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St day 3-0 Redruth 

well after a good point for Redruth on Saturday against mousehole, an absolute shambles with injuries and poor commitment from certain people left us with 10 players an hour shy of kick off.. 2nd team playing tomorrow so not keen to help out. In steps our lino to fulfill an 11, shoutout to the 11 who put in a shift and kept an unbeaten st day side to only 3-0, shocking game to watch for the neutral, but Atleast we went out and played and didn’t shy away or get humiliated.. credit to st day did what they had to do. 

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Torpoint AFC 3rds 4-2 Liskeard AFC Reserves

Scorers: Clarke, J.White, Babb, Lewis

Another night under lights at The Mill. Finally a bit of dry weather which unbelievably made the pitch a little bobbly!! Huge thank you to Lee and the Liskeard team for agreeing the fixture so late.

The game started brightly for both sides who clearly wanted to get on the ball. The visitors were better of the sides early with Broadwater consistently dropping in and picking the ball up and moving his team around. We had the early chance when Clarke was put through 1v1, after a touch he looked to lift over Agar who read the situation well and stood tall. Liskeard opened the scoring when a long ball wasn't dealt with, as the ball dropped to T.Hansford he settled to lift over Westall from 20 yards. Our errors were soon compounded when Westall played to White under pressure, he could only hook the ball 15 yards directly into the path of Rob White who struck excellently first time to nestle home. Frustrating but as last week, we didn't feel like we were out of the game. A goal soon came after 35 when a corner from Warren was met by Clarke and Agar, who had the last touch... Clarke claimed, Agar didn't. Remainder of the half stayed pretty even and an enjoyable game to watch from the sidelines.

We hit things hard after the break and within 3 minutes, Robbins picked up the ball and played to Clarke who took a touch before drilling across the box to an onrusing J.White. 2-2. Buoyed by the goal, this lifted the group and the additions of Babb and Walters, for his debut, caused constant problems with their pace and direct running. Babb soon got reward for his excellent start, another corner was headed to the 18 yard line where Babb struck on the volley to make it 3-2, 3 was soon 4 when another corner was lashed home by Lewis for his 2nd is less than a week. Chambers was soon on for his own debut and settled to the game well but the tireless Mills caused problems all evening and rightly picked up his man of the match. The only thing that was missing was a goal but it goes to show that the raw stats aren't everything.

Another really impressive comeback from the group. Wouldn't want to make a habit of it but I'm sure with Stevo back on Saturday we'll start better... Always a pleasure to have Baz Bottrill as the man in the middle. It's nice to have a communicator and someone that can admit to a mistake when it happens.

Apologies to Lee and the team for the food situation post game, not something we'd want at Torpoint but thanks to Lee for being so understanding. In their skipper they have a proper footballer who should be playing in the SWPL next season, hugely impressed. 

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