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?!

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: 16/02

OVERHEAD HEIGHT RULE – The ball is ALLOWED over head height (six foot). The only time it is not allowed over head height is from kick ins and from GK distribution – using his hands or feet. 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

Barnes, Welham and Wilkinson each net a hat-trick as Inter run riot with an 11-0 demolition of 2 Goals to maintain their point advantage at the top.

Warrener moves to joint top of the individuals standings with a hat-trick of his own as Champagne see off Fatzio 4-0.

AFC United keep their title ambitions alive with a 4-2 victory over Canford FC – Brown bagging a brace to keep his side just three points off the top.

CHAMPIONSHIP

MATCH REPORTS

Exeter extend their lead by a further point despite being held to a 1-1 draw – L.Hayward securing a point for relegation threatened Unathletico.

One Trick Bony’s lose ground on the leaders but keep a two point advantage in second – a brace for Robinson securing a shock 3-1 win for Murder to move them clear of the bottom two.

Figjams were unable to capitalise on One Trick’s defeat – a Pritchard brace not enough as his side are held to a point by a stubborn Perk Inn performance.

LEAGUE ONE

MATCH REPORTS

Windgreen maintain their two point advantage – Dodson netting the only goal of the game as the leader’s edge out relegation threatened Hardly 1-0.

Mackinlay and Churchill each bag a brace as Six Offenders run riot with a 5-1 win over Brian to keep the pressure on the top spot.

Jadeymonds remain just one point off the promotion places – Top Scorer Helyar netting another brace in a 3-1 victory over Chutters to keep their title ambitions alive.

LEAGUE TWO

MATCH REPORTS

Shire make it SIX in SIX to hold their three point advantage at the top – a Chatten hat-trick the difference as the leaders see off Sons 4-1.

G1 win again to almost guarantee their promotion – a 2-0 win over Premfast leaving them five points clear with four games to go.

Elsewhere, Mills and Burgess star as Algarve secure a 3-1 victory over a depleted Superior to extend the gap into third to SIX points.

LEAGUE THREE

MATCH REPORTS

It’s all change at the top of League Three as Dyslexia replace Travis at the top with a slender goal difference advantage – Top Scorer Lane netting twice in a 4-2 win as the top two clashed in League Three.

Blame It move to within three points of the top two with – Baker with a brace in a resounding 7-0 win over bottom side Stour to keep his side’s title ambitions alive.

How I Met and Homeblest are made to settle for a point each from the night’s final game – four different scorers netting in an entertaining 2-2 draw.