Two late goals denied St Blazey a place in the Walter C Parsons League cup final. A goal in the first minute from Landricombe put St Blazey in front, a lead they would keep at the half time interval.
Falmouth equalised with an own goal before Callum McGhee ran at the Falmouth defence and played a ball across goal was was sliced home by a Falmouth defender to put St Blazey back in front. St Blazey rattled the bar and had McGhee through on goal but a good save kept the tie alive. Falmouth were awarded a dubious penalty with nine minutes left to play which was riffled home and then the crushing blow as a defensive mix up left Falmouth the chance to win in the most dramatic of fashion.
Tomorrow nights second team fixture will be subject to a pitch inspection tomorrow morning. One area of the pitch has not recovered so well since the flooding and with heavy rain this week, the ground staff have not been able to carry out the work to repair the damage.
Tomorrow St Blazey travel to Bickland Park for their league cup quarter final match. Kick off 7.30pm.
No doubt, due to the weather, there will be a pitch inspection. Follow our Twitter account for updates throughout the day.
Should the match be called off, the tie will be reversed and the re arranged fixture held at Blaise Park as the this tie has already been called off once before. Once a match has been called off twice, home advantage changes hands.
With the wet weather ruining any chance of football being played, the first team have played two mid season friendlies on 3G pitches to keep focused on the football during this mid season break due to the constant wet weather.
Last Saturday they faced Saltram winning 5v0. Goals from Jordan Walton 2, Callum McGhee, Callum Kenny and Jack Alexander secured a convincing win.
The previous Monday St Blazey took on Winmill winning 3v2. A tough test against several former players. Carl Rickard 2 and Lewis Vooght scoring the goals for St Blazey.
More heavy rain has caused yet another fixture to be called off. Our Friday night trip to Camelford has been called off. All three Friday night fixtures have been called off along with a large proportion of Saturdays fixtures.
St Blazey now have to wait until next Saturday in the hope the weather improves and face the trip to Godolphin Atlantic on the north coast.
Storm Dennis has caused flooding to Blaise Park where up to 10 inches of water has left over half the pitch under water. It is hoped the weather might improve enough for the water to drain away. On Monday the water had begun to drain away and with the wind, the areas around the ground had begun to dry up a little.
The home match against Wadebridge on Saturday will be subject to a pitch inspection later in the week.