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Chacewater 1 - Halstown 4

The final score rather flatters halstown, chace took the lead in first half, halstown equalised in first half with a controversial goal, ref was not keeping up with play. Second half chacewater continued to battle and really done themselves and the club proud, in the end we lost to a stronger team who took there chances well, good luck to halstown for the rest of there season and in this cup.

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Mining 2

St Agnes 0 - 4 Newlyn (HT 0 - 3)

St Agnes tried kicking Newlyn all over the park as they got more frustrated. Some players didn't seem interested in playing football at all - apart from the promising young forwards. Loads of off-the-ball incidents and the local ref didn't seem interested. Newlyn responded with a comfortable 4-0 win.

Scorers Callum Mitchell (2), Adam Strowger & Dion Star.

Mining 3

Newlyn Reserves 2 - 0 Marazion

Goalscorers Hamish & Jackson.

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Redruth Utd Res 6 - 0 Wendron 5ths

Another cracking performance from Redruth, we are playing some great football at the moment Wendron had a few half chances but our defence held firm and our forwards worked well all game to put the Wendron defence under severe pressure. We are on a roll and bring on Madron in the cup next week.

Well done to Wendron who never gave up and best of luck for the rest of the season

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St Buryan 4 Trispen 1 h/t 2-1

Clean game of football but competitive.The home team had the majority of the possession and territorial advantage but the Trispen rearguard were dogged and stuck to their task.

St.Buryan took the lead after 1 minute 20 seconds but Trispen equalised almost immediately when the home keeper misjudged a high ball from Mike Cruse which dropped into the corner of the net.Nick George powerfully headed home a corner on the half hour to re-take the lead for Buryan.

Nineteen seconds into the second half Gareth May scored with a strong shot which Chris Andretti could prevent from crossing the line.An angled shot from the left winger resulted in a fourth late on.

There was a leg injury to a Trispen after 20 minutes play which resulted in ambulance being called and we were told afterwards in a call from the hospital that it was a break.There was no intent whatsoever on behalf of the St.Buryan player who reached the ball first and the Trispen player ran into him.Hope the player makes a full recovery and returns to the game next season.

I even had time to win a bottle of wine in the raffle!

Thanks for the hospitality St.Buryan and good luck to both teams for the remainder of the season.Look forward to officiating you both again soon.

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Mining League Div. 3

Storm Res 1 .v. Trevenson Utd Res 1

Trevenson will feel slightly agrieved that we didn't gain all 3 points from this game after a good all round performance in which we probably didn't have enough in the final third to kill the game off. 1 nil to Trevenson at half time Tristan stabbing the ball home following a little scramble. Storm always looked to pass the ball around and pushed men forward to back up there front 2 when they broke but in all fairness the back line of Trevenson coped well. Storms goal came in the second half after winning the ball in the middle of the park, putting a good passing move together that ended when their striker blasted the ball in from the 6 yard box. A good game for the spectator as both teams looked to pass the ball around even though the pitch was bobbly (?). Look forward to the return fixture against Storm later in the season.

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Chacewater 1 - Halstown 4

The final score rather flatters halstown, chace took the lead in first half, halstown equalised in first half with a controversial goal, ref was not keeping up with play. Second half chacewater continued to battle and really done themselves and the club proud, in the end we lost to a stronger team who took there chances well, good luck to halstown for the rest of there season and in this cup.

not doing wenger here but missed first goal fetching ball from over wall, but ref was in same position when we had what i thought was a good goal ruled out, not taking anything away from chacewater who battled and defended well but we were abysmal first half loads of pressure but there central defenders must have loved all the high balls pumped into box [by the way these two were the men of the match by my reckoning]

second half we brought on couple of subs who have been missing with injurys and the game changed we played better football and after the second goal bossed it, chacewater never gave up, there number 14 who i was told was 16 also played really well good luck for rest of season

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I went to watch the Illogan-Sennen game which I found rather boring so left at half time.. Good job I did to. Went to see Troon play and it certainly wasn't a boring game.

Very well done to the guys in what looked like a half strength Troon team. Few players missing??

Trevenson seemed to give up rather easily in the end which was a shame but kinda understandable.

Stanley really has gotta practice new celebrations tho...

Marlesey... Missed all 3 of your goals I'm afraid, heard they werent that great :yahoo:

Well done today tho guys, A good result. You always know when things are good because the usually very vocal Matt Harris can't be heard... That usually means "My work here is done" :c: lol!

Keep it up guys!!

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West Cornwall 1 St Ives town Res 5

Shame to say the score line does not reflect the game! 1st ten minutes very even both teams going close then so early in the turning point, St Ives corner shothit at West Cornwall defender on the line hit his arm straight red and penalty hard enough playing 2 leagues above your self with 11! 0-1 St Ives then west cornwall scored to make it 1-1 Joe Small well deserved goal for the team. Half time 1-1.

Second half west cornwall player manager limped off injured so did a winger St Ives scored to all important next goal to make it 3-1 then West cornwall got very sloppy and very stupidly conceded a further 2 goals a very good opportunity wasted to take a big scalp and make some heads turn, not to be the case so all ourattention back to the league next week! good luck St Ives some very good players!

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Division 3

Cornish New Boys 6 Pendeen Res 3

A below par performance from Cornish, but as the score suggests an entertaining game, played in the main in a good spirit by both sides!

New Boys scorers Ryan Hooper 2, Simon Dawson, Tom Edens, Tony Oliver and Shaun Rundle!

Referee: Arthur Parsons

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Chacewater 1 - Halstown 4

The final score rather flatters halstown, chace took the lead in first half, halstown equalised in first half with a controversial goal, ref was not keeping up with play. Second half chacewater continued to battle and really done themselves and the club proud, in the end we lost to a stronger team who took there chances well, good luck to halstown for the rest of there season and in this cup.

not doing wenger here but missed first goal fetching ball from over wall, but ref was in same position when we had what i thought was a good goal ruled out, not taking anything away from chacewater who battled and defended well but we were abysmal first half loads of pressure but there central defenders must have loved all the high balls pumped into box [by the way these two were the men of the match by my reckoning]

second half we brought on couple of subs who have been missing with injurys and the game changed we played better football and after the second goal bossed it, chacewater never gave up, there number 14 who i was told was 16 also played really well good luck for rest of season

the goal you had dis allowed to be fair was handball from the player who layed the ball back, am not complaining or taking anything away from you guys, just thought the ref lacked consistency. Thanks for your praise, i was one of centre halves, no 4, larger one of the two, yes no14, craig hitchens is 16, good strong lad for his size, battler. End of the day we were beaten by a better team and wish you all the best of luck

Newlyn win against a team that plays two midfielders that only dive in late all game with no football skills. Not great influence for the yougsters.

Chacewater lost in cup so all hands on deck for final third. crown draw with illogan, great for the pz boys

Thats all the aggie midfield ever do, outplay them and they dive in late, we (chacewater) lost to a better team today but i dont think we have anything to be ashamed of, we got sennen in cup next week, cant wait, also looking forward to entertaining newlyn at home, will be a good game

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Arthur Pearce Cup Rd 2 Redruth Utd vs Madron

Redruth Utd 6 - 1 Madron

The game was played in great spirit just as it should be, Redruth 1 - 0 up at half time in what was a fairly fought half but second half Redruth took control and went 5 - 0 up with some good play and passing and it was not until the gaffer (Darren Lewarne) brought himself on that we conceded a rather slack goal :SM_carton: although the Reds did manage another to make the final score 6 - 1 (Sorry Darren i had to put that in there for the lads to have a giggle at) :D

Redruth goalscorers: Guy Johnson 2 :clapper: Andrew Symons Barry Mcabe Dan Thurgood Tony Barber

Credit to Madron who did not give up when a lot of teams would have and at times played some very good football

Good luck for the rest of the season :clapper:

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West Cornwall 1 St Ives town Res 5

Shame to say the score line does not reflect the game! 1st ten minutes very even both teams going close then so early in the turning point, St Ives corner shothit at West Cornwall defender on the line hit his arm straight red and penalty hard enough playing 2 leagues above your self with 11! 0-1 St Ives then west cornwall scored to make it 1-1 Joe Small well deserved goal for the team. Half time 1-1.

Second half west cornwall player manager limped off injured so did a winger St Ives scored to all important next goal to make it 3-1 then West cornwall got very sloppy and very stupidly conceded a further 2 goals a very good opportunity wasted to take a big scalp and make some heads turn, not to be the case so all ourattention back to the league next week! good luck St Ives some very good players!

Yeah well played West Cornwall was tuff for you guy's after the sending off. From our point of view we missed some good chances early on and were pleased to restrict West Cornwall to only one clear cut chance wich they scored. All the best for rest of season! Correction half time was 2 - 1!

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ARTHUR PEARCE CUP.

Halsetown 4, Chacewater 1.

Gwinear 3, St Just 1.

Illogan 3, Sennen 2.

Redruth 6, Madron 1.

Gulval 3, Ludgvan 1.

Spice of Life 4, Mount Ambrose 2.

West Cornwall 1, St Ives Town 5.

DIVISION 1.

Robartes 1, Four Lanes 2.

St Buryan 4, Trispen 1.

Threemilestone 1, Storm 2.

Trevenson 0, Troon 9.

DIVISION 2.

Crown Inn Glory 1, Illogan 1.

Goonhavern 5, Halsetown 0.

Holmans 7, Mousehole 6.

St Agnes 0, Newlyn NA 4.

Titans 4, Threemilestone 0.

DIVISION 3.

Cornish New Boys 6, Pendeen 3.

Madron v Heamoor, -OFF- Madron unable to raise a side.

Newlyn NA 2, Marazion 0.

Redruth 6, Wendron 0.

St Ives Mariners 2, St Buryan 3.

Storm 1, Trevenson 1.

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Mining League Three:

REDRUTH UTD (4) 6, WENDRON V's (0) 0

Wendron have done really well lately, winning four on the bounce, but we were disappointing against an in-form Redruth side. Our relatively unfamiliar back four failed to communicate at times to our cost for a couple of goals, and we couldn't string two passes together all day. Redruth had constant pressure on our defence and went in 4-0 up. A much better second half where we conceded only two more, but the damage was done.

Bad day at the office, but we'll bounce back. Good luck to Redruth, who will be climbing the table if they perform like that every week. They look like an effective side on a short Clijah Croft pitch.

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Illogan 3 - 2 Sennen

Johnny Jones 1 pen, Curly 1, and Gareth Pitt 1

Not a great game first half we were poor and never really got going but managed to go in 2-1 up after being 1 down.

Second half mostly one way traffic but Sennen did get a couple of chances. Credit to Sennen thought they played some good footy and would easily sit top half in mining 1.

Weve been poor last 3 or 4 games but also won those games so will need to improve as we get to the business end of the season.

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West Cornwall 1 - 5 St. Ives

Really proud of the West Cornwall lads up until about 70 mins, West Cornwall started much the better side playing some good football in the middle of the park, correct decision for a pen to St. Ives after 10 mins but to send the player off was a poor one, fair enough if he's dived full length to save it but its hit at him on the line, yellow would have been enough. West Cornwall played really well after, limiting the St. Ives players to long range efforts which never troubled the keeper.West Cornwall deservedly got the equaliser through the move of the game finished well by Joe Small but a lack of reponsibility at the back gave the St. Ives player a tap in to make it 2 - 1 at half time. This was again the down fall for the third but West cornwall were still in the game at this point which is why it was disappointing that the structure went and the organisation was lost, the 4th goal a good header but completely unmarked and the fifth losing possession on edge of box trying to dribble out. Needless goals given away to make the score line flattering to St. Ives.

Good display which bodes well for the future and good luck to St. Ives in the next round.

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Mining League Division One.

Threemilestone 1 (0) v (0) 2 Storm

Tms Goalscorer: Adam Stephens.

A match that was competitive and hard fought with both teams having spells in the game. Storm scored with 15 minutes left and then added a second five minutes later. Adam Stephens scored late on for the Stones. A draw would have been a fair result but well done to Storm for getting the victory.

Threemilestone battled really hard especially as we are a little short at the moment due to players either injured or being away, however, the team gave 100% so no complaints from this side of the line.

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like to say thanks to trevension they never gave up good bunch of lads .troon where lucky not to go in 5 0 at half time but thats football .man of match for troon was jason smeeth class above the rest .robartes lost good day allround for troon .we have storm saturday thats the one we are looking forward to ??

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St Buryan 4 Trispen 1 h/t 2-1

Clean game of football but competitive.The home team had the majority of the possession and territorial advantage but the Trispen rearguard were dogged and stuck to their task.

St.Buryan took the lead after 1 minute 20 seconds but Trispen equalised almost immediately when the home keeper misjudged a high ball from Mike Cruse which dropped into the corner of the net.Nick George powerfully headed home a corner on the half hour to re-take the lead for Buryan.

Nineteen seconds into the second half Gareth May scored with a strong shot which Chris Andretti could prevent from crossing the line.An angled shot from the left winger resulted in a fourth late on.

There was a leg injury to a Trispen after 20 minutes play which resulted in ambulance being called and we were told afterwards in a call from the hospital that it was a break.There was no intent whatsoever on behalf of the St.Buryan player who reached the ball first and the Trispen player ran into him.Hope the player makes a full recovery and returns to the game next season.

Good game with the scoreline flattering Trispen. The amount of chances Buryan created it should have been 10 maybe more!

I even had time to win a bottle of wine in the raffle!

Thanks for the hospitality St.Buryan and good luck to both teams for the remainder of the season.Look forward to officiating you both again soon.

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MINING 3.

MADRON V HEAMOOR.

Was a real shame yesterday's game was cancelled,But at least the league awarded Heamoor the point's which is greatly needed ( so every cloud and all that! ).

I gotta say good luck to Madron for the remainder of the season,It seem's a real shame what's going on up there and a real struggle.

KEEP BELIEVING HEAMOOR BLUES

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Arthur Pearce cup

Gulval firsts 3 - 1 Ludgvan reserves After extra time

1-1 FT

0-1 HT

First of all, best wishes to the Gulval player who had a heart attack on saturday hope he gets well soon.

This was a a great game of Junior football both sides wanted the win and fought for every ball for the whole 120 minutes!!

The game Ebbed and flowed with ludgvan and Gulval having periods of dominance. There was little between the sides throughout the match

There were some meaty challenges going in from both sides Liam Mooney was lucky not to get booked in the first half, he miss timed a slide tackle on the Gulval right winger and sent him flying, who himself was later lucky not to get booked for a beckham style kick out from the floor. There were various other hefty challenges, too many to mention

Ludgvan finally took the lead just before half time they broke down the right wing quickly with a long ball for Jamie Mooney to chase he controlled it and found 2 ludgvan players sprinting into the area for the cross. He aimed for the far post but "it bobbled" and he sliced it straight to Danny Ford to poke it into the net from 6 yards

Ludgvan started the second half very well controlling the game for the first 20 minutes and sqandering several chances. Gulval then managed to turn things round and had several chances in quick succession forcing some last ditch defending from ludgvan the pressure eventually paid with a cross which wasn't held by the ludgvan goalkeeper he dropped it on the boot of a gulval player to poke it in from a couple of yards.

The game continued into extra time ludgvan missed 2 clear "open goal" opportunities, Gulval couldn't find the net either but had a few corners which they looked dangerous from.

With about 10 minutes to go Gulval broke and all credit to their Winger? for a great finish from the edge of the box straight into the top of the net.

Ludgvan were still in shock when Gulval scored their 3rd 2 minutes later Game over!

Good luck to Gulval in the Cup your side has definately improved from when we played earlier in the season

MOM from Ludgvan has to be Chris Goodall. He swept the back clean all game

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Titans are hitting form now

Yeah we're playing well now the manager has got some new faces in and its seems to be working now, just gotta keep it up, we chrushed tms on saturday they only had 1 shot all game and they're 5th or 6th in the table, alot of work to be done tho!!

Marksy is working his magic at the titans

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titans 4 tms 0

having played well against newlyn na 2 weeks ago and not getting a result,losing 3-2 the team have taken loads of belief from that game and played very well in the next 2. last week we went to st. agnes and won 3-0 in the cup and this week we beat a depleted tms 4-0.

as i said to the tms player who came off injured when he started to say how short they were and they were having no luck,i could keep him there for 1/2 hour with our hard luck story :P but in football as in life you just have to take the rough with the smooth and hope things will change.hopefully for the Titans now we are on a roll and can pick up enough points to stay in mining 2 for next season. :c:

the team are playing some very good football and the big bonus is keeping clean sheets,i think that tms will agree we deserved to win on saturday as our defence kept them fairly quiet and we created a fair few chances.as my son says its nice to go out for a pint on a saturday and when asked how you got on not have to say we lost again.

good luck to tms you are a good club and you will weather the storm :thumbsup::smiley20::drink: :c:

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Arthur Pearce Cup 2nd Round

Gwinear 3-1 St.Just (HT 2-0)

With 5 familiar faces flying back to the nest of the Gwinear side, the game was closely fought between both sides. The difference being 2 well taken 25-yard strikes by Jay Thomas in the first half, giving young deputising goalkeeper Jack Willis no chance.

With 2 of the youngsters permanetly fixtured in the first team and 3 out injured, the St.Just side was made up of 6 of the veterans side, 5 being over 43, and one at a grand old age of 52!! However, none of them looked out of place on the small Gwinear pitch.

St.Just could of easily been in the lead throughout this game, but old timers Marcus Scotts and Terry Sturgeon both headed over from close range, when they both should have scored.

The 2 second half goals was a mix up in the St.Just defence gifting the Gwinear striker an open goal, and the St.Just goal was a grass cutter that the Gwinear keeper let through his legs (Massimo Taibi style)!

The 2nd half was a good battle for both of the teams midfielders, but neither side creating a save out of the opposing goalkeepers.

The game was played on a nice pitch, with good sized changing rooms, but again another Mining Leage 1 club with no showers!!

Another sweaty trip home in the bus!!

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Titans are hitting form now

Yeah we're playing well now the manager has got some new faces in and its seems to be working now, just gotta keep it up, we chrushed tms on saturday they only had 1 shot all game and they're 5th or 6th in the table, alot of work to be done tho!!

the thing is we got to 5-6 in the table with a totally different side.... altho it mayhave looked a good result it wasnt that amazing.......

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Titans are hitting form now

Yeah we're playing well now the manager has got some new faces in and its seems to be working now, just gotta keep it up, we chrushed tms on saturday they only had 1 shot all game and they're 5th or 6th in the table, alot of work to be done tho!!

the thing is we got to 5-6 in the table with a totally different side.... altho it mayhave looked a good result it wasnt that amazing.......

Have to agree with you Patty, the side that faced Titans on Saturday was a totally different side than the Titans would have faced at the beginin of the season. The lads who played Saturday gave their all for the club during this difficult time, however, we are hoping things will be different in the next couple of weeks as the first team settles down and players return to the reserve side. Although it is good to see the Titans team striving to improve with better result, as Patty has said I would not read to much into last weeks win.

All the best to everyone at Titans and we will see you when you come to Polstain Road. :c:

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Titans are hitting form now

Yeah we're playing well now the manager has got some new faces in and its seems to be working now, just gotta keep it up, we chrushed tms on saturday they only had 1 shot all game and they're 5th or 6th in the table, alot of work to be done tho!!

the thing is we got to 5-6 in the table with a totally different side.... altho it mayhave looked a good result it wasnt that amazing.......

THATS THE SAME SIDE WE DREW WITH AT HOME LAST SEASON AND BEAT AT YOUR PLACE IS IT??

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mr barnes seems you are stirring again on behalf of the club. :D

all i will say is that we can only play against the team that turns up, and at the end of the season it will not say yes we lost that one but we were short of players :huh: on the league table. as the table never lies we are by far the strongest team in the league at present <_<:drink::c::thumbsup:B) :smiley20:

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Titans are hitting form now

Yeah we're playing well now the manager has got some new faces in and its seems to be working now, just gotta keep it up, we chrushed tms on saturday they only had 1 shot all game and they're 5th or 6th in the table, alot of work to be done tho!!

the thing is we got to 5-6 in the table with a totally different side.... altho it mayhave looked a good result it wasnt that amazing.......

THATS THE SAME SIDE WE DREW WITH AT HOME LAST SEASON AND BEAT AT YOUR PLACE IS IT??

No there was only two players playing in Saturdays side who played last year either at your place or ours. I am not taking away that the Titans team deserved to win on Saturday or they are improving, you can only beat what is put in front of you, I was just putting into context the win. At present we are unable to field our strongest reserve side, however, we are hoping to address this within 2 weeks.

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Arthur Pearce Cup 2nd Round

Gwinear 3-1 St.Just (HT 2-0)

With 5 familiar faces flying back to the nest of the Gwinear side, the game was closely fought between both sides. The difference being 2 well taken 25-yard strikes by Jay Thomas in the first half, giving young deputising goalkeeper Jack Willis no chance.

With 2 of the youngsters permanetly fixtured in the first team and 3 out injured, the St.Just side was made up of 6 of the veterans side, 5 being over 43, and one at a grand old age of 52!! However, none of them looked out of place on the small Gwinear pitch.

St.Just could of easily been in the lead throughout this game, but old timers Marcus Scotts and Terry Sturgeon both headed over from close range, when they both should have scored.

The 2 second half goals was a mix up in the St.Just defence gifting the Gwinear striker an open goal, and the St.Just goal was a grass cutter that the Gwinear keeper let through his legs (Massimo Taibi style)!

The 2nd half was a good battle for both of the teams midfielders, but neither side creating a save out of the opposing goalkeepers.

The game was played on a nice pitch, with good sized changing rooms, but again another Mining Leage 1 club with no showers!!

Another sweaty trip home in the bus!!

:wacko: It was explained to you after the game that the showers were not working due to the boiler being broken thanks to the freezing weather we had a couple of weeks ago. The fact is that we havent got the money to get it fixed, we are not rich like a number of clubs in this league and we rely on the good will of people within the club and local community to get things done so it cant be done straight away, also you were pre warned about this if you had bothered to read this forum on friday night or saturday morning so stop your whinging one other thing i think you will find that league rules state that there only has to be running water that doesnt mean showers :thumbsup:

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mr barnes seems you are stirring again on behalf of the club. :D

all i will say is that we can only play against the team that turns up, and at the end of the season it will not say yes we lost that one but we were short of players :huh: on the league table. as the table never lies we are by far the strongest team in the league at present <_<:drink::c::thumbsup:B):smiley20:

Sorry m8 just gets my goat, if we said that every time we could'nt field our strongest side we'd have been moaning the fist 18 games of the season, any how good luck to tms & chase for the rest of the season they've done mining 3 proud this year well done lads :thumbsup:

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