- PREMIER GOOD WINS FOR THE BLACK 4-1, LISCARD BRONZE 7-1 & GREAT FLOAT S&S 5-0
- DIV ONE ROCKPARK WIN 9-0, AM PLANT HIRE WIN 2-1, FC VICTORIA WIN 4-0.
- DIV TWO BOTH WALLASEY OVAL & GRANGE HEARTS WIN AND MAINTAIN THEIR 100% START TO THE SEASON
- DUNDEE WINS FOR AFC LIVERPOOL 8-2, WEST KIRBY WASPS 9-0 & VICTORIA COLTS 4-0
- GROVE WINS FOR GAYTON FC 2-1, SAINTS AFC 5-2 AND SHAFTSBURY YOUTH 2-1 V GLENAVON
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL CLUBS FROM CCFA CAN BE FOUND IN LEAGUE DOCUMENTS SECTION
- PLEASE REMEMBER, RESPECT TO OPPOSITION AND OFFICIALS IS EXPECTED AT ALL TIMES
- REMEMBER, ALL LEAGUE RELATED ENQUIRIES MUST GO TO LEAGUE SECRETARY TOMMY POTTER
- SITE VISITS HAVE REACHED 2,225,553 AS OF SUNDAY 24th AUGUST 2014
- **REMEMBER** YOUTH TEAMS MUST EXCHANGE PLAYER ID's BEFORE EVERY GAME
Ellesmere Port Town from the Grove Youth Division have changed their name and will now be known as MALVERN FC. Fixtures have been altered with the name change, but not the fixtures Ellesmere Port Town had.
ALL TEAMS MUST BE AWARE THAT CHANGING ROOMS HAVE TO BE KEPT CLEAN AND TIDY AT ALL TIMES, ESPECIALLY THOSE WITH NO GROUNDSMEN.
ALL TEAMS MUST REMOVE EMPTY BOTTLES, PAPER AND ANY DEBRIS FROM PITCHSIDE AT THE END OF EACH GAME. IT IS THE TEAMS RESPONSIBILITY AND THE WIRRAL BOROUGH COUNCIL WILL TAKE ACTION AGAINST OFFENDERS.
Rockpark FC in Division One have been given permission by the WBC to use Arrowe Park 1 as their home pitch this season. Due to work being completed the WBC have sanctioned this request.
THE FIRST CASUALTIES OF THE SEASON HAVE HAPPENED. IN THE PREMIER DIVISION HESWALL SUNDAY FC HAVE TENDERED THEIR RESIGNATION DUE TO INTERNAL PROBLEMS. THE SAME APPLIES TO SHERIDANS IN DIVISION ONE, AND TIMA YOUTH IN THE DUNDEE YOUTH DIVISION. ALL FIXTURES INVOLVING THEM HAVE BEEN REMOVED.
THE PREMIER DIVISION ALONE WILL HAVE TEAMS PLAYING EACH OTHER THREE TIMES AROUND. PRIMROSE FC HAVE MOVED INTO THE PREMIER LEAGUE FROM DIVISION ONE. PLEASE BE AWARE PREMIER AND DIVISION ONE FIXTURES HAVE NOW BEEN ALTERED TO ACCOMMODATE THE CHANGES.
PLEASE Have an enjoyable season and best wishes to all teams, Secretaries and Officials, but most of all keep the discipline intact!!
WALLASEY AND DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE AGM, WALLASEY ROYAL BRITISH LEGION SOCIAL CLUB, TUESDAY 17th JUNE 2014
The 51st meeting commenced at 7.45pm. Minutes were proposed by Mr Peter Cull of Great Float S&S, and seconded by Mr Paul Robinson of Vineyard FC.
Mr John O'Connor Chairman, thanked everyone for their attendance and introduced the Hon Secretary Mr Tommy Potter.
Tommy thanked the Wallasey Royal British Legion Social Club for use of their facilities, and that it has been used, and will be used for forthcoming Committee meetings. Tommy also mentioned the hard working Committee, who give their Sundays up and weekdays to give this League it's excellent status. He did not mention himself, but I would like to thank him for his excellent work throughout the season. Well done Tommy!!
Tommy covered all the usual points and stated the League will commence on Sunday 17th August 2014. Tommy was keen to mention the need to play fixtures midweek on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Bad weather cost the League six lost Sundays, and the knock on effect of compiling and rearranging fixtures, in fitting in cup games etc, proved a difficult task. Tommy stated ONCE FIXTURES HAD BEEN COMPILED NO TEAM COULD CANCEL (unless already agreed) AND POINTS WILL BE LOST. Teams were allowed only two cancellations per year, but these MUST be done before fixtures are done, well in advance he suggested.
The format for the season would provide the Premier League with 8 teams, Division One with 10 teams, Division Two with 13/14 teams and the Dundee Youth and Grove Youth will have 11 teams each. This may be subject to change.
Apologies were made for the Rule books not being available, as a lot of new information was added and will be distributed when Tommy receives them.
New open age teams were accepted and no objections were received:
New youth Division treams accepted were
ELLESMERE PORT TOWN
Tom named the teams who had resigned from last season.
The need of discipline was highlighted, and outrageous attempts to ridicule The Wallasey League through media on "twitter" was mentioned, and a personal attack on Mr Potter himself. The majority of Secretarys were thanked for supporting him on this ridiculous attack. There is no room in any sport for this.
Tommy emphasised also that Committee decisions had been questioned, but felt each one made was fully justified and made it known to some of the members in the room.
it was stated that pitch fees were to rise again, this time 2% after last years 50% rise.
Tommy was thankful to two teams who had progressed from the Youth Division and this year won the Premier League Title and Premier League Cup, these being Liscard bronze and Cetco Europe respectively. It is hoped many more teams can go through this process, and Tommy mentioned this great "new idea" from Cheshire FA to introduce this process, and reminded them that the Wallasey Sunday Football League had been doing this for the last TEN YEARS!
Other Committee members provided their input, and election of Officers and Representatives were confirmed with no objections.
No other business was received, but Tomy mentioned that a DVD of the September 50th Anniversary Celebrations was available, and can be obtained from the Website Manager Ray Buckley.
The newly elected teams were asked to stay behind along with the Youth teams for a quick briefing, and the meeting closed at 8.54pm
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Please note Referee Representative Mr Keith Maddox has changed his temporary mobile phone number and can be contacted on his new number which is 07914071922 This has been amemnded in the referee's directory as well.
Will all club secretaries and players please be advised that information relating to games being played or postponed will be conveyed by the League Secretary direct to all club secretaries.
This will take place at the earliest opportunity, especially when the local councils close their facilities due to bad weather.
Club secretaries are responsible to convey the correct message to their players and club members.
Players should not make decisions for fellow team members or their club secretary by conveying the wrong information regarding fixtures.
It is the responsibility of every club secretary to ensure they read the correct information provided to them by the League Secretary.
If you feel the website manager has made an error you can contact him to rectify the mistake on 07909714994.
AFTER THOROUGH INVESTIGATION THE LMC CAME TO A DECISION TO AWARD POINTS TO THE OPPOSITION FOR THE REMAINING GAMES FOR TWO TEAMS THAT HAVE RESIGNED FROM THE LEAGUE.
AUTUMN FC RESIGNED WITH THREE GAMES REMAINING, NEW BRIGHTON YOUTH RESIGNED WITH FOUR GAMES REMAINING. THE SAID GAMES ARE AWARDED AS "AWAY" AND "HOME" WINS RESPECTIVELY IN THE RESULTS COLUMN.
ALL THE MATCHES FOR BOTH TEAMS RESULTS HAVE BEEN SET AS THE 09TH FEBRUARY 2014
**PLEASE CHECK YOUR CLUB'S INSURANCE**
Due to recent events and information received, would all clubs please read their insurance documents and ensure that they provide the cover required during the playing season.
It is the responsibility of each club to ensure their players are insured correctly.
ATTENTION ALL CLUB SECRETARIES
Please be advised to read the enclosed information carefully. Due to some teams having a club secretary that does NOT get involved in team affairs on a weekly basis, information provided is not being transmitted as required to those who actually 'run' the team.
Therefore, all secretaries are urged to pass on all information provided, to those who are 'running' the teams, as these people need to know what is being asked and expected of each and every team?
Information on who to contact etc is very important, especially when referees are changed etc. Please ensure your team 'leader' knows that referee appointments, confirmation of fixtures and information about referees MUST be directed to Mr Keith Maddox 07824169171.
DO NOT CONTACT MYSELF AS KEITH MADDOX IS THE POINT OF CONTACT FOR REFEREE MATTERS!!
ALL teams are also advised to inform all their players and committee etc, that the use of recreational drugs or the smoking of 'pot' and the like is not allowed within this league and is an anti-social behaviour and so they should be deterred from doing so.
FA Law states that such usage is NOT ALLOWED and action can be taken against the offenders.
The Wirral Borough Council also state it is illegal to smoke in their facilities!
Teams should also report such incidents to the League.
Parking of cars at venues can be restricted at times, but that does not allow for players, committee's or supporters to park their vehicles on or around the grassed areas of pitches and definately not between pitches as was seen at Lingham Park recently.
The Wirral Borough Council have stated that any teams found committing this offence will have their pitch allocation removed, which of course would mean expulsion from the League.
All the points raised above are there to ensure you as a club official inform ALL your club members to act in an acceptable manner and abide by FA Law, civil law and League directives.
As stated on all fixtures - the use of foul and offensive language and racial abuse will NOT be tolerated within this league - so inform all associated with your club of these rules.
I do not believe the League should have to make such forthright comments to member clubs, as you should do so of your own will and help to stampout anti-social behaviour at any level.
PLease ensure you adhere to these directives.
League Secretary Tom Potter
BEST OF LUCK TO ALL TEAMS OLD AND NEW FOR THE COMING SEASON, PLEASE ADHERE TO ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS, AND RESPECT OFFICIALS AND FELLOW PLAYERS AND SECRETARIES. COMMITTEE MEMBERS WILL BE OUT AND ABOUT EACH WEEK CHECKING ON TEAMS, AND COULD TURN UP ANYWHERE!!!
One of the new teams in Division Two, PARKVIEW 96FC, will be providing a spread of food each home game at the Parkview Social Club for both home and away teams.
A BRIEF RUNDOWN OF THE AGM CAN BE FOUND IN THE "NOTICE BOARD" SECTION OF THE SITE UNDER "WDSFL AGM 2013, 25th JUNE 2013"
Please note all requests for charity games, tournaments, fun days etc to be displayed on this site, can be found in the NOTICE BOARD section throughout the season.
Teams P GD Pts MILLHOUSE 3 7 7 LISCARD BRONZE 4 5 7 GREAT FLOAT S&S 3 6 6 WINDSOR 4 0 6 CETCO EUROPE 4 -3 6 POULTON ROYAL 2 3 4 THE BLACK FC 4 -4 4 PRIMROSE FC 4 -14 0
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