Saturday, 6 February 2016
FA SUNDAY CUP - UPDATE
The Molly v Campfield
A Mersyside derby as The Molly (of the Liverpool & District Sunday League) take on current holder's Campfield (of the Liverpool Business Houses League).
OJM v Burradon & New Fordley/Hardwick Social
Birmingham/West Midland's based OJM (named after Oliver J Mee, a former soldier, who was tragically murdered in 2007) of the Warley District Sunday League were last season's runners up and they face the winners of the Burradon & New Fordley and Hardwick Social clash. Burradon are members of the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League and is a village to the North of Newcastle and South of Blyth. Hardwick Social are members of the Stockton Sunday League so for tomorrow's game it'll be very competative Newcastle v Middlesborough affair.
Barnes AFC v Black Horse (Redditch)
Barnes AFC (members of the Chiswick & District Sunday League) and are not to be confused with Barnes Albion who also play in the same division and were runner's up in the competition in 2013. They host Black Horse who were formed back in 1961 and play in the Redditch and South Warwickshire Combination.
St Josephs (Sunday) v New Salamis
This should be a cracking cup tie as St Josephs (of the North Home Counties Sunday League), who have a rich history in the competition winning it in 1995 and 1996 as well as being runner's up in 98,99 and 2006, welcome last season's semi-finalists to Arlesey Town's ground. Haringey based New Salamis play in the KOPA Cypriot Football League.
LAST FOUR WINNERS
2015 - Campfield
2014 - Humbledon Plains Farm
2013 - Oyster Martyrs
2012 - Hetton Lyons Cricket Club