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Events at Mullion School

Mullion Vs Camborne

   Year 8 Vs Camborne

We started off well and dominated the first 10 minutes, as we were on the attack. We were awarded a penalty and it was put into the bottom corner from Yeshe Briar.We went into the second half 1-0 up.the game evened out in the second half and they had a chance which was put away. We kept our heads up with great play in the midfield making it hard for Camborne to attack.The ball was put through by Yeshe Briar to Brandon Holmes who put it away.Then we didn’t sit back and defend we kept on playing good football with Reuben Barco,Joe Coad and Cameron Freeman. The ball was played through to Ben Smitheram who flicked the ball through to Brandon Holmes who then passed it through to Harry Bray, who slotted it in to the bottom corner and earning us the win. Overall it was a great deserved win and everyone played very well.

Match report by Brandon Holmes

                                                                        Year 7 Vs Camborne

We played well in the first 10 mins, then we started to get sloppy conceding a few quick goals. At half time, Josh Travis came off for Ben Rudd and Mr. Fergus decided to put Ben in defence and push Dan up to centre midfield. Joe put Warren through and he scored. We had 5 mins left and then Dan put Joe through and then Joe scored, Warren scored again and the final score was 4-3 to Camborne. An excellent second half performance by the Mullion boys.

Man of the match was Dan Tripconey, who also wrote the match report.

                                                                              Year 9 vs Camborne

Our year 9’s started the game really well with a stunning goal by Harry Roberts inside the first minute. However, Camborne responded well by scoring an equaliser moments later. Then, midway through the first half, Mullion took the lead once again after Rhys Thomas capitalised on a goalkeeping error, scoring from a long distance. Unfortunately for Mullion, Camborne once again equalised, after they came out on top in a goal mouth scramble. This left the scores level at half time.

The second half started badly for Mullion, as a neat finish put Camborne ahead for the first time in the match. It then got even worse after a hand ball gifted Camborne the chance to take a two goal lead from the penalty spot. The spot kick was well placed in to the bottom right making the score 4-2. With only 10 minutes remaining this left Mullion with an all but impossible task. Mullion did manage to get a goal in the final moments through a good finish from Matt Hall, however this was only a consolation as the final whistle blew minutes later. The score ended 4-3 to the home side Camborne leaving Mullion nothing to show for their efforts.

Match report by Billy Jane.

                                                                        Year 10 Vs Camborne

Mullion started off a bit shaky with a few mistakes which led to Camborne’s first goal coming from a clearance by a Camborne defender. It travelled through the air and bounced over the keeper, Blake Warren, and into the net. They led 1-0. We kept fighting and managed to find ourselves a goal with a brilliant run from Kyle Furness, but a bit fortunate with the ball bouncing off the keeper and trickling over the line. But, a goal is a goal. The score was 1-1 at half time.

After the break we were in control of the play. We kept shooting and shooting as the wind advantage was on our side, with a few shots from the centre of midfield we couldn’t hit the target. A few minutes later Thomas Bryant put a brilliant ball through which put Jack Price in on goal, finishing into the bottom corner. We kept fighting but unfortunately conceded 2 goals in the last 15 minutes, the game ended 3-2 to Camborne.

Match report by Jack Price.