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Division 1

Illogan 5 Halsetown 2

The scoreline does'nt really reflect how close this match was, as with only 20 minutes to go the away side were 2-1 up against Mining League leaders Illogan!

Both keepers made excellent save's, but in pacticular Shaun Carter was outstanding in denying Halsetown the chance to increase their lead on several occasions!

Illogan scorers were Curly 2, Jeb Martin 1, Johnny Jones (pen) and Barry Penfold!

The home side were'nt at their best but had the superior fitness to come through in the end, and a great effort from the visitors who contributed to an extremely entertaining match :clapper:

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Newlyn NA 3 - 2 Titans

Poor display from Newlyn, with Titans probably deserving more from the match.

After taking a 1-0 lead through a great John Kerrison strike, Newlyn went to pieces and Titans took a 1-2 lead into half-time.

Daniel Jackson equalised just after half-time, and then it became a middle of the park battle on our terrible pitch. After some great stops from both keepers, it looked like a draw was on the cards, before for the second week running Newlyn scored very late with William Wiltshire grabbing the winner.

A much improved Titans side from the two previous encounters, and Newlyn look tired after last week's epic encounter with SOM. But still, a win's a win, and bar the big bloke on the sidelines who was calling us a load of sh**, a good bunch of lads.

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Mining 3

Redruth Utd Res 0 - 0 Heamoor

Great game played in great spirit, how we didn't win this by mile I will never Know we battered them second half and missed a hatfull of chances but all credit to Heamoor they never gave up battling and are a much better team than earlier in the season, and a mention for their keeper who was outstanding and one save was one of the best i have seen for a very long time. Great to be back playing after 4 months out, but 90mins nearly killed me roll on next week

Good luck to heamoor for the rest of the season

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Mining div 3

Redruth utd 0 - Heamoor 0

Both teams gave there all but just couldn't find the net today. Heamoor look a much improved side now and seem to be much more solid at the back. Malcolm Sabine had a good game in the centre of defense for Heamoor clearing anything that come near the Away teams box. If we keep playing with the commitment weve shown in the last 2 games Heamoor will not be in the bottom 3 at the end of the season. :clapper:

Good luck to both sides for the future! :smiley20:

MOM: Matt Spencer (Heamoor) :thumbsup:

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Threemilestone 4-1 St.Just (HT 4-0)

Threemilestone making the most of the wind went in 4-0 up, 3 of them gifts from the St.Just side.

Second half, St.Just played alot better, and managed to win the 2nd half thanks to a Jack Willis goal, but still an overall poor game from 2 poor sides.

And then to cap it all, theres nothing better than driving 30 miles, to change in a public toilet that is the size of the boot of your car, to have no showers, and to then drive home covered in mud!!

These facilities are a shambles, and may be expected in Mining League 3, but not Mining League 1.

This is not an attack on any of the players, as this is out of their hands, but as Threemilestone as a club, they seriosly have got to sort out their facilities!!

Thank God that we are lucky enough to only have to play here once a season, and not every other week like they do!

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PENDEEN ROVERS 0 WENDRON UTD V 2 :yahoo:

I would like thank Pendeen for a hard fought game on a beautifully sunny, but very windy day. The first half was a torid affair with both teams having some good chances, with both keepers making excellent stops to keep their teams in the game.

The second started with wendron dominating in the mid field and making all the plays forward. Only some unlucky finishing preventing wendron taking the lead.

Then along came super sub Dan Henderson, (First game back since breaking his jaw before christmas), running on too some defence splitting through balls to put the ball in the back of the net, not once, but twice to seal another well deserved win for wendron.

Good luck to Pendeen for the rest of the season

MOM Kieran Cocks (WENDRON) :clapper:

NIK NAC :drink:

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Threemilestone 4-1 St.Just (HT 4-0)

Threemilestone making the most of the wind went in 4-0 up, 3 of them gifts from the St.Just side.

Second half, St.Just played alot better, and managed to win the 2nd half thanks to a Jack Willis goal, but still an overall poor game from 2 poor sides.

And then to cap it all, theres nothing better than driving 30 miles, to change in a public toilet that is the size of the boot of your car, to have no showers, and to then drive home covered in mud!!

These facilities are a shambles, and may be expected in Mining League 3, but not Mining League 1.

This is not an attack on any of the players, as this is out of their hands, but as Threemilestone as a club, they seriosly have got to sort out their facilities!!

Thank God that we are lucky enough to only have to play here once a season, and not every other week like they do!

If your are after a bite then you have succeeded , I will talk about the game in a moment but reference our facilities, unfortunately we do not have a sugar daddy or any other type of benefactor to help us to improve our facilities at the club. The changing rooms are small but they are the best the club can provide at the moment, they are alot better than what was in place before when I first arrived back in 1995, so the club are trying to go forward. The ground that we play on is parish therefore the clubs hands are tied when it comes to improving the changing rooms. As with most local authorities money is tight. We as a club not only maintain the pitch provide the goals and upkeep the changing rooms we are also at present trying, to along with the parish, to secure funds through grants to build a new changing facility. The club also work hard to raise funds for not only the club but for charity as well.

With this in mind I am getting a little bit tired by comments from clubs who have money pumped into by individuals so they can have good facilities or from clubs who have senior sides therefore are expected to have better facilities than those of junior standing. Threemilestone work hard behind the scenes to try to improve what we have, as do many smaller village sides who have to rely on the goodwill of their parish councils for their facilites. The game went ahead yesterday because the club took the time over the friday and Saturday to make sure the pitch was up to scatch (4 hours hard work), as many clubs will know TMS pitch does have a problem with drainage which the club is hoping to address in the summer.

Regarding the match. In regards to the comment from "2 poor sides" obviously you were watching a slightly different game from me. Threemilestone although understrength due to injuries and work committments played some really good football and should have notched up double figures, however, our finishing is not the best at the moment and four goals to one flattered St Just who worked hard but struggled to get to grips with the game especially when the ball was kept on the deck. The second half saw the homeside miss several chances and St Just did improve with their goal coming because of some confusion when we had to change formation due to one of the players feeling unwell. (Damn wind - couldn't hear the instructions being passed.) Goalscorers for TMS, Marc Taylor (3), Dan Taylor.

Stones Man of the Match: Dan Taylor.

Rant over with best of luck to St Just for the rest of the season. :D

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No disrespect to the sides in question, but how did wendron beat pendeen??? Pendeen have some really solid players and have a really good striker, unless wendron have signed some new players?

And what has happened to Gulval???? i watched them 3 or 4 weeks ago and they looked brilliant when they played Cornish new boys but they have started slipping up to weaker sides recently!!

There really is some weird results going on in Mining 3 :blink:

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Illogan 6- 2 Halsetown

Fair summing up by Geogie earlier in the thread, we never really got going until last 20 when we knocked in 5 goals in 10 minutes.

Halsetown never stopped working and made it difficult for us but think the quality we have in the squad told in the end. Scoreline a bit flattering but 3 points is 3 points.

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Threemilestone 4-1 St.Just (HT 4-0)

Threemilestone making the most of the wind went in 4-0 up, 3 of them gifts from the St.Just side.

Second half, St.Just played alot better, and managed to win the 2nd half thanks to a Jack Willis goal, but still an overall poor game from 2 poor sides.

And then to cap it all, theres nothing better than driving 30 miles, to change in a public toilet that is the size of the boot of your car, to have no showers, and to then drive home covered in mud!!

These facilities are a shambles, and may be expected in Mining League 3, but not Mining League 1.

This is not an attack on any of the players, as this is out of their hands, but as Threemilestone as a club, they seriosly have got to sort out their facilities!!

Thank God that we are lucky enough to only have to play here once a season, and not every other week like they do!

If your are after a bite then you have succeeded , I will talk about the game in a moment but reference our facilities, unfortunately we do not have a sugar daddy or any other type of benefactor to help us to improve our facilities at the club. The changing rooms are small but they are the best the club can provide at the moment, they are alot better than what was in place before when I first arrived back in 1995, so the club are trying to go forward. The ground that we play on is parish therefore the clubs hands are tied when it comes to improving the changing rooms. As with most local authorities money is tight. We as a club not only maintain the pitch provide the goals and upkeep the changing rooms we are also at present trying, to along with the parish, to secure funds through grants to build a new changing facility. The club also work hard to raise funds for not only the club but for charity as well.

With this in mind I am getting a little bit tired by comments from clubs who have money pumped into by individuals so they can have good facilities or from clubs who have senior sides therefore are expected to have better facilities than those of junior standing. Threemilestone work hard behind the scenes to try to improve what we have, as do many smaller village sides who have to rely on the goodwill of their parish councils for their facilites. The game went ahead yesterday because the club took the time over the friday and Saturday to make sure the pitch was up to scatch (4 hours hard work), as many clubs will know TMS pitch does have a problem with drainage which the club is hoping to address in the summer.

Regarding the match. In regards to the comment from "2 poor sides" obviously you were watching a slightly different game from me. Threemilestone although understrength due to injuries and work committments played some really good football and should have notched up double figures, however, our finishing is not the best at the moment and four goals to one flattered St Just who worked hard but struggled to get to grips with the game especially when the ball was kept on the deck. The second half saw the homeside miss several chances and St Just did improve with their goal coming because of some confusion when we had to change formation due to one of the players feeling unwell. (Damn wind - couldn't hear the instructions being passed.) Goalscorers for TMS, Marc Taylor (3), Dan Taylor.

Stones Man of the Match: Dan Taylor.

Rant over with best of luck to St Just for the rest of the season. :D

I would like to say we respect the effort put in by the members/players of Threemilestone, who got the pitch to an adequat playing surface, considering the rain and snow earlier on that week! But our main gripe is that you let us drive 34 miles knowing that you didn't have one shower available with hot, or even luke warm water. It is very difficult to be able to stop and go into a pub, or back into the opposing teams clubhouse, whilst still covered from head to toe in mud!!

If these showers, or even one shower, are not available, then the game should not be played, or the opposing team are told in advance that any form of warm water will not be available, so that they could make other arangements e.g go swimming at the leisure centre, visit your gran in truro that you haven't seen for 3 years, or pay the £3 to walk through the car wash!! :thumbsup:

At Threemilestone, surely there must be a school with excellent facilities that could be made available for hire (similar to Trevenson & Newlyn NA), so that the teams are in 2009 and not 1959!!

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Illogan 6- 2 Halsetown

Fair summing up by Geogie earlier in the thread, we never really got going until last 20 when we knocked in 5 goals in 10 minutes.

Halsetown never stopped working and made it difficult for us but think the quality we have in the squad told in the end. Scoreline a bit flattering but 3 points is 3 points.

I did'nt want to mention the three one on one's with the keeper you missed Gareth :thumbsup:

And I missed a goal somewhere, Sorry :wacko:

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Threemilestone 4-1 St.Just (HT 4-0)

Threemilestone making the most of the wind went in 4-0 up, 3 of them gifts from the St.Just side.

Second half, St.Just played alot better, and managed to win the 2nd half thanks to a Jack Willis goal, but still an overall poor game from 2 poor sides.

And then to cap it all, theres nothing better than driving 30 miles, to change in a public toilet that is the size of the boot of your car, to have no showers, and to then drive home covered in mud!!

These facilities are a shambles, and may be expected in Mining League 3, but not Mining League 1.

This is not an attack on any of the players, as this is out of their hands, but as Threemilestone as a club, they seriosly have got to sort out their facilities!!

Thank God that we are lucky enough to only have to play here once a season, and not every other week like they do!

If your are after a bite then you have succeeded , I will talk about the game in a moment but reference our facilities, unfortunately we do not have a sugar daddy or any other type of benefactor to help us to improve our facilities at the club. The changing rooms are small but they are the best the club can provide at the moment, they are alot better than what was in place before when I first arrived back in 1995, so the club are trying to go forward. The ground that we play on is parish therefore the clubs hands are tied when it comes to improving the changing rooms. As with most local authorities money is tight. We as a club not only maintain the pitch provide the goals and upkeep the changing rooms we are also at present trying, to along with the parish, to secure funds through grants to build a new changing facility. The club also work hard to raise funds for not only the club but for charity as well.

With this in mind I am getting a little bit tired by comments from clubs who have money pumped into by individuals so they can have good facilities or from clubs who have senior sides therefore are expected to have better facilities than those of junior standing. Threemilestone work hard behind the scenes to try to improve what we have, as do many smaller village sides who have to rely on the goodwill of their parish councils for their facilites. The game went ahead yesterday because the club took the time over the friday and Saturday to make sure the pitch was up to scatch (4 hours hard work), as many clubs will know TMS pitch does have a problem with drainage which the club is hoping to address in the summer.

Regarding the match. In regards to the comment from "2 poor sides" obviously you were watching a slightly different game from me. Threemilestone although understrength due to injuries and work committments played some really good football and should have notched up double figures, however, our finishing is not the best at the moment and four goals to one flattered St Just who worked hard but struggled to get to grips with the game especially when the ball was kept on the deck. The second half saw the homeside miss several chances and St Just did improve with their goal coming because of some confusion when we had to change formation due to one of the players feeling unwell. (Damn wind - couldn't hear the instructions being passed.) Goalscorers for TMS, Marc Taylor (3), Dan Taylor.

Stones Man of the Match: Dan Taylor.

Rant over with best of luck to St Just for the rest of the season. :D

I would like to say we respect the effort put in by the members/players of Threemilestone, who got the pitch to an adequat playing surface, considering the rain and snow earlier on that week! But our main gripe is that you let us drive 34 miles knowing that you didn't have one shower available with hot, or even luke warm water. It is very difficult to be able to stop and go into a pub, or back into the opposing teams clubhouse, whilst still covered from head to toe in mud!!

If these showers, or even one shower, are not available, then the game should not be played, or the opposing team are told in advance that any form of warm water will not be available, so that they could make other arangements e.g go swimming at the leisure centre, visit your gran in truro that you haven't seen for 3 years, or pay the £3 to walk through the car wash!! :thumbsup:

At Threemilestone, surely there must be a school with excellent facilities that could be made available for hire (similar to Trevenson & Newlyn NA), so that the teams are in 2009 and not 1959!!

Get a life... You play junior football... What's wrong with a cold shower.. Man up you woman.. TMS'S pitch and facility's are good.(In my opinion.)

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Threemilestone 4-1 St.Just (HT 4-0)

Threemilestone making the most of the wind went in 4-0 up, 3 of them gifts from the St.Just side.

Second half, St.Just played alot better, and managed to win the 2nd half thanks to a Jack Willis goal, but still an overall poor game from 2 poor sides.

And then to cap it all, theres nothing better than driving 30 miles, to change in a public toilet that is the size of the boot of your car, to have no showers, and to then drive home covered in mud!!

These facilities are a shambles, and may be expected in Mining League 3, but not Mining League 1.

This is not an attack on any of the players, as this is out of their hands, but as Threemilestone as a club, they seriosly have got to sort out their facilities!!

Thank God that we are lucky enough to only have to play here once a season, and not every other week like they do!

If your are after a bite then you have succeeded , I will talk about the game in a moment but reference our facilities, unfortunately we do not have a sugar daddy or any other type of benefactor to help us to improve our facilities at the club. The changing rooms are small but they are the best the club can provide at the moment, they are alot better than what was in place before when I first arrived back in 1995, so the club are trying to go forward. The ground that we play on is parish therefore the clubs hands are tied when it comes to improving the changing rooms. As with most local authorities money is tight. We as a club not only maintain the pitch provide the goals and upkeep the changing rooms we are also at present trying, to along with the parish, to secure funds through grants to build a new changing facility. The club also work hard to raise funds for not only the club but for charity as well.

With this in mind I am getting a little bit tired by comments from clubs who have money pumped into by individuals so they can have good facilities or from clubs who have senior sides therefore are expected to have better facilities than those of junior standing. Threemilestone work hard behind the scenes to try to improve what we have, as do many smaller village sides who have to rely on the goodwill of their parish councils for their facilites. The game went ahead yesterday because the club took the time over the friday and Saturday to make sure the pitch was up to scatch (4 hours hard work), as many clubs will know TMS pitch does have a problem with drainage which the club is hoping to address in the summer.

Regarding the match. In regards to the comment from "2 poor sides" obviously you were watching a slightly different game from me. Threemilestone although understrength due to injuries and work committments played some really good football and should have notched up double figures, however, our finishing is not the best at the moment and four goals to one flattered St Just who worked hard but struggled to get to grips with the game especially when the ball was kept on the deck. The second half saw the homeside miss several chances and St Just did improve with their goal coming because of some confusion when we had to change formation due to one of the players feeling unwell. (Damn wind - couldn't hear the instructions being passed.) Goalscorers for TMS, Marc Taylor (3), Dan Taylor.

Stones Man of the Match: Dan Taylor.

Rant over with best of luck to St Just for the rest of the season. :D

I would like to say we respect the effort put in by the members/players of Threemilestone, who got the pitch to an adequat playing surface, considering the rain and snow earlier on that week! But our main gripe is that you let us drive 34 miles knowing that you didn't have one shower available with hot, or even luke warm water. It is very difficult to be able to stop and go into a pub, or back into the opposing teams clubhouse, whilst still covered from head to toe in mud!!

If these showers, or even one shower, are not available, then the game should not be played, or the opposing team are told in advance that any form of warm water will not be available, so that they could make other arangements e.g go swimming at the leisure centre, visit your gran in truro that you haven't seen for 3 years, or pay the £3 to walk through the car wash!! :thumbsup:

At Threemilestone, surely there must be a school with excellent facilities that could be made available for hire (similar to Trevenson & Newlyn NA), so that the teams are in 2009 and not 1959!!

Get a life... You play junior football... What's wrong with a cold shower.. Man up you woman.. TMS'S pitch and facility's are good.(In my opinion.)

being honest, the changing facilities are not good because you can only fit in 6 players at a time and there is one cold shower!!

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newlyn na 3 titans 2. h/t 1-2

what do we have to do to win a game, apart from a 10 minute spell after half time we more than held our own against a newlyn team that everyone is predicting will maybe win the league and beat us 9-0 in january.

on a very heavy pitch both teams played some very good football.our first goal was started by our goalie and after about 7 passes adam james chipped the keeper from outside the box. our second came after a period of pressure and unfortunately for newlyns keeper who lost his footing and let the ball cross the line as he was falling but it was no more than we deserved.adam james is claiming the goal but we will leave it to the dubious goals panel to decide :D. at the start of the second half newlyn were fired up and came at us with all guns blazing one of our defenders said after the game he thought they had 13 players on the field :wacko: no surprises that newlyn equalised. for the rest of the game both teams were evenly matched. until near the end a big goal mouth scramble ensued and a newlyn player shot hitting our defender in the face and bounced down to one of the forwards feet for him to blast it in the roof of the net.game over.

our problem is we have forgotten how to win a game, the frustating thing is we are playing some good football. all the best to newlyn for the rest of the season and good luck with your push for promotion.

our next game away to crown inn glory on the same pitch, that will be the third time this year. by the way whoever designed those changing rooms needs shooting when you turn on the showers the water runs right through to the front door <_<

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Illogan 6- 2 Halsetown

Fair summing up by Geogie earlier in the thread, we never really got going until last 20 when we knocked in 5 goals in 10 minutes.

Halsetown never stopped working and made it difficult for us but think the quality we have in the squad told in the end. Scoreline a bit flattering but 3 points is 3 points.

I did'nt want to mention the three one on one's with the keeper you missed Gareth :thumbsup:

And I missed a goal somewhere, Sorry :wacko:

Ha ha thanks Geogie I tend to leave those bits of info out of any write ups as well.

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Mining 3 Ludgvan 8/9 Madron 1

HT 2-0

We were finally able to play a game!!! the recent weather has made a real mess of Ludgvans pitch all credit to our groundsman for getting it marked and playable.

Ludgvan dominated this match playing some great passing football at one point in the first half I counted 24 passes before Madron got near the ball. We missed some chances and could have been 4 nil up at half time. Madrons first team game was cancelled and they dropped 4-5 players down but it didn't make a difference.

Madron came out well after half time but a quick goal from Jamie Mooney killed off any chances of a revival and once the 4th and 5th goals were scored Madron fell to pieces.

Madrons best player by far was their forward he worked hard all game for little reward.

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Mining 3 Ludgvan 8/9 Madron 1

Was it 8 or 9?

Any results from:

Division 2:

Halsetown vs Mousehole

Holmans vs Goonhavern

Sennen vs Crown Inn Glory

Division 3:

Marazion Blues vs St Ives Mariners

Trevenson United vs Storm

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your playing in poor changing rooms because your ability most probs are poor im sure if you raise your game and get abit better you can play combo and you wont ever have to worry about playing at tms again.......im sure you have several players that have played at tms before did you not care to ask them if the changing rooms and showers were up to scratch? and when your team drops a league next season i would watch out because believe it or not there are worse grounds and changing rooms then what we have here at tms!!

:o glad i got that out!! :clapper:

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Mining 3 Ludgvan 8/9 Madron 1

HT 2-0

We were finally able to play a game!!! the recent weather has made a real mess of Ludgvans pitch all credit to our groundsman for getting it marked and playable.

Ludgvan dominated this match playing some great passing football at one point in the first half I counted 24 passes before Madron got near the ball. We missed some chances and could have been 4 nil up at half time. Madrons first team game was cancelled and they dropped 4-5 players down but it didn't make a difference.

Madron came out well after half time but a quick goal from Jamie Mooney killed off any chances of a revival and once the 4th and 5th goals were scored Madron fell to pieces.

Madrons best player by far was their forward he worked hard all game for little reward.

Popped down to see ludgvans pitch when the game was call off against us.My God it was probably the greenest plushest pitch in the whole of Cornwall, was a little damp but far from unplayable.

No disrespect to the sides in question, but how did wendron beat pendeen??? Pendeen have some really solid players and have a really good striker, unless wendron have signed some new players?

And what has happened to Gulval???? i watched them 3 or 4 weeks ago and they looked brilliant when they played Cornish new boys but they have started slipping up to weaker sides recently!!

There really is some weird results going on in Mining 3 :blink:

Gulval played Cornish Newboys in Football. I witnessed the rugby match but never the football.

Newlyn NA 2 Cornish New Boys 2 - Div 3

Good game nice bunch of lads, shame about the second ref who came on 15mins from the end. Spoiled a nice afternoon for everyone. Enough said........................................................

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Mining 3 - Ludgvan 9 Madron 1

Ludgvan scorers:

Liam Mooney 4, AKA 4, Dale 1

Gaff

"Popped down to see ludgvans pitch when the game was call off against us.My God it was probably the greenest plushest pitch in the whole of Cornwall, was a little damp but far from unplayable."

Lol a little damp must be the understatement of the year the pitch was virtually flooded I was checking it every day upto the saturday and from thursday onwards it was completely waterlogged, believe me after the amount of stick I have been taking from Alex pete and Tony about the first game we played against you nobody wanted to play that game more than me!

We are looking forward to playing you. :thumbsup:

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Hello all, Im new to this site so bear with me if i mess up at all!!

Just wanted to add my teams result and report from Saturday:

Mining 2 - Holmans 5-2 Goonhavern

Goonhavern's form continued to stutter on saturday, despite starting with a new formation that sounded like the manager had been playing on football manager too much!

We (Goonhavern) started well enough, and were 2-0 up at half time, but then the wheels spectacularly fell off.

The number 10, a very useful player, scored a wonderful goal to bring it back to 2-1, skinning a couple of our players, then hitting the ball with the outside of his right foot into the top corner from 25 yards.

Holmans proceeded to fire in 4 more goals, without giving us hardly a sniff, and I just want to praise them for the way their heads didnt drop and they kept fighting, rather unlike us unfortunately.

Would wish Holmans good luck, but I'll do that after Saturday when we face you again!!

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Gaff.?? Ludgvan's pitch may LOOK green, but it can be a soft as butter...Boots stick, knee turns. leg buggered.?

And as for the "rugby " match you witnessed at Gulval.?.LOL . How did we manage to win it 2-0 ? Minimum score in that game is 3 points. No tries, no convertions, just a good old game of football.

Cheers bud :thumbsup:

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Mining 3 - Ludgvan 9 Madron 1

Ludgvan scorers:

Liam Mooney 4, AKA 4, Dale 1

Gaff

"Popped down to see ludgvans pitch when the game was call off against us.My God it was probably the greenest plushest pitch in the whole of Cornwall, was a little damp but far from unplayable."

Lol a little damp must be the understatement of the year the pitch was virtually flooded I was checking it every day upto the saturday and from thursday onwards it was completely waterlogged, believe me after the amount of stick I have been taking from Alex pete and Tony about the first game we played against you nobody wanted to play that game more than me!

We are looking forward to playing you. :thumbsup:

The way we are playing you might see the 17 goals backs. Alex????? Oh the guy who has gone to Storm!

Gaff.?? Ludgvan's pitch may LOOK green, but it can be a soft as butter...Boots stick, knee turns. leg buggered.?

And as for the "rugby " match you witnessed at Gulval.?.LOL . How did we manage to win it 2-0 ? Minimum score in that game is 3 points. No tries, no convertions, just a good old game of football.

Cheers bud :thumbsup:

Looking forward to the next game. Hopefully might get 3points back. As only managed 3points from our last 3 games.

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Spice of Life 2 Trevenson 1

Spice gained revenge over Trevenson in this close Arthur Pearce Cup tie after going out to them in the Junior Cup earlier in the season. Jamie Mitchell returned to the Spice side and capped a good display with a lob over the keeper from outside the box halfway through the first half. Martin Adams then struck the woodwork with a free kick and Trevenson's chances were scrambles in the goalmouth. In the second half the Trevenson keeper tipped away a Martin Adams corner only for Brett Adams to produce a precision header over the defence into the corner of the net. Trevenson scored their single goal after a lack of concentration in the Spice defence. Near the end, keeper Mark Barkle thwarted a late Trevenson attack with a one-on-one save.

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Illogan 6- 2 Halsetown

Fair summing up by Geogie earlier in the thread, we never really got going until last 20 when we knocked in 5 goals in 10 minutes.

Halsetown never stopped working and made it difficult for us but think the quality we have in the squad told in the end. Scoreline a bit flattering but 3 points is 3 points.

I WASNT AT THE GAME SATURDAY WAS TAKING MY DAUGHTERS SWIMMING MILLFIELD, DONT KNOW WHETHER THE LADS WERE TRYING TO SAVE ME EVEN MORE DISTRESS BUT THEY SAID SCORE WAS 5-2,

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No disrespect to the sides in question, but how did wendron beat pendeen??? Pendeen have some really solid players and have a really good striker, unless wendron have signed some new players?

And what has happened to Gulval???? i watched them 3 or 4 weeks ago and they looked brilliant when they played Cornish new boys but they have started slipping up to weaker sides recently!!

There really is some weird results going on in Mining 3 :blink:

Since I took over Wendron V's, the side has had stability and if you look back over the results since mid November, we are no longer the league whipping boys and are putting a side out that not only wants to win, but now has the belief in themselves to actually win. I am glad my work and the hard work with the team is paying off and has not gone unnoticed that we are starting to make some progress in the league, giving teams much more competitive games on a saturday. The table is incorrect in the west Briton this week(12/02) as we now have 12 points due to trevensons late cancellation a few weeks back, which puts us up in 13th. :yahoo:

NIK NAC

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Illogan 6- 2 Halsetown

Fair summing up by Geogie earlier in the thread, we never really got going until last 20 when we knocked in 5 goals in 10 minutes.

Halsetown never stopped working and made it difficult for us but think the quality we have in the squad told in the end. Scoreline a bit flattering but 3 points is 3 points.

I WASNT AT THE GAME SATURDAY WAS TAKING MY DAUGHTERS SWIMMING MILLFIELD, DONT KNOW WHETHER THE LADS WERE TRYING TO SAVE ME EVEN MORE DISTRESS BUT THEY SAID SCORE WAS 5-2,

I only remember seeing the 5 Flibert :unsure:

Gee??

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