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Clash of the champions
The two champions of Division One, northern and southern sections, will clash in the first match of the season, the FA Women's Cup First Qualifying Round. Only the FA Cup could produce a tie like this which will, no doubt, produce a very interesting match. Furthermore, the winners of this tie visit Exeter City who were relegated from the Combination League last season.
Penzance face another long trek in this competition, a trip to former league members, Ross Town. Bath City on the other hand were luckier, drawing Cornish team Launceston at home.
Newcomers from the South West Combination take on Swindon Spitfires at home whilst Alphington Ladies entertain the unknown ISCA Vikings and Ashdown Rovers do so for Southampton from the Southern League.
Cornish Women’s Newsmail
Cornish Women’s Newsmail
Cornwall Trophies Cup (Preliminary Round)
Camelford 11-0 Kerrier Terriers
Camelford were seven up against Kerrier Terriers at half time, going on to win 11-0. Sam Horwell put five past stand-in keeper Emma Robinson, Anita Symons added a hat-trick, with Zoe Bennett scoring once and Harlow Simm's brace being her first goals ever. Terriers suffered some first-half injuries but got some forward momentum going after the break. Camelford will host Bude or Wadebridge in the next round.
Penryn P-P Penzance Res
Penryn could not field a team for their cup-tie, which may now be rescheduled for a midweek date. The game may have to be switched to Penzance, who have added Helen Stubbs to their reserves squad. Meanwhile first-team defender Sara Dickson has recovered from injury, in good time for their FA Cup trip to Ross Town in September.
St.Columb Minor 4-2 Stoke Climsland
St.Columb Minor shared their four goals around that defeated Stoke Climsland 4-2. Micky Cushen, Kirsty Dilley, Amy Jarvis and Jody Newark all scored for the hosts, who now face Wendron in the next round. Sarah Blowey netted both goals for the visitors.
Holmans 0-6 Liskeard Athletic
Liskeard's 6-0 win at Holmans gives them a first round tie at Launceston.
St.Breward 3-0 St.Agnes
Roche P-P Tamarside
Hayle 2-6 St.Blazey
St.Blazey made the most of the wind at their backs in the first-half to build up a 3-0 lead at Hayle. Sue Woodman's 30-yard effort bounced over the keeper, Kim Woods doubled the lead, with Leesa Grainger putting in to hit the third. Anna Wherry made it 4-0 one minute after the start, Ayeisha Dyer then scoring after a long run. Hayle pulled two goals back through Tracy Davies and Amy Drinkwater, before Wherry scored her second to make the final score 6-2.
Hayle's charity match with Holmans has now been put back to September 8th.
There are two CCFA Coaching days for boys and girls at Hayle FC on August 31st and September 1st. Call Sarah on 01736 850505 for details.
Bude Town P-P Wadebridge Town
(Wadebridge could not field a team)
Falmouth Town 1-9 Madron
Gemma Oldfield scored for Falmouth Town but they went out 9-1 at home to Madron.
Madron will travel to St.Blazey in the next round.
Marazion 1-0 Mullion
A Jo Barker shot, which crept under the Mullion keeper, gave Marazion a 1-0 victory and a first round tie at home to St.Ives. Goalkeeper Jane Wills kept Mullion out, with an important interception from Lesley protecting the Blues lead.
Goonhavern 1-3 Launceston
Three defensive errors led to Goonhavern's 3-1 friendly loss to Launceston, the visitors having been on top during the first-half. L.A.Reeks headed home a corner for the hosts, who dominated the second-half.
Newquay Development 5-1 Caerphilly Cougars
Tamsin Keat scored a hat trick as Newquay's youngsters beat Caerphilly Cougars 5-1 in a friendly. The Welsh side levelled at 1-1 before going behind by half time. Kimberley Eek and Carla Pas also scored as Newquay added a third after the restart and two late goals.
FA Cup trail begins
Four Cornish sides begin the FA Women's Cup trail this Sunday (September 5th), with 1st Qualifying Round games, worth £100 to the winners.
Only Madron of the four are at home, with Reading Girls their visitors, who won the Berks & Bucks League last season.
Two local sides head for Bath, where there's an all-South West Premier clash between Team Bath and Newquay, with Launceston facing Bath City, two divisions their senior.
Penzance face the long trip to Herefordshire to take on Ross Town of the West Midlands Division 1 South.
All matches kick-off at 2pm.
Cornwall results and fixtures
Cornwall League IT Associates Cup (Preliminary Round)
Stoke Climsland 11-0 Falmouth Town
Stoke Climsland did enough in their 1st Leg IT Associates Cup tie to make the return a formality, beating Falmouth Town 11-0. But credit to the visitors, who made the long trip with only nine players.
Sarah Blowey and Kate Bourne both grabbed four goals, with one each for Natalie Ryder, Rosy Fierek and Kerry Edwards
Wadebridge Town P-P St.Breward
(Wadebridge could not field a team)
Sandy Lodge Division 1 Cup 1st Round 1st Leg
Launceston 1-0 Marazion
Launceston will take a narrow lead to the second leg of the Division 1 Cup tie at Marazion, after winning the home game 1-0.
Liskeard Athletic 3-1 St. Blazey
Liskeard Athletic won the first leg of their Division 1 Cup tie with St. Blazey but were disappointed to concede a late Lauren Dowrick goal, which will make for a tighter return match.
Liskeard's Player of the Match, Helen King-Scott, scored early in each half, with Charlotte Hobbs netting on the half-hour in the 3-1 win. The visitors Player of the Match was goalkeeper Tracey Johns.
Hayle 1-4 Mullion
Mullion claimed a 4-1 first-leg lead from the Division 1 Cup game at Hayle, all goals coming in the second-half. Becky Hall got the first and Elise Griffiths the second on her debut.
Hayle pulled a goal back with a good finish by Amy Brooks from a left wing cross. Becky Hall added the third and then it was her cross that brought about an own goal.
Bude Town P-P Penryn
Penryn's Cornwall Trophies Cup Preliminary Round tie with Penzance Reserves is likely to be rearranged for this Thursday (September 2nd), kick-off 7.30pm at Penlee Park. The game has been switched to Penzance, as Penryn were unable to stage a game under lights.
Newquay 1-2 Scunthorpe United
Newquay lost a close friendly with Northern Combination side, Scunthorpe United. The visitors goalkeeper had a great game, keeping Newquay out as the hosts dominated the first-half. But Scunthorpe struck twice after the break, the keeper flapping at the first, the second coming from a free kick.
Dawna Dennett pulled a goal back for Newquay but they lost 2-1, with the visitors just about doing enough to deserve the win
Thurs Sept 2nd Cornwall Trophies Cup Preliminary Round
Penryn v Penzance Reserves (switched to Penzance FC, 7.30pm).
Sept 5th (2pm) FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round
Ross Town v Penzance
Madron v Reading Girls
Bath City v Launceston
Bath v Newquay.
Cornwall League Division 1
Liskeard Athletic v St.Blazey
Marazion v Mullion
Penryn v Hayle.
Division 2 East
Stoke Climsland v St.Breward
Roche v Camelford
Wadebridge Town v St.Columb
Division 2 West
Holmans v Kerrier Terriers
St.Ives v St.Agnes
Storm v Goonhavern
Wendron v Falmouth Town.
Weds Sept 8th Charity Match
Hayle v Holmans (6.30pm KO).
Penzance Ladies FC
The Magpies Newsletter - September 5th 2004
Reserves in Cornwall Trophies CupFirst team in FA Cup
Cornwall Trophies Cup Preliminary Round
Penryn v Penzance ReservesIn their very first competitive game, Penzance Reserves produced an upset on Thursday evening at Penlee Park, knocking first division Penryn out of the Cornwall Trophies Cup.
Rachel Perring saw her early effort hit the roof of the Penryn net but the first goal wasn't far off. Rachel Bennett beat two defenders but had her shot blocked, only for Peg Murray-Evans to find the net from the edge of the box for a 12th minute lead. Magpies goalkeeper Becky Williams turned a Nicky Ellis shot round the post before the lead was doubled on 20 minutes, Bennett going past her marker to fire home a fine goal from the corner of the box. Penryn were straight back in the game as an attempted clearance went in off Natasha Mills.
A lively start to the second-half saw Lisa Harris block a Tracy House shot but three minutes in, Perring crashed home a loose ball after a corner. A great move ended with Helen Stubbs forcing another corner, from which House netted the fourth Magpies' goal. Sam Parker fired over the bar from a free-kick and Michelle Saunders had two shots saved, before Ellis pulled a goal back at the other end on 81 minutes. Stubbs immediately replied, breaking into the box and firing into the far corner to complete a 5-2 win in front of a very vocal crowd.
Final score: Penryn 2-5 Penzance Reserves
Next matchPenzance now go to either Roche or Tamarside in the next round. Meanwhile, their first Division 2 West fixture is at home to Wendron this Sunday.Marazion striker Jo Barker is dual-signing for the first team.
Goalkeeper Jackie Teague is looking to rejoin the club.
Jenny Bowman is again listed as one of the club's Child Protection Officers.
Monthly fund-raising nights are to begin soon at the Magpies Clubhouse.
New kit and tracksuits requiredThe Magpies Reserves are in need of a new kit and set of tracksuits. Any potential sponsors are asked to call Dawn Bateman on 01209 719844.
TeamBecky Williams - Lisa Denley, Gemma Fitzgerald, Jenny Bowman - Rachel Bennett, Rachel Perring, Helen Stubbs, Peg Murray-Evans, Hannah Buckley - Tracy House, Sam Parker.
Subs: Michelle Saunders (for House), Lisa Phillips (for Buckley), Leanne Gilbert (for Perring).
FA Cup exit
Penzance Ladies First TeamPenzance suffered a disappointing exit at the first hurdle in the FA Women's Cup, going down 4-3 at Ross Town.
Early omens were not good, as the Magpies were given the wrong keys to the minibus for the near-500 mile round trip, meaning a convoy of cars was needed instead. But it was mistakes in the game that proved costly, even though Lauren Hosking made it 1-1, having been fed by Clare Boyd, Ross were 3-1 up by half-time.
Katie Barker pulled a goal back with a good 20-yard angled shot over the keeper but the hosts scored again, despite Natasha Bailey saving the original shot. Danni Barr hit a cracking third for Penzance but the equaliser wouldn't come.
Next matchThe Magpies now travel to Bath City on Sunday for their opening South West League fixture, whilst the Reserves host Wendron.
TeamBailey - B.Lawrence, Bateman, Dickson - Perring, Lewis, J.Lawrence, Barr, Williams - Hosking, Boyd.
Subs: Barker (for Perring), Bennett (for Dickson), Parker (for Lewis).
Other news snippets
Coming up...Thurs Sept 9th TRAINING (7pm), followed by club meeting at 8.30.
Sept 12th South West League Premier - Bath City v Penzance (2.00).
Cornwall League Div.2 West - Penzance Reserves v Wendron (2.30).
Thurs Sept 16th South West League Premier - Penzance v Newquay (7.30).
Weds Oct 13th (TBC) - Next Committee Meeting (Magpies Clubhouse, 7pm).
Magpies' cup trek to Ross
Penzance have been give a long trip in the FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round, to West Midland League side Ross Town on September 5th. The winners will host Madron or Reading Girls (Southern League) on September 26th.
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