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Can you post the scores and scorers for all matches on this thread please.

We only need the attendance for the one league match not the cup matches. Thanks

CTB

Cornwall Combination League

HOLMAN SC (Daniel Jewell, John McHanon) 2-2 HAYLE RESERVES (Simon Bevis 2)

Att - 20

League Cup

Supplementary Round Replay

PORTHLEVEN RESERVES (Aaron Collick 3, Tom Wadsworth) 4-1 ST AGNES (Jimmy Gazzard)

1st Round

PORTREATH (Adam Johns, Tom Blaber) 2-5 MULLION (Nick Slade 2, Dan Stidwell, Ben Stidwell, Rob Carey)

ILLOGAN RBL 0-1 ST JUST (Matt Gendall)

LUDGVAN (John Matthews) 1-6 PENZANCE RESERVES (Wade Brown 2, Bradley Wills 2, Ross Badcock, Liam Devine)

NEWQUAY RESERVES (Tom Taylor, Orrin Crowle) 2-1 ST DAY (Perran Cooke)

PERRANWELL (Scott Kinge 2, Matt Rose 2, TJ Wilson, Mike Brewer, Steve Brewer, Peter Brewer) 8-0 HELSTON ATHLETIC

PERRANPORTH (Justin Andrew 2, Dean Harris, Ian Gosling, Steve Rowson) 5-4 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES (Bryn Wheeler 3, Ryan Harris)

ST IVES TOWN (Darren Steadman 3, Simon Stevens 2) 5-0 RNAS CULDROSE

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Newquay 2 - 1 St Day

Newquay hosted St Day in the first round of the League Cup on a windy afternoon at Mount Wise. The first half was a fairly even affair and Newquay should have opened the scoring when great work from Orrin Crowle allowed Michael Rabone in at the far post and he volleyed over when well placed to score.

Newquay did take the lead when a left wing cross left from Matt Davis left the St Day defence in disarray, as Rabone and Crowle both retreated from an offside position, Jack Bevan and Tom Taylor both made runs from inside their own half, worked the ball around the St Day goalkeeper and Tom Taylor opened the scoring. A lengthy debate followed about the offside rule and the referee gave the goal. Thankfully that situation doesn't happen too often, however, St Day got back on level terms before half time when a similar situation led to Perran Cooke winning the ball in his own half and played the ball to himself. A St Day player managed to outpace him and despite two excellent saves from James Merrikin the ball dropped to Cooke who smashed the ball into the net via close range.

The first half ended fairly even, with Bevan and Rabone denied by some smart goalkeeping from St Day's number one. St Day also had a good chance when a header from their centre back was blocked en-route to goal.

The second half was very similar to the first, both sides had half chances but did not make the most of them. Newquay regained the lead mid-way through the second half when Michael Rabone picked up the ball on the right wing and launched a long throw into the box, Matt Davis flicked the ball on and Orrin Crowle nipped in at the far post and his shot just evaded the goalkeeper. Both sides continued to generate chances, James Merrikin had to react as Tom Rosenfeld stabbed the ball goalwards late on and Grant Russell made an excellent run past three St Day players, only for his goalbound effort to be smartly turned around the post by St Day's number one.

Both sides put a lot of effort in and it was a very close game. Credit to the St Day lads who are a top bunch of guys. The referee also deserves a mention, discussed decisions with players and also gave players a bit of a wake up call when getting a little carried away. He dealt with both goals in the first half in a very professional manner and handled the game very well. Thanks to Rafa for running the line too - top job.

Pasty's man of the match - Grant Russell.

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Portreath 2 Mullion 5

We were absolutley rubbish today & got what we deserved - nothing. Credit to Mullion. young side full of enthuiasm who wanted it more than us today. Thankfully this was a cup match so the result doesn't affect the league but we need to take a look at ourselves.

Well done Mullion but we'll put that behind us & look forward to next week.

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Perranporth scorers: Justin Andrew, Dean Harris, Ian Gosling, Steve Rowson. I don't know if the ref gave the other one to Justin Andrew or put it down as an OG

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Guest Helston Patriot

I support The Loons (Forfar Athletic). They beat my other team from Scotland, Brora Rangers today. I was on a win-win situation today.

what if it was a draw??

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Open up the link below.

http://www.comboleaguearchive.110mb.com/2008%20welcome.htm

Click on the link for the table to see the table after todays result.

Click on the link at the bottom of the page for league cup to see this year's cup so far.

I will update the rest of the site once I know the rest of the goal scorers, etc.

CTB

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Holmans 2 - 2 Hayle

Holmans Goalscorers

Daniel Jewell

John McMahon

attendence 20ish

An entertainining game at Blaythorne which saw both sides playing some good attractive football in windy conditions. A much depleted Holmans side due to work commitments and injuries found themselves against the wind in the 1st half to which Hayle took full advantage and were very lively upfront causing the Holmans defence lots of problems and found themselves 2-0 up at half time although a missed penalty from Nicky Medyln for the home side could have halved the scoreline

The 2nd half saw Holmans with the wind advantage and a tactical substitution at half time lined up with 3 upfront. Daniel Jewell on the 60th min made it 1-2 although was denied his 2nd a few min later due to a close offside decision. It wasn't until the 88th min when substitute John Mcmahon scrambled the ball over from 2 yards for the equaliser to share the points

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Guest Gears of War

Just 2 confirm perranwell scorers were scotty 2, rosey 2, mike brewer, jake harvey, tj wilson, pete brewer

ABLITERATION!!!!!!!!!!!!! :clapper:

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Guest Helston Patriot

Just 2 confirm perranwell scorers were scotty 2, rosey 2, mike brewer, jake harvey, tj wilson, pete brewer

ABLITERATION!!!!!!!!!!!!! :clapper:

Doesn't help that 2 of the back 4 didn't play, 7 players pissing up night bfore (standby those players), player sent off and one collasping during the game. So based on that it should of been an abliteration. Hopefully that was the kick up the ass the lads need. :angry2:

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Illogan-St Just.....Great free-kick winner from 25 yards from Matt Gendall to confound all the six forum predictors who had this one down as a home banker. Good game, lots of good stuff on the floor till Illogan panicked in the last twenty minutes and started launching it....never write off the Tinners on a rough day !

On a roll...bring on the Aggie !

:D :yahoo:

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