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21 APR – SUNDAY TROPHY FINAL – Boynton Sports lift the Sunday Trophy – Lee Jordan (on the left of the picture right with his brother Ben and the trophy) netted twice as Boynton Sports beat Barnsley’s AFC Pogmoor 4-1 in the Sunday Trophy Final at Rossington Main to win the trophy for the first time. Boynton started on the front foot and they were awarded a penalty when Richie Atkins (pictured left) was brought down by the keeper in the area. Despite the keeper saving Jack Bennet’s spot kick, Bennet followed up to hammer the loose ball home. Their lead was doubled before half-time when Atkins broke clear before beating the keeper.

After the break Pogmoor pulled one back following a scramble in the area and they pressed for an equaliser. Boynton regained their composure though and were soon back on top and only some good saves by the Pogmoor keeper kept his side in the game. A third goal did come though when a corner was met at the near post by Lee Jordan and his header lew over everyone into the far corner. A fourth soon followed when Boynton were awarded a second penalty. This time Lee Jordan stepped up and although the keeper again saved the spot kick, Jordan followed up to put the rebound into the net. At the end of the game, County FA Chairman Brian Coddington presented Boynton with their medals and trophy. See pictures from the game below:


21 APR – CBC PREMIER – Woodman are down, but Eckington ruin the new champions record New Champions Chapeltown RBL fell to their first away league defeat of the season as Eckington eased their relegation fears with a 2-1 victory over them. Eckington took the lead when a good ball across the box was sidefooted home by Joel Cousins and it was doubled before half-time when Joe Renshaw closed the keeper down and took the ball off him before scoring. RBL did their best to keep their unbeated record and pulled one back through Micky Vella, but Eckington held on to the vital three points.

Eckington’s win also confirmed that Woodman Intake will finish in the bottom three along with FC Inter who slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Stannington Village. Luca DeFalco goals before and after half-time gave Stannington a two goal lead and an own goal made it three before Russ Westby netted Inter’s consolation.

Sheffield Sixs now look vulnerable after they completed their season with a 5-3 defeat against the team just below them, Oughtibridge WM. Oughtibridge led 3-0 at the break, but Sixs hit back after the break with goals from Harry Buxton, a Luke Allison penalty after Buxton had been fouled, and a Joel Elms strike made it 3-3, but Oughtibridge hit back with two late goals to win it to improve their chances of escaping the drop. Scorers for Oughtibridge were Simon Duckworth, Connor Platts 2, Adam Thomas and Josh Hunnam. If Oughtibridge gain four points from their last four games they will almost certainly climb out of the bottom three and put Sixs there instead.

21 APR – DIVISION 1 – Dronfield’s title hopes lifted at Crookes, Sheaf gain a vital win – AFC Dronfield are certain of a top two finish after beating WH Crookes 5-1. First half goals from Mark Ashley and Tyrone Gunter gave Dronfield a two goal lead at half-time. A second half brace from skipper Joe Taylor and another from Ashley wrapped up the three points. Harvey Allatt netted Crookes’ consolation.

Early goals from Mason Hunt and Danny Vigrass saw Jubilee Rangers keep their promotion challenge going with a 2-0 victory at Mosborough Reds. Sheaf House gave themselves a lifeline at the foot of the table with a 4-2 victory over a Southey Social side now just a point above them. An own goal and one each from Lestyn Jones and Roenan Fallon gave Sheaf a 3-1 lead at half-time, with Josh Redfearn netting their second half goal. Carlton Carty and Brad Jones netted for Southey.

21 APR – DIVISION 2 – Cueball look set for the title – Cueball look set to take the Division 2 title after their 4-1 win at Winter Green saw them go back to the top of the table. Cueball’s goals came from a Farrell Cawthorne double and one each for Jack Challoner and Matt Herrington, with Winter Green’s consolation coming from Ashley Unwin. Cueball will take the title if they win at Chapeltown in midweek, or their final game at Royal Oak (Dronfield). Cotts FC continued their impressive away form with a 4-2 victory at Norton Oaks. Cotts were winning 3-0 at half-time Andrew Swift Ryan Simmonite and Chris Salt winning 3-0 at the interval, but second half goals from Jack Higgins and a Tom Blacksell penalty put Oaks right back into it until Harry Shaw settled Cotts’ nerves.

18 APR – CBC PREMIER – Chapeltown RBL take the title for the first time Chapeltown RBL beat Joker Wickersley Youth CC to confirm their first ever League title - a deserved reward for all the hard work Dave Adams and Adam Todd have put into the team. After winning the Division 2 and Division 1 titles in the previous two seasons, Chapeltown RBL clinched their third title on the trot sweeping Joker Wickersley aside 5-1. Elliott Simpson opened the scoring after 8 minutes with a trademark free kick. Man of the match Niall Smith doubled the lead when Jed Phillips found him on the half way line, and following a marauding run he coolly slotted home on 20 minutes. 3 minutes later Jay Carter made it 3 with a left foot finish, after good work by Luis Afonso-Ferreira. Early in the second half Joker were awarded a penalty for holding, which was well dispatched by Matthew Langley. Top scorer Jed Phillips regained RBL's three goal lead with a calm finish, and when Mikey Vella found Morgan Cowell on the edge of the box, he fired home to make it 5-1 on 85 minutes to seal the title in style. Chapeltown are pictured right with the trophy.

Eckington BFC put themselves a point further away from the bottom three with a draw at Stannington Village. Eckington took the lead with a Tom Gambles penalty, but it was cancelled out when a Jon Wall cross was sliiced into his own net by an Eckington defender. Stannington then took the lead when a Luca DeFalco shot was parried by the keeper, but Shaun Flynn was on hand to put home the rebound. It was then Eckington's turn to level when Pat Stothard netted, but Stannington looked to have won it when Flynn put Wall through to score. Eckington claimed their point in the final minute with a Brad Spencer strike and that point also confirms that FC Inter will finish in the bottom three and baring a miracle in the change of goal difference it also means that Woodman Intake will also finish in the bottom three.

18 APR – DIVISION 1 – Jubilee win at Sheaf to maintain their challenge and Lions climb over Reds – Jubilee Rangers collected three points as goals from Josh Jackson, an own goal, Adam Darton and Harry Webster-Dunkerley gave them a 4-0 at Sheaf House to maintain their challenge. Doubles from Dan Beech and Max Howard saw Mosborough Lions win the Mosborough deby against the Reds 4-0 to climb above them and out of the bottom two.

18 APR – DIVISION 2 – Chapeltown FC win at Steel City Dons – Chapeltown FC, with goals from Max Chester, Danny Smith and two own goals, gained their third away win of the season, 4-1 at Steel City Dons and climb a place in the league. Dons replied with a goal from Sylvester Ndoora.

17 APR – Boynton Sports in the Sunday Trophy Final this coming Sunday, 21 April, 11am kick-off – Boynton Sports are in the County FA Sunday Trophy Final next Sunday 21 April at Rossington Main, kick-off at 11am, where they will face Barnsley Division 1 leaders AFC Pogmoor.

14 APR – CBC PREMIER – Chapeltown held by Woodman, but Earl keep up the chase – Leaders Chapeltown RBL are still one win away from their first League title after they were held to a goalless draw by struggling Woodman Intake. It was no mean feat by Woodman as they became the first team this season to stop the leaders from scoring in the league.

Royal Earl kept themselves in the title race with a 3-1 victory at another struggler, Oughtibridge WM. Simon Duckworth gave Oughtibridge anearly lead, but goals from Alex Rippon and Matt Morton had Earl in front by half-time. A tight second half saw just one further goal from Earl's Jacob Priestnall.

Eckington remain only just above the drop zone after their 2-1 defeat at Joker Wickersley Youth CC. Eckington hit a post in the first half and a scramble in the goalmouth almost brought an opener for Joker. The second half saw Joker open the scoring when Jordan Thomas was denied by the keeper, but Ben Thornton pounced on the rebound to score. Eckington hit back and levelled the scores with a Pat Stothard strike and only the woodwork twice stopped them taking the lead. It was Joker that won it though when Jacob Pearson found Owen Kelly down the line before moving into the area to meet Kelly’s cross to score.

Sheffield Sixs remain in the relegation mix after their narrow 1-0 defeat at Stannington Village thanks to a Shaun Flynn strike for Stannington.

14 APR – DIVISION 1 – The title race still open as Dronfield and Boynton two draw – The title race still open after the leaders AFC Dronfield drew 2-2 at third place Boynton Sports. Jake Bonnett and Marc Peacock strikes for Boynton were cancelled out by two Mark Ashley strikes in the second half. It was good preparation for Boynton as they attempt to win the Sunday Trophy Final against AFC Pogmoor at Rossington Main next Sunday 21 April, 11am kick-off

WH Crookes came from behind to win 3-2 at Mosborough Reds. Ollie McQuillin gave Crookes the lead, but when Gaz Coddington was brought down in the area, Ash Hotchin stepped up to equalise from the spot. It soon go worse for Crookes when Tom Rowbotham put through his own goal to give Reds a half-time lead. After the break a Rhema Obed strike levelled the scores, before a real screamer for McQuillin’s second won it for Crookes.

Although Mosborough Lions got a point from a 3-3 draw with Southey Social, their situation looks precarious. Harry Wareham gave Lions a half-time lead with a good strike after a quick break, but Southey soon levelled after the break when Carlton Carty rounded the keeper to score. Lions went back in front when a cross was pulled back to Max Howard and he scored from the edge of the area. Carty then got his second with a free-kick to level again and Southey then took the lead when Roan Heeley fired into the bottom corner. Lions plugged away though and when a long throw fell to him, Billy Gillett hit their equaliser to earn them a point.

14 APR – DIVISION 2 – Brunsmeer are up – Charlie Clark and Taylor Askham doubles helped Brunsmeer AJW to the 6-0 victory at Norton Oaks that seals their promotion at the first attempt. Brad Rains and Harry Groombridge netted the others and even a point in their final game will see them finish no lower than second.





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