Langbaurgh Sunday League

Weekly Round-Up - October 30
Posted on: Monday 31 October 2011


Division One

Village Park Rangers and Roseberry Park played out a storming game, that ended up 3-3, with both sides having to settle for a point.

The Black Swan, who lost their goalkeeper moments before kick-off, overcame Marton Taxis 4-0.

Ormesby FC lead 5-0 with 20 minutes remaining against Dormans FIFC, before three late strikes saw the game end 5-3.

Park End, who ended the game with nine men after two second half dismissals, shared the spoils with newly-promoted The Cleveland in a 2-2 scoreline.

Division Two

Courtyard travelled Ormesby CTP and triumphed 3-0 in a game that was somewhat overshadowed by a leg-breaking injury to a visiting player.

Stockton Milehouse eased past Redcar FC (The Clarry) with a comfortable 7-0 victory.

A 75th minute equaliser for Middlebeck saw them secure a point against Riverside FC in an evenly-contested game that ended 2-2.

Marton Rovers came from a goal down to lead the game 2-1 courtesy of a Jonny Curwen brace, before Lakes United hit back to level, only for Roy Moffat to fire his side back in front, bagging the winner to secure a 3-2 win for Marton Rovers.

Lowe & Simpson Staircases overcame Marstons 5-2.

Division Three

The Tiger overcame Steel City 2-0 to record their first win of the season, courtesy of two brilliant goals from Daniel Brady.

FC Khans won 3-1 away at Piper FC, a win that sees them to within two points of the summit.


Weekly Round-Up October 23
Posted on: Monday 24 October 2011

Division One

League leaders Park End were ran close by Village Park Rangers, with the reigning champions sneakinga 4-3 victory.

Marton Taxis and South Bank FCA equally shared eight goals, in a thrilling 4-4 draw, while The Black Swan couldn't find a way past a stubborn Roseberry Park, the game ending 0-0.

Ormesby eased past Acklam Electrical, running out 5-2 winners.

Division Two

Middlebeck cruised past Redcar FC (The Clarry), with a comfortable 6-2 victory which takes them level on points with leaders Courtyard, who came back from 2-0 down against Lowe & Simpson Staircases, who ended the game with 10 men.

Lakes United kept the pressure on at the top, with a 2-1 win over Stockton Milehouse, with all the scoring coming in the first half. The result takes Lakes United to within a point of the summit, with just one point covering the top three sides.

Riverside secured a deserved three points over Ormesby CTP with a 2-0 victory, courtesy of first half goals from Frazer Lambert and Mark Smith.

Division Three

Beechwood Youth cruised to victory with a 13-0 win over Piper FC, more than doubling the goal tally for the season.

The Buccaneer were pushed close by Steel City FC, but eventually ran out 4-3 winners.

AFC Sheep kept up their impressive form, cementing their first place with a 2-0 win over The Tiger.


Weekly Round Up - October 16
Posted on: Sunday 16 October 2011

There were just six fixtures in the Langbaurgh Sunday League this weekend, due to participations in the North Riding Sunday County Cup.

Division One

In the only game in Division One, Dormans FIFC came back from 1-0 down to level through James Magowan, before Liam Thompson bagged a brace to secure a 3-2 win over Acklam Electrical.

Division Two

Draws were the order of the day in Division Two, three of the four games ending with the same scoreline.

Marton Rovers took an early one-goal lead against Courtyard, only to soon find themselves 2-1 down, before scorer of the first goal, Jonny Curwen grabbed another to secure a share of the spoils.

Middlebeck and Stockton Milehouse also played out a 2-2 draw in a tight game in the upper reaches of the table.

Another game and another 2-2 draw, as Riverside took an early lead, only to find themselves 2-1 down against Lowe & Simpson Staircases, before snatching a point through a last-gasp penalty which turned out to be the final kick of the game.

Ormesby CTP and Redcar shared six goals equally in a 3-3 draw in another hard-fought stalemate.

Division Three

The only game in Division Three saw Steel City FC pick up their first win of the season, beating Piper FC 5-1.

Weekly Round Up - October 9
Posted on: Sunday 9 October 2011

Division One

Park End secured their fourth straight win to maintain their 100% start to the season, overcoming South Bank FCA 6-0.

Village Park Rangers picked up their second win of the campaign, beating Dormans FIFC 5-2, inspired by a hat-trick from Lee Botterill.

It was a game of two-halves between The Cleveland and The Black Swan, as Ashley Woodier hit the visitors in front, minutes after being denied a penalty. But after the break, The Cleveland came back and with a penalty of their own, drew level, before going on to snatch all three points with a 2-1 win.

Roseberry Park and Ormesby played out a tight affair, the game ending in a 3-3 draw.

Division Two

Courtyard surged to the top of Division Two with a solid 4-2 win over Marstons.

They took advantage, after Lakes United could only draw 1-1 with Middlebeck, who sit second and third respectively, two points behind the leaders.

Ormesby CTP pulled off a 2-1 victory over Stockton Milehouse, who lose their 100% start in the process.

Marton Rovers came out on top in a well-contested match against Riverside, in which they won 4-2.

Lowe & Simpson Staircases picked up their first points of the season with a 6-2 win over Redcar FC (The Clarry), courtesy of a Chris Taylor hat-trick.

Division Three

AFC Sheep came back from their first defeat of the season last week, in spectacular fashion, smashing The Piper 19-0 to take their goal tally to 50 in four games.

Beechwood Youth picked up their second victory of the league season, hammering Steel City FC 7-1.

Weekly Round Up - October 2
Posted on: Tuesday 4 October 2011

On a weekend of reduced fixtures due to the North Riding Challenge Cup, there were just seven games in the League.

Division One

The Black Swan kept up their 100% start to the season, courtesy of an Ashley Woodier hat-trick, a brace from Darren Smith and a goal from Mick Pugh, overcoming Village Park Rangers 6-1.

Acklam Electrical were humbled at home, as newly-promoted Roseberry Park kept up their early surge, winning 5-0.

Division Two

Stockton Milehouse retained their unbeaten start to the league season, but had to come from 2-0 down at half-time against bottom side Lowe & Simpson Staircases. A stunning looping volley hauled the visiting side level, before an own goal saw Stockton Milehouse run out deserved 3-2 winners.

A stunning overhead kick in the final minute saw Courtyard snatch victory over early-leaders Lakes United, in a game that also ended 3-2.

Division Three

FC Khans beat Steel City 7-3, in another high-scoring game in the third Division, while early leaders AFC Sheep tasted defeat for the first time, losing a keenly-contested game with Beechwood Youth 5-4.


Committee Meeting
Posted on: Wednesday 28 September 2011

All Committee Members are to note a meeting for Monday 3 October; 7pm at St Peter's Social Club.