Jump to content
Fans Focus - Non League Football

Dave Deacon

Regular Users
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Dave Deacon last won the day on March 12 2011

Dave Deacon had the most liked content!

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    Promoting Cornish football around the world!

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Social Networks

  • Twitter

Dave Deacon's Achievements


Newbie (1/14)



  1. For the facts and figures on the County finals : order your copy of the CORNISH SOCCER Easter Monday Special
  2. For the facts and figures on the County finals : order your copy of the CORNISH SOCCER Easter Monday Special
  3. More photographs to take a look at in the latest "Massey's Mutterings"
  4. The latest "Massey's Mutterings" on the website shows Steve in another photo which although he can look back now and laugh, at the time his manager, Brian Horton at Hull City, didn't think the same. Steve tells the story on his weekly page. Dave Deacon CORNISH SOCCER
  5. Ha Ha! Now being connected with Plymouth Argyle - now they would take some saving!
  6. Back in 2004 a businessman changed the course of Cornish club Truro City. After firstly bailing the club out from financial mire and despite initial doubts from the fan on the street, he has taken them all the way with five promotions in six seasons to Conference football level, and of course let's not forget that FA Vase win at Wembley! His name is Kevin Heaney and join him and CORNISH SOCCER in “Living the Dream” - for how to purchase, visit the CORNISH SOCCER website
  7. This week's "Massey's Mutterings" not only sees the author sporting a remarkable tight fit pair of shorts when being introduced to the media when the signed for Hull City back in 1983, but also Steve gets an early shot in against rival Charity match manager! Not very charitable!!! Dave Deacon (CORNISH SOCCER)
  8. We all know how well Sir Alex has done at United, but Cornwall has its own version in Perranwell's manager Dave Fisher. Take a look at the commendation from ex-pro Steve Massey in his latest "Massey's Mutterings" Dave Deacon (CORNISH SOCCER)
  9. Sad news about an ex-highly rated past referee passing away features amongst the CORNISH SOCCER website's Massey's Mutterings. Steve also has a rant about clubs' budgets!!!! Oh dear! Dave Deacon (CORNISH SOCCER)
  10. Any thoughts on who would be in your "best" XI. Steve Massey gives us his opinions on his "Massey's Mutterings" page on the CORNISH SOCCER website
  11. So why not take a look :- Massey's Mutterings, May 18th 2011
  12. Congratulations to Camelford at winning the SWPL Division One West today. They only lost twice all season, but it's not been until today, the penultimate game of the season that they were able to clinch promotion.
  13. I've just finished uploading the latest page of "Massey's Mutterings"
  14. This week's page for "Massey's Mutterings" is up and ready for reading
  15. What a turnaround! From trailing 1-0 at half-time, City came out after the break and looked a different side. They made the one change at the break - Danny Clay coming on in the middle of the park with Marcus Martin going out left replacing Dan Smith. The game opened with both sides exchanging chances in the opening quarter - Martin having two attempts at goal, while for the visitors Nick Stanley turned and shot, while their most dangerous player for me, James Rowe, had a shot go tantalisingly across the face of the Truro goal! Barry Hayles had a good run into the box before shooting wide, but then disaster! A free-kick out on the Leamington right, swung in and ending up in the back of the Truro net. I thought an own goal, between either Barry McConnell or Steve Adams heading into their own net, and hopefully the video evidence later tonight when Mark Huckle produces his Piran Films highlights will tell us for sure, as the League website is quoting a goal by Nick Stanley! The rest of the half belonged to Leamington who will have no doubt gone in annoyed they couldn't increase their one goal lead. That failing proved crucial as within three minutes of the restart City were level when a long clearance from 'keeper Rice fell to Barry Hayles who worked his way into the Leamington box before laying the ball onto Les Afful to score from close range. Just past the hour Martin blazed over from 12 yards, and with City having all the play, things got even worse on 69 minutes for Leamington when they had midfielder Neil Barnfield red carded for an incident when Martin was challenged in mid-air and skipper Jake Ash also ended up on the deck. After a long debate between referee Richard Hulme and his assistants, Leamington ended up with ten men as well as Richard Batchelor also getting a yellow! City's second goal must be one of the best seen at Treyew this season as Andy Taylor crashed the ball in from the edge of the penalty area after great work once again from that man Hayles. The ex-pro stole the ball away from a hesitant visitors' defence and raced towards the goal-line before pulling the ball back across the penalty area, Afful couldn't get on the end of it, but Taylor certainly did. 2-1 and there was no stopping the league leaders now! Ten minutes later and the maximum points were wrapped up with Afful's 8th league goal of the campaign. He weaved his way into the box and somehow squeezed the ball just inside the upright with the Leamington 'keeper Tony Breedon making a hash of attempting to keep the ball out. Today'sresults and attendances FT Bedford Town (1) 1 3 (2) Tiverton Town 251 FT Brackley Town (0) 1 4 (1) Swindon Supermarine 225 FT Cambridge City (1) 1 2 (1) Cirencester Town 446 FT Chesham United (0) 1 1 (1) Salisbury City 545 FT Didcot Town (0) 1 1 (1) Halesowen Town 151 FT Evesham United (0) 2 2 (0) Bashley 109 FT Hemel Hempstead Town (1) 1 2 (2) Chippenham Town 170 FT Oxford City (1) 2 2 (1) Banbury United 261 FT Truro City (0) 3 1 (1) Leamington 927 FT Weymouth (1) 2 4 (2) Hednesford Town 489 ZamarettoPremier - The top six P W D L F A +/- Pts 1 Truro City 38 25 6 7 85 33 +52 81 2 Hednesford Town 38 24 5 9 74 38 +36 77 3 Salisbury City 38 22 10 6 79 43 +36 76 4 Cambridge City 38 23 7 8 72 39 +33 76 5 Leamington 38 22 6 10 62 35 +27 72 6 Chesham United 38 20 10 8 61 29 +32 70
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.

Our partners will collect data and use cookies for ad personalization and measurement

Privacy Policy - Terms of Use - Guidelines