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19 NOV - SUNDAY SENIOR CUP - Whiting and West doubles see Redmires and Intake Old Boys through - Two of our teams made the quarter finals, one at the expense of another our member clubs. The first of these were last seasonís semi-finalists Redmires (right) as they overcame KP Pewter Pot of the Rotherham Sunday League, 6-2. The game was as good as over at half time as the home side raced into a 4-0 lead. Although Pewter Pot reduced the arrears to 4-2, Redmires kicked on again scored twice more to record an emphatic triumph. Tom Whiting led the scoring with a well taken hat-trick, whilst a double from George Rudd and one from Dale White completed it.

Also in the last eight are Intake Old Boys as they defeated fellow CBC Premier side Norton Oaks A 5-3 away from home. Norton took the lead when a defensive slip allowed Jordan Marshall to net but Alex Rippon equalised for Intake with a header. The same player then put his side ahead from the penalty spot after Harry Groombridge was brought down in the area. Intake extended their lead when Mark West scored their second penalty of the day, but an own goal reduced the arrears. A ball over the top from stand-in goalkeeper Tyler Bates allowed West to score his second before Rich Conway again made it a one goal game. However, West had the final say when he evaded three Norton defenders and then rounded the keeper to complete a superb treble.

Wadsley Bridge Pheasant exited though as they lost 3-1 to another Rotherham Premier side in the shape of AFP; Dylan Parrott scoring the sole Pheasant strike.

SUNDAY JUNIOR CUP - Mosborough Whites and Southey Social pull off shock wins as all four go through - Both Crookes FC and Royal Earl hit nine goals as they made light work of their opponents whilst there were narrow but hugely successful wins for both Mosborough Whites and Southey Social. Crookes FC comfortably disposed of their hosts Maltby Rangers with a comprehensive 9-1 away win. Micah Bishop scored a hat-trick to lead the individual scorecharts, whilst Liam Morris added a brace and there were single efforts from Matt Cohen, Liam Cartledge, James Humbling and Max Pemberton. Also scoring heavily were Royal Earl as they defeated Thrybergh SSC 9-2. Both Steve Brammer and Mike Towey (left) scored trebles, and goals from Olly Beaumont, Billy Wright and Jake Mason finished off the rout.

A single goal from Callum Congreave was just the trick for Mosborough Whites as they defeated Swallownest Village; whom had put out Norton Sportsman out in the previous round. Completing a full house of victories for the Blades Super Draw League were Southey Social as they made their lengthy trip to Upton Wrangbrook a winning one with a 3-2 win. A goal down to a strike on the stroke of half time, Southey restored parity when an Upton defender turned the ball into his own net. John Mellor made it 2-1 to Southey before Callum Jones saved a penalty and the subsequent follow up from the home side. Shortly afterwards Upton did indeed level but with just six minutes left, Adam Danks was in the right place to net what proved to be the eventual match winning goal.

CBC PREMIER -CBC PREMIER - Killamarsh slip up at Civil to let Wickersley go top - The leadership of the CBC Premier Division changed hands as Wickersley Youth recorded a 7-2 win at basement club Hallam FC. Jack Waddle opened the scoring for Hallam before two goals from Joe McGuinness and a curled effort from man of the match Ben Thornton put the visitors. Elliott Coles drew Hallam level but then the floodgates opened in style as Adam Daughtrey, Ainsley Finney and Thornton all scored without response to send Lewis Carderís men to the summit.

Killamarsh Juniors were the leaders at the start of play and looked ready to record another win when two first half Callum Mawbey goals had them in front at Civil Sports A. Ten minutes into the second half, Civil reduced the deficit with a Harley Wilson penalty and then skipper Ben Brown (right) drew them level when he connected from a corner kick. Civil completed an impressive turnaround with just two minutes left on the clock, Thomas Bamford with the winning strike.

Stannington Village and Handsworth Old Crown were forced to shake hands on a 1-1 draw at Malin Bridge. Village took the lead when a Shaun Flynn cross was tapped home at the far post by Adam Todd, and they could have added to it with Danny Smith and Ben Cook going close. Handsworth levelled with twenty minutes to go when Russell Hobson scored from the penalty spot and Stannington had to hold for a point with ten men thanks to an all-important save from Nathan Ryan.

DIVISION 1 - Woodhouse Village win the battle of the top two, but RBL, Sportsman and Oughtibridge all keep pace with them - The top two in Division One clashed and it was the leaders Woodhouse Village who came out on top in a brilliant game that was a superb advert for the league, defeating Cobden View 2-1. Two goals from Perry Jackson and Theo Wilson put Village in control at half time before Cobden skipper Joe Taylor took advantage of a defensive slip to reduce the margin. Both teams went for more goals after that and it took a Ryan Simmonite clearance from the goal-line in the last couple of minute to deny Cobden a share of the spoils.

Moving into second place are Chapeltown RBL as they recorded a 3-2 win in another superb game; this time at Cotts FC. Michael Blythen put the home team ahead but Legion levelled just before half time when Keenan Gibson flicked the ball home. In the second half, Gavin Butler made it six goals in six games to put the visitors in front and then Dale Shaw got on the end of a fine cross by man of the match Niall Smith to extend the lead. Blythen scored his second of the morning but Legion held on well for three well deserved points. Action from the game is below - pictures by Mick Moat.

Behind them on goal difference only are Norton Sportsman as they overcame Ranch 2-1. Ryan Rutherford put the visiting team ahead after a well created move on the half hour, but five minutes later Connor Pryde outpaced the defence to level matters. The game winning goal came five minutes into the second half when Chris Lewis found the corner of the Ranch net from eighteen yards out but Ranch couldnít break through again. Brinsworth Phoenix and Norton Oaks B shared four goals and the points with a 2-2 tie, Karl Fox and an own goal scoring for Phoenix whilst Mansell and Meah did the same for Oaks.

Oughtibridge WM recorded probably their biggest ever win as they defeated a gallant Steelers side 18-0; scoring nine in each half. Callum Chambers had four whilst Simon Duckworth and Ross Brown both added hat-tricks. Ollie Black and James Baker added doubles whilst Justin Westoby, Evan Watson, Josh Walker and Richard Honeyman completed a comprehensive win for David Hudsonís men. Also scoring a clutch of goals were Colley as they defeated Civil Sports B 7-4, Josh Buxton scored a hat-trick (one from the spot) for Neil Whitworthís team and Christopher Onija and Regan Dempsey scored twice whilst all Civilís goals were scored by the ever-prolific Jed Phillips and they remain in the bottom two.

DIVISION 2 - Leaders Jockey end Boynton's perfect record, while Mosborough Reds and Woodhouse move into the top three  - Wadsley Horse & Jockey remain at the head of Division Two after a 1-1 draw at Boynton Sports; a result which ended the home sideís one hundred percent record. Aaron Statham put Wadsley ahead but Ross Thompson equalised from close range and a draw was seen as a fair result. Into second place are Mosborough Reds as they recorded a stupendous 8-1 away win at Woodseats Chantrey. Josh Smith scored a well taken three goal haul whilst Joe Harris and Luke Fogg both netted twice and Scott Williams once. Chantreyís goal was a pure consolation in the dying stages from Danny Lonsdale.

Woodhouse Juniors are third with a 7-0 away win at the ever plucky Crookes and District. It was goalless for the first twenty minutes and then the floodgates opened wide with five goals hitting the Crookes net in the next twenty minutes to send the visitors five goals ahead at half time with two more in the final quarter of an hour. Jake Dean scored a hat-trick whilst Tom Blandís double and one each from Henry Bradshaw and Joe Shutt put them in seventh heaven. Inspired by Phil Nshindano, Forum won 6-2 at home to Shakey with goals from Josh Gibson; twice; and additional strikes from Josh Schofield, James Pemberton, Jav Sherratt and player-manager Jamie Smith. Shakey replied through Andrew Redfearn and Steve Dickinson.

Preview of Forthcoming Games

26 November

Itís the final Round 3 League Twentytwo Cup tie this weekend when Division Two Boynton Sports will try to take a second successive CBC Premier scalp when they travel to Penistone Church. Boynton beat Woodseats Club in the previous round while Church had a comfortable win at Division One Colley. Church reached the semi finals last season and will be keen to get at least that far again and will start favourites to go through.

In the League, early CBC Premier leaders Wickersley Youth entertain an Intake Old Boys unbeaten on their travels, while second place Killamarsh Juniors host a Hallam side struggling at the foot of the table. The CBC Premier's only unbeaten side Norton Oaks A entertain Redmires, while Handsworth Old Crown entertain a Stannington Village they drew with just a week ago, and Wadsley Bridge Pheasant will try to get back to winning ways at home against Civil Sports A.

Division One's top game looks set to be Cobden View's visit to Chapeltown RBL, while another game that looks set to be close is Ranch's visit to Oughtibridge WM. Another of the title challengers, Norton Sportsman, should take three points at home to Steelers, but the other games look hard to call with Civil Sports B entertaining Southey Social, Colley entertaining Brinsworth Phoenix and Norton Oaks B entertaining Cotts FC.

Division Two's game of the day looks set to be Forum's visit to Royal Earl, while leaders Wadsley Horse & Jockey face a stiff test at home tfrom Sunday Junior Cup quarter finalists Mosborough Whites. Mosborough Reds will be looking to complete the double over their hosts Shakey, while Cadbury will be looking for a third away win of the season at Woodseats Chantrey and Crookes FC should maintain their perfect away record at Woodhouse Juniors.


26 Nov LEAGUE TWENTYTWO CUP Penistone Church v Boynton Sports   CBC PREMIER Hdswth Old Crown v Stannington Village; Killamarsh Juniors v Hallam FC; Norton Oaks A v Redmires; WB Pheasant v Civil Sports A; Wickersley Youth v Intake Old Boys DIVISION 1 Chapeltown RBL v Cobden View; Civil Sports B v Southey Social; Colley v Brinsworth Phoenix; Norton Oaks B v Cotts FC; Norton Sportsman v Steelers; Oughtibridge WM v Ranch DIVISION 2 Royal Earl v Forum FCCO; Shakey v Mosborough Reds; W Horse & Jockey v Mosborough Whites; Woodhouse JFC v Crookes FC; Woodseats Chantrey v Cadbury




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