Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

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Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 10:15 am

WRCFA Challenge Trophy – Rd 5

Kick Off 1400 hrs

AFC Normanton 0 Mt St Mary’s 3 (0-1ht)
Wortley 3 FC Sporting Keighley 2 (1-2 with 5 mins to go)
Huddersfield YMCA 3 Baildon Trinity 1 (3-0 with 5 mins to go)

Premier Division

Kick Off for all League Matches is 1430 hrs

Alwoodley v Leeds Medics & Dentists pp
Beeston Juniors 3 Grangefield 6
Ealandians 1 Stanningley OB 2
Farsley Celtic 8 Trinity OB 0
St Nicholas v Stanley Utd - postponed

Championship

Leeds Medics & Dentists Res v Alwoodley Res pp
Morley Town v Drighlington - postponed
Shire Academics 1 Calverley Utd 0
Thornesians v Beeston St Anthony’s - postponed

Division 1

Grangefield OB Res v Gildersome Spurs OB - pp
Horsforth St Margaret’s v Farsley Celtic Jnr Res - postponed
Leeds Medics III v Leeds Independent - pp
Rothwell v Dewsbury Rangers - pp
St Bedes 4 Garforth Rangers 1

Division 2

Collegians 3 Leeds City OB 3
Idle v Old Centralians - pp
Lepton Highlanders v Woodkirk Valley - pp
Morley Town AFC v Colton Ath - pp
Sandal Wdrs 7 Wheelwright OB 1

Division 3

Churwell Lions 3 East Ardsley Wdrs 5
FC Headingley v Fairbank Utd - pp
Farnley Spts Res 5 Norristhorpe 3
Huddersfield Amateur 1 Thornesians Res 1
Leeds City OB Res 3 Leeds Medics IV 3
Shire Academics Res 3 Leeds Modernians 0

Division 4

Ealandians III 1 Morley Town AFC III 2
North Leeds v Rodillian - pp
Trinity OB Res 0 Horsforth St Margaret’s Res 3


Division 5

Drighlington Res 3 Woodkirk Valley Res 2
Garforth Crusaders 5 North Leeds Res 0
Horsforth SM III 3 Shire Academics III 4
Leeds City OB III v Methley Res - postponed
Norristhorpe Res 3 St Bedes Res 2

Division 6

Leeds Modernians Res 1 Leeds City OB IV 4
Middleton Park 3 Huddersfield Amateur Res 1
Morley United 6 West End Park 3
Old Batelians Res 2 Rothwell Res 4
Old Centralians Res 1 Thornesians III 6
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Re: Results for 4th Feb 17 - County Trophy day

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 10:27 am

After the early postponement of three games there has been no information of other games being postponed although it did rain long and hard.

A good programme once again and terrific games in all divisions. Those on Cup duty may wish to give me a ring on 01274583120 after their game finishes with as much detail as possible.

Enjoy your afternoon and let's have some sparkling footy.
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby westendparkgaffa » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:03 pm

Well done Morley best team won today score was 6-3 pitch was poor but same for both teams
Cheers for grub after lads
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Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:11 pm

West end park gaffa wrote:Well done Morley best team won today score was 6-3 pitch was poor but same for both teams
Cheers for grub after lads


Have you names of West End Park scorers please/)
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby westendparkgaffa » Sat Feb 04, 2017 5:00 pm

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Results of last 16 of the WRCFA Trophy

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 5:44 pm

141. 04/02/17 14:00 Real Moor Real 1 - 1 Huddersfield Amateur 2nd [+]

Home Win Penalties 7 - 6
140. 04/02/17 14:00 Huddersfield YMCA Reserves 3 - 1 Baildon Trinity Athletic First [+]

139. 04/02/17 14:00 Field Reserves 4 - 2 Springhead Reserves [+]

138. 04/02/17 14:00 Wortley First 3 - 2 FC Sporting Keighley First [+]

137. 04/02/17 14:00 Huddersfield Amateur 1st 2 - 0 Kirkheaton Rovers First [+]

136. 04/02/17 14:00 Meltham Athletic First 3 - 0 Steeton Reserves [+]

134. 04/02/17 14:00 AFC Junction (Normanton) First 0 - 3 Mount St Marys First

Missing fixture involves Pannal Sports

Read more at http://www.westridingfa.com/cups/2016-2017/county-fa-ch
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Morley Win By The Odd Goal Once Again

Postby Noel Bullock » Sat Feb 04, 2017 6:07 pm

Morley Town AFC P-P Drighlington - 04/02/17
Yorkshire Amateur Association Football League: Championship
http://full-time.thefa.com/DisplayFixtu ... d=16880144

Glen Road was deemed unplayable for today's game due to a waterlogged pitch


Morley Town AFC Reserves P-P Colton Athletic - 04/02/17
Yorkshire Amateur Association Football League: Division 2
http://full-time.thefa.com/DisplayFixtu ... d=16880239

Hembrigg was deemed unplayable for today's game due to a waterlogged pitch


Ealandians III 1-2 Morley Town AFC III - 04/02/17
Yorkshire Amateur Association Football League: Division 4
http://full-time.thefa.com/DisplayFixtu ... d=16880111

The goalscorer for Ealandians III was: Ross Shirtliffe 1
The goalscorers for Morley Town AFC III were: Akilu Giwa 1 & Danny Robinson 1

Scoring Pattern: 0-1, 0-2, 1-2

Regards,

Noel Bullock
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Morley Town AFC

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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 6:10 pm

Premier Division

Kick Off for all League Matches is 1430 hrs

Alwoodley v Leeds Medics & Dentists pp


Beeston Juniors 3 Grangefield 6

Beeston remian seventh after13 games. Grangefield on 8 pts from eight games. Full report on its way. Scores were:

Beeson Jnrs - George Lazaro 2 and Thomas Lund. For Grangefield: Kristian Dacre, James Kemp 2 and Matt Tomlinso 2 and Nick Smith (pen)

Ealandians 1 Stanningley OB 2

Ealandians remain fourth after this defeat from a happy sixth placed Stanningley. A difficult few weeks for Ealandians.Stanningley played well and took a half time lead thanks to Terrell Phillips and Tom Stewart. Both teams created chances in the second half with Ealandians off form in front of goal. Ealandians reduced the lead in the 70th minute but no real pressure on the visitors. Scorer was Dom Finn for Ealandians on an afteernoon they wil wish to forget with their intensity level low.




Poor performance from us really. We lacked intensity on the ball and off the ball we didn't defend well at all.


Stanningley wanted it more and were organised. Must improve



Farsley Celtic 8 Trinity OB 0

A predictable result with Trinty giving their usual 120% with a basic squad of eleven players. 4-0 ht. Danny Lyons did his Golden Boot offensive no harm with four goals. The other scorers were Joe Firth 2, Louis Surtees and Loz Patterson.

St Nicholas v Stanley Utd - postponed
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 6:52 pm

WRCFA Challenge Trophy – Rd 5


AFC Normanton 0 Mt St Mary’s 3


MtSt Mary's once again reach the last eight. Last years finalists did so in a business like and stylish manner against Wakefield League AFC First Division Normanton. The score was 0-1 at the break with the goal from Conor Parsons. The second half goals were added by John Talbot and McKenzie O'Rourke.

Wortley 3 FC Sporting Keighley 2

This was a wonderful victory for Wortley against a team highly rated by Mt St Marys who beat them last season. FC Sporting play in the Premier Division of the Craven League. Wortley had a strong team available for today's game and thanks to Cody Doyle took an early lead, with Sporting equalising before half time. In truth Sporting should have been at least four goals down at half time as Wortley wasted at least three well constructed, clear cut chances. Sporting took the lead, missed a penalty but with five minutes to go Wortley began their fight back. They played with two men at the back and this innovation brought its own rewards as they celebrated two late goals with firstly Shane Thompson and secondly Adam Karran on the ball.

Huddersfield YMCA Res 3 Baildon Trinity 1

Excellent victory against a West Yorks League team from their Division 2. YMCA Res were quietly confident before the contest and such faith was justified. They were 1-0 up at half time thanks to Adrian Igielski and goals for Olly Dunne and Bryan Green followed. A minor irritant was conceding in the final five minutes.
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 7:21 pm

Championship

Leeds Medics & Dentists Res v Alwoodley Res pp


Morley Town v Drighlington - postponed

Clash of the Titans deferred.


Shire Academics 1 Calverley Utd 0

Nothing at all at half time with both defences water-tight. This was a vital game for both sides. A win for Calverley and there would be a gap of eight points between the teams although Calverley has played five more games.

In the end Shire won thanks to a skipper and man of the match Joe Hoosan's second half special. The consequence is that Shire now has ten points. That created a gap of four points between them and second to bottom Thornesians with Shire a mere two points behind Calverley Utd with four games up their sleeve.


Thornesians v Beeston St Anthony’s - postponed
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Postby bigade » Sat Feb 04, 2017 7:23 pm

Old Batelians reserves result today

4 - 2 loss Goals from Craig Marshall and James Bland . I
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Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 7:31 pm

Division 1

Grangefield OB Res v Gildersome Spurs OB - pp
Horsforth St Margaret’s v Farsley Celtic Jnr Res - postponed
Leeds Medics III v Leeds Independent - pp
Rothwell v Dewsbury Rangers - pp


St Bedes 4 Garforth Rangers 1

Bedes move into second place and are two points ahead of Leeds Independent. Both have played 15 games. I undestand where will be a Bedes report soon but I can say that Saul Peltier knocked in two goals, Mick Bailey and Tahweed Ahmed were on the score sheet.Garforth scorer was Phil Clark.
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby StBedes » Sat Feb 04, 2017 7:53 pm

St Bedes 4 - 1 Garforth Rangers

Back to winning ways after a couple of defeats on the bounce which all but ended our title aspirations. The player/manager was back after the birth of his baby daughter last week.

Onto the game itself, we started of at a really fast tempo and were in the ascendency for the early part of the game. However Garforth had the best chance early on when Horrocks made a smart save one on one against the opposition front lad. We continued to dominate and the excellent Nathan Bailey gave us the lead running through and finishing well. We doubled the lead when Saul Peltier lept high and above the Garforth defence to power home the second. Saul then went through one on one and decided to roll it back to the keeper. He made amends a few minutes later by scoring his second and our third when reacting well and volleying in whilst laying on his back. It was pretty much all one a at traffic and we could and should have added to our tally.

Half time Jarad Peltier had to make a quick getaway and we had to reshuffle the pack. The message was continue to play on the front foot and there will be more chances and goals.

To be fair to Garforth they were the better team for the first 20 minutes in the second half. The reshuffle seemed to work for them as we seemed to lose balance in the midfield. Garforth got a deserved goal back when a smart finish into the corner reduced the arrears. They had a great chance to pull another one back but the lad missed an open goal when he'd done all the hard work by going around Horrocks. We changed the midfield to give us a grip on the game and it worked a treat as we started to play again and Tawheed Ahmed swept home the fourth and it was pretty much game over.
I thought the referee Sarah Lawn was excellent. The best we've had all season, let the game flow and was approachable.
It was disappointing Garforth did not come back to the pub for food after saying they would.
MOM Nathan Bailey excellent performance and a threat throughout.
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Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 9:27 pm

Division 2

Collegians 3 Leeds City OB 3

Collegians retain their place at the top of Divison 2 in a very good game and one that Collegians felt they edged but would not be shocked if Leeds City considered that they were marginally better.A fair result in the end. The table shows Collegians on top with 34 points from 15 games. Idle are second with 30 points from 12 games. Third and Fourth have much to do to get back in the promotion race but we do see Leeds City OB still in contention with 24 points from 11 games and the point today takes them up to third. In the Golden Boot Collegians Ryan Fuller added three in another outstanding display. I am sure more info to come from Leeds City. Ryan put Collegians in front but by half time Leeds City led 2-1 including a penalty from Al Lewis for a foul by Sam Wimpenny in an example of how not to tackle. Ryan Fuller added the second and third in a commanding performance to give Collegians a 3-2 lead that they squandered around the 70 minute mark and the 3-3 score prevailed. Al Lewis added a goal in open play as well as Akime Pinder for Leeds City.

Idle v Old Centralians - pp


Lepton Highlanders v Woodkirk Valley - pp

Morley Town AFC v Colton Ath - pp


Sandal Wdrs 7 Wheelwright OB 1

Sandal Wdrs pleased with this result against a good team whose attack caused problems all afternoon. As a result of this victory the clubs interchange positions with Sandal seventh and Wheelwright eighth. ht 5-1. Leading Wdrs scorer Tom Hart 3, Ben Harding 2, Jamie Ryan and an OG. Tom now has 17 league goals to his name. Wheelwirght say it could have been different. The visitors went a disallowed goal up(not sure why chalked off) to 1-0 down in a matter of seconds, A dubious penalty converted and crazy defending to make it 3-0 in favour of Wdrs in the space of five minutes. Johnny Beverley for Wheelwright OB.
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Postby neville » Sat Feb 04, 2017 10:41 pm

Division 3

Churwell Lions 3 East Ardsley Wdrs 5

Churwell's usually solid defence for once pulled apart by an aggressive East Ardsley Wdrs. Churwell took an early 2-0 led lead but were 3-2 down by the interval. The visitors were stronger in many aspects of the game and Lions lost 5-3. Goals for Ardsley came from central defender Adam Wilson 2, Connor Collinson, Danny Barton and Joe Hill. Need info on Lions scorers. East Ardsley are top of our Div 3 with 32 points from 13 matches. Fairbank second with 29 points from 12 games. and Farnley Sports on 28 points from 12 games after their 5-3 victory over visitors Norristhorpe.

FC Headingley v Fairbank Utd - pp


Farnley Spts Res 5 Norristhorpe 3

A very good game as a result of which Farnley Sports Res are third as shown above but Norristhorpe are now sixth as they are overtaken by Medics IV who drew 3-3. Good sart by Norristhorpe who led 1-0 but Farnley hit back to go 2-1 ahead at the interval. 2-2 (pen), 3-2, 3-3 but by now knackered Norristhorpe failed to keep pace with the lively Farnley forwards with the last two goals coming with some 20 minutes to go. Scorers for Norristhorpe were Dan Gannon penalty, Jak Oldroyd and Harrison Joyce. For Farnley: 1st goal James Bell, Andrew Punter with 2nd, Christopher Lee with the 3rd, Andrew Punter with 4th and Jordan O'brien with the 5th


Huddersfield Amateur 1 v 1 Thornesians Reserves


Reserves scorer Rob Stephenson, M of the M Jamie Dragan. Thornes foruth point of the seasons and theyare now levl with second to bottom FC Headingley on four points. Huddersfield Amateur are fourth although a few clubs having played less games snapping at their heels. Amateur home form satisfactory if not brilliant with three wins and two draws from seven home matches but this was the fifth game for Amateur withut defeat. See the Hudd Amat reprot below. "Samson Michael managed to find a goal for us when he was played through in the inside left channel and lifted one over the keeper and high into the net."

Leeds City OB Res 3 Leeds Medics IV 3


A most enjoyable game at City OB Res and the first draw of the campaign for Medics IV who were pleased with the outcome that leaves them seventh. City OB Res remain sixth. 0-1, 1-1ht, 2-1, 2-3, 3-3 as the game swung one way and then the other. Keon Grant-Williams, David Stephenson and Reuben Young for City OB Res with Div 5 leading scorer Reuben making the most of his opportunity to play for the Reserves in Div 3. Solomon Lucas, Charlie Withycombe and Dan Hainsworth were the Medics marksmen.

Shire Academics Res 3 Leeds Modernians 0

Shire's second consecutive victory is something for them to savour and they move up to ninth and overtake Churwell Lions who are now tenth. . This was 8th placed Mods fifth consecutive defeat. Red letter day for Connor Carr for Shire who hi an invaluable hat trick.
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Postby neville » Sun Feb 05, 2017 6:01 am

Division 4

Ealandians III 1 Morley Town AFC III 2

See news above from Morley. Morley are now within 2 points of Rodillian with two games in hand. Another promotin season for them. Martin Ross made the goals for Akilu Giwa after 2 mintues and Danny Robinson 25 minutes that gave Morley a 0-2 half time avantage with Ealandians reducing the lead in the second half in a well fought contest with Richard Brown having a spot kick saved that could have eased any Ealandians III pressure towards the end of the ninety minutes. Grahame Stockdale named man of the match for Morley. Ealandians III are eighth.

North Leeds v Rodillian - pp

Trinity OB Res 0 Horsforth St Margaret’s Res 3

After the shuffling of the pack to allow for points awarded for unplayed fixtures, Trinity Res have shot up to fifth. Another banana skin out of the way for Horsforth Res who led 0-2 at half time. Aiden Gillespie, Jake Williams and Harrison McPhee with the Horsforth goals. Horsforth are now in the envied position of knowing that if they succeed in winning their remaining three fixtures they ae bound to finish in the top two.
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Postby neville » Sun Feb 05, 2017 6:34 am

Division 5


Drighlington Res 3 Woodkirk Valley Res 2

Drighlington moves up to fifth after this narrow victory against a side that belied its third to bottom position. ht 3-1 after Woodkirk had earlier taken the lead. Woodkirk Valley gave everything in the second half and pulled a goal back in the 88th minute. James Snelgrove, Charlie Leather and Jonny Lakin with the Drighlington goals who make it five wins in the last six matches.


Garforth Crusaders 5 North Leeds Res 0

3-0 at half time and another successful day for Crusaders. Man of the match was hat trick hero Neale Rollings with skipper Steven Phillips making it 14 goals for the season to date whilst Carl Brownbill was the other Crusader scorer. Two assists for Steve Phillips and one each for Harry Coates, Tom Helliwell and Jack Witcher. Div Five leaders Garforth Crusaders are seven points ahead of second placed Shire III with Crusaders having played two games less in a seson that has seen them drop but two points in 13 fixtures.

Horsforth SM III 3 Shire Academics III 4

Who can stop Shire? robably Horsforth III. For Horsforth this was their first defeat after four successive victories. Horsforth are fourth and are now 6 points behind second placed Shire III with four games in hand. We can add that this was Shire's seventh consecutive victory. Adam Simpson was the Shire man of the match. Tim Hardy, Brad Lishke and Curtis Flanagan 2 were the on-target sharpshooters for the visitors.


Leeds City OB III v Methley Res - postponed

Norristhorpe Res 3 St Bedes Res 2

Despite two goals for Brandon Hammond, bottom of the table Bedes failed to pull off their third three pointer of the season. 2-0 at half time for Norristhorpe. Zach Wood, Brad Wild and George Woodcock netted for Norristhorpe Res with the latter scooting up to sixth in a congested mid-table with five points separating third and eighth.
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Give it to Tommy! Tommy Snowden bags four in famouse victory

Postby neville » Sun Feb 05, 2017 6:38 am

Division 6

Leeds Modernians Res 1 Leeds City OB IV 4

An elated Leeds City OB IV made this their third away victory of the season as opposed to one win at home. Five consecutive losses for Mods Res who are eighth with City OB ninth but well away from the bottom two. More infoon its way fro Leeds City IV. Finding the back of the net for City IV were Ibrahim Almakrami, Fabrice Fotsing, George Harrison and Stephen Boukoua (pen).


Middleton Park 3 Huddersfield Amateur Res 1

Jordan Tate 2 and Connor Silverwood for Middleton Park as they continue their journey towards promotion with the gap between them and third placed West End Park four points.The young Huddersfield Amateur Res team are second to bottom but nine points now separate them and third to bottom City OB IV.


Morley United 6 West End Park 3

Third placed West End Park generously conceded that champions elect Morley Utd were the better team with Morley's only dropped points this season being two draws. Thanks to WEP for the detail and look forward to the Morley report tomorrow morning. Tommy Snowden is in remarkable form and his four goals yesterday support that statement 27 Golden Boot goals to date. Other goals for Danny Rhodes and Hassan Abrar.

Old Batelians Res 2 Rothwell Res 4

Rothwell confident they would win and they did. Batelians report to be scarified. Await the subued Rothwell report.


Old Centralians Res 1 Thornesians III 6

Need some information on this one please. Thornesians first victory of the campaign. Cents are stuck with 22 points and have lost their last three gameswith any dreams of promotion vanished.Scorers Ryan Dobson 2, Craig Roberts 2, Mick Abbey 2 with MotM going to skipper Mark Anderson. Everyone delighted for manager Danny Firth of Thornes III after this first win of the season. Danny has done a wonderful job of keeping his players together with enjoyment the watch word.
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby robfranlong » Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:07 am

Leeds City OB Summary

YAML Div 2

Collegians 3 - First Team 3

1-0, 1-1, 1-2 HT 2-2, 2-3, 3-3

In fairness a draw was perhaps the right result in a battle between two decent sides but I felt we perhaps shaded it over the course of the game.

It was ourselves that should have been 0-3 to the good inside the first 25 minutes as the College back line struggled to cope with the sun and the pace of our counter attack. Ali Lewis through one on one lobbed the ball the wrong side of the post, Adi Chapman putting a volley wide and then the referee, wrongly in my opinion, failed to give us the advantage as Marc Ware finished off a flowing move only for it to be brought back 5 yards for a foul.

College took the lead, against the run of play, when some slack marking allowed the striker to turn and finish well inside the box. Undetered back we came and equalised with a fantastic team goal when exceptional work by Akime on the left pulled the ball back for Ali Lewis to emphatically thump the ball home for 1-1.

On the stroke of HT we deservedly took the lead when Akime, who was a threat all game, was upended in the box and Ali was coolness personified to give us a HT lead.

Second half it was ourselves playing up the slope and with the sun in our eyes. College equalised soon after when the striker finished well from just inside the box on the angle. Good finish!

It was fairly nip and tuck thereafter with both teams creating chances and had it not been for some poor finishing would have added to the goals tally.

It was ourselves that retook the lead when some good play by Adi on the right was finished off by Akime at the far post for 2-3.

We then gave the hosts a lifeline when some poor goalkeeping let a speculative free kick by the striker spill through his hands and into the net for 3-3.

A goal line clearance from myself and Walshy when it seemed easier to score kept the scores level until the last minute when we were foiled by an excellent save at the near post by the keeper. From the resultant corner we had the ball in the net but the referee blew for handball. Not sure how he could see through the melee of players but we felt aggrieved it wasn't given.

A point might not be a bad result in the end but I felt we were good value for 3.

YAML Div 3

Second Team 3 - Leeds Medics 3

Honours even at Adel WMA with the manager commenting ' story of our season' after the game.

Goals from Keon, Stevo and Reuben. Reuben has been in red hot form for the Third team so pleasing to see him make the step up.

YAML Div 6

In the battle of the local rivals it was City who came out on top in a 1-4 away win.

Scorer detail to follow.
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Postby peterdrydon » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:30 am

Huddersfield Amateur 1-1 Thornesians Res

HAFC scorer: Michael

A fairly tight and scrappy match. Thornes took the lead from a corner. Their striker got a volley off which was blocked at the front post but after a couple of deflections the same striker tucked it away. That came against the run of play but we weren't able to capitalise on the handful of decent chances that we created in the first half. The Thornes keeper saved a one on one and we put a couple wide when well placed.

In the second half we struggled to break Thornes down and despite having a lot of the ball it looked like we were heading to defeat. Samson Michael managed to find a goal for us when he was played through in the inside left channel and lifted one over the keeper and high into the net. With 15 minutes left there was a chance for us to kick on and get a winner but it was one that we were unable to take.
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Re: Rothwell win away !!!!

Postby Wildcatarmy » Sun Feb 05, 2017 11:02 am

neville wrote:Division 6

Old Batelians Res 2 Rothwell Res 4

Rothwell confident they would win and they did. Batelians report to be scarified. Await the subued Rothwell report.


I was far from confident Nev !! And with Batelians 1st team having no game, I fully expected us to face a much sterner opposition that some of the others had faced this season when playing them.

I've read Batelians report and I suppose it just shows the vast difference some teams see the games. Whilst I don't think the ref was brilliant in any shape or form he defnitely didn't hand us the game. No mention of us having a 2 on 1 and a simple ball releases the striker to score but the ref called it offside (from 80 yards away as well) and no mention of Batelians penalty which was nothing more than both players going for the ball, they kicked each others feet. We came away with the ball, their man went down and a penalty given. I agree totally about the man clear on goal but he was brought down outside the area, it wasn't a synical challenge, our man chasing just caught their strikers legs whilst trying to get back. Professional football, yes he's the last man and should get a red card but I must have seen at least ten of these over the years some in favour and some against us but never have I seen anyone sent off for it. Constantly moaning at a referee about decisions gets you nowhere and trust me, we talk from experience here of us doing exactly that in other games, yesterday we just got on with the game.

For us, I thought it was our best away performance of the season on a pitch that I'm surprised passed the inspection in the morning. Both our 1st and 2nd team games were off including one at Fleet Lane but again we don't call players from above and fielded 13. We missed two massive players for us in Chris Gordon and Jason Albrecht but the others filled in really well. A first half penalty by Sam Reeson gave us a 1-0 lead and yes it was a penalty after Karl Barton beat two tackles he was caught from behind in the area. A decent finish by the Batelians striker from a great cross made it 1-1 at the break. We had a 15 minute spell at the beginning of the second half which won us the game and our attack got on top of the defence. Goals from Josh Prince, Stephen Johnson (debut) and Karl Barton put the game to bed. The penalty for Batelians gave them a life line but John Bradley pulled off a great save to keep it out. Batelians grabbed a consolation late on but we held out for a well deserved 3 points.

That was the first time we have played them this season so can't comment fully on who played, it looked like they had a few first teamers to help out (nothing against it) but if they didn't then I'm amazed that they are only mid table this season. They were a tough, physical side and we were just better than them on the day. But it was nothing near the team that we beat 8-2 there easily last season. I look forward to the return fixture at our place whenever it is booked in.

Man of the Match - Karl Barton.

P.S. Kudos to Thornes for their 1st win of the season. I expect they were assisted by players above after their games were postponed. If they weren't and they beat Cents 6-1 with the same team that has been battered week in week out all season then I hope Graham sends me some of what he put in the water bottles this week !! Cents are happy to use players from all over their squads and I suppose in many ways this might have been a bit of medicine for them to swallow with Thornes taking advantage of the same rule. We welcome Cents at home next week for the rearranged game after it was abandoned with us 3-1 up. 3 points are a must !!
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Re: Results for 4 Feb 17St Mary's ovecome AFC Normanton, Wortley ko Sporting KeighleyYMCA outsmart Baildon Trinity,

Postby Dave1967 » Sun Feb 05, 2017 3:02 pm

Morley Utd 6 West End Park 3
Both teams tried to play football on a very sticky surface and it made it pretty good viewing, We started very strongly indeed and 2 Tom Snowden strikes put us in the driving seat but WEP came back at us and pulled one back direct from a free kick,fair play to them as they had a good 15min spell but we finished the half just how we started it with Tom S completing his hat trick and Danny R notching for the second game running HT 4-1.
WEP came out the stronger in the 2nd half and got the goal they deserved but credit to my lot they picked up the pace again and it was Tom S who regained our 3 goal cushion, we were now quite comfortable but another goal straight from a free kick gave them some hope with 15mins to go but yet again it seemed to spur us on and a really good team move was finished off by Hassan A to complete the afternoons scoring and give us the points.
Really enjoyed our 2 games against WEP and wish them well for the rest of the season but as they rightly said the best team won today and that's always nice to hear.

Tom S 4
Danny R 1
Hassan A 1
MOM - a few were in the mix but both myself and part time assistant Josh Ward agreed that 4 goal Tom Snowden just nicked it(although Josh did put a good case forward for his Dad)

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Postby neville » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:19 pm

Beeston Juniors 3 – 6 Grangefield O.B.,

Referee Lee Stewart

These 2 sides produced a second half to remember... On a sunny day at ‘’The Square ‘’, it rained goals ! The deadlock was broken, in an otherwise dull first period, by James Kemp after 23 minutes. Was it a cross ? , was it a miskick ?, The Grangefield contingent didn’t care ! His effort from the touchline 30 yards out,looped over the bewildered defence & keeper into the net. Just before the interval, Craig wainwright made an outstanding stop to keep the score 0-1 HT . A 45 minute ‘goal fest ‘ followed, commencing with a deserved equaliser on 51 minutes. George Lazaro converting from Carlton Binks cross. Immediately from the re-start Beeston regained posession . Tom Lund was given the freedom of the park, and time to shoot & score from 20 yards. putting them 2-1 in front.Grangefield bounced back, and within 10 minutes drew level. Kemp getting his and the visitors second. ‘Tommo’’ Tomlinson was on target twice for Grangefield, to make it 4-2 in the 68th & 75th minute. The first from the edge of the box,a one on one with the keeper, then a wonderful effort direct from a corner. Beeston responded with some decent football but were poor in the final third. A harsh 80th minute penalty award &the visitors made it 5-2. Nick Smith converting his second spot kick in as many weeks. Beeston’s George Lazaro benefited from poor defending to make it 3-5 but in an attempt to salvage something from the game, they were caught on the break, last minute, Christian Dacre scoring to end a thoroughly entertaining 2nd half and a final scoreline of 6-3 in favour of Grangefield O.B.

From Si Cookson enjoying a superb Saturday afternoon
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Crossed Wires

Postby Mike Honcho » Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:14 am

Divison 6

Old Centralians 1 Thornesians III 6

Some miscommunication over the goalscorers and MotM at Thornes Towers amid the elation for our first victory of the season. Goalscorers were Ryan Dobson 1, Craig Roberts 2, Mark Anderson 1, Andrew Duckworth 1 and OG. MotM was shared between Jack Ellis and Andrew Duckworth. We had 3 1st team players in our starting 11 which obviously helped us control the game especially in the 2nd half but all the 3rd team regulars had fantastic games as reflected by their inclusion in the goalscorers and sharing the MotM honours. Hopefully they can take the baton up now and get some more points on the board.

I sympathise with the Cents lads as they probably weren't expecting to play a strengthened team but there have been many occasions this season we have faced considerably stronger teams due to postponements higher up in our various opponents hierarchy.
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Re: Crossed Wires

Postby neville » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:04 am

Mike Honcho wrote:Divison 6

Old Centralians 1 Thornesians III 6

Some miscommunication over the goalscorers and MotM at Thornes Towers amid the elation for our first victory of the season. Goalscorers were Ryan Dobson 1, Craig Roberts 2, Mark Anderson 1, Andrew Duckworth 1 and OG. MotM was shared between Jack Ellis and Andrew Duckworth. We had 3 1st team players in our starting 11 which obviously helped us control the game especially in the 2nd half but all the 3rd team regulars had fantastic games as reflected by their inclusion in the goalscorers and sharing the MotM honours. Hopefully they can take the baton up now and get some more points on the board.

I sympathise with the Cents lads as they probably weren't expecting to play a strengthened team but there have been many occasions this season we have faced considerably stronger teams due to postponements higher up in our various opponents hierarchy.


Thanks Mike. Have received an email as well.
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Re: Rothwell win away !!!!

Postby Grez Bez » Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:52 am

Wildcatarmy wrote:
neville wrote:Division 6

Old Batelians Res 2 Rothwell Res 4

Rothwell confident they would win and they did. Batelians report to be scarified. Await the subued Rothwell report.



P.S. Kudos to Thornes for their 1st win of the season. I expect they were assisted by players above after their games were postponed. If they weren't and they beat Cents 6-1 with the same team that has been battered week in week out all season then I hope Graham sends me some of what he put in the water bottles this week !! Cents are happy to use players from all over their squads and I suppose in many ways this might have been a bit of medicine for them to swallow with Thornes taking advantage of the same rule. . 3 points are a must !!


I think its a bit different using players when in need of men (as Cents seem to have done when they played you) and playing players from a higher division for an advantage (not saying Thornes did this).

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