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Wednesday 14th August 2019

 

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Loiner
First Team Star

Aug 15, 2019, 11:42 PM

Posts: 2543
Location: North of the Aire
Team(s): None. A supporter of grassroots football

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I made a late decision to go to Weetwood as the rain had eased. There were a couple of showers during the match
West Yorkshire League- Premier Division

Headingley v Beeston St Anthony's 0-1

c30 watching including a hopper I know by sight
Match started at 18-34 as the match officials did not appear on the pitch until scheduled kick off time ( must have been on FMT)

A reasonable game which was settled by a goal in the 25th minute.


pilgrim46
Reserve Team Regular


Aug 16, 2019, 11:58 AM

Posts: 553
Location: Plympton, Devon
Team(s): Plymouth Argyle, any non league team in Devon & Cornwall

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Plymouth & West Devon League Premier Division

Activate 0-4 Pennycross SC (0-1 H/T)
F & N - Att 15 hc

Pennycross dominated this game & could have won by more. The Pennycross number 9 was the man of the match. He was a real handful & the Activate defence couldn't cope with him at all. It was no surprise that he opened the scoring after approximately 30 minutes when he sprinted onto a ball over the top & calmly placed it past the keeper. The visitors maintained their dominance in the second half & number 9 scored an almost identical goal on 50 minutes. He competed his hat-trick 15 minutes later before to the relief of the Activate players he was substituted. Pennycross added a further goal 10 minutes from time but come the end they were shooting at will & should have increased their winning margin. Activate play on a grass field within the confines of Eggbuckland Community College. The field is situated at the back of the complex & the only football furniture is obviously the goal posts & corner flags but it does offer nice views over several different areas of the city.


oftenscore6
Chelsea Transfer Target

Aug 16, 2019, 2:49 PM

Posts: 5200
Location: Saddleworth
Team(s): FCUM, MUFC, Hammarby, St Pauli, Hawthorn (AFL)

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FAC EP replay
Penistone Church 2-5 Skelmersdale United
Admisison: 5

Revisit here with a German hopper who's over visiting. The only change since my last visit are the ales on the bar (still 3, now Doom Bar, Spitfire and White Rat - which was good) and that lasagne has disappeared from the menu.Unsure. The homely nearside cover got good use from midway through the first half.

I was surprised by the visitors. Last season they were rock bottom, but they look well organised and a good team. They won this one comfortably enough against a side who were amongst the strongest in NCEP last season.

Second consecutive 2-5 scoreline. Hoping for a third one tomorrow!



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Last new football ground (948) Baza Arcom Progresul Spartac 1-1 Unirea Bascov
With FC United: 133
On the agenda:
21/9 FC United v Warrington Town
24/9 Warrington Town v FC United


cherryhopper
Chelsea Transfer Target

Aug 17, 2019, 12:08 AM

Posts: 4718
Location: The Premier League town of Bournemouth
Team(s): AFC Bournemouth, Verwood Town, Sunderland

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Hellenic League Division 1 West
Tytherington Rocks 4-2 Malmesbury Victoria
Attendance 63
Admission 4.50 including programme

Decided to head back south earlier than planned where there was nowhere near as much rain as up north and was rewarded with a thrilling game resulting in a rare win for the hosts giving them as many points as they usually get all season! The first goal came after just 3 minutes when a free kick lofted into the box was volleyed in by #9. The second goal arrived just before half time when a visitors free kick was blocked by the wall, the hosts broke downfield and #11 spotted the keeper off his line and lobbed him from 50 yards out. The two scorers combined for the 3rd goal in the 55th minute with #11 setting up #9 to finish from close range. The visitors finally came to the party with 20 minutes remaining pulling a goal back and soon after being awarded a penalty which they scored and it looked like Rocks' hard earned victory would be taken from them but the tension eased when they were awarded a penalty of their own with 10 minutes remaining and #9 stepped up to complete his hat trick and round off a fully deserved win.

Ground is at the top of a hill alongside the M5. A hedge screens the ground from the motorway but doesn't block out the constant traffic noise, the top of passing lorries can be seen from the corner by the entrance. Otherwise it is a pleasant rural setting. There is a small 100 seat stand on the motorway side which looks like was once a standing terrace with 5 rows of 20 seats, the first 3 on a flat concrete area, only the last two rows have steps for elevation. There is also a small covered overhang of the club building behind the far goal but it faces away from the pitch towards the right touchline.


Tim
Man City Transfer Target!


Aug 17, 2019, 9:53 AM

Posts: 8240
Location: Stourbridge, Charmouth
Team(s): Stourbridge, Welton Rovers

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Thorncombe Reserves 3 Winsham United 0 (Reg Eglon Cup) Att: 9 f&n

Not up to the standard of last night's fun at Halstock, but still very watchable. The visitors started well but were two down by the break and never looked like recovering. Played in fine spirit with a good ref. Home is the Thorncombe Spirts & Social Club in Horseshoe Road, at the edge of the village: shared with cricket, there are two permanent dugouts and a small amount of cover in front of the club house. The pitch was in fine nick after some serious rain during the day and previous night. Lovely setting with views across a big chunk of Devon.


andy smith
Reserve Team Regular


Aug 18, 2019, 5:28 PM

Posts: 585
Location: North Suffolk
Team(s): The Pars

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North Juniors Div.2
New Elgin 2 (2)
Islavale 5 (2)
Admission - 4.00
Prog's - No

A good end to game in which Islavale secured the win with two late goals...

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