St Blazey drawn at home in the Senior cup.

St Blazey have been drawn at home in the last 16 of the Cornwall Senior cup. They will face St Cleer who play in the East Cornwall premier league. The match will take place on January 4th 2020 with a 2:30 kick off.

The 4th round draw for the Cornwall Senior cup draw is as follows.

4th Round

Liskeard Athletic v St Ives Town FC

Pendeen Rovers v Wadebridge Town

St Blazey v St Cleer

Callington Town v Torpoint Athletic

St Day v Millbrook

Camelford v Saltash United

Mousehole v AFC St Austell

Dobwalls v Falmouth Town

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Cornwall Senior Cup Draw

The draw for the 4th round of the Cornwall Senior cup will take place on Wednesday 27th November 2019 at approximately 12:00pm LIVE on Facebook.

St Blazey v Saltash OFF

The rain has finally caught up with us and today’s first team match against Saltash has been called off due to a water logged pitch.

Next week we face the trip to Callington Town. The weather will really need to improve during the week. Keep a look out for updates next weekend.

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Cornwall Senior cup draw

The draw for the 4th round of the Cornwall senior cup is expected to take place this week. Keep an eye out for further details.

St Blazey win at Liskeard

Liskeard 0v1 St Blazey. Att 75est. Away, 27

St Blazey made it five matches unbeaten with a full blooded away win at Liskeard. Harry Eaton scored the after just two minutes to put St Blazey in front. Thackery already on a yellow card, took out a Liskeard player in the final minute of the first half and was given another yellow card and out came the red card to go with it leaving St Blazey a man down with the whole second half still to play.

St Blazey changed their formation and sat back to soak up the Liskeard attacks and defended superbly. St Blazey were down to nine men when a sin bin left St Blazey really hanging on for the final 15 minutes. But hold on they did and fully deserved their 3 points.

St Blazey climb two places in the league into mid table.

Next up for St Blazey, a return to Blaise Park on Saturday where high flying Saltash are the visitors. Kick off 3.00pm.

Extra time win earns senior cup win

St Blazey 3v2 Hayle A.E.T

St Blazey were made to fight all the way in their first senior cup match of the season. Rickard put St Blazey ahead but Hayle equalized before half time with a free kick to make it 1v1.

St Blazey went behind in the second half and struggled to get back into the match. St Blazey needed a couple good saves from goalkeeper Brodie Cole to keep St Blazey in the match. With time running out, a St Blazey corner was met by a Matt Thackery head to make it 2v2.

Extra time was required and chances were few and far between. A long ball caught the Hayle defense out and McGhee controlled the ball and curled the ball around the advancing goalkeeper to earn St Blazey a place in the 4th round of the Cornwall senior cup.


St Blazey into league cup last 16

Axminster Town 2v3 St Blazey. Att,105, Away 25.

St Blazey are into the last 16 of the Walter C Parsons league cup after coming from behind to win. Axminster took the lead in the first half and deserved their half time lead. St Blazey turned the game on its head with a stunning free kick from Callum Mcghee and Willmott smashing home a rebound to put St Blazey in front. Axminster made it 2v2 from the spot after a push in the box was adjudged a foul. Callum Mcghee scored another stunning goal to win the tie and send the St Blazey faithful home happy.

Callum Kenny signs for St Blazey

Callum Kenny has signed for St Blazey from Bodmin Town. Callum played and scored for St Blazey during pre season but signed for Bodmin Town. Callum went into the squad for the trip to Axminster Town.

Carl Rickard signs for St Blazey

Carl Rickard has signed for St Blazey. Carl signed from St Dennis and went into the squad for the recent mid week fixture against Saltash coming on as a substitute. He then made his full debut last Saturday scoring with a lob over the Helston goalkeeper to put St Blazey in front at half time, although the ball looked as though it didn’t cross the line, but the linesman gave the goal.

Welcome back to St Blazey Carl.

Jack Alexander leaves for Bodmin Town

Leading goal scorer Jack Alexander has decided to leave St Blazey and join local rivals Bodmin Town.

Jack recently scored 5 goals in one match against Godolphin Atlantic during a 9v1 victory.

The club would like to thank Jack for his efforts this season.