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Tuesday 18 October 2022

SWPL

EAST

Axminster Town              3-1           Cullompton Rangers

WEST   

Sticker                               3-5            Penzance

 

Wednesday 19 October 2022

 EAST

Bovey Tracey                     3-1          Brixham

Elmore                                  1-4          Crediton United

Torrington                           6-0          Plymouth Marjon

 

WEST

Newquay                            3-3          Wadebridge Town

St Dennis                             4-5          Bude Town

 

 

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Nice to be back watching football again after a short illness and what a game at Burngullow park 

Sticker started so well and it looked like they would win easily they really were the only team in it in the first 20 mins . Credit though to Penzance they were superb for the rest of the game. 

Sticker atm really struggle as a team when they concede a goal and confidence is a problem due to some poor results but they will be ok 👍🏻 

danny ohagen btw was excellent and is a big help to the impressive youngsters that sticker have . Haiden chapman on the right is only 17 is that really his age ? Really impressed .

Anyway well done Penzance great performance 

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STICKER   3-5   PENZANCE

HT   2-2

ATT   86

 

As the previous gents have said, a cracking game of football, credit to both teams, played at a good old pace throughout on a difficult blustery evening, shame there was less than a 100 hardy souls there to see it really with it being the only game staged locally on the night. It certainly didn’t look like a 13th v 15th match with both sides having played 12 league games before tonight and only scoring 17 and 13 goals respectively and both having conceded 31. 
 

Lovely to see so many football people there watching the game, managed a quick chat with most but difficult when you want to watch the game, and it was certainly one not to take your eyes off!! Apologies if I’ve got any names wrong as I was chatting most of the game but tried to keep one eye on all the non stop action!! Here’s a few highlights and apologies for all the ones I must have missed out on!?

 

8’  ️  1-0,  superb bit of skill from 46 years young striker DannyO with a flick over his head and sharp turn being fouled by the defender and Richard Edworthy sending the keeper the wrong way from the spot.

13’  ️  2-0  ball over the top into the right channel saw speedy young winger Haiden Chapman race on to it and crash a shot high into the net from 15 yards.

21’  Penzance start to get a foothold in the game after a blistering first 20 minutes from Sticker and hit the bar with a header from a corner, with Josh Storey a class act in his midfield role tonight having his follow up shot well blocked by a defender. 
 

32’  ️  2-1,  a powerful Rolandas Saumnauskas shot finds the net despite the keeper getting a hand to it.

37’  ️  2-2,  Saumnaskaus pulls the team level from close range after a great low cross from Jacob Trudgeon on the right.

39’   Another carbon copy chance with the same players combining but this time Rolandas can’t get anything on the ball fizzed across 6 yards out.

HT   2-2

51’  ️  3-2,  superb curling strike into the top corner from Andrew Butler after he turned inside a defender on the edge of the area. 

55’  Brilliant 40 yard run from Jack Bowyer taking him past 4 players but has his shot blocked by Tyler Tonkin 15 yards out in the nick of time.

62’  Impressive Penzance left winger Max Everard misses the chance to equalise heading just over the bar with the goal gaping after a far post cross from the right. 

64’  ️  3-3,  the superb Storey hits a great side foot controlled but with power shot from the edge of the area just inside the post to pull the teams level.

68’  ️  3-4,   after looking like Sticker could run away with it at the start of the 2nd half, PNZ fight back brilliantly and take the lead when Saumnauskas ran clear to compose himself before slamming home his shot high into the net at the near post to complete his hat-trick. 

83’  ️  3-5,  Everard wraps up a superb away victory for PNZ making up in full for his previous headed miss by lashing the ball into the top corner with a shot that was still rising as it entered the net. 
 

Loads of other highlights obviously but don’t want to bore anyone! Brilliant game of football and if both sides continue playing like this for the next two thirds of the season then I’m pretty sure they’ll be fine!! Plenty of football knowledge in both dug outs with some talented youngsters on both teams, thanks for producing such a good game in the blustery Burngullow conditions 👍👏🏼

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13 hours ago, RAPPO said:

STICKER   3-5   PENZANCE

HT   2-2

ATT   86

 

As the previous gents have said, a cracking game of football, credit to both teams, played at a good old pace throughout on a difficult blustery evening, shame there was less than a 100 hardy souls there to see it really with it being the only game staged locally on the night. It certainly didn’t look like a 13th v 15th match with both sides having played 12 league games before tonight and only scoring 17 and 13 goals respectively and both having conceded 31. 
 

Lovely to see so many football people there watching the game, managed a quick chat with most but difficult when you want to watch the game, and it was certainly one not to take your eyes off!! Apologies if I’ve got any names wrong as I was chatting most of the game but tried to keep one eye on all the non stop action!! Here’s a few highlights and apologies for all the ones I must have missed out on!?

 

8’  ️  1-0,  superb bit of skill from 46 years young striker DannyO with a flick over his head and sharp turn being fouled by the defender and Richard Edworthy sending the keeper the wrong way from the spot.

13’  ️  2-0  ball over the top into the right channel saw speedy young winger Haiden Chapman race on to it and crash a shot high into the net from 15 yards.

21’  Penzance start to get a foothold in the game after a blistering first 20 minutes from Sticker and hit the bar with a header from a corner, with Josh Storey a class act in his midfield role tonight having his follow up shot well blocked by a defender. 
 

32’  ️  2-1,  a powerful Rolandas Saumnauskas shot finds the net despite the keeper getting a hand to it.

37’  ️  2-2,  Saumnaskaus pulls the team level from close range after a great low cross from Jacob Trudgeon on the right.

39’   Another carbon copy chance with the same players combining but this time Rolandas can’t get anything on the ball fizzed across 6 yards out.

HT   2-2

51’  ️  3-2,  superb curling strike into the top corner from Andrew Butler after he turned inside a defender on the edge of the area. 

55’  Brilliant 40 yard run from Jack Bowyer taking him past 4 players but has his shot blocked by Tyler Tonkin 15 yards out in the nick of time.

62’  Impressive Penzance left winger Max Everard misses the chance to equalise heading just over the bar with the goal gaping after a far post cross from the right. 

64’  ️  3-3,  the superb Storey hits a great side foot controlled but with power shot from the edge of the area just inside the post to pull the teams level.

68’  ️  3-4,   after looking like Sticker could run away with it at the start of the 2nd half, PNZ fight back brilliantly and take the lead when Saumnauskas ran clear to compose himself before slamming home his shot high into the net at the near post to complete his hat-trick. 

83’  ️  3-5,  Everard wraps up a superb away victory for PNZ making up in full for his previous headed miss by lashing the ball into the top corner with a shot that was still rising as it entered the net. 
 

Loads of other highlights obviously but don’t want to bore anyone! Brilliant game of football and if both sides continue playing like this for the next two thirds of the season then I’m pretty sure they’ll be fine!! Plenty of football knowledge in both dug outs with some talented youngsters on both teams, thanks for producing such a good game in the blustery Burngullow conditions 👍👏🏼

Mr Massey  in attendance ,keeping an eye on his Helston loanees as well.🤔

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to MIDWEEK RESULTS for Tuesday & Wednesday 18 & 19 October 2022

What a game that was Newquay 3 - Wadebridge 3 what a brilliant advert for local football a draw was a fair result in my opinion but i thought Wadebridge where going to nick it in the end when they threw everything at the Newquay goal but they couldnt beat the brilliant goalie Harry Ashton who stopped everything .

Wadebridge went 1-0 from a scramble in the Newquay goalmouth and JACOB SMALE got the first of his goals Newquay got there equalised with a free kick near the touchline CAM TURNER spotting ROB ROSEVEAR off his line blasted it over him into the goal and not long after ALEX COLE put Newquay 2 -1 up with a fine finish to put the score at 2-1 at Ht but in the 1st half there was a lot of nasty fouls and i think the ref should of come down harder on the players and 1 foul from Cam TURNER on JACK RAPSEY should of been a red and this put JACK out of the game .

In the 2nd half Wadebridge came out on fire and really went for it and Jacob Smale got his 2nd goal a clear pen which he took very well to beat Harry in the goal . But you thought Wadebridge would of done there homework on CAM TURNER and he had his 2nd goal from another free kick you could see exactly where he was going to put it but Wadebridge didnt and it was 3-2 then .

CHRIS RESKI on for a sub for Wadebridge should of scored when he only had HARRY ASHTON to beat but Harry made a brilliant save with WADEBRIDGE throwing everything at NEWQUAY you wandered which way this game would go and Wadebridge got a deserved equaliser when a wayward header to a unmarked Reski in the box was taken down and Jacob Smale got a pen and his hatrick and Wadebridge got a well deserved draw .

It was worth being in agony with these KIDNEY STONES to watch such a great match but it was agony walking home down the hill .It was great talking to Mark Rappo and others up there . 

MOM for Newquay got to be CAM TURNER but sorry JACOB i know you got a hatrick but im given the WADEBRIDGE MOM TO TOM SHEPHERD i thought he was brilliant .

 Ref did handle a difficult game well but he should of sent Cam  Turner off for a dreadful foul on JACK RAPSEY . but the ref did let the game flow and thats what supporters like to see 

Now im back in my flat in bloody agony time to take some Paracetomals and down the hospital tmmrw for another dose to get rid of these stones the specialist said they are too big to be treated with pills like last time anyway got to keep smiling lots of people a lot worst off im just glad i got my dog and local footy to watch .

Off to St Columb on Saturday to see them play the talented Liskeard Reserve side not sure of the time yet 2 15pm i think weather going to be nice hopefully i will be able to collect my camera after its been repaired 

 

£85 bloody camera only cost £40 but i was lost without it tonight 

Hope you enjoyed the match as much as i did tonight .

Looking forward to Marks brilliant write up on here when he puts it up 

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NEWQUAY   3-3   WADEBRIDGE

HT   2-1

ATT   128

 

This match had 50/50 written all over it with the current form table having the teams in 3rd v 5th respectively. Once again £6 to get in, £2 for a programme worth every penny to watch another classic game of Cornish football tonight! Although I must say the £4.50 stung a bit for 3 cups of hot water with a tea bag in it!! 🤔. £1.50 left from my “Bobby Moore” as they say up east London!! Feel better about giving it to our local clubs than say a fiver for a hot dog at Argyle though! The Mount Wise pitch was looking very nice under the floodlights and the ground in as good a nick as I’ve seen for a while, so many happy memories at this ground so always a pleasure to come back there.
 

Wadebridgde started the match on the front foot and forced 2 corners within the first 3 minutes, Sam Gerken heading just over from the 2nd one. The first real chance came after 13 minutes when Jack Rapsey slid a perfectly weighted pass through into the path of Jacob Smale but the Bridgers top scorer could only slice his left foot shot past the post from 10 yards. He made up for it 5 minutes later though when Tom Sheppard back at his old club played a lovely reverse ball to put the speedy Smale in and this time his low shot found the far corner. This seemed to spark the Peppermints into life and they were level less than 3 minutes later when Cam Turner swung in a free kick from out wide right which dropped into the far corner of the net, and watching Cam play since he was about 10 you just knew he probably meant it. 
 

Newquay were now pushing forward with their tails up and on 27’ minutes a fine 25 yard low strike from Alex Cole just evaded the diving Rob Rosevear to nestle into the bottom corner. It was real end to end stuff for the rest of the 1st half with two good teams knocking the ball around at pace creating half chances and a few tackles going in a second or two late but it never boiled over as experienced referee Mr Kevin Hoare was letting the game flow as much as possible and wasn’t fussy in the slightest about letting some over zealous tackles slide which was refreshing to see after watching a few games lately that had yellows galore and weren’t even physical games to be honest. I’m probably a bit old school but I’d like to be a striker these days rather than my day when each defender had at least a couple “free hits” on you before any cards came out!! Probably why I’m half crippled today! 
 

A decision that was to have a big bearing on the final outcome of the match came in the 41st minute when Turner looked to have gone in high and two footed on Rapsey in the middle of the pitch which saw a ripped sock and a flying shin pad in the air. ( Before I say any more on the subject can I just say Jack and Cam are good mates and played in Hoops county youth side together that went all the way to the FA County Youth Cup national final v Middlesex at Barnet 5 years ago ) it looked a straight red not that I want to see Cam get sent off, a great lad and a really talented player, but talking to my old mate and team mate Richard Turner ( Cams dad )at half time we thought it was more a red than a yellow even with Kev’s more lenient refereeing style on the night, saw my old mate 100% Cornish and a few Newquay supporters standing next to us as well and we all said red card, but Kev chose yellow and it was to be ironic later in the game but more of that later! Rapsey had to be replaced at half time with a sore Achilles and dead calf with Tom Strike taking over in midfield. 
 

The visitors were level within 4 minutes of the restart when the tenacious Lloyd was clipped by home keeper Harry Ashton and Smale sent him the wrong way from the spot for his 10th goal of the season. 5 minutes later Lloyd broke clear of Tom Whipp but shot well over the bar from 15 yards. Newquay began to turn the screw once more and Cole had the best of the chances but shot straight at Rosevear from the edge of the area. On 64 minutes the irony was played out in full when free kick expert Turner made the most of his reprieve and curled yet another fine free kick around the wall and into the bottom corner when maybe he should have been back in the dressing rooms with Rapsey!? To be fair Newquay applied most of the pressure in a purple 15 minute spell before the visitors showed a bit of character to battle back into the game and Sheppard playing like a man looking to impress played an exquisite ball in behind the home defence but Morgan Vallejos shot was superbly blocked by Ashton flying off his line at point blank range. Ashton made another great reflex save 3 minutes later diving full stretch to his right to tip a Smale snap shot from 10 yards over the bar. 
 

Bridgers boss Paul Rowe pushed Sam Gerken further forward with the visitors now finishing the stronger team and it paid dividends when he was dragged down in the area and Smale struck another fine spot kick high into the net to complete his hat-trick. Bradley Leivers dragged back Sheppard for one of those clever take one for the team fouls and was lucky to avoid a card and with just 2 minutes left on the clock the live wire Smale just got in behind the Peppermints back line but Ashton made another brave save from his toe poke finish. It was Newquay who now seemed content with the point and were in no rush to get forward and they managed to see the game out although there was one final scare in the 93rd minute when Smale dragged his shot wide of the post but Lloyd almost made contact as it slid wide of the target. Mr Hoares final whistle sounded to end 94 minutes of cracking end to end football and a draw was without doubt a fair result with both sides dominating the match in stages. It would have been a shame for either team to have come away from this game with nothing to show for their efforts and the least they deserved was a point apiece. This game was all that is good about Cornish football and I feel lucky to have watched Liskeard 6-3 Wendron on Saturday, Sticker 3-5 Penzance last night and now another mini classic tonight at Mount Wise. 23 goals in 3 games! Who could complain about a £6 entrance fee for that sort of entertainment! Maybe just keep the teas at a quid though!! 🤔😀🫖
 

 

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Great read as always Mark that is dear for tea but must admit the sausage roll that Shayne the photographer had looked lovely ,Great to see you  Mark last night your football knowledge is amazing and you talking about when you scored 2 goals vs the Plymouth Argyle 1st team i just cant remember that game i remember when Plymouth played a cricket match vs Newquay see you at a ground again soon

Just heard from someone on Facebook that they was in Hospital with my fav Newquay player Paul Bampini and Paul had his leg amputated .

Enjoy your footy everyone 

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Good reports 100% Rappo. Think Ashon in goal for Newquay got the point. Think if he was in the other goal Newquay may not have scored. Young players at newquay all did excelent love seeing this young side try the best. If combine Newquay and Wadebridge to one team you have league winning side there. Thanks to mount wise staff again the club has come on leaps well done to management takes confidence to play the young guns. 

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Thanks mate. Yeah Harry made some quality saves last night didn’t he! Good keeper! 👏🏼 Think Newquay deserved a point over the 90 minutes, two good teams going at it I thought last night, some really good football played at times. Think both teams got a shot at that 3rd/4th place at the end of the season. Wadebridge keeper Rob has been ill all week but didn’t want to let the team down mate, he’s been outstanding all season almost every game making some brilliant saves and has just come off a run where he didn’t let in a goal for over 500 minutes!! You may not have seen him at his best last night but he’s a great keeper no doubt about it! Yeah agree Mount Wise was looking great last night, was lucky enough to have 4 seasons there as a youngster and a spell when I was a bit older and I always get a buzz walking back through those turnstiles! Top club Newquay  👍👏🏼

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Hi Steve, come across that Argyle game we were talking about mate! It was 87/88 season and we went on to win the SWL. Argyle finished 16th in Div 2 and reached the 5th round of the FA Cup! Hope it jogs your memory!? Crudgie one of my lucky keepers I think, scored 2 past him for Exeter res v Argyle res a couple years later as well! Great career he had though, lucky to play against him at the end of it I reckon!! 👏 😁

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1. KEVIN MILLER

2. DAVE BALL

3. ANDY PARR

4. BRIAN BASON

5. MIKE TUMMON

6. MIKE LEECH

7. DAVE SPARKS

8. ANDY STREET

9. GRAHAM CURTIS

10. MARK RAPSEY

11. GARY ROWDEN

SUBS

12. NIGEL ROWE

14. ALAN LENTON

15. MARK LENTON

That was the Newquay team that night Steve, just in case you can’t read the old paper cutting! Not the best sorry mate! Think Argyle tried to make out it was a reserve team but I think there was 7 of that side that made up the squad for their first league game a few weeks later!! Remembering having the worst cramp I ever had that game and having to walk off last 5 minutes like I shit myself on a hat-trick in front of about 2000 people!! 🥺😀 😢  Remember Sledge being brilliant that night and Kev signing for Exeter the following season. Good old days Steve! Enjoy your game at St.Columb tomorrow mate 👍

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That bloke Rapsey must of been some player to get 2 goals past the great Geoff CRUDGINGTON that is a strong Argyle side Gerry McElhinney he was some player and Jock Morrison 1 of my Favourites who went on to play for Man City got Stuart Casey who went on toplay for Torpoint and Bodmin Owen Pickard young player had his career ended by injury 1 player dont reconise Mark is Samanocovic I thought he was the player that went to Falmouth but that was Wayne Stepanovic you will know more than me .

I dont know how i didnt remember this match but i did go to the Leigh Cooper testimonial and got the progrmam from that match i remember a player called Peter Ndluv tore Argyle apart that night i will dig that program out tmmrw got so money in boxes got so many plymouth ones going back as far as the 60S and a sheet a paper with Jimmy Greaves autograph to my dad he was his idol and he dragged me up on a wet Wednesday afternoon to see the Plymouth Res vs Spurs Res and 1 Jimmy Greves on his return to theses shores from Italy think there was 20,000 there for a reserve game .

Thanks a lot for finding that write up about that match what year was this Mark .

Got a bit damp at the St Columb Match think i will be going back there again this Saturday for the re match when both teams have there full teams out going to see what the weather is like and how i get on from Hospital on Friday .

Thanks again for this great read 

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Pretty sure it was 87/88 Steve!? Mental really mate, was just a young lad starting out and now it’s 35 years later!! With 2 crippled knees!! 🤔🙄. Your career and life in general just goes quicker every year it seems Steve! Got to take the highs and the lows, the ups and downs and look back at the best bits at the end of it! What would life have been without football!! Yeah I went to Coops testimonial, what a great bloke and career 👍👏🏼️ You and Smokie take care mate 👍

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