2012-2013 Season
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Floodlit Cup draws 2012-13

Presidents cup

Fair Play awards

 

Fairplay is an important part of Charter Standards so the League Management Committee have decided that we will, for this season 2012-13 , fund £600 per year to a fair play awards scheme. The scheme will be open to all full member clubs and will operate as follows:
 
PENALTIES
 
1.    1 point will be recorded against a club for every yellow card that a player from that club receives.
 
2.    3 points will be recorded against a club for every red card that a player from that club receives.
 
3.    10 points will be recorded against a club, who, in the opinion of the management committee, have caused a game to be abandoned.
 
THE AWARDS
 
1.    The season will be divided into 3 parts - August, September and October - November, December and January - February, March and April.
 
2.    Each part of the season, the club from North and the club from the South Division receiving the least penalty points, will receive the sum of £100.
 
3.    If there is a tie for the award then the money will be split equally between the tying clubs.
 
4.    The penalty points will be proportionate to the number of games played by a club in each qualifying period.
 
 
 
August September October      =          North  Clay Cross FC             South   Hucknall Town AFC FC

November December January =           North Dronfield Town FC        South  Blidworth Welfare FC

February March April                 =           North  Bentley Colliery FC      South   Hucknall Town AFC
 
 
Very well done to all teams including the award winners

 

MKS 09/5/13


Round Up

CENTRAL MIDLANDS LEAGUE REVIEW FOR MAY 4TH

        Dronfield Town are a point away from the championship of the Black Dragon Badges North division after their 3-0 win at Brodsworth Welfare. Two goals from Ritchie Marples and one for Ade Ashton means that a draw in their final match against Easington United next Saturday will ensure that they finish in the promotion spot. Clay Cross Town and Harworth Colliery shared the points in a one all draw, both clubs will finish in the top five. In an even contest, Luke Beatson’s early goal for Clay Cross was equalised on the stroke of half time by Harworth’s Matt Smith. In the other game in this section, Phoenix won 4- 2 at Bentley Colliery. The home side led at the break with two goals from Chris Freeman, but Phoenix rallied in the second half, their goals coming from Andy Garlick (2), Sam Hadfield and Steve Spence.

        Things are not so clear cut in the Black Dragon Badges South division. Current leaders Pinxton just managed to beat bottom side Blidworth Welfare, a single goal from Jay Cooper all that separated the sides. That completes Pinxton’s fixtures, all they can do now is look over their shoulders at Sutton Town, who are ten points behind them, but have five games to play. Sutton turned up the heat with a 6-3 win at Hucknall Town. Goalscorers here were Garry Atkins and Craig Mitchell with two each, Chris Rhodes and Gavin Short for the Snipes, Joe Lomax (2) and Tom Crisp for Hucknall. Bilborough Pelican won 4-2 at South Normanton to remain in second place, Tim Cullinan scoring twice, Jordan Prance and Joseph Byrne also on target for Pelican, while Carey Knight and Martin Lench claimed the goals for the Shiners. Belper United picked up maximum points at home to Nottingham United their 2-0 victory coming through goals from Luke Crosby and Kyle Wadsworth. Southwell City came out on top against Linby Colliery, a goal by Ben Smith enough to see the Minstermen home.

        There were just two games in the Reserve Supreme division, and Dronfield Town leapfrogged Staveley into second place with an 8-1 drubbing of Holbrook Sports. Scott Austin led the way with a hat trick, Charles Bradwell added two and there was one apiece for Jonny Pugh, Sam Fisher and Mitch Clarke. Holbrook's consolation came from Immanuel Freeman. Staveley Miners Welfare could only draw at Borrowash Victoria, meaning both they and Dronfield are four points adrift of leaders Dunkirk. Shay Wiggins scored for Vics, Lee Naughton replying for the visitors.

        Only one game survived in the CU Phosco Lighting Reserve Premier division, Harworth Colliery beating Sherwood Colliery by two goals to one, Kyle Pashley and Chris Leather the Harworth scorers.

        This will be the final review for this season, hopefully the sun will shine on Devon for the next couple of weeks !!. Hope to be with you all again next season.

                                                                                                          Richard Lane

mks 4/5/13


Committee Meetings 2012-13

The CMFL League management meetings will take place on the first Monday in the months Sept 2012- May 2013

Any matters that have been indicated to teams that will be put before the full committee will happen on the above stated day, and any decision relating will be informed to all parties invovled within 7 days of such meeting.

 

 

MKS General Secretary 13th August 2012


CMFL Sponsors 2012/13
SPONSORS SEASON 2012 - 2013
 
 
 
 
OFFICIAL SPONSORS OF THE CENTRAL MIDLANDS FOOTBALL LEAGE
 
WINDSOR FOOD SERVICE
Tel: 0122 6274333. Fax: 0122 6757393. Email:sales@windsorfoodservices. www.windsorfoodservice.co.uk
 
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
 
DIVISION NORTH
BLACK DRAGON
Tel: 01253729962      Mobile: 07775 955559           Fax: 01253 720611     www.blackdragonbadges.co.uk
 
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
 
DIVISION SOUTH
BLACK DRAGON
Tel: 01253729962      Mobile: 07775 955559           Fax: 01253 720611     www.blackdragonbadges.co.uk
 
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
 
RESERVE SUPREME DIVISION
TBC
 
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
RESERVE PREMIER DIVISION
CU PHOSCO LIGHTING
Tel: 07590227786 Fax: 01920 860635. Email: n.johnson@cuphosco.co.uk           http://www.cuphosco.com
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP
BARIS
Tel: 01623 441442     Fax: 01623 441443     Email: sales@baris.co.uk      http://www.baris.co.uk
 
                                                                                                                                                                       
 
 
FLOODLIT CUP AND RESERVES LEAGUE CUP
PHOENIX TROPHIES

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RINGING OF RESULTS / PROGRAMMES

PLEASE NOTE THE TXT SERVICE WILL CONTINUE FOR SEASON 2012-13:

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INTRUCTIONS BELOW

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Also all Matchday Programmes with immediate effect to be sent to Mark K Senior General Secretary

 

MKS 5-8-12

 

 IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT;

Home Team + Score        Away Team + Score

 

 

Home  first name, last name and how many goals -(ensure correct spelling)

 

 

 

 

Away - first name, last name and how many goals -(ensure correct spelling)

 

 

5-8-12   (MKS)

 


Team of the Month

 Team of the Month for April   2013.

Clifton All Whites . FC

In addition to the presentation by the League Sponsors CU Phosco Lighting, clubs will also, for this season 2012-13, receive an award of £100.



MKS 09/5/13


CMFL Officers 2011/12

President-: Tony Goodacre

 

Chairman-: John Cornthwaite

 

Vice Chairman-: Peter Whitehead

 

General Secretary-:Mark K Senior

 

Fixtures Secretary-: Andrew Harland

 

Referees' Secretary-: Jim Sharp

 

Registrations Secretary-: Paul Hunter

 

Treasurer-: Tony Baugh

 

 Management Committee-:  John Ewards, Stuart Walker,Philip Dawson