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RESULTS - 8TH OCTOBER, 2022


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East Division

Saltash Borough 5-2 St. Mawgan

CORNWALL FA INTERMEDIATE CUP - ROUND 2

All matches kick-off at 2.00pm; St. Piran League sides shown in bold print and Combination and East Cornwall League sides shown in italics

Foxhole Stars 3-1 St. Day

Hayle 6-2 Altarnun

Illogan RBL 7-0 Roche

Looe Town 3-2 Kilkhampton

Mullion 1-4 Pendeen Rovers

Nanpean Rovers 1-0 Millbrook

Penryn Athletic 0-6 St. Just

Polperro 4-3 Porthleven

Praze 3-2 Torpoint Athletic

Redruth United 3-1 Helston Athletic

St. Columb Major 4-4 Saltash United (aet, 3-3 at 90 mins. Saltash win 5-4 on pens)

St. Dominick 5-1 Mousehole Development

St. Newlyn East H/W  Morwenstow

Sticker 2-0 Gunnislake

Truro City 3-1 Perranwell

Tuesday 11 October

Liskeard Ath Res 3-0 St Minver

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Illogan RBL 7, Roche 0

You'd expect an easy win for Illogan against lower level opposition and Roche, with a few decent players, conceded 4 up the slope: Hampton (11), Oliver (30), Knuckey (33 and 34!) - thanks to David James for providing all the names, by the way, though he was the bearer of sad tidings about Perranporth. My sympathies go out to Glen Mather who has been a club stalwart for as long as I've known him which is knocking on 50 years.

Illogan had to work harder up the slope in the second half but Condy (54 and 68) and Adams (86) rounded off the scoring.

The boredom of the one-way traffic was alleviated by the yummy-mummy and granny sitting in the stand, related to one of the Roche players and the half-time penalty practice by what must have been some of Illogan's young girls' side who had charmingly acted as the mascots to the Illogan team as they came out for the game.

Hot choc £1: about 70 in the ground on a lovely sunny afternoon.

Illogan might have reached double figures but for the fine saves made by their 'keeper. Their No 17 had skills beyond this level of football. Home by 4 - ideal!

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Saturday 8th October 2022

Foxhole 3 (Beresford 8, Rowe pen 44, Jowan Dingle 90) St Day 1 (Hart 71)

Magnificent Foxhole stunned their high-flying St Piran opponents with a scintillating display. The victory really should have been even more emphatic, as they somehow squandered four second-half one-on-ones, their finishing in stark contrast to their incisive approach play. Beresford opened the scoring, drilling a daisy-cutter low to the right of Parker-Billinge, prompting the visitors to briefly enjoy their best spell of the game. However, despite some dangerous looking crosses, May was never unduly threatened, his defence offering steadfast protection, while the Foxes always looked capable of adding to their tally. The second duly arrived on the stroke of half-time, albeit with a contentious penalty awarded for a trip on Rowe, who blasted home straight down the middle. Rowe's mishit effort then struck the woodwork before it appeared they would rue their profligacy when Hart headed in Sleeman's inviting centre, but it would have been extremely harsh on the dominant Foxes if a header from Williams, by now donning the gloves but up for a corner, had found the net instead of bouncing off a post into the grateful arms of May. At the death, Dingle burst clear to secure a famous win. 

Foxhole (4-3-3): Stewart May; Brodie Mitchell, Luke Damerell, Angel Coates, Lee Rickard; Aidan Dingle, Jake Couch, Aaron Beresford; Tim Peers, Courtney Rowe, Benno Bould. Subs: Jowan Dingle, Levi Kerrigan, Carl Rickard, Oliver Deadman.

Well played the super Foxes. Good luck to St Day. Many thanks to Alan Howells and the visiting lino.

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Home win for Hayle 6- 2 approx 55 watching on a glorious sunny afternoon  , pitch was looking good ,  Altarnum were the better team in the first half , Hayle turned it around in the second,  with young Kieron Rennard coming on , second touch a screamer into the top corner , to young sides playing some good football  at times great partisan home crowd . Well done today .

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FOXHOLE   (2)  3               Beresford 10’   Rowe 44’(P)   Dingle 90+4’

ST.DAY   (0)  1                    Hart 72’

ATT  70

 

Enjoyable cup tie today at Goverseth, beautiful 21c weather and a decent looking playing surface, with two evenly matched teams producing plenty of action. Nice to see Darren and Adie, both still working hard for their clubs and two of the fairest club linesmen you’re ever likely to see in one game! Adie even took a bit of stick from his own defence 2nd half for not putting his flag up but he was spot on and having none of it!! 👏🏼 Thought the ref Mr  Alan Howells had a good solid game, taking no back chat and talking to the players by name, explaining his decisions, looked the part as well, like a mini Collina, couldn’t help but like him. 👍👏🏼
 

The match sparked into life in the 10th minute with a great strike by Aaron “doodles” Beresford from the edge of the area clipping a post on the way in. It was fairly even and end to end without too many chances of note with home defenders Lee Rickard and Angel Coates and away defence of Luke Hart and Justin Miles snuffing out almost everything thrown at them with good positional play and defending. Hart headed into the side netting from a left sided free kick to the far post in the 27th minute before the hosts doubled their lead with a softish looking foul on Courtney Rowe was adjudged a penalty and Rowe smashed his penalty down the middle right on half time. 
 

9 minutes into the 2nd half great work down the right by Tim Peers saw him pick out a perfect pass to Rowe at the far post 8 yards from goal but he could  only find the outside of the post. On the hour mark Benno Bould raced clear but Steve Parker-Billinge made himself big to save before the visitors had the ball in the net on 65’ disallowed for offside against Martin Sleeman with no real arguments. Sub Jowan Dingle looking lively as soon as he was introduced sprang the offside trap but Parker-Billenge repeated the trick again saving one on one. The Saints gave themselves a lifeline when big centre half Hart showed the predatory instincts of his dad Adie a regular goalscorer in his prime nipping in at the near post to finish well with 20 odd minutes left on the clock.

The last 15 minutes was proper cup tie action as the limping overworked Parker-Billinge had to replaced in goal by outfield player Ben Williams and a minute later a dangerous ball in from the right saw a Foxes defender head against the underside of his own crossbar for a lucky escape! The mercurial Bould broke clear again after a sublime touch out of the air but shot well over the bar under pressure from the defender. Watched Benno a good few times now and got to say one minute he looks like a world beater and the next minute like a panel beater!! 😀👍 2 minutes into time added on the visitors swung in a corner and sub keeper Williams up leaving his goal empty produced a superb header that looked in all the way but crashed off the inside of the post for Foxhole to frantically clear their lines and two minutes later it was game over as the impressive Dingle ran clear from the halfway line with just the exposed Williams the only player left back in his own half to beat. With two players square to his left in front of goal Dingle decided to take the chance himself and side foot the ball inside the near post to clinch a place in Wednesdays hat, a draw you can see live on the Cornwall FA Facebook channel at 4.30pm if you wish!?  On this form I think they would be a good team to avoid after knocking out their higher league opponents today and deservedly so over the 90 minutes I thought although both teams made it a real good and entertaining cup tie to watch I thought. 
 

The league is probably the priority for the St.Day team and management this season with the league restructuring coming up at the end of the season but as far as this cup goes don’t write this Foxhole side off, the East Cornwall Premier league team capable of going all the way I would have thought after this performance. An entertaining afternoons football 👍👏🏼

 
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Hayle 6, Altarnun 2

Well I thought at half-time that there were going to be more goals in this West v East cup game but I never expected Hayle to turn it around quite so well as they did!

The first half was relatively even, but the hosts did go in 2-1 down! Altarnun went in front through Shae Cardiff after the Hayle ‘keeper had made a great reflex save to block the first effort on goal, but the visitors’ striker made no mistake when the rebound came back to him. Hayle responded in the best way possible by getting a quick equaliser through Cameron Irish but never allowed for Cardiff snatching a second with a shot from distance!

I thought it was a game where Cardiff looked a good bet to complete his hat-trick but for some reason was on the subs bench come the restart!

By the time he came back on it was too late as Hayle had turned the game right around! It was one of Hayle’s subs, Kieran Rennard, who levelled the match with an excellent effort and then two penalties within 3 minutes of each other completely turned the match Hayle’s way. Joe Carlyon scored both, although I have to say I’ve seen more convincing spot kicks!

4-2 down, the second-placed (at the start of day) SPL East Division side never looked capable of picking themselves up enough to change the eventual outcome and in fact conceded two more late on when Aaron Hicks and Alfie Turner got on the scoresheet with a goal apiece for the home side.

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to RESULTS - 8TH OCTOBER, 2022
3 hours ago, Tom Trust said:

Illogan RBL 7, Roche 0

You'd expect an easy win for Illogan against lower level opposition and Roche, with a few decent players, conceded 4 up the slope: Hampton (11), Oliver (30), Knuckey (33 and 34!) - thanks to David James for providing all the names, by the way, though he was the bearer of sad tidings about Perranporth. My sympathies go out to Glen Mather who has been a club stalwart for as long as I've known him which is knocking on 50 years.

Illogan had to work harder up the slope in the second half but Condy (54 and 68) and Adams (86) rounded off the scoring.

The boredom of the one-way traffic was alleviated by the yummy-mummy and granny sitting in the stand, related to one of the Roche players and the half-time penalty practice by what must have been some of Illogan's young girls' side who had charmingly acted as the mascots to the Illogan team as they came out for the game.

Hot choc £1: about 70 in the ground on a lovely sunny afternoon.

Illogan might have reached double figures but for the fine saves made by their 'keeper. Their No 17 had skills beyond this level of football. Home by 4 - ideal!

Fair report, we took a depleted squad down bur no excuses we were beaten by the better team. I'm sure the ladies will be delighted they alleviated the boredom! Our keeper was stand-in James Hunkin playing his first game for 6 months and our 17 was  16 year old Sam Eccleston playing his first season in Senior football. Best of luck to Illogan in the next round. 

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St Dominick 5-1 Mousehole

A repeat of a cup fixture last year in which mousehole got the better of st Dom, they travelled east to lovells park and bumped into a st Dom team in fine form and out for revenge.

The scoring opened after a fast paced start from both teams, Kieran Prescott drove into the box and was fouled, he then stepped up to slot home the penalty. Mousehole slightly taken back by the fast start by the home side quickly found themselves 2 behind when a corner wasn’t cleared properly and Alex Jacob set the ball back for Prescott to rifle in his second. 
 

Mousehole continued to try and play their passing game but we’re caught on the counter just before the halfway mark when Ben Jeffery got in behind a high line courtesy of a Kieran Ryall through ball, Jeffery rounded the keeper expertly to roll into an empty net. 
 

Mousehole were clearly the fitter team and second half proved so when they applied more pressure which st Dom sat in and soaked up hitting the away side on the counter, again the pace of Jeffery causing havoc and was synically taken down in the box, Prescott dispatching the penalty for his hattrick. Mousehole continued to play some nice stuff without really threatening the home side goal, until a mousehole player was adjudged to have been fouled in the box and after Jamie Blatchford had saved the resulting penalty, he was deemed as being off his line by the ref, the mousehole no.7 made no mistake second time around. The game was quickly wrapped up minutes later when a Rhys Cloake cross found Lee Hawkins arriving at the back post firing in to cap off a brilliant performance from the home side. Who now have an aggregate score against west teams this year of 11-2

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21 hours ago, Rjw87 said:

St Columb Major 4-4 Saltash United Res FT. Saltash won 5-3 on pens ! 
 

St Columb Major will be kicking themselves after being 3-1 up and in total control. 

What an entertaining game of football this was, goals, sin bins, sending off, extra time and then penalties. In the 1st half St Columb looked more like the St Piran side as they dominated Saltash for large parts of the half, going in 2 up at the break, could & probably should've been further ahead, Saltash came out in the 2nd half a different side & despite only having 10 men ( due to 1 being sin binned ) pulled one back almost immediately, Saltash were then putting more pressure on St Columb, but the home side were still looking dangerous on the break, which one of the breaks led to winning a penalty which nicely put away to make it 3-1, but the Saltash came back again & pulled one from the spot themselves, with time running out Saltash were awarded a free kick about 25 yards which was brilliantly put away with the ball going in off the bar, 3-3 at 90 minutes. Extra time started with St Columb  on the front foot when the Saltash defender was show a straight red, then another player was sin binned a few minutes later, whilst having a 2 man advantage St Columb took the opportunity to go 4-3 up, but Saltash came back again to take the game into pens, which they won 5-3. Over the duration of the tie, Saltash were probably fortunate to go through, but St Columb must be proud of themselves the way the played & took it their higher league opposition, but what a great & entertaining game of football 

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