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Can you post your results, goal scorers and attendances on this thread please.

Cornwall Combination League

Saturday 4th April

FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES (Steve Winnan) 1-3 PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES (Stefan Churcher 3)

Att - 30

HOLMAN SC (Tom Hogarth 3, Tarik Kalkan, Joe Cooper) 5-2 ST IVES TOWN (Darren Steadman, Andrew Perkin)

Att - 20

LUDGVAN 0-6 ST AGNES (Tom Benny 3, Phil Willey 2, Rid Purnell)

Att - 20

MULLION (Chris Lawrence, Garath Mason) 2-2 PORTREATH (Tom Blaber, James Reynolds)

Att - 15

NEWQUAY RESERVES (Andy Morris, Shaun Lawrence, Mike Rabone) 3-1 ST JUST (Stuart Nicholls)

Att - 25

PERRANWELL (Adam Selly, Mike Brewer) 2-1 ILLOGAN RBL (Paul Wolstencroft)

Att - 78

PERRANPORTH (Ian Gosling 2, Rob Stapleton, Dean Harris, Kayne Trevaskis) 5-0 WENDRON CC UNITED RESERVES

Att - 45

PORTHLEVEN RESERVES (Graham Cook 3) 3-1 HAYLE RESERVES (Matt Sheils)

Att - 40

Supplementary Cup Q-F

ST DAY (Lee Duffield) 1-7 HELSTON ATHLETIC (Neil Southall 3, Dominic Pullen 2, Colin Kettle, Mark Goldsworthy)

Att - 15

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Holmans 5 - 2 St Ives (HT 1-1)

Holmans Goalscorers

Tom hogarth (3)

Tarik Kalkan

Joe Cooper

Attendance 20

Fiery game at Blaythorne with 3 penalties awarded to the home side although all were pretty cast iron and with Holmans 5-2 up their was appeals for a 4th which if the scoreline had been closer may have been awarded.

Holmans took the lead after Carl Paporone was fouled and Tom Hogarth stepped up to slot to the left of the keeper. St Ives equalised soon after when some slack marking allowed a header from a free kick to draw the sides level.

Holmans were caught napping after the break and Tarik Kalkan was bundled off the ball on the edge of the area for steadman to put the ball in the back of the net and put the away side 1-2 up much to the vocal delight of the away supporters!! Holmans levelled the score when a ball was adjudged to have been handled on the floor by a St Ives defender. Hogarth calmly slotted the ball again to the left of the keeper. Holmans 3rd came in open play as Cooper deflected the ball into the net to put the home side 3-2 up. Paparone was again fouled in the area and Hogarth scored his hat trick by slotting the ball to the keepers right (is this a new record in the combo to score a hatrick from pens?????) Holmans 5th came as a sloppy defensive clearance allowed Tarik Kalkan to ignore the unmarked shouts from paparone and score to take the scoreline to 5-2.

Obviously the away side were less then pleased with the referee but in my (obviously biased opinion because we won) he had a good game controlling 2 passionate sides who were both fully commited.

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PERRANWELL 2 ILLOGAN RBL 1

Scrappy game played in a great spirit and well reffed by Kevin Knowles. Illogan played the better football in the first half but went in at half time a goal down after Scott Kinge's defence splitting pass sent Adam Selley racing through and he slotted home past the limping Barry Wyatt.

The 2nd half was only a minute old when a quick Illogan free kick found Paul Wolstencroft in the box and he turned and rifled a shot past me from 10 yards. We quickly responded when Mike Brewer's 25 yard free kick flew into the top corner. The rest of the half was quite a scrappy affair with neither team creating any chances even with both keepers injured. Simon Ellis had a late chance well saved but Perran held on for 3 vital points.

One down side Matt Rose, Ieaun Boon and Jake Harvey all came off injured and with TJ, The Doc and Steve Allen all looking doubtful for next weeks Cup Final. Simon Fisher may have to return !!!!!!!!!!!

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Guest Sam Boston

Perranporth scorers were Gosling (2), Stapleton, Harris & Trevaskis. Attendance was approximately 45

Whuru I though Scott had dislocated his shoulder??

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Guest Right foot specialist

well done perranwell good win today boys trot lillogn play some nice stuff at time they r a good team but i trot we deserved the win tho. good to see new player dun the buisness and a mick brewer special WELL DONE lads :yahoo::yahoo: :yahoo:

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Newquay 3-1 St Just

Andy Morris

Shaun Lawrence (Pen)

Michael Rabone

Excellent result for Newquay at a very sunny mount wise - a competitive game with five bookings. Match report to follow tomorrow. St Just lads were excellent sports today after a game where not a lot went their way - I'm sure the clubhouse benefitted hugely from the few hours that the lads spent watching the Liverpool game. The celebrations were awesome and Everton Dave looked a bit sad when Benayoun scored!

Rod Beer was on top form and loved his 100th match commemorative gift! Is there a photo for the forum?

Attendance - no idea! About 25?

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Guest The Judge aka RED OR DEAD

After spending a hour or so in the Highwayman prior to the SWPL match v Dobwalls, we shot off back to MW after the match hoping that Mr Beer would still be in our clubhouse. Unfortunatley, as we had no goats or donkeys to sacrifice, the meeting of two great minds was not to be.

My good friend Jack, made sure he took his place behind the clubhouse goal and ensured me that he would welcome Isaac Rosenburg (Rod Beer) in true Newquay fashion, just a shame I could not be there myself to witness the emotional scenes that followed. I understand that Mr Beer was delighted that the local press demanded a few piccies, that he posed without demanding any sort of fee. Great credit to the St Just boys, most of whom stayed til almost 8pm and enjoyed the hospitality that Newquay gave them. Nice to chat with the boys and hope they have passed on our good wishes to all the Tinners.

The two clubs seem to have a great respect for each other, possibly due to some local connections that have been established, just gutted I wasn't able to be at the match. Best wishes to all the St Just lads, they made the Clubhouse buzz from 5.30 to 7.30pm, much respect and admiration from all the Newquay Loyal.

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Portreath Goal scorers were a header by Tom Blaber and a right foot volley from James Reynolds.

2 Portreath mistakes cost us the game!

Hard game on Tuesday at Illogan, Lets hope we can kick them whilst they're down after losing yesterday :thumbsup:

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simon fish wud still be a decent player to have in a cup final team if he did have to play. anyway whuru watchin the game yesterday perranwells squad beat a good illogan side, i thought the new player matt saunder was man off the match. and pete brewer ran his heart out. it was a scrappy game and both keepers made some good saves in the second half, your save which hit your face was top draw and barry wyatt made a great double save. mike brewers free kick was class and worthy off winning any football match. good to see some off the second team boys on the bench as they are good players and would get in lots off combo sides. its goin to be a great cup final next week!!!!!!!

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Newquay 3-1 St Just

Andy Morris

Shaun Lawrence (Pen)

Michael Rabone

Old rivals Newquay and St Just met for the 100th time in the Combination League on a sunny afternoon at Mount Wise, with both sides evenly placed in the league table this was always going to be an interesting battle, especially after the narrow 2-1 victory that Newquay had recorded at Lafrowda Park earlier in the season.

With first choice goalkeeper James Merrikin absent along with top scorer David Rabone, Newquay fielded a makeshift side with Matt Davis deputising in goal and Michael Rabone joining Orrin Crowle in the Newquay attack. The opening encounters were fairly even as both sides looked to adapt to the heat and the firm playing surface. An excellent move down the left hand side almost resulted in the opening goal when a long-range strike from Jay Tipton struck the post with St Just 'keeper Curnow rooted to the spot. However, it wasn't long before Newquay were ahead following a game-changing few minutes. After excellent work on the right wing, Orrin Crowle forced a Newquay throw which Michael Rabone launched into the box. Centre-back Andy Morris crept forward and outjumped the St Just defence to glance home the opening goal. Within a matter of seconds from kick-off, St Just almost equalised when a deft chip from Neil Curnow cannoned back off the crossbar, the rebound was fired at the heels of Tom Mannering, with the ball deflecting off the post to safety. Davis then launched a long goal kick and a flowing move resulted in Jay Tipton turning the St Just defence, being tripped in the process. Shaun Lawrence stepped up and sent Curnow the wrong way with an excellent penalty kick.

The momentum was now firmly with Newquay and a third goal was looking likely. Michael Rabone duly obliged, collecting a low cross from Crowle in the six yard box, turning the defender to smash the ball into the top corner to make it 3-0 after 40 minutes. A lapse of concentration allowed St Just a lifeline, excellent work by Tom Mannering was rewarded when his lofted cross was poked home at the far post by Nicholls with Davis beaten. St Just will have felt that the goal was just reward after hitting the woodwork three times in the first half.

The second half proved more of a battle as Newquay looked to close the game out. Although St Just enjoyed more of the possession, they were unable to break down a resolute Newquay defence that was well protected by the hard working Tom Taylor, Shaun Lawrence and Andy Harris. Despite the possesion, St Just were unable to make any clear cut chances and failed to capitalise on a number of goalmouth scrambles, with Matt Davis marshalling his goal effectively enough to protect the scoreline. All in all, there were five justified bookings, three for Newquay, which will spoil an excellent disciplinary record and two for St Just.

Newquay are very pleased to have taken six points from a very competitive and strong St Just side who appeared to be a little out of sorts in this game. As Newquay's season draws to a conclusion, St Just look favourites to gather enough points from their remaining fixtures to finish above Newquay in the table.

Man of the match - Tom Taylor.

Attendance - 25.

Is that flag going to be up on the Senior Cup Final Day

I am sure it can be arranged, but everyone will have to be nice to the Judge and Rod Beer in the meantime :D as the Judge owns the flag and Rod Beer has legal rights over the advertising of his official fan club! :c:

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Man on! You're in... that's 3 and counting. The initiation comprises of a written english assignment (50 marks), aggravating fellow members on the Cornish Soccer Forum (25 marks) and you will also be assessed on your beard growing skills (25 marks).

Successful achievement of 90 marks or more will result in the award of the Rodney Beer diploma and lifelong membership.

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Guest man on! the sideline

cheers mike. My english is rotten but i promise i won't shave. I'd truly appreciate a car sticker if possible. My mate kappa says he wants to join aswell.

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Guest The Judge aka RED OR DEAD

Man on! You're in... that's 3 and counting. The initiation comprises of a written english assignment (50 marks), aggravating fellow members on the Cornish Soccer Forum (25 marks) and you will also be assessed on your beard growing skills (25 marks).

Successful achievement of 90 marks or more will result in the award of the Rodney Beer diploma and lifelong membership.

Surely something to do with Goats and Donkeys is more in order Mr Rabone Sir... I still have my Father Xmas beard, does that count ? Well I suppose I get 25 points and count myself lucky that I am one of the founding members who dosn't have to pass these very stringent tests (not sure we can use the beard thing either, discrimination against the ladies and all that)

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simon fish wud still be a decent player to have in a cup final team if he did have to play. anyway whuru watchin the game yesterday perranwells squad beat a good illogan side, i thought the new player matt saunder was man off the match. and pete brewer ran his heart out. it was a scrappy game and both keepers made some good saves in the second half, your save which hit your face was top draw and barry wyatt made a great double save. mike brewers free kick was class and worthy off winning any football match. good to see some off the second team boys on the bench as they are good players and would get in lots off combo sides. its goin to be a great cup final next week!!!!!!!

cheers 4 saying u thought i was man of the match mate. i played ok seems it was my debut and was my 1st ever game at combo level at the ripe old age of 29, lol,hopefully alot more 2 come from me though! great bunch of lads at perranwell and i have fit in well already! pete brewer played well and just didnt stop running also i think ben ambrose will prove 2 be a good signing. it was a good performance from every1 i thought and perranwell have a class squad of players with alot of players capeable of playing a higher level!bring on penryn on tuesday and the cup final on sunday! :clapper: :clapper:

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Guest The Patriot

shows passion on some parts patriot!

surely u should know that!!

why hve u dropped the HELStONS part on the username??

I'm away as of friday gone and not home until the end of April so Helston's season would all but finished except maybe 2/3 games if i'm lucky. I wouldn't walk back in and would have to earn my place back which would take those last couple of games up. So i spoke to The Gaffer about this, he agreed that my season is vertually over and was happy for me to transfer to Culdrose as they don't play over leave periods. So when i'm home a can play atleast 11 games (3 a week!!). Everyones happy.

Great result for Helston, I heard a awesome allround team performance. The Legend that is the Pullenator slotted home twice :c:

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cheers 4 saying u thought i was man of the match mate. i played ok seems it was my debut and was my 1st ever game at combo level at the ripe old age of 29, lol,hopefully alot more 2 come from me though! great bunch of lads at perranwell and i have fit in well already! pete brewer played well and just didnt stop running also i think ben ambrose will prove 2 be a good signing. it was a good performance from every1 i thought and perranwell have a class squad of players with alot of players capeable of playing a higher level!bring on penryn on tuesday and the cup final on sunday!

I have never really wanted to comment on this topic, but is this the Ben Andros who may have gone missing? Sorry for starting this topic all over again.

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Thank you all for your kind remarks. I am sorry that I had to leave the Newquay clubhouse after a single pint to go and mow Mother's lawn. I will be happy to design car stickers containing the De Beer family crest (Chevre rampant against verte background waving drapeau jaune surrounded by ruins of stand). No doubt we shall meet at Godolphin. Bring the flag and I will join the Newquay Loyal for the day as an enthusiastic supporter !

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Portreath Goal scorers were a header by Tom Blaber and a right foot volley from James Reynolds.

2 Portreath mistakes cost us the game!

Hard game on Tuesday at Illogan, Lets hope we can kick them whilst they're down after losing yesterday :thumbsup:

to be fair portreaths goals were pretty much the only clear cut chances you had,the young mullion keeper seth cleard up evrtything very well!!personaly id say 2 mistakes cost mullion the game as portreaths rarely threatened the mullion net!! mullion let alot of chances go begging but fair play to portreath who kept fighting and got on level terms twice!!

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Guest The Judge aka RED OR DEAD

Thank you all for your kind remarks. I am sorry that I had to leave the Newquay clubhouse after a single pint to go and mow Mother's lawn. I will be happy to design car stickers containing the De Beer family crest (Chevre rampant against verte background waving drapeau jaune surrounded by ruins of stand). No doubt we shall meet at Godolphin. Bring the flag and I will join the Newquay Loyal for the day as an enthusiastic supporter !

You are more than welcome Sir ! The flag will be present, along with maybe one or two more, almost certainly along the side by the home dugout. If John Kettley is reading this, for gods sake order some decent weather !

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Portreath Goal scorers were a header by Tom Blaber and a right foot volley from James Reynolds.

2 Portreath mistakes cost us the game!

Hard game on Tuesday at Illogan, Lets hope we can kick them whilst they're down after losing yesterday :thumbsup:

to be fair portreaths goals were pretty much the only clear cut chances you had,the young mullion keeper seth cleard up evrtything very well!!personaly id say 2 mistakes cost mullion the game as portreaths rarely threatened the mullion net!! mullion let alot of chances go begging but fair play to portreath who kept fighting and got on level terms twice!!

Wouldnt say that! Our goals from good good crosses to find our guys...

Your first:

I took a corner, It got cleared, Came back to me, I cut inside and shot.... It got blocked... Our player picked it up, poor bit of control... Lost the ball, and beaten on the counter attack 2 on 2.. Then slot past the keeper.

Your second: Our defender took it past one, Slipped, Got dispossed and all your guy had to do was beat the advancing keeper...

2 goals gifted to you, But goals none the less.

I had 2 good chances, one going a few foot wide and the other about an inch over the bar. Plenty of chances for both squads.

For a young, Nervous looking chap (Before the game whilst warming up, didnt look too promising), Your keeper done well. The pre-match Jitters must have been an act lol

Good game tho, I enjoyed it! Had to get my ears checked after having Casey screaming into them all game! The guy never shuts up :lol:

Good game tho! Good luck for rest of season

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