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Year 9 Football

Year 9 Cup Football

Our excellent Year 9 football team were sadly knocked out of the County Cup on 12th February at Penryn. The team had beaten Falmouth convincingly at Mullion with an outstanding display of passing football. The side have been strengthened this year, with the additions of Ayden Earnshaw and Tyler Poynter. Penryn proved too strong in the first half. Perhaps the Mullion boys showed them a little too much respect initially and allowed an excellent technical side too much time. Despite a good performance by goalkeeper for the day Seb Travis, Mullion we’re outplayed in the first half and found themselves shell shocked and 4 goals down. Following a half time team talk about the need for pressing and higher energy levels, Mullion went about business with a very different sense of purpose. Tashi Briar and Ayden were industrious, Jude Tripconey began to get on the ball and cause the opposition a problem and Louis TurnerScott began to win plenty of first balls and held up play well. Good touches and intervention from our wingers Henry Cameron and Will Tanswell eventually led to a well deserved goal for Will and Mullion applied good second half pressure. As the second half progressed, little time was given to Penry to settle on the ball and pick a pass. However, when a pass found its target, frequently Isaac Baldwin, Reuben Gilbert, Thomas Bennetts and Ben Roskilly were there to shut it down. Tyler Poynter was bold, strong and determined in the tackle and Penryn were restricted to a hand full of chances, which they were unable to take. With ten minutes remaining, Jude finished a nice team play brilliantly and Mullion continued to press the game. Indeed, there were a few more chances which the boys were not quite able to take which would have led to a difficult few minutes for Penryn to survive. As it was, the game finished 4-2 Penryn. The boys put in a great second half performance to be proud of and left with heads held high. We now continue the season with our league game remaining with relish. Well done all! Mr Fergus