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PSC Group H

Perranwell 2 Probus 2 ht 2-2

Opening game of the Group Stages for both teams.Perranwell sitting 4th in (Div1) hosting their Div2 opponents also sitting in 4th place.It looked on paper an evenly matched battle and so it proved.

Group H which has been named the Group of death has a familiar feel about it with 4 Div2 opponents joined by two Div1 teams.The only group not to have either a Trelawney Prem or Div 4 team in.

Taking my seat in the “grandstand” the pre match chat was on the number of players missing from both teams usual lineups.Though there was several notable stalwarts on show and good to see Dave Angel putting a decent shift in for the home side.

Perrans physical approach against the running power of Probus youngsters saw an to end battle commence.Early doors the hosts who started 4-3-2-1 went long most of the time getting in behind the away sides flat back four several times and found themselves 2-0 up from such attacks one duly despatched neatly by the youngest Rapsey(quite freaky his running style compared to his fathers-although Mark won’t mind me saying he’s more of a waddle these days😉).At this point it looked like the blue and blacks would run away with it.But credit to Probus they continued to play there running football and committing defenders although their first came from a corner-a decent header from the pen spot.Just before the break it was 2-2 Ethan Farley I believe who scored who has had a decent season looking at his goal return.

Second half with Probus now going up the hill exploiting space in behind looked more likely to get the winner.A brilliant double safe by Perrans keeper on his debut(rumour on the sidelines was he had previously played for St Blazey-unsure if any truth in that though).Just time for both teams to hit the bar before the game ended.

Looking at the league unsure if it was a point gained or two dropped for both.With games against Holmans Falmouth DC and St Ives coming up it just maybe that the other team in the group of death St Buryan may well prove to be the king makers!

A word on referee Alan Smith who had the game pass without real incident-a sign he done his job well without complaint from either team👏

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2 hours ago, mbkted said:

Storm 1 helston raiders 8

played at mount ambrose 4G

good game from both teams 

2-0 at half time then the fitness showed and raiders punished us

week off for storM now 

What with everything this club has gone through over the last month it's great to see them putting in such a valliant display of courage on the pitch. 8-1 sounds like a thumping but it's not when you take into context past scores. I feel Storm are starting to find their feet, which is bad news for others next season. 

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Haha been told Ben is “etched out of my ass” many times over the years!! 😂. The run ain’t even a waddle these days with my 55 year old battered knees mate!! 😞🙁 😀Although in my defence I could do a 100 metres in 10.7 in my prime! 👍 It was quicker than the womens world record at the time!!😂 Bens actually my oldest despite that cheeky baby face, Jacks 2 years younger but I think the 6ft 5 throws people off!? Chuffed to read Bens scored again, 5 games in a row and 7 goals in 5 games very decent for someone that didn’t play for 10 years!! Thanks for the match report mate, watched Probus a couple times last season,very good footballing team I thought 👏🏼👍

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13 hours ago, StarsAndStripes said:

PSC Group H

Perranwell 2 Probus 2 ht 2-2

Opening game of the Group Stages for both teams.Perranwell sitting 4th in (Div1) hosting their Div2 opponents also sitting in 4th place.It looked on paper an evenly matched battle and so it proved.

Group H which has been named the Group of death has a familiar feel about it with 4 Div2 opponents joined by two Div1 teams.The only group not to have either a Trelawney Prem or Div 4 team in.

Taking my seat in the “grandstand” the pre match chat was on the number of players missing from both teams usual lineups.Though there was several notable stalwarts on show and good to see Dave Angel putting a decent shift in for the home side.

Perrans physical approach against the running power of Probus youngsters saw an to end battle commence.Early doors the hosts who started 4-3-2-1 went long most of the time getting in behind the away sides flat back four several times and found themselves 2-0 up from such attacks one duly despatched neatly by the youngest Rapsey(quite freaky his running style compared to his fathers-although Mark won’t mind me saying he’s more of a waddle these days😉).At this point it looked like the blue and blacks would run away with it.But credit to Probus they continued to play there running football and committing defenders although their first came from a corner-a decent header from the pen spot.Just before the break it was 2-2 Ethan Farley I believe who scored who has had a decent season looking at his goal return.

Second half with Probus now going up the hill exploiting space in behind looked more likely to get the winner.A brilliant double safe by Perrans keeper on his debut(rumour on the sidelines was he had previously played for St Blazey-unsure if any truth in that though).Just time for both teams to hit the bar before the game ended.

Looking at the league unsure if it was a point gained or two dropped for both.With games against Holmans Falmouth DC and St Ives coming up it just maybe that the other team in the group of death St Buryan may well prove to be the king makers!

A word on referee Alan Smith who had the game pass without real incident-a sign he done his job well without complaint from either team👏

Thanks for writing a report and giving a summary of the match @StarsAndStripes. Unfortunately I couldn’t be there yesterday as I was watching Argyle beat Forest Green (poor commitment I know, but we had a hospitality day for my son’s Christmas present - highly recommend it, great day). Our manager was also unavoidably absent at short notice, so well done to the players that ran the team on the day. They’ve told us that it was a tactical masterclass that got us back in the game 😂 

St Ives Town reserves at home for us next week.

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