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Luke Cup Final – Cornwall County FA U16 Cup – WINNERS

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

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 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

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

U15 COUNTY CUP Quarter Final – Blues 2 vs 0 Frogpool

Well done to the whole team today.  Sun was shining ‘though the air was chilly, but the pitch was playable !  The wind was moderate unlike our last match in January – also against Frogpool . Although the score was not as high as last match, the number of chances we created and the number … Continue reading

COUNTY CUP – Quaterfinals – Blues vs Helston Potters – AWAY 16th Nov – 11am KO

we play the next round of the County cup vs Helston at Helston.  The kick off will probably be 11am Other match are below. Boys U14’s County Cup Draw: Round 3 is as follows; Mevagissey Youth (U14) VS                   Wadebridge Town Youth (U14) Newquay AFC Youth (U14) VS                   Hayle Youth (U14) Helston Athletic Youth (Potters) VS                   … Continue reading

Goats smash their record during 1-0 win- vs Frogpool

  Having slept on it I think I’m now convinced we are on the correct tack.  In many matches it’s hard to read the underlining ebbs and flows in either team’s tactics but this match I think was a clear contrast. 2 years ago the team went the season without losing, using quick passing and direct football with … Continue reading

Blues COUNTY CUP – vs Frogpool – Sunday 19th OCT

Our first match in the County Cup is vs Frogpool AWAY.  It will be an 11am kick off on Sunday 19th Oct. Confirmed:  Danny, Sam W, Josh, Lucas,Taylor, Bailey,Cameron, Sam P, Trafford,Toby, Joe, Kian,Aaron, Unconfirmed: Unable:  Floyd,Dale, Boys U14’s County Cup Draw: Round 1 is as follows; Torpoint Athletic Youth FC (U14) VS Mevagissey Youth (U14) Saltash Youth (U14) … Continue reading

3rd Round County Cup Blues Vs Truro Devils – SUN 17th Nov

The next round of the County CUP has been drawn: We get a good match.   Confirmed: Floyd, Lucas, Joe, Danny, Cameron, Aaron, Trafford, Toby,  Unconfirmed: Luke, Dale, Sam P , Sam N 1.Truro City Youth (U13 Devils) v Wendron United Youth (U13 Blues) 2.Truro City Youth (U13 Tigers) v Holmans Youth (U13 Hotrods) 3.Culdrose … Continue reading

Blues 2 – Swifts 1 – COUNTY CUP – 20th Oct HOME

20/10/2013 Well just had my shower to get warm and dry!! Well done to both teams for playing through terrible conditions, the usual Wendron wind and rain, plus this time we had the luck to play with lightening and thunder right above our heads.  They were not easy conditions but both teams played great football … Continue reading