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Helston 6 Wendron 1

2-0 half time

We all knew the out come b4 kick off :( but didnt think we disgraced our selfs 2day held our own in the first halfs but guessing winno gave a harsh half time talk cos helston came out alot better but the game was over by 15mins into second half wen helston made it 4 nil but we did get a goal bak and later on missed a pen.

i expct winno will give a more indepth write up.

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Guest Helston Patriot

Helston 6 Wendron 1

2-0 half time

We all knew the out come b4 kick off :( but didnt think we disgraced our selfs 2day held our own in the first halfs but guessing winno gave a harsh half time talk cos helston came out alot better but the game was over by 15mins into second half wen helston made it 4 nil but we did get a goal bak and later on missed a pen.

i expct winno will give a more indepth write up.

Scorers;

Dom (pen) then missed a pen!!! HAd a mere and subbed off ( still the best striker in the world ever, hey woodpecker!?!?) 30 games and first bad one

Kayne

Bryan hawke 2

Blakey

Justin Miles

Wendron battled well for 90 minutes and never gave up!! Credit to them! To be honest we could of won about by 12 goals.. Missed chances galore! But Credit to wendron, game played in right spirit and fairly.

Best of luck for the rest of season :thumbsup:

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Wendron battled well for 90 minutes and never gave up!! Credit to them! To be honest we could of won about by 12 goals.. Missed chances galore! But Credit to wendron, game played in right spirit and fairly.

Yea wud agree you shud have scored alot more and the game was played well a easy game for the ref who i dnt like complaining about but on ur 6th goal <_< the free kick i know it was the 6th but it's not the point lol i asked the ref twice is it on the wistle he said yes twice and your player took it quick (fair play) and scored i asked the ref about it and he said it was fine cos the played had asked to take it qiuck :SM_carton:

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Newquay 0 V Truro 5

Not what it looks like ! Truro didnt score until 55-60 mins and the relief was evident as they celebrated the goal like another piece of silverware. They, of course, had the grater possession and played the crisper footy but we matched them for as long as we could and they were really rattled and went in at half time lucky to be level as we wasted two one on ones !

Even at one nil down we were still well in the game and had two more clear chances before they took control with a second goal. After that, tehy relaxed and sprayed the ball around for fun and the better fitness levels became evident.

Never a 5nil but then they have quality strikers who were deadly today.

Newquay enjoyed the challenge and I know the lads our proud of the level they were able to raise their game to.

Well done Truro. A masterclass...but 5 nil was a little flattering.

That was only our second league defeat this year so we are still on a noce run of form.

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to hp-so dom scored a pen today-great team player,do you think the pressure got to him,after winno said this week he was the best striker in the world :yahoo::yahoo::yahoo: :yahoo:

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Not many people know that a Woodpecker has a relatively small brain. However I'm sure that it will not come as a surprise to the users of this forum. :D:D :clapper:

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St Day 2-1 RNAS Culdrose

With both teams struggling for points of late this was always going to be an entertaining game. From the start it was culdrose who made all the running, creating a few chances in the first ten minutes with fozzie firing just wide after turning his marker on the edge of the box and nick hill firing his shot across goal wich the keeper gathered at the second attempt. St Day never really got going until twenty minutes in when lee duffield's cross was met by the 'St Day Gaol Machine' Adrian Hart who side footed his shot towards goal only to see it brillitantly saved by culdrose's keeper. the game opened up with chances coming at both ends but both teams would have felt unlucky to go in at half time 0-0, with the best chance of the half falling to culdrose who's striker Fozzie shot from outside the area forcing st days no1 into a fine save.

HT 0-0

the second half was just as open as the first with chances being created at both ends with no final product. the deadlock was broken ten minutes into the second half when joe crossman fired a shot in from the left which the keeper could only parry, Joff Malabar ran in for the follow up but it looked like the keeper had recovered. with no one apealing for a penalty the referee decided that malabar was denied a scoring opportunity and awarded a penalty much to the amazement of both sides. After three penalty misses in recent weeks up stepped the coolest man on the pitch Gareth Jones who cooly slotted his spot kick into the right hand corner of the goal sending the keeper the wrong way. 15 mins later it was 2-0 as a long punt upfield by me, sailed over the heads of the culdrose defence for adam marsh to run onto, his shot was saved by the culdrose keeper on the edge of his area, fortunatley for st day the ball fell to Lee Gribble who cooly lofted the ball over the stranded keeper for st day's insurance goal. culdrose will fel hard done by as they probably should have had a pen when their player was upended in the box on 80 mins. culdrose made it an uneasy last 5 mins for st day as they grabbed what was in the end a consolation goal after some good work on their left by nick hill who's low cross was dispatched into the net off both posts. FT 2-1

ref watch. not the best referee either side has had all season, his penalty decision was questionable and some of his decisions were strange. the one thing that annoyed most players was that when he gave a decision he never gave a clear indication as to who he had given it too and for what, that can add to the frustration sometimes. also he over ruled his assisstans on two or three occasions. overall not bad

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illogan 1- 2 mullion

once again we grinded out a result in typical fashion, at times just had to sit back and defend like our lifes depended on it!

mike southgate opend the scoring when a cross bobbled around the 6 yard box and he bundled the ball in!

we then hit the bar with wind assisted shot from jon leech smashed the bar from 30 yards.

2minutes later there centre back pushed up and did practically the same thing! illogan started putting us under pressure but were reduced to long range efforts which being honest were all quality strikes with are keeper making some great saves, one of which that came off the bar even the illogan players were left wondering how it stayed out.

mullion grabbed a 2nd just before halft time when good work from jon leech put in darren meagor who rounded the keeper to make it 2-0

the 2nd half probably produced one of are best defensive displays of the season with the back four under alot of pressure (with me marking mousa from set pieces haha) they tried hard to make the break through but we still looked more than capable of grabbing another on the break.

illogan got there goal when a great through ball found there striker finished well!

just like to thank the illogan team for the help when our 2players had to be strecherd off! really quick on the scene and genuine concern for the players was much appreciated!

bad news on one who has ruptured his cruciate ligaments!

best of luck for season as you have a very talented young team there!!

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Hayle res 0-0 St Ives

I set my team up to stop us getting another hammering and stop St Ives playing, hoping for a breakaway or bit of luck to get a goal, had players on first team duty and had to rob the third and fourth team of players so to come away with a point was great result for us, it was just a battle for us not to conceed, and St Ives only team that looked like scoring, they missed a few good chances and Steve Luke in our goal was man of match with great saves that included a penalty save a minute from time.

Well done lads great effort. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

OH just a question for Handsome Dan and Woodpecker when my players come back does that mean im using first team players again and how long do they have to play for me to be 2nd team players again. :unsure::unsure::unsure: :unsure:

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simple answer -no problem playing a regular 1st team player if he,s lacking match fitness or coming back from a layoff but leaving out a regular 2nd team player to play a 1st team player/s coz you want 3 points ,pees off the player/s left out and also the opposition,hope this explanation helps.

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Better late than never.

Report on last Wednesday's match

Cornwall Combination League

Wednesday 9th April 2006

Penzance Reserves 1-3 Hayle Reserves

Both teams went into this match fielding a smattering of first team players with the lads from Trevassick Park running out the winners, completing the double over Penzance.

The early exchanges are fairly even until Hayle break. A cross goal pass sees one of their players with an open goal but he fluffs his shot and punts it over the bar.

On 5mins, Steve Burt of Penzance and Carl Shorthouse of Hayle get booked for a bit of bitch slapping on the half-way line.

Penzance get a free kick, which when floated over is flick-headed just wide of the back post by James Street.

Then Hayle get a free kick on the right corner of the penalty area but it is cleared for a corner. The corner is taken short and the ball flicked over. A header on the back post goes straight into Damien Norman’s arms.

Hayle are gradually turning the screw on Penzance. On 16mins a long Hayle throw into the box results in a volley that goes just wide of the right hand post.

Hayle then break down the right, shoot but the ball goes away for a corner. They get 4 corners in a row but each is defended. The last one ends in a volley from outside the box that flies past the left hand post.

On 24mins Hayle are given a golden opportunity to open the scoring. They are awarded a free kick on the penalty spot as the ref adjudges the Penzance keeper picked up a back pass. The resulting kick bounces off the wall and out for a corner.

Then Penzance break down the right with Sam Long. He gets into the box, passes square to Marcus Smith on the 6yrd line. His volley is deflected for a corner.

Kieran Harris of Hayle is booked for dissent.

Then in the 42min against the run of play Penzance go 1-0 up. They get a free kick on the left of the half-way line. The ball is floated in, headed on and Sam Long on the 6yd line chips it over the advancing keeper. The keeper flaps at it as it goes between his arms but the ball drops into the net.

Penzance with their tails up attack for the remaining few minutes of the half. Marcus Smith and Alfie Turner both have shots saved before the whistle goes for half-time.

H-T

Hayle started the 2nd half like a steam roller, pushing Penzance back.

Within 6mins of the restart they have levelled the scores. Hayle get a corner on their right. They take it long, and Chris Thomas on at the back of the box volleys into the net from 6yds out.

Penzance come back at Hayle to restore their lead but 3 shots in a row are wasted, by Marcus Smith and Sam Long.

Penzance make a substitution on the hour bringing on Danny Michael for Steve Burt.

On 63mins Jack Liddicoat gets booked for dissent.

Penzance break down their right, some neat passing gets the ball to Danny Michael inside the area but he shoots just wide.

Hayle then come down their left but a hurried shot sees the ball scooped over the bar.

Charlie Pierce then replaces Zack Podd in the Penzance midfield.

On 74mins Hayle finally take the lead, 2-1. Hayle get a corner on the right, put a long one into the box and Simon Bevis volleys into the net from 6yds out.

Both teams make substitutions with Jack Eckley replacing Alfie Turner up-front for Penzance.

With Penzance pushing for an equaliser, Hayle go further in front on 85mins. They break from the back with a through ball leaving Matthew Thomas one-on-one with the keeper. As the keeper comes out he calmly flicks the ball into the net to make it 3-1.

Hayle then press forward for a fourth as the Penzance heads have now dropped and they almost get it but are deigned by the post and the rebound is palmed away by the Penzance keeper.

Final whistle goes.

Crowd of 37

Corner count Penzance 3-11 Hayle (1-8 1st half)

Penzance – Damien Norman, Danny Magee, Mark Grenfell, Alfie Turner, James Street, Sam Long, Jack Liddicoat, Steve Burt, Marcus Smith, Zack Podd, Jolan Williams

Subs – Danny Michael (for Burt, 60), Charlie Pierce (for Podd, 73), Jack Eckley (for Turner, 80)

Hayle from – Steve Luke, Kieran Harris, Matthew Thomas, Carl Shorthouse, Rob Robinson, Chris Thomas, Andy James, Adam Northall, Lee Patchett, Wayne Refinick, Shane Webber, Colin Snook, Mark Crevil.

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