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Camborne, Redruth & Hayle Grassroots sport

By West Briton  |  Posted: November 22, 2012

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Football

ADAMS JOINS 100 CLUB:

Redruth United 3 St Buryan 2

The first 20 minutes of this Trelawny League Premier match was fast, end to end passes with the established St Buryan side going ahead with an unmarked header.

But 10 minutes from the interval home striker Jonny Jones was fouled in the box with Brett Adams scoring the resultant penalty, which was his 100th goal for the club having only signed two years ago.

Minutes later Adams then headed to the feet of Nicky Adams who drilled his shot into the net for the second. The home side then got the third from a pass from Jonny Jones to Brett Adams who looped his shot into the top corner.

The visitors got a goal back from the penalty spot.

Man Of The Match: Brett Adams

Gulval Res 3 Redruth Utd Res 5

Two goals from John Pascoe, with further strikes by Adam Townsend, Kyler Letcher and Andy Osborne, secured another three points for the Trelawny Three leaders.

Man Of The Match: Darren Buckley

Snooker

CLINTON MARCH ON:

STR Clinton are now firm favourites to retain the title in division one of the Mining League after another 5-0 win, this time over Playing Place, writes Terry Kempe.

Nearest challengers, Illogan HI A, suffered their first defeat of the season going down 3-2 away to Godolphin Club. Chris Isaacs and myself blew 40 point leads losing both frames on the black to JP Williams and Ant Connor respectively.

That was the first defeat of the season for Chris. Alan Hurley beat former county champion Chris Timmins on the blue and Nick Mutter was the other winner for Illogan.

Result of the week was a 4-1 home win for Illogan HI B over Redruth Rail B who appear to be struggling for form lately.

Marcus Tresidder knocked in the highest break of the week with a good 49 in defeating Darren Davey. Darren Murrish beat Jason Simmons for Rail's only success of the night.

High-flying Redruth Rail A went down 3-2 at home to St Rumons in another shock result.

Young Carl Mitchell beat the much more experienced Ryan Curnow for an excellent win (wedding day jitters for Ryan maybe). Rob Charman beat Mike Jenkin on the black after a great 27 clearance. Gary Marshall was the other winner for Rumons.

Jason Kempthorne and John Winn were the winners for Rail, beating father and son Paul and Brett Broad.

Breage lost 3-2 at home to Penponds with Dave Martin making a rare appearance for the latter although losing his frame to Ryan Gilbert.

Pete Williams beat Stuart Lugg for Breage's other point. Clive Thomas beat Nathan Strick and Dave Trembath beat John Pawlyn. Cornie Piredda was the other winner for Penponds.

St Day welcomed back Mark Bray after a long rest and it must have worked with them recording their best win of the season with a 5-0 hammering of Lanner.

Illogan HI C were the side with a bye this week.

DIVISION 2:

In Division 2 all teams either won or lost by a 3-2 scoreline.

Illogan HI beat Four Lanes 3-2 away from home to remain top of the league with wins from Connor Arthur, Brendan Isaacs and Sean Isaacs.

Garth Dower whose tip fell off on the break-off borrowed another cue and played well to win his frame.

Peter Dower was the only other winner for Four Lanes.

Penponds won 3-2 away to St Day A. C Thomas, Richard Hall and Kevin Gill were the winners for Penponds.

David Bolt made a good 33 break in his frame and B Stephens also played well for St Day. Perranporth GC won 3-2 at home to Camborne Conservative B but perhaps this should have been more after being 3-0 up. Dave Mugford (Perranporth) knocked in the highest break in the division so far with a good 42. Radnor went down 3-2 at home to St Day B.

Aiden Johns, Ronnie Matthews and Brian Davey were the winners for St Day.

Jon Barber made a 22 break in his frame for Radnor and Phil Condy was their other winner. Camborne Conservative A won 3-2 at home to Playing Place with wins from Alex Lane, Steve Lovelock and Mike Loncar.

Mike's game was a close high-scoring affair with him defeating M Lawry 69-62 on a re-spotted black. Mark Williams lost his first frame of the season for the Cons.

Jamie Macquish and Craig Lawry were the winners for Place. Park Bottom won 3-2 at home to Porthleven. P Robert, J Crouch and R Roskilly were the winners for Park, while J Uren and Dean Williams replied for Porthleven.

DIVISION 2:

In Division 3, leaders Illogan HI lost 3-2 at home to Four Lanes but it could have been much worse for them after being 3-0 down! B Mitchell played well for Illogan making breaks of 30 and 22. Godolphin Cross won 4-1 away to Stithians C with Glyn Furnival the only winner for Stithians. Stithians A went down 3-2 at home to Radnor. Scott Harris and Rob Buckingham were the winners for Stithians. Redruth Rail A won 3-2 at home to Hideaway Bar. Julian Knowles, Paddy Farr and A Bennie were the winners for Rail. Richard Vicary and Mark Aleksy were the winners for Hideaway.

Playing Place won 3-2 at home to Redruth Rail B. Jon Crowle beat B Williams to earn the win for Place. Stithians A were the side with a bye this week.

Pool

LEAGUE AGM:

The annual meeting of Camborne-Redruth & District Winter Pool League takes place at the Redruth British Railway Club on Sunday at 8pm.

Please make sure a representative for each side attends the meeting along with the team registration fee of £25 and players registrations of £1 per player.

The league fixtures & cards will be posted out to all participating Teams. The new season will start on Wednesday December 5.

At present the Wednesday Winter league consists of six singles, three doubles and a Captains Cup Game.

Any proposals for the forthcoming season please apply in writing with a proposer and a seconder tomorrow to the league secretary.

Rugby

CAMBORNE DENIED:

Launceston Res 27 Camborne Res 17

Camborne were in contention throughout before finally conceding defeat to a late converted home try at Polson Bridge.

For the Cherry & Whites hooker Stuart Milliner and fly half Matt Bennetts scored tries with scrum half Jason Jackson converting both as well as landing a penalty goal.

Youth football

COBRAS EXTEND RUN:

Threemilestone Tigers U13s 0 Trevenson Cobras U13s 3

The Cobras maintained their unbeaten record on a cold morning at Threemilestone.

A great through ball from Ben Alston for Henry Dagger saw him put the Cobras ahead and Caden Watson then struck a 30-yarder into the bottom left corner to make the score 2-0. Just before half-time Jake Brown played a great ball to Charlie O'Connell who managed to beat his man for Ben Alston to tuck away for a 3-0 half-time lead.

The second half saw both sides keep attacking but neither team were able to add to the scoring. However, man of the match Charlie O'Connell did have another goal disallowed for offside.

Trevenson Vipers 9 Wendron Goats 1

The Vipers carried on where they left off last week with a very impressive win over Wendron Goats Red.

Trevenson got off to a flying start with Samuel Thomas running down the left wing in the first minute and cutting inside to shoot across the goal into the top corner and he soon made it 2-0.

Liam Snodden scored a third after running through the defence before Wendron pulled a goal back.

Samuel Thomas then completed his hat-trick to make it 4-1, again seeing that the defence was caught out and managed to get through again to make it 4-1.

Further goals before half-time from Jordan Hale and Snodden to saw Trevenson in control at 6-1 at half-time.

After the interval Thomas took his tally to five with two more goals before setting up Wharton to complete the scoring.

Trevenson Harriers U10s 3 Falmouth United Rangers 1

Trevenson Harriers took on Falmouth United Rangers with both teams undefeated in the league.

The game started with a high tempo, but with some great passing the Harriers broke through with captain Aaron Ibbetson driving home from 12-yards.

Falmouth applied more pressure but were held at bay by the solid defending of Piran Phillips and Toby Doe.

A great ball from Harrison Mathews found Aaron Ibbetson on the half way line to make a run and with some great skill beat the defence and slot past the keeper to make it 2-0.

In the second half Falmouth pounced on a loose ball to make it 2-1 but a great break by man of the match Toby Doe found Niall Hogan to seal the win 3-1.

Hayle U12s 4 St Day Miners U12s 1

St Day started a little slowly and soon found themselves 2-0 down and chasing the game after only ten minutes.

The Miners then seemed to shift up a gear and played some impressive passing football and nearly scored after some creative football by their hardworking midfield.

Cobh Cregan superbly crossed to Aaron Sharkey who was unfortunate to see his shot just go wide.

St Day started the second half brightly and pressed and got their just reward when Sam Etherington whipped in a wonderful corner which flew into the Hayle doal.

St Day, now with the momentum, thought they had equalised when Etherington hit a screamer from 30-yards out into the roof of the Hayle goal only for his effort to be ruled out for offside.

St Day continued to press forward but came unstuck when Hayle scored two very good breakaway goals late on.

St Day's coaches were slightly disappointed with the result, but were extremely pleased with the team's performance which seems to be improving weekly.

Squad: Kieran Daughtery, Jouan Rowe, David Taylor, Oliver Hirst, Brenna Rowe, Jago Ford, Cobh Cregan, Samuel Churchill, Aaron Sharkey, Thomas Richards, Lewis Wills and Sam Etherington.

Cricket

REDRUTH FUND-RAISER:

Redruth Cricket Club are hosting an Auction and Race night at the clubhouse on Saturday.

Items include a signed England v West Indies bat 2012; signed Muralitheran shirt; signed Gloucestershire CC shirt plus many other items. All in aid of Cancer Care Homes and RCC junior members going on tour with CSCA in February next year.

Redruth's annual meeting will be held at the Trewirgie clubhouse on Thursday November 29, commencing 7.30pm, to be followed by the Redruth CC Social Club AGM. All members are encouraged to attend both meetings.

CHACEWATER AUCTION:

Chacewater Cricket Club will be holding a fundraising auction on Saturday at the Chiverton Arms, Blackwater TR4 8HS, starting at 8pm.

Items to auction will include a bat signed by the Nottinghamshire County team; a year's subscription to Cricketer Magazine; two tickets to Lord's including access to Members Enclosure & Long Room; two tickets each for county matches at Somerset, Gloucestershire and Hampshire; signed photos including Dickie Bird, Mark Ramprakash, Jade Dernbach, Steve Davis (Surrey), Richard Hughes, Jonjo O'Neill, Nicky Henderson; various books & DVDs – Jonathon Agnew, WG Grace, Fires of Babylon etc; signed Cornish Pirates rugby shirt; tickets for Redruth Rugby Club; six tickets for Spa treatments and sauna at the Penventon Hotel, Redruth. Hampers, homemade cakes and gifts and many other items donated by local businesses.

All are welcome.

Short mat

CAMBORNE DISTRICT LEAGUE

Division One:

P

W

D

L

Pts

Camborne Shirts

5

4

0

1

8

Perran Hawks

4

3

0

1

6

Beacon Tolcarne

5

2

0

3

4

Carnkie Chasers

4

2

0

2

4

Kehelland Robins

4

2

0

2

4

Kehelland Ravens

3

1

0

2

2

Beacon Grenville

3

1

0

2

2

Nancegollan Nomads

4

1

0

3

2

Division Two:

P

W

D

L

Pts

Carnkie Strollers

4

3

0

1

6

Redruth Park

5

3

0

2

6

Townshend Bucks

3

2

0

1

4

Kehelland Rooks

3

2

0

1

4

Redruth Victoria

4

2

0

2

4

Camborne Cherries

5

2

0

3

4

St Day Saints

4

1

0

3

2

Leedstown Dabs

4

1

0

3

2

Division Three:

P

W

D

L

Pts

St Day Sinners

3

3

0

0

6

St Day Starlings

5

3

0

2

6

U3A Larks

4

3

0

1

6

New Lanner

4

2

0

2

4

Nancegollan Nutters

3

1

0

2

2

U3A Rebels

4

1

0

3

2

Lanner Foxes

3

0

0

3

0

Division Four North:

P

W

D

L

Pts

Lanner Belles

2

2

0

0

4

Townshend Tinners

2

2

0

0

4

Leedstown Rays

4

2

0

2

4

Lanner Pennance

2

1

0

1

2

Clasp Pilgrims

3

0

1

2

1

U3A Pirates

3

0

1

2

1

Division Four South:

P

W

D

L

Pts

Lanner Falcons

3

3

0

0

6

Camborne Shorts

3

2

0

1

4

U3A Ladybirds

4

2

0

2

4

St Day Swifts

2

1

0

1

2

Perran Choughs

3

1

0

2

2

Kehelland Kestrels

3

0

0

3

0

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