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The Annual General meeting was held on Monday June 27th, 2022.
Newsome Reserves completed the treble on Saturday when their opponents, Netherton were unable to raise a side. Having already won the Huddersfield and District FA Challenge Trophy and the Huddersfield and District League Richardson Cup,
Heywood Irish Centre completed a District League and Barlow Cup double on Tuesday night beating Newsome 3-2
Nathan Eastwood scored twice to make it 40 goals for the season as division 1 leaders Heywood Irish Centre won 5-1 at home to Holmbridge. Thomas Mellor, Kieron Mayall and Stephen Greer also scored for Heywood’s.
Heywood Irish Centre remain on target for a league and cup double after a thumping victory in Division 1 and a 3-2 victory over Netherton to reach the final of the Barlow Cup.
Heywood Irish Centre extended their lead at the top of division 1 to 7 points after thrashing Shepley 7-0 with goals from Kieron Mayall (two), Nathan Mayall (two), Nathan Eastwood (two) and Jez Robinson.
Newsome narrowed the gap at the top of division 1 to 4 points after a 3-1 win against neighbours Berry Brow. Doran Jordan and a brace from Kyle Walton for Newsome and Joe Brennan for Berry Brow.
Kieron Mayall scored in the 1-0 win against Linthwaite Athletic, which kept Heywood Irish centre top of division 1. Newsome remain second 4 points back but with 3 games in hand.
Newsome moved to within a point of division 1 leaders Heywood Irish Centre following goals from Doran Jordan and Steven Marshall in a 2-0 win at Shepley.
Heywood Irish Centre retained their four points lead at the top of division 1 following a hard fought 2-1 win over Berry Brow with goals from Kieran Mayall and Damien Murray. Joe Brennan scoring the consolation for the Brow.
Heywood Irish Centre moved 4 points clear at the top of division 1 following goals from Kieron Mayall and Nathan Eastwood in a 2-1 win over Diggle. Samuel Bagshaw scored the consolation for Diggle.
West End Park resign both teams
Heywood Irish Centre took advantage of leaders Newsome inactivity by moving into top spot in division 1 after a hard fought 1-0 win away at Berry Brow with Matthew Colcombe scoring the winner.
Another week of awful weather wiped out the entire District League fixture programme.
Despite the appalling weather there weren’t many games postponed due to the hard work of the clubs in getting their fields passed fit for play.
With the rain disrupting the fixture programme, Heywood Irish Centre moved up to second in division 1 with a 9-1 win over bottom club Shelley.
Newsome maintained their 100% record in division 1 after a 4-2 win over Shepley. Scorers for Newsome were Lee Bradshaw, Doran Jordan, Kyle Walton and Devonte Gayle,
Newsome remain undefeated and top of division 1 after hard fought 3-2 win over Holmbridge. Doran Jordan and Kyle Walton (two) were on target for Newsome and Max Morley hit both for Holmbridge.
Cartworth Moor Division 3 side resign
Kirkburton sprang one of the shocks of the day by knocking Berry Brow out of the Huddersfield FA Challenge Cup 3-1 with a goal from Troy Toulcher and a brace from Jack Goring. Wayne Shooter scored a consolation for the Brow.
The District League programme resumed after the Christmas and New Year break, but it was decimated by the wet weather.
Berry Brow moved up to fourth in division 1 after goals from Joe Brennan, Luke Gibson (two), Jamal Bent and Thomas Oakes in their 5-1 win over Slaithwaite United. Ashley Beardsall scoring the consolation for Slowit.
Robertshaw still the Big Cheese at 37!
At 37 years old, Adam Robertshaw is still the Big Cheese at Netherton as they moved up to second in division 2 following a 3-1 win at Almondbury Woolpack.
District League Report December 4th
Once again the weather decimated the fixture programme and very few games were played.
In division 2 Netherton made good use of their sloping pitch to beat Lepton Highlanders 7-1.
District League Report November 27th
The wintry weather almost wiped out the cup and league fixtures but there were a couple of clubs that managed to get their games on.