.ALL NEW CLUBS and ANY EXISTING CLUBS WHO HAVE NOT YET AFFILIATED TO THE MANCHESTER FA SHOULD EITHER BRING THE AFFILIATION FEE OF £100 in cash or a CHEQUE MADE PAYABLE TO THE MANCHESTER FA......ALL NEW CLUBS and ANY EXISTING CLUBS WHO HAVE NOT YET AFFILIATED TO THE MANCHESTER FA SHOULD EITHER BRING THE AFFILIATION FEE OF £100 in cash or a CHEQUE MADE PAYABLE TO THE MANCHESTER FA.....

ECCLES SUNDAY LEAGUE

CUP FINALS

T J JUDGE CUP FINAL

DE LA SALLE  v  WINTON WANDERERS

Sunday, 21st December

At Salford Sport Village – KO 11am

 

ECCLES CHALLENGE CUP FINAL

HYDE PARK CORNER  v  MOORSIDE SOCIAL

Sunday, 4th January

At Salford Sport Village – KO 10am

 

JOHN COOK PREMIER TROPHY FINAL

ORDSALL  v  CHARLESTOWN CYC

Sunday, 4th January

At Salford Sport Village – KO 12am

 

MANCHESTER FA SUNDAY AMATEUR CUP

Third Round  -  21st December

FC  Failsworth  v  FC CONS CLUB

 

Fourth Round  -  11th January

Levenshulme Athletic  v  WINTON WANDERERS

Chorlton Irish  v  FC Failsworth  or  FC CONS CLUB

Jolly Carter (Droylsden)  v  CLIFTON

AFC  MONTON  v  CADISHEAD LABOUR

 

NORTH WEST CHAMPIONS CUP

Quarter Final

CHARLESTOWN CYC  v  CALE GREEN

Sunday, 18th January

At Salford Sport Village – KO 11am

ECCLES SUNDAY LEAGUE double winners, in the Manchester FA Sunday Competitions

Following on from the league’s previous successes in 1992 with De La Salle (Shield) and Boathouse (Cup) and in 2002 Catholic Club (Shield) and De La Salle (Cup).

This season saw CHARLESTOWN CYC lift the MFA Sunday Shield with an emphatic 4-1 win over Rifle Range from the Oldham Sunday League. After going 1nil down, Charlestown came back strongly with 4 goals without reply.

G.C.J.T., also took on Oldham League opponents Middleton Colts, and again went 1nil down in the early stages before scoring 3 times. Middleton scored again in the second half to reduce the arrears, however GCJT held  on to win 3-2.

Proposal to: Eccles Sunday Football League

Proposal by: Signed: Signed: Signed: Signed:
FC Chandos FC De La Salle FC Roscoe Rovers FC Royal Oak For Grassroots Summer Football

Situation:

With heavy rain and snow causing widespread fixture disruption across the country this winter, many in the grassroots football community have suffered the frustration that has become an all-too-familiar feeling at this time of the season.

Proposed Solution:

Summer football – March to November…….

From March to June and August to November matches are mandatory, while during July, when most families take their holidays, games are played subject to availability of coaches and players with a one week postponement request implicated.

Benefits:

1. To increase participation

 2. To create an attractive modern game

 3. To improve coach education and development

 4. To create a vibrant volunteer workforce

 5. To develop club and school football

 6. To produce more talented young players

Summary:

Bad weather means bad pitches, which means more cancelled games and for young footballers in particular, poorer conditions in which to develop their skills. “It’s a no brainer… lush grass, warm conditions. These are the conditions where kids and young adults will learn the basics, enhance their skills and enjoy themselves.“The alternative, players out all wrapped up, cold, dark, wet and matches called off because the pitches are flooded.”

 

 



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