Results : The Craven & District FA

COUNTY JUNIOR TROPHY UNDER 14 RESULT

March 2, 2017

GRASSINGTON JUNIORS 2 WIGTON MOOR 14

NORMAN PRATT TROPHY RESULTS 21 JANUARY 2017

December 20, 2016

NORMAN PRATT TROPHY

WADDINGTON FC  2  SETTLE UNITED AFC  0

INGLETON FC  4  RIMINGTON FC

 

CRAVEN CHALLENGE CUP RESULTS 21 JANUARY 2017

December 20, 2016

CRAVEN CHALLENGE CUP

SKIPTON TOWN AFC  5 GRINDLETON FC  2 AET

ROLLS FC  1  GRASSINGTON UNITED FC  4

BARNOLDSWICK TOWN EL  1  CARLETON SPORTS FC  6

SEDBERGH WANDERERS FC  11  AFC BARNOLDSWICK  1

WRCFA COUNTY CUP RESULTS JANUARY 2017

December 14, 2016

COUNTY TROPHY 7 JANUARY 2017

BAILDON TRINITY ATHLETIC 3    ROLLS FC RESERVES 2

 

UNDER 14 JUNIOR TROPHY  8 JANUARY 2017

ECCLESHILL JUNIOR EAGLES  1 GRASSINGTON JUNIORS 4

WRCFA DECEMBER COUNTY CUP RESULTS

December 14, 2016

WRCFA Results 3 December 2016, kick off 2:00pm

 

Challenge Cup

 

Ryburn Rye Utd  v  Skipton LMS FC (Home Walkover)

 

Challenge Trophy

 

Kirby Malzeard Res   0  Rolls FC Res  4

 

Settle Utd FC Res  0  Springhead Res  4

 

 

Junior Trophies 4 December 2016

 

 Under 14

 

Whitkirk Wanderers  v Grassington (Away Walkover)

 

Under 16

 

Rothwell 3  Grassington  0

Norman Pratt Trophy Games Results Saturday 17 December 2016

November 30, 2016

Skipton Town AFC Res v Bradley FC Res            2-1

Rolls FC Res v Waddington FC Res                        0-3

Grassington Utd FC Res v Settle Utd AFC Res   2-6

Craven Challenge Cup Games Results Saturday 17 December 2016

November 30, 2016

Rolls FC  v  Grassington United FC                  Abandoned

Pendle Renegades v Barnoldswick Town EL   2-2 AET 1-4 penalties

Grindleton FC v Skipton Town AFC                   Postponed

 

West Riding County Cup Results

November 17, 2016

WRCFA County Cup Competition Results October 2016

County Challenge Cup 

Grassington United 1  Overthorpe FC  1 Grassington won 3-0 on penalties

Ryburn 3  Rimington FC  0

Ventus Yeadon Celtic 1  Settle United AFC  4

Challenge Trophy Results

Rolls FC Reserves 4  Cricketers AFC  1

Settle United AFC Reserves 4  West Horton FC  3

WRCFA Junior Trophies Results

Under 12

Grassington Juniors 7 Kirkheaton Lions  3

Bingley 1  Barnoldswick Barons  12

Skipton Juniors 2 Dewsbury Rangers  4

Under 16

Grassington Juniors 5  Salts Lions  1

Burley Trojans 5  Skipton Juniors  1

Amarath  7  Settle United  2

Under 18

Robin Hood Athletic 2  Skipton Juniors  0

WRCFA County Cup Competition Results November 2016

 Challenge Cup

Grassington United FC  1  Hampsthwaite United  2

Skipton LMS FC  4  Junction Rastrick Inn  2

Leeds City  2  Rolls FC  0

Carlton Athletic  5  Settle United AFC  1

Challenge Trophy

Sherburn WR  Reserves  1  Rolls FC Reserves  4

Ilkley Town Reserves  4  Bradley FC  3

Route 1 Rovers  0  Settle United Reserves  2 Game abandoned after 91 minutes 

Under 12 Junior Shield

Barnoldswick Barons 1 Pannal Sports  3

Grassington Juniors  5  Aberford Albion  6

Under 14 Junior Trophy

Bingley Juniors  5 Grassington Juniors  9

Keighley Shamrocks  6  Embsay Juniors  0

Skipton Juniors  1  Knaresborough Celtic  3

Under 16 Junior Cup 

Grassington Juniors  4  Knaresborough Celtic  1

County Cup 

Harrogate Town  4  Barnoldswick Town  0

SKIPTON LMS FC WIN THE CRAVEN CHALLENGE CUP

May 16, 2016

Craven Challenge Cup Final

Settle United AFC 1 Skipton LMS FC 1 (AET) Skipton LMS win 3-1 on penalties

 

An enthralling cup match played in front of a bumper crowd at Skipton Town AFC saw Skipton LMS win the Craven Cup for the first time in 13 years following a repeat of the 2003 final. Two survivors from that game, Settles David Worthington and LMS’s Wilf Freakes played major parts in a very tight game. Worthington prompting from midfield kept his young team mates purring along while

” Freaksy” was the match winner for LMS with three saves in the penalty shoot out, which his team won 3-1.

Settle United dominated the game for large parts as they stifled LMS who just couldn’t get in to their rhythm. Settle created the early chances with LMS keeper Will Freakes making a couple of crucial saves from Mark Loughlin and Lee Walker. Despite their nervousness it was LMS then that had the chances with Matthew Simpson and Ian Craven both failing to convert good opportunities and the half finished even.

Settle then took control of the early exchanges of the 2nd half and eventually took the lead through a Lee Walker goal after good work from Luke Hepton. LMS still struggled to get a foothold on the game but a small tactical change saw their fortunes change and they pushed to get the equalizer and it duly came when Settle failed to deal with a free kick resulting in Captain Chris Simpson smashing the ball home following good work from Joel Timmins and Ian Craven with virtually the last kick of the game.

Extra time came and went with LMS dominating the 30 minutes as Settle began to tire but LMS  failed to score the crucial goal and so it went to penalties and up stepped the hero of the moment Will Freakes who saved 3 penalties in the shoot out and that combined with scored penalties from Ian Craven, Matthew Simpson and Chris Simpson saw the celebrations begin and LMS lifting the much coveted Craven Challenge Cup. There were several eye catching performances including Robert Bingham and Oliver Hurst of LMS, while the clash of Barnoldswick Town team mates Matthew Simpson and Elliot Firth was also a feature with Firth’s display earning him the Ronnie Jones man of the Match Award.

It was a good match to watch, one that certainly did the prestigious cup proud, sincere commiserations must go to Settle who played very well. Referee Matthew Buckmaster and his team of Ray Torczuk and Chas Veighey gave an excellent contribution to the game. but huge congratulations to LMS who have had an excellent season and this Cup win coming on the back of extraordinary unbeaten Premier Division season.

The Craven Challenge Cup and trophies were presented to the teams by former Football League Referee and Craven FA Secretary, Mr Bob Turner

Morrison Cup Final Result

May 10, 2016

Hellifield Sports FC  4  Sedbergh Wanderers FC  1 (AET)

Morrison Cup Final

Hellifield Sports lifted the Morrison Cup after a 4-1 victory over Sedbergh Wanderers. This was a feisty and competitive encounter with the winners requiring extra time to seal the game. Hellifield, winners of Division 3 in the Craven League had to withstand early pressure defending stoutly and relying on spasmodic breaks. It was they who took the lead in the 33rd minute through a Carl Stanford free kick. In the second half Sedbergh increased the tempo and scorned several chances before Aaron Siemaszko scored from the penalty spot with 5 minutes to go, much to the delight of their travelling support. In extra time a superbly struck shot from Kris Attewell restored the lead and Sebergh’s task was made harder when their goal scorer was sent off. Stanford completed his hat trick with two further goals. Both teams should be congratulated for a good old fashioned game of football full of pride and energy, full of skill to keep the large crowd on their toes.

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