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Round Four  2 pm k o with extra time and penalties if required 
Bodmin Town Reserves 2v6 Falmouth United

Bude Town Res 3v 0 Perranwell Res 

Round 2
Mawnan 5v 0 New Inn Titans

DIV TWO WEST  2-30 pm k off 
Chacewater v Redruth United Reserves
Illogan RBL Reserves v Newlyn Non-Athletico
St Buryan v Frogpool & Cusgarne

Falmouth DC v Carharrack
Goonhavern Athletic v St Keverne
Holman SC v Dropship
Lizard Argyle v RNAS Culdrose Reserves
St Erme v Lanner
Wendron United Fourths v Probus

Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves v Lizard Argyle Reserves
Pendeen Rovers Reserves v Constantine Reserves
St Just Reserves v Wendron United Fifths
Storm v Mullion Thirds
Troon Reserves v Penryn Athletic Reserves


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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to Saturday 20th January 2024 fixtures

Storm 1 mullion 4

Storm took the lead and then decided to lose it in fine form 

can’t even say we where unlucky today just second best

pleasure to see a lot of the mullion lads at the pub afterwards to enjoy the free scran

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Wendron 4ths 0 Probus 2 (Harry Vincent, George Truscott)

Probus were looking to get back to winning ways after their Junior Cup exit last weekend. Wendron had a chance after 6 minutes when the home number 7 shot just wide of the post from a tight angle. Probus responded when player-manager, Justin Trebilcock, shot over after Harry Vincent’s attempt was blocked. The visitors then had a couple of chances, firstly Adam Bishop shot over after a good run, but the best chance came when Harry Vincent’s corner was attacked by Sam Bullen, only for his header to go wide of the post. Wendron had probably their best chance, when the number 7 played a one-two on the edge of the box and he found himself behind the Probus back line, only for his shot to be well saved by Sam Jones in the away goal. Dan Vincent then had a shot well saved by the Wendron keepers legs and from the resulting corner he headed wide. Probus didn’t have to wait long until they took the lead, when Dan Vincent sent the ball across the box, for his brother Harry, to finish well. In the last minute of the first half, Dan Vincent was brought down inside the box for a penalty. Probus have had their problems from the spot this year, and it proved so again! Justin Trebilcock took the responsibility, but his shot was well saved by the Wendron keeper. The first half scoring still wasn’t done, as Probus midfielder, George Truscott, had a shot that dribbled into the corner of the net, with the home keeper scrambling, unsuccessfully, to keep it out. 0-2 at halftime.

The second-half was pretty uneventful, but Wendron had a couple of chances. Firstly after 10 minutes their number 14 shot over the bar, but their best chance came when the big number 9 ran through, in behind the Probus defence, but for some reason he inexplicably chose to pass when he only had the keeper to beat and the chance was lost when the home number 7 sliced over. Probus’s best chance came when substitute, Gabby Camara-Xavier Rojas shot into the side netting. One of my favourite moments of the game came when former Probus player, and my former centre-back partner, Adam Peters took a free-kick for Wendron near the halfway line, and it ended up going directly out of play not far from the corner flag, nowhere near any of his team-mates!
Overall, Probus deserved the win and they will be glad of the clean sheet and 3 points. Wendron only had a couple of chances throughout the game, but they battled until the end and played well. The referee, Lee-Anthony Lee, had a very good game but both teams helped with their attitudes. Probus are at home against St Keverne next week.








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Troon Res 1-1 Penryn Res

A hard fought and well earned point against the league leaders at a windy Grouter Park. Good luck to Penryn in their quest to win the league which they should with the squad they have.

A mention to the young referee who in only his 2nd mens game performed very well and was decisive with his whistle blowing.

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St Erme 4-3 Lanner 

Match Report 🏆

The saints welcomed lanner fc to castle fields looking to continue their fine run of form and also looking for revenge after losing the reverse fixture 2-1, The saints started with the same starting 11 as last game against Culdrose with the only change being Skipper Kyle S coming in for Max P and Brandon M pushing up top, 

The saints started the better of the two sides and took the lead when Sam R scored with a shot which the keeper fumbled in.

The saints made it 2 not long after when Thierry M with some lovely wing work caused the defender to trip him inside the box the ref immediately pointed to the spot, Brandon M stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way. 

Lanner grew into the game a bit and scored an absolute worldie when their right winger hit a rocket from 35 yards which went past Dan M in goal but the saints held firm to take a 2-1 lead into the break. 

The visitors came out firing in the second half and equalised when their striker fired past Dan M at the near post. 

The saints defended well and Substitute Sol M played a long ball over the top which the Lanner centre half missed and Brandon M latched onto it and fired it into the bottom left hand corner to regain the saints lead.

Not long after the saints regained their 2 goal lead when Skipper Kyle S headed home after a scramble in the box made its way to him. 

Lanner did get a late consolation when a free kick was parried into the path of their sub who tapped home, 

The saints did hold on and came away with another well earned 3 points and to remain unbeaten in 2024.

MOTM- A numerous of top performances but Brandon M gets it with two well taken goals and his constant hard work. 

All the best to Lanner Football Club for the rest of the season. 

Thank you to Matchday sponsor - Wales & West Utilities

We go again on the 3rd of February home to St Keverne 

#upthesaints ❤️❤️

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Bodmin Town 2nds 2 v 6 Falmouth United 

We had big plans for this fixture since we knew of our opponents. Starting with a team breakfast, then a minibus trip up and a few beers on the bus back and straight into town so Toby and Archie can fill up the fines tin with his terrible pool abilities. But it would have only been the amazing day with the win and boys delivered for the club big time. 

We started slow again, and maybe the nerves got to us as we found ourselves a goal down early on. But that has happened a couple of times this season, and the lads played the way we planned. With patient build up and good movement. We equalised about 10 minutes with some great link up play, and a fortunate ricochet fell to Mike R in the box to put between the keepers' legs. We pressured well but didn't find the next goal from open play but a freekick but it should of been 2 freekick goals when Cameron hit one off the underside of the bar for it to bounce down over the line then up in to the roof of the net but it happened so fast the ref wasn't sure.  The one we did score was from Reece Toms, a nice low rocket into the side of the net. We extended our lead again shortly after when Benji got on the end of Mike's low ball across the box for a tap in at the back post. Our 4th came from Cameron Hamshaw staying on the right side. After his corner, the ball got crossed in from the  left, headed out to Cameron for a brilliant left-footed drive into the bottom corner.  
Half time, we felt in control, but Bodmin had caused us some issues, so we knew the next goal would kill them off, but it went the other way a with a great finish from the Bodmin striker. We were a little sluggish in the second half and really couldn't get a foothold on the game. But with some great changes from Clo, we had an injection of pace and played more direct.  We soon got another with some great work from Hayden again and put the ball in at pace cross the 6 yard box for Callum Jewel to back heel the ball in the back of the net. It was a cold finish, but if he took a touch, the opportunity would have been gone, so his quick thinking really paid off. We killed the game off with the 6th goal coming from Sam Spencer a really great battle and run from hayden to the touch line squared it to Reece Toms who listened well and touched it on to Sam to cushion into the corner of the net. 

Bodmin had a very young side, and they kept going to the end, but my lads were clinical when it mattered. But it was not a completely polished performance and did show we still have some things to work on. 

It was great to see a number of the players' families come up to watch, and also, some ex Falmouth  united lads travel up to support the lads. 

Man of the match
Hayden Webber. Worked his socks off in a different role. Caused no end of problems for Bodmin, but also his movement created opportunities for the other attackers to find space.

Thank you to Clo for all her hard work again on the sidelines and the pics of the game. Thank you to Callum Bernard and the club for getting the lads a minibus for the trip. 

Best of luck to Bodmin 2nds in the league, and thank you for a nice beer before the trip home. 

We are back to league action this week with a start of 3 very hard games coming up for my lads and I.


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