WIMBORNE 6-A-SIDE

PLAYED ON WIMBORNE TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB’S BRAND NEW 3G ARTIFICIAL TURF TRAINING PITCH – THE BEST 3G FACILITY IN THE AREA

A dedicated match night organiser, fully qualified referees and a ball boy ensure for an enjoyable experience with SoccerPitch.

What better way to toast the victory then an ice cold beer in the clubhouse after the game?!

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PLEASE NOTE THE WTFC FOOTWEAR GUIDELINES BELOW

  • Plastic, metal tipped and moulded studs and blades ONLY are allowed to be worn
  • All other footwear including trainers and flat soled running trainers are not permitted
  • Boots MUST be worn before entering the playing surface.
  • Any player wearing the incorrect footwear will not be allowed onto the pitch and must stay outside the enclosure

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WIMBORNE 6-A-Side Football League
Played on WEDNESDAY Evenings | 19:00 – 22:00

33 MINS
£33
6-A-SIDE

3G
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NEW SEASON: 06/07

OVERHEAD HEIGHT – The ball is ALLOWED over head height (six foot).

NOT ALLOWED OVER HEAD HEIGHT – From kick ins and from GK distribution – using his hands or feet. Legitimate saves are allowed over head height ——————–Corners ARE ALLOWED over head.

This rule is in place to limit the number of aerial duels and to ensure the ball doesn’t go out of play as often.

FOOTWEAR – The following are allowed: Plastic moulded studs – Plastic screw in studs (less than 15mm) – Blades or boots with metal or metal tipped studs – Astro turf trainers are all allowed – No flat soled indoor or running trainers are permitted.

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NO PADS = NO PLAY! – All players must wear shinpads.

FACILITIES – Please use the toilets provided. Urinating anywhere else on the site is UNACCEPTABLE and will result in a minimum 3 week ban.

NO SMOKING anywhere on site – this includes vaping and e cigarettes.

LITTER – Please ensure all litter is placed in the bins provided

LATE SHOW – We operate a Late Show System at all of our Leagues. If the referee is ready to start and kick off time is reached – one team has paid their fees and are ready – and one hasn’t – the ref will start his clock and the team that isn’t ready will go one goal down. For every further two minutes they are not ready, the ref will award a further goal.

PREMIERSHIP

MATCH REPORTS

Windgreen see off a stubborn Unathletico showing 5-3 to take their slender point advantage into the final week at Wimborne Town – Deem netting FOUR to earn his side a significant victory. With the top three all seperated by just two points and level pegging on goal difference, Windgreen know only a win will do as they take on a deflated AFC in the final week.

AFC drop out of the title race with a week to play – a Welham hat-trick firing Inter to all three points in a 5-0 demolition.

Champagne and Figjams play out one of the games of the season – a FOUR goal haul for Pritchard not enough as the title contenders overcome the bottom side 9-6 thanks to a stunning SIX goal performance by Top Scorer contender Westcott.

Should Windgreen slip up in the final week, it becomes a winner takes all clash as Champagne and Inter face off in a potential title decider.

CHAMPIONSHIP

MATCH REPORTS

Canford complete the turnaround – leapfrogging Exeter with a game to spare courtesy of a Sanyal brace in a 3-1 victory.

Murder stun Chutters with a riotous 7-0 thumping – Goddard and Robinson each netting a hat-trick to give Murder an outside chance of the title in the final week. Should Canford lose and Exeter drop points also, Murder will be guaranteed the crown thanks to their superior goal difference.

Elsewhere, bottom side ManInTheWall pick up their second win of the season with a 3-1 win over One Trick.

LEAGUE ONE

MATCH REPORTS

Leader’s Shire drop vital points as a Troke brace seals a vital 2-1 win for relegation battlers Bacon.

Who’s put their title fate back in their own hands, capitalising on defeat for the leaders with a comfortable 3-0 win over third placed Flake+Bake whilst Perk Inn are left looking nervously over their shoulder – a Morely brace sealing a vital point in a 2-2 draw with bottom side Travis.

With the top two clashing in League One’s final game – it’s a winner takes all affair for the two promoted sides!

LEAGUE TWO

MATCH REPORTS

A Bradford double isn’t enough as MenWho lose out narrowly 3-2 to leader’s Hardly. The leader’s become Champions-Elect of League Two as title rivals PumPum fall to a shock 8-2 defeat at the hands of promotion rivals Mandem. Congratulations to the Hardly lads.

At the foot of the table, Jadeymonds give themselves an outside shot of survival, dragging Blame It back into relegation fight – a Malpas brace equaled by Groves as the latter’s side edge out a 3-2 win in a relegation six pointer.

LEAGUE THREE

MATCH REPORTS

Brian build their goal difference total at the summit – a Crabb hat-trick earning the leader’s a valuable 5-2 win and the knowledge that just a draw in the final game will earn them the crown.

A solo strike from Cook in a 1-0 win for Stour ensures the title race goes down to the final week, however anything less than a win will see Stour’s hopes end whilst Bartlett and Waterworth continue to slug it out for the Top Scorer Award, a goal each as Superior see off Dyslexia 2-1 leaves them neck and neck going into the final week.