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FRANK'S REPORT 16/01/17 16 Jan, 2017

Formby Junior Sports Club Under 13 Blacks moved to the top of the Championship Division due to an impressive away 8-2 win at Hesketh Colts. Will Neave scored a hat trick, Tait Sheridan added two goals and there were also goals from Dylan Sudlow and Tony Burke. Man of the match for his excellent range of passing was Carlos Swain-Velasco.

Top three positions

FJSC U 13 Blacks Played 4 - 12 points

S’port Trinity Blue Played 6 - 11 points

Phoenix FC Played 5 - 10 points

Two goals from Max Sumner proved just enough for FJSC Under 15’s to gain a very good 2-1 away victory at title challengers Birkdale R. Dan Hughes was voted man of the match.

Top three positions

FJSC U15 Played 12 - 32 points

Brick Juniors Played 11 - 27 points

S’port Trinity Played 10 - 25 points

FJSC Under 14 Blacks remain three points clear at the top of the Championship Division after winning their match with Redgate Rovers Green. Amongst the goals were man of the match Calllum Richmond, Michael Hughes, Max Cowen-Carr, Thomas Marsh, Bryn Macy and Sam Kendrick.

Top three positions

FJSC U14 Blacks Played 14 - 40 points

S’port Trinity White Played 14 - 37 points

S’port and Ainsdale Played 13 - 27 points

In the other older boys matches FJSC Under 13 Whites lost 3-1 to Southport Trinity White in the Premier Division and slip down to third place. FJSC Under 12 Whites gained a 5 nil win over Redgate Rovers Green. There was a hard fought 3-2 win for FJSC Under 18 Whites in the match with Birkdale United, whilst in the same division FJSC Under 18’s lost to unbeaten Churchtown Athletic.

FJSC Under 12 Blacks played a friendly with Hesketh Colts Blue and won 6-2 with goals from Dan King, Andrew Kimmance and Kyle Phillips. Goalkeeper Luke Phillips made a number of very good saves and was man of the match.

In the younger age groups FJSC Under 11 Blacks played well against Crosby Stuart with Jacob Lewis and Tom Rimmer scoring. Goalkeeper Taylor Twntyman had another good game and Callum Williams and Henry Leason were solid in defence. Harry Knowles delivered a number of dangerous corner kicks. Alex Gunn was man of the match for his timely tackles and excellent passing out of defence.

FJSC Under 10 Blacks’ passing and moving was a joy to watch as the team continues to show much improvement. On the scoresheet in the match against Jaguars were Reuben Dowling, Dylan Riley and man of the match Jack Yarwood.

There was a thrilling match between FJSC Under 9’s and Redgate Rovers Green. Josh Kenn, Lewis Parker, Corey Ashworth and Jamie Simpson all scored in a result not to be decided until the last five minutes. Christian Mather played well in defence and Nathan Cousens worked tirelessly in midfield. Corey Ashworth was man of the match in one of the best team performances of the season.

FJSC Under 8 Whites and opponents Southport Trinity treated the enthusiastic spectators to an end-to-end action packed match with plenty of goals. Scoring for the Whites were Ivan Weights, Alfie Griffiths, Finlay Hunter, Joe Hughes, Dilan Sathiyanathan and Connor Daulby. Goalkeeper Charlie Nuttie was man of the match.

FJSC Under 7 Whites played well against Burscough Dynamo Yellow. Scoring the goals were man of the match Jamie Jawook, Rohan Maker and Jacob Lynch. FJSC Under 7 Blacks adapted well to a very heavy pitch at Burscough Green. Max McBride, Lewis Forsyth and man of the match Archie Beckett scored.


FJSC Under 14’s entertained league leaders Burnley in the only girls’ match played during the weekend. Lily Hamilton gave FJSC an early lead with a left foot shot. Burnley quickly equalised.

The Under 14’s continued to play with great confidence and took the lead again when Lily Hamilton outpaced the Burnley defence to score another excellent goal. Burnley applied a lot of pressure on the FJSC defence. Goalkeeper Rachel Robinson made a great save and from her next long goal kick striker Lily Hamilton again clinically finished to give FJSC a 3-1 lead and a fine hat trick.

The FJSC defence of Sammy Godsall, Erin Smith, Abby Hobbs and Freya Walsh held firm. Holly Pearson was also very prominent. Lucy Robins worked hard up and down the pitch and Ella Lawson supported well in attack. All was going so well until an unfortunate injury to goalkeeper Rachel Robinson, who was unable to continue, changed the outcome of the match.

Burnley took their chances as a reorganised FJSC Under 14’s tried so hard to hold onto their lead. Four Burnley goals in the closing minutes were scored to give the leaders a 5-3 win. The entire FJSC team can be proud of their efforts. The girl of the game was Josie McIver.

All the fixtures in the Hightown Girls’ League involving nine FJSC teams were postponed on Sunday due to heavy overnight rain. FJSC Under 17’s and FJSC Under 15’s in the West Lancs League had no fixtures.


FJSC’s Inter Club Section commenced again after the Christmas and New Year break last Saturday morning. Early morning rain caused a reduced number of children attending at nine o’clock and more rain towards 11am saw an unusually reduced number of girls arriving for football. The Years Four/Five and Years Six/Seven divisions were very well attended at 10am.


RECEPTION - Charlie Crooks and Donovan Gibbs.

YEAR ONE - Anthony Hargreaves, Harry Nelson and Sebastian Wood.

YEAR TWO - Charlie Ainsworth, Archie Beckett, Jack Finnegan, Lewis Forsyth, Ryan Kennedy, Jacob Lynch, Dylan Madeley, Rohan Maker, Max McBride and Eddy Vos.

YEAR THREE – Alfie Griffiths, Daniel Mortimer, Koray Murray-Cakar, Lucas Rawlins and James Savage.

YEARS FOUR/FIVE – Corey Ashworth, Gabe Bellemey, Jake Bellemey, Harry Corbett, Alex Farrell, Oscar Fletcher, Will Greenwood, Dominic Hamilton, Jacob Heaney, Charlie Johnson, Josh Kenn, , Lucas Lloyd, Ben Murphy, Sam Mycek, Lewis Parker, Dylan Riley, Taylor Scanlan, Jake Stanton, Euan Turner, George Turner and Jack Yarwood.

YEARS SIX/SEVEN – Matteo Heaney, Bobby Hersey, Luke Honour, Aiden Kealy, Daniel King, Harry Knowles, Jake McNeight, Ivalin Melyov, Sam Oxlade, Ellis Parry, Tom Rimmer, Fin Ritchie, Jake Ritchie, Jack Rummens, Toby Taylor, Anthony Webb, Arthur Weights and Tyler Winder.


YEARS THREE/FOUR/FIVE – Megan Hulse, Eva Meredith, Grace Rooney, Isabella Shaw, Ellie Todino and Katelyn Vos.

YEARS SIX/SEVEN – Hannah Allmark, Emily Ball, Sophie Bennett, Yasmin Godsall, Lily Hall, Lauren Holden, Ava Lewis, Isabella Plows, Eva Sears, Jasmin Stevens and Aalijah Turner.


All Inter Club matches will kick off at the usual times at Deansgate Lane.

Due to the unavailability of some of our coaches this weekend there will be no coaching for Reception, Year 1 boys and the girls in Year 1,2,4,5 and 9.

The Reception and Year One boys will play longer football matches instead starting at 9am.



FJSC membership for the season has now reached 492.

New members subscriptions will now be half price.



Leopards 7 Ravens 5

Kingfishers 4 Lions 3


Tigers 6 Jaguars 1

Panthers 3 Pumas 1


United 7 Wanderers 2

Hotspurs 5 Argyle 6

Rangers 6 Albion 6


Red Squirrel Rangers 4 Pinewood Athletic 5

Freshfield Grasshoppers 7 Cross Green United 10

Freshfield Colts 7 Sandune Rovers 6


Stingrays 6 Sharks 10

Dolphins 4 Seahawks 5

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