10th December 2011

Perranwell 2-1 RNAS Culdrose

Phillips brace secures win as Perranwell come from a goal down against Culdrose

Samuel Phillips ended his 14 month goal drought and capped off a fine midfield performance with 2 goals that gave Perranwell a much needed 3 points for what has been a frustrating season so far.

However it was Culdrose that started the brightest and soon went 1-0 inside the opening 15 minutes. A corner from the left hand side saw Nigel Braybn’s header fumbled in by Samuel Phillips to take the sides level into half time.

The 2nd half saw limited chances for both sides and it looked like the teams would share the points. Manager Dave Fisher made a double substitution which put the pressure on the Culdrose defence as Perranwell pressed for the winner, and with 5 minutes to go, the persistence paid off as Samuel Phillips’s shot inside the box sealed the victory for Perranwell.

6th May 2011

Full Kit

Here are the two kits we made for our land project…which is currently being manufactured for the new season. We are working on a goalie kit for each one and also thinking about possibly using black shorts and socks for the away kit to fully replicate the one they wore in the cup final of 1992. (Home blue, Away green)



19th August 2011

The new website is launched!


3rd December 2011

St Agnes 3-0 Perranwell 

Perran fail to take chances but 3-0 scoreline flattered the home side.

Perranwell took their encouraging performance from their draw last week into the game at St Agnes. Samuel Phillips returned to the center of midfield and created a host of chances that probably should have been converted. Towards the end of the 1st half St Agnes increased the pressure and had the ball cleared off the line a few times by a resilient Perran defence. The 1st half ended 0-0.

Chances were few and far between in the 2nd half for Perranwell. But St Agnes were not really causing too many problems.

However a well worked goal broke the deadlock with 20 minutes to go, the reserve team goalkeeper who had shown very promising signs during the game would have been disappointed not to do better. Perran made some changes from the bench and pressed for an equalizer. They came close with Matt Rose missing the best  of the 3 good chances. But another 2 quick fire shots from the home side saw the game slip away from a battling Perranwell side.


20th August 2011

Perranwell 0-3 St Just

Perran suffer an opening day defeat.

St Just proved the better of the two teams after going ahead thanks to an early penalty which saw Martin Day handle the ball in the area. Despite reverting back to a 442 formation the 2nd half , Perran just couldn’t find a way past the St Just goalie. A counter attack mid way into the 2nd half almost certainly secured all 3 points and a blistering shot into the roof of the net put the iceing on the cake with 10 minutes remaining.

The Well hope to get their season off the mark with an away trip to Mullion on tuesday night. 


4th May 2011

League Cup Final/ Twins Return!

Here are the highlights of the League Cup final between Perranwell and Pendeen! This is hopefully the last filming we do of the football because today we both finally returned to action after 5/6 months out !!! =)



19th March 2011

We took a day off from the studio and went to watch Perranwell play Penryn in the League Cup Quarter Final. Here are the Match of the Day style highlights from PerranTV!




20th May 2012

Perranwell 0-1 Troon

Perranwell lose Supplimentary Cup Final

Dave Fisher’s last game as Perranwell manager ended in disappointment.

In a close fought game at Bickland Park it was Troon that managed to create most of the chances in the 1st half and had a goal disallowed for offside. It was end to end but no teams could find the break through.

The 2nd half saw Perranwell apply the pressure, but the lack of finishing their chances was their downfall as Troon counter attacked and left Ashley Smeeth one on one with the Goalkeeper Harry Rimmer who was unable to prevent Smeeth to slot the ball into the back of the net to put Troon infront.

Perranwell made changes and pressed for the equaliser with Matt Rose coming closest with a header that looped over the bar. The troon defence held on to win the Supplementary Cup Final for the first time in their history.

Samuel and Thomas Phillips both played their last game for Perranwell. It didn’t go the way it was suppose to but that’s football and life. It has been an honour and privilege to play for Dave Fisher and Perranwell Football Club. 


13th May 2012

Perranwell 3-2 Newqauy Reserves

Perranwell are through to the Supplementary Cup final, beating Newquay Reserves 3-2 AET in dramatic style at Kernick Road

The game started brightly but it was Matt Read who put Perranwell in front with a fine shot from outside the box. 

As the game went on Newquay pressed and Perranwell defended well. It was looking like The Well would hold on to victory going in the remaining 10 minutes of the game. But in the last minute it wasn’t to be as a deep cross to the back post was met by the Newquay striker to beat the defender in the air to take the game to extra time

Mid way through extra time, substitute Liam Paddock latched onto a through ball and scored with an excellent finish making the score 2-1 to Perranwell. However, with 10 minutes to go of extra time. Newquay equalised again which made it seem that the game would be heading to penalties. 

But Liam Paddock had other ideas and with 5 minutes to go, scored on the counter attack, to break Newquay hearts and send Perranwell into the Final.


5th May 2012

Porthleven Reserves 0-4 Perranwell

Perranwell end league season in 9th with well earnt 4-0 victory.

They will take good confidence going into the Supplementary Cup Semi Final as Gavin Boom and Barry Leete made their mark with 2 goals each.

It was one way traffic for the majority of the game and Porthleven rarely threatened the Perranwell goal.

Barry Leete made the scores 2-0 going into half time. Gavin Boon came on as a second half substitute and scored 2 well taken goals to seal the victory. 


17th March 2012

Mullion 0 - 5 Perranwell

Perranwell made it through to the Supplementary Cup semi final after a Liam Paddock hat trick secured the win.

Perran built on their great defensive performance from last week and kept another clean sheet. This time it was the strike force that played their part and helped Perran reach the semi final.

The first chance fell to Thomas Phillips who’s header hit the post 15 minutes in from a free kick. The deadlock was soon broken as Liam Paddock was put through and took his chance well with a strike from outside the box.

Mullion responded with a few chances over their own but never really tested the goalkeeper. Perran soon added to their lead when the returning Gavin Boon popped up at the back post to make the score 2-0 going into half time.

The 2nd half started much like the 1st, with Perranwell having lots of possession and creating most of the chances. A double substitution was made and within minutes Darren Edwards scored with a fine finish, making the score 3-0.

There was seemingly no way back for Mullion and that was the case as Liam Paddock scored two quick fire goals for his well deserved hat trick and hard working efforts leading the Perranwell line.

The game ended 5-0 to Perranwell and they will be hoping that the performances in defence and attack can continue to improve going into the league and Supplementary Cup Semi Final.


10th March 2012

Falmouth Town Reserves 1 - 0 Perranwell

Perranwell show pride in battle against the league leaders.

It was always going to be a difficult game considering the contrasting form of both teams. But it wasn’t as easy as the Champions elect might have thought. 

The goal came from a scramble in the penalty area and caused some controversy. Perranwell failed to clear and with a bit of luck, the ball fell to Jake Harvey 6 yards out who’s shot was stopped on the line by the arm of left back Martin Day. A penalty seemed to be the obvious decision which would mean a straight red card however the linesman adjudged that the ball crossed the line before it was handled so there for the goal was given without any further punishment of going down to 10 men.

Falmouth Town created all the chances but the Perranwell defence were strong with striker/centre back David Standing putting in a great performance.  

The 2nd half was much the same as Falmouth Town looked to ease any fears of an upset. A goal line clearance from Chris Madeley kept Perranwell in the game however chances were kept to a minimum as Perranwell struggled to test the keeper. 

It never looked like happening, despite the valiant defending and battling display shown, Falmouth Town secured the 3 points in a hard fought game. Perranwell can take some positives going into the supplementary cup quarter final next week against Mullion.


3rd March 2012

Perranwell 0 - 2 St Ives

Two defensive errors inside the first 20 minutes cost Perranwell the game as strikers Chris Lock and Chris Russell took full advantage of the poor defending with 2 well taken goals. 

Perranwell pushed to get a goal before half time that would have given them so hope but they went into the half time break 2 goals down without any reply.

The 2nd half was all Perranwell. A change of formation and an attackive  substitution at half time heaped the pressure on the St Ives defence however with lack of fire power up front, the comeback never really looked like happening.

Reserve team striker David Standing came on with 20 minutes to go try and force away through but St Ives defended well as a team. They counter attacked on occasions but they seemed comfortable to hold out for a 2 nil victory over Dave Fishers men. Perranwell will be disappointed with the defensive errors and lack of cutting edge in the final third of the pitch.

31st December 2011

Perranwell 4 - 4 St Agnes 

A last minute goal from substitute Richard James denied Perranwell all three points in an eight-goal thriller on New Year’s Eve.

Perranwell had led 4-1 early on in the second half, but a spirited fightback from the visitors saw them snatch a point.

Perranwell took the lead on ten minutes when a corner by Liam Paddock was hit home by Andy Cooper.

Perranwell should have extended their lead as Tim Senior and Cooper both rattled the woodwork. However, the visitors were level when a break-away move saw them awarded a penalty, that Duane Britten tucked away.

Gavin Boon restored Perranwell’s lead. Boon and Paddock then both added to their tally early in the second half to give the home side a 4-1 advantage.

However, St Agnes were given a route back into the match on 80 minutes as Britten scored his second penalty of the match.

Jon Rowe then fired home following a goalmouth scramble to make it 4-3 and right on full-time James grabbed the equaliser.

(Falmouth Packet)

17th December 2011

St Ives 1 - 0 Perranwell

There was another late goal at the Saltings where St Ives Town beat Perranwell 1-0.

Perranwell’s defence had held strong for the majority of the match, with Harry Rimmer in goal coming to the visitors rescue with three excellent saves throughout the match.

However the deadlock was broken in the 87th minutes as substitute Chris Lock’s shot finished of by Martyn Moon.

(Falmouth Packet)