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FHFL 3 CUP

TRISPEN FC 11 LIZARD ARGYLE 0

MARK 'THE KING OF CORNISH FOOTBALL RAPPO' RASPSEY SCORES 5!!

WITH ONE OF HIS GOALS BEING A 27 YARD FREE KICK WITH THE OUTSIDE OF HIS RIGHT FOOT CURLING INTO THE TOP CORNER OF THE NEW BARGIN BLACK PREMEIR LEAGUE STANDARD NETS. A MASTERCLASS IN FINISHING FROM CORNWALLS ALL TIME TOP GOAL SCORER.IF HE CARRYS ON SCORING LIKE THIS WE'LL HAVE TO START CHARGING PEOPLE TO COME AND WATCH TRISPEN PLAY.

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FHFL 2

mawgan 2 culdrose 0

first half was well competed and mawgan broke the deadlock but the second half culdrose had some chances but couldnt put them away. mawgan scored a second and it was backs against the wall from then on. mawgan have a good side there and will get promoted this season for definate, good luck for the rest of the season boys.

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Barker Bowl 1st Round

Troon AFC 13 Marazion 0

Troon AFC went into this game full of confidence following last weeks 3-0 win at Camborne Park. With Dale Paull back in goal, We knew we didn't have to sit back and defend.

Straight from the off we wanted to grab this game by the scruff of the neck and to send a message out to all of our rivals. And I think that's exactly what we have done.

We attacked all game and did not allow Marazion to create any chance. Although they did have a shot saved off the line by Paul Carter and Scott Smeeth late on in the 2nd half.

I cannot remember exactly how many each person got but I will give it a try.

Mikey Catteral: 5

Luke Hart: 1

Simon Opie: 1

Gareth Honer: 1

David Bartlam 1

Richie Ward: 2

Richard Scott: 2? (I think, Its either that or Wardy got 3)

Goal of the game canditates:

Simon opie Running from centre back all the way up into the penalty area to smash a volley in from 15 yards

Richard Scoring Scott running round 3 people and chipping the ball into top right

Dave Bartlam scoring from 22yards after some fancy footwork, Precisely shooting into the top left corner. (Can only be one winner, so unlucky lads) :P lol

I believe that Marazion have had a few knockbacks regarding there Falmouth 2 side, so I think that we played half of there fal2 side and half there mining 3. But I would like to see, as flattering as the scoreline suggests, We all had to put in a good performance and work hard. All credit to Marazion who had a great attitude and didn't give up. We all wish you the best of luck for the future.

I thik your average age was about 20? You seemed a very youthful side so I dont think you should worry too much about today. You done well. Good luck for the rest of the season :thumbsup:

Dale Paull

Scott Smeeth Luke Hart Simon Opie (For Peter Williams h/t) Paul Carter

Dave Bartlam Richard Scott Tim Kitchen (For Dan h/t) Gareth Honer

Richie Ward Mikey Catteral

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Perranwell 1-1 Pendeen

A late stone wall Pen give Perran the draw!!

Listen m8 the game as gone so i ain't gonna cry over it!! :angry::angry:

But the fact you have raised the fact it was a stone wall pen...just shows how much it wasn't & the ref was a shocking!saying "he didn't see the challenge clearly so had to give it & talking to are lino & then having the cheek not to listen!

But that ain't Perran's fault and yea all teams would like a gift like that pen!!Look forward to the return & good luck4the rest of your season :c:

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Lockhart Cup

Mousehole 3 - 1 Holmans

Holmans Goalscorer

Neil Pitt

Another dissapointing cup result ending Holmans who were lockhart cup finalists last season participation in all the league cups and junior cup in the 1st round (Not a gr8 statistic)

Mousehole started the brighter of the two sides with some slick passing on an excellent surface for this time of year and the first goal came from a set piece for the home side in the 25th min when some slack marking allowed the mousehole skipper so much time he managed to control the ball have a cup of tea read the paper and then calmly slot it in the back of the net. The home side scored a belter 5 min later from 25 yards out and although Holmans keeper Adam Batchelor had made an unfortunate slip at the wrong time as the ball screamed over his head the shot would probably have gone in anyway.

Holmans started to play a lot better once 2-0 down and 5 minutes before the interval Keiran Rowe took a shot from 18 yards out i tried to get out of the way but it skimmed my chest to deflect into the top left hand corner (and yes i am claiming it!!!)

2-1 at half time the game was still in the balance however neither side was able to convert any chances with the Holmans strikers of Mark Mitchell and Neil Pitt guilty of missing some golden opportunities to draw the game level.

Mouseholes 3rd goal to seal the win was slightly controversial as their striker had been injured and asked to leave the field of play and when allowed on the pitch entered deep in the Holmans half and unmarked. a quick through ball found him in loads of space to go through and score (should he have rejoined at the halfway line hmmmm or maybe we were a bit naive not too push up to halfway....incident over)

Full time whistle 3-1 to the home side and good luck to them in the next round. A well contested game that didnt deserve the 5 yellows the ref dished out :SM_carton_y:

Holmans are a depleted side to the team that started the season so well but with the league programme restarting next week and still only 3 points off the top need to put the recent poor form behind them. Bouncebackability being the key word!!!

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Lockhart Cup

Mousehole 3 - 1 Holmans

Holmans Goalscorer

Neil Pitt

Another dissapointing cup result ending Holmans who were lockhart cup finalists last season participation in all the league cups and junior cup in the 1st round (Not a gr8 statistic)

Mousehole started the brighter of the two sides with some slick passing on an excellent surface for this time of year and the first goal came from a set piece for the home side in the 25th min when some slack marking allowed the mousehole skipper so much time he managed to control the ball have a cup of tea read the paper and then calmly slot it in the back of the net. The home side scored a belter 5 min later from 25 yards out and although Holmans keeper Adam Batchelor had made an unfortunate slip at the wrong time as the ball screamed over his head the shot would probably have gone in anyway.

Holmans started to play a lot better once 2-0 down and 5 minutes before the interval Keiran Rowe took a shot from 18 yards out i tried to get out of the way but it skimmed my chest to deflect into the top left hand corner (and yes i am claiming it!!!)

2-1 at half time the game was still in the balance however neither side was able to convert any chances with the Holmans strikers of Mark Mitchell and Neil Pitt guilty of missing some golden opportunities to draw the game level.

Mouseholes 3rd goal to seal the win was slightly controversial as their striker had been injured and asked to leave the field of play and when allowed on the pitch entered deep in the Holmans half and unmarked. a quick through ball found him in loads of space to go through and score (should he have rejoined at the halfway line hmmmm or maybe we were a bit naive not too push up to halfway....incident over)

Full time whistle 3-1 to the home side and good luck to them in the next round. A well contested game that didnt deserve the 5 yellows the ref dished out :SM_carton_y:

Holmans are a depleted side to the team that started the season so well but with the league programme restarting next week and still only 3 points off the top need to put the recent poor form behind them. Bouncebackability being the key word!!!

Well said Pitty

Mousehole Scorers: Matt Williams

James Franklin

Kyle Bickmore

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To be fair the Ref was poor for both sides yesterday(Perranwell v Pendeen) When a Ref is moaning about how white or not so white the lines are, you know your going to be in for a long afternoon!!!

Well said M8 :angry2: and i know we are meant2be glad that we have a ref ..but so gutted to be 1up with what must be 10mins to go and the ref pulls that outta of the bag!! :angry::angry: but i gotta admit both set's of players were still managing a crack between themselves :clapper: :clapper:

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Lockhart Cup

Chacewater vs Falmouth Athletic Postponed

Falmouth Town vs St Day 9 - 1

Mousehole vs Holman SC 3 - 1

Truro City vs Mawnan Postponed

Barker Bowl

Constantine vs Carharrack 4 - 1

Frogpool/Cusgarne vs Lanner 3 - 2

Hayle vs Lizard Argyle 6 - 0

Rosudgeon/Kenneggy vs Camborne Park ????

Troon vs Marazion Blues 13 - 0

Wendron vs Porthleven Rangers ????

Terry Jennings Cup

Carharrack vs Stithians 5-4

Penryn Athletic vs Cury Postponed

Ruan Minor vs Constantine ????

Trispen vs Lizard Argyle 11 - 0

Division 1

Falmouth Albion vs Penryn Athletic 1 - 0

Perranwell vs Pendeen Rovers 1 - 1

Stithians vs St Keverne 0 - 2

Division 2

Mawgan United vs RNAS Culdrose 2 - 0

Mawnan vs Perranporth 5 - 2

Division 3

Mullion vs Wendron 4 - 3

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Barker Bowl

Wendren 3 Rangers 4

Played in a mud bath. Game was held up for 30min in first half waiting on an ambulance for Ed Rourke (Rangers) who is now in a pot from hip to ankle. Busted ligament by all accounts in what was his good knee.

Just for once the Referee was pretty dam good and thats even after sending one of ours off. :thumbsup:

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Apologies for the late report:

Mullion res 4 Wendron IV 3 HT 1-1

Very open and entertaining game played on Mullions main pitch, which i'd like to add was a lovely playing surface, credit to the groundsman.

Was a very physical game, bit too physical at times, alot of things going unpunished by the ref, but thought he did well overall. Mullions front line worked us very well, and caught us on the break in the first half for the goal. We responded quickly with a goal after working a wide freekick into the box. After halftime the game became more open and stretched, Mullion socring again before we relpied. Then Mullion went into a 2 goal lead, and for the last ten minutes we gave it everything, making for a few close calls for us at the back, but we managed to get one back, then threw everyone forward for the last 5, the Mullion keeper making 2 good saves from corners to deny us the equaliser. The last couple of minutes saw a little bit of handbags, the ref booking a player from each team for it, also a couple of 'challenges' that borderlined assault went unpunished, but apart from that a good game of football with Mullion probably deserving of the win, although we feel we should have at least drawn

Scorers: Ryan Lewis, Ricky wicks, Neil Bartlett

No game for the dron this weekend, next game is Penryn :thumbsup:

Pete

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The Packet ©

NOT all games managed to beat the waether in the Whirwind Sports Falmouth-Helston League, but several cup games were played.

Falmouth Town III demolished St Day Res 9-1 and Mousehole Res pulled off a surprise 3-1 win against Holmans. Matt Williams, James Franklin and Kyle Bickmore had the goals. Neil Pitt scored for Holmans.

In the Barker Bowl Constantine ran out 4-1 winners against Carharrack and Frogpool/Cusgarne edged out Lanner 3-2 after extra time with goals from Andy Symons, Dan Hutchens and Nick Lassiter.

In division two Hayle thumped Lizard Argyle 6-0 and although Stu Hull and Matt Woodward scored for Camborne Park they were beaten 4-2 at Rosudgeon/Kenneggy.

Troon Res trounced Marazion 13-0 with Mike Catteral (5), Luke Hart, Simon Opie, Gareth Horner, David Bartlam, Richie Ward (2) and Richard Scott (2) scoring their goals.

In the Terry Jennings Cup Cararrack Res won 5-4 against Stithians Res while Ruan Minor won 3-1 against Constantine Res and Trispen won 11-0 against Lizard Argyle Res.

In a division one local derby David Williams scored the winner in Falmouth Albion’s 1-0 win against Penryn Athletic III and Ryan Thomas scored from a penalty for Perranwell Res in their 1-1 draw with Pendeen.

St Keverne picked up useful points from their 2-0 win at Stithians with goals from Alan Thomas and Steve Hosking.

Stuart McVey scored both goals in the Mawgan United’s 2-0 win against RNAS Culdrose in division two and Mawnan Res won 5-2 against Perranporth Res after scoring through Shaun Rickard, Ben Lenderyou, Chris Pellow (2) and Andrew Julian. Steve Walters and Josh Gregory had Perran’s goals.

In division three Ben Tossell, Sean Haskell, Ben Powell, and Daniel Reed netted for Mullion Res in their 4-3 win against Wendron IV and St Day III won 4-2 against Hayle IV.

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Taken from Rangers Website - Link

15/11/08

FHFL Barker Bowl

Porthleven Rangers 5 Wendron 2

This week Rangers entertained Wendron in a Div 2 fixture. This was to prove to be a somewhat interesting game for Rangers who finished with just 9 serviceable players on the pitch.

The young Wendron side started this game very brightly and within the opening minutes had several good chances to go ahead but failed to find the net when it mattered most. As the half went on Rangers settled and started to play some better football. When Gavin Gums Perraton put them one up it was no real surprise and it did seem to rock Wendron. This first goal was soon followed by a second this time it was Gums who turned provider when he laid in his strike partner for the day TT Hichens, who calmed himself before lifting the ball passed the advancing keeper with another fine shinner.

Wendron refused to crumble in this game and thought they had pulled one back before the half from a well taken free kick. However the Ref had blown up after a Wendron forward stood offside jumping around like a jack in the box trying to distract the keeper. A decision that the Wendron lineman was not best pleased with to say the least.

The second half was again a close run affair and Wendron were again all up in arms early on this time baying for a penalty, Which was duly granted unfortunately the young man could only hit the post but then slotted home the rebound. Again however the Goal was ruled offside this time for the young man playing the ball twice. Again the Wendron players had to have the rules explained to them.

Rangers were still however not out of the woods and were soon reduced to 10 men after a series of tackles flew in. This gave Wendron a real lift and when they did appeared to be clean through they were called back for what appeared a very harsh offside decision. This again brought dismay to the Wendron players who by now thought nothing would go there way. Finally they did however get on the score sheet after getting in behind the rangers back line to slot home and now they pushed looking for the equaliser. This however left them exposed at the back and when Gums added his second the two goal lead was restored.

Rangers a man down worked hard but their next goal was a gift from the Wendron Keeper. Rangers midfielder Old Mother Hubbard fired in a speculative effort from well out which he completely miss hit but somehow it got underneath the keeper and nestled into the net.

The game however still had plenty in it and shortly after the Wendron forwards found themselves in on goal again. The Rangers keeper Grampa Wortley and the on rushing forward clashed in the box and the ball rolled in. This goal was not bad enough for Rangers but worse was the loss of Gramps who was caught by a stray boot (who has since had 8 stitches in a nasty gash just below his knee). With all the Subs already on Rangers were now down to 9 men. The only thing in their favour was the fact that Young Barth Wortley took up the gloves un-be known to Wendron he was a former county youth keeper. They were somewhat surprised when with the ball in hand he unleashed the ball down field clear over the defenders heads where Gums Perraton took advantage and he coolly picked out No Dice Bruno in the box who on debut who slotted home.

The end of the game saw Rangers run out 5 - 2 winners but neither side would feel that the breaks went their way today. In all honesty this had been a game at the beginning that had been played in a good spirit but like the weather had deteriorated as time went on.

Just to make things interesting next week Rangers travel to Wendron in the Cup. Lets hope that next weeks game doesn’t have a hang over from this one.

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