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Sat 27th April 2024 - Weds 1st May fixtures

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Mawnan Reserves v Newlyn Non-Athletico (2.30pm)…..off …Mawnan conceded 
Penzance Reserves v Constantine
Redruth United Reserves v Stithians……Off…. Stithians conceded
St Buryan v Perranwell Reserves

Probus v Carharrack
RNAS Culdrose Reserves v Falmouth DC
St Keverne v Goonhavern Athletic

Constantine Reserves v Lizard Argyle Reserves
Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves v Mullion Thirds
Pendeen Rovers Reserves v Perranporth
Penryn Athletic Reserves v Helston Raiders


Mawnan Reserves v Frogpool & Cusgarne
Redruth United Reserves v New Inn Titans

Constantine Reserves v Penryn Athletic Reserves
Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves v Storm


Constantine v Falmouth United

Dropship v RNAS Culdrose Reserves
St Keverne v Holman SC

St Just Reserves v Pendeen Rovers Reserves

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Penzance concluded their home fixture programme with an emphatic victory over Constantine, putting behind them the chastening midweek defeat at the hands of New Inn Titans.
The return of James Payne, side-lined by illness for the match against the league leaders, added much needed steel to the back-line. It was in the opposition penalty box that Payne made his first impact though, powering home a fourth minute header from Fin Sharp’s corner to set the Magpies on the way.
A splendid long pass down the inside left channel by Sharp released Adam Lewis to thump home the second. Constantine briefly threatened a riposte with a fine dipping shot from over twenty yards out by Ethan Jorey. But, with less than a quarter of the match played, Penzance re-established their two goal cushion with an incisive counter-attack. Lewis dribbled the ball out of defence before spraying a fine cross-field pass to Ben Jefferies who played in Connor Thomas to fire home.
Lewis, again set up by Sharp, bagged his second shortly after half-time. A delightful turn and a low shot into the far corner allowed to Thomas to bring up his own brace with a little over a quarter of an hour remaining, before Sharp bagged a fully deserved goal with an exquisite shot barely a minute later. Thomas then completed his hat-trick with a brave finish from a fine Lewis through ball. With a low shot from the left-hand angle of the penalty area, Jefferies completed the scoring with nine minutes left.
“We demanded a response after Wednesday's performance and we got it,” said joint manager Darren Smith. “Right from the warm-up, you could sense the lads were keen to put things right. It was like chalk and cheese compared to Wednesday. The lads moved the ball really well, the press was right, and everyone wanted possession. Our decisions were far better and we were patient when necessary whilst also playing quickly in the right areas.
“There were two clear man of the match performances. Firstly, Sharpy who grabbed three assists and a goal to boot. And secondly Connor with a well taken hat-trick whilst working tirelessly up top. Overall, we are very happy with today's response.”

Penzance: Georger Hanner, Matt Robsinson, Henry Ramsay, James Payne, Lewis Hitchens, Josh Reeves, Ewan Trevains, Adam Lewis, Kizzy Snowden, Connor Thomas, Fin Sharp. Rolling subs (all used): Freddie Neaum, Steve Miller, Ben Jefferies
Constantine: Rob Gardner, Lewis Fisher, Owen Kelley, Harrison McGure, Dan Templeton, Kian Laity, Keaton Prynn, Harrison Herman, Tommy Bromley, Ethan Jorey, Mason Taylor. Subs: Ollie Kendall, Alex Lowndes

Referee: Jaden Verrier

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to Sat 27th April 2024 - Weds 1st May fixtures


After lazing on the bank in the blazing Blazey sun yesterday (please don't tell that was our summer) back to the normality of 90mins under the brolly tonight. Must confess I did assume this would played on the 3G at Falmouth School, not the grass pitch.

Decent start by bottom club Aggie but they let in a couple of sloppy early goals. But they pulled one back with about 25 mins to go and at that stage looked likely to nick a point. But CSM rediscovered their mojo in the final quarter and bagged two more to put the game to bed.

Huge credit to all the players (both teams had full complement including substitutes) and referee Ian Roberts for getting the full ninety played in utterly vile conditions. A thoroughly watchable contest

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Div 3

St Keverne 0-5 Holmans

Holmans finish their league campaign with a 0-5 win away at St Keverne

Currently sitting top they can still be overtaken by Dropship if they win their remaining 3 fixtures to secure the league by a single point. Probus need to win all 3 of their fixtures and find 29 goals without reply to deny Holmans promotion. If both sides drop a point the title and promotion will go to Blaythorne

congrats to the management team of the Ivey brothers and all the players and supporters for a good competitive season 👍👏

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