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Foxhole's pre-season training continues every Tuesday at their home ground from around 6pm. As well as their East Cornwall Premier League side, the club has reformed its reserve team after a season out of the Duchy League. Both teams welcome new playing members so anybody interested in joining please contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy, the club via twitter @foxholestars or me at darinmorse@msn.com or on 07881738008The club is also looking for pre-season friendlies, preferably midweek and away. They also require an assistant referee / linesperson for their first team on match days (Saturday afternoons and occasionally midweek). Previous experience is not essential as full training will be arranged and expenses will be paid.

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On 05/06/2021 at 19:57, Darin Morse said:

Foxhole's pre-season training continues every Tuesday at their home ground from around 6pm. As well as their East Cornwall Premier League side, the club has reformed its reserve team after a season out of the Duchy League. Both teams welcome new playing members so anybody interested in joining please contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy, the club via twitter @foxholestars or me at darinmorse@msn.com or on 07881738008The club is also looking for pre-season friendlies, preferably midweek and away. They also require an assistant referee / linesperson for their first team on match days (Saturday afternoons and occasionally midweek). Previous experience is not essential as full training will be arranged and expenses will be paid.

Who is second team manager for this season? 

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On 06/06/2021 at 08:33, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Only 40 years Keith!  I packed up playing nearly 40 years ago so 50 years younger would do for me. Mind, I'd probably be booked or sent off in the warm up the way football is played now...lol.

Those were the days older sir. Get away with most things then, even throw the odd punch. You'd get it back though. The refs saw it all as part of the game then I think 🙂.

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Foxhole training continues this Tuesday at the ground from around 6pm, and will be led by ex professional John Hodge. Any interested new players can contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy, the club @foxholestars or me at darinmorse@msn.com or on 07881738008

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Foxhole training continues this Tuesday 6th July at the ground from around 6pm, and will again be led by ex professional John Hodge. Any interested new players can contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy, the club @foxholestars or me at darinmorse@msn.com or on 07881738008

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Foxhole reserves are looking for an AWAY midweek friendly this coming week and the following week (ideally both). Duchy/Trelawny/ECPL sides only please. We are happy to split ref costs if anyone can host us. Please contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com or the club @foxholestars.

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Foxhole AFC training continues this Tuesday 13th July at the ground from around 6pm. Any interested new players can contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy, the club @foxholestars or me at darinmorse@msn.com or on 07881738008.  Foxhole AFC also require an assistant referee / linesperson for their first team on match days (Saturday afternoons and occasionally midweek). Previous experience is not essential as full training will be arranged and expenses will be paid.

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Saturday 17th July

Foxhole v Saltash Borough (2.30pm).

Foxhole are looking for opposition for a home friendly on Saturday 31st July (2.30pm), for which a referee has already been appointed. Please contact secretary Dave Bunt at foxholedave@sky.com or 07980520046, first team manager Roy Boardman @boardman_roy  or the club @foxholestars.

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Saturday 17th July 2021

Foxhole 3 (Cheshire 13, Bould 67, Whetter 76) Saltash Borough 4 (Bunning 31, 44, 69, Morcom 83)

New-look Foxhole were denied the draw their effort warranted only by a screamer from Morcom, his shot swerving past excellent debutant keeper Heaton. It was tough on the spirited Foxes, who were always in the game in the draining Goverseth heat against combative opponents determined to retain the ball. Borough, who were to strike the bar three times in the first half, found themselves behind when Cheshire's fierce drive flashed past the impressive Greensides, before Bunning twice netted ruthlessly from close range. The home team grew in confidence after the break and deservedly levelled when Bould took advantage of poor defending, but parity remained for just moments as Bunning completed his hat-trick with an unstoppable shot from twelve yards. Whetter then nodded home from a yard after Greensides could only parry away Bould's fine header, before Morcom's late winner.

Well played the super Foxes. Well done and good luck to Borough. Many thanks to referee Alan Howells.

Foxhole (4-3-3): Jack Heaton; Ryan Wilkins, Tom Boardman, Seth Couch, Angel Coates; Levi Kerrigan, Jake Couch, Aaron Beresford; Benno Bould, Jack Boardman, Tyler Cheshire. Subs: Lee Whetter, Martin Probert, Tom Boardman.

Saltash Borough: Alistair Greensides, Sonny Casson, Josh Angel-Craven, Henry Bunning, George Duff, Sam Morcom, Steve Olver, George Soper, Michael Morrish, Rhys Rollitt, Scott Waterfall, Ryan Winfield. Sub: Dan Woodley.

 

 

 

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Wednesday 21st July 2021

Wadebridge 4 (Lloyd 2, 23, Flew 11, 50) Foxhole 0

Much changed Foxhole were made to pay for a sluggish start but they can find comfort in a much improved display in the final hour. Unfortunately by then Wadebridge were already three up, Lloyd having opened the scoring inside ninety seconds by latching on to Wickins' through ball to race clear of a conspicuously absent defence. Flew soon doubled the lead when he smashed home a loose ball before Lloyd tapped in from a yard Ellacott's low centre. While the Foxes were rarely to trouble a home defence well-marshalled by Strike and Crowe, they at least managed to become more combative and Lloyd's second goal early in the second half was one of the few occasions after the initial fireworks when May was left exposed. A consolation goal would have been just deserts for a spirited display but Rosevear was equal to Rickard's fierce drive.

Well played the super Foxes. Well played and good luck to Wadebridge. Many thanks to Kevin Hoare, Bob Steggles and Sam Doble.

Foxhole (4-4-2): Stewart May; Josh Andrews, Tom Boardman, Angel Coates, Lee Whetter; Levi Kerrigan, Harry Boardman, Jowan Dingle, Oliver Deadman; Martin Probert, Jack Boardman. Subs: Ryan Hayhurst, Lee Rickard, Ryan Wilkins.

Wadebridge (4-4-2): Rob Rosevear; Harry Hambly, Callum Bertrand, Tom Crowe, Tom Strike; Fin Ellacott, Jacob Smale, Sam Wickins, Ross Beare; Matt Lloyd, Kyle Flew. Subs: Sam Brown, Dan Reeve, Kieran Rowe.

 

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Saturday 24th July 2021

Launceston reserves 5 (Pislaru 4, Cardiff 31, 57, Harris 64, Aldridge 89) Foxhole 4 (Bould 15, 62, 81, Cheshire 72)

Foxhole more than matched their St Piran hosts in this entertaining encounter and can again feel frustrated their endeavour did not result in at least a share of the spoils. After retaining the ball for practically all of the opening four minutes, a misplaced pass was ruthlessly exploited by the lively Pislaru, his twenty-five yard drive flashing past Heaton. The sometimes ponderous home defending made it clear that young Boundy was unlikely to enjoy a trouble-free day out in the Pennygillam sun, and, after squandering a couple of chances, Bould levelled with a confident finish. Unfortunately the Foxes were soon hindered by the worrying withdrawal of both Jack Boardman and Andrews, to the extent that Launceston at last began to exert some control, and substitute Cardiff's close-range finish from Johnson's centre had been coming.

The second half saw Cheshire move to his favoured position at outside-left, and the pace of him and fellow winger Dingle fully occupied the home fullbacks who, unlike their counterparts Wilkins and Tom Boardman, were rarely able to venture forward to offer support. A brilliant cross on the run by Cheshire was met forcibly by Bould, but Boundy somehow kept out the bullet header; within seconds Cardiff had made it 3-1, nodding in Pislaru's corner, firmly against the run of play. A superb dribble and centre from the impressive Dingle saw Bould plant a fine header beyond Boundy, only for another errant pass to allow Harris to find the net from distance, matching the uncanny accuracy of Pislaru's earlier score. Finding themselves two behind was tough on the visitors but their patient approach was rewarded when Coates found Cheshire to ram home from a tight angle before Bould completed his hat-trick, volleying high into the net following a corner. Moments after Boundy had denied Dingle a goal his dazzling sprint deserved, a quickly taken free-kick right at the death saw Hinks cross for Aldridge to snatch the winner.

Well played the super Foxes. Good luck and well done to Launceston. Many thanks to Dave Green.

Foxhole (4-4-2): Jack Heaton; Ryan Wilkins, Tom Boardman, Angel Coates, Seth Couch; Harry Boardman, Josh Andrews, Levi Kerrigan, Jack Boardman; Jowan Dingle, Benno Bould. Subs: Tyler Cheshire, Jake Couch, Martin Probert.

Launceston (4-4-2): Dylan Boundy; Josh Ravenscroft, Shaun Ellis, Adam Brimacombe, Matt Stainer; Mark Wilson, Ben Johnson, Carl Aldridge, Gareth Jones; Marius Pislaru, Mark Elvidge. Subs: Shae Cardiff, Nathan Slater, Josh Harris, Adam Hinks.

Next games:

Wed 4th Aug Foxhole reserves v St Austell reserves (c.6.30pm)

Sat 7th Aug Looe v Foxhole (ECPL) (2.30pm)

 

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