Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

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Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:03 am

Yorkshire Amateur League Fixtures for 8 December 2018

All games kick off at 1400hrs

County Trphy - Rd 3

Kirkby Malzeard Res v Leeds City FC - will be played at St John Fisher School in Harrogate with a 13.30 ko.
Idle v Elland Utd
HV Academicals v Mount St Mary's

Marflitt Trophy – Rd 2

Alwoodley Res v Alwoodley - postponed
Athletico v Stanley Utd
Gildersome Spurs OB v Beeston St Anthony’s

Hodgson Cup Round 2

Drighlington Res v West End Park - postponed

Premier Division

Drighlington v Grangefield OB - postponed
Horsforth St Margaret’s v Farsley Celtic Juniors
Leeds Medics & Dentists v Ealandians
Wibsey v Calverley Utd

Championship

Ealandians Res v Leeds Medics Res
Garforth Crusaders v Wortley
Leeds City v Leeds Independent - postponed
Morley Town v St Bedes
Mount St Mary’s v Shire Academics - posponed

Div 1

Idle v Farsley Celtic Juniors Res - postponed
Leeds Medics & Dentists III v Beeston Juniors OB
Thornesians v Golcar Utd
Whitkirk Wdrs v Amaranth Crossgates
Woodkirk Valley v Dewsbury Rangers - postponed

Div 2

Fairbank Utd v Littletown
Garforth Rangers v Morley Town AFC Res
Shire Acad Res v Horsforth SM Res
Trinity OB v Leeds City FC Res
Tyersal v Sandal Wdrs

Div 3

Leeds City FC III v Farnley Sports
Leeds Modernians v Shire Academics III
Lepton Highlanders v Tingley Ath - postponed
Morley Town III v Ealandians III
New Middleton v Norristhorpe
North Leeds v Huddersfield Amateur

Div 4

Beeston Juniors OB Res v Middleton Park
Calverley Utd Res v Shire Academics III
Dewsbury Rangers Res v North Leeds Res - postponed
Norristhorpe Res v Thornesians Res
Rothwell Juniors v Gildersome Spurs OB Res - postponed
St Bedes Res v Colton Ath Res

Div 5

Huddersfield Amateur Res v Leeds City FC IV
Middleton Parku/21s v Tyersal Res - postponed
Morley Town Dev Squad v Old Batelians
Shire Academics IV v Old Centralians
St Bedes Academy v Leeds Modernians Res
Thornesians III v Savile Utd

Pleasee refer any errors to the Fixtures Secretary
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby robfranlong » Sun Dec 02, 2018 3:32 pm

Championship

Leeds City v Leeds Independent is postponed due to our county fixture.
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 3:38 pm

robfranlong wrote:Championship

Leeds City v Leeds Independent is postponed due to our county fixture.


Thanks Rob. I am waiting for a couple of other changes as well.
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby tinternet » Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:36 pm

Mount St Mary’s v Shire Academics - postponed

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First I have heard?
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 11:23 pm

tinternet wrote:Mount St Mary’s v Shire Academics - postponed

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First I have heard?


I think you well see confirmation on the WRCFA website. Howener I did speak with Mount St Mary's last night and I was advised that thery would be playing in the cup next Saturday. I am sure your formal advice will be on the way. Check on Full Timwe as that formally confirms the position.

Nev
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:13 am

There have been quite a few changes in the List this week. Pleased examine and make sure the amendments are correct.
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby CalverleyUtd » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:42 am

Premier Division

Drighlington v Grangefield OB
We’ve lost against both these teams in the last few weeks by one goal where we have been disappointed not to have taken a point. I missed the Drig game so difficult to compare the teams however going on the last couple of results and the respective teams form so far the best bet looks a score draw. 1-1

Horsforth St Margaret’s v Farsley Celtic Juniors
Going on recent form then it looks like another victory for Farsley. That being said Horsforth can be a tough team to break down and have home advantage, will that be enough? 1-3

Leeds Medics & Dentists v Ealandians
Ealandians suffered a heavy defeat last week and won’t find things much easier when they travel to Medics, however they could get something from the game if they manage to frustrate the Medics attack and hit them on the break. But not sure they can manage it. 2-0

Wibsey v Calverley Utd
As mentioned above we’ve lost a couple of close games in recent weeks but there have been positives to take from both games. Looking at recent match reports Wibsey look to be improving but still haven’t picked up any points since the first game of the season. ?-?
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:16 pm

Thanks to Calverley for gettng the show on the road. Marvellous work last week but no high scoring. If we metnion both teams at Gildersome, Mods Res and Tyersal Res then we know the formbook went out of the window. Nevertheless a satisfying record number of views.

There are three county Trophy games with reviews shown last week. Will bring forward and tweak if necessary. Three Marflitt cup ties to cover and plesed to do that.

There ae three Shampionship game that I hope Preecty will look at but if not please let me know and will ask Yinternet to become involved.

Now inreverse order:

Div 5 - Ade and Honcho (Grez Brez)
Div 4 - Sgt Wilko and Mags

However I have left Drighlington Res Cup game with WEP in the hands of Divs four and five.

Div 3 - Norristhorpe

Div 2 - Chris

I'll look at Div 1.

Thanks


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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby Norristhorpe » Wed Dec 05, 2018 12:36 pm

Division 3
Leeds City v Farnley Sports
3rd v 8th. Leeds City are in a strong 3rd spot as they have game(s) in hand on the teams above. They are a talented young side. We haven't played Farnley yet but based on their league position I'll have to go for Leeds City. 2-0
Leeds Modernians v Prospect
12th v 7th. Mods in freefall and although Prospect had a blip last week they seem to be in good form. 0-1
Lepton Highlanders v Tingley Athletic
11th v 10th. Should be close match, as long as the rain doesn't stop it. Both teams struggling to get their seasons going. 1-1
Morley Town v Ealandians
9th v 6th. Another close one, but as this involves draw specialists Ealandians (5 from 10) I'll predict a draw. 2-2
New Middleton v Norristhorpe
1st v 2nd. 100% record leaders against us, as inconsistent as usual, and our second place is only because we've played more games than other teams. Think Middleton might have been put in the wrong division, I'll know better after Saturday. No prediction
North Leeds v Huddersfield Amatuer
5th v 4th. Should be another tight encounter, but although both teams can play good football I think North Leeds might just shade it. 2-1
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Big incentive for Idle, Leeds City FC and Mount St Mary's to progress

Postby neville » Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:29 pm

WRCFA Challenge Trophy

Kick Off 1400hrs

HV Academicals v Mount St Marys

A journey almost into the unknown for Mount St Mary’s who were beaten finalists three seasons ago losing on penalties if my memory serves me well. St Mary’s are now in their third YAL season and they only missed out by four goals from gaining promotion to the Premier Division in their first season. This season, they confess, is going to be a difficult one with the team in transition. That comment was rubber stamped last week when they had a goalless draw with bottom of the table Beeston St Anthony’s and that left Mount second to bottom on six points with two other cubs, Medics Res and Indy, also on the same number of points. In the opening round Mount St Mary’s overcame Alwoodley Res with a familiar to Alwoodley Res, score of 5-3. The encounter on Saturday promises to be a close one. HV Academicals play in the second division of the Huddersfield & District league and they are tenth out of thirteen clubs and, like their opponents, will find the cup game a relief. HVA defeated Almondbury WMC by 5-3 in the second round. Difficult one to call but Mount St Mary’s has only lost one of their last four games and becoming hard to beat. On closer examination we find that the record of HV Academicals is the same with one defeat in their last four games. Expect the winner to make a comment of “Why can’t we play like that in the League”? Mount St Mary’s to win 1-0.

Idle v Elland Utd

Idle are enjoying a very good season. They are third in Div 1 but have so far only dropped four points from eight matches with promotion their prime goal.. Their cup record has not been fantastic this season but they did have a super victory over Championship Beeston St Anthony’s who have only taken points from their last two League matches with a much more decisive attitude prevailing. Idle’s opponents come from the Halifax League and are in the bottom division albeit top of that division of eight teams. They are a new side or a side that has been reconstructed as it includes the fiery Dene Heppinstall, Carlton Balmer and others who have appeared for Ealandians. Heppinstall plays in midfield and is inch perfect with his passing and is an aggressive centre midfield laker. Balmer is a player with skill and an eye for goal. He must not be allowed any freedom as he will punish you by either creating or scoring a goal. Idle is a well disciplined team that will keep its shape and remain compact and hit on the break as ever, with the shooting needing to be deadly accurate. A hard, hard game for Idle but feel if they show patience that trait may be well rewarded. Elland Utd eased past Sandal Wdrs 4-0 in the first round.

Kirkby Malzeard Res v Leeds City FC

Leeds City is going strongly this campaign and after their promotion to the Championship they have won three of their six Championship games played and are in ninth spot. They reached the quarter final of the Shield a fortnight ago by beating Howden 4-0, a Howden side that was well supported by its colourful fans who added to the occasion. City OB have already had a fabulous win over the burgeoning Glasshoughton Rock Open Age side from Div 2 of the West Yorks league with resilient Leeds City FC coming back four times to force a penalty shoot out that they won 4-3 with keeper Liam Davies playing his role well by making two fantastic shoot-out saves. I have not fund the Harrogate League on Full-Time but from memory it can be accessed by typing in the name of the sponsor but that name eludes me. Nevertheless I did read in the Goals Supplement that Kirkby Malzeard are next to bottom in the Harrogate League second division and from that position should not present any problems for Leeds City but that kind of comment only riles the opposition. Oh, by the way, Kirkby Malzeard (it must be Cornish) beat Illingworth St Margaret’s Res 10-1 I the last round.
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby sgt_wilko » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:31 pm

Div 4

Beeston Juniors OB Res v Middleton Park
3rd v 12th – Beeston struggling and unless they turn things around could have dire consequences for the division and themselves as they were unable to field a side last week despite a reasonable result against Bedes the week before. Middleton Champions elect unbeaten only see one outcome here if the game is played and that’s a high scoring win for them 0-9.
Calverley Utd Res v Shire Academics III
8th v 6th Both teams doing ok at the moment and could see a draw here hard to pick really 2-2 or one side might nick it.
Dewsbury Rangers Res v North Leeds Res
13th v 10th North Leeds with a good win the other week against Colton whilst Dewsbury’s game was postponed – reckon an away win 2-4
Norristhorpe Res v Thornesians Res
No prediction
Rothwell Juniors v Gildersome Spurs OB Res
7th v 2nd Can Rothwell hold out against Gildersome with 3 draws and a win in last 4, whilst Gildersome have also been drawing so reckon could be a tight affair – 2-2 but knowing Gildersome they may steal the points here.
St Bedes Res v Colton Ath Res
5th v 11th Colton miss firing whilst Bedes are holding their own in the Division – reckon home win 3-1
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:29 pm

Marflitt Trophy – Rd 2 2018

Alwoodley Res v Alwoodley

This is the one area were the Marflitt Trophy falls down in that we have civil war when a first team meets a second team. In practice these are pretty tame affairs and unlike a first v second preseason “friendly” when honour is at stake. All the high cards are with Alwoodley’s Premier Division side and they will naturally wish to see their firsts earn a place in the quarter-final, as they were last year, but not lose at that stage as they did against Medics Res. Alwoodley Res were shot down by Morley Reserves in Round 2 last season. Alwoodley are previous winners of the Trophy and have enjoyed many successes in a variety of competitions over the seasons. Player eligibility is one of the problems facing the reserves this week .Their form has not been brilliant but when they have something like their best players available they are a side that would certainly be in mid-table in Div 1. In the Marflitt this season Alwoodley firsts thumped Collingham 6-1 whilst the Reserves beat Dewsbury Rangers 1-0. The odds are stacked against the Reserves and go for an Alwoodley first team success 3-0.

Athletico v Stanley Utd

Stanley Utd keeps finding fascinating cup ties and this time it is in the Marflitt Second round against Athletico in what should be a cracker of a game involving two Premier Division teams. Both teams occupy the middle ground in the Premiership with Athletico sixth and Stanley seventh and both on nine points from eight matches but Athletico has the better goal difference although the two teams have yet to meet this season in the League. Stanley won their first round match in this season’s cup campaign with Woodkirk Valley 6-1, whilst Athletico defeated Garforth Crusaders 1-0. Last season there was a minor shock when Wortley enjoyed a 3-1 victory over Athletico whereas Stanley eased past Calverley 6-2 but lost to Farsley Celtic Juniors 5-2 in Rd 2. This is Athletico’s last chance of cup success this season and they will look for their free scoring forwards to escape the clutches of a tight Stanley defence. When we say free scoring we refer in particular to the talented Mohammed Qasim who has led many a defence a dance this season. Stanley remains in the County Cup and are the sole representatives of the YAL after conquering Swillington Saints last weekend and as such welcome Leeds City AFC in the fourth round. Stanley are in the quarter finals of the Shield and have a testing afternoon as they welcome Horsforth after two impressive wins against Amaranth 3-2 and Alwoodley 1-3. Josh Whitely is the leading scorer for Stanley Utd on 6 but like Qasim for Athletico is well supported when it comes to scoring goals. Athletico has won two of tts three home League matches. Stanley has won 2 out of five away games and that confuses the situation rather that make it clearer. Who has watched too much Brexit? The team’s current form is identical with two wins and four losses from their last six games but the form of Stanley appear to be on the up if we consider their recent cup victories. Considerable uncertainty but feel it will reach the penalty shoot-out stage (neither team has had a draw in the League and a draw due) and then who knows. Two teams of high quality in what should ba a fabulous tie.


Gildersome Spurs OB v Beeston St Anthony’s

An all Championship tie with Spurs OB top of the Championship but they stuttered last week when their side, weakened by players being unavailable, lost to Medics Res 2-0 with Medics at their best with nothing in the Spurs tank. This defeat ahs put their lead in the Championship in jeopardy with threats from Wortley, Garforth Crusaders and Morley Town AFC real and not imaginary. Beeston are currently smiling as they have gained their only seven points from their last three league matches and are in a comparatively healthy position third to bottom. Both teams had strong sides out last week with Shire in top form but Beeston still managed to take the points. This season Spurs overcame Golcar Utd 4-0 with Beeston St Anthony’s, starting to stir, defeated St Bedes 4-0 on the 13th Oct. The journey to St Nicholas was in vain as Spurs lost there 2-0 last season but Beeston SA again showed their penchant for a good cup run prior to losing to St Bedes 2-3 in the quarter finals.
Spurs have enjoyed success in this competition and has won the cup in 07/08 and 08/09 as well as appearing in at least one other Marflitt final. Despite the setback last week Spurs are top of the “recent form chart” with Beeston hauling themselves up to eighth. The teams have met in the league and Gildersome were merciless as the triumphed 9-1. Beeston has conceded goals at three per match. Spurs has only conceded eight goals in nine league matches including two last week. I find it difficult to support anything other that a Spurs victory. I am sure 99% said that self-same thing before the Spurs game with Medics Res took place last week. Leading Scorers for Gildersome are Matthew Jackson 10 and Michael Hall 9, both from six matches. Ben Keedy has six. No players in the first page of the scoring chart for Medics Res

The quarter finals will take place in the New Year.

Leeds Medics v Athletico or Stanley Utd
Gildersome Spurs OB or Beeston St Anthony’s v Alwoodley Res or Alwoodley
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Match oof the Div 1 day as Woodkirk welcome Dewsbury Ramgersangers

Postby neville » Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:25 am

Div 1

LLLDLW Leeds Medics & Dentists III v Beeston Juniors OB WLWDLW

Only Beeston and Medics III have played the reverse fixture and that resulted in a catastrophic 9-1 humiliation for Medics III at the hands of the sometimes unpredictable Beeston, but recent results have produced a welcome 10 points out of eighteen of the Juniors OB side. Division 1 was certainly refreshed by the larger than usual changes made in the summer with not one of the fixtures on Saturday’s list involving two sides in Div 1 last year. Both sides go into this game after success last Saturday with Medics III especially pleased with the 2-1 victory it was able to grind out against Thornesians. Beeston conquered third to bottom Alwoodley 4-1 and absolutely no mistakes with the Division’s leading scorer Ryan Dawson managing two goals, with his tally 13 domestic League and Cup goals for the season with Jordan Watts on six. And here’s the rub. Beeson has notched 30 goals in the League with Medics scoring 23. Not too big a difference. It is defensive stats that set the alarm bells ringing. Beeston has conceded 18 but Medics have leaked 43. No Marflitt joy for either side with Medics losing to Wibsey 4-2 whilst Beeston lost heavily at Farsley Celtic Juniors after beating the reserve team n the prelim round. Expect Beeston to succeed 2-3 in what should be an open game.

WWLDLL Thornesians v Golcar Utd DLLWDW

Continuing the look at the Marflitt Trophy this season we find that Golcar lost to Spurs OB 4-0 although they had a brilliant 1-0 mini-triumph over Idle in the preliminary round. Thornesians came off second best to now basement club Collingham Juniors 5-2. Last season Thornesians beat Rothwell 4-2 before losing in the first round to Medics Res 5-1. Anyone picking up the Div 1 tables for the first time would discover that there is little separating the two sides. Thornesians are seventh with 13 points from eleven matches but Golcar are below them with 11 points from 10 games. Looking at the “Recent form” details we find that Golcar has gone three matches unbeaten with Thornes having scraped together one point from its last four outing with putting the best Thornesians squad onto the pitch has yet to happen. As we show elsewhere Medics III gained three invaluable points when tackling Thornes last weekend but Golcar will have been dismayed by serving up a below par display against Craven League Broomhill Res whilst losing 1-0. An encounter between Golcar who are on a welcome sequence of three matches unbeaten against Thornesians who have not won for four attempts. It would be in the Thornesians make up to turn the form book upside down and win 3-1.

WWWDLL Whitkirk Wdrs v Amaranth Crossgates WWWWWW

Amaranth Crossgates are having a fabulous season and the destiny of the Division one title in their own hands but only just so, but with no room for any complacency when we consider the position of Idle. Whitkirk has a good run in the league but have lost two and drawn one of their last three games including a 3-0 defeat at home with Farsley Celtic Juniors Res last Saturday. A shortage of goals has stopped Whitkirk progressing further but last week “the Whitkirk defence did well against a free scoring Farsley but were unable to penetrate the Farsley defence. “ Amaranth goes from strength to strength and last week they advanced in the County Trophy after beating the superb Leeds City OB III 8-2. In this competition Amaranth did lose to one of the leading Championship sides Wortley but by 6-7 on penalties. Woodkirk lost to Stanley Utd 6-1. The record of Amaranth of seven victories from eight games leads to the conclusion that amaranth will be favourites to defeat third to bottom Whitkirk. Taking a glance at the Div 1 scoring chart we find that Jordan Walker is second on 12 and a mere goal behind the leader Ryan Dawson with the consistent Mark Witham on seven.

LWWLWW Woodkirk Valley v Dewsbury Rangers LWWWWW

It is all change every week in Division 1 with Woodkirk now top of the tree. After last week’s game we added:

“Basement club Collingham Juniors suffered anther heavy defeat and this time at the hands of Woodkirk Valley 2-8 with the small consolation that Collingham Juniors are fourth in terms of goals scored in Div 1. It is the Collingham defence that is not doing as the word “defence” demands. Yet another team go top of Division 1 with Woodkirk one of three teams on 21 points and Idle loitering behind in fourth place with 20 points and Dewsbury Rangers fifth on 18. Amaranth is second having played two games less than Woodkirk and two less than third placed Collegians. Goals today were scored by Callum Thorpe 3, Ben Holdsworth 4 and James Tesseyman. Ht 1-4”

Woodkirk have won seven and drawn three games this campaign but are under threat from the clubs below them. Their scoring record is phenomenal as James Tesseyman 13 goals, Callum Thorpe 10 goals, Christie Wood nine goals and Ben Holdsworth seven goals all featuring in the top fifteen Div 1 goal scorers. The Dewsbury representative in the top fifteen is Rob Smith on six goals. However that is only the start of the story. Rangers has won its last five League matches and in the last six gamed has conceded less goals, nine, than any other side in Div 1 and that fine effort has bounced them up to second in the “Recent Form” chart. Thus on Saturday we should have a tactical battle but nevertheless a thriller. However, on reflection, the result for Dewsbury Rangers, against the always high flying Leeds City AFC in the Challenge Trophy, of losing by 4-1 does the Dewsbury club credit. This Saturday may produce a narrow victory for either side but a good start by Woodkirk may decide the outcome.
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Looking for a thrilling afternon in the Championship

Postby neville » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:46 pm

Championship

Ealandians Res v Leeds Medics Res

Ealandians Res have parachuted to seventh after a series of poor results. They appear determined to stop the trend but difficult whereas the results of Medics Res are picking up as the team settles. Ealandians defence not performing well and Medics attack on the up but Ealandians may be strong enough to earn a point in a 3-3 draw especially if Mikey Ruthven receives some decent service.

Garforth Crusaders v Wortley

Match of the day with Wortley fourth with 13 pts from five games and with so much cup success seem to have been on that figure for a long time. Garforth too are relishing this season n in which they have won four games out of five. Both had terrific result last weekend in the Challenge Trophy with Wortley whipping Dalton Dynamo reserves 8-2 whilst Garforth drew with W Yorks Div 2 Kellingley 2-2 before winning on penalties. Worley has a strong attack and a midfield strengthen from last season. Both sides are well organised and skilful with the discipline of Garforth beyond reproach. Think that there will be one goal In it and that probably with Wortley but by no means written I stone.


Morley Town v St Bedes

Morley are fifth with 13 points from 6 games and still very much ni the promotion race. Bedes are second but their record shows five wins and four losses and that indicates they are much worse off than other clubs around them but on their day a strong team with the Championship leading scorer Jermaine Moyce a goal scoring class act. Morley as always a difficult team to beat and this game with Bedes is ne they will have to win if they are to keep in touch with Wortley, leaders Spurs OB and Garforth. Morley has a strong contingent of player son five goals and they are Ryan Hartley and Aidan Philip on five with Phil Davis 4. Definitely another exciting game on the cards with the loyal Morley supporter the vital ingredient.
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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby neville » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:00 pm

Hodgson Cup Round 2

Drighlington Res v West End

Drighlington Reserves are the Div 4 leaders and all the reports on their play this season have indicated the Drig Res are a fine act, with nine wins from eleven games giving us a clue. Incidentally Middleton’s record is even better with eight victories and one draw from nine matches. Drighlington play West End Park who started slowly this season but a couple of 4-1 victories have seen them climb swiftly up to fifth. Drig cannot afford to sit back on their laurels as West End Park will give 100% and they do have goalscorers capable of punishing any mistake. 5-2 Drig Res
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Change of venue for leesdCity OB in County Trophy

Postby neville » Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:12 pm

Kirkby Malzeard Res v Leeds City FC

Our County Cup game tomorrow will be played at St John Fisher School in Harrogate with a 13.30 ko.

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Re: Fixtures for 8th Dec 2018

Postby Mike Honcho » Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:50 am

Better late than never!

Div 5

Huddersfield Amateur Res v Leeds City FC IV

Huddersfield will bounce back from last weeks disappointment. Home win

Morley Town Dev Squad v Old Batelians

If Boardman plays, Batley win. If not I’m going for a draw

Shire Academics IV v Old Centralians

Close game but I think Shire will edge this one

St Bedes Academy v Leeds Modernians Res

St Bedes to get off the mark today. Home win


Thornesians III v Savile Utd

No prediction but like last week we’re expecting another tough game against a talented young side.

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