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.

St Blazey v Newquay Abandoned.

St Blazey 0v2 Newquay. Att,100. Away 15est.

The match was abandoned after just 29 minutes as the floodlights failed to come on with darkness setting in. The match had got underway with the lights warming up on a lovely summers evening. Jack Alexander had two chances to give St Blazey the lead with the first being well saved before Newquay scored with a brilliant free kick and then doubled their lead from the spot after the referee awarded a penalty for a clumsy challenge from behind. The penalty was put away to put Newquay in control.

The match referee was concerned about the light and called a halt to proceedings while the lights could be turned off and back on to try and restore power but even with the help of a Newquay supporter who had fitted the lights some 30 years ago it was all in vain and the match was called off.

St Blazey A.F.C would like to apologise to Newquay A.F.C, supporters and everyone concerned and will be doing everything they can to put right the issues with the lights as soon as possible.

The match will be replayed at a later date.

St Blazey Res 4v4 Veryan

St Blazey reserves suffered late on as Veryan equalised to take a share of the spoils in a cracking opening night encounter.

Saltash 3v1 St Blazey

St Blazey suffered an opening day defeat despite putting up a good fight against one of this seasons top three favourites.

The opening day match was made all ticket with just 300 tickets available due to Covid19 restrictions. St Blazey were allocated 100 tickets and sold out their allocation leading up to the match.

St Blazey 4v0 Lakeside

St Blazey 4v0 Lakeside.

St Blazey won their latest pre season friendly behind closed doors as the latest regulations due to Covid19 made all football to be played with no supporters inside the ground.

With the sunny weather and hot temperatures the first half was not the best. St Blazey made nine changes to the side that started mid week at Plymouth Parkway. Lakeside had the best opening chances in the first half but it was St Blazey who ad the lead at half time. Callum Kenny opening the scoring with a low drive into the bottom corner.

Half time, St Blazey 1v0 Lakeside.

With numerous substitutions at the start of the second half St Blazey struggled to get into a rhythm but St Blazey grew into the match in the final 20 minutes and could have scored several goals. As it was they scored three more with goals from Perryman, a brilliant strike from Alexander and a neat finish from Walton.

Final score, St Blazey 4v0 Lakeside.

F.A confirm F.A Vase entry

The F.A have confirmed that St Blazey will be in the F.A Vase this season. The list of clubs from the South West Peninsula league are as follows.

The 15 SWP WEST Sides accepted into FA Vase, Bodmin Town, Callington Town, Camelford FC, Falmouth Town, Godolphin Atlantic, Helston Athletic, Launceston, FC Liskeard Athletic, Mousehole FC, Newquay FC, Porthleven FC, Saltash United, St Austell, St Blazey, Wadebridge Town.

The draw will take place on 18th August 2020 and the first round ties will be played on the 19th September 2020.

Plymouth Parkway 1v1 St Blazey

Plymouth Parkway 1v1 St Blazey

St Blazey earned a very credible draw against their Western Premier league opponents on Tuesday night. Jack Alexander put St Blazey in front during the first half with a clever lob over the goalkeeper, a lead they held onto until half time.

Plymouth Parkway equalized early in the second half with a good header back across goal after a good cross from the right. Parkway controlled large parts of the second half but St Blazey dug in deep and St Blazey’s new goalkeeper Jordan Duffy made six excellent saves to keep Parkway out and earn St Blazey a very good pre season draw.

Man of the match, Jordan Duffy.

St Blazey scarfs back in stock.

St Blazey A.F.C scarfs are now back in stock. Scarfs are £7.50 each. Visit our club shop online for further details.

St Blazey A.F.C scarf £7.50 each