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22 July 2014 - Club details updated - The detail for all our clubs has been updated with the information supplied by them and can be found in the CLUBS section. Will all clubs check them and confirm they are correct, or send any amendments, by email to keithsssl@aol.com please

18 July 2014 - Important notes about pre-season friendly games - If any club intends to play a pre-season friendly against another club affiliated to play on Saturdays, or midweek, you must first gain permission from the Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA before playing the game.

If you are playing a club that is affiliated to play on Sundays you do not need to gain permission from the County FA, but you must make sure they have affiliated to the County FA.

Also, please make sure that any triallist you have playing for you is not currently under any suspensions by the FA.

If you do not follow these procedures and someone gets injured etc, it is likely that any insurance you have will become invalid.

18 July 2014 - Teams looking for more players - Division One Southey Social has vacancies for players for the new season. They will be training every Sunday morning at 11am throughout the summer at Parson Cross Park, whilst their home pitch next season will be Concord Sports Centre 3G. Anyone interested can contact Mark Guest on 0788 367 2906 (email: cacktusjack2702@hotmail.com) or Rob Womack on 07595996461 (email: robsville85@hotmail.com)

Division Two Crookes & District also has vacancies for players for the new season. If you want more detail please contact Michael Cottyn on 0788 319 3123 (email: michael.cottyn@btinternet.com)

12 July 2014 - 2014-15 Fixture Grid published - The Fixture grid for the 2014-15 season is now published - see Latest News for full details and notes that need to be taken into account alongside the grid:

7 July 2014 - Four clubs join the League - At the recent AGM four clubs were introduced to, and accepted by, our existing clubs. The four are City Taxis, from the Meadowhall League, Fox & Hounds Rangers, from the Sunday Imperial League, the re-formed Laycock Sports having last played in the Blades Super Draw a couple of years ago, and the fourth is Hallam FC after the world's second oldest club decided to have a Sunday side for the first time in its long history. Hallam will also have former England and Owls star Chris Waddle as their player-manager. All four clubs bring yet more good facilities to the League.

2 June - Special rate pitch hire for friendlies for Blades Super Draw teams - Finding a suitable pitch over the summer period is often difficult. We have therefore teamed up with The University of Sheffield to provide Blades Super Draw teams with a top quality pitch to play summer friendlies and pre-season fixtures at Goodwin Sports Centre. All matches will be played on a 3G (rubber crumb) pitch with a range of evening and weekend slots available, with discounts for Blades Super Draw teams This is a great opportunity to keep ticking over during the summer or to prepare for the 2014/15 season. If you would like to book a pitch or require further information please feel free to contact Scott at Goodwin Sports Centre on 2226955 or s.tyler@sheffield.ac.uk

14 May - MACRON CUP FINAL - Redmires Knagg their way to Bramall Lane Final victory - In front of a crowd of over 700, Redmires lifted the Macron Cup at Bramall Lane for the first time in club history as a first half goal from the Kitlocker Man of the Match Dave Knaggs (left) and a second half strike from Mikey Taylor gave them a 2-0 victory over fellow CBC Premier side The Park.

After a slow it was The Park that went closest to opening the scoring when Mark Townsend's free kick was met by Nick Galloway and his header was deflected onto a post. From the resulting corner Galloway had another half chance, but the Redmires defence managed to clear. Redmires then started to look the more threatening, with Knaggs' pace causing The Park's defence problems and when Dale White played a ball to him in the corner of the penalty area, Knaggs just beat The Park keeper Sam Kirk to the ball to hook it over him into the net to give Redmires the lead.

Matt Reay and James Kirkham looking really solid at the heart of the Redmires defence, and Redmires keeper, Matt's brother, Dave Reay, commanding his area The Park were generally restricted to long range efforts. When The Park did get through they were denied first by the woodwork and then Dave Reay made two crucial saves in the second half to keep The Park at bay. The first came from a Calvin Thomas header from a corner that looked certain to be finding the bottom corner until Reay somehow got a hand to it to turn it round the post and later Raey got down low to block a Mark Townsend shot (pictured left).

The action switched back to the other end and after some good work by Jon Wall, Knaggs almost scored a second, but his effort skimmed the top of the bar. The Park's man of the match Nick Galloway produced two terrific last ditch tackles to stop Knaggs and Wall extending Redmires lead and keeper Kirk also did well to block another Knaggs effort after he had outpaced The Park's defence. A clincher did eventually come Redmires way when Knaggs beat Josh Ransom down the left and although he was brought down on the edge of the area, the ball broke for Taylor to take it past Kirk and slot home from ten yards. After the final whistle the Blades Super Draw promotions Manager Mick Rooker presented Knaggs with his Kitlocker Man of the Match Award and the Macron Cup to Redmires skipper Scott Smith, together with club captain Chris Cotterill. See Latest News for more detail and pictures from the game.


11 May - DIV 1 - Last gasp Brinsworth are promoted, while Ball are slaughtered by Lamb & Sampson - After being two down at half time Brinsworth Whitehill (left) fought back and a last minute Danny Willis goal gave them the point they needed to pip Norton Oaks to the final promotion place. New Division One champions Oughtibridge WM completed their season unbeaten as Strachan Sampson and Aaron Lamb (right) both hit hat-tricks as they thrashed the new Division One Runners-up Old Blue Ball.

DIV 2 - Fifty up for Carl Andrews as a double hat-trick lands him the League's Twentytwo Leading Scorer Golden Boot Award - Carl Andrews (right) hit a double hat-trick as The Pheasant completed their season by thrashing FC Spartak. Those six goals took his League tally to thirty one and landed him the Twentytwo Leading Scorer Golden Boot Award. It also took his tally for the season in all competitions to fifty.

6 May - MACRON CUP - Macron Cup Final officials - The League is pleased to announce that the referee for next week's Macron Cup Final between The Park and Redmires, at Bramall Lane, is Paul Cooper (pictured left). Paul was due to referee last season's final, but unfortunately picked up an injury just prior to the game and couldn't do it, so it will be fingers crossed that he stays fit this year. His assistants will be Jack Hall and James Gelder, while the fourth official will be Paul Matthewson. The game kicks-off at 7pm and admission is £5 for adults and free for accompanied children under 16.


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15 Sept 2013 - Kitlocker extend their sponsorship with the League - Kitlocker have extended their sponsorship with the League and our clubs will receive special discounts on kit and equipment.

19 August 2013 - Social Media - All clubs are reminded to tell their players and officials that any mis-use of social media such as Twitter, Facebook etc, can lead to penalties being imposed by both the County FA and the League. This mis-use could be in the form of poor or abusive comments about a referees display, another club or player, the League and its management, the County FA and its employees, or the FA. Even if someone just forwards, or agrees with, abusive or damaging comments made by someone else, they will be dealt with the same as if they made the comments. The League, so far hasn't had too many issues with this, although a few clubs have been warned that their players need to be careful in what comments some of them have said or agreed with

23 Jun 2013 - Twentytwo continue their sponsorship with the League - We are pleased to say that football shop twentytwo have continued their sponsorship of the League's Leading Scorer Award for the 2013-14 season and the leading scorer in league games will once again win the 'Golden Boot' award in the shape of a free pair of football boots.

31 Aug 2012 - Link to The FA Discipline guide - Please see below the a link to the new FA Discipline handbook. The FA have not produced a hard copy of the handbook this year, however, the downloaded version can be printed off if required.


The FA Discipline Handbook 2012-13 is an online interactive reference guide to aid Leagues, Clubs and Players through the forthcoming season. The handbook will be a useful guide to explain the disciplinary process and details the changes that have taken place over the last few years– principally the introduction of the match based disciplinary system, and the adoption of this system for youth football.

This year’s guide also includes videos and resources that will go into greater depth to explain the disciplinary process.

Videos: Introduction from Mark Ives, Disciplinary Manager; Processing Misconduct Charges; Respect Member Services – a walk through guide

Resources: Suspension Notification Form; Club Statement; League Statement; Sending Off Paperwork; Board of Appeal; Alternate Charge Notification; Multiple Charge Notification; Penalty Points

19 Apr 2012 - Blades Super Draw League honoured by The FA - The Blades Super Draw League's hard work towards the aims of The FA's Respect campaign over many years has been honoured by The FA with a Bronze Award.

For 25 years the League's Merit Award system, culminates in the Steve Gee Merit Cup Final each season. The system, which rewards clubs for good behaviour and good discipline throughout the season, was a key element. The League was also the first Adult Men's Sunday League in the Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA area to adopt The FA's Respect banner. We have continued our efforts to make the League one of the best, if not the best, in the country by refunding a portion of League fees back to the top five clubs in terms of discipline.

The aim is to make our games enjoyable for players officials and spectators alike and we intend to try to continue to find ways of furthering our principles. All the people that have contributed over the years should be very proud and our clubs should also be very proud of the way that they have helped by adopting the principles set out by the League.

18 Nov - Bradwell Skip Services join our family of sponsors -  The family owned and family run Bradwell Skip Services has joined the League's family by sponsoring the League Tables. As part of the sponsorship, Bradwell Skip Services offer a £10 discount on skips to all players, staff and friends of teams involved with the Blades Super Draw League. People just need to mention the Blades Super Draw to obtain the discount when ordering. For more detail see  www.bradwellskips.co.uk

28 Dec -  Support for the Spartans 2009 - The Blades Super Draw League is helping to promote the Spartans FC - a Sheffield area Special Olympics football initiative - and Spartans FC now has its own web page which you can access by clicking on the Spartans FC icon above. Watch out for updates.

Jan Molby Presents the Merit Awards -  Liverpool & Denmark legend Jan Molby became the latest international to present the CBC Computer Systems Merit Awards when he handed over the September Award to CBC Premier leaders Ecclesfield 147 Players Lounge and the October Award to Division Two leaders Fairbank-Rhodes. More detail can be found in the Awards section. The Angel IT Solutions Peak Performer Awards went to Fairbank-Rhodes' Scott Whittington after his 11 goals in the first month, while Ecclesfield 147 Players Lounge's Ryan Keeney took the October Award after playing a pivotal role in his side's rise to the top of the CBC Premier

29 March - Macron & Kitlocker.com join forces with the League

Subject to County FA approval, the Blades Super Draw League is excited to announce a new associate sponsorship agreement with Kitlocker.com and the new kit suppliers to Sheffield United, the Italian sports and leisurewear giants Macron. The agreement, for an initial three years, will see the League's League Cup renamed the Macron Cup and the Macron Cup final at Bramall Lane will have a Kitlocker.com Man of the Match.

As well as providing a significant cash injection each season, the agreement will see Kitlocker.com supply Macron matchballs for the semi finals and finals of the Macron Cup and Blades Super Draw League clubs will also be able to take advantage of special discounts on Macron sports clothing and equipment from Kitlocker.com.

Kitlocker.com Managing Directors; Mike Kent (pictured far right) and Tom Ward (pictured left) expressed their pleasure on agreeing the deal stating that "We hope to form a successful partnership with all concerned parties which will be mutually beneficial - bring on the Final". Mike & Tom are seen presenting the ball for the Macron Cup Final to League Chairman Keith Firminger at yesterday's semi finals.

Safety First for League

The Blades Super Draw League provided a an Emergency First Aid course for its clubs to improve safety for its players.

The three hour course, organised through the County FA and run by Russell Whiteley, provided attendees with the techniques to identify if someone is in a potential live threatening situation and the basics to administer First Aid until emergency services arrive.

Pictured is Lisano Giants Newman Conneh practising heart massage (and no, it's not the League Chairman he's practising on!!!)

This Emergency First Aid Course covered Basic Life Support, Dealing with an Unconscious Casualty & the Recovery Position

Further courses available cover pitch side assessment of injuries, diagnosing and basic treatments, dealing with head / facial injuries, strains and sprains, basic medical conditions and basic anatomy.

Anyone wanting more detail about First Aid, Medical and Medical Support Courses available through the Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA should contact Russell Whiteley on 0780 868 4135 or via email to russell.whiteley1@tesco.net


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