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Dudley & Cradley HeathFootball League

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: May 22, 2014

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Thursday May 15 2014

Premier Division

King William

2 - 3

Pensnett United

Sunday 18th May 2014

Joe Stanton Memorial Trophy Final

Lloyds

0 - 1

Pensnett United

Pensnett settled in quicker than Lloyds and took control of the game, and if it had not been for Lloyds' goalkeeper Rob Hoye pulling off two finger tip saves and a couple of brave one on one challenges, along with the support of his defence, this game could have been out of sight midway through the first half.

Half Time 0 – 0

Lloyds continued to defend well and again they had Keeper Rob Hoye to thank for several other first class saves. The only goal of the game came midway through the half as Lloyds were starting to get back at Pensnett.

Pensnett were awarded a corner that was taken as the ref blew the whistle. Everyone stood still wondering what had happened but Aaron Lloyd caught the ball with the side of his head and it flew in to the net 1 – 0. Lloyds protested but the goal stood. From this point it was a very even game with both teams creating chances but both defences were up to the task.

Premier Division

Bush Athletic

5 - 1

Malt Dudley

Premier Division champions Bush took control of this game from the start with three first-half goals from Kyshon Ennvver, Dave Brown and Richard Price

Half Time 3 – 0

James Davies pulled one back for Malt before Nathan Anderson and Kieron Bennett completed the scoring.

Teams for the 2014 / 2015 Season

The Dudley and Cradley Heath League have vacancies and are looking for extra clubs for next season.

We can guarantee football from mid-August to mid-May. Besides the league fixtures we also run five cup competitions including the prestigious Dudley Guest Hospital Cup.

Entrance fees are very competitive and all grounds have full facilities.For further information please contact Bryan Sutton on 01384 295651 or John Lawton on 01384 832347.

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