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Franks Report 6th March

FRANK'S REPORT 06/03/17 6 Mar, 2017

Muddy pitches last Saturday and torrential rain on Sunday caused many Formby Junior Sports Club matches to be cancelled much to the disappointment of many club members.

There was no Inter Club football at Deansgate Lane but a switch to Hugh McAuley’s 3G pitches at Formby Play Sport made it possible for half of the Inter Club Section to have a match last Saturday.

The one hundred and thirty children invited to attend were almost in full attendance. It was goals galore as two hundred and forty-five goals were scored by seventy-three different scorers. Eleven matches were played at an average of twenty-two goals per game.

If the same situation arises again, the 3G arrangements will be offered to the children who missed out on this occasion. This is subject to the pitches being available. Now we are officially in the season of spring hopefully this might not happen again and we have a clear run of “football on grass Saturdays” until the end of the season.

Three out of the five divisions started their cup matches whilst the other two group matches were counted as friendlies. In the Boys’ Super League Division Four there were wins for Ravens and Kingfishers. Albion, Rangers and United were victorious in the Boys’ Super League Division Two. The Girls’ Super League Division Two also played their Round One matches with Seahawks and Sharks both off to a good start with wins. The Division Three results in both the boys and the girls groups were friendlies.

INTER CLUB SCORERS

BOYS

YEAR TWO – Charlie Ainsworth, Archie Beckett, George Dent, Jack Finnegan, Jamie Jawook, Ryan Kennedy, Danny Lea, Jacob Lynch, Dylan Madeley, Dominic Maxwell, Max McBride and Eddy Vos.

YEAR THREE – Tom Blundell, Joe Cooper, Connor Daulby, Micky Denison, Thomas Dent, Alfie Griffiths, Joe Hughes, Finlay Hunter, Luke Lewis, Liam Kirk, Daniel Mortimer, Dilan Sathiyanathan, Jake Verinder and Zachary Williams.

YEAR FOUR/FIVE – Corey Ainsworth, Dominic Baines, Jake Bellemey, Harry Corbett, Reuban Dowling, Oscar Fletcher, Dominic Hamilton, Jacob Heaney, James Hughes, Oliver Jenkins, Ioannis Kardoulias, Josh Kenn, Charlie Lynch, Oliver Mercer, Jonah Moxon, Ben Murphy, Sam Mycek, Lewis Parker, Dylan Riley, Oliver Shaw, Jamie Simpson, Jake Stanton, George Turner and Jack Yarwood.

GIRLS

YEAR THREE/FOUR/FIVE – Lauren Boardman, Isabelle Conway, Megan Hulse, Paige Leather, Mila Lukic, Millie Martin, Isla Ryan, Isabella Shaw, Edie Steel, Ellie Todino and Katelyn Vos.

YEAR SIX/SEVEN – Maisie Cox, Brooke Denison, Erin Denison, Yasmin Godsall, Lily Hall, Lauren Holden, Ruby Houghton, Yasmin Jones, Jess Lynch, Bella Plows, Martha Steel and Jasmin Stevens.

FIFTY GOALS FOR THE SEASON

It was a special day for three Inter Club footballers as Ellie Todino, Katelyn Vos and Max McBride all reached the half-century of goals target last Saturday.

AFTER ROUND ONE CUP MATCHES

BSL Division Four – Kingfishers 3pts, Ravens 3pts, Lions 1pt, Leopards 1pt.

BSL Division Two – Albion 3pts, Rangers 3pts, United 3pts, Wanderers 1pt, Argyle 1pt, Hotspurs 1pt.

GSL Division Two – Seahawks 3pts, Sharks 3pts, Stingrays 1pt, Dolphins 1pt.

BOYS’ REPRESENTATIVE TEAM MATCHES

Only three matches were played.

FJSC Under 15’s played away in an important league match at Birkdale SAC. Four boys were unavailable including the goalkeeper but the depleted team showed a lot of determination to draw 4-4 after trailing in this exciting match.

Owen Highton scored twice. Also on target with one goal each were Oliver Morton and Harvey Nevin. Man of the match was Daniel Hughes. FJSC Under 15’s remain top of the league.

It was a top of the table clash in the Under 12 Championship Division. Dan King gave FJSC Under 12 Blacks the lead, away at league leaders Churchtown. However Churchtown drew level from a penalty and scored the winner late on. It was a good performance by the Blacks with goalkeeper Luke Phillips and midfielder Kyle Phillips in fine form. Man of the match Callum Davidson was well supported in defence by James Wilson and Andrew Kimmance.

The match between FJSC Under 9’s and Crosby Stuart like most Sunday fixtures was played in torrential rain. The two teams are to be congratulated on a tremendous effort. Honours were even at the end of a high quality match. Ben Murphy, Christian Maher and Nathan Cousens all played well. Stand-in goalkeeper Corey Ashworth made a crucial save. Jamie Simpson was man of the match.

GIRLS’ REPRESENTATIVE TEAM MATCHES

FJSC Real produced a strong team performance in the 6 nil victory over Rainford Rangers. On a very muddy pitch Real adjusted very well to the playing conditions. Girl of the game Jasmin Stevens led the way with two well-taken goals. Maisie Cox scored from a penalty. Ava Lewis, Ruby Houghton and Georgia Garforth added to the scoreline with one goal each.

FJSC Under 12 United played well against Remyca. United conceded a goal in each half but with five minutes remaining Maddie Houghton scored a great goal on the turn for FJSC to set up an exciting finale. United tried in vain to level the score but Remyca held firm. Hannah Allmark was voted girl of the match.

FJSC Under 8 Rockets and FJSC Under 8 Tornados played each other. All the girls persevered in very difficult conditions. Florence Raikes, Harriet Tunley and Megan Hulse scored.

The match between FJSC Under 13 Jets and Crosby Stuart was agreed to become a friendly match at half time so that all the very cold substitutes could all be brought on in the second half in order that all the girls could play at the same time. It was a very sensible decision in a bid to warm up all the girls.

In probably the worst playing conditions of the season so far last Sunday all the boys and girls teams together with the spectators are all to be congratulated for seeing out a very difficult morning’s football. All these matches started in light rain but as the matches progressed the rain became heavier and heavier. All the children were determined to finish their matches despite the appalling weather. Well done everyone.

INTER CLUB ARRANGEMENTS FOR SAT. MARCH 11TH.

Unless there is a change of arrangements due to pitch or weather conditions all matches will kick off at the usual times at Deansgate Lane Playing Fields.

Reception, Year One Boys and Year 4/5 Girls Coaching will be on at the usual times.

NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME IN ALL INTER CLUB AGE GROUPS.

Parents are reminded to check on the club website (Latest News) or telephone 873238 at approximately 8.30am Saturday for information if there is a doubt about the weather. Emails to parents will also be sent out if there are any changes to Inter Club arrangements.

REPRESENTATIVE TEAM MATCH CHANGES

Representative Team managers will contact their squad players if there are any alterations to scheduled matches.

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