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Formby Junior Sports Club is pleased to report that a very successful start has been made to the new

FRANK'S REPORT - 15/10/2017 15 Oct, 2017

As half term approaches Formby Junior Sports Club is pleased to report that a very successful start has been made to the new season.

The combination of football for everyone at Inter Club together with opportunities for coaching has once again proved to be very popular with large attendances each Saturday morning.

All thirty-one Representative teams have all enjoyed the competitive element of league. There have been nineteen boys’ teams and twelve girls’ teams.

There are now over four hundred and thirty club members this season. This includes over eighty new members and a girls’ membership that is close to reaching one hundred and fifty.

We would like to see more children join FJSC and new members are very welcome in all Inter Club age groups.


Two hundred and sixty-three children came along to Inter Club last Saturday and at 11am the Girls’ Section numbers were a staggering one hundred and fourteen. This was the highest number so far this season and just proves how popular Girls’ Football is at FJSC.



RECEPTION – Sebastian Goatley.

YEAR ONE – Dillon Crosby and Harry Goodfellow.

YEAR TWO – Thomas Szabo, Connor Scarisbrick, Niall Brennan, George Hansen, Owen Griffiths and Charlie Jameson.

YEAR THREE – Daniel Allmark, George Dent, Jack Finnegan, Charlie Garvey, Max Hall, Jamie Jawook, Max Kitching, Jacob Lynch, Dylan Madeley, Rohan Maker, Harrison McGrath, Franky Moon, Archie Ogden, and Liam Vaughan.

YEAR FOUR – Finn Bauer, Joseph Cooper, Thomas Dent, Steven Friar, James Henson, Luke Irvine, Liam Kirk, Luke Lewis, Harry Lofthouse and Jake Verinder.

YEAR FIVE/SIX - Jake Ashcroft, Corey Ashworth, Zach Beaumont- Jones, Gabe Bellemey, Jake Bellemey, Oliver Charnock, Joseph Cook, Alex Farrell, Joseph Finnegan, Oscar Fletcher, Will Greenwood, Dominic Hamilton, Jacob Heaney, Caleb Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Ioannis Kardoulias, Guy Maker, Calum McNally, Martin Melyov, Ben Murphy, Sam Mycek, Lewis Parker, Edward Poole, Kelly Quirk, Marcus Rogan, Jonathan Shaw, Matthew Smith, Jake Stanton, George Turner, Euan Turner and Jack Yarwood.

YEAR SEVEN/EIGHT – Sam Colbourne, Sam Cousens, Matteo Heaney, Luke Honour, Bailey Jones, Steven Mordaunt, Kyle Phillips, Luke Phillips, Jack Rummens, Thomas Walker, Marc Whitelaw, and Tyler Winder.


YEAR ONE/TWO – Ella Foster, Ella Holden and Milla Johnson.

YEAR THREE/FOUR – Sophia Barnes, Jessica Duncan, Megan Hulse, Hannah Jones, Maisie McDowell, Isabella Moore, Isabelle Parkinson, Felicity Pendleton, Florence Raikes, Elyssa Reece-Archer, Harriet Tunley and Katelyn Vos.

YEAR FIVE/SIX – Sarah Allmark, Arianna Casson, Izzy Conway, Iris Davidson, Amber Fortune, Erin Frost, Chloe Price and Edie Steel.

YEAR SEVEN/EIGHT – Hannah Allmark, Brooke Denison, Lauren Holden, Yasmin Jones, Mia O’ Brien, Jasmin Stevens and Freya Thornton.



Altcar United 10 points

Royal Albion 9 points

Formby North End 7 points

Park United 6 points


Wildcats 10 points

Wombats 10 points

Flamingos 8 points

Hornets 4 points



All matches will be played at Deansgate Lane Playing Fields.

9am Reception and Year One, Two, Three and Four Boys.

10am Year Five/Six Boys and Year Seven/Eight Boys.

11am Girls’ Football – Year One/Two; Year Three/Four;

Year Five/Six; Year Seven/Eight and

Year Nine/Ten.


There will be no Coaching Sessions for Year One/Two Girls and Year Three/Four Girls this Saturday.

All other coaching groups will be at the usual times. This includes Everton in the Community Coaching with Andy Bickley for Reception (9am), Year One Boys (9.30am), Year Six Girls (10.10am) and Year Ten Girls (11am).


There is plenty of room at FJSC for boys and girls particularly in Reception, Year One, Year Two and Year Three to join the Inter Club Section.

Parents are very welcome to bring their children along and to give it a try for a few weeks before joining the club.


There will be NO Inter Club football on Saturday October 28th (the second Saturday of half term). Inter Club will then be back again on Saturday November 4th.


Carlos Swain-Velasco scored five of FJSC Under 14 Blacks goals in a 6-2 win against Burscough Dynamo. It was an excellent man of the match performance. Bill Steel also deserves special mention for a very commanding defensive display.

FJSC Under 12 Whites played FJSC Under 12 Blacks in the Championship Division. Jacob Lewis gave the Blacks the lead but the Whites fought back to win 3-1 with goals from Rio Mason and Bailey Jones. The two goalkeepers were voted players of the match. The Blacks player of the match was Taylor Twentyman whilst Joe Cunliffe received the award for the Whites. It was a tense and very exciting match from start to finish. The Whites remain top of the league with five wins from five matches played.

Dylan Riley and Calum McNally were on target for FJSC Under 11 Blacks in a very close match with Southport FC. In another excellent match against Southport, FJSC Under 10 Whites played some very good football and were rewarded with goals from Ben Murphy, Jamie Simpson, Nathan Cousens and Jake Stanton.

Finley Richards, Harry Lofthouse and man of the match Thomas Dent scored for FJSC Under 9 Blacks in a high scoring encounter with a well organised Southport Trinity Blue team. FJSC Under 9 Whites played some delightful football against Phoenix . Scoring the goals for the Whites were Dilan Sathiyanathan, Finlay Hunter, Ivan Weights, George Kempster and Zach Williams.

FJSC Under 8 Blacks played Burscough Dynamo. Man of the match Jack Finnegan scored, as did Archie Ogden and Max Ryan.

FJSC’s youngest team, the Under 7’s produced a confident display against Southport Trinity. Harry Nelson, Owen Griffiths, Thomas Szabo and man of the match Sebastian Wood all scored in another pleasing team display.


FJSC Under 16’s found themselves 2 nil down to unbeaten league leaders The Fillies but in a very determined effort made a great comeback to draw 2-2 with goals from Charlotte Armstrong and Sophie Dixon. Connie Gabriel played well on her return to the team.

A spectacular Molly Graham goal gave FJSC Under 15’s the lead against Crosby Stuart. However, in another close match between the two teams Crosby Stuart fought back to win 3-1. Ella Lawson had another good match in midfield and Demi Lewis once again nearly scored.

FJSC Under 14 Jets pulled back from 3 nil down to Remyca at half time to 3-2 with goals from Jess Dolan and Simone Jones and Anna Johnson nearly added a third goal. The Jets nearly drew level before two goals late in the match were scored by Remyca. The Jets continue to show much improvement and played very well against title challengers Remyca.

FJSC Under 13 United produced a magnificent team display to draw 2-2 with Churchtown Athletic Under 14’s. Hannah Allmark and Freya Thornton were United’s scorers. Anna Klaasssen was girl of the game.

In the top of the table clash FJSC Under 12 Albion defeated closest rivals Hesketh Colts Red 3 nil with Aaliyah Turner scoring twice and Yasmin Godsall with one goal. Girl of the game was defender Ella Stainton.At the same level FJSC Under 12 Real won 5-1 against Hesketh Colts Blue with Georgia Garforth and Jess Lynch scoring the goals.

FJSC Under 11 Hotspurs produced another dazzling display against Rainford Rangers. Iris Davidson was captain for the day and the goals were scored by player of the match Chloe Price, Arianna Casson and Izzy Conway. In the same division FJSC Valencia gave a good account of themselves against Remyca. All the girls playing in their first season of league football showed how much they have improved since the start of the season.

Another team playing Remyca were FJSC under 10 Atletico. Imogen Hodgson was solid in defence and Macey Taylor and Grace Gabriel also played well.

FJSC Under 9 Rockets produced their best performance of the season so far against Rainford Rangers. Hannah Jones and Megan Hulse scored the goals and Sienna Fortune made a fine assist. FJSC Under 9 Tornados were also in action against Remyca. The team showed much improvement in their passing. Isabella Moore and Jessica Duncan played well in defence. Goalkeeper Isabelle Parkinson made some very good saves and the girl of the game was Grace McClelland.


Congratulations to FJSC Under 14 Blacks Manager and Coach Ray Pendleton for being presented with a 2017 Pride of Formby Award at the recent ceremony held at The Gild Hall, organised by Formby Parish Council.

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