A report from the Leagues ECFA Representative Dave Emerton has been uploaded to the web site This report contains important information regarding suspensions and postponed fixtures, the Whole Game System and Football Discipline procedure. There are also details of new coaching courses. It is highly recommended that you read this report ECFA Representatives Report
For the foreseeable future Kevin Pratt can only be contacted on his mobile or by e-mail.
You are reminded that, if you are the HOME team you must send in results of your County Cup match by SMS by 5:30 p.m. The only time you must send in the result if you are the AWAY team is if you are playing a team from outside our League Clubs that get it Read More
It has come to the Leagues attention that there have been cases of the team list shown on Full Time not being the same as the Team Sheet given to clubs before the match. Clubs are reminded of the contents of League Rule 11 (A) which states:- Clubs are required to check the names shown Read More
Some clubs have had problems when they have signed players on on the day of matches only to find that those players are already registered with other clubs in our League. Whilst the practice of signing players on on the day should be avoided, if you must do so you are advised to check to Read More
The Leagues E.C.F.A. Representative has advised as follows:- The serving of multiple suspensions has changed. Suspensions from All Football (i.e. misconduct) will take precedence over the standard red card suspensions which only affect the specific category of football. Therefore, for example, if a player is one match into serving a 3 match suspension from Saturday Read More
You are all aware that our Registration Secretary, Phil Coulthard, has been unwell this season. This role has been filled temporarily by other Officers in addition to their normal responsibilities. I am pleased to inform you that Mark Rule will take over the post on a permanent basis with effect from this Monday 21st September. Read More
The League use Twitter to get important information out to clubs in our League as soon as possible. Several clubs have said that they do not do Twitter, but you are urged, if your club does not have a Twitter account of its own, to ensure that one of your officers does. Just because you Read More