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All results are published in local newspapers. Look out for them every week.

Winners photos are published at the end of each season.


SALISBURY THURSDAY LEAGUES

 RULES

  • After a goal has been scored, the match restarts from the centre mark.

  • There are no boundaries to the pitch. Players can use the walls to play the ball off and can score goals off the wall.

  • The ball is allowed over head height.

  • The area around each goal (penalty area) is out of bounds for all team players apart from the goalkeeper. Any players entering this area will be penalised. The attacking team will be penalised by an indirect free kick going to the defending team (GK can take the FK in the area), and the defending team will be penalised by a penalty being awarded to the attacking team. If the referee deems a player to do the above on accident, he can choose not to penalize the player.

  • The penalty area is the only area the goalkeeper can use his hands. The goalkeeper can not go out of the area. If they do so a penalty will be awarded to the attacking team. This infringement could also lead to a SIN BIN if the referee believes infringement was on purpose and if infringement happens on numerous occasions. 

  • Once a free kick has been given, the defending team must be at least three yards away from where the free kick is to be taken.

  • Slide tackles are not allowed. If this offence occurs, an indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team.

  • Back passes (GK using hands) to the goalkeeper are forbidden. If this rule is broken, a penalty will be awarded.

  • Back passes - Once the GK has passed the ball out (either by feet or hands) to a teammate, the ball must touch at least two teammates before being returned to the GK. If this rule is broken, the opposition will be awarded a penalty.

  • Back passes - Once the ball has been passed to the GK, the ball must not be returned directly to the passer from the GK. If this rule is broken, the opposition will be awarded a penalty.

  • Rolling substitutions are permitted.

  • There is no limit on the number of substitutes to be used.

SEASON LAYOUT

36 MINUTE GAMES @ £25 or 28 MINUTE GAMES (NO HT) @ £22

WE HAVE FOURTEEEN TEAMS ACROSS TWO DIVISIONS. 

THE 36 MINUTE GAMES AND THE 28 MINUTE GAMES WILL BE ON ROTATION EACH WEEK BETWEEN THE TWO LEAGUES. 

FOR EXAMPLE - WEEK 1 - THE PREMIERSHIP TEAMS ARE PLAYING THE 36 MIN GAMES WHILE THE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS ARE PLAYING THE 28 MIN GAMES. WEEK 2 - THE PREMIERSHIP TEAMS ARE PLAYING THE 28 MIN GAMES WHILE THE PREMIERSHIP TEAMS ARE PLAYING THE 36 MIN GAMES. 

TO SEE HOW MANY MINUTES YOUR TEAM IS PLAYING - SELECT THE SMALL NOTE PAD TO THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF YOUR FIXTURE.

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CHAMPIONSHIP LAYOUT - 10 GAME SEASON

All teams will play each other once = 7 games in a regular eason

At the end of the 7 games the division will be split in to two new divisions, with the points totals carried over.

The top division will consist of teams 1 - 4 and the bottom division will consists of teams 5 - 10.

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Teams 1 - 4 will then play each other once = 3 games.

Teams 5 - 8 will then play three teams in their half = 3 games.

At the end of the two campaigns, all teams will have played TEN games. 

The WINNERS and RUNNERS-UP of the top half division are then the Champions and Runners-up.

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Week 5 of 10

Premiership

Top Goalscorer - R Tutton - 13

Redbury are our new leaders in this very evenly matched Premiership. They beat much fancied FIC 9-4 to go two clear at the summit, Osman was the main man with a well taken five goals.

Post crash to two defeats on the bounce and fall to second as a result, they go down 10-4 to an inspired Copenbadly. Phantom are the week's big scorers as they see off PSV in a superb 11-6 win, as they climb from bottom to fourth. 

Championship

Top Goalscorer - T Symes - 23

Tatterdemelion v Real Sosobad & Murder v Paris - RESULTS TBC.

Liquor make it five from five but are given a stern test by a battling Macs side in a 4-0 win. City maintain the pressure in second with a good 9-4 reverse of Harnham as Beveridge and Putt bag hat tricks.