Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

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Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby neville » Fri Nov 30, 2018 7:59 pm

Yorkshire Amateur League Fixtures for 1st December 18

WRCFA Challenge Cup – Rd 3

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Otley Town 7 Wibsey 1
Swillington Saints 0 Stanley Utd 2
Leeds Medics & Dentists 1 Huddersfield Amateur 2

WRCFA Challenge Trophy – Rd 3

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Wortley 9 Dalton Dynamoes Res 1
Amaranth Crossgates 8 Leeds City FC III 2
Leeds City Res 4 Dewsbury Rangers 1
Robin Hood Res 12 Morley Town III 0
Shire Acad Res 5 Ilkley Town Res 1
Kirby Malzeard Res v Leeds City FC - PP
Huddersfield YM Res 2 New Middleton 2 Husdd YM 4-3 pens
Idle v Elland Utd
Ealandians Res 1 Tingley Ath Open Age 2
FC Sporting Keighley 6 Savile Utd 1
Golcar Utd Res 0 Broomhill Res 1
Leeds City OB IV 1 Trinity OB 4
Holme Valley Academicals v Mount St Mary’s - postponed
Garforth Crusaders 2 Kellingley Welfare 2 (5-4 Crusaders pend)

Premier Division

Alwoodley 1 Stanningley OB 1
Drighlington 3 Horsforth St Margaret’s 0
Farsley Celtic Juniors 7 Ealandians 0
Grangefield OB 1 Calverley Utd 0

Championship

Beeston St Anthony’s 3 Shire Academics 2
Gildersome Spurs 0 Leeds Medics Res 2
Leeds Independent 2 St Bedes 3


Div 1

Beeston Jun OB 4 Alwoodley Res 1
Collingham Juniors 2 Woodkirk Valley 8
Leeds Medics & Dentists III 2 Thornesians 1
Whitkirk Wanderers 0 Farsley Celtic Juniors Res 3

Division 2

Fairbank Utd v Colton Athletic - pp
Horsforth St Margaret’s Res v Tyersal - pp
Littletown v Morley Town AFC Res - pp
Sandal Wdrs 2 Leeds City FC Res 3

Division 3

Ealandians III 5 Norristhorpe 4
Farnley Sports 6 Tingley Ath 0
Huddersfield Amateur 5 Leeds Modernians 0
Prospect 2 North Leeds 5

Division 4

Calverley Utd Res 1 Drighlington Res 3
Dewsbury Rangers Res c Middleton Park - pp
Gildersome Spurs OB Res 2 Morley Amateur 2
Norristhorpe Res v Beeston Juniors Old Boys Res - pp
North Leeds Res 3 Colton Ath Res 2
St Bedes Res 2 Rothwell Juniors 2
Thornesians Res 0 Shire Academics III 5

Division 5

Leeds Modernians Res 5 Huddersfield Amateur Res 4
Middleton Park u21s 2 Thornesians III 2
Old Batelians 10 Shire Acad IV 0
Centralians 1 West End Park 4
Tyersal Res 0 Morley Town AFC Dev Squad 4
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If you have any doubtstghen a suggested list of matches to watch

Postby neville » Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:07 pm

Busy fixture list and nearly all matches reviewed under the Fixtures thread. 48 matches at the last count with no games off. 200hrs.

Thanks for the invaluable assistance last week, If we can continue as we did then plese put your information directly on to the site or alternatively forward it me by email to buttdsl@nevbutt.demon.co.uk That would be a real help. It is not easy to chase the County Cup results. Therefore I will contact as many teams as practical for the County Cup and Trophy information. However, if you are able to call me on 01274583120 that would be a great help between 1530 and 1610 hours.

A selection of games to watch:

Any of the three County Cup matches
County Trophy: Amaranth Crossgates v Leeds City III and Garforth Crusaders v Kellingley Welfaere
Prem Div: Drighlington v Horsforth St Margaret’s
Championship: Gildersome Spurs v Leeds Medics Res
Div 1: Collingham Juniors v Woodkirk Wdrs
Div 2: Fairbank Utd v Colton Acad and Horsforth SM Res v Tyersal
Div 3: Farnley Sports v Tingley Ath
Div 4: Calverley Res v Drighlington Res
Div 5:Tywesal Res v Morley Div Squad

Wonderful afternoon ahead.
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Bede sBulletin

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 5:50 pm

Good return today

Reserves drew 2-2 Karl Best (1-0) ht
We missed a penalty and really should have won Rothwell 1-1, bedes 2-1 and 2-2 10 mins from time.

Firsts won 3-2
Firsts had 10 first teamers missing and filled in with academy, reserves and a match day signing.
Jermaine Moyce 2 and a last gasp Kristaps balodis winner.

Danny =
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby PhilBabb » Sat Dec 01, 2018 6:31 pm

Swillington 0-2 Stanley Utd

Tight game against a side that knocked us out at this stage last year on penalties.

Dean Powell and Rhys Bruce with goals and their keeper in fine form keeping the scoreline respectable.

Good stuff!
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby StBedes » Sat Dec 01, 2018 7:35 pm

Leeds Independent 2-3 St Bedes

I'm not going to talk too much about the lads that weren't there as that would be grossly unfair on the lads that played today. To a man they were all absolutely superb, I cannot praise them enough.

The game was as expected a battle on an absolute dog of a pitch, the rain didn't help. We started pretty well shooting down hill and took the lead after around 15 minutes when Jermaine Moyce broke the offside line and beat the keeper with ease to give us the lead. We continued to be a real threat with Josh out wide and Moyce's ability to look after the ball in treacherous conditions. We got the deserved second when another through ball found Moyce who ran through and finished with wonderful composure. Indy got a way back into the game when a free kick was nodded in at the back post to half the lead. Moyce almost completed his hat trick when a sharp turn and hit brought about a smart save by the keeper. Dan in goal pulled off a wonderful save when a shot from distance popped up but he stuck out a strong hand to turn it around the post for a corner.

We went in a goal to the good, the lads were told it would be tough to get out as much going up the hill but at the same time praising the younger lads for a solid first half performance.

The second half was as expected a real battle, Josh and Odwa out wide were really good helping us get out. The back line were solid with Kaspars not looking out of place at centre back having stepped up from the reserves. The midfield trio of Victor, Spence and Balodis a mixture of young, old and a bit in the middle never stopped working. We dealt with everything that was thrown at us and then got done by a sucker punch when we conceded from our corner. With 20 odd minutes to go this was going to be a real test for the lads. We saw out the next 10 with real authority and could have taken the lead had Josh shown a bit more composure when put through by Moyce, unfortunately it was straight at the keeper. We had a corner in the last minute of the game and what a mom I for the lads. The ball ended up near the edge of the box Kristaps Balodis had a touch and then struck it towards goal and despite the defenders best efforts on the line the ball hit the back of the net. Just what his performance deserved. Que pandemonium! The ref blew for full time and what I felt was deserved by this group of players.

MOM - There were a few who could claim that honour today, including Kaspars, Kristaps and Moyce. I'm going to give it to young Victor who was absolutely brilliant in the middle of midfield, he set the tempo with some thunderous tackles and used the ball really well. Bedes have a real player for the future he just needs to start playing regularly.
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Morley u21s maintain their fine form

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 7:36 pm

Chris Pearson's Morley Town AFC U21's picked up yet another vital win on their travels today when they beat Tyersal Reserves 4-0. Their goalscorers were: Greg Robinson 1, Martin Ross 2 and Alfie Taffinder 1.

Noel,

Is it possible to add the photo to our site please?
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 7:39 pm

County Rrophy

Garforth Crusaders 2 Kenningley Welfare 2 (Crusaders 5-4 pens)


Garforth Crusaders went behind 1-0 but pulled it back to 1-1 at Haf time with a goal from harry coates. In the 2nd half garforth crusaders were on top and got their 2nd goal from Jamie taylor with a 30 yard volley from a corner. Kellingley got their second goal to make it 2-2 and take the game to penalties. Garforth crusaders scored 5 penalties and garforth keeper Tommy Kershaw saved a kellingley penalty to give garforth a win if 5-4 on penalties.

From David
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 7:44 pm

Div 3

Farnley Sports 6 Tingley Ath 0

A dominant performance from Farnley never allowed the visitors to get going. Goals from: Liam Evans 2, Thomas Beardow 2,
Danny Black and Daniel Sanderson.

Adey
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Beeston Juniors hit form to brighten up a dull aftenoon

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 8:46 pm

1sts 4-1 vs Alwoodley Res

scorers - 1sts Kevin Napier, Ryan Dawson 2 and Jordan Watts

Lads Played Brilliant Football On A Pitch That Isn’t Holding Up Well With The Weather. Attackers Hitting Form And Looked Ace Today. Credit To Alwoodley Lads Who Kept Playing And Attacking Until Final Whistle. Had A Visit From Steve Riding Too So Should Be Some Great Photos In Evening Post This Week.

Many Thanks,

Stu
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby westendparkgaffa » Sat Dec 01, 2018 9:28 pm

Centralians 1
West end park 5 full time says 4 but deffo

Lyndon wells 3
Ayanda moyo 1
Jonny asquith 1


Good game v an improved cents we was down to bare bones n would of took the result befor play

Lovely food at bridge pub after
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby bigade » Sat Dec 01, 2018 10:08 pm

Old Batelians result today
We won again 9 - 0 not ten as i previously said sorry

Rob Bordman scores the first sorry don't know who assisted i was looking for a ball AGAIN
Rob Bordman scores assist to Gavin Baulk ( keeper )
Gavin throws ball to right winger Darren inman who passes down line to Razeb Raja who passes inside to Rob Bordman who scores number 3
Razeb Raja get ball at edge of box passes to Rob Bordman inside the box Shoots scores
we win free kick out side right hand sand of box . Rob bends ball around right side of wall and inside keepers near post

H T
Rob gets ball from defender dribbles round a couple scores
Ian Hall passes ball from our left back position well in our half so prob 35 maybe 40 yards Rob collects the pass and dribbles round two defenders comes back into penalty area from touch line scores passed the keeper into far corner
Micheal Smith passes from just inside our half over defenders head Rob collects the pass and shoots at the keeper who gets megged by the power of the shot scores again
Rob Collects ball at edge of area shoots from just inside ( going for far corner from right edge of area ) ball comes off Micheal Smiths foot who claims the goal rob gets the assist
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:05 pm

5WRCFA Challenge Trophy – Rd 3

Wortley 9 Dalton Dynamoes Res 2

Worley well pleased with this result against a Huddersfield Div 2 Reserve side that has lost only twice in 11 games. That is always a danger sign. In fact Dalton were almost pushed to one side. Wortley had a strong midfield even minus Joe Hudson and their goalscorers were Josh Proctor 3, Matt Dalton 2, Lewis Mawson 2, Cody Doyle and Ryan Sharrocks. Wortley is in top form, the kind of form displayed by Leeds Medics Res when they enjoyed success in this competition a few seasons ago.

Amaranth Crossgates 8 Leeds City FC III 2

In the end Amaranth were much to experience to worry about being 0-2 down in the first half and 1-2 at half time. There is plenty to talk about there for Leeds City III. Amaranth dominated the second half and their goals came from Mark Dixon 2, James Richardson 3, Olly Churchill, Mark Witham and Oly Mallinson. Amaranth must be confident of advancing even further.

Leeds City Res 4 Dewsbury Rangers 1.

Leeds City AFC Res are one of the favourites. The met a Dewsbury Rangers team that has one of the best defences in the YAL Div 1 having conceded only 15 goals in eight matches.

Robin Hood Res 12 Morley Town AFC III 0.

Nor sure we can add any meat to this as the score after 90 minutes does all the talking required for both teams. Robin Hood defeated 2-4 in a penalty shoot out in Rd 1 with Morley Town AFC and Robin Hood Ath Res, one goal each after 90 mins. Morley are ninth in Div 3 so the defeat for the thirds of such gigantic proportions is understandable.

Shire Academics Res 5 Ilkley Town Res 1
Await news from Shire Academics on their wonderful victory over West Yorks Alliance Ilkley Town Res. Looking for much more on this one. Alex Venables hatrick, 1 Jimi Walker headerand Sean Wheatley header. Josh Thornton the star of the show with four assists.

Kirby Malzeard v Leeds City was postponed. I assume will be played next week. Need to check the fixture list.

Huddersfield YM Res 2 New Middleton 2

A vey good cup tie with Div 3 unbeaten leaders New Middleton really pushed. They led 2-0 at the interval thanks to Jordan Duncan and Rocky Price. YM Res from the W Yorks Alliance 1 battled back to restore a belated parity. Penalties went to Huddersfield YM 4-3

Idle v Elland Utd

Cannot find anything abut this one. Can only assume postponed.

Ealandians Res 1 Tingley Ath open age 2

Tingley deservedly made the most f their opportunity when playing an out of sorts, unsett;ed Ealandians Res side that is in the middle of a dreadful run of results.

FC Sporting Keighley 6 Savile Utd 1

The Craven Premier League side Sporting Keighley trounced Savile with time and energy to spare underlining that Savile has a steep learning curve if they are to fulfil their ambitions to achieve greatness.

Leeds City IV 1 Trinity OB 4

Trinity fail to take their chances and City IV creates a few but in the end comfortable for Trinity OB.
Div 4 played Div 6. Trinity OB took the lead through Olly Nunwick and the score doubled courtesy of an OG before the inteval. Leeds successful in reducing the arrears to 2-1 in the 66th minute but goals in the 75th and 85th minute made the score 1-4 to Trinity carrying Trinity into Rd 4.

Golcar Utd 0 Broomhill Res 1

A poor match on a poor pitch was the opinion of Golcar and they felt particularly disgruntled as they surrender the only goal of the match in the final few minutes.

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HV Academicals v Mount St Mary’s


The players never crossed the white line.

Garforth Crusaders 2 Kellingley Welfare 2

5-4 Garforth Crusaders on pens. See their report above on a superb victory.
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby mags » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:20 pm

Gildi spurs 2 vs morley amateur.

Game finished 2-2 and for us (spurs, lucky is an understatement) the game it self was even but for chances morley should have walked it.

We had 8 bodies missing and had to sign two lads on. They came with 11. But showed us what hard grit was about.

They missed a pen. A late easy chance. Had an offside oak disallowed (I thought it was fine) and missed some other chances.

However both there goals were own goals to go 2-0 before we pulled them back before half time.

The lads effort was there today in spell. Just a distinct lack of quality. And I’ve made it clear that we won’t borher the top 2/3 with the way we are going.

Every week I’ve made 4 changes in the team with bodies missing. It’s what will make us do nothing.

Onto next week and soon it will be Christmas time and time to get more unfit.
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STANNINGLEY UNLUCKY & ALWOODLEY ‘’ STOP THE ROT ‘’ ! The Cookson Report

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:29 pm

STANNINGLEY UNLUCKY & ALWOODLEY ‘’ STOP THE ROT ‘’ !

Alwoodley 1 Stanningley 1

A second half Alwoodley equaliser, ending a poor run of cup defeats and poor league form, against a Stanningley side who played so much better than their lowly league standing suggests. An excellent first & a gritty second half from the visitors, and if they had had a little more luck in front of goal,(hit the post on 4 occasions ! ), would have gone home with all three points.

A fixture somewhat marred by an unfortunate accidental leg injury early on. On the wet, slippery surface, Andy Townsend fell to the floor, had to be assisted off the field of play, then taken to hospital. Myself, Match Official, Mr. Glen Taylor, all spectators and players from both sides who witnessed the incident wish Andy all the best for a speedy recovery.

A determined Stanningley side, dominant in midfield and with excellent ball distribution, caused the hosts problems and plenty of defending to do. A few early stops from Alwoodley keeper Brodowski and an excellent one on one save from Adam Pulford kept it goal less. Stanningley had the upper hand... Both Pulford and Tom Stewart were in good form... winning most challenges & creating chances. Immense effort from Pulford throughout the 90 minutes & M.O.M. He was unfortunate when, from a corner he headed the ball against the crossbar. However, the visitors did find the back of the net, after 27 minutes courtesy of a powerful Tom Stewart strike past the Alwoodley keeper with defenders stood appealing an offside ! Only 2 saves required for Stanningley’s keeper all half. A double stop five minutes from the interval to deny the hosts. Just before the whistle the post came to Alwoodleys rescue twice. A Tom Mckenna attempted clearance hit the upright & the follow up shot from Pulford hit the other post !! A poor 1st half from the home side, lacking cohesion, defensively unsure & too often losing the ball too easily . 0-1 HT.

Alwoodley did assert a period of early 2nd half pressure, but were unable to find a way through a well organised Stanningley back four well marshalled by Bradley Green. They defended their slender lead then were close to increasing it midway through the half when a headed chance went just wide. Next goal & equaliser from the boot of James Turner on 72 mins. The Stanningley keeper punched the ball out from a corner kick & Turner volleyed through a crowd of players to put Alwoodley on level terms. A late acrobatic finger tip stop from Brodowski and full time 1-1.

As eluded to in the intro to my report, Stanningley, unlucky, defended well , were overall the better of the 2 sides and maybe unfortunate in only taking one point from the game. Thanks to Glen Taylor for his afternoons work ‘ in the middle ‘ , and FINALLY ..... A comment came from Mr. Armstrong on the Alwoodley touchline, ‘’ We’d have done much better if we’d had the injured Callum up front ‘’, ... Sorry guys, but certaintly on the evidence of the first half display today they need more than just a striker.
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Stanley Utd will proudly carry the YAL banner into battle

Postby neville » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:43 pm

WRCFA Challenge Cup – Rd 3


Otley Town v Wibsey

Otley are the form team in Div 1 of the West Yorks tem and will soon be backing their rightful place in the Premier Division, Wibsey suffer but not sure whether in silence or not.


Swillington Saints v Stanley Utd

Well done Stanley Utd and delighted to hear the result and round 4 next. Thanks for the report from Phil Babb on the brilliant result.

Leeds Medics & Dentists 1 Huddersfield Amateur 2


Have the minimum of information on this one and a report on the game will reach us tomorrow. Can imagine Medics are unhappy/angry with the outcome of this game.
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Three horse race continues with the Farsley a short head in front

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:45 am

Premier Division

Alwoodley v Stanningley OB

Please read the Cookson Report. Alwoodley are seventh and Stanningley are now ninth as they move out of the relegation zone.


Drighlington 3 Horsforth St Margaret’s 0

A good game played in horrible conditions. Drighlington had to work hard to gain the upper hand. The scoring was opened around the 30thmiknute mark thanks t Brett Thompson. However it was nt until the 75th minute that the hosts gained their two goal cushion courtesy of Josh Frankland with Shane Sowden putting the icing on the cake in the 80th minute. Drighlington remain second with a all three leading teams picking up three points. Horsforth are fifth. From their viewpoint and that of Medics three points ahead of Horsforth there is a ten point gap between Medics and third placed Grangefield.


Farsley Celtic Juniors 7 Ealandians 0

Ealandians plummet to second to bottom being well beaten by Farsley for whom Danny Lyons 3, Louis Surtees 2, Lee Ranson & Dave Walker scored in their impressive 7-0 scorecard. A report will follow. Farsley are standing firm at the top of the able with 25 points from a game less than Drighlington who are on that same 25 points with the Farsley gioal difference +14 better than that of Drig.

Grangefield 1 Calverley 0

Grangefield are hot on the tails of Drighlington. They are third in the table on 24 points and have played the same number of games as Drighlington. The almost astonishing fact is, that despite winning eight out of ten matches, the Grangefield goal difference is only+ 7 and 15 goals behind Drighlington. A report will be available today from Grangefield and look forward to hearing from Calverley about a game played in tough conditions with the winning goal coming in the 35th minute from Matt Tomlinson but Grangefield will treasure their clean sheet. .Des;pite Calverley working hard they are third to bottom.
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Championship

Beeston St Anthony’s 3 Shire Academics 2

After propping up the Division for quite some time this season Beeston St Anthony’s won for the second occasion and by 3-2. Indeed their seven points have all come in their last three fixtures. Third placed Shire Academics met a strong Beeston team, and despite the goals for Paul Riggon and Jordan Talbot being in vain, they played well and look forward to reading the usual weekly report from Beeston

Gildersome Spurs v Leeds Medics Res

Spurs were minus some key players but Medics were at their best using the facets of hard work, skill on the ball and lifting the tempo as high as possible. Spurs OB are still top but vulnerable to attacks from Garforth Crusaders, Wortley and Morley Town AFC. Medics Res are out of the bottom two and ninth with their goals coming in the 75th minute from a Jack Helliwell free kick and a goal from Sina Kariman in the 85th minute. Spurs first League defeat of the season and they are still top of the all important form chart and that chart additionally shows Medics a healthy seventh.


Leeds Independent v St Bedes


This sounds like a gripping game despite the squally rain and heavy ground. Bedes report is shown above and they are now second but have played as many as three games more than the clubs around them. Sounds like a last minute snatch by Bedes. Mark Beattie and Jordan Clarke for Indy who have lost their last three games and among four clubs involved in a congested bottom of the Championship. Independent have lost their last three matches.
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Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 8:11 am

Div 1

Beeston Jun OB 4 Alwoodley Res 1

See the news above for Beeston. They make no mistake and win comfortably. Alwoodley are now in the bottom two after their fourth successive loss. Beeston are sixth.

Collingham Juniors 2 Woodkirk Valley 8

Basement club Collingham suffer anther heavy defeat with the small consolation that the side is 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 Ranges 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 Firth 3, Ben Holdsworth 4 and James Tesseyman. Ht 1-4.

Leeds Medics & Dentists III 2 Thornesians 1

Medics moves out of the bottom two in a hard fought contest but have little news on this one. Thornesians are seventh with thirteen points from eleven matches. Four most recent games for Thornesians with only one point to show for their pains.

Whitkirk Wanderers 0 Farsley Celtic Juniors Res 3

Await a report from Farsley who will be delighted with the clean sheet. Looked at the third to bottom Whitkirk team sheet and only 11 names shown but did they have the support of match day signing/gs? Farsley are now eighth with the bottom two a bad dream as the team develops.
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Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 8:23 am

Division 2

Fairbank Utd v Colton Athletic - pp
Horsforth St Margaret’s Res v Tyersal - pp
Littletown v Morley Town AFC Res - pp
Sandal Wdrs 2 Leeds City FC Res 3

Only one game in Div 2, as you can see, survived the deluge. This was an important victory for Leeds City Res who are now seventh with 9 points from seven matches but with clubs above them having played up to three games more. Sandal remains sixth but hey have played 10 games and have gleaned 11 points. More detail please.
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Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:02 am

Division 3

Ealandians III 5 Norristhorpe 4

Ealandians are sixth with 14 points from 10 matches whilst Norristhorpe are second but have played more game than the teams around them. Their stats are P 12 and points 20. Norristhorpe’s form is very much middle of the table in sixth slot with three wins and three losses in their last six games.

Farnley Sports 6 Tingley Ath 0

Farnley Sports moves up to eighth after this convincing victory over a Tingley teams that has only won one of its last six matches Tingley drop to 10th and one place away of the danger zone.

Huddersfield Amateur 5 Leeds Modernians 1

Mods are off colour and have lost their last six games. Amateur has won four out of the last six and look forward to further news from both teams. Thanks to Hudd Amat and Peter and their report shown below.

Prospect 2 North Leeds 5

Ht 1-2. Extremely helpful that all stats on Full Time and hope one or both of the teams can expand on the game itself. James Barker and Patrick Green for Prospect with Dan Blissett, man of the match Ash Cooper, Matt Harding and Aiden Parker two plundering the North Leeds goals. Prospect’s four game winning streak implodes.
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Hudd Amat beat the rain and Mods

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:39 am

Huddersfield Amateur 5-1 Leeds Mods

HAFC scorers: Wadsworth, Carter, Holbrook 2, Stead

We played good football in a game that the overnight and morning rain had put in doubt. Waddy and Carter scored to put us 2-0 up at half time. Mods pulled one back when their winger squeezed a shot inside the front post. Dave Holbrook came of the bench in the second half and soon won and converted a penalty. A Lewis Stead strike from the edge of the box and a Holbrook header off a pinpoint Cameron Wood cross finished off our scoring.


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Division 4

Calverley Utd Res v Drighlington Res

Await news from Calverley Res but they are comfy in eighth slot. Drig are firing on all cylinders and top Division 1 with Spurs two points behind having played a game more. Drig led 0-3 at half time but eased back a little in the second half. Scorers were Kieron Boulton, Ryan Rhodes and Nathan Chadwick.

Gildersome Spurs OB Res v Morley Amateur

There was once a song that included the line “Lucky Son of a Gun”. Gildersome plead guilty and somehow scraped a point. Please see the Spurs Res report above. Spurs Res second but two dropped points make their position precarious in terms of automatic promotion and they are under significant threat from Drig Res and Middleton Park .

North Leeds Res 3 Colton Ath Res 2

North Leeds Res relish this 3-2 success with Sean Dawes and sub Eamon Tweede on target with one goal treated as an OG, and refreshing to see Eamon still knocking in the goals. North Leeds man of the match shared between Gary Daniels and Dominic Cowley.

St Bedes Res v Rothwell Juniors

Copied from above

Bedes Reserves drew 2-2 Karl Best (1-0) ht

Bedes missed a penalty and really should have won. Rothwell 1-1, Bedes 2-1 and 2-2 10 mins from time. Need t speaqk with new Rothwell contact.

Thornesians Res 0 Shire Academics III 5

Thornes Reserves are in trouble with3 points from 10 games. Shire is sixth and picking up some useful point. Shire sharp shooters were Mark Mignott 2, Luke Savage and Andy Taylor 2.
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 12:46 pm

Division 5

Leeds Modernians Res 5 Huddersfield Amateur Res 4

Sounds like a super game. Mods Res fly up to ninth. Amateur Res are down to seventh.


Middleton Park u21s 2 Thornesians III 2


Continuing their improvement Thornes III are now 10th. Middleton Park is third behind the 100 per centers Batelians and Savile Utd with catching the two big guns almost unimaginable (either it is or is not unimaginable). Top scorer Barnaby Foster and Brad Noble on the Middleton score sheet.

Old Batelians 9 Shire Acad IV 0

See the report above from Ade. Eight goals purloined by Bordman. 54 notched to date. Man of the match shared between Rodger Teale and Rob Bordman. Nathan Robson was man of the match for Shire IV.

Centralians 1 West End Park 5

WEP comments above tell us all we need to know. WEP are now fifth as their goal drought appears to be over. Lyndon Wells hat trick. Generous comments from WEP regarding the improved form of Cents.

Tyersal Res 0 Morley Town AFC Dev Squad 4

See news above from Morley. Tyersal Res drop to fourth. A surprise defeat but Morley are now up to sixth.and they may wish to add a little more. Joe Miles was the Tyersal man of the match
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Farsley in seventh heaven

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 12:54 pm

Premier Div

Farsley Celtic Juniors 7 Ealandians 0

Pitch just about playable but would have ruined it so switched to 4g & our Thanks to Ealandians agreeing.
Both teams started at high tempo with quality passing from both, Farsley had better of chances & Ealandians tricky left winger causing few problems. Dave Walker put Farsley ahead 10min with 25yd grass cutter drive off post & in. Ealandians had chances with Farsley GK Jordan making good stops but great ball in box on 30min found Lee Ranson unmarked to make it 2-0.
Second half started same as 1st half quick passing with Farsley having lot more possession & Danny Lyons scored 1st of his trick 3-0 with Louis Surtees drilling home across GK 4-0 .Ealandians were tiring now & their GK made some fine saves to keep score down but Farsley kept pressure on & from great move Danny finished well 5-0, Louis Surtees hit a sublime 20yd free kick top corner 6-0 Danny Lyons hit his third with helping glance 7-0 FT.

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Matt Tomlinson - a man for al seasons

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:02 pm

Yorkshire Amateur League Result

Grangefield 1 - 0 Calverley Utd

⚽️ Matthew Tomlinson

In a first local derby against the two sides, it was Grangefield who managed to grind the result out after lots of pressure from the Calverley side. Grangefield were the more dominate team in the first half with good chances from Chris Barr but it was Matthew Tomlinson who got the only goal of the game just before half time. Calverley were the better team in the second half playing to there strengths by playing the long ball to there two strikers who held the ball up well however Grangefield’s hard work and spirit ensured that a clean sheet was on cards. Overall a fair result on a wet boggy Woodhall pitch which made it difficult for both sides.

Next game:- Drighlington AWAY Sat 08th December
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Thornes III save Thornesians humiliation

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:10 pm

Saturday 01 December 2018 Black Saturday for Thornesians AFC avoided by the Thirds result in Division 5 against Middy Under 21s, whatever that means?Are they all U 21? Are Over aged players permitted why not "Academy"?
Good performance with goals from Jason "Spike" Horton an Skipper Karl Barton (pen). MotM award went to keeper Andy Harrold.

Firsts were disappointed not to do double against lowly LMD 3s. Mark Atkinson continued his impressive run of scoring. The big question at Thornes is "when will it turn out it's best "14"????

The Reserves were well beaten by a solid Shire 3s on what ended up as a rather messy HRPF pitch.
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Referee sends off both Managers as Otley show the door to Wibsey

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:18 pm

WRCFA Challenge Cup - Rd 3

Otley Town 7 Wibsey 1
What could have been a really good contest was in both teams view, spoilt by an over zealous referee who sent off both teams managers as well as a Wibsey player and booked at least 6 players in a game that didn't have one bad tackle in it. All the dismissals and cautions were for dissent but nothing was more than you would hear in every game across the County when players are questioning decisions.

Otley took an early lead and despite the dismissal of a player on 30 minutes which was the turning point in the game, Wibsey created a couple of good chances before they were dealt a huge blow when Otley scored with the last kick of the half to lead 2-0 at half time.

Wibsey held out for 20 minutes at the start of the 2nd half which was tough going on a very sticky pitch which eventually took its toll on the 10 men as Otley dominated the game from there on.

Final score 7-1 and with that ending all cup interest, the focus is now on sorting out our league situation.
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby CalverleyUtd » Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:08 pm

Another Local derby for the Owls First Team yesterday as we made the short journey up to Woodhall. It’s was Grangefield who controlled the opening 15 minutes as the Owls struggled to get a Foothold. After absorbing the pressure Calverley started to get into the game. It was Ben Cook with Calverleys first chance of the game after he got behind the Grangefield defence only to be denied by the goalkeeper. Soon after a Tom Westerman corner swung in from the left deceived everybody and rattled the far post. After some missed opportunities it was the Home side that took the lead with a well taken chance from the Grangefield striker. A couple more chances were offered up to the Owls before the break with a Dale Spink cross almost finding the top corner but was tipped over the Bar.

HT: 1-0

The introduction of Will Barker just after the break saw Calverley start to build more pressure on the Grangefield goal. It was mid way through the second half that saw Barkers shot blocked from 4 yards and was the best opportunity for the Owls second half. It was Continuous pressure from Calverley most of the half but it was nearly the home side that doubled here lead with a header from a corner being cleared off the line.

Some resilient defending saw the Homeside take all 3 points. Very unlucky to not get something from the last 2 weeks against 2 teams that will be up there come the end of the season.

MOM: Adam Chahal

Next up another big game vs Wibsey (A)
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Medics foiled by a superb Hudd Amat keeper Lee McGrath

Postby neville » Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:12 pm

WRCFA County Cup

Round of 32.

LMDAFC 1 v 2 Huddersfield Amateurs (WYL Prem)

On home soil, this was a potential opportunity missed to progress further in the competition - and to complete the elusive treble of wins across the Club, with our Reserves and IIIrd teams magnificently achieving their role in that target.

The home side started brightly with a chance at the near post within a minute or two, smothered by the excellent Amateur’s keeper - which was repeated on any number of key occasions throughout the match.

Not to be outdone, Tim Griffiths in the home goal was also in brilliant form, saving three one-on-ones to keep Medics right in the game when it mattered.

It was to be the away side though, who took the lead on 15 minutes, with a fine strike from just outside the box, but with the feeling that there were opportunities to stop the passing movement before the strike and to close down the scorer, too.

Parity for the most part until half time, though with Medics bossing possession but too often the final ball being a little forced or mid-directed.

However one great opportunity for the home side stood out in that period: a super through-ball and then a darting run from Brad Chambers took him clear, but again, great goalkeeping prevented the equaliser.
HT 0-1.

The tempo and movement was upped by The Medics after the break, with most of the play in the Amateur’s half, albeit with the Huddersfield side quick to break on the counter.

Francisco Matos was introduced after an hour and immediately caused problems with his direct style and trickery. As a result, the Amateurs’ post was struck, the ball cannoned out Manny Ntim fed across to Colm Hicks at the far post who struck accurately to equalise after 65 minutes.

The away side were under the cosh and reeling, but again, brilliant keeping on a couple of occasions kept the scores level.

Against the run of play, a good corner at the other end followed, the ball punched out by Tim G under pressure to about 16 yards, where Jacob Driver dispatched it immediately on the volley high into the net. 1-2 with 10 minutes to play.

A heavy challenge on Dave Emms (in an otherwise clean game) followed which held up proceedings, but despite further pressure, the Huddersfield defence was not breached again.

FT 1-2.

This was another tight game, which on this occasion did not go our way. Good chances were made and either not taken or kept out by outstanding goalkeeping.

Credit to The Amateurs for a really hard working and organised display, who were (as all our opposition) very complimentary about the Weetwood playing surface, in spite of torrential rain yesterday.


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tingley desrve their 2-1victory at Ealandians Res

Postby neville » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:13 am

WRCFA - Rs 3

Ealandians Res 1 Tingley Ath 2


A competitive game with Tingley gaining the upperhand in the first half with 2 goals and were the better team. Both teams reduced to 10 men, rather surprising decisions. A definite yellow for a bad tackle from our player and their captain shouldn't have been booked.


2nd half we came out fighting and it was end-to-end. Evan Robinson with a good finish to halve the deficit and although we pushed for the equaliser, Tingley held out for a deserved win.
Much better effort from us though and hopefully we can use this to turn the results in the next few games.
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Beeston SA tune in to the first team facilities

Postby neville » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:45 am

BSA 3-2 Shire Academics

The lads were treated today with having the 1st team facilities at there disposal, Matt Bennett stepped in to help garthy run the team as manager Neil morgan was shooting another travel programme!!!,

Matt set the standard in the warm up putting the lads through there paces and getting them up for the fight ahead....

The game started at a fast pace but the lads were well up for it, shire were slightly on top in the opening 15mins with front man and ex BSA 1st team player Jordan talbot giving the back 3 a hard time, which the lads dealt with very well, the midfield settled into the game after the 1st 15 mins and the football started to flow, Ste wardman started to find his rhythm and soon him and Tyker walker were taking the game to shire. Luke boden and Phil Chryssanthou were working tirelessly on the wings and Luke boyes playing in a middle 3 was finding space and creating. A fine move involving 4/5 Beeston players saw the ball drop to garth who played a nice 1-2 with Jake topp, on receiving the ball back garth stretching let go of a shot which looked to be heading in until the shire keeper produced a fine save to top the ball onto the post and away for a corner, the pressure was building on shire but Beeston couldn’t find a way through HT 0-0

2nd half saw shire come charging out of the blocks thinking they’d weathered the storm but Beeston had other ideas the were soon on top again but against the run of play the shire forward found himself clean through on goal and slotted past Alex Houghton in the Saints goal, who’d not had a lot to do at this point, 0-1

Beeston rallied and began to put more pressure on shire, joe Rossiter broke down the right he played the ball into garth and continued his run into the box, the defender tried to read the return pass but to no avail and Rossiter fired the ball across the box, eluding everyone and hitting the far post, the bit of luck Beeston have been missing of late came back to us at this point as the ball bounced straight to Jake topp who fired the ball home from a yard to equalise 1-1

the lads continued there dominance over shire and got there reward when Luke boyes who was having an outstanding game eluded 3 shire defenders in the box and fired home 2-1,

Beeston continued on the front foot until a long balled cleared caused problems at the back and the shire forward nipped onto the confusion to slot home again with 5 mins to play 2–2, the lads were not to be denied another win against shire in the last 3 games and pushed hard to find a winner! A looping cross from the right missed everybody with the even the shire keeper but the ref gave Beeston a corner much to the annoyance of the shire defence, Beeston have been on the wrong end of these decisions this season so maybe the tied has turned, boden took the corner firing it in at mid height, Garth at the front post ducked under the ball and in came Beeston’s skipper Ben McGuigan who was taking everything into the back of the net with him including the ball and giving Beeston all 3 points. FT 3-2

the lads deserved this, everyone battled hard and the heart and desire was on show for all to see, the spirit of the team was immense, thanks especially to the subs who were not used in a tight game that was hard to change, we go again next week
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby Norristhorpe » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:34 pm

Division 3
Ealandians 5 - 4 Norristhorpe
Very disappointed to lose with only a couple of minutes to go after coming back from 3-0 and 4-2 to 4-4.
Combination of individual errors (second goal completely my fault!) and our failure to turn possession and chances into goals.
Well done to Ealandians though at 4-4 some other teams might have faltered.
Our goalscorers Danny Mountain (2) Matthew Grist and Jason Collinson
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Re: Results for 1 Dec 18 - Crusaders fab penalty shoot out success against Kellingley Welf

Postby CalverleyUtd » Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:32 pm

Calverley FC Reserves 1-3 Drighlington Reserves

Calverley lost out on Saturday to a very well organised Drig side. 1st half was very tough to watch and Drig took advantage to go 0-3 up at half time.
2nd half Calverley looked like a different team and 10 minutes into 2nd half they pulled one back with a trademark freekick from capt. Matthew Hurrell. Unfortunately Calverley couldn't get another goal and the game finished 1-3.
Big second half performances from all the team and m.o.m was Harris Thompson.
Next week the reserves are at home against Shire Academics k.o 2pm

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