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Sunday Under 11's (Sheffield & District)...

Manager: Jez Fox 07875 841327
Assistant Manager: Daryl Smedley
Match Arranger: Simon Lowe 01246 281681 - 07533 477804
Ground: Stand Road Park
League: Sheffield and District Junior Sunday League Division E

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u11 Squad

Aron Brown Connor Dolman Luke Fox Ruski Henderson
Alex Ambler Jack Lowe Mikey Higginbottom Sam Bramley
Callen Heywood Josh Graham Nathan Hamer Zac Cantrill
Callum Shepard Josh Ward Reece Bonser

Fixtures & Results 2010/11

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5 Sept A Treeton Terriors W 12-0 Callum 4, Luke 3, Callen 2, Zac, Connor & Josh  
19 Sept H Nethergreen
Cup Preliminary Round
W 8-2 Connor 2, Luke 2, Callum, Zac, Josh, Mikey  
26 Sept H Langold Juniors W 2-1 Josh, Mikey

10 Oct A Brampton Dynamos D 1-1 Zac

17 Oct A Stocksbridge Park Steelers
Cup First Round
L 1-5 Josh  
31 Oct H Sheffield Six's L 3-7 Callen

7 Nov A Woodman L 2-3 Josh, Luke

14 Nov A Kiveton Park W 6-1 Callum 3, Callen 2, Michael

21 Nov H Junior Tykes L 2-5 Josh 2

2 Jan A Langold Juniors L 2-4 Callen, Josh
16 Jan H Brampton Dynamos D 3-3 Callen 2, Luke  
23 Jan A Junior Tykes L 1-3 Callen  
30 Jan A Sheffield Six's L 1-5 Josh  
6 Feb H Woodman L 1-3 Zac  
13 Feb H Kiveton Park W 8-3 Callum 2, Luke 2, Josh W 2, Callen, Josh G  
20 Feb A Hoyland Common Falcons D 2-2 Callen, Callum  
27 Feb A Clowne Comets W 5-4 Callen 3, Luke 2  
6 Mar H Greasbrough FC W 6-1 Josh W 4, Reece, Zac  
13 Mar H Hoyland Common Falcons L 4-5 Josh G 2, Zac, Josh W  
20 Mar H Treeton Terriors W 5-0 Callen 2, Josh G 2, Zac  
27 Mar H Clowne Comets L 3-5 Callen, Callum, Josh W  
3 Apr A Greasbrough FC W 4-2 Josh W, Luke, Reece, Callen  


Josh W 18 Josh G


Callen 18 Connor 3
Callum 12 Mikey 2
Luke 12 Reece 2
Zac 7 Michael 1

Match Reports

20 Feb A Hoyland Common Falcons D 2-2 Callen, Callum
13 players and parents made the lengthy journey to a desperately cold Barnsley. Falcons management had worked tirelessly to ensure that the game could go ahead on a pitch that, 24 hours earlier, had been snow-covered. A great job they'd done too as the playing surface was very good for this time of year. After a quick switch around of footware (one player had forgotten his boots, not naming anyone Master Brown!!) the handshake and reg card read out we were away.
The game started at a cracking pace with Chesterfield pushing forward and the Falcons defending valiantly. It was nip and tuck for 20 minutes with both teams defending well, the back four of Aaron, Jack, Sam and Reece were holding the line well and looked like a fine unit under the command of a very vocal Sam and the imposing Ruski in goal, who looks every bit the Colombian goalkeeper with his dazzling runs halfway up the pitch!
We continued to push and after a succession of corners we finally broke the deadlock, Josh curled a beautifully weighted corner kick into the mixer, a bit of a scrambled ensued, before Callen poked home with his knee/chest/stomach, they all count. Zac, Mikey, Josh and Josh continued to battle hard in the middle while Callum (Crouchey) and Luke made nuisances of themselves up front. Halftime came and we were worthy of the lead.
Surely this one was in the bag, we'd played well and never really looked in trouble, however by this time Aaron's makeshift boots had begun to rub, he needed to rest his feet. Nathan was pushed into defence, the ultimate utility man and a keeper by trade. Falcons had clearly been inspired at half time and came out of the traps like a horde of Ballyreagan Bobs. They were pushing hard and keeping it tight at the back. Ten minutes in the inevitible happened, a half clearance was latched onto by their frontman and slotted home, one apeice. Too many times this season we've led only to be pegged back then ultimately outdone. It looked like a case of same old same old as the Falcons scored again a few minutes later to take the lead. It would be different today though, chins stayed up and the work rate followed. We were now pushing again, ten to go, the defence solidified and the midfield scrapped for every ball, Luke and Callum were still working hard up top and the reward came, good work on the left saw the ball into Falcons 6-yard box, they failed to clear and Crouchey was onto it, like his namesake, to slot home, 2-2. The battle continued but neither side could find a winner.
The draw was the right result in fairness, the pace of the match had left spectators breathless and all players from both teams can be proud of the show that they put on today.
The Falcon's fans were great and the management should be praised for their team's fine spirit and the effort put in to get a playable surface on which a fabulous game of football was played, Arsenal, Barcelona who are they?
30 Jan A Sheffield Six's L 1-5 Josh
We travelled to Sheffield Sixes today. We were almost at full strength with all but one player making the trip. The lads started really well going one up within the first five minutes, thanks to a speculative Josh Graham poke that caught their keeper out. We were solid in defence and strong in midfield, until five minutes from the end of the first half that is, when we conceded twice in quick succession. A betting man would have still backed us at the break, but it wasn't to be, sixes scored three more in the second half, we hit woodwork and missed by inches but to be fair the top side in the league deserved the win. The game was played in fine spirit and despite the loss was a joy to watch. All in all good teams, lovely supporters and a decent ref, can't ask for much more than that.
16 Jan H Brampton Dynamos D 3-3 Callen 2, Luke
Hindered by injury and illness we were down to the bare bones today, just 11 players were available and we had to play with a makeshift back four. Despite this we started like train and raced into a half time lead o 3-1, thanks to 2 goals from Callen and one from Luke. After the break, and to their credit, Brampton really dug in and levelled up with 10 minutes to go. The last 10 was end to end stuff with narrow misses aplenty at each end. We managed to hang on to a point, although there were some very tired legs at the end. The game was contested in good spirit and both teams were a credit to the sport. All in all a fair result and a great advert for grassroots footy.
7 Nov A Woodman L 2-3 Josh, Luke

We absolutely dominated the first half and despite missing a penalty and hitting woodwork on two occasions went into the break 2 nil up. Unfortunately we were down to bare bones with only eleven players available today and tiredness began to take its toll halfway through the second half. A couple of injuries left uswith nine men on the pitch at one stage and inevitably we succombed to sustained pressure. A bitter pill to swallow after playing so well.