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FIXTURES - TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY 14TH/15TH MARCH, 2023


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A94CC635-0518-4E20-9CBD-43216479EDB7.jpegHAYLE   0-1   PERRANWELL

ATT  62

MOM   Phil Rees  (Perranwell)

A 51st minute own goal was the difference between the two teams in a well contested decent game of football in front of a healthy crowd. Got to say congrats to the Hayle groundsman, what a pitch!!! Best I’ve seen this season in local football in any league!! Was wondering how the surface would be after hearing Greggs had retired after all his great work over the years but got to say the excellent standards have been kept up at Trevassack Park! What a pleasure for the players to play on. 👍👏🏼  Pretty even game for 70 minutes before Hayle piled on the pressure at the end searching for an equaliser and my old mate and team mate Phil Rees playing in goal put in an inspired performance making probably 5/6 great saves during the game but particularly late on his handling and bravery was impeccable!  The only goal came when Perranwell right back Danhi Harvey made a strong run down the right and his dangerous cross was headed high into the net by the unlucky defender with the keeper committed. Will Snapes in the visitors midfield was never far from the action with captain Lachlan Brace always a threat and all the back four had great games. The Hayle front 3 with Cameron Irish at centre forward with the two quick lads either side looked like they had goals in them but the Wells defending was superb on the night and kept them relatively quiet chances wise. Strong ref who set his stall out early and stamped his authority on the game, quite scary at times to be fair!! Refs revenge!! 😀👍 🤔. Overall a nice evenings St.Piran league football and well worth the £6 for me and the mrs. And what a pitch!! 👍👏🏼 

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9 hours ago, RAPPO said:

A94CC635-0518-4E20-9CBD-43216479EDB7.jpegHAYLE   0-1   PERRANWELL

ATT  62

MOM   Phil Rees  (Perranwell)

A 51st minute own goal was the difference between the two teams in a well contested decent game of football in front of a healthy crowd. Got to say congrats to the Hayle groundsman, what a pitch!!! Best I’ve seen this season in local football in any league!! Was wondering how the surface would be after hearing Greggs had retired after all his great work over the years but got to say the excellent standards have been kept up at Trevassack Park! What a pleasure for the players to play on. 👍👏🏼  Pretty even game for 70 minutes before Hayle piled on the pressure at the end searching for an equaliser and my old mate and team mate Phil Rees playing in goal put in an inspired performance making probably 5/6 great saves during the game but particularly late on his handling and bravery was impeccable!  The only goal came when Perranwell right back Danhi Harvey made a strong run down the right and his dangerous cross was headed high into the net by the unlucky defender with the keeper committed. Will Snapes in the visitors midfield was never far from the action with captain Lachlan Brace always a threat and all the back four had great games. The Hayle front 3 with Cameron Irish at centre forward with the two quick lads either side looked like they had goals in them but the Wells defending was superb on the night and kept them relatively quiet chances wise. Strong ref who set his stall out early and stamped his authority on the game, quite scary at times to be fair!! Refs revenge!! 😀👍 🤔. Overall a nice evenings St.Piran league football and well worth the £6 for me and the mrs. And what a pitch!! 👍👏🏼 

Good summation Rappo, Reesy was outstanding in goal last night!

Shame about the events after the final whistle. That sort of behaviour towards the referee has no place in football, however you think he may or may not have performed. No wonder there is a shortage of refs. Credit to the officials from Hayle for promptly restraining the individual concerned and stopping a very ugly situation becoming much worse. Very sad end to an entertaining nights football.

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1 hour ago, Box 2 Box said:

Could that be Illogan out of the title race ?

I would say so, although I've always felt for a while it was merely an outside chance. They're doing the opposite of last season perhaps and leaving the league for someone else as they're concentrating on the two cups! 

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3 hours ago, Ieuan Gregory said:

had every confidence in Simon and the guys glad to see it has paid off pitch looks superb. Hopefully cancer under control scan this week will know more glad you are still awake Rappo

I had a great teacher. 

Been meaning to pop in but the place has been keeping me busy.
Will try and pop in next week and see how you’re doing.

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5 hours ago, Ieuan Gregory said:

had every confidence in Simon and the guys glad to see it has paid off pitch looks superb. Hopefully cancer under control scan this week will know more glad you are still awake Rappo

Fingers crossed Greg , hope it all goes well 

7 hours ago, winston said:

Were Illogan ever in the mix? Surely not hayle letting themselves down where's Joey?

Winston no cigar for you , Still stirring the pot , nothing changes 😉

 

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