20th May 2012
Perranwell 0-1 Troon
Perranwell lose Supplimentary Cup Final
Dave Fisher’s last game as Perranwell manager ended in disappointment.
In a close fought game at Bickland Park it was Troon that managed to create most of the chances in the 1st half and had a goal disallowed for offside. It was end to end but no teams could find the break through.
The 2nd half saw Perranwell apply the pressure, but the lack of finishing their chances was their downfall as Troon counter attacked and left Ashley Smeeth one on one with the Goalkeeper Harry Rimmer who was unable to prevent Smeeth to slot the ball into the back of the net to put Troon infront.
Perranwell made changes and pressed for the equaliser with Matt Rose coming closest with a header that looped over the bar. The troon defence held on to win the Supplementary Cup Final for the first time in their history.
Samuel and Thomas Phillips both played their last game for Perranwell. It didn’t go the way it was suppose to but that’s football and life. It has been an honour and privilege to play for Dave Fisher and Perranwell Football Club.
13th May 2012
Perranwell 3-2 Newqauy Reserves
Perranwell are through to the Supplementary Cup final, beating Newquay Reserves 3-2 AET in dramatic style at Kernick Road
The game started brightly but it was Matt Read who put Perranwell in front with a fine shot from outside the box.
As the game went on Newquay pressed and Perranwell defended well. It was looking like The Well would hold on to victory going in the remaining 10 minutes of the game. But in the last minute it wasn’t to be as a deep cross to the back post was met by the Newquay striker to beat the defender in the air to take the game to extra time
Mid way through extra time, substitute Liam Paddock latched onto a through ball and scored with an excellent finish making the score 2-1 to Perranwell. However, with 10 minutes to go of extra time. Newquay equalised again which made it seem that the game would be heading to penalties.
But Liam Paddock had other ideas and with 5 minutes to go, scored on the counter attack, to break Newquay hearts and send Perranwell into the Final.
5th May 2012
Porthleven Reserves 0-4 Perranwell
Perranwell end league season in 9th with well earnt 4-0 victory.
They will take good confidence going into the Supplementary Cup Semi Final as Gavin Boom and Barry Leete made their mark with 2 goals each.
It was one way traffic for the majority of the game and Porthleven rarely threatened the Perranwell goal.
Barry Leete made the scores 2-0 going into half time. Gavin Boon came on as a second half substitute and scored 2 well taken goals to seal the victory.
24th April 2012
Perranwell 3-2 Falmouth Athletic
Twins wave King George Playing fields off on a high!
The opening goal came after 20 minutes when a deep free kick saw David Standing direct back across goal for Thomas Phillips to header the ball into the top corner.
10 Minutes later Gavin Boom scored yet again to double ‘The Well’s’ advantage… This lead however was short lived as a needless free-kick was given away, which resulted in Steve Kellow snatching a goal back. The tied of the game had turned, and 5 minutes later Luke Kelland fired home after some careless defending and the game tied back again. Perranwell had dominated the majority of first half but full credit to Falmouth Athletic for taking there chances.
Going into the second half and both sides struggled to find the breakthrough. Until, with 10 minutes to go, some great play by Matt Rose down the left wing resulted in the ball being cut back to Samuel Phillips who volleyed home the winning goal to take all 3 points!
Perranwell have now won their last 6 games and will be looking to take this form into Sunday’s Semi final against Newquay and St Day in the Supplementary cup.
21st April 2012
Perranwell 3-0 Wendron
Gavin Boon Boon Boon
Perranwell looked to continue their best run of the season against 6th place Wendron. It was the home side who started off the strongest and it was with no surprise that Gavin Boom opened up the scoring thanks to a long Luke Brabyn throw which skimmed off Boon’s head and into the back of the net.
The second goal was a stunning free kick from the lethal striker who placed a low drilled shot past un-sighted keeper.
The second half saw Perranwell continue to dominate. The next goal was always going to be the crucial one and at last it came with Gavin Boom stealing the show and scoring his first Hat-trick of the season with a well taken shot inside the area.
Perranwell now sit at top of the form guide with yet another fantastic performance which has had an extremely positive effect on morale on and off the field and hopefully this will continue into Tuesday nights game against Falmouth Athletic and most importantly into the Semi Final of the Supplemetary cup in a weeks time against Newquay.
This game also marked the end of ‘The Well’ Perranwell’s matchday programme.
17th April 2012
Penryn Athletic 2-3 Perranwell
Match of the Season.
Perranwell showed what they were made of with a superb comeback victory against local rivals and league leaders.
The Twins made their way back into the starting line-up and after 15 minutes it was in form striker to Gavin Boom who tucked the ball nicely under the keeper from 7 yards out. The lead however lasted only 10 minutes when Wade Brown capitalized on some slack defending and the game was tied at 1-1. The Village side dominated the half and could have easily been 2 or 3 goals ahead.
With two minutes till half time a deep penryn free kick to the back post was headed back into the path of Former Perranwell Player Steve Allen who couldn’t miss from inches out. Despite Perranwell’s claims the ball had originally crossed the line for a goal kick.. questions were asked at half time about the poor defending.
Perranwell came out in the second half looking to swing the tie around. 15 minutes in and they finally got their reward…. with Gavin Boom scoring yet again!
With both sides looking to find the Winning goal.. and Penryn’s title hopes lying in the balance… it was Matt Rose who provided the moment of the season with a leaping header at the back post which put the local village side into raptures!
Penryn dominated the last 5 minutes but despite coming close on several occasions were unable to find that equalizing goal.
A fantastic team performance that resulted in a fully deserved 3 points against the leagues number one side.
13th April 2012
Perranwell 4- 1 Holmans
Thomas Phillips back on the score sheet as Perranwell continue their great form.
Perranwell went one nil up 10 minutes into the first half thanks to Striker Barry Leete who finished a neatly worked goal with a calmly placed shot past the on-coming keeper. 5 Minutes later Dave Standing doubled the Well’s advantage with a thunderous back post header from an in swinging Corner.
Danny Quick then suffered a knee injury mid way through the first half and was replaced by Samuel Phillips, who within 3 minutes of coming on , nodded home at the front post to put Perrnawell 3 nil up going into the second half.
Holmans started off the second half the brighter of the two teams and it was Jason Blight who scored a close range shot to give the away side a glimmer of hope.
However, it was substitute Thomas Phillips who joined his twin brother on the score sheet to settle all hopes of a come back with a volley from the edge of the area. His first goal for 15 months after suffering a lengthy spell on the sidelines. A great moment for all!
Perranwell now face league leaders Penryn on Tuesday night.
10th April 2012
St Day 1-4 Perranwell
Perranwell took all 3 points after a second half that made all the difference.
The game started off brightly as Liam Paddock could have put The Well 1 nil up in the first 3 minutes ,but his attempt was mis-fired. Perranwell. Both sides had chances to go ahead and it was Mike Cruise who took broke the deadlock with another goalmouth scramble which Perranwell failed to clear after a back post defensive muddle.
Going into half time with the score one nil to St Day, Perranwell unusually made 3 straight changes for the second half with Twins Samuel and Thomas and Liam all making way.
The Changes proved worthwhile and St Day, who were playing a reserve side ahead of their Semi Final on Saturday, crumbled under the new.. revitalised Perranwell side.
Gavin Boom scored two, returning Midfield Matt Read and David Standing all finished well to leave the home side well and truly beaten. Perranwell will be looking to carry on their second half performance into the next home game against Holmans Sports Club.
7th April 2012
Perranwell 3- 1 Hayle Reserves
Perranwell gained all 3 points this afternoon with a fine team performance.
It was the home side who started off brightly with Thomas Phillips coming closest after hitting the post with a header from a deep corner kick. Liam Paddock then broke the deadlock to put the well 1 nil up.
With 10 minutes go to half time, Shane Webber stunned the crowd with an equalizing goal from a low drilled shot inside the area.
The second half remained balanced for the first 10 minutes until Samuel Phillips poked home from 8 yard thanks to a well worked cross from Liam Paddock. Hayle didn’t look like scoring for the majority of the second half and their fate was sealed after Barry Leete cancelled any hopes of a comeback.
Perranwell will now look to build on this win, away to St Day on Tuesday night, and hopefully finish the league season on a high.
3rd April 2012
Falmouth Athletic 2- 2 Perranwell
The mid week games kicked off with Perranwell yet again slipping to another draw. Playing in their Change strip of Yellow shirts it was Perranwell who started the game the brightest. A neatly played through ball by Samuel Phillips saw Gavin Boom put ‘The Well’ 1 nil up.
The first half was largely dominated by Perranwell but they couldn’t find the target again and went into the dressing rooms with the score at 1 nothing.
The second half saw Newly promoted Falmouth Athletic start on the front foot and it was Matthew Davis who put the home side back in front with a thunderous header from a corner.
Despite the pressure Perranwell looked to get back in the game with 20 minutes to go and it was David Standing who looked to grab perranwell all 3 points by finishing off a smart counter attacking move.
But it wasn’t over yet.. With 10 minutes to go it was a relatively tame shot by Richard Kellow from 25 yards out which was mis-read by Perranwell’s keeper Harry Rimmer and ended up bouncing over his head and into the back of the net to give both sides a share of the spoils.