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Falmouth & Penryn Grassoots Sport February 13

By West Briton  |  Posted: February 13, 2014

  • Students from Penryn and Falmouth GTUK Taekwon-do who took part in the grading at the Laburnum Hall. The students train on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Temperence Hall in Penryn from 6pm, and at the Laburnum Hall, Falmouth on a Monday and Thursday from 6.30pm. For further details about GTUK (Global Taekwon-do) visit www.gt-uk.net

  • Falmouth Town's Harry Evans is sent flying by Tavistock's Harry Southcott during Saturday's Carlsberg SWPL Premier Division match at Bickland Park. Pictures by Toby Weller.

  • Falmouth striker Rob Wearne finds himself sandwiched between Tavistock's Dave Hallett and Harry Southcott at Bickland Park on Saturday. Town won the match 2-0 to ease their relegation worries.

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Hockey

MIXED SUCCESS FOR FALMOUTH:

CSM 1, Falmouth 4

Falmouth played the first of their three group matches in this season's mixed competition at Pool School on Sunday.

The mixed team, consisting of Falmouth Ladies and men from Truro, braved the weather to open the defence of their County title. After a strong start a loose ball was capitalised on by the CSM forwards and converted past keeper Andy Webborn against the run of play. Falmouth soon hit back; a strong run down the right from Bernie Matthews found Iona Middleton wide.

She picked out Ged Millward whose driven cross was met brilliantly by Josh Pearce diving at the near post. Another goal soon followed with Will Smith converting over the keeper with a slick reverse touch.

After the break Falmouth continued to dominate and CSM struggled to gain any hold on the game. Any moves into the Falmouth 25 area were cut out brilliantly by the defence of Megan Cookson, Rachel Medd and Tom Hubbard.

A well rehearsed penalty corner saw Millward and Matthews link up to produce the third goal. Only a minute later Victoria Pryor picked up a ball off the keeper's pads for the fourth. Falmouth play Duchy and Penzance in their other group matches.

Falmouth team: Kat Barbery-Redd, Vic Pryor, Meg Cookson, Rachel Medd, Iona Middleton, Andy Webborn, Ged Millward, Bernie Matthews, Josh Pearce, Tom Hubbard, Jonny Sutton and Will Smith.

The league matches due to be played on Saturday were both postponed due to travelling conditions but the mixed game on Sunday was played at Pool School, report attached.

On Saturday Falmouth 1 have a rare Saturday off but Falmouth 2 play a friendly v Newquay 2 at Penryn College at 10.30am.

Taekwon-do

STUDENTS SET HIGH STANDARDS:

Students from Penryn and Falmouth GTUK Taekwon-do gathered together at the Laburnum Hall for a grading of which they were assessed on their ability to not only kick and punch but the skill they show in their patterns (sequences of techniques), Korean terminology, sparring and self defence.

The students were also being judged on their ability to show the five tenets of Taekwon-do – courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control, and indomitable spirit.

It was pleasing to see the high standards of all the students.

We wish to give a big 'thank you' to all instructors involved in preparing the students for this successful grading and a massive "well done" to all the students who took part in the grading.

Taekwon-do is an excellent way to stay fit and active, to learn self defence as well as discipline.

The students train on a Tuesday and Thursday at the Temperence Hall in Penryn from 6pm, and at the Laburnum Hall, Falmouth on a Monday and Thursday from 6.30pm.

Pool

WEST CORNWALL WINTER POOL LEAGUE:

The top two teams played each other in Division One of the West Cornwall Winter Pool League last week and for the second time this season, leaders Helston FC A let a 4-1 lead slip to a 5-4 defeat.

Gary Smith, Simon Morrish, Mark Thomas and Dan Jenkin won for the football club and Jason Grigor and Pete Williams were Wendron's singles winners.

Helston FC A still have a nine point lead but have their bye this week while Wendron face a tricky game against Lizard FC A.

Lizard FC A came from 3-2 down to defeat White Hart B 6-3 and the Rodney Inn B team won all three doubles to edge a 5-4 win against the Atlantic Inn A team.

The Killigrew Inn also won all three doubles to win 5-4 against St Keverne Band Club while Rodney Inn A won by the same score against Godolphin Club F.

Mullion FC A just defeated the Bell Inn A team 5-4 last week and have an 11 point lead at the top of Division Two.

There was a massive change in the race for second spot as wins from Ian Richards, Ed Oxford, Nick Kemp, Andrew Ladbroke and Chris Pryor helped Paris A to an 8-1 win over White Hart A and Helston RFC A suffered a 7-2 loss against Godolphin Club B.

Paris A are now only a point behind the Rugby Club.

Helston RBL B won 6-3 against Helston RFC C and White Hart C defeated the Lion and Lamb A team by the same score.

Helston CC stretched their lead in Division Three with an 8-1 win against Mounts Bay while all the other games were close in the division.

Angel Hotel A had a 6-3 victory over Helston RFC D and Lion and Lamb B were yet another team to win all three doubles and edge a 5-4 victory playing against the Crown Inn.

The Five Pilchards put a small dent in the Harbour Inn's promotion challenge with a 6-3 win, singles wins coming from Tony Carey, Hector Jourdan, Nick Rogers and Darran Anstey.

Wins from Johnny Cole, Rob Price, Charlie Conway, Nathan Roberts and Barry Hennessy helped Helston FC B to a 8-1 win and stretch their lead at the top of Division Four. Nathan Rogers defeated Mark Mullen for Out of the Blue's success.

Red Lion A trailed four times against the Queens Arms but won the last two doubles to gain a 5-4 win and Atlantic Inn B had a 6-3 victory against Potters Bar A. Some results in the team knockout and Wendron CC A had a 5-1 win against Helston RFC A while Helston FC A won 5-3 against Atlantic Inn A.

The Crown Inn had a fine 5-4 win against Rodney Inn B and Red Lion A edged out Bell Inn B 5-4.

Helston CC A won 5-2 against Angel Hotel A while results are still required for the remaining games.

Singles qualifiers: Rodney Inn, Paul Williams (Lizard FC A) and Sarah Gallant (Angel Hotel A); Godolphin Club, Jamie Welton (Red Lion A) and Kevin Bosustow (Lizard FC A); Helston RBL, Jason Grigor (Wendron CC A) and Dan Jenkin (Helston FC A); Helston RBL (2), Jon Waddoups (Bell Inn) and Simon Morrish (Helston FC A); Angel Hotel, K Chambers (Rodney Inn A) and Stu Thomas (Rodney Inn A); Helston RFC, Les Rundle (Wendron CC A) and Mark Jenkin (Helston FC A); Wendron CC, JP Collins (Atlantic Inn A) and Tony Woodhams (Atlantic Inn A); Helston FC, Shane McCartney (Wendron CC) and Tony Bungay (Rodney Inn A).

Pool

WEST CORNWALL WINTER LEAGUE

Division One:

P

W

L

B

Pts

Helston FC A

15

12

3

15

114

Wendron CC A

14

13

1

14

105

Lizard FC A

15

13

2

15

97

Rodney Inn B

15

8

7

15

83

Rodney Inn A

15

8

7

15

83

White Hart B

15

8

7

15

81

Helston RBL A

14

6

8

14

80

Killigrew Inn

15

5

10

15

75

Godolphin Club F

15

7

8

15

73

Atlantic Inn A

15

5

10

15

69

St Keverne Band Club

15

5

10

15

69

Coach & Horses

14

2

12

14

60

Constantine SC A

13

3

10

13

56

Results: White Hart B 3 Lizard FC A 6; Wendron CC A 5 Helston FC A 4; Godolphin Club F 4 Rodney Inn A 5; Rodney Inn B 5 Atlantic Inn A 4; St Keverne Band Club 4 Killigrew Inn 5.

Single Aggregate: 13 Wins – Kev Bosustow (Lizard FC A), Gary Smith (Helston FC A), Kelvin Retallack (St Keverne Band Club); 12 wins – Simon Morrish (Helston FC A), Robbie Snell (Killigrew Inn).

Division Two:

P

W

L

B

Pts

Mullion FC A

15

14

1

15

107

Helston RFC A

15

10

5

15

96

Paris A

15

10

5

15

95

Godolphin Club B

15

10

5

15

90

Helston RBL B

14

10

4

14

86

Lion & Lamb A

15

7

8

15

83

Helston RFC C

15

9

6

15

82

Bell Inn A

15

6

9

15

80

Helston RFC B

15

5

10

15

72

White Hart C

14

5

9

14

71

White Hart A

15

3

12

15

71

Helston RBL D

14

5

9

14

70

Godolphin Club A

15

2

13

12

50

Results: White Hart A 1 Paris A 8; Helston RBL B 6 Helston RFC C 3; Godolphin Club A 3 Helston RFC B 6; Helston RFC A 2 Godolphin Club B 7; Mullion FC A 5 Bell Inn A 4; Lion & Lamb A 3 White Hart C 6.

Single Aggregate: 12 wins – Bryan Winney (Bell A), Chris Spurrier (Mullion FC A), Scott Patterson (Mullion FC), Nick Butterill (Helston RFC A).

Division Three:

P

W

L

B

Pts

Helston Cricket Club

15

14

1

15

105

Wendron CC B

14

11

3

32

91

Harbour Inn

15

8

7

15

90

Angel Hotel A

14

8

6

14

89

Crown Inn

14

11

3

14

85

Mounts Bay

15

7

8

14

81

Black Swan

15

5

10

15

81

Helston RFC D

15

5

10

15

77

Five Pilchards

15

5

10

15

74

Lion & Lamb B

15

7

8

10

72

Lizard FC C

15

6

9

15

69

Mullion FC B

15

5

10

12

68

Breage SC

15

4

11

14

63

Results: Black Swan 4 Mullion FC B 5; Crown Inn 4 Lion & Lamb B 5; Five Pilchards 6 Harbour Inn 3; Helston Cricket Club 8 Mounts Bay 1; Lizard FC C 5 Breage SC 4; Helston RFC D 3 Angel Hotel A 6.

Single Aggregate: 13 wins – Josh Ninnis (Helston CC A), Jamie Borrett (Helston CC A); 12 wins – Wayne Rogers (Crown Inn), Dave Morris (Mullion FC B).

Division Four:

P

W

L

B

Pts

Helston FC B

16

12

4

16

106

Red Lion A

16

12

4

16

99

Bell Inn B

16

10

6

16

96

Seven Stars

15

8

7

14

90

Atlantic Inn B

15

9

6

15

90

Potters Bar A

16

7

9

16

89

Out of the Blue

16

7

9

16

86

Potters Bar B

14

11

3

14

83

Queens Arms

16

7

9

16

83

Red Lion B

16

6

10

16

82

Constantine SC B

15

5

10

14

81

Wheel Inn

16

7

9

16

80

Red Lion C

16

5

11

16

68

Paris B

15

3

12

13

62

Results: Constantine SC B 5 Wheel Inn 4; Red Lion A 5 Queens Arms 4; Atlantic Inn B 6 Potters Bar A 3; Paris B 6 Red Lion C 3; Helston FC B 8 Out of the Blue 1; Bell Inn B 6 Red Lion B 3.

Single Aggregate: 13 wins – Benji Tremayne (Red Lion B), Paul Richards (Constantine SC B), Stu Hamill (Potters Bar A); 12 wins – David Cheetham (Potters Bar B), Nathan Rogers (Out of the Blue), Lee Thomas (Seven Stars).

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