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Yorks Amateur
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To be played on 15/11 at 13:00

1) West Lee v Silsden (Sunday)
2) Salisbury Athletic v Paddock
3) Sandstone v Mariners
4) Brow v Mirehouse
5) Queens Park v Lobster
6) Hetton Lyons Cricket Club v Canada
7) Western Approaches v Langley Celtic
8) Huddersfield Irish Centre v Britannia
9) Oyster Martyrs v Witton Park Rose & Crown
10) Kempston St Gym v Shamrocks AFC
11) Shankhouse United v Halton Moor or Flat House
12) Dengo United v AFC Blackburn Leisure
14) Poulton Royal v JOB
15) Magnet Tavern v Loughborough Saints
16) Belt Road v Wisbech St Mary
17) Birstall Stamford v Bartley Green Sunday
18) Thatch v Warstones Wanderers (Sunday)
19) Barwell Sports Bar v Travellers
20) Enfield Rangers v Stanbridge & Tilsworth
21) Royal Falcons v Bungay Town
22) Bury Park Saracens v Sungate
23) North West Neasden v Hammer
24) Comets Sports Club v Northampton Trotters
25) Unity Nirankari v Club Lewsey
26) Bedfont Sunday v Westoning
27) Wycombe Town v Gossoms End
28) Greyhound v Lakeside Athletic
29) Downend v Knighton Arms
30) Whitenap v Lebeq Tavern Courage
31) Windmill v Goring Rangers
32) Hazelhurst v Brixton United


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What are Enfield Rangers doing in the draw? I thought they were a youth team?! Shocked


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What are Enfield Rangers doing in the draw? I thought they were a youth team?! Shocked

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A quick google of Enfield Rangers did lead me to a youth team set up but according to the FA, Enfield Rangers are members of the Waltham Sunday league.


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Nothing like a good google. Wish more people would try www.mercurywalthamleague.co.uk



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AndrewG
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Before anyone asks the reason why there is no tie 13 is that holders Scots Grey were exempt to this round but have since folded. Swanfield are missing from the draw, so they presumably came out against Scots Grey at tie 13 and now receive a bye.


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Thats my guess, as in recent seasons, the FA have made the finalists from the previous season exempt until the 2nd round.

From what I can see, there is no confirmation on the FA website that Scots Grey have withdrawn from the competition, which is strange, as they have confirmed that 3 other sides were given walkovers due to teams withdrawing. They'll probably do this when the 2nd round results are known Crazy


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Ian, their withdrawal is confirmed in the FA Sunday Cup handbook.


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Ian, their withdrawal is confirmed in the FA Sunday Cup handbook.
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I really must get one of them!!!

I'll call the Competitions Dept @ the FA.


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I understandfrom a reliable source that the Halton Moor v Flat House 1st round tie was abandoned after 23 minutes with Halton Moor 1 up. Seem to have been some fisticuffs!
Could lead to another bye.


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I understandfrom a reliable source that the Halton Moor v Flat House 1st round tie was abandoned after 23 minutes with Halton Moor 1 up. Seem to have been some fisticuffs!
Could lead to another bye.



I was there and can assure you it was World War 3 ! Halton Moor were winning 1 nil when it went off on the Scousers touchline. They all piled on and started fighting with the Halton Moor players. Big mistake by the Scousers who bang up for it - they were playing one of the toughest teams in Leeds who have a big following. All the Halton Moor crowd rushed on and it was all hell broke loose for 10 minutes. The Scousers were lucky to get out of the place alive in the end. Both will be kicked out in my opinion.


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Hi new to this site..watched a game on sunday locally Robinsons Garage v Magnet Tavern. I was very very very shocked just how good the football was. The score was 5-1 to the Magnet Tavern a pub side from Boston. Who are the decent sides in this comp as would like to watch some more games??? The Magnet Tavern looked a class act who seemed very professional in the approach to the game. With a forward playing who played in the premier league within the last 5 years!!

Shame i have only just found out about this comp at the age of 45....ha


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Hi new to this site..watched a game on sunday locally Robinsons Garage v Magnet Tavern. I was very very very shocked just how good the football was. The score was 5-1 to the Magnet Tavern a pub side from Boston. Who are the decent sides in this comp as would like to watch some more games??? The Magnet Tavern looked a class act who seemed very professional in the approach to the game. With a forward playing who played in the premier league within the last 5 years!!

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I think a lot more hoppers and fellow posters on this forum would be pleasantly surprised at the quality of the competition. One of the sides I saw at the weekend, Lindley WMC from Huddersfield, were mostly made up of players from Bay Athletic, who have been a leading light in the West Riding County Amateur league for several years now. I know for a fact that they fielded ex Wakefield and Mossley players on Sunday. And still lost 3-0 !!!!!

I think some people still tend to see the Sunday Cup as the Dog & Duck v Red Lion, with 22 hungover 16 stone porkers who can't play football to save their life, rather than including players who currently play for clubs as high up the pyramid as steps 2 and 3.

As for watching decent sides, it depends on how far you want to travel. Magnet Tavern are at home to Loughborough Saints (game due to be played at Boston Town) in the 2nd round.

Birstall Stamford are also at home and they have a decent FA Sunday Cup pedigree, reaching the semi-finals in 2006 and 2007. They played their first round home game at Birstall United's ground. I don't know if he still plays for Birstall but Kris Nurse played for them when they reached the semis. He's scored 97 goals in 140 appearances for Loughborough Dynamo. Not bad for a 'pub' player WinkWinkWink


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I understandfrom a reliable source that the Halton Moor v Flat House 1st round tie was abandoned after 23 minutes with Halton Moor 1 up. Seem to have been some fisticuffs!
Could lead to another bye.



I was there and can assure you it was World War 3 ! Halton Moor were winning 1 nil when it went off on the Scousers touchline. They all piled on and started fighting with the Halton Moor players. Big mistake by the Scousers who bang up for it - they were playing one of the toughest teams in Leeds who have a big following. All the Halton Moor crowd rushed on and it was all hell broke loose for 10 minutes. The Scousers were lucky to get out of the place alive in the end. Both will be kicked out in my opinion.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A similar thing happened back in a 1st round game in the 2007/08 season, when a game between Buttershaw White Star (Bradford) and Copplehouse (Liverpool) erupted and was abandoned on 51 minutes due to player and spectator 'misconduct'.

Both sides were removed and Hetton Lyons were given a 'walkover' in to the 3rd round. Buttershaw applied this season but were still denied entry, despite a letter supporting their reinstatement from local MP and Minister for Sport, Gerry Sutcliffe.


stevegraze
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A lot of people don't take the Sunday comps seriously, and don't realise how high the quality is. They have a blind spot for the words "Sunday football". But isn't Wayne Rooney's brother playing in this comp? Also North West Neasden of the Maccabi League are a good outfit. Got to the semi-finals of the LFA Sunday Challenge Cup last year.

Another thread about how shockingly high the standard of Sunday football is - especially in southern areas where there is a lack of pyramid leagues:

http://nlpl.co.uk/forum/gforum.cgi?post=199610;guest=14408323#199610


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A lot of people don't take the Sunday comps seriously, and don't realise how high the quality is. They have a blind spot for the words "Sunday football". But isn't Wayne Rooney's brother playing in this comp? Also North West Neasden of the Maccabi League are a good outfit. Got to the semi-finals of the LFA Sunday Challenge Cup last year.

Another thread about how shockingly high the standard of Sunday football is - especially in southern areas where there is a lack of pyramid leagues:

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He was last season. I'm not sure about this, as Oyster Martyrs are exempt until the 2nd round. Oyster are managed by Wayne Rooney's uncle, Richie. Wayne's cousin (Thomas) and brother (Graham) both play.

Apparantly, one of the many scouse sides in this seasons competition contain relatives of Steven Gerrard. I'm not sure which one.


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Hi new to this site..watched a game on sunday locally Robinsons Garage v Magnet Tavern. I was very very very shocked just how good the football was. The score was 5-1 to the Magnet Tavern a pub side from Boston. Who are the decent sides in this comp as would like to watch some more games??? The Magnet Tavern looked a class act who seemed very professional in the approach to the game. With a forward playing who played in the premier league within the last 5 years!!

Shame i have only just found out about this comp at the age of 45....ha

Who was that?


Yorks Amateur
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Steven Gerrard's brother and cousin are playing for Paddock.


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Julian Joachim ex Leicester and villa come off the bench for magnet tavern....still class!!


scottywalds
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I had an inkling. Lives just outside the town, but plays for Quorn


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Good grief, they had Joachim on the BENCH?! Shocked


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Thats exactly what I thought...Does anyone know who the manager is of the Magnet Tavern? He seemed very organised in preperation etc they had Marvin Johnson ex Luton Town as their coach and all in all the club looked like a football league club. Surely this guy must manage on Saturday somewhere decent to have contacts like this??


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John Chand is the manager


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I've just read the following article on the Yorkshire Evening Post website, which reports on the shenanigans in last Sunday's game between Halton Moor and Flathouse:

Leeds: Amateur cup match abandoned after brawl

A top amateur football cup match in Leeds had to be abandoned after a mass brawl by rival players and fans. Referee Keith Butler called a halt to the National FA Carlsberg Sunday Cup match just 20 minutes into the game between Leeds side Halton Moor FC and Flat House FC, from Liverpool.

A Football Association inquiry has been launched into the disturbance at Whitkirk Wanderers' ground last Sunday.

Halton Moor manager Danny Walsh described how trouble flared 20 minutes into the game when one of his players was sent off for a bad tackle on an opponent. He told the YEP: "There had been a few bad challenges already then one of our players was deservedly given a red card.

"It happened right on (Flat House's] touchline and their spectators jumped over the fence and started attacking our players."

A witness, who asked not to be named, said: "The game was abandoned by the ref after what can only be described as a mass brawl on the pitch.

"It was like watching something from the bad old days of football in the 60s and 70s. At one point I was in fear for the safety of my two sons."

It is not thought anyone was badly hurt in the incident and police did not need to attend the Selby Road ground.

Mr Walsh added: "The trouble probably lasted for about five minutes. The referee said he was calling the game off and most people walked away and left them to it.

"I made sure my players got back safely to the changing rooms and later made sure the Flat House players got back onto their bus safely. That was the end of the matter.

"We are gutted that this has happened to be honest. We don't have a bad disciplinary record. We were winning 1-0 at the time and comfortably the better team. We were confident of going on to win the cup."
Flat House secretary George Mallon declined to comment on the incident, until the outcome of the FA investigation.

John Riordan, West Riding County FA Governance Manager, confirmed reports into the incident had been received and the matter would be dealt with on November 9.

A decision on both clubs' progress in the competition will now be taken at national FA level. Halton Moor are the current champions of the Leeds Sunday League.

 
 


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