AFC Emley

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AFC Emley

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Saturday 4th April 2015 10.30
NCEL One
AFC Emley 0 Hemsworth Miners Welfare 3 HT: 0-1 Att: 463 Ent: £5 Prog £1 Coffee £1
Connelly 45, Blair 51, Guest 60

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AFC Emley

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Saturday 4th April 2015 10.30
NCEL One
AFC Emley 0 Hemsworth Miners Welfare 3 HT: 0-1 Att: 463 Ent: £5 Prog £1 Coffee £1
Connelly 45, Blair 51, Guest 60

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Earl Shilton

Friday 26th & Saturday 27th April 2013

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Two games again at the weekend, with one on Friday evening and one on Saturday afternoon. In the slideshows below are ground and match photos from both games plus a few of the two villages in which the games took place.

Friday 26th April 2013
Duke of Rutland Reserves 3-6 Cross Keys
Hinckley Sunday League Division 1
Weavers Springs, Astley Road, Earl Shilton, Leicestershire





Saturday 27th April 2013
AFC Emley 1-2 Hemsworth Miners Welfare
Northern Counties East League Division 1
The Welfare Ground, off Upper Lane, Emley, West Yorkshire



Friday 26th & Saturday 27th April 2013

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Two games again at the weekend, with one on Friday evening and one on Saturday afternoon. In the slideshows below are ground and match photos from both games plus a few of the two villages in which the games took place.

Friday 26th April 2013
Duke of Rutland Reserves 3-6 Cross Keys
Hinckley Sunday League Division 1
Weavers Springs, Astley Road, Earl Shilton, Leicestershire





Saturday 27th April 2013
AFC Emley 1-2 Hemsworth Miners Welfare
Northern Counties East League Division 1
The Welfare Ground, off Upper Lane, Emley, West Yorkshire



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Football In Wakefield & An Issue Of Ongoing Viability

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The bulldozers moved in at College Grove in Wakefield last week. This, of itself, should probably not have come as too much of a surprise to those that have been watching the recent difficulties of Wakefield Football Club of the Northern Premier League for most of this year, but as a visual analogy it was depressingly appropriate that a club which has had a disastrous year should have seen its home almost completely razed to the ground in favour of a multi-sport complex by its owners at the same time that those running the club confirmed that it was on the brink of closure.