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northyork
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Sep 2, 2019, 11:02 PM

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york minister league division two

Cawood fc 5 - 2 Pollington fc


kick off at 18.15 as no lights for the only early division two game on the season, rare monday night fixture that was controlled fairly well by cawood who have had a strong pre season campaign

ground fairly standard york league, football, cricket, tennis, basketball court, a little village paying field twixt selby and york

gravel hard standing at one end and uncovered bench seating around the driveway end, hoppers welcomed by home manger with free drinks, pollington had chances and the first half was close but poor second half performance stopped the points going over the border.

att 25 h/c home goals from luke lambert x 4 and pete mcloughlin

good reffing by conor dunne


timmy tabby
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Sep 3, 2019, 8:20 AM

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.....Little to get excited over in Mid Essex for.....

Chelmsford City 1 v 1 Billericay Town - Conference Division 1 South
Prog 68 pages 3.00 (Double issue with the previous Saturday's home match with Bath, but still one of an decreasing number of clubs who take a pride in what they produce) - Admission 15.00 - Att 1395 (segregation in force and the layout of the ground with the athletics tracks and distance from the pitch ensures that it is virtually impossible to generate any meaningful atmosphere.

.....And of course the return of the Numero Uno's as correctly by the clearly crystal ball gazing Def Leppard of this parish.

On the basis of a horribly untidy first half, the general consensus at the interval was that it would be a minor miracle for either net to bulge. Not helped by two sets of players who showed antagonism towards each other, which then generated into the obligatory half of stop, the occasional start and then more stop. The flow of proceedings was also impeded by the man in black giving lengthy lectures to the protagonists before taking an eternity in fumbling about in his pocket before producing a yellow card. Amongst the player and officials disarray there were a few half chances for both team, with Sam Deering missing with what was the only clear cut opportunity of the half for the visitors when he volleyed over and at the other end when a cross emanating from Elliot Omasuza reaching Sam Knott in space on the back post, he completely miscued his shot but it rebounded off of a surprised looking Robbie Simpson and just went the wrong side of the post.

As is so often the case, the second half was significantly better than what had preceded with Chelmsford taking the lead when a free kick taken out on the right perfectly flighted over the visiting defence and beyond Alan Julian in the Billericay goal and ideal for Anthony Church to head into the gaping net at the back post. Soon after Gavin Gunning headed a clear chance to level for the visitors from close range with one of those opportunities that you would expect to have been taken.

The caution count was mounting and the seemingly inevitable fracas then ensued on the far touchline which resulted in the already booked Louis Ramsay being dismissed for raising his arms. In contrast to the length of time that the man in black took in his previous administration of proceedings, this was remarkably quick and incisive and the first that most realised that Ramsay had been dismissed was him on the long trudge between the far side of the pitch and the far away dressing rooms.

Problem was for the hosts was that they momentarily switched off soon after allowing Moses Emmanuel time on the edge of the area time to thread a shot of accuracy into the far corner for the visitors leveller. With the player advantage, Chelmsford had by far the better of the closing minutes but with a plethora of players between play and the goal the Billericay defence undertook it's role in a gritty and determined manner. Tom Wraight headed a decent chance wide and there were crucial blocks to ensure that power laden efforts from Chris Whepdale and Wraight did not worry Julian. Outcome just about right, both of these teams should be in and around the Play Off area in the spring. Interesting to note that in the Billericay team listing in the prog (but not listed on the sheet) was one Archie Tamplin. One of those players that invokes curiosity as to whether he possesses any playing prowess or is in the listing due to family connections,

A good social occasion, but after the obligatory cack Monday at w*rk it was not the best time to hear Hornetini (former) Teech!!! tell us about the first day of his official retirement (grrr!!). Both journeys without issue with the helpful train dispatcher at Chelmsford Station holding open the door of the Inter City departure for two late fifties who still have the ability to break into a trot to board. Indoors at 23.38....


(This post was edited by timmy tabby on Sep 3, 2019, 8:29 AM)


colpic
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Sep 3, 2019, 4:18 PM

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york minister league division two

Cawood fc 5 - 2 Pollington fc


kick off at 18.15 as no lights for the only early division two game on the season, rare monday night fixture that was controlled fairly well by cawood who have had a strong pre season campaign

ground fairly standard york league, football, cricket, tennis, basketball court, a little village paying field twixt selby and york

gravel hard standing at one end and uncovered bench seating around the driveway end, hoppers welcomed by home manger with free drinks, pollington had chances and the first half was close but poor second half performance stopped the points going over the border.

att 25 h/c home goals from luke lambert x 4 and pete mcloughlin

good reffing by conor dunne


Also at Cawood, along with Oldknut, Veteran and Yorkieexile. I was the quiet one.

A very enjoyable game in yet another fairly affluent York village. Pre match pint taken in the Greyhound in Riccall.



Where's the 'ignore this poster' button?


northyork
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Sep 3, 2019, 5:13 PM

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very good pub greyhound, my cousin owns it, feel free to pop in on route to any game, also sponsor riccall united


sheffgeoff
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Sep 9, 2019, 9:12 PM

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Professional Development League

Bracken Moor, Stocksbridge

Sheffield Wednesday U23s 4(1) Colchester United U23s 1(1)

Blue & White Striped Shirts / Black Shorts White Shirts / Blue Shorts

Attendance c120

Admission Free Team Sheets Free

Hot Dog 1.50 Tea 1

Following a defensive mixup Wednesday took the lead in the 41st minute, only for the U's to equalise a minute before the break when the home keeper could only parry a shot and the rebound was put away. The home side were back in front in the 65th minute with a fine shot into the top corner. Two late strikes in the 88th and 91st minutes somewhat flattered the hosts who ran out 4-1 winners.


oxpete
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Sep 9, 2019, 10:11 PM

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Hellenic Floodlit Cup 1st Round
Reading City 1-3 Penn & Tylers Green

Entry: 6
Attendance: officially 120, which might be a touch optimistic...

...including Royals26, who it was good to see for the first time this season and to chew the cud with, as always.

A better match than I was expecting, helped along by four goals and several near misses.

 
 


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