Annual General Meeting June 27th 2022
The Annual General meeting was held on Monday June 27th, 2022.
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In the Barlow Cup Berry Brow with goals from Wayne Shooter (two), Luke Gibson, Joe Brennan and Thomas Oakes (two) beat Shelley 6-2. Shelley’s goals were scored by Chris Parker.
District League Report November 13th
In the Barlow Cup Berry Brow with goals from Wayne Shooter (two), Luke Gibson, Joe Brennan and Thomas Oakes (two) beat Shelley 6-2. Shelley’s goals were scored by Chris Parker. A Mike Annoville goal and a hattrick from Jacob Waterson sent Britannia Sports through to the next round in a 4-3 over Fothergill & Whittles. Netherton travelled to Kirkburton and goals from Ryan Burchael and Nathan Chappell sent them through in a hard fought 2-1 win. James Coleman scored for Kirkburton. Shepley beat Cumberworth 3-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw on 90 minutes. Ashley Beardsall, Tom Dyson (two) and Daniel Middleton (two) scored for Slaithwaite United in their 5-3 win away at Diggle. A Billy Prady goal sent Holme Valley Academicals through in a 1-0 win at home to Almondbury Woolpack. Lepton Highlanders were out of luck meeting high flying Newsome and were soundly beaten 10-0. Josimar Bradshaw (three), Kyle Walton (four), Doran Jordan, Wayde Moses and Trae Gabriel scoring for Newsome. Kirkheaton Rovers overran struggling Marsh United in a 14-2 win. Ben Hallitt (five), Jonathan Lodge (three), Elliott McNab (two), Jonathan Askin (two), Oliver Martin and Daniel Hallitt all scoring for Kirkheaton. Scholes knocked out Huddersfield LH 3-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw.
Paul Pyke and Dwayne Wilkinson were on the mark as Deighton squeezed past Brook Motors 2-1 in the Groom Cup. Jack Turner scoring for Brooks. Hade Edge are also through to the next round with goals from Lewis Barden, Brad Taylor, Adam Taylor (two) and Rory Hunt in a 5-1 win over neighbours Holmfirth Town. In a remarkable game at Grange Moor, Scissett just edged out Grange Moor Saints on penalties after a 4-4 draw. The game was level 1-1 at halftime before the Saints went 4-1 up with goals from Cameron Wilkey (three) and Stephen Chandler. However, Scissett fought back and goals from Richard Humphrey (two), Chris Martin and Lewis Palk levelled the tie and sent the game to penalties. Both teams were level after 9 penalties each and it was down to the goal keepers to decide the result. The Scissett keeper scored his penalty and saved the Grange Moor Saints keeper’s penalty. An entertaining cup tie played in good spirits and well managed by referee Adam Farmer. Joe Hampshaw (two) and Oliver Haigh scored for Wooldale Wanderers as they beat AFC Volunteers 3-1. Ryan Matthews scored for the Volunteers. Mount bowed out at the first hurdle despite a brace from Jay Wells losing 3-2 to Saddleworth United whose goals were scored by Tommy Burns (two) and Oliver Harris. Thorpe Giants lost at home to Brighouse Athletic 5-2 whose goals were scored by Sam Roberts (three) and Ben Lock (two) and West End Park beat Cartworth Moor 6-1. Honley with goals from Jermaine Edwards (two), Zach Ainley and Ryan Ralph just edged out Flockton 4-3. Flockton’s goals were scored by Spencer Moorhouse, Conar Young and Lewis Reed.
In the Richardson Cup Linthwaite Athletic beat Scholes 2-0 and Meltham Athletic beat Shelley 4-0 with goals from Liam Carmody, Toby Farrington, James Hutchinson and Louis Carmody. Daniel Goodwin, Tom Buckley and James Phillips scored for Holmbridge as they beat Brook Motors 3-2. Scissett drew with Britannia Sports A 3-3 and went through to the next round winning 6-5 on penalties.
Raymond Chingombe and Ben Cornelly scored for Berry Brow A as they went through to the next round of the Gee Cup in their 2-1 win over Cumberworth B. Ronan Greenwood scoring for Cumberworth. Adam Fell (two), Daniel Garton and Nathan Waterhouse scored for Berry Brow A as they also progressed into the next round with a 4-2 win over Brook Motors Development. Scorers for Brooks were Patrick Clarke-Spears and Shane Brook. A Josh Moore hattrick and goals from James North and Ben Boulton sent Slaithwaite United through to the next round beating Hade Edge A in a close game 5-3. Scorers for Hade Edge were Daniel Holmes, Mike Boulares and Louie James Taylor. Deighton A with goals from Jason Helm (three), Leevan Brown, Amari David and Karlmani Furey progressed to the next round with a 6-2 win over Scissett Development. Aidan Geldart and Richard Sterling scoring for Scissett.
In League action Heywood Irish Centre continued their winning run, in division 1 with goals from Kieron and Nathan Mayall in a 2-0 win over Skelmanthorpe. In the reserve section, division 1, Dalton Dynamos beat Diggle 3-2 and Newsome beat Scholes 3-0 with goals from George Sommerville, Adam Hill and Dean Wharam. Berry Brow made the short trip to Netherton and goals from Lee Wharam (two) and Junior Bent saw them take the points in a 3-2 win. Deighton beat Britannia Sports 5-1 with goals from Dominic McDonald-Webster, Jordan Ghani, Dwayne Willie and Omar Sinclair (two). In division 2 AFC Lindley outplayed Kirkburton with goals from Usman Adelekelo, Luke Webb (three), Danny Wright, Tom Crabtree and Johnathan Krishnapillal (two) in an 8-0 win.
Skelmanthorpe moved up to third in division 3 with a 3-2 win over Grange Moor Saints with goals from Richard Alderson (two) and Richard Hinchliffe. Elijah Roy and Ross McEwen scored for the Saints. A goal from Isaac Barker was enough for Cumberworth A to move up to fourth in their 1-0 win over Netherton A. Nicky Pike and Morgan Taylor scored for Linthwaite A in their 2-0 over Hade Edge.
Shepley Reserves move up to second in division 4 with a 9-1 win over bottom club West End Park Development. Shepley’s goals were scored by Elliott George (three), Scott Sykes (three), Harrison English, Matthew Lambe and Andrew Sylvester.
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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