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Mousehole Development v St. Dominick


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Game OFF at VP

Lord bloody help us, is it 27th April or January!

10:30 this morning sun shining, pitches brushed, cut and marked u12s played!

12:30 - pitch still looking good, U14s played no problems, rain starts

14:30 - 2 hours of torrential rain, pitch is total unplayable and both adult games at VP are off.


When are we going to play now....it will be away for sure.



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St Dominic 3 Mousehole 1

St Dominic topped off an excellent week by advancing through to the final of the Tracy Banfield Cup yesterday with a hard working real team effort. 

Constant Doms pressure in the first ten minutes as Mousehole couldn’t get up the pitch at all, after a number of corners we made the pressure count with Harvey Barrett heading in Francis Roy-Pengelly’s corner for the lead. Mousehole changed their game plan and grew in to the game but we read and mopped up their attacks well and on the turnovers looked likely to score again. Half time came at a good time for us though, after Mousehole had their only significant look at goal a few minutes before and we had looked a little jaded for a short spell. 

In to the second half and Mousehole seemed to have the upper hand for the first ten minutes of the half, Jamie Blatchford called into making a smart stop with his legs but once we settled we limited their threats and looked likely to create opportunities to further the lead and after 65 mins the second goal came. A nice bit of football and movement around the box as Kieran Ryall slipped Alex Jacob in who kept his cool to slot home for his 10th of the season. 

The game was put beyond doubt fifteen minuets later when a threaded ball from midfield found sub Ben Jeffery who clipped the ball sweetly over the advancing keeper for 3-0. After a remarkable defensive run we unfortunately conceded our first goal in over 12 hours of football when, with the last kick, Mousehole headed in a corner for a consolation.

Nonetheless cup football is all about getting through and a throughouly deserved win sees our defence of the trophy carry on and in to the final against Falmouth - date to be confirmed. 

A great shift from all, Jacob’s running causing problems all game earning him man of the match closely followed by Adam Patterson who won his duels all afternoon. 

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Torpoint AFC 3rds 1-2 Wadebridge Town Reserves

Scorer: S.White

Couldn't have had greater a difference in performance from the past couple of weeks to Saturday. Coming in undefeated against the top teams in the League, we hoped that we could use that confidence against a strong/youthful Wadebridge side.

The first half was scrappy to say the least from the home side, inability to get on the ball or string passes together when we did we routinely caused our own problems. Were we did look dangerous were set pieces. Against the run of play, we took the lead through Sam White as he got to the ball first from an excellent delivery. Wadebridge were able to block at least 2 opportunities on the line, again from set pieces, through some truly outstanding defending. In possession, Rosevear especially stood out as he controlled the game from the base of the midfield. Westlake also looking assured at the back.

Second half, we were unable to kick on. Walters and Copp entered the field for J.White and Franklin to hopefully give us more control and an out ball up the field. Unfortunately the loss of Heron to injury meant a further early change in personal and a disruption to the balance of the side. Wadebridge continued to dominate on and off the ball with their high energy and were reward when Nicholas ghosted through the Torpoint defence to prod past Westall who misjudged the shot. Growing in confidence, Nicholas found himself through again and 1v1 was able to slot under Westall.

My only positive was another debut from our U16's for Lennon Darlington-Brett.

Arguably our most disappointing performance since early in the season but full credit to Wadebridge who fully deserved all 3 points. We're fortunate to have a quick turnaround this week and trip to Roche with and early KO Wednesday.

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