Peter Brown Craven
Results Week Ending 6 December 2009
Southport Trinity Blue 0-5 Southport Trinity White
Southport FC Yellow 0-5 Southport Trinity
Tarleton Corinthians 5-1 Redgate Rovers
Southport Trinity 4-2 Formby JSC
Jaguars White 1-0 Ainsdale Juniors
Southport Trinity 7-0 Formby JSC
Town Green 2-2 Southport FC Juniors
Ainsdale Juniors 5-0 Hesketh Colts Red
Jaguars 2-2 Southport FC Juniors
Town Green 4-1 Formby JSC Black
Fixtures Week Ending
13 December 2009
Redgate Rovers Yellow v Southport FC Yellow
Formby JSC White v Town Green Pumas
Birkdale Falcons v Town Green Jaguars
Birkdale Eagles v Ormskirk FC Juniors
Southport Trinity White v Southport Trinity Blue
Formby FC Yellow v Town Green Lions
Formby JSC Black v Birkdale United R
Ormskirk FC A v Tarleton Corinthians
Ainsdale Juniors v Ormskirk FC B
Southport FC Black v Formby FC Blue
Southport Trinity v Southport FC Yellow
Tarleton Corinthians v Burscough FC Juniors
Great Crosby United v Formby JSC
Southport FC Juniors Black v Formby FC Juniors
Birkdale United v Southport FC Juniors Yellow
Ainsdale Juniors v Jaguars Red
Jaguars White v Ormskirk West End
Ainsdale Juniors v Formby JSC
Birkdale Black v Burscough FC Juniors
Formby FC Juniors v Southport FC Yellow
Hesketh Colts v Birkdale United
Redgate Rovers v Southport Trinity
Southport FC Black v Town Green
Formby JSC B v Ormskirk West End
Redgate Rovers Yellow v Birkdale United N
Southport FC Juniors v Formby JSC A
Southport Trinity v Town Green
Ainsdale Juniors v Billinge
Birkdale United G v Hesketh Colts Red
Formby FC Juniors v Crosby Stuart
Hesketh Colts Blue v Redgate Rovers Green
Millfarm v Southport FC Black
Ormskirk West End Blue v Town Green
AFC Liverpool v Ainsdale Juniors
Birkdale United v Formby FC Blue
Jaguars v Southport FC Yellow
Southport FC Black v Hesketh Colts
Redgate Rovers v Ormskirk West End
Southport FC Juniors v Formby FC Juniors
Town Green v Jaguars
Ainsdale Juniors v Halsall
Billinge v Hesketh Colts
Forefield Rangers v Formby JSC Black
Formby JSC A v west Lancs Colts
Ormskirk West End v Town Green
Seldons v Southport FC Juniors
Reports Week Ending
6 December 2009 -
Under 11 -
Southport Trinity 4 Formby Junior Sports Club 2
Trinity welcomed Formby JSC to the Rookery in a top of the table
clash which proved to be an absolute Christmas cracker.
The game kicked off with both teams looking to get the ball down and
play football. Formby carved out the first chance of the match but
Tom Simpson held well. Aidan Darcy then played in Will Jones who
fired straight at the keeper.
Formby won a corner after Tom Simpson made a great save from their
forward, who then rose above the crowd to head Formby into the lead.
Trinity pushed forward with Liam Parker creating a chance again the
Formby keeper held well. Lewis Harwood then drew Trinity level after
a quick throw down the right, he found himself in the box with space
which allowed him time to smash in off the bar.
Formby came straight back with Conor Ward and Alex Wong standing up
well but they took the lead after a brilliant turn on the edge of
the box. Formby’s forward curled his shot round a player and past
our keeper to make it 2-1.
Trinity again found themselves behind but with half time approaching
Lewis Harwood played Aidan Darcy in down the right who's first time
pass sent Will Jones clear and he finished with great composure to
bring the half to a close all square.
The second half started with Trinity coming out the quicker Jamie
McCormack winning the 50/50 tackles and Lewis Harwood driving them
forward, They created some good chances which were wasted and some
great defending at the other end kept the game tense.
Trinity then took the lead for the first time, with Jimmy Cantrill
latching onto a loose ball in the box, He calmly turned back inside
to lift the ball over the defenders for 3-2.
Formby tried hard to get back into the match and should have drawn
level after their forward held off a couple of tackles and rounded
the keeper only to fire wide.
A late flurry of corners caused panic in Trinity's box but with time
running out and Formby chasing the game Trinity killed the game.
Alex Wong winning the ball on the edge of his own box played Will
Jones in down the left who held the ball up and cooly lifted it over
the last defender for Aidan Darcy to slot home.
Both teams today played some outstanding football with some world
class finishes and creative play, it was a total pleasure to watch.
Trinity's man of the match went to Aidan Darcy for an incredible
captain’s display of pace, passing and a cool finish at the end.
A Mention must go to Ref Alex Baldwin who was outstanding.