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New clubs and teams for Season 2019/20

Sunday 03 March, 2019

The McDonalds Worcester and District Football League are now accepting applications for the 2019/20 season!

If you're interested in joining a great league for the 2019/20 campaign, then please complete an application form and return it to the the League Secretary.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Application Form Links:


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New Club Application Form

 

All applicants will be interviewed

 

So how much does it cost? –

The following is a guide and based on the 2018/19 season and subject to change.

County FA

Before you can play football, you need to affiliate with a County FA.  For us that’s the Worcestershire FA, although our two Colwall sides are affiliated to the Herefordshire FA.  Affiliation usually needs to be completed by the end of June each year.

Last season the County FA affiliation fee, with the minimum mandatory player insurance was £141

Worcester League Fees

New clubs are required to deposit £100 – this will be kept by the league until you withdraw.  This is a one-off deposit and doesn’t need to be paid annually for future seasons.

League fees are formed of 3 parts.  The club/team annual subscription, league insurance and the club monthly draw fee (8 draws with 1 prize of £40, and 3 prizes of £30 each month).

  • Club/Team annual subscription:  £65*
  • League insurance:                           £9
  • Club monthly draw:                        £60

*Since the FA introduced mandatory player insurance, the league has given something back and the past two season it has been £50 cash back against the annual subscription.  Therefore, the club cost for entering one team last season was £84.

Preseason is a busy and often expensive period; therefore, the Worcester League doesn’t collect fees until the end of September after a full month of fixtures.  Furthermore, the fees can be paid in two instalments to spread the cost.  New club deposits require paying by August.

Pitches

It’s the club’s reasonability to provide a suitable venue for fixtures, however the Worcester League help with club requiring a Worcester City Council pitch.  Pitch fees vary.

Referees

It’s the responsibility of the home team to pay the match day referee.  The referee fee is currently £25 plus mileage at 35p per mile up to a maximum of £10.00.

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Information for club secretaries  

There’s plenty more on the website or alternatively please contact the league secretary.

 

 

 


League Roundup 16th December 2018

Sunday 16 December, 2018

Premier leaders Oak Apple were not in action, which meant Callow End and Perrywood, who sit second and third respectively, had the chance to close the surprising gap above them.  Both done the business, with Callow End beating  Fernhill Heath Athletic 3-1 and Perrywood beating Northside 4-2.  St Johns recent dip in form continued as travelling Clifton Rovers put three past them without reply to take all the points. 

Pillar remain top of division one despite being held 1-1 away to bottom side Colwall St James.  FC Malvern got back on track and continued their march towards the top with a narrow 4-3 win away to lowly Lower Teme and Martley.  A Jack Shem double helped Malvern, but a double for Matthew Gardner was not enough for Martley.  Eaton recorded back to back league victories with a two nil away win over PT Eagles.  Jack Courtney and Paulo Anacleto first half strikes were enough to take all 3 points.  A Matthew Bannister hat-trick and a strike from Mark Holbrow wasn’t enough to beat FC Korono in what was a goal fest 4-4 draw.  The rangers also couldn’t be separated as Drakes Broughton Rangers and Malvern Rangers played out a 1-1 draw.  Sam Marshall on target for drakes and Harry Wickett for Vale.

Division 2 saw Droitwich Spa Eagles handing out the thrashing this week as they beat Worcester Saints 9-1.  Hotshots Adam Ellis and Conor Shepard both scored hat-tricks with Will Clutterbuck, Stuart Hatfield and Ethan King also on the scoresheet for the eagles.  Goals from Kieran Hawkes, Joe Morrall and Joe Morrall were the difference as Kempsey beat visitors Perdiswell Colts 3-1.  A 91st minute stinger from Mark Walker ensured that Hornets took something from their encounter with GDL Athletic that finished one each.     

New Dales put Lower Teme & Martley Reserves to the sword 5-1 to maintain the pace as leaders of division 3.  Rik Halion bagged a brace and there were also goals for Nathan Bullock, Declan Andrews and new signing Daniel Parsons.  Powick kept the pressure on the leaders with a Leon Roberts double and a goal from Joseph Spencer helping seal a 3-0 win over Malvern Radar.

You expect to win when you bag four away from home, but that wasn’t the case for Grosvenor Sports FC who lost 6-4 to hosts Worcester Saints.  Jordan Roan netted all four of the Grosvenor goals.  Depleted for a second week, AFC Brickfields battled hard, but it wasn’t to be as visitors Droitwich Spa Eagles Res ran out 4-3 winners.  David Lambert (2) and Aaron Marston scored Brickfields goals and Gav Wood (2), Andy Harvey and Simon Jones netted for Eagles.  Rock-bottom and pointless Eaton Reserves were full of optimism following a couple of new signings, but it wasn’t their day as fellow strugglers Perrywood Reserves took all 3 points with a 2-0 victory.

 


League Roundup 9th December 2018

Sunday 09 December, 2018

Courtesy of Worcester News sport


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