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XLP overcame St Marks Battersea Power by 4-1 in the 2022 Mike King Trophy Final, the icing on the cake being provided by a long range rocket from Stev..
A late penalty scored by Jon Coles secured a 1-0 win for Coney Hall Churches United over Chatsworth United in the final of the Mike Laxton Plate, the first time this trophy had been contested since 2018.
Congratulations to Liam Vincent, formerly of St Dominics and Chatsworth United on winning the League's Fantasy Premier League for 2020/21.
A hat-trick from Division 1’s leading goalscorer, James Critchley, secured the Man-of-the-Match award and a victory in this season’s Mike Laxton Cup Final for his team, Christ Church Chislehurst, who came from behind to win 3-1 against St Dominics.
Well not the players, but the shirts were donated by St Marks Battersea Power and were taken to Malawi by Brian Marriott on his most recent visit.
Having been beaten twice from long-range during the first 90 minutes, 'keeper Simon Barrow saved four out of six penalties that he faced to win the Mike Laxton Cup for Hayes Ambassadors after scores remained level after extra time in the 2019 final.
A goal scored by Emmanuel Lightning's Elliot Mack in the closing minutes secured their 2-1 victory over Selhurst United in 2019's final of the Mike King Trophy, played at Valley Sports, Caterham.
A goal from Man-of-the-Match Karl Allen, set up by his brother Haydn, helped St Marys West Croydon to a 3-2 win over St Dominics in the 2018 Mike King Trophy final, two late goals from St Dominics making the score seem somewhat closer than it was.
Two goals from veteran striker Stevie Watts, one from close range early on in the game and one from the penalty spot in the second half, helped Selhurst United secure a 3-1 win over Emmanuel Lightning in the delayed 2019/20 Mike King Trophy final.
A fine display of classic centre-forward play in the first half by David Udomhiaye set up a 3-0 lead at the interval and a comfortable 4-0 victory for Christ Faith Tabernacle over XLP in this season’s Mike Laxton Plate Final.
Newgen FC try each year to bring a little football to Malawi, Africa, whether it's equipment, strips or footballs, Malawi being one of the poorest countries in the world.
Although no longer able to field an 11-A-Side team, Manna Sports managed to pack enough talent into their 5-A-Side squad to win the League's 2017 tournament and regain the title they last won in 2015.
The day before Chelsea celebrated winning the Premiership by strolling to an easy win against Sunderland, Christ Central had to work somewhat harder to beat last season's champions St Marys to clinch their first League title.
It took extra time and penalties before Coney Hall Churches United finally overcame Chatsworth United to win the 2017 Mike Laxton Cup.
A Man-of-the-Match performance by Hayes Ambassadors' 'keeper Sam Barrrow, the unlikely scorer of the deciding goal, inspired his team to a 2-1 win over League newcomers Woodside Baptist in this season's final of the Mike Laxton Plate
Heart 2 Heart won the Mike King Trophy for the first time in their history with a 4-1 win over St Marys West Croydon in the 2017 final.
Emmanuel Lightning had a good day out at the League's 2016 5-A-Side Tournament at Goals Beckenham by winning both the main competition and the Consolation Plate.
Christ Faith Tabernacle 'A' won the 2016 Mike Laxton Plate with a very late winner from Holy Gbode which St Dominics' keeper Emrys Downey would probably rather forget.
Manna Sport's evergreen forward Matt Napier put on a Man-of-the-Match performance to help his team overcome Celestial United after extra time in this season's Mike Laxton Cup Final.
Man-the-match Emmanuel Lightning goalkeeper Martin Bruce had a day to remember as he inspired his team to victory in the 2016 Mike King Trophy Final.
A hat-trick from Man of the Match Dan Morrison, plus extra time goals from Martyn Read and Ant Albertini served up a 5-3 win for Christ Central over League newcomers XLP in a scintillating 2015 Mike Laxton Plate final.
By winning their final match against UCF, their closest rivals, New Life retained the League title for a third successive season and, having beaten Selsdon Baptists in the Mike King Trophy Final some weeks earlier, achieved a League and Cup double.
Took place at Chatsworth Baptist Church, West Norwood, where Chris Rose got married to Trishique Clarke.
After a frenetic 2015 Mike Laxton Cup final, in which Trinity Baptist overcame Celestial United by 2-0, Trinity goalkeeper Nana Oye was given the Man of the Match award, mainly for two spectacular first half saves which kept his side in the game.
Although, over the years, both Manna Sports and Christ Central have changed their name, they continue to monopolise the League's 5-A-Side Competition. It was Manna’s turn in 2015 and they duly obliged, beating St Marys West Croydon in the final.
A very late goal from Man of the Match Dan Jupe clinched a 2-1 win for Selhurst United over New Life in a splendid Mike King Trophy Final which this season returned to its traditional home of Stanhope Grove.
Despite having missed a penalty and then falling behind to a bizarre own goal, Emmanuel Lightning stormed back to strike four times and clinch their first ever cup win in last Saturday's Mike Laxton Cup Final against the holders, Celestial United.
A 2-0 win over their closest challengers, St Marys West Croydon, in the final game of the season, secured a second successive Premiership title for Heart 2 Heart.
One hundred Emmanuel Lightning supporters travelled up to Northampton last Sunday to support their team in the final of the National Christian Trophy against Ditton Athletic, from Widnes, Cheshire and they were very raucous.
A sizeable contingent from this season's League Champions, Lewin Sports, attended this year's League Presentation Service, hosted by Eltham Park Baptist Church, to collect their Division 1 Winners' medals.
Teams from the Bromley & Croydon Christian League join those from all over the country in making their contribution to the Football Remembers project.
In a repeat of the 2011 final, Lewin Sports overcame Christ Central to win the League's 2013 5-A-Side Tournament, with Lewin Band of Brothers also collecting the Plate Competition
A late goal from the Premier Division's leading goalscorer, Karl Allen, secured a 2-1 win for St Marys West Croydon over Selhurst United in this season's Mike King Trophy final.
A free kick from the trusty left foot of UCF 'B's veteran team manager Pete Jarrett, headed home by his son Billy, proved to be the only goal of the game and secured victory over Coney Hall United Churches in last Saturday's Mike King Plate Final.
A hat-trick from midfielder Richard Smith, topped off by a fourth goal from Man-of-the-Match Andy Dutton helped New Life come from behind to defeat newly-crowned League Champions Lewin Sports after extra time in this season's Mike King Trophy Final.
After last year naming their teams Cheetahs, Panthers and Pumas, for reasons best known to themselves Penge Family Church entered their teams in the League's 2010 Five-A-Side Competition as Penge Bananas, Mangos and Pineapples!
Christ Central kept up a sequence of losing the trophy and winning it in alternate years with victory in this years 5-A-Side Tournament. Runners-Up were St Marks Battersea with Emmanuel Lightning taking the Consolation Plate.
It started wet and Hayes Ambassadors' captain Malcolm Hoad ensures it finished wet as he lets off the champagne in celebration of his team's 3-0 victory over Celestial United in the final of this season's Mike Laxton Cup.
By winning the League Championship for the first time in their history, United Churches Fellowship FC broke the three-year grip that New Life FC had held on the Division 1 title since their return from the Surrey South Eastern Combination.
Lewin Sports Band of Brothers avenged last year's defeat in the final of the League's pre-season 5-A-Side competition when they beat a team from Christ Central Church, several of whom had appeared then as Penge Bananas!
on 9 April took place at Christ Church Beckenham, where the Bromley & Croydon Christian League football fraternity were well represented at the wedding of Stephen Ford and Rebecca Wickham.
A typical piece of opportunist finishing by prolific goalscorer Rubin Alibaj proved to be the decisive goal as New Life overcame St Marks Battersea Power to retain the Mike King Trophy.
Played on 7 May, the first of the League's two cup finals of 2011 featured Hope Eagles and Lewin Sports. Read on to find out how the match turned out. Pictures courtesy of Dave Lock.
Progressing further than they had ever done in previous years, All Saints Peckham reached the final of the League's 2008 5-A-Side Tournament but were beaten 3-1 by Newgen after the match had gone to extra time. Click for photo.
Before the season has even started, Christ Church Chislehurst have reached the top. No, not top of the League, nor top of the world, but Richard Adams and some of his team did manage to complete the Three Peaks Challenge recently.
Man of the Match in the 2006 Mike King Trophy Final was awarded to Eltham Green's Phil Sterne, particularly for his two goals and assist which did much to set up Eltham's 4-0 lead.
Overseen by Referee Steve Hunt, on-loan Oakhall keeper Dan Bowden makes the match winning penalty save to win the 5-A-Side Plate for Oakhall. Click for photo
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By winning the League's 5-A-Side tournament which took place on 16 September, Selsdon Baptist completed a notable double by adding this title to the 11-A-Side title they won for the second time in their history in the 2005-06 season.
The League's 2007 Five-A-Side Tournament saw new names added to the list of winners and runners-up as Newgen won the competition for the first time by overcoming Drummond Rovers in the final. Click for more details
Southborough Lane Baptist Church won the first trophy in their short existence following an enjoyable 2008 Mike Laxton Cup final where they triumphed 3-0 over Selsdon Baptist Church B. Click here to read roving reporter Sam Oliver's match report.
With a completely different squad of players than that which won the League's Annual Tournament last year, Newgen retained the title of 5-A-Side champions by beating All Saints Peckham in the final of the 2008 competition. Click here for more details
Laos Athletic turned round a 0-1 half time deficit to defeat Penge Family Church 3-1 in the final of this season's Mike Laxton Cup and hence become the first Division 3 side to lift the trophy.
No, it's not a spelling mistake! Somewhere in this amazingly colourful scene is Eltham Green's Club Secretary Adam Bull. The photo was taken during Adam's trip to Malawi with Ambassadors In Sport's Trailblazers last summer. Click here to enlarge
Congratulations to New Life FC on clinching the Division 1 championship in their first season back in this League after returning from the Surrey South Eastern Combination. Click here for a photo taken just after the title was secured.
Despite his team ending up 3-1 losers to Laos Athletic in the final of the Mike Laxton Cup, Penge Family Church's Mark Slaughter was named Man-Of-The- Match for his consistent efforts over the 90 minutes.
In the 2008 final of the Mike King Trophy, Selsdon Baptist Church regained the trophy they previously won in 2005 by beating opponents All Saints Peckham by 2-0. Click here for a match report and photo of the winning team with the trophy.
Oakhall became the winners of the Plate Trophy at the Leagues' 2008 5-A-Side Competition by beating Emmanuel Lightning on penalties after the final had remained level, even after 5 minutes' extra time. Click for photo
New Community captain Tom Garforth receives the cup from referee Mike Laxton following his team's 1-0 win over Orpington Town Church in the 2007 final of the competition that Mike himself instigated several years previously.
Following his second 'last ever sponsored bike ride' last year, George Ruston was back on his bike recently, again raising funds for Hope UK, but this time there was a difference! To find out more, click here.
Having now won the trophy three times in the last five years, UCF have seemingly got into the habit of ending up as Plate Winners at the League's annual Five-A-Side Tournament. Click here to read more!
Despite spending the last few minutes of the game hobbling around in midfield, Oakhall's veteran goalkeeper and captain Peter Hardy was able to collect the Mike Laxton Cup after his team's 3-0 victory over King's Church Catford in the 2009 final.
Click here for a photo of Drummond Rovers' team that were runners-up in this year's tournament
By beating New Life by two goals to nil in the 2009 Mike King Trophy Final, Newgen ensured theirs was the new name that will be engraved on the trophy.
Among the thousands pounding the streets in the 2007 London Marathon were two of our League's players. If you don't know their identity, click here to find out who they were, how they got on, and how you can still sponsor them.
In the 2006 final of the Mike King Trophy, Eltham Green FC defeated the holders, and new League champions, Selsdon Baptists by 5-4 to lift the trophy. 4-0 up at one point, Eltham withstood a late comeback by Selsdon in the last quarter of the match.
Pictured here in their new strip for the 2008/09 season are UCF Reserves, prior to their game v Park Road Baptist on 15 November 2008.
On Saturday 14 January 2006, Christ Church Beckenham's captain, Pete Cornish, played his 200th game for them since the League was properly affiliated in 1994.
George Ruston, manager of Park Road Baptist FC, has achieved his target of cycling 100 miles in one day in aid of THIRST FOR LIFE 2007. Despite four marathon rides in aid of Hope UK, George had never before cracked the 100-miles-in-a-day barrier....
Featuring the majority of the team that won the competition in 2004, Christ Church Bromley retained their title as 5-A-Side Champions in the pre-season tournament held at Powerleague Croydon on 10 September.
For the second time in the last three seasons, the Leagues leading goalscorer for 2004-05 was Patrick Wakefield of Eltham Green FC. Patrick is pictured here after having received his award at the League's recent Presentation Service
Yes, I know it's supposed to be Daniel and it's not really a den, but click here for another shot from Adam Bull's trip to Malawi last summer showing some of the Trailblazers team in a time of relaxation?
Continuing the scenic theme in connection with United Churches Fellowship's travels in the National Christian Cup, this picture is of the Rhondda Valley in South Wales.
Click here to find out how our teams got on in Round 3.
Dave Gee and Sam Oliver reach consecutive appearances milestones for C.C.Beckenham...
The accompanying photo shows the football team of the Evangelcal Brethren Church in São Tomé & Principe, a former Portuguese colony situated off the coast of West Africa, almost bang on the Equator. Click here for more details.
All smiles from Lewin Sports' Captain Marvel, Will Hague and Team Manager, Lewis Farquarson as they hold the Mike King Trophy following their team 5-2 victory over Oakhall in this season's final.
And the lawyers, or anyone just wanting to check up on League procedures, can access a copy of the League Rules, updated to reflect changes made to the FA's Standard Code of Rules for Leagues (SCOR).
History lovers can access here a listing of all past winners of the League's various competitions and awards since it was founded in 1994.
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Sat 02 Apr 22
Venue: Coldharbour Leisure Centre
Christ Church Chislehurst
Sat 09 Apr 22
Trinity Baptist United
Sat 23 Apr 22
Venue: Purley Way Playing Fields Pitch number unknown
Sat 30 Apr 22
Venue: ASHBURTON PLAYING FIELDS 1
Sat 07 May 22
St Marys West Croydon
Sat 19 Mar 22
Sat 26 Mar 22
Venue: BISHOP JUSTUS C OF E SCHOOL
Venue: Coney Hall Recreation Ground 2
Venue: Waring Park
Venue: NORMAN PARK RECREATION GROUND Hayes Lane End 1
St Marks Battersea Power
Sat 14 May 22
Venue: MOTTINGHAM SPORTS GROUND 2
Sat 21 May 22
Venue: NORMAN PARK RECREATION GROUND Hayes Lane End 4
Sat 28 May 22