The Taylor&Emmet Sunday Junior Challenge Cup

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Round 4 Draw

All matches will be played on Sunday 20th November 2011 – 11 AM Kick OFF

Aston Village v Dodworth Miners Welfare

Mosborough v Anchor

East Dene Social Club v The Chantrey Arms

Hatfield Celtic v Sterling Commodities

Conisbrough Conyers v Horse & Groom Town

Wincobank Forum v Oughtibridge Village

Shiregreen v Chaucer Social Club

Locke Park WMC v The Kings Head

Earl Grey TR v The Alpine

Old Blue Ball v Harthill Blue Bell

Rawson Spring v Niagara

Penistone Church v Eastfield Harriers

Butchers Arms United v Jockey Athletic

AFC Cusworth v Elsecar Fitzwilliam

Esteban v P & M Leisure

Wadworth Sports & Social v Woolley

Wheatley Hotel EC v Carpenters Arms

Mexborough George & Dragon v Ivanhoe

Ingsfield Lane v South Kirkby Colliery

West Green W.M.C v Tumbler

Welfare v Hackenthorpe

Thorpe Hesley Village v Hollin Bush

Grove Carvery v Aston Rosegarth Football Club

Beighton Falcons v African Dream Team

Rossington Utd v Station 2007

Hackenthorpe Villa v Ranch

Queens Ground v Royal Albert

City Taxis New Inn v Lundwood & District

Harworth Blacksmiths Arms v Greasborough Crown

Hall Green United v Memories

The Crown Inn v Joker Tap Room

Grey Horse v Earl Marsh

Results and Fixtures can be accessed throughout the competition by clicking

http://www.sheffieldfa.com/FixturesAndResults/CountyCups/SundayJuniorChallengeCup/?js=1&tab=fixtures

The Taylor&Emmet Sunday Senior Challenge Cup

Round 4 Draw

All matches will be played on Sunday 20th November 2011 – 11 AM Kick OFF

Athersley Recreation v Pack Horse Inn

Swinton W.M.C. v Kinsley Hotel

Sprotbrough v Wombwell Main

Mosborough v Worksop Borough

Maltby Haynook v Redbrook New Inn

JSS Pot v Laycock Sports or Adam & Eve

Brownes Bar v Westville

Pitsmoor Royal Oak v St Josephs

Lundwood v Old Hall Inn

Queens Tap Room v Three Magpies Football Club

Stannington Village v Brinsworth Whitehill

Joker v Canklow Hare & Hounds

Southey Social Club v Black Bull Shepley

Aquaforce v Toll Bar

The Dearne Valley v AFP

Wadsley Bridge WMC v Upton Wrangbrook

Originally published on 1st September 2011

£4m sport and community vision unveiled by Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA for South East Sheffield

A £4m cutting edge scheme to deliver a new sporting and community hub for south east Sheffield has been submitted to city planners.

The Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association (SHCFA) has exciting and far reaching plans for the development of a community football centre on the site of the former Westfield School.

The Westfield Community Football Centre will see the development of a sporting hub for the community, the engagement and regeneration through sport to build a better and healthier future for residents and the relocation of the Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA to the 28-acre site.

James Hope-Gill, SHCFA chief executive, said: “The creation of this community sporting hub will put sport at the heart of the community in South East Sheffield and use sport as a tool for community regeneration.

“Football has significant potential to be used as a catalyst to encourage physical activity and healthy living for all the community across a wide range of programmes, some of which won’t be directly related to football.”

Currently the site, which used to house the old school sports centre, offers eight poorly drained pitches with vandalised changing facilities used by just over 20 weekend football and rugby union teams.

The future vision through an organised development and community programme accessed seven days a week sees numerous 11-a-side, 9-a-side and 5-a-side weekly football matches, rugby union teams training and matches, jogging, cycling and archery clubs, as well as coach and education courses for 1,500 attendees.

Facilities proposed for the site include a full size third generation artificial floodlit pitch with stand, 5-a-side pitches, up to eight grass pitches for football and rugby, a Fitness Unlimited gym built and managed by Sheffield International Venues (SIV), jogging and cycle track, physiotherapy clinic, community multi-purpose meeting rooms and classrooms, social facility and changing rooms.

A new access route will be created via Moss Way as part of the plans.

The SHCFA has been working closely with the Westfield community including Mosborough Miners Welfare, who have managed the site for the past five years, through consultation and has highlighted key issues including rising obesity in young people, tackling anti-social behavior and the fear of crime, improving educational standards, and the development of more cohesive communities as key drivers of the project.

James said: “The County FA has developed strong links with the local community in determining what their needs are and the exact activities and facilities required on site ensuring the community will regard the site as being for them, as well as ensuring the current teams playing on the site still have access.

“We believe our plans would contribute significantly to the delivery of local priorities outlined in the South East Area plans and the recently completed Playing Pitch Strategy.

“The facilities and programmes that will be developed by the County FA and other agencies will address local training, grassroots club development, active play for children, local recruitment, community activities and potentially GP referrals and other health initiatives in addition to expanding existing specific football initiatives.”

It is hoped the relocation of the County FA’s office to the site will allow its activities including seminars, coaching, courses, tournaments, festivals, conferences and events to be centralised helping to cut down on current expenditure on hiring facilities, as well has being the hub for providing the infrastructure for 120,000 grassroots participants in the region.

James added: “Sport is important to local people and brings fun, challenge and competition, as well as opportunities for social interaction as part of leisure activities.

“It is essential the site becomes the hub of the community not only for footballing activities but also by groups who are not involved in football, both young and old.

“Access to sports facilities or services that meet local needs positively influence the community’s perceptions of their local area, particularly for children and young people.”

Arnie Hattersley, from Mosborough Miners Welfare, said: “The vision for the centre is to provide a sport facility for the whole community and at the same time use sport to deliver wider social outcomes of inclusion, crime reduction, health improvement, educational attainment and civic pride for residents, utilising the power of sport to build a better future.

“We have been involved from the start as an important partner with the County FA’s plans and have provided valuable input into what local people need and want, as well as managing the site and ensuring teams can keep on playing while the project has been developed.”

Funding for the community project is expected to come from grants via The Football Association, The Football Foundation, Sport England and the Rugby Football Union plus some capital from the County FA. Naming rights and sponsorship opportunities will also be considered.

Steve Brailey, SIV chief executive, added: “SIV is delighted to work in partnership with the County FA in this important community project.”

Building would start in 2012 once funding and planning timescales are finalised, with a view to the site opening in 2013.

Sheffield and Hallamshire County FA

The County FA was formed in 1886 as the governing body for football for the area within 20 miles of Sheffield Cathedral. In June 2001, the County FA was incorporated into a Private Company Limited by Guarantee (without a Share Capital).

The principle aims of the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Football Association Limited (The County FA) are to manage, promote, develop and regulate football within the area in order to “use the power of football to build a better future”.

The County FA aims to increase participation, quality and the enjoyment of football through 4 key ‘strategic pillars’:

‘Football for life’: lifelong participation in football

‘Opportunities for all’ to participate in football

‘Football in Education’: focus on children/youth

‘Club Development’: clubs focused on development

The County FA’s Football Development Department manages, with a diverse range of partners, a football development programme for the football community including a comprehensive education programme covering all aspects of the game, with courses being run throughout the area. This year over 2,000 candidates will attend various courses promoted by the County FA. The department also deals with Child Welfare, Charter Standard, Women’s and Girls Football, Volunteer Development, Representative Football, a Schools Programme, Equity, Disability Football, Social Inclusion, Mini Soccer and grant funding through the Football Foundation.

The County FA’s Governance Department has responsibility for all traditional aspects of the game such as membership services, discipline, county cups, player registrations, referees and PR and marketing. It has in excess of 5,000 affiliated teams and over 900 referees, runs eight cup competitions, a representative U18 boys team, and provides a service to a football community of approximately 120,000 people within the area each week.

In the last few years the County FA has won two National Football Development Awards for its work with Small Sided Football and Girls & Women’s Football, as well as two awards from UEFA for the development of Futsal. It was a finalist in the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Sporting Services award in 2010.

Using its business networks in 2010, it negotiated and delivered over 11,000 pairs of new football boots to the “Boots for Africa” charity.

The County FA led the football development work and legacy strategy for Sheffield’s bid to host FIFA 2018 World Cup matches, in addition to having representation on the Executive Bid Team.

Planned activities list

WHAT WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN?

WHAT WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR ADULTS?

Play Football – mini-soccer, 9v9 or 11-aside

Turn up and play – fun, competitive, distractionary activities

Turn up and be coached – fun, competitive, distractionary activities

Structured coaching sessions

Disability football coaching

Disability football playing opportunities

Multi sport playing opportunities – football, rugby, archery, running, cycling

Safe and fun environment

Training with his/her team

Matches with his/her team

Birthday parties

Holiday camps – play, coached, health, social cohesion

School lessons

Multi-sport opportunities,

Structured football coaching,

Generic LTPD (Long Term Player Development) programmes,

Disability football development centre

Community led events,

Midweek school events and lessons

Young leaders developed,

Local social cohesion programmes delivered through football,

Learning through links with local schools/college,

Local/regional FA events,

Home of a county-wide Tesco skills team for 5-11 year olds,

Development of skills for referees/administrators/coaches

Social & Human Development modules

Learn to Coach

Learn to Referee

Learn to First Aid

Social events

Community Activities – led by S&HCFA and community

Play Football – 11-aside or 5-aside

Turn up and play

Turn up and be coached

Safe and fun environment

Training with his/her team

Matches with his/her team

Disability football coaching

Disability football playing opportunities

Multi sport playing opportunities – football, rugby, archery, running, cycling

Learn to Coach – local, Sheffield and South Yorkshire impact

Learn to Referee – local, Sheffield and South Yorkshire impact

Learn to First Aid – local, Sheffield and South Yorkshire impact

Learn to be a better administrator – club, league, District FA

Coach & Education Programme opportunities

Social events – bar and catering

Multi-sport opportunities,

Structured football coaching,

Generic LTPD (Long Term Player Development) programmes,

Disability football development centre

Community led events,

Community Activities led by the community – flower arranging to art classes

Community Activities led by S&HCFA – how to fundraise to healthy living classes

Community led Crèche facilities

Midweek school events and lessons

Young leaders developed,

Local social cohesion programmes delivered through football,

Learning through links with local schools/college,

Local/regional FA events,

Home of a county-wide Tesco skills team for 5-11 year olds,

Development of skills for referees/administrators/coaches

Community Activities – led by S&HCFA and community

Use of gymnasium and dance/class studio

Access to physiotherapist

GP referrals