Langbaurgh Sunday League

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.

October's League Fixtures Released
Posted on: Tuesday 27 September 2011

The fixtures for the League in October have now been released on the respective Division's pages.

Please take note of North Riding County Cup matches for those involved, on October 2 (NR Sunday Challenge Cup) and Oct 16 (NR Sunday County Cup) - all ties listed on the North Riding FA's website.

*Do continue getting your scores in to by 5pm on Sundays in order to update results and tables. And if you can, put a small match report in with the email.

Weekly Round Up - September 25
Posted on: Monday 26 September 2011

Division One

Leaders Park End stay top after a close encounter with Acklam Electrical. Despite a McDonald hat-trick and a late Nyananyo goal for the visitors, Park End held out to win 5-4.

Roseberry Park are hot on their tails, however, as they maintained their 100% start to the league season, beating Marton Taxis 3-1. The Black Swan also kept up their winning run as they beat Dormans FIFC 3-1 courtesy of a Chris Corner goal and a Mick Pugh double.

The Cleveland eased past Ormesby with a 3-0 victory, while South Bank FCA won a thrilling encounter with Village Park Rangers 7-4.


Division Two

Lakes United cemented their place at the top of the Division, hammering Ormesby CTP 9-1 to take their goal tally to 16 in three games.

Middlebeck remain second on goal difference after beating Lowe & Simpson Staircases 4-3 in a game that saw the home side four goals up at the break, a late comeback in vain for the visitors – a defeat which leaves Lowe & Simpson Staircases bottom of the Division.

Riverside picked up their first points of the season, beating Courtyard in a close game, 1-0 the score.

There were goals aplenty between Redcar and Marstons, the game ending 3-3 with the latter moving up to fourth in the table.

Stockton Milehouse and Marton Rovers also shared six goals equally in an exciting 3-3 affair which saw Stockton Milehouse grab a last-minute equaliser.


Division Three

The only game in the third division was goalless as The Tiger and FC Khans played out a 0-0 draw.

Weekly Round Up - September 18
Posted on: Tuesday 20 September 2011


Division One

Reigning Division Two champions The Cleveland were made to work hard for the points away at Acklam Electrical, with the home side going two up early in the game, only for a good response from the visitors, leading 3-2 at half-time. The second half belonged to The Cleveland, however, as they pushed on, eventually winning 8-2.

Two goals from Ashley Woodier and one from Mick Pugh ensured The Black Swan sneaked past South Bank, eventually surviving two late penalties to win 3-2 in their first league game of the season.

Roseberry Park continued their good form, overcoming Dormans FIFC 5-1 to go second on goal difference to leaders Park End, who beat Marton Taxis 7-0.

Ormesby FC beat Village Park Rangers by the single goal in the other game in Division One.

Division Two

Ormesby CTP had the result of the day, as they beat Lowe & Simpson Staircases 6-4, scoring two goals in the final five minutes to move off the foot of a fledging table.

Lakes United had a superb 6-0 victory over last season’s Terry Smith Trophy runners-up Riverside to fire them to the top of Division Two, while Stockton Milehouse scraped past Marstons 2-1 in a tightly-contested affair.

Middlebeck continued their great start to the season, overcoming relegated Marton Rovers 2-1, with Courtyard comfortably beating Redcar 9-1.

Division Three

AFC Sheep had the most eye-catching result of the weekend hammering Steel City FC 17-0, taking their goal tally from the opening two games to 27.

FC Khans picked up their first points of the season, with a 3-0 win over Beechwood Youth, while The Buccaneer kept up their 100% league start with a 3-1 win over The Tiger.