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Dorset Saturday League Season: 2006-2007

Division: Dorset League Division One, 

As of: SUN 13 MAY 2007


      HOME AWAY OVERALL      
POS   P W D L F A W D L F A W D L F A GD PTS
1 Kangaroos 24 9 0 3 26 14 8 3 1 33 17 17 3 4 59 31 28 54
2 AC Matravers 24 8 2 2 32 16 8 1 3 43 18 16 3 5 75 34 41 48 *
3 Wareham Rangers 24 7 2 3 24 16 6 2 4 24 20 13 4 7 48 36 12 43
4 Broadmayne 24 5 2 5 28 28 8 1 3 28 18 13 3 8 56 46 10 42
5 Bishops Caundle 24 6 2 4 26 20 7 0 5 40 27 13 2 9 66 47 19 41
6 Purbeck Panthers 24 7 0 5 28 20 5 3 4 20 19 12 3 9 48 39 9 39
7 Ferndown Sports 24 6 2 4 27 27 5 1 6 20 28 11 3 10 47 55 -8 36
8 Lytchett Red Triangle 24 6 1 5 23 13 3 3 6 18 21 9 4 11 41 34 7 31
9 Cranborne 24 5 3 4 28 22 3 1 8 19 30 8 4 12 47 52 -5 28
10 Corfe Castle 24 4 1 7 24 31 3 2 7 19 27 7 3 14 43 58 -15 24
11 Easton United 24 4 1 7 18 32 2 1 9 14 41 6 2 16 32 73 -41 20
12 Bere Regis 24 3 4 5 27 36 1 3 8 13 34 4 7 13 40 70 -30 19
13 AFC Bluebird 24 4 2 6 18 28 1 1 10 12 29 5 3 16 30 57 -27 17 *
*adjustment made
                                    

PLAYER SEASON TOTALS

PLAYER  Appearances  Bench  Goals  Overall Goals  Started
Bryant, Scott  1  3      1
Cameron, James  1  1  1  1  1
Cope, Wayne  6  2  7  7  6
Cox, Kevin  19    1  1  19
Curtis, Kevin  1        1
Cutler, Darren  18  1      18
Elford, Matt  15  2  5  5  15
Hewitt, Shane  18  1  6  6  18
Lumsden, Tony  8  2  1  1  8
Macklin, Peter  13  2  3  3  13
Michie, Ian  1        1
Moore, Adrian  12  5  3  3  12
Moorse, Alex  13    1  1  13
Oram, Chris  9  1  1  1  9
Osmond, Chris  16        16
Rigler, Dave  17  2      17
Rogerson, Adam  2  10  1  1  2
Rogerson, Dean  20        20
Spivey, Darren  12        12
Stanley, Gerald  5  1  2  2  5
Vincent, Gareth  15    3  3  15
Walker, Michael  1  1      1
White, Nick  1        1
White, Rob  7  10  2  2  7

RESULTS

    HOME   AWAY  
L SAT 09 SEP 2006 Ferndown Sports 1 - 1 Bere Regis
L SAT 23 SEP 2006 AFC Bluebird 1 - 1 Bere Regis
L SAT 30 SEP 2006 Bere Regis 7 - 0 Easton United
L SAT 07 OCT 2006 Bere Regis 1 - 1 Lytchett Red Triangle
L SAT 14 OCT 2006 Kangaroos 1 - 0 Bere Regis
L SAT 21 OCT 2006 Bere Regis 2 - 2 Purbeck Panthers
L SAT 28 OCT 2006 Bere Regis 2 - 5 AC Matravers
L SAT 04 NOV 2006 Wareham Rangers 1 - 1 Bere Regis
L SAT 18 NOV 2006 Bere Regis 2 - 1 Corfe Castle
L SAT 09 DEC 2006 Lytchett Red Triangle 7 - 0 Bere Regis
L SAT 16 DEC 2006 Bere Regis 5 - 1 Ferndown Sports
L SAT 13 JAN 2007 Easton United 2 - 0 Bere Regis
L SAT 20 JAN 2007 Broadmayne 1 - 3 Bere Regis
L SAT 27 JAN 2007 Bere Regis 0 - 4 AFC Bluebird
L SAT 03 FEB 2007 Purbeck Panthers 3 - 1 Bere Regis
L SAT 10 FEB 2007 Bere Regis 1 - 10 Wareham Rangers
L SAT 17 FEB 2007 Bere Regis 1 - 1 Cranborne
L SAT 10 MAR 2007 Bere Regis 1 - 3 Broadmayne
L SAT 17 MAR 2007 Bere Regis 2 - 5 Bishops Caundle
L SAT 24 MAR 2007 Bishops Caundle 5 - 3 Bere Regis
L SAT 31 MAR 2007 Bere Regis 3 - 3 Kangaroos
L SAT 14 APR 2007 Corfe Castle 5 - 1 Bere Regis
L SAT 21 APR 2007 AC Matravers 3 - 2 Bere Regis
L SAT 28 APR 2007 Cranborne 4 - 0 Bere Regis

Results

21st April

AC Matravers 3: Bere Regis 2

Scorers: Shane Hewitt, Adrian Moore

 

28th April

Cranborne 4: Bere Regis 0

17th March

Bere Regis 2: Bishops Caundle 5

Scorers: Adam Rogerson, Matt Elford

 

24th March

Bishops Caundle 5:Bere Regis 3

Scorers: Matt Elford, Rob White, Shane Hewitt

 

31st March

Bere Regis 3: Kangaroos 3

Scorers: Adrian Moore, Pete Macklin, Shane Hewitt

 

14th April

Corfe Castle 5: Bere Regis 1

Scorer: Pete Macklin

 

 

Table (as at 14th April)

                                                Played           Points

AC Matravars                             21                    47  

Kangaroos                                 21                     45                                                        

Broadmayne                              22                    42                                                          

Purbeck Panthers                      22                    38                                                         

Wareham Rangers                    20                    34                                             

Ferndown Sports                       23                    33                                                           

Bishops Caundle                       20                    32                                                           

Lytchett RT                                23                    28                                               

Corfe Castle                               20                    21                                                           

Bere Regis                                 21                    19                                               

Easton Utd                                 19                    16

Cranborne                                  17                    15                                                        

AFC Bluebird                              21                    14                                                           

 

Dorset Sunday League
Season: 2006-2007

Division: Division Two

As of: SUN 13 MAY 2007

    HOME AWAY OVERALL      
POS   P W D L F A W D L F A W D L F A GD PTS
1 Broadstone Con 16 7 1 0 52 13 4 4 0 29 14 11 5 0 81 27 54 40 *
2 Hamworthy Labour Club 16 5 2 1 26 16 5 1 2 28 17 10 3 3 54 33 21 33
3 Kingswood 16 5 1 2 27 13 5 0 3 33 15 10 1 5 60 28 32 31
4 AFC Marina 16 4 0 4 37 20 5 0 3 31 15 9 0 7 68 35 33 27
5 Dumpton Academicals 16 4 2 2 24 15 4 1 3 27 25 8 3 5 51 40 11 26 *
6 Bryanston Club 16 5 1 2 18 17 2 1 5 11 29 7 2 7 29 46 -17 23
7 Hamworthy United 16 3 1 4 13 27 2 2 4 23 29 5 3 8 36 56 -20 18
8 Bere Regis 16 1 2 5 20 28 1 1 6 12 39 2 3 11 32 67 -35 9
9 Morden 16 0 0 8 13 59 0 0 8 14 47 0 0 16 27 106 -79 0
*adjustment made

PLAYER SEASON TOTALS

PLAYER  Appearances  Bench  Goals  Overall Goals  Started
Bennett, Thomas  15  1  3  3  15
Cope, Shaun  11  1  12  12  11
Cope, Wayne  5    3  3  5
Cox, Kevin  1        1
Dyke, Carl  13  1  1  1  13
Elford, Matthew  3  1      3
Gale, Tristan  7  2      7
Lumsden, Tony  1  2      1
Macklin, Peter  12  2      12
Mahoney, Mick  16    4  4  16
Mato, Dean  3  3  1  1  3
Moss, Adam  2        2
Owers, Brendan  16        16
Percy, Neil  10        10
Portt, Kevin  12  5  1  1  12
Rogerson, Adam  5  11  2  2  5
Rogerson, Dean  14  1      14
Walker, Michael  17    6  6  17
Walker, Simon  9  1  4  4  9
White, Nick  15        15

RESULTS

    HOME   AWAY  
L SUN 10 SEP 2006 Bere Regis 2 - 2 Bryanston Club
L SUN 17 SEP 2006 Morden 4 - 7 Bere Regis
L SUN 24 SEP 2006 Broadstone Con 10 - 1 Bere Regis
L SUN 15 OCT 2006 Bere Regis 2 - 3 Hamworthy Labour Club
L SUN 22 OCT 2006 Hamworthy United 2 - 0 Bere Regis
L SUN 05 NOV 2006 Bere Regis 4 - 4 Dumpton Academicals
L SUN 19 NOV 2006 Bere Regis 3 - 4 Hamworthy United
L SUN 10 DEC 2006 Hamworthy Labour Club 3 - 3 Bere Regis
L SUN 17 DEC 2006 Bere Regis 4 - 3 Morden
L SUN 14 JAN 2007 Bere Regis 1 - 3 Kingswood
L SUN 21 JAN 2007 Bere Regis 3 - 4 Broadstone Con
L SUN 28 JAN 2007 AFC Marina 7 - 0 Bere Regis
L SUN 11 MAR 2007 Kingswood 6 - 1 Bere Regis
L SUN 25 MAR 2007 Dumpton Academicals 5 - 0 Bere Regis
L SUN 01 APR 2007 Bere Regis 1 - 5 AFC Marina
L SUN 08 APR 2007 Bryanston Club 2 - 0 Bere Regis

 

League Cup (Final Standings)

                                                Played           Points

Broadstone Con                           3                    9

Bere Regis                                   3                    6

Bryanston Club                            3                    3

Broadmayne                                3                    0

Results

15th April (League Cup)

Bere Regis 9:Broadmayne 2

Scorers: Shaun Cope (6), Simon Walker, Dean Rogerson, Tom Bennett

 

18th March (League Cup)

Bere Regis 3:Bryanston Club 1

Scorers: Shaun Cope (2), Mike Walker

 

25th March

Dumpton Academicals 5: Bere Regis 0

 

1st April

Bere Regis 1:AFC Marina 5

Scorer: Mike Walker

 

8th April

Bryanston Club 2: Bere Regis 0

 

 

Table (as at 14thApril)

                                                Played                        Points

 

Broadstone Con                           16                   40

Hamworthy Labour Club              16                   33

Kingswood                                   16                   31

AFC Marina                                  16                   27

Dumpton Academicals                15                   25                     

Bryanston Club                            15                   20                                  

Hamworthy United                       15                   17                                                          

Bere Regis                                   16                    9

Morden                                         15                    0

 


Adult Saturdays – DIVISION ONE 

17th February

Bere Regis 1:Cranborne 1

Scorer: Gerrald Stanley

 

10th March

Bere Regis 1:Broadmayne 3

Scorer: James Cameron

 TABLE (as at 10th March)

                                                    Played           Points

AC Matravers

17

40

Kangaroos

17

35

Purbeck Panthers

17

35

Broadmayne

17

33

Wareham Rangers

17

31

Ferndown Sports

19

27

Bishops Caundle

17

23

Corfe Castle

18

21

Lytchett RT

19

18

Bere Regis

18

18

Cranborne

14

15

Easton Utd

16

13

AFC Bluebird

18

8

Adult Sundays – DIVISION TWO

18th February (League Cup)

Broadstone Con 4: Bere Regis 2

Scorers: Mick Mahoney, Shaun Cope

 

11th March

Kingswood 6: Bere Regis 1

Scorer: Thomas Bennett

 TABLE (as at 11th March)

                                                   Played           Points

Broadstone Con

16

40

Hamworthy Labour

15

30

Kingswood

14

27

AFC Marina

15

24

Dumpton Academicals

13

19

Bryanston Club

14

17

Hamworthy United

13

16

Bere Regis

13

9

Morden

13

0


Adult Saturdays – DIVISION ONE 2007

Results

13th January

Easton United 2: Bere Regis 0

20th January

Broadmayne 1: Bere Regis 3
Scorers: Adrian Moore (2), Alex Moorse

27th January

Bere Regis 0: AFC Bluebird 4

3rd February

Purbeck Panthers 3: Bere Regis 1
Scorer: Matt Elford

10th February

Bere Regis 1: Wareham Rangers 10
Scorer: Tony Lumsden

Adult Sundays – DIVISION TWO 2007

Results

14th January

Bere Regis 1: Kingswood 3
Scorer: M Mahoney

21st January

Bere Regis 3: Broadstone Con 4
Scorers. S Cope (2), T Bennett

28th January

AFC Marina 7: Bere Regis 0


2006 Boxing day

This years Boxing day football match between the Old Gits and Young Whippersnappers has been caught on video.  Click here to see the evidence.

Old Gits 4: Young Whippersnappers 2

Forget the World Cup Finals, or the Ashes, or even Phil ‘The Power’ versus Raymond Van Barneveld, the most eagerly waited sporting event of the year was once again played at Bere’s own ‘Theatre of Nightmares’ on Boxing Day. The press were out in force (well, Alice Evans and her camera!) as well as the WAG’s (Whippersnappers and Gits) to witness a Boxing Day feast of football i.e. leftover turkeys and mincer pies.

Sadly, a few stalwarts were missing from the Old Gits team this year. These included Lyndon White (due to a double hernia), the Moss Bros. (double vodkas) and the late (tackling), great (bellied), Macca (treble Scotch). This was, therefore, the strongest team they have had for many a year! Stars included Jimmy ‘Ever’ Green; Shane ‘Over The’ Mooney; Terry ‘The Motor’ Vater; Chris ‘The Gingerpounder’ Osmond; Pip ‘Good’ Evans (are you sure even Dean’s shirt doesn’t fit!);  Graeme ‘Over’ Price(d); Chris ‘Scoram’ Oram; Earl ‘The Pearl’ Dacre; Adey ‘and The Tramp’ Moore; and Darren ‘The SlapHeadmaster’ Spivey.

The Young Whippersnappers were taking things just as seriously, bristling with both Saturday and Sunday team superstars. Added to this was the return of the legend that is Stuart ‘The Physiotherapist’ Moorse and Ryan ‘ The Oftenpist’ Pettitt (thankfully, his better looking and playing brother was not available!). They had even added two of the next generation of Bere superstars, with AJ Gale and Nat Scott hoping to follow in the path of their illustrious sporting parents (all the way to the bar!). As ever, the redoubtable Peter ‘Bin’ Larder filled the goal in a way that no other keeper can, thankfully there was no boot inspection before the match!

….and of course there was the referee, a certain young Callum White, who admittedly is the son of one of the Old Gits but was in no way biased towards them (and I have a team of lawyers waiting for any Young Whippersnapper who says otherwise!).

This had the makings of an absolute classic and the crowd were not disappointed!!

The opening moments were as finely balanced as a set of Enron’s accounts, with the enthusiasm of the youngsters more than matched by the alcohol-fuelled oldsters. With Earl, Scat and Pip in the middle of midfield for the Gits there was little room for finesse, or indeed any other players! However, any team that features Hewitt, Moorse, Pettitt, White and Gale was not going to be kept at bay for too long and the old timers were forced to work hard. Indeed, for the first time ever Graeme Price managed to get his shirt dirty, although we suspect that this was just wiping his muddy hands on it. Meanwhile, Shane Mooney threw off his cool veneer and was showing as much control in the tackle as a Richard Hammond emergency stop. One particular tackle caused howls of outrage from the youngster’s mother on the sideline, not the first time Shane’s tackle has caused this I’m told! The only jewel in the clowns was, surprisingly, Alan ‘Giggsy’ Lambert hugging the Old Gits left touchline. Bearing in mind that last year his pace was such that when I typed his name in my report the Thesaurus automatically came up with ‘pedestrian’, ‘snail’ and ‘sloth’, this transformation made the old Lazarus trick seem easy. At every opportunity, he teased and tormented the defence like an Iranian executioner, although I am not sure Giggs ever quite panted for breath like that afterwards! It was soon obvious that the first goal would be crucial and, thankfully, that goal went to the Old Gits.

Controversy is certainly no stranger to these games and rumours abound that it was only thanks to a biased referee that this goal was allowed. I have now watched this many times on the video replay (available on the Bere Regis Sports Club website  by Clicking here) and I am utterly convinced that the cross could not be avoided by the referee as he accidentally buried it into the far corner past a hapless Larder. However, before you could say ‘Stu Moorse is a football genius’, he showed us what we have been missing over the past couple of years with a couple of shimmies and an unstoppable left foot screamer for the equaliser.santa In the great Aussie tradition, the old timers had obviously goaded these young stingrays a bit too much and they proceeded to dissect the defence with consummate ease. It was good to see Paddles rolling back the years in goal with a display that had us all remembering why we had brought him to Bere in the first place (because Dean was injured, as I recall!). With half time fast approaching the Old Gits needed a crumb of comfort and this was provided by none other than Shane Mooney. Having somehow found his way into the opposition’s penalty area a particularly heavy challenge (well, heavy for a youngster!) caused him to collapse quicker than your average McCartney marriage and the referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot, despite howls of protest from the whippersnappers. With the legendary Macca unable to take up his normal penalty taking duties, the poisoned chalice was passed to Jimmy Green. Cooler than a freeze-dried cucumber he calmly slotted the ball home and the Old Gits went in at half time a goal to the good.

After stocking up on their winter warmers in the changing rooms, the Old Gits trooped out expecting an onslaught. Their fears were not helped by the sight of the likes of Shaun Cope wandering out for the second half having finally got rid of the Christmas hangover, or so he thought! A far more worrying sight for the defence was the sight of none other than  Kevin Cox between the sticks, more Petr Fied than Petr Cech I would say!! These fears were soon realised as, in a huge break from tradition, the referee controversially gave a dodgy penalty to the whippersnappers, presumably because he forgot that we had changed ends. Either way, Triston Gale stepped up to the spot and dispatched the penalty with ease past the fledgling keeper. The team’s prospects looked ropier than Saddam’s neck, until the dynamic duo of Spivey and Moore decided to switch to a more orthodox Boxing Day back two. tight shirtThey were hugely helped by young Sam Allen running the line and showing all the dedication to the cause of a Russian linesman. As this stout defence kept the youngsters at bay, the team could concentrate more on attack. With the game balanced on a knife edge the goal that changed the game came from the unlikeliest of sources….Graeme Price! A precision corner from Rob White found the shiny head of Spivey and his unerring header was stopped on the line. As the ball was frantically lashed away from the line, Graeme was far too concerned with protecting his face to avoid the ball and it rebounded off him back into the goal. The youngsters were, obviously, distraught and it was only a matter of time before the old men delivered their coup de grace. Another well deserved penalty decision gave Jimmy Green the chance to double his tally. Thoughtfully, he gave us the chance for one final comedy moment as he, surprisingly, decided to chip the goalkeeper. The execution itself was more Keystone than Cantona and he could only chip the ball straight into the welcoming arms of Peter Larder. Thankfully, in the great West Ham tradition, Peter spilled it straight back to him and Jimmy made amends with a smart finish.

 With the smell of the bar proving unbearable for both teams the referee was soon persuaded to blow the final whistle.

Honour had been upheld by the Old Gits once again and all is right with the world!!

Adult Saturdays – DIVISION ONE

Results

16th December

Bere Regis 5: Ferndown Sports 1
Scorers: Wayne Cope (2), Shane Hewitt (2), Rob White

18th November

Bere Regis 2: Corfe Castle 1

Scorers: Wayne Cope, Matt Elford

9th December

Lytchett RT 7: Bere Regis 0

21st October

Bere Regis 2: Purbeck Panthers 2
Scorers: Kevin Cox, Gareth Vincent

28th October

Bere Regis 2: AC Matravars 5
Scorers: Gareth Vincent, Pete Macklin

4th November

Wareham Rangers 1: Bere Regis 1
Scorer: Wayne Cope

11th November (INTERMEDIATE CUP)

Bere Regis 1: Ferndown Town 2
Scorer: Gerald Stanley

23rd September

AFC Bluebird 1: Bere Regis 1

Scorer: Shane Hewitt

30th September

Bere Regis 7: Easton Utd 0

Scorers: Wayne Cope (3), Matt Elford, Chris Oram, Gareth Vincent, Gerald Stanley

7th October

Bere Regis 1: Lytchett RT 1

Scorer: Shane Hewitt

14th October

Kangaroos 1: Bere Regis 0

Table (as at 16th October)

 

Played

Points

Kangaroos

     7

    18

AC Matravars

     6

    15

Purbeck Panthers

     6

    12

Broadmayne

     5

    10

Wareham Rangers

     6

    10

Corfe Castle

     7

      9

Lytchett RT

     6

      8

Ferndown Sports

     6

      8

Cranborne

     5

      7

Bishops Caundle

     7

      7

Bere Regis

     5

      6

AFC Bluebird

     7

      1

Easton Utd

     5

      0

 

 

 


9th September


Ferndown Sports 1: Bere Regis 1
Scorer: Pete Macklin

Table (as at 11th September)

 

Played

Points

Kangaroos

     2

    6

Lytchett RT

     2

    4

Cranborne

     1

    3

AC Matravars

     2

    3

Corfe Castle

     2

    3

Broadmayne

     2

    3

Purbeck Panthers

     2

    3

Bishops Caundle

     2

    3

Ferndown Sports

     2

    2

Bere Regis

     1

    1

Wareham Rangers

     1

    0

Easton United

     1

    0

AFC Bluebird

     2

    0


Adult Sundays – DIVISION TWO

Results

16th December

Bere Regis 4: Ferndown Sports 3
Scorers: S Walker, M Mahoney, D Mato, S Cope

10th December

Hamworthy Labour 3: Bere Regis 3

Scorers: Simon Walker (2), Mike Walker

19th November

Bere Regis 3: Hamworthy Utd 4

Scorers: Simon Walker, Kevin Portt, Tom Bennett

22nd October

Hamworthy Utd 2: Bere Regis 0

5th November

Bere Regis 4: Dumpton Academicals 4
Scorers: Mike Walker (2), Shaun Cope (2)

12th November (INTERMEDIATE CUP)

Hamworthy Utd 7: Bere Regis 4 (after extra time)
Scorers: Adam Rogerson (3), Tom Bennett

17th September

Morden 4: Bere Regis 7

Scorers: S Cope (3), A Rogerson (2), M Mahoney, W Cope

24th September

Broadstone Con 10: Bere Regis 1

Scorer: W Cope

8th October (Intermediate Cup)

Morden 4: Bere Regis 5

Scorers: S Cope (3), M Mahoney, A Rogerson

15th October

Bere Regis 2: Hamworthy Labour 3

Scorers: M Walker, S Cope

Table (as at 16th October)

 

Played

Points

Broadstone Con

     6

    14

Hamworthy Labour Club

     5

    12

Kingswood

     5

      9

AFC Marina

     3

      6

Bryanston Club

     5

      5

Dumpton Academicals

     3

      4

Bere Regis

     4

      4

Hamworthy United

     5

      3

Morden

     4

      0

10th September


Bere Regis 2: Bryanston Club 2
Scorers: Wayne Cope; Carl Dyke

Table (as at 11th September)

 

Played

Points

 

 

 

Hamworthy Labour Club

     1

    3

Broadstone Con

     1

    3

Bere Regis

     1

    1

Bryanston Club

     1

    1

AFC Marina

     0

    0

Dumpton Academicals

     0

    0

Hamworthy United

     0

    0

Horse and Groom

     0

    0

Kingswood

     1

    0

Morden

     1

    0





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