ST.Blazey AFC Club Statement

ST. Blazey A.F.C has today made the difficult decision to part company with their managers, Matt Hayden, Shaun Vincent, Kev Kendall, and all the players involved in the incident on the 19th of December 2020. The club committee has decided that it is in the best interest of the club to appoint a new management team for the 2021/22 season.

The club committee felt they had been left in a very difficult situation and had little option but to make the change for the good of the club.

However, the club would like to thank Matt and Shaun for everything they have done for the club, from seeing our return to the SWPL top division, building a competitive side, and our exciting F.A vase run this season where we narrowly lost to Helston on penalties. We must also thank the players for their efforts including the work they put in to renovate the changing rooms especially Lewis Vooght, Brodie Cole and Matt Edwards.

The club will now take some time to decide the best way forward.

Martin Richards,
Chairman ST. Blazey AFC.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to you all.
Thank you to everyone who has helped out this year, to the committee, staff, players, supporters and customers.
We look forward to seeing you all in 2021.
Have a great evening and stay safe.

Clubhouse Closed.

A reminder that the St Blazey A.F.C clubhouse is now closed to due to covid restrictions.
As soon as we have any updates we will let you know.
In the mean time, look after yourselves and we look forward to welcoming you all back as soon as its safe to do so.

All football suspended

With the government announcing Cornwall will now be in tier 3, the South West Peninsula League have issued a statement to say all football will now be suspended. The Cornwall F.A have now also issued a statement to say all football will now stop until it is safe to do so. A review of the situation is expected in mid January.

Until then, keep safe everyone, and we look forward to the return of football when it is safe to do so.

St Blazey v Godolphin OFF

St Blazey v Godolphin has been called off due to the Blaise Park pitch being flooded during the recent storms. One third of the pitch is currently under water.

Helston 3v0 St Blazey

St Blazey suffered a 3v0 defeat despite having large periods of play with the ball but they couldn’t create any good scoring opportunitie. Helston opened the scoring from the penalty spot after a trip on Billy Tucker right on the edge of the penalty area. In the second half a deflection of Lewis Phillips from a cross flew into the net to make it two and a late third on the break wrapped up all three points for Helston.

St Blazey 0v0 Saltash United

St Blazey 0v0 Saltash United. Att.126

St Blazey and Saltash played a goalless draw on their return to football following the latest Covid lock down. St Blazey will be pleased with a point against a side looking to win the league. St Blazey had the best chances to win it, when a Sam Cooper header went over the bar in the first half and right at the death Jake Miller ran down the left but his low cross evaded everyone and the ball was cleared.

Falmouth v St Blazey OFF

Todays match at Bickland Park has been called off due to the pitch being waterlogged. The fixture will be rearranged.

New signing announced

St Blazey are delighted to announce their latest signing from Torpoint Athletic.

Owen Raven is a midfielder and will give St Blazey another option. He made his debut yesterday, coming off the bench as St Blazey lost 3v0 away at Helston Athletic.

Welcome to St Blazey Owen.

F.A Vase draw. Helston Home

St Blazey have been drawn at home to Helston in the 1st round proper of the F.A Vase. The tie will take place on 31st October 2020. Kick off 3.00pm.
St Blazey have reached the 1st round proper for the first in several seasons having beat Bishops lydeard 4v2 and Brislington 3v0.