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Sunday 23 June

 



Steveb
Chelsea Transfer Target

Jun 23, 2019, 4:45 PM

Posts: 4021
Location: Prestwich
Team(s): England, Leicester City, Bedfont & Feltham

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11am
Leeds Sunday League, Play-off Cup, Group A
Commercial HQ 2 Seacroft WMC 3 (att 20 h/c)

Likely to be my final game of 2018/19. Not a particularly memorable match, between two sides who have made indifferent starts to the summer league season.

The play-off cup sees the league's eight teams split into two groups of four. Seacroft were the better side. They were 2-1 up at half time, extended their lead to 3-1 thanks to a penalty with 15 minutes left, and then survived a late penalty scored by Commercial.

At 2-1 down with 20 minutes left Commercial HQ had a player red-carded after an over-the-top volley of verbal abuse at the referee, for not agreeing that the ball had crossed the line for a goal. He'd subbed himself after the initial dispute though, so despite being sent off for continuing to argue from the sidelines his team finished the game with 11 men.

This was on what the league's Full Time website lists as 'pitch six' at Fearnville Playing Fields. Unlike the other three pitches used for Leeds Sunday League games this year, this one is close to the car park off Oakwood Lane. It's just a pitch, behind a railed off rugby pitch.

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rambler77
First Team Star

Jun 23, 2019, 5:49 PM

Posts: 2747
Location: Braunstone, Leicester
Team(s): Oadby Town, Leicester City

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With the wife @ work I headed for one of the three finals @ the KFF Leicester Tournament with my daughter for company

1pm ko

SINGH SABHA SLOUGH RESERVES 1-2 GSA RESERVES
(Premier 2 Final)

@ Riverside Ground, GNG FC


GSA were reduced to ten men for a nasty challenge midway through the first half, and found themselves one down @ the interval. This was a cracking strike from outside the area.

Despite the numerical disadvantage they were the better side in the second half, and deservedly turned it around.

Company also spent with a non-posting hopper and LCFC season ticket holder.



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buckielugger
Youth Team Star


Jun 25, 2019, 5:23 PM

Posts: 279
Location: on a hill top in wales
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Went to the Finals Day in the Island Games on Anglesey.
Such a brilliant occasion (and a fantastic week of football).
All the teams were in attendance, and the total crowd was given as a magnificent 3,020. Biggest crowd ever for football on Anglesey maybe??
First up was the Women's final, which went the way of the Isle of Man Women, beating the home side Ynys Mon 2-1. Earlier at Amlwch, Jersey Women had claimed the Bronze beating the Hitra team 3-2 aet.
Second up at Holyhead was the Men's final (with IOM Men romping home for the Bronze at Gwalchmai, 5-0 against 2005 winners Shetland).
In the Men's Final, Guernsey (with several of their Isthmian League team featuring) took an early 1-0 lead. It took mid way through the second half for hosts Ynys Mon to finally equalise, and then with just minutes left, local hero Melvin McGinness slotted home a lovely shot to send all the home fans into rapture.
The Gold Medal had gone to the home team (and appropriately their previous winners from 20 years before had been paraded on the pitch before kick off, lovely gesture).
Much delight and celebrations ensued and then all the medallists from both the Men's and the Women's competition received their well deserved medals.


A superb day and congratulations to all involved, especially the organisers, the winners and another mention for St Helena for their own of history making, great to see them all on the pitch at the end.


Andy D
Chelsea Transfer Target

Jun 26, 2019, 8:38 AM

Posts: 4329
Location: Cheshire/Dorset
Team(s): 1874 Northwich, Forfar Athletic, Castleford RLFC, Lancashire CCC,

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Went to the Finals Day in the Island Games on Anglesey.
Such a brilliant occasion (and a fantastic week of football).
All the teams were in attendance, and the total crowd was given as a magnificent 3,020. Biggest crowd ever for football on Anglesey maybe??
First up was the Women's final, which went the way of the Isle of Man Women, beating the home side Ynys Mon 2-1. Earlier at Amlwch, Jersey Women had claimed the Bronze beating the Hitra team 3-2 aet.
Second up at Holyhead was the Men's final (with IOM Men romping home for the Bronze at Gwalchmai, 5-0 against 2005 winners Shetland).
In the Men's Final, Guernsey (with several of their Isthmian League team featuring) took an early 1-0 lead. It took mid way through the second half for hosts Ynys Mon to finally equalise, and then with just minutes left, local hero Melvin McGinness slotted home a lovely shot to send all the home fans into rapture.
The Gold Medal had gone to the home team (and appropriately their previous winners from 20 years before had been paraded on the pitch before kick off, lovely gesture).
Much delight and celebrations ensued and then all the medallists from both the Men's and the Women's competition received their well deserved medals.


A superb day and congratulations to all involved, especially the organisers, the winners and another mention for St Helena for their own of history making, great to see them all on the pitch at the end.


...... Apart from the fact that it finished on Friday....



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ricardo
Junior Team Sub

Jun 26, 2019, 11:25 AM

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Went to the England 3 Cameroon 0 game in Valenciennes, many people will have seen the game and formed their own opinion of the antics of the Africans so I won’t pass further comment, was a revisit for me as I went to the old ground in 1984 for a league game v Le Havre, safe to say the new ground is a major upgrade, very positive atmosphere and easy to get tickets although it ended up a virtual sellout, about 5,000 England fans there mainly women and girls which wasn’t at all bad but outnumbered by the fans of USA in Reims the following night


leohoenig
Administrator

Jun 26, 2019, 11:38 AM

Posts: 13315
Location: Outer Cheltenhamshire
Team(s): Cheltenham Town

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Depending on how you count, you may wish to revise this
The old ground, Stade Nungesser is significantly to the west (at least 100 metres) of Stade du Hainaut (sponsors names notwithstanding)
My visits were in 2006 and 2014 - the move was made in 2011



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dottirofhod
Man City Transfer Target!


Jun 26, 2019, 12:38 PM

Posts: 13422
Location: The North. 'Ich hassen lehm kopfs'
Team(s): Crewe Alex and obviously England.(Unlike a lot on here)

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Depending on how you count, you may wish to revise this
The old ground, Stade Nungesser is significantly to the west (at least 100 metres) of Stade du Hainaut (sponsors names notwithstanding)
My visits were in 2006 and 2014 - the move was made in 2011



Concur, 1984/85 & 2011/12.

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2019/20. Benelux = Bel = 0-0-0-(0-0-0)-(0-3-4-2)/ Lux = 0-3 / Neth = 0-0-0-(2 - 2) Others France = 0-0 / Germany =0-0-0 /Italy =0-3/Iberia = P = 0-1& S=0-1.

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