MOUSEHOLE’S 2018/19 SEASON

REVIEW OF FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON, AUGUST 18TH TO DECEMBER 31ST

All fixtures (League & Cups) to date:

Played 20

8 Home, 12 Away

14 League matches

6 Cup matches (in 3 Cup competitions)

Won 11, Drawn 4, Lost 5

Goals for 56, Goals against 26

Win rate 55%

 

In the League:

Played 14

5 Home, 9 Away

Won 7, Drawn 4, Lost 3

Goals for 42, Goals against 16

League position 7th

Points 25, Points-per-game 1.79

Win rate 50%

Attendances:  High 108, Low 80, Average 93 (3rd highest in Division)

 

Biggest wins:  11-1 at Ludgvan, Home v Bude Town 7-1, Plymstock United 6-1

Biggest losing margins:  Home v Helston, Senior Cup 0-2, Away v Penzance Charity Cup 3-5

Premier Division opponents: 5 : Newquay (A) W 2-0,  Millbrook (H) W 3-2, Sticker (A) W 4-0, Plymouth Argyle (H) W 2-1, Helston Athletic (H) L 0-2

Clean sheets: 5 : Wendron (A), Bere Alston (A), Newquay (A), Sticker (A), Dobwalls (H))

Games without scoring: 2 : St Blazey (H), Helston (H)

Scoring in Away matches: 100%

Number of no-score draws: Nil

 

Mousehole AFC applied for promotion to the new Step 6 League for the 2019/20 season

 

PREVIEW OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE SEASON:  JANUARY 1ST TO MAY 1ST

 League fixtures:  14

9 Home, 5 Away

After Bere Alston United (H) on 12th January, the next 5 matches are away (4 League, I Cup), next Home match 23rd February v Liskeard Athletic

After that, only one Away match (Holsworthy on 13th April)

Of the last 9 League matches, 8 are at Home

Free entry for Home match v Plymouth Marjon on Saturday 6th April

Last two matches are Penzance (H) on Good Friday, and Porthleven (H) on Wednesday 1st May

Cup competition:

SWPL League Cup quarter-final at Premier Division Elburton Villa on Saturday 9th February

Mousehole are the only Division One club left in the competition, having already beaten 3 Premier Division sides

Semi-finals are Tuesday 26th/Wednesday 27th March at neutral venues

 

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