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RESULTS - SATURDAY, 12TH NOVEMBER, 2022


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East Division

Torpoint Athletic    1-0    AFC St. Austell 

West Division

Falmouth Town    2-1    Mousehole Development

St. Agnes    1-7    St. Day

League Cup 

Saltash Borough    2-7    Wendron United

Cornwall Intermediate Cup 

Foxhole    2-0     St. Just

Illogan RBL    4-0    Sticker

Liskeard Athletic    4-1    Saltash United

Looe Town    1-3    Redruth United

Nanpean Rovers    1-2    Praze

Pendeen Rovers    5-0    St. Newlyn East

Polperro    2-3    St. Dominick

Truro City    2-6    Hayle

For Cornwall Intermediate Cup ties, St. Piran League Clubs shown in bold type and Combination League/ECPL Clubs show in italics

 

 

 

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Illogan 4 Sticker 0

Something of a lacklustre game enlivened only by two mugs of hot chocolate at half-time.

Sticker began with a lively onslaught on Illogan's goal with the advantage - if advantage there be - off the slope but Illogan defended stoutly. On 10 mins Illogan won a corner on the right and it wasn't clear whether it had gone straight in or got a touch either by the 'keeper or a forward. Sticker appeared to lose their earlier initiative and were quite deflated by a 23rd min penalty award. 'Keeper Wyatt ran the length of the field to dispatch it and then had to run all the way back - at least downhill.

News of Brentford's 90+7 winner filtered through to cheer everyone up, hot choc was consumed and the 2nd half began with Sticker having none of their early 1st half zest. The 3rd goal came in the 69th minute, a cross from the left knocked in from just feet out. The 4th goal on 76 fell to the right foot of Illogan's No 17 who earlier had shunned the chance of a goal by demonstrating that he doesn't (like to) use his left - all those around me in the stand were ready for a clear left-foot chance to be dispatched only to be let down as the player tried to move the ball to his right foot and was dispossessed. Bit of training needed there, methinks!

More than usual number of suspects in attendance so plenty of gossip and banter making the afternoon agreeable.

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Watched this - very good performance from Steve Warr’s much improved Falmouth.

Great finish from Jak Davies for first goal, unfortunate to concede equaliser before half time.

Much better team in the second half and deservedly went in front when the Mousehole keeper couldn’t keep out a corner and palmed into his own net. 

Town unlucky not to go further in front as the lively Charlie Edney hit the post and had a shot destined for the corner well saved by the keeper 

Town dug in as Mousehole pushed for an equaliser and held firm with some good defending and a couple of fine saves from the keeper sealing a well deserved win.👍

 

 

 

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to RESULTS - SATURDAY, 12TH NOVEMBER, 2022

Falmouth town 2-1 Mousehole Devs

 

scoreline reflects the game, Mousehole well below par but take nothing away from town, I said to Steve Warr before the game that with the quality they had they should never be 2nd to bottom and they chose today to prove that . Tough one to take but no complaints, all best for the season to Town 👍

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5 hours ago, Tom Trust said:

Illogan 4 Sticker 0

Something of a lacklustre game enlivened only by two mugs of hot chocolate at half-time.

Sticker began with a lively onslaught on Illogan's goal with the advantage - if advantage there be - off the slope but Illogan defended stoutly. On 10 mins Illogan won a corner on the right and it wasn't clear whether it had gone straight in or got a touch either by the 'keeper or a forward. Sticker appeared to lose their earlier initiative and were quite deflated by a 23rd min penalty award. 'Keeper Wyatt ran the length of the field to dispatch it and then had to run all the way back - at least downhill.

News of Brentford's 90+7 winner filtered through to cheer everyone up, hot choc was consumed and the 2nd half began with Sticker having none of their early 1st half zest. The 3rd goal came in the 69th minute, a cross from the left knocked in from just feet out. The 4th goal on 76 fell to the right foot of Illogan's No 17 who earlier had shunned the chance of a goal by demonstrating that he doesn't (like to) use his left - all those around me in the stand were ready for a clear left-foot chance to be dispatched only to be let down as the player tried to move the ball to his right foot and was dispossessed. Bit of training needed there, methinks!

More than usual number of suspects in attendance so plenty of gossip and banter making the afternoon agreeable.

Funny enough we had a little weak foot only game at training.. most of us can't kick the ball but number 17 (Tom Butt) comfy on both feet so surprised he didn't hit that left footed 🤣

Not the best of games..  especially compared to last week.. into the hat and two quarter finals to look forward too after a difficult start to the season. 

All the best to Sticker especially the lad that had a nasty injury right at the very end 

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Torpoint AFC Reserves 1-0 St Austell Reserves

Torpoint XI; Brown, Bouch, Coutts, Sinclair, Martindale, Cotter, Payn, Larsen, Cox, Bryan, Stearnes.

Subs used; Balde, Place, Taylor, Fothergill, Manuel

Scorer: Bryan (pen)

A second game under new management at Torpoint and a slow build in the new system. Coming off the back of a draw at Launceston we knew that we would have to improve to pick up more points against a travelling St Austell despite their league position.

The first half showed some of the quality that Torpoint have on the ball but we were consistently beaten to 1st and 2nd balls as we were 2nd to St Austell's energy and enthusiasm. Despite things being fairly frantic, no goalkeeper was forced into a save of significance.

A redelivery of the pre game message and what we've been working on in training saw the side hit the 2nd half hungrier. The move of Cox to the right hand side saw the game open up for Torpoint, the direct running of the wide man started to cause the visitors problems. It wasn't long before a drive into the area and a challenge saw the official point to the spot, rather soft in my eyes but Bryan stepped up to place home. Soon after, Cox was down in the area again. This time there was more contact but nothing given. With the lead, Larsen, Stearnes and Payn had opportunities but were held out. As we're still a side not quite used to winning, you could see St Austell putting on the pressure. First an excellently hit free kick was kept out by the flying Brown. 2 excellent corner deliveries shortly afterwards caused problems before being dealt with. Torpoint could've had another late with the returning Fothergill hitting on the break.

A vital 3 points and now to look forward to the next game. Hopefully something is in the diary for next weekend, if not a trip to Sticker on the 26th.

 

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On 12/11/2022 at 21:33, S Abbo said:

Funny enough we had a little weak foot only game at training.. most of us can't kick the ball but number 17 (Tom Butt) comfy on both feet so surprised he didn't hit that left footed 🤣

Not the best of games..  especially compared to last week.. into the hat and two quarter finals to look forward too after a difficult start to the season. 

All the best to Sticker especially the lad that had a nasty injury right at the very end 

Glad to hear about that training session - must have just been the wrong decision by him at the time. Never mind.

And you're right about the game the week before: that really was a cracker! Here's to the next rounds!

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