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Here are todays scheduled games

Saturday 18th October

PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 0-3 NEWQUAY RESERVES (Michael Rabone, Jack Bevan, Grant Russell)

Att - 40

PENZANCE RESERVES (O.G., Ross Badcock, Bradley Wills) 3-3 HAYLE RESERVES (Wayne Rouffignac, Simon Bevis, Chris Goodall)

Att - 58

PORTHLEVEN RESERVES (Jordan Adlard) 1-0 MULLION

Att - 35

RNAS CULDROSE (Dave Devlin 2, Stephen Hughes 2, Chris Reed, Simon Pellow) 6-1 ST DAY (Lee Duffield)

Att - 10

ST JUST (Chris Curnow 2, Stuart Nicholls, Matt Gendall) 4-3 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES (Steve Kellow 2, Simon O'Neill)

Att - 43

Also good luck to all combo teams taking part in the

Westinsure Cornwall Senior Cup

Illogan RBL 1-0 St Ives Town

Perranwell 5-0 Holman SC

Morwenstow 2-3 Perranporth

Probus 5-0 Ludgvan

Roche 0-1 Helston Athletic

St Agnes 2-3 St Domininck

St Stephens Borough 3-2 Portreath

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culdrose 6-1 St Day.

both sides with players out. culdrose 5 st day 8. culdrose have the greater strength in depth and put in a very good performance, well done to them.

st day were poor all over today and will need to improve vastly if they are to acheive this seasons ambitions of a top ten finish.

attendance was poor too 10 at most.

referee was poor for both sides.

quote of the day from the ref. ooooh that was a very nuaghty challenge and could have been a yellow or a red card. result a talking too and a don't do it again.

scorer for st day lee duffield (pen). adrian hart won't thank me for this but he hit the bar with his first half pen when the game was at 0-0. would've been a different result if that had gone in (6-2)

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good game of footie at penzance today,and good to see so many good young LOCAL boys on display,game could have gone either way and i,m sure ctb will soon be giving his usual excellent incident laden reply on a very enjoyable afternoon.....who needs money????

how did mullion get on today??? :rolleyes: lol trev..oops

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Penryn 0 - 3 Newquay

Newquay have lost five games in a row and are going through a difficult patch. Newquay had 10 fit players today and one player who hadn't trained or played for five weeks after an operation, so it was no surprise to hear comments before the game from Penryn about 'whipping boys' and how they were going to hammer Newquay. Comments like that only serve to do one thing.

What followed may have surprised a few people. Newquay took kick off, retained the ball and worked up towards the right wing. Jack Bevan beat the goalkeeper to the ball and kept the move alive. The ball was worked back to Grant Russell who curled the ball goalwards and a Penryn defender deflected the ball past the stranded goalkeeper. 15 seconds, 1-0. That was the first touch of the game from a Penryn player.

Newquay used their momentum effectively and within a matter of minutes Michael Rabone capitalised on a poor defensive header, drove into the box and smashed a low shot past the goalkeeper to shock Penryn with a second goal.

Penryn gradually worked their way back into the game and Newquay had goalkeeper James Merrikin to thank for stopping a low shot that looked destined for the bottom corner.

Penryn opened strongly in the second half, but the game was effectively put out of sight when Jack Bevan raced forward to collect a poor backpass and rounded the goalkeeper to score. He had some serious ground to cover and the youngster will be really pleased with his effort.

Penryn battled to get back into the game and credit to them for not giving up, however, they were up against a resolute Newquay back line and Penryn were limited to half chances. Penryn did have a goal chalked off for offside, although the player who put the ball in the net wasn't actually in an offside position. The only other moment of interest in the second half was a handbags drama that ended up in a couple of yellow cards being dished out by an incredibly patient referee!

Attendance seemed to be in the region of 40. Thanks to the Penryn linesman, he has been really loyal to the club and did and excellent job today.

Newquay finally did themselves justice and the eleven players who turned out today can be very proud of their efforts.

Pasty's man of the match - Lee Hazeldine.

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Senior Cup 1st Round - Morwenstow 2 - 3 Perranporth (aet)

Perranporth scorers: Kayne Trevaskis, Dean Harris & I can't remeber who got the first goal cos I've had a drink or three (kayne's fault) but it'll come to me........ :blink:

And so the lightbulb slowly comes on.... Dean Harris got the first and the third :rolleyes:

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handsome dan 'magee' there was not one player on the pitch being paid today and note we were also all local boys! 'who needs money' well ur 1st team obviously.. they wouldt be were they are without it! jus face there's money being handed out here and there at many combo clubs... sounds like ur jus bitter about something!! on subject of new players one works with alan and the other signing is one of his best mates! having played for mullion b4 i thought you'd be happy for club! for anyone who plays for pz im not having a pop but everyone needs to get off mullions case and if we do end up paying players left right and centre i'll be the 1st to hold hands up and admit i was wrong but at the minute theres no foundation on these rumors!!

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hey CTB final score in senior cup between roche and helston finished 1-0 helston jason robertson with a header from corner, played last 30 mins with 10 men

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St Just 4 Falmouth 3 , excellently refereed by Mr Rosenberg. What a turn-round: Tinners two down aftyer half an hour and looking lethargic after defensive errors, then a bit of composure from Matt Gendall, wrongfooting two defenders and putting the ball neatly in the corner....shades of a young Danny Rendle or even Roger Nicholas !

Second half, all St Just. Chris Curnow got his head to Stefan Smith's corner in front of the keeper: 2-2. Stonewall penalty put the Tinners ahead. Then it looked like the thirsd home gamer running that two points would be thrown away in the last five minutes as Kellow equalised well at the far post. Fox in the box Stuart Nicholls, up for another corner, lashed in the winner for 4-3 and there was still time for a brilliant point blank save from Andrew Curnow. Good job there were no injuries....St Just had a bare 11 on the day !

Entertaining stuff and high drama as always !

:yahoo::yahoo: :yahoo:

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Penryn 0 - 3 Newquay

Newquay have lost five games in a row and are going through a difficult patch. Newquay had 10 fit players today and one player who hadn't trained or played for five weeks after an operation, so it was no surprise to hear comments before the game from Penryn about 'whipping boys' and how they were going to hammer Newquay. Comments like that only serve to do one thing.

What followed may have surprised a few people. Newquay took kick off, retained the ball and worked up towards the right wing. Jack Bevan beat the goalkeeper to the ball and kept the move alive. The ball was worked back to Grant Russell who curled the ball goalwards and a Penryn defender deflected the ball past the stranded goalkeeper. 15 seconds, 1-0. That was the first touch of the game from a Penryn player.

Newquay used their momentum effectively and within a matter of minutes Michael Rabone capitalised on a poor defensive header, drove into the box and smashed a low shot past the goalkeeper to shock Penryn with a second goal.

Penryn gradually worked their way back into the game and Newquay had goalkeeper James Merrikin to thank for stopping a low shot that looked destined for the bottom corner.

Penryn opened strongly in the second half, but the game was effectively put out of sight when Jack Bevan raced forward to collect a poor backpass and rounded the goalkeeper to score. He had some serious ground to cover and the youngster will be really pleased with his effort.

Penryn battled to get back into the game and credit to them for not giving up, however, they were up against a resolute Newquay back line and Penryn were limited to half chances. Penryn did have a goal chalked off for offside, although the player who put the ball in the net wasn't actually in an offside position. The only other moment of interest in the second half was a handbags drama that ended up in a couple of yellow cards being dished out by an incredibly patient referee!

Attendance seemed to be in the region of 40. Thanks to the Penryn linesman, he has been really loyal to the club and did and excellent job today.

Newquay finally did themselves justice and the eleven players who turned out today can be very proud of their efforts.

Pasty's man of the match - Lee Hazeldine.

don't disagree with alot of this but don't think any of the penryn players refered to newquay as whipping boys??!!

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