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Regent 3 The Oxford 1 (h/t 2-1)

A tough game against a much improved Regent side, a draw might have been the fair result but its about taking your chances which they did and we didnt despite almost constant pressure in the second half with us pushing for the equaliser they caught us on the break to score the important third goal.

Well done to Regent, and bring on Div 2 next season

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Hayle VB v St.Agnes "A" (3-2) h/t 2-1

A real pleasure to referee this veterans league match this morning at Hayle FC.

Hayle took the lead in the 15th minute when a chipped through ball was finished well by ace marksman Mark Rapsey,volleying the ball past Alan Moore as the ball fell over his left shoulder.Aggie lost Peter Hunt to a groin injury soon after.Rappo added a second midway through the half following a quick(ish) break.Dennis Fallowfield,in the home goal,had little to do in the first half and played like a sweeper until he was caught off his line in the 43rd minute by a long range shot by Rupert.

Hayle missed some chances early in the second half before Aggie equalised after some sloppy defending by the home team and it was game on as Aggie had goalscoring chances of their own.The deciding goal came with eight minutes remaining,a free-kick was whipped in,flicked on and as the rebound came back off the crossbar,there was that man again Rappo to chest the ball over the line and complete his hat-trick.

As i said before,a great game to referee and had some lovely banter with players from both sides.Thanks gents.

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Falmouth Albion 5 Crowntown 2

Lovely game with Porky, as always, very much in charge. Both sides played with an excellent spirit and actually turned up some nice football from time to time.

Albion scored first with the Crowntown keeper fumbling a hopeful shot. Crowntown pulled level with a fine Pete Harris header from a corner.

Albion's second was an OG from Billy. Paused when the Albion player was clearly offside, forgetting that our linesman wasn't into running, and had to rush to cut out the cross, bumbling it in.

Just before half time, Albion increased their lead with a fine shot from their right which the stand-in keeper failed to smother. 3 -1 half time.

Second half Crowntown pulled one back when Andy Ashton was put clear and sweetly chipped the keeper.

Albion increased their lead when a sleeping Crowntown defence let a long clearance thread through to Joe Roberts. 4 - 2.

Then, the miss, not of the game, hardly the season, probably the decade.

Keeper and defenders lost out at the right hand edge of the penalty area. The ball was crossed in to a totally unmarked Andy Ashton - plumb centre of the goal, less than a foot out.

Not showing any sign of panic, Andy gently side-footed the ball towards the goal.

Amazingly, the ball went straight up in the air and just cleared the cross-bar and landed on the top of the net!

That would have made it 4-3 with 20 minutes to go. Game on! But it didn't and Crowntown conceded a final goal to make it finish at 5-2.

So it goes. Very enjoyable game. Thanks Albion for the 5 games! this season - ALL thoroughly enjoyable.

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