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Published on Monday, 15 December 2014 09:48
Published on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 15:40
SACRISTON COMMUNITY - Under 9’s appeared before the committee charged with playing an ineligible player against Durham County under 9’s, Sacriston pleaded guilty. The decision of the management committee was to award the game to Durham, Sacriston were to lose 3 points and fined £10.0 as per rules.
BIDDICK FC V TUNSTALL – Under 16’s appeared before the committee charged with bringing the game into disrepute due to the conduct of officials from both clubs, further more Biddick FC were charged with playing an ineligible player who was cup tied after playing in the competition in previous round. Both clubs were warned as to their future good conduct on the disrepute charge. Biddick FC were removed from the cup competition and fined £10.00 as per rules, Tunstall to make progress in the competition.
VELOCITY FC –Under 15’s appeared before the committee charged with bringing the league into disrepute following a complaint from Beamish FC under 15’s against the coach of Velocity. Velocity failed t respond to correspondence from the league on 9th October 2014, therefore he was requested to appear before the committee to explain his disregard for the correspondence. After the coach of Velocity responded to the committee it was decided that Velocity were guilty and fined £10.00 and warned as to their future good conduct.
WILLINGTON – Under 13’s appeared before the committee for fielding an ineligible player in their cup tie with Washington Junior Swifts. Willington were found guilty and removed from the competition and fined £10.00 as per rules, Washington to progress in the competition.
At this stage of the meeting Mick Clark, David Copeland and Tom Swinhoe were requested to leave the committee room, the reason being they decided to charge Riverside under 12’s with fielding two ineligible players in their cup tie against Washington United. Unfortunately Riverside Panthers failed to appear despite correspondence from the league on 21st November 2014 stating if they did not attend the case would be dealt with in their absence. As there was no written or verbal response to this letter the committee decided to deal with the case in their absence. After studying the evidence the committee decided Riverside Panthers contravened rule 7 (b) which states a player must be registered 7 days prior to playing. Riverside Panthers to be removed from the competition and fined £10.00 as per rules Washington United to progress in the competition.
Published on Thursday, 11 December 2014 16:55
The league office will close on Wednesday 24th December 2014 at 1.00p.m. and re-open on Monday 5th January 2015.
Visits will be made periiodically to check any post.
League Fees should have been paid by 1st December, there are still a number of clubs who have failed to to do so, please make sure all fees are paid, league rules will apply to those clubs who have failed to pay.
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FROM ALL AT THE RUSSELL FOSTER YOUTH LEAGUES
Published on Friday, 19 September 2014 12:45
An opportunity is available for you to show your support to the youth and development in the community of our young footballers.
An ideal package is available from the Russell Foster Youth Leagues for you to show your support financially and to enable the youth leagues to carry on the good and hard work enabling young players to enjoy themselves in a safe environment.