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3rd Round

20/11/21 14:00

Dobwalls Reserves                2-1           AFC Bodmin

Falmouth United                    2-4            St Just

Foxhole Stars Reserves        4-0             Praze-An-Beeble

Illogan RBL Res                  v              St Breward (next week - 27th)

Lanivet Inn                              4-0              Camborne School Of Mines

Mevagissey                            3-3            Wendron United 4ths (Wendron win on penalties)

Morwenstow Reserves           v              St Cleer Reserves (next week  - 27th)

Nanpean Rovers                     6-0                Biscovey              

North Petherwin                      5-2            Boscastle

Penzance     6-4            Polperro Reserves (after extra time)

Probus                                  1-2        St Columb Major (aet)

Redruth United Reserves      2-0             St Ives Town

Rosudgeon Reserves           8-2             Lizard Argyle Reserves

Stithians                                 1-3             Gorran

Threemilestone                      5-2             Dropship

Tregrehan Mills                     1-0              Perranporth Reserves

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On 29/10/2021 at 16:35, Dave Deacon said:

3rd Round

20/11/21 14:00

Biscovey                                 v              Nanpean Rovers

Dobwalls Reserves                 v              AFC Bodmin

Falmouth United                     v              St Just

Foxhole Stars Reserves         v              Praze-An-Beeble

Illogan RBL Res/Constantine v              St Breward

Lanivet Inn                              v              Camborne School Of Mines

Mevagissey                            v              Wendron United 4ths

Morwenstow Reserves           v              St Cleer Reserves

North Petherwin                      v              Boscastle

Penzance/Newlyn Non Ath     v              Polperro Reserves

Probus                                    v              St Columb Major

Redruth United Reserves       v              Ludgvan v St Ives Town

Rosudgeon Reserves             v              Lizard Argyle Reserves

Stithians                                 v              Gorran

Threemilestone                      v              Dropship

Tregrehan Mills                      v              Perranporth Reserves

Tregrehan mills and biscovey at home at the same time? Don’t they use the same pitch ?

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Falmouth United 2-4 St Just (HT 0-1)

Nothing quite like travelling to watch a cup game. Made the journey to Falmouth United's rented pitch at Penryn College 3G, with the home side appearing to have been warming up since 10.30am with their new bibs, coaching whiteboard and plethora of footballs.

St Just started slow and Falmouth played nice football out from the back at every occasion, but never really threatened the St Just goal. Inside 20 minutes, a high, late two footed tackle from a Falmouth player encouraged a kick out from the St Just defender. Sensibly, the ref displayed two yellow cards. Arguably it was the last sensible decision in regards to dishing out cards. 

St Just missed several good chances, but Falmouth dominated possession. With 5 minutes left of the first half, Neil Curnow burst forward from full back and unleashed a strike from 25 yards out that found the far corner.

Second half, Falmouth scored 5 minutes in and it's no more than they deserved after their first half display. However it didn't stay 1-1 for long, with substitute Ash Ellis soon restoring St Just's lead, then producing a superb peace of skill to put it on a plate for Scott Meags to make it 3-1.

At 3-1, a St Just player broke forward in to the box and after recieveing contact from a Falmouth defender, went down. The referee blew up, with all of us in attendance expecting a St Just penalty. However to everyones bemusement, a second yellow card was issued for diving and St Just were down to 10.

Ash put the game to bed with 15 mins left with a 30 yard strike catching out the keeper. The referee then went on to book more players for simulation or little niggles, despite there not being a single bad foul. St Just received a second red card later on for an adjudged elbow in an aerial dual, with Falmouth then going down to 10 late on with one of their players having a paddy and calling St Just players wankers. A last minute goal for Falmouth softened the score line, which you can't say they didn't deserve.

After the game, it was nice to see the Falmouth United manager congratulate St Just, by walking on to the pitch and verbally abusing players, managers and those in attendance. The same manager that complained to the referee at half time about the bad language on display. A shame, as the Falmouth players conducted themselves well. 

In a game with the worst tackle receiving a yellow card, to say the game ended with 3 reds and 6 yellows is completely bizzare and not a fair representation of the game with both sides competing well. 

Falmouth a very good footballing side and would easily hold their own in Trelawny Prem.

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1 hour ago, 1ofthekids said:

Falmouth United 2-4 St Just (HT 0-1)

Nothing quite like travelling to watch a cup game. Made the journey to Falmouth United's rented pitch at Penryn College 3G, with the home side appearing to have been warming up since 10.30am with their new bibs, coaching whiteboard and plethora of footballs.

St Just started slow and Falmouth played nice football out from the back at every occasion, but never really threatened the St Just goal. Inside 20 minutes, a high, late two footed tackle from a Falmouth player encouraged a kick out from the St Just defender. Sensibly, the ref displayed two yellow cards. Arguably it was the last sensible decision in regards to dishing out cards. 

St Just missed several good chances, but Falmouth dominated possession. With 5 minutes left of the first half, Neil Curnow burst forward from full back and unleashed a strike from 25 yards out that found the far corner.

Second half, Falmouth scored 5 minutes in and it's no more than they deserved after their first half display. However it didn't stay 1-1 for long, with substitute Ash Ellis soon restoring St Just's lead, then producing a superb peace of skill to put it on a plate for Scott Meags to make it 3-1.

At 3-1, a St Just player broke forward in to the box and after recieveing contact from a Falmouth defender, went down. The referee blew up, with all of us in attendance expecting a St Just penalty. However to everyones bemusement, a second yellow card was issued for diving and St Just were down to 10.

Ash put the game to bed with 15 mins left with a 30 yard strike catching out the keeper. The referee then went on to book more players for simulation or little niggles, despite there not being a single bad foul. St Just received a second red card later on for an adjudged elbow in an aerial dual, with Falmouth then going down to 10 late on with one of their players having a paddy and calling St Just players wankers. A last minute goal for Falmouth softened the score line, which you can't say they didn't deserve.

After the game, it was nice to see the Falmouth United manager congratulate St Just, by walking on to the pitch and verbally abusing players, managers and those in attendance. The same manager that complained to the referee at half time about the bad language on display. A shame, as the Falmouth players conducted themselves well. 

In a game with the worst tackle receiving a yellow card, to say the game ended with 3 reds and 6 yellows is completely bizzare and not a fair representation of the game with both sides competing well. 

Falmouth a very good footballing side and would easily hold their own in Trelawny Prem.

What a very one sided outlook of the game littered with little snide digs lol. Falmouth played well poss deserves something from the game but it’s all about goals.

Sholuld have been a pen I agree, blatant elbow which you can’t argue against st just team and crowd conducted themselves as most teams expect them too lol, what lovely people 😂.

we ll move on as will they, despite everything good luck in next round 👍

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Probus 1 (Ben Emmett) St Columb Major 2 AET

Junior Cup
 

We always knew that we were going to be in for a tough game against a team 3 leagues higher than us, and so it proved! Having spoken to a few people who had played St Columb in the Duchy League I could tell that it was going to be a physical game.

Most of the action came in the first hall. SCM took the lead when a free kick was awarded to them on their left. The number 8 took an excellent free kick and their captain, Dan Ball, headed home unopposed 6 yards out - there were 2 other visiting players free at the back post, so not sure where our marking went at that point! We equalised after 17 minutes when a poor Luke Gaye corner somehow found it's way to Ben Emmett at the back post and he stabbed home from close range. After 30 minutes the SCM keeper saved down low from a Jamie Bilkey shot, but 5 minutes later the SCM number 10 headed wide from 10 yards when unchallenged. Towards the end of the half SCM started to get control of the game after we felt we had the better of the first 30 minutes. Their balls from back to from to their stock number 10 was getting them up the pitch quicker, but we defended well. 1-1 halftime.

The second half was fairly even with a similar pattern of play to the first and I can only recall 2 chances. SCM's captain had a header superbly cleared off the line by Harvey Smith with his head and at the other end Jack Truscott skinned their fullback (who other than that was excellent) and ran 50 yards, where the keeper saved his shot from a tight angle. 1-1 at full time.

There wasn't anything of note really in extra-time other than the SCM winner. A corner 6 minutes before the end wasn't cleared and the defensive line moved out but one player was left in and he played onside the SCM player who received a pass and slotted the ball home past Sam Jones in the home goal. We tried to push forward but SCM ran the clock down well and we didn't really create anything in the time that was left to play.

Overall, we felt as though we deserved to take the game to penalties, as we had the better of the chances in the game, with their keeper busier than ours. SCM were very physical and it was a good learning experience for our young team, who more than held their own. I don’t think anyone watching would have known which team was 3 leagues higher but ultimately St Columb will be in the draw for the next round. This was our first defeat of the season, but the team can be proud of how well they competed and we more than held our own against physically bigger and stronger players.

Thank you to the referee (the first official ref we have had in what seems like ages!) Darren Gilbert.

Big league match for us next week away at unbeaten Carharrack, hopefully the pitch will have recovered by then if we get some decent weather this week.

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4 hours ago, cornishteddyboy said:

Gone into extra time between Penzance and Polperro. Pz equalise in third minute of injury time to make it 2-2. 

Crowd very vocal, veryy sorry as ref is getting stick from people. Polperro been on top for most of the game

The referee should not have been getting ‘stick’ from anyone. He did an excellent job, and it was a very good game, especially from the sixty minute mark onward. This match was a great advert for junior football in Cornwall, regardless of which team you follow.

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3 hours ago, cornishteddyboy said:

Final score at Penlee Park 

Penzance Reserves 3-3 Polperro Reserves 

(aet) 3-4 penalties 

Attendance 49 (very vocal followers of local no holds barred football). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did senior head Mark Strick take a penalty for Penzance? 

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15 hours ago, 1ofthekids said:

Falmouth United 2-4 St Just (HT 0-1)

Nothing quite like travelling to watch a cup game. Made the journey to Falmouth United's rented pitch at Penryn College 3G, with the home side appearing to have been warming up since 10.30am with their new bibs, coaching whiteboard and plethora of footballs.

St Just started slow and Falmouth played nice football out from the back at every occasion, but never really threatened the St Just goal. Inside 20 minutes, a high, late two footed tackle from a Falmouth player encouraged a kick out from the St Just defender. Sensibly, the ref displayed two yellow cards. Arguably it was the last sensible decision in regards to dishing out cards. 

St Just missed several good chances, but Falmouth dominated possession. With 5 minutes left of the first half, Neil Curnow burst forward from full back and unleashed a strike from 25 yards out that found the far corner.

Second half, Falmouth scored 5 minutes in and it's no more than they deserved after their first half display. However it didn't stay 1-1 for long, with substitute Ash Ellis soon restoring St Just's lead, then producing a superb peace of skill to put it on a plate for Scott Meags to make it 3-1.

At 3-1, a St Just player broke forward in to the box and after recieveing contact from a Falmouth defender, went down. The referee blew up, with all of us in attendance expecting a St Just penalty. However to everyones bemusement, a second yellow card was issued for diving and St Just were down to 10.

Ash put the game to bed with 15 mins left with a 30 yard strike catching out the keeper. The referee then went on to book more players for simulation or little niggles, despite there not being a single bad foul. St Just received a second red card later on for an adjudged elbow in an aerial dual, with Falmouth then going down to 10 late on with one of their players having a paddy and calling St Just players wankers. A last minute goal for Falmouth softened the score line, which you can't say they didn't deserve.

After the game, it was nice to see the Falmouth United manager congratulate St Just, by walking on to the pitch and verbally abusing players, managers and those in attendance. The same manager that complained to the referee at half time about the bad language on display. A shame, as the Falmouth players conducted themselves well. 

In a game with the worst tackle receiving a yellow card, to say the game ended with 3 reds and 6 yellows is completely bizzare and not a fair representation of the game with both sides competing well. 

Falmouth a very good footballing side and would easily hold their own in Trelawny Prem.

After years away from the game it was great to get up and watch what looked like a very even game which quite frankly you wouldn’t know the teams where 2 leagues apart!

although Falmouth deserved more from the game silly decisions from the ref didn’t help either team. One thing I would suggest is maybe hiring a private tutor to help T-Jay with his speech impediment must be embarrassing rocking up every week having 5 years and younger being able to Pronounce words clearer than that Chromosome dodger.

maybe if you ask nicely you might be able to borrow Falmouth’s white board he had such an Obsession with, nothing to difficult to start with possibly ball, cat, dog that kind of thing 😅

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11 hours ago, Roche Raider said:

Wow. If that report above is true and accurate re Falmouth United then heads must hang in shame.

 

Disgraceful and needs rooting out.

Before you read a completely biased one sided match report and judge you should really hear both sides 👍. St just can’t complain about any cards or sending off ( apart from the red for the dive which was a pen ). Looked into the gesture the Falmouth lad did and it is indeed a red by law so fair play ref even if seems harsh. The elbow was exactly that and the torrent of abuse the player gave the ref afterwards should lead to a longer ban by law. Tempers flared at full time and that was regrettable agreed, elbow aside there was nt anything nasty at all. The most disgusting point of the day which will be reported to the FA was the shouting comment made by the injured st just player repeatedly at the end which I’m not going to go into on here, that’s something for st just to contact Falmouth about. 3 16 year olds played 80 mins yesterday and arguably looked the best players on the pitch so Falmouth youth setup is doing something right.

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1 hour ago, Mullac Pink Boots said:

After years away from the game it was great to get up and watch what looked like a very even game which quite frankly you wouldn’t know the teams where 2 leagues apart!

although Falmouth deserved more from the game silly decisions from the ref didn’t help either team. One thing I would suggest is maybe hiring a private tutor to help T-Jay with his speech impediment must be embarrassing rocking up every week having 5 years and younger being able to Pronounce words clearer than that Chromosome dodger.

maybe if you ask nicely you might be able to borrow Falmouth’s white board he had such an Obsession with, nothing to difficult to start with possibly ball, cat, dog that kind of thing 😅

Jeez, grassroots football and in the aftermath we're resorting to cheap shots and derogatory insults.

 

Have a word 

 

 

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As a neutral, and someone who’s just started watching Cornish football i was pleasantly surprised. foxhole v Praze, I have to say what a cracking game of football. 2 quality sides playing some lovely football. Too be honest, the 4-0 result flattered foxhole however their class showed through. 
 

The best part for me was seeing Praze’s support. Around 50 of them came up on the coach, and were vocal throughout the whole game. Don’t see that much nowadays, and from such a small village it’s great to see. 

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I made the journey down on the train to watch this match Although I'm signed on for Falmouth I class myself a neutral.

There was some very good football played from both sides. With Neil curnow scoring a excellent goal and I thought played very well.

Ashley Ellis came on and you could see the the difference for st just going forward he knew where the goal was.

I dnt know many of the names for Falmouth but Morgan Blackwell at the back for Falmouth who I hear is only 16 made some great challenges. 

Not sure what was said at the end towards players and managers as i didn't hear. 

But I did hear the ridiculous remark from a st just player which was embarrassing to hear,  I know his name but I won't say what was said or name them.

Personally tho I didn't think it was that bad yesterday,  iv certainly seen worse in my 20 odd years playing . Just 2 teams who both wanted to win .

 

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2 hours ago, Lifeintheolddog said:

Before you read a completely biased one sided match report and judge you should really hear both sides 👍. St just can’t complain about any cards or sending off ( apart from the red for the dive which was a pen ). Looked into the gesture the Falmouth lad did and it is indeed a red by law so fair play ref even if seems harsh. The elbow was exactly that and the torrent of abuse the player gave the ref afterwards should lead to a longer ban by law. Tempers flared at full time and that was regrettable agreed, elbow aside there was nt anything nasty at all. The most disgusting point of the day which will be reported to the FA was the shouting comment made by the injured st just player repeatedly at the end which I’m not going to go into on here, that’s something for st just to contact Falmouth about. 3 16 year olds played 80 mins yesterday and arguably looked the best players on the pitch so Falmouth youth setup is doing something right.

Couldn't agree more regarding the Falmouth set up - the best player on the pitch was the young number 10 who caused the St Just midfield/defence no end of problems with his positioning and movement. Bright future ahead.

Tempers always flair in a game where both sides want to win, but it was a great 90 minutes to watch as constantly end to end. Feel St Just had the better chances to win the game, but Falmouth can certainly hold their heads high as their football at times was superb. 

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4 hours ago, 1ofthekids said:

Couldn't agree more regarding the Falmouth set up - the best player on the pitch was the young number 10 who caused the St Just midfield/defence no end of problems with his positioning and movement. Bright future ahead.

Tempers always flair in a game where both sides want to win, but it was a great 90 minutes to watch as constantly end to end. Feel St Just had the better chances to win the game, but Falmouth can certainly hold their heads high as their football at times was superb. 

That's gotta be up there with the most lenient of views on bad sportsmanship/ foul & abusive behaviour but I'll accept mindsets get a bit foggy when you're heated. 

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On 20/11/2021 at 17:54, Lifeintheolddog said:

What a very one sided outlook of the game littered with little snide digs lol. Falmouth played well poss deserves something from the game but it’s all about goals.

Sholuld have been a pen I agree, blatant elbow which you can’t argue against st just team and crowd conducted themselves as most teams expect them too lol, what lovely people 😂.

we ll move on as will they, despite everything good luck in next round 👍

Lovely people indeed ! Could have been even lovelier, but alas, I wasn't there. Sounds like you have a delightful bunch of young people being set a questionable managerial example ! Tut, tut. That would never be allowed at St Just. Good luck in the league: sounds like you will get promoted. Penzance at home in the next round would be lovely, especially for them.

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On 20/11/2021 at 16:44, 1ofthekids said:

Falmouth United 2-4 St Just (HT 0-1)

Nothing quite like travelling to watch a cup game. Made the journey to Falmouth United's rented pitch at Penryn College 3G, with the home side appearing to have been warming up since 10.30am with their new bibs, coaching whiteboard and plethora of footballs.

St Just started slow and Falmouth played nice football out from the back at every occasion, but never really threatened the St Just goal. Inside 20 minutes, a high, late two footed tackle from a Falmouth player encouraged a kick out from the St Just defender. Sensibly, the ref displayed two yellow cards. Arguably it was the last sensible decision in regards to dishing out cards. 

St Just missed several good chances, but Falmouth dominated possession. With 5 minutes left of the first half, Neil Curnow burst forward from full back and unleashed a strike from 25 yards out that found the far corner.

Second half, Falmouth scored 5 minutes in and it's no more than they deserved after their first half display. However it didn't stay 1-1 for long, with substitute Ash Ellis soon restoring St Just's lead, then producing a superb peace of skill to put it on a plate for Scott Meags to make it 3-1.

At 3-1, a St Just player broke forward in to the box and after recieveing contact from a Falmouth defender, went down. The referee blew up, with all of us in attendance expecting a St Just penalty. However to everyones bemusement, a second yellow card was issued for diving and St Just were down to 10.

Ash put the game to bed with 15 mins left with a 30 yard strike catching out the keeper. The referee then went on to book more players for simulation or little niggles, despite there not being a single bad foul. St Just received a second red card later on for an adjudged elbow in an aerial dual, with Falmouth then going down to 10 late on with one of their players having a paddy and calling St Just players wankers. A last minute goal for Falmouth softened the score line, which you can't say they didn't deserve.

After the game, it was nice to see the Falmouth United manager congratulate St Just, by walking on to the pitch and verbally abusing players, managers and those in attendance. The same manager that complained to the referee at half time about the bad language on display. A shame, as the Falmouth players conducted themselves well. 

In a game with the worst tackle receiving a yellow card, to say the game ended with 3 reds and 6 yellows is completely bizzare and not a fair representation of the game with both sides competing well. 

Falmouth a very good footballing side and would easily hold their own in Trelawny Prem.

Ash Ellis - great player. Who got red carded for St Just then ?

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Its really sad to see that a completely defenceless whiteboard getting hammered on here.  Whiteboards win games. St Just should consider investing in one! Might teach them how to occasionally pass!  Was a good game but the player shouting insults beyond abuse should be dragged across the coals! Possible solicitors involved from what I hear! 

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13 hours ago, Market on the Moor said:

Its really sad to see that a completely defenceless whiteboard getting hammered on here.  Whiteboards win games. St Just should consider investing in one! Might teach them how to occasionally pass!  Was a good game but the player shouting insults beyond abuse should be dragged across the coals! Possible solicitors involved from what I hear! 

Interesting - who was doing the shouting ? 

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14 hours ago, Market on the Moor said:

Its really sad to see that a completely defenceless whiteboard getting hammered on here.  Whiteboards win games. St Just should consider investing in one! Might teach them how to occasionally pass!  Was a good game but the player shouting insults beyond abuse should be dragged across the coals! Possible solicitors involved from what I hear! 

The only change from this will be less referees. There's far too many who brush this toxicity on a pitch off as 'banter'. It's not acceptable, and those defending it purely based on the team jersey they're wearing need a long hard look at themselves. 

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