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10 OCT – SUNDAY SENIOR CUP – Revenge is sweet for Stannington, but Joker go out – Shaun Flynn (pictured right) set Stannington Village on their way to gain revenge for the previous weekend’s League Cup defeat at Civil Sports by knocking Civil out of the Sunday Senior Cup 3-1. Civil took a half-time lead when Jordan Turner smashed one straight through the keeper into the net. Stannington equalised when Jon Wall found Shaun Flynn who twisted and turned before chipping the keeper into the far corner. Lee Johnstone fired in from 20 yards off underside of the bar to put Stannington ahead the victory was completed midway through second half when Jack Haslam was bought down in the area and Charlie Hobson scored the resulting penalty.

The other all-Blades Super Draw League tie saw Oughtibridge WM squeeze past Red Lion 2-1. Oughtibridge took a first half lead with an own goal and they doubled it after the break when Matt Harrison controlled the ball on the half way line and lobbed the keeper. Lion pulled one back when Liam Simpson hit a rocket into the top corner, but they couldn’t force an equaliser.

Pete Smith and Andy Parkin both scored twice as Crookes went through 4-3 at home to AFC Trades. Parkin gave Crookes the lead only for Trades to level before the break. Trades then took the lead, but Crookes drew level with Smith’s first and Smith struck again to put Crookes back in front. Parkin extended their lead before Trades scored their third, but Crookes held on to go through.

Man of the match Sam Smith hit a hat-trick as Royal Earl progressed with a comfortable 6-2 victory at Woodfield Squash Black. Woodfield squash black 2 Royal Earl 6. Tough game on a tough pitch. Reece Cahill, Joe Pearson and Theo Wilson netted Earl’s others.

Adam Asquith (pictured left) also hit three in Wadsley Bridge Pheasant’s 10-3 win at Longley Ravens. Ravens started brightly and missed two great chances to take lead, but Joe Slater's neat finish and a Harry Holland strike drive gave Pheasant a two goal lead. Ravens pulled one back, but Asquith’s first made it 3-1 at the break. Carlton Carty added Pheasant’s fourth and Asquith netted his second after Ravens had pulled another back. Ravens struck again, but Kane Doughty hit Pheasant’s sixth before Asquith completed his hat-trick. Holland netted his second before Danny Reet and George Rudd strikes completed the scoring.

Aaron Moxam scored twice as Handsworth Everest Inn came from behind to win their local derby 3-1 at Handsworth Inn. The hosts took an early lead, but Everest drew level when Perry Jackson was fouled in the box and he picked himself up to send the keeper the wrong way from the resulting penalty. Everest took a half-time lead when Sam Marsden crossed for Moxam to side-foot home. After the break Everest continued to dominate and David Haggerty hit the crossbar before Moxam scored from close range to make the tie safe.

The day’s big shock though saw Joker Wickersley Youth’s three time grip on the trophy end as they were beaten at Brinsworth DC The hosts took a half-time lead and extended it twice before Ben Thornton netted Joker’s consolation.

AFC Dronfield also went out 5-3 at home to Dog Daisy United. Despite a Tim Pitt goal Dronfield were 3-1 down at the break, but Dronfield hit back with a 35 yarder from Jim Cottingham and levelled through Luke Wilson. Dronfield almost took the lead when they hit the bar, but Dog Daisy were then awarded a penalty before they sealed victory with a long range strike.

10 OCT – DIVISION 1 – Read treble helps Inter go clear at the top – A Sam Read (pictured right) treble helped FC Inter to victory at Wadsley Jack Athletic to go five points clear at the top of Division One and give manager Mark Cooper the perfect 60th birthday present. Rob Sturman and Adam Justice hit Inter’s others making Ross Lamkin’s double for Wadsley just consolations

Dan Commander (pictured left) struck twice as Brinsworth Phoenix moved up to third with a 4-3 victory at promotion rivals Cotts. After Callum Shaw had given Cotts the lead, Commander levelled with a spectacular overhead kick. Commander then put Phoenix ahead with a shot that hit both posts before crossing the line, but Shaw netted two more to give Cotts the lead. Phoenix levelled again when skipper Brad Rhodes went on a mazy run before lobbing the keeper from a tight angle and their winner came from their goal machine Jack Hawkes when he received the ball from Joe Statham to beat two defenders before slotting it past the keeper

Sheffield Sixers moved up to fifth with a 6-1 victory at Southey Social. Danny Barnsley gave them an early lead only for it to be cancelled out by an own goal. Liam Davies volleyed Sixers back in front and he extended their lead before half-time with a penalty. Connor McMain added their fourth before Brad Nicholson curled home a beauty from the edge of the box. The goal of the game was that last one though when Nicholson got his second from just inside the opposition half with a volley over the keeper to cap a great debut.

10 OCT – DIVISION 2 – Cowell lifts legion to stop the Reds – Mosborough Reds missed the chance to go top of Division Two when they were beaten 3-1 at home by a Chapeltown RBL helped by two goals from Morgan Cowell (pictured right). Chapeltown were quick out of the blocks and took the lead when Niall Smith crossed for Joe Moorhouse to nod across for Cowell to fire home. Legion were two up after just five minutes when Moorhouse beat his marker and pulled back to Adam Todd on the edge of the box and he found the top corner with a first time finish.

Mosborough reduced the arrears when Oliver Tupling found James Arrand to produce a sharp finish in the bottom corner, but RBL upped the pace again with Ash Gray and Harley Wilson getting on the ball in midfield. They restored their two goal lead when Jacob Walkland found Todd in space and although his shot was parried, it was poked home by Cowell for his second before half time. The second half was a competitive half with defences on top, in a game well refereed by Ross Steele.

Jacob Rickards also scored twice as Water Tower won at Renegade, and Shakey and Beighton Magpies fought out a thrilling draw. Tower started fast on a tough pitch and went ahead when Olly Beaumont latched onto a through ball from full back Jack Charlesworth before lobbing the keeper. Renegade levelled through Christian Dunning’s bullet header from a corner, but Tower went back in front before half-time when Rickards linked up well with Beaumount before firing past the keeper. After the break Rickards doubled his tally when he poked home a Sam Reed cross. Sub Sam Mumford first touch was to smash a volley past the keeper, making Mikey Vella’s goal for Renegade just a consolation.

Shakey and Beighton Magpies, drew 2-2 in an excellent entertaining game Shakey took the lead from a Liam Moorhouse corner that somehow found its way into the Magpies net, but Magpies responded with a well worked team goal finished off by Liam Milne. More of the same came in the second half with Shakey once again taking the lead with a Steve Dickinson strike, but Magpies grabbed a deserved share of the points when Dale Featherstone chested the ball down before ghosting past two defenders to put it in the bottom corner.



17 October

It’s Round 2 of the Sunday Junior Cup this weekend when sixteen of our clubs will be trying to make progress. Seven of them are at home and nine are away. Boynton Sports entertain Doncaster Division 1 side Carcraft Village and Wadsley Jack Athletic also host a Doncaster side in Eden Arms. Chapeltown RBL is one of three clubs travelling to Rotherham where they face Bradgate. Sheffield South face RUSC85 Travellers and Jubilee Rangers travel to Thurcroft. New Bohemians go to Mexborough’s Cross Keys Wath and Renegade go to Barnsley where they face Thurlstone. Brinsworth Phoenix entertain Imperial’s Red Lion Grenoside and Sheaf House entertain another Imperial side in Chapeltown FC. Sheffield Sixers are away at another Imperial side, Moorview Rangers and Mosborough Reds are at another Imperial side in Swalownest Juniors Development. Beighton Magpies travel to another Swallownest side in Swallownest United from the Meadowhall U21 League. All will be trying to join Colley, Cotts, FC Inter and Brinsworth Whitehill who are all already through to Round 3 after their opponents withdrew.

In the League the CBC Premier leaders Norton Sportsman will be favourites to stay on top after their ‘Norton’ derby with Norton Oaks, but the game of the day sees third place Oughtibridge WM visit fourth place Joker Wickersley Youth. The other three CBC Premier games all look set to be very tight. Civil Sports will be hoping that visitors Crookes FC’s defence are still in a generous mood. Handsworth Everest Inn are certain to give their visitors Royal Earl a hard time and the final game will see AFC Dronfield hoping to gain revenge for their recent League Cup defeat by Wadsley Bridge Pheasant.

Division Two’s only game will see Red Lion trying to get their promotion bid going with victory at Shakey.


17-Oct SUN JUN CUP Boynton Sports v Carcroft Village; Bradgate v Chapeltown RBL; Brinsworth Phoenix v Red Lion Grenoside; Cotts FC v West Green AFC; Cross Keys Wath v New Bohemians; Moorview Rangers FC v Sheffield Sixs; RUSC85 The Travellers v Sheffield South; Sheaf House v Chapeltown FC; Swallownest Juniors Dvlpmnt v Mosborough Reds; Swallownest United v Beighton Magpies; Thurcroft FC v Jubilee Rangers U21; Thurlstone FC v Renegade Football; Wadsley Jack Athletic v Eden Arms CBC PREMIER AFC Dronfield v WB Pheasant; Civil Sports v Crookes FC; Handsworth Everest Inn v Royal Earl; Joker Wickersley Youth v Oughtibridge WM; Norton Sportsman v Norton Oaks DIVISION 2 Shakey v Red Lion

24-Oct CBC PREMIER Crookes FC v Joker Wickersley Youth; Norton Oaks v AFC Dronfield; Oughtibridge WM v Norton Sportsman; Royal Earl v Stannington Village; WB Pheasant v Handsworth Everest Inn DIVISION 1 Cotts FC v Intake Old Boys; New Bohemians v Colley; Sheffield Sixers v Brinsworth Phoenix; Sheffield South v Boynton Sports; Wadsley Jack Athletic v Eckington BFC   DIVISION 2 Brinsworth Whitehill v Shakey; Chapeltown RBL v Jubilee Rangers; Red Lion v Water Tower

31-Oct TWENTYTWO LEAGUE CUP Brinsworth Phoenix v New Bohemians CBC PREMIER AFC Dronfield v Oughtibridge WM; Civil Sports v Royal Earl; Handsworth Everest Inn v Norton Oaks; Norton Sportsman v Crookes FC; Stannington Village v WB Pheasant DIVISION 1 Boynton Sports v Cotts FC; Colley v Southey Social; Eckington BFC v Sheffield Sixers; FC Inter v Wadsley Jack Athletic; Intake Old Boys v Sheffield South DIVISION 2 Jubilee Rangers v Beighton Magpies; Renegade v Brinsworth Whitehill; Shakey v Mosborough Reds; Sheaf House v Red Lion; Water Tower v Chapeltown RBL


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