THEWELL St George V Playing Fields – August 20th 2011 – KO 3:00pm
St just www.perranwellfc.com
Welcome to the opening game of the 2011/12 Cornwall Combination League match between Perranwell and St Just Cornwall Combination League Champions:
1976/77, 1996/97, 1997/98 Runners Up: 1975/76, 1992/93, 1995/96, 2003/04, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2010/11 Cornwall Combination League Cup Winners: 1993, 1994, 1998, 2011 Cornwall Combination League Cup Finalists: 1979, 1997, 2009 Supplementary Cup Finalists: 1977, 1993, 1994 Durning Lawrence Charity Cup Winners 1998 Evely Cup Winners: 1998, 2011 Evely Cup Finalists:
1977, 1993, 1994 Junior Cup Winners: 1973 Junior Cup Finalists: 1972 Falmouth and Helston League Champions: 1971/72, 1972/73 Jubilee Cup Winners: 1970 Percy Stevens Cup Winners: 1971, 1972 Mining League Champions: 1970
Founded: 1904 Nickname: The Well, Perran Ground: St George V Playing Fields, Perranwell Colours: Blue and Black Last Season: 2nd Chairman: Simon Fisher Vice Chairman: Lenard Mead 1st team Manager: Dave Fisher 2nd Team Manager: Mark Wood Treasurer: Ian Wilson Secretary: Dave Kemp
FISHER‘N’CHIPS Welcome to Steve Curnow’s players and the supporters of St. Just, in the opening game of the season. Steve's team always gives us a stiff test and today's game will be no exception. We have managed to retain most of last season's cup double success team. We welcome back Samuel Phillips from long term injury and twin brother Thomas is recovering well from a foot operation and should be back in training October/November. My assistants Tony Paddock and Paul Caddy have worked tirelessly in securing the signing of the players and a few new faces will be on show over the next couple of weeks. We have lost Paul Williams, Tom Whipp, Frazier Cadman and Kevin Lawrence who are all trying a higher level of football. We thank them for their contribution last season and wish them all the best for the future. Many thanks once again to our sponsors and supporters without whom the club would not be able to maintain our high standards. Good luck to Mark Wood and Nigel Braybn who have taken on the reigns of Second Team managers, and a big thank you to Garry Howell who has stepped down but will still act as second team secretary. Cheers all Fish
27/3/11 LC S/F
Perranwell 6 – 1 St Just
St Just 1 – 1 Perranwell
Perranwell 2 – 1 St Just
(Pullen 3, Richards, Lawrence, Hardwick)
Head2head Perranwell 39 wins St Just 17 wins 18 draws Biggest Perranwell win: 0-8 1997-98 Biggest St Just win: 5-0 1980-81 Visit www.cornwallcomboleague.co.uk for more information
www.perranwellfc.com + Keep up to date with all the news, fixtures and results + Catch up with last season’s PerranTV with exclusive video highlights including the League Cup and Evely Cup wins + View photos of the past and present + Download ‘The Well’ programme
THELeagueTable 2010/11 final league table
NEXTMATCH 23rd August 2011 - 18:15 - A – Mullion ‘The Well’, www.perranwellfc.com and ‘PerranTV’ has been created, designed and produced by Samuel and Thomas Phillips
FanoftheWeek Who are you? Fred Kemp. How long have you followed Perranwell? Started playing for the club in 1945 at the age of 14. Best match/moment? Playing with David Kemp in
the 2nd team. I support Perranwell because: I was born here. I have played for other teams but always come back to Perranwell.
Drink: Tetley and Lucozade TV/film: Rise of the foot soldiers
Album: Adele 21 Team: Crawley Town Career Highlight: Winning the League for Mawnan Football Ambition: Keep playing for as
long as I can. An interesting fact about me is thatâ€Ś I can jump quite high for a small fella
Position: Left Back Age: 30 Previous Clubs: Mawnan, Penryn, Falmouth, Porthleven, Hayle Boots: Puma King
Theawayteam Name: St Just Nickname: The Tinners Home Ground: Lafrowda Parc Colours: Green and Black Last Season: 6th After a 6th placed finish last season, St Just will be
hoping to push for a title challenge this time around. The Tinners will also be looking for redemption after their 6-1 defeat to Perranwell in last season’s League Cup Semi Final.
Today’s highly anticipated opening game of the 2011/12
season promises to be a tough and close fought contest.
JOIN US IN THE BAR FOR A DRINK AFTER THE GAME!
N. Curnow (c)
D. Pullen (c)
Manager - Dave Fisher
Assistant - Paul Caddy Coach - Tony Paddock
Manager - Steve Curnow
Published on Aug 16, 2011