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Leonard 'Dapper' Hall Memorial
Six a Side Trophy

Six a Side Sat 6 June 2015


    * Mens winners - Zac Dingles Cap (Lytchett RT),

    * Ladies winners - New Forest FC.



BERE REGIS FOOTBALL CLUB - MEN's, LADIES' and VETERANS' SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT 2014

The six'a'sides were held on Saturday 7th June 2014.

We were visted by Wessex FM who gave out ice creams.  Click here to see some photos.

The men's competition was won by Harry's Heros who beat The Spartans in a penalty shoot out.

Harry's Heroes

The ladies was won by Poole Town.

Poole Town

The veterans competiton between Bere Regis, Wareham and Weymouth was won by Weymouth.

Click here for full details of results and fixtures.

BERE REGIS FOOTBALL CLUB - MEN's SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT 2013


SATURDAY 1st JUNE 2013


The 2013 men's tournament was won by Harry's Sports Bar.  Photos the teams can be seen by clicking here

Full set of results can be seen by clicking here

The inaugral women's tourament was won by Portland Ladies.  See photos by clicking here.

BERE REGIS FOOTBALL CLUB
LADIES SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT 2013

At BERE REGIS SPORTS CLUB

On Saturday 1st June Kick Off

Sanctioned by DCFA, with qualified referees.

Cost of entry £40/team; 8 Players per team/squad

Almost guaranteed sunshine and some of the finest lady footballers in Dorset to pits your wits against.

For further information contact;
Jon Fancy at DCFA 

or via email
michellegreen822@hotmail.co.uk or lukewhite1986@btinternet.com

SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT
SATURDAY 9th JUNE 2012

The winners were Branksome Railway.  Full results are available are available by clicking here.

Bere Six a sides 5th June 2010

THE BIGGEST & BEST OUTDOOR 6-A-SIDESIN DORSET !!!

Bere Regis Annual 6-A-Sides

Saturday 5 June 2010

This year's competition was won by The Springers (Springfield Hotel)

Winners 6 a sides Springers 2010

All team photos are available on face book click here


SATURDAY 6 JUNE 2009

The Annual 6-a-side tournament at Bere Regis for the Dapper Hall Memorial Trophy this year was won by Swanage A team.   

Swanage A Winners 2009

Photos of other  teams can be viewed by clicking here


2008 six a sides

The 2008 Bere Regis 6 a sides competition was won by Harry Bloor who beat their B team in the final.

THE WINNERS - HARRY BLOOR A

THE FINALIST - HARRY BLOOR A AND B

CLICK HERE for photos of all the teams.

2007 Six a sides

BERE REGIS 6 A SIDES TOURNAMENT

SATURDAY 9 JUNE 2007

For the Dapper Hall Memorial Trophy

Skirmish PaintballEvent Sponsors: Martin Debenham; Dorset Paintball

Now available photograph gallery of  the teams that took part on the Bere Regis six a sides 2007 competition. to see them

Every year about this time, the small hamlet that is Bere Regis is treated to a feast of football from the cream of Dorset football and this year was certainly no different. From the wilds of Bishops Caundle and Lulworth to the teeming metropolis’ of Poole and Ferndown, footballers make their merry way to Bere’s own ‘Theatre of Dreams’ to try to wrest the trophy from those Sandford boys, winners for the last two years. However, as you can see from the above picture, none succeeded!

Sandford winners 2007

Despite the presence of some outstanding teams (noticeably Poole Borough, Bloor UK, Ferndown Sports, Sturminster Marshall and The Red Lion, Wareham), Sandford had the audacity to contest the final between their A and B teams. The crowd was not disappointed in the standard of football overall, though, witnessing the kind of goals even Hansen would get excited about and movements more impressive than Travolta in his heyday. Once again, the Bere Regis teams did not get past the first round in football but easily won the drinking, with more rounds than half the teams put together, despite some competition from The Weld Arms team, who appeared to have travelled all the way from the early 70’s with their tight shorts and pencil moustaches!

All in all a great event once again and huge thanks must go to Ragamuffins, for toiling in the summer sun on the bbq; St John’s Ambulance, for patching up the likes of Adey Moore in a Terry Butcher styley; Sue Stone, for outstanding PA skills; Callum and Max for running the scores; the referees, for having skins thicker than a rhinoceros; and last, but not least, all the Sports Club volunteers (you know who you are!) who worked their socks off on pitches, posts and pints.

Here’s to next year when Sandford may finally lose their crown…..

 6-A-SIDES SATURDAY 3 JUNE 2006


The 2006 Champions are Sandford again.

2005

The 2005 champions are Sandford Labour

2004

As the webmaster was on holiday in June I don't have the result. Anyone who can tell me what happened please send details.

Saturday 7 June 2003

Bloor UK lost narrowly to Creekmoor in the annual June six a sides.

Saturday 8 June 2002

West Quay Marina beat Dorchester United in the final 36 six teams took part. 54 games in leagues. Played 17 games in the knockout section. 71 games in all. Very High Standard and much enjoyed.

Saturday 3 June 2000

Saturday 3 June 2000 saw the annual six a side competition with 37 local teams entered. The 1999 winners Branksome Railway A lost in the sem-final to Branksome Railway B.

Bere Regis saw its first ever golden goal when Branksome Railway B scored the only goal against West Quay Marina in the closely contested final.

Many thanks to those that participated and, especially, all the Groundstaff, Bar Staff, Caterrers and Darren Spivey for all the work in running the event.

KO and finals

Play offs Last 16 QUARTERs SEMIs FINAL The Winners
Summers Electrical 0
Wareham Rangers 1
Wareham rangers 1
West Quay Marina 12
West Quay Mariner
West Quay Mariner
Sturminster Marshall B 0
Sandford Labour A 10
West Quay Mariner
Wool RBL 3
Back to Back 6
Back to Back
Sandford Labour B
Sandford Labour B
Sandford Labour B 3
Dorchester United B 0
Branksome Railway B
Weld Arms 0
Dorchester United A 9
Dorcehster United A 3
Branksome Railway A 6
Branksome Railway A
Branksome Railway A
Sandford RBL A 9
Moreton A 8
Sandford RBL A
Branksome Railway B
Creekmore Lions A 12
Moreton 0
Creekmore Lions A
Branksome Railway B
Branksome Railway B 10
Crossways 5
Branksome Railway B

Qualifying League Tables

Divison 1
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Stur Marshall B 2 1 0 22 11 11 5
Summers Electrical 2 1 0 10 3 7 5
Cornwall Hotel 1 0 2 13 19 -6 2
West Quay Marina B 0 0 3 5 16 -11 0
Division 2
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Branksome Railway A 3 0 0 33 4 29 6
Wareham Rangers 2 0 1 6 11 -5 4
Acorn 1 0 2 9 16 -7 2
Deathcult Dynamos 0 0 3 0 14 -14 0
Division 3
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Sandford R.B. L. A 2 0 1 14 4 10 4
Weld Arms 2 0 1 6 6 0 4
Bere Regis O. G 1 0 2 4 6 -2 2
Creekmoor Lions B 1 0 2 4 14 -10 2
Divison 4
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Creekmoor Lions A 3 0 0 25 6 19 6
Branksome Railway B 2 0 1 24 6 18 4
Hospital Metalcraft 1 0 2 4 16 -16 2
Stokeford 0 0 3 3 28 -25 0
Division 5
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Sandford Labour A 3 0 0 16 5 11 6
Back to Back 2 0 1 19 9 10 4
Crossways B 1 0 2 6 13 -7 2
BlueBird 0 0 3 3 17 -14 0
Division 6
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Sandford Labour B 3 0 0 15 0 15 6
Dorchester United A 2 0 1 9 6 3 4
Corfe Mullen United 1 0 2 12 12 0 2
Corfe Mullen RBL B 0 0 3 3 21 -18 0
Division 7
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Wool RBL 3 0 0 23 5 18 6
Dorchester United B 2 0 1 22 6 16 4
Sandford Labour D 1 0 2 9 16 -5 2
Sturminster Marshall A 0 0 3 2 29 -27 0
Divison 8
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
Crossways A 3 0 0 22 7 15 6
Moreton B 2 0 1 19 13 8 4
Corfe Mullen RBL A 1 0 2 13 17 -4 2
Sandford Labour C 0 0 3 5 24 -19 0
Divison 9
W D L For A't Diff Pnts
West Quay Marina A 4 0 0 34 0 34 8
Moreton A 3 0 1 24 7 17 6
Bere Regis A 1 1 2 20 41 -21 3
Wimborne RBL 0 2 2 22 39 -17 2
Sandford RBL B 0 1 3 15 30 -15 1

1999

1999 saw the first Dapper Hall Memorial Six a Side competition won by the Branksome Railway B team who are based in Poole. They beat Moreton by 15 points to nil (one point awarded for a corner and three for a goal).

The day was well supported with 38 teams turning up despite the heavy showers between the sunshine. Our local heroes of Bere Regis Football Club entered three teams. One team failed the first hurdle by not getting through the league round. T'other two teams both managed to reach the last eight but unfortunately didn't progress any further.

This competition has been named after Dapper Hall who died this year and is missed by many. Dapper had lived in the village all his life only leaving it to fight with the British Tank Regiment against the Germans in WW2 . He played for Bere Regis as a man and boy. In later years Dapper became the treasurer and secretary of the club. He was married to Hazel for 49 years living in the same house in the village for all those years.

Hazel is still involved with the club. She has the laundry and catering contract. Her teas are very much appreciated by both home and away fans and teams at half time.

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