Luke Cup Final

The final turned out to be the most exciting spectator event and was probably one of the toughest and closest matches we have played – a fitting end to the 10-year journey that the Goats have been on.  Of the 34 teams entered from all around Cornwall, for the second year running at the final whistle, … Continue reading

“LUKE Cup” Semi – Final 2017

The Goats had their ‘away day’ to Bude yesterday to compete in the Cornwall FA Luke Cup.  The importance of the occasion dawned on the players when we had to ask for an increase in the match day sub to cover the 4 officials that the FA had allocated for the match.  1 ref, 2 … Continue reading

League matches vs Charlestown on 19th and 26th Feb 0-1 & 3-2

It hasbeen a long break between the Godolphin match and by a quirk we have back to back games against the League leaders Charlestown Dynamos. The first match was at home on the 19th at home and I quote Matt’s writeup “Disappointed to lose 1-0 v Charlestown. Cannot fault the effort, determination and all round play … Continue reading

6th League Match vs Godolphin

A match in difficult windy conditions.  I’ll quote Matt “Great finish to your 2016 matches. Godolphin 1-4 Wendron. Cold, windy morning at Treviglas. Really difficult conditions, but both teams did their best to keep the ball down and play. In my opinion, it was a brilliant team performance! Danny assured and vocal in goal. Dale, … Continue reading

5th League match : Goats 8 – Penzance 0

Tom Jose is on fire – 4 goals today and 2 goals against St Austell last week.  Who spread this rumour that we should play him at left back? Today was a day when we set hopefully set ourselves personal targets to improve in various aspects of the game.  The last 4 matches have been a … Continue reading

4th league match vs St Austell

Wendron 4 – St Austell 1 We’re getting our shape better  for the whole match and understanding of how the dynamic of our team works best.  There were no lapse in defence which occurred too frequently in earlier matches. I’ll quote Matt again after a good well-controlled match against a team that had the better … Continue reading

3rd League match vs Penzanze U16

I’ll quote Matt’s match report “Well earned 6-1 win at Penzance. Started unusually sharp today, creating several chances and testing the keeper. Yeshe heading the opener and Cameron the second. They pulled one back with a well taken finish following a ball through the middle of our defence. We were then a bit shaky with … Continue reading

2nd League match – Vs Culdrose

Following our new strategy , deployed successfully in the last 2 games we conceded a quick goal – this time in less than 30 seconds. An improvement on last week ! Then with the score at 0-1 we quickly started to play football .  There were a few scares where we could have gone 2 or 3 goals … Continue reading

Schedule for 2016-17

Our fixture schedules for next year. Please let me know if any clash with the next holiday(s) abroad etc ! We know who you are – we are on Facebook 🙂 . I have 7 days in which to make any changes. 04/09/2016 Penzance Dynamos vs Wendron Goats 11/09/2016 Wendron Goats vs GODOLPHIN LIGHTNING 25/09/2016 … Continue reading

2015-16 season league tables

Fixtures & Results 2015 – 2016 KERNOW Mixed Under 15s 11 a side – Premiership If we did not go and win the Premier League and the most sport team in our division. Congratulations to the team and parents for their high sporting markings.  Matt , Ian and I will have to do better next … Continue reading

Goats 4 – Culdrose 0

On Sunday it was a Cup match and although not the best football we won.  So after all the Cornwall FA U15 teams had entered we were the last one standing. But now it is back to the League, so on a chilly but bright evening the Goats played Culdrose for a second time in 2 … Continue reading

Cornwal FA County Champions – U15

Well done lads – tight game but did enough. 2-1 winners.  to be honest was not a brilliant final with beautiful football.  In fact it was a bit like a very large game of pinball.  The wind and very bobbly pitch did not help.  However a win is win and sometimes a team has to just … Continue reading

Goats 8 – Illogan 0

Quoting Matt again.  Getting a bit of habit for me.  A quick thank you to the trainee refs from around the county doing their training course course at Wendron who each spent 10 minutes  on the pitch refereeing. “Comfy 8-0 win BLUES at home to Illogan on the main pitch. Started well with great passing … Continue reading

Goats win 2 matches vs Hayle

Yesterday evening  we play two 50 minute matches vs Hayle. The past winter has forced the Cornwall FA to sanction so called ‘double headers’  so we can complete the season. Here is Matt’s write up of two exciting matches . “Tense evening down at Hayle, playing two 50 minute matches. Thankfully winning the first game 1-0 … Continue reading

Goats 0 – St Austell 2

Some days the football just does not catch the imagination , and today we were flat.  We never really imposed ourselves or dictated the play.  And against a team like St Austell they needed no prompting to seize the chance  and get in the driving seat. They took their chances when we did not.  A … Continue reading

Goats vs Culdrose – U15 COUNTY CUP FINAL

The venue is now ST Day.   We KO at 1.30pm   This is the instructions from the county FA Parking on the day is within walking distance and view of the club, will be sign posted and marshals will be in attendance. There will be parking at the club will be for county officials … Continue reading

Blues 3 – Mevagissy 2

Just recovered after standing in the Wendron rain and wind .  Too tired to write up the match so just pasting in Matt’s report.  Well played Lucas. “Awesome comeback BLUES! Mevagissey could be our ‘bogie team’. Their pressing direct style scuppered our passing game on the muddy top pitch. But we battled from 2-1 down … Continue reading

County Cup Semi Final – Goats 12 – Falmouth United 0

Played on the astro at Penryn College, we were able to exploit the large pitch and good clean surface to play a wide expansive passing game. Falmouth challenged for the full match but were a few microseconds off the pace and over the full 80 minutes this difference told. Their effort could not be faulted. … Continue reading