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All the reports for December are shown below. See News Index for other months

 
 

5 DEC – LEAGUE TWENTYTWO CUP – Pheasant to strong for Bohemians – George Rudd (pictured right) made it nine goals in two games with five as Wadsley Bridge Pheasant brushed aside New Bohemians to go through to the last eight of the League Twentytwo Cup. A fine chip and finish by Rudd gave Pheasant an early lead before bagging his second soon after. Adam Askwith made it three before Rudd completed his hat-trick. Jack Brownell grabbed Bohemians first just before half time, but Askwith added Pheasant’s fifth soon after the break. Jordan Stocks hit a thunderbolt for the sixth before Sam Brown netted the visitors second. Danny Reet got his first before Rudd hit his fourth and fifth. Reet made it ten before Zach burns hit Bohemians third. Askwith and Reet both completed their hat-tricks and Harry Holland made it thirteen before Brownell hit Bohemians fourth. Pheasant will now be at home to Joker Wickersley Youth in the quarter final.

5 DEC – CBC PREMIER – Chappell leaves Crookes without a prayer – Royal Earl went second in the CBC Premier as two Connor Chappell (pictured left) strikes helped them beat old rivals Crookes 5-0. A close first half saw Earl lead through a Theo Wilson header from a Chappell free kick. Earl doubled the lead at the start of the second half with  a good move from back to front leaving Steve Brammer to pull a great ball back for Man of the Match Chappell to smash home. Earl then took control and further goals from Steve Brammer, Chappell and Matt Morton sealing the win.

Liam Greenfield also hit two as Handsworth Everest Inn moved to within two points of the leaders with victory at Norton Oaks. A fairly even first half saw both sides create chances and Oaks hit the crossbar early on, but it was Everest that took the lead when Ollie Grady was fouled in the area and Ryan Goodinson scored the penalty. Everest started the second half better and doubled their lead when Goodinson crossed and the defender turned the ball into his own net under pressure from Tom Smith. Everest third came when Ollie Grady picked the ball up 25 yards out and his shot flew into the bottom corner. Everest 4th came when Goodinson crossed and Sam Marsden scored with a cheeky back heel, before a foul in the area meant Lewis Trevett was able to pull one back from the penalty spot. Greenfield came on as sub and scored his first a delightful chip over the keeper from 12 yards, before Michael Peake lobbed on the keeper for Oaks’ second. Greenfield then struck his second and should have completed his hat-trick when he fired wide with only the keeper to beat.

John Wall (pictured right) was another to score twice as Stannington Village came from behind to win 4-1 at Oughtibridge WM. Stannington started well with Wall’s glancing header shaving a post and Charlie Hobson putting the ball over when the goal was gaping, but Oughtibridge took over Stannington were thankful to keeper Ethan Mockford for some fine saves. Oughtibridge created enough chances to win any game, but all they had to show for it was a Matt Harrison penalty just before half-time. It was Stannington’s turn to get on top in the second half and they showed their hosts how to finish. They equalised when a ball over the top found Shaun Flynn who squared for Wall to tap in and they took the lead when Lee Johnstone squared it for Hobson to take one touch putting the ball into the roof of the net. The lead was extended when Wall cut inside from the left to bend a left foot shot into the top corner and the fina goal came when a corner found its way to the back post and Jack Haslam headed home.

5 DEC – DIVISION 1 – Southey shock Boynton and Jack’s alright for Intake – Boynton Sports missed the chance to go second in Division One when they were beaten by a fast reviving Southey Social. A Todd Guest goal gave Southey a half-time lead and they doubled it after the break with a Jarrod Lomas strike. Boynton had chances to get back into the game, but all they had to show for it was a Jake Gamban penalty five minutes from time.

Sheffield Sixs moved to within a point of second place with a 3-1 victory over promotion rivals Cotts. Sixers took the lead on 30 minutes when Harry Buxton latched onto Brad Howe's through ball to slot it away and on the hour mark Connor McMain headed home to double Sixs lead. Liam Davies scored their third from the edge of the area five minutes later and all Cotts got from the game was the goal of the game, a 39 yard left foot screamer by Alex Calton.

Jack Heald netted twice as Intake Old Boys twice came from behind to grab just their second win of the season with a 4-2 victory over Colley. Colley scored first against the run of play when Chris Belshaw saw him use his strength to hold off the defender and fire home, but Intake were level by half-time after Heald equalised with a penalty. Colley went in front a second time straight after the break when Belshaw beat the keeper to the ball to prod home, but a long throw wasn’t dealt with and Elliot Coles got a touch to head home. Intake took the lead when they were awarded a second penalty and Heald netted again, before Danny Meadows made it safe with their fourth.

5 DEC – DIVISION 2 – Beech treble as Lion roar, but Reds stay top – Dan Beech hit a hat-trick as Red Lion kept up their title challenge with a 7-0 victory over Renegade. Lion took charge almost straight away with two early goals and Renegade were never in it. Further goals came from a Sam Roden double, Jamie Jones and an own goal.

Mosborough Reds stayed top as a Dan Howson double helped them to come from a goal down to win 4-1 victory at local rivals Beighton Magpies. All the action came in the first half with Liam Milne giving Magpies a first minute lead, but it lasted just a minute when Howson tapped in his first. Four minutes later Alix Sorsby hit a 40 yard free kick into the top corner to put Reds ahead. Josh Smith set up Howson to tap in his second and right on the stroke of half-time Sam Fickling whipped in a free-kick for skipper Kak Hotchin to head home.

Another hat-trick came from Chapeltown RBL’s Denham Saxton (pictured left) in his side’s 6-2 victory over Sheaf House. Saxton opened the scoring after a Jacob Walkland cross, sliding under the oncoming goalkeeper and the same combination again saw Walkland pick out Saxton, who volleyed superbly from the edge of the area. Debutant Jed Phillips made it 3-0 after he was found in the area by Mitch Savage. Ricardo Guyo pulled one back for Sheaf, but it was soon 4-1 as Harley Wilson picked out Saxton to complete his hat trick with a composed finish. Ben Stringer hit the bar with a header, and then won a penalty which Morgan Cowell despatched for RBL’s fifth. Guyo netted his second for Sheaf, before Walkland completed a hat trick of assists by finding Adam Simpson in the box to guide the ball home first time.

Both Water Tower and Jubilee Rangers dropped points when they drew 2-2 with each other. Alfie Smith gave Jubilee a half-time lead following a corner, but Water Tower hit back after the break when man of the match Harry Groombridge volleyed home from the edge of the area. Jubilee retaliated by taking the lead a second time through Adam Pocock, but it was against the run of play and Groombridge netted his second to give Water Tower a deserved share of the points.

1 DEC – Fixtures & Referees for 12 and 19 December – Fixtures and Referees for 12 & 19 December are now shown in the Fixtures section of the website. They include Sunday Senior and Sunday Junior Cup ties on 12 December.

All home teams MUST make sure that their home pitch is available on all the dates shown. Please email Keith immediately if your pitch is not available on a date shown. All home clubs MUST also confirm the details with your referees and opponents for all dates shown as soon as they are shown. If you are having to kick-off at a time other than 11 am, you MUST make sure that both your referee, opponents and Keith are aware. The home clubs should later (the Tuesday before the game) ring the referee to make sure the referee has got all the details. If a referee says he cannot do a game listed for them, please notify Keith immediately.

Matches without referees must still go ahead and, if you have not been allocated a referee by the date of the game, the two clubs must agree on a stand-in 'referee' between them.  Although Keith will still be working to gain more referees, because we have a lower number of referees than in recent season, it is very likely that some games may not have an official referee allocated to them. If you find one yourself, will you let Keith know immediately please.

Any team that have opponents shown as "No game yet" should NOT assume that they will have no game on that date as we have often had to change fixtures at short notice as we try to get as many games played as possible.

1 DEC – Fixtures & Referees for 12 and 19 December – Fixtures and Referees for 12 & 19 December are now shown in the Fixtures section of the website. They include Sunday Senior and Sunday Junior Cup ties on 12 December.

All home teams MUST make sure that their home pitch is available on all the dates shown. Please email Keith immediately if your pitch is not available on a date shown. All home clubs MUST also confirm the details with your referees and opponents for all dates shown as soon as they are shown. If you are having to kick-off at a time other than 11 am, you MUST make sure that both your referee, opponents and Keith are aware. The home clubs should later (the Tuesday before the game) ring the referee to make sure the referee has got all the details. If a referee says he cannot do a game listed for them, please notify Keith immediately.

Matches without referees must still go ahead and, if you have not been allocated a referee by the date of the game, the two clubs must agree on a stand-in 'referee' between them.  Although Keith will still be working to gain more referees, because we have a lower number of referees than in recent season, it is very likely that some games may not have an official referee allocated to them. If you find one yourself, will you let Keith know immediately please.

Any team that have opponents shown as "No game yet" should NOT assume that they will have no game on that date as we have often had to change fixtures at short notice as we try to get as many games played as possible.

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