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Oundle Town 1st Team Northants FA County Cup

Oundle 1st Team XI are playing away to Northampton Fotogold FC  in round 2 of the Northants FA County Cup this Saturday 3rd November for a place in the last 16 of the NFA Lower Junior Cup. KO 2pm.

The game is being played at Lings, Lingswood Park, Northampton, NN3 8TA.

In round 1, Oundle Town First XI beat Crick Athletic FC  away 2-0 with goals coming from Sam Greenhalgh & Brian Smith, who sealed the game after scoring from a penalty. Brian is currently leading goal scorer with 13 in all competitions.

 

Players Wanted For Under 15 Team

Our under 15’s team are currently looking for players, can be current year 10 or 9.

Oundle Town FC Under 15’s play in the ChromaSport & Trophies Peterborough & District Youth League Division 2  on Sunday’s.

Our training sessions are currently held at Prince William School Wednesdays 8-9PM.

If you are interested please contact Steve Morgan on 07540 648484 or email stevenmorgan64@outlook.com

 

Weekend Football Roundup

Our weekend match report:

Oundle Town 1st team had a fantastic result at Station Rd winning 5-1 against FC Peterborough.

Oundle Town Reserves lost 1-0 away to Long Sutton Athletic Reserves.

OTFC U8’s Whites and Blacks each had games at South Road today with 2 fantastic home performances against Park Farm Puma’s Black and Whittlesea Juniors.

Coach Adrian Smith said “The kids are showing great development especially in passing and defending, whilst scoring some individual and team goals”

The U8’s White used the new power play rule to good effect after the 1st ten minutes which made for a better game against a 5 man Park Farm team.

 

Social Media Code of Conduct

Message from the Peterborough & District Football League

We are growing concerned with the abuse aimed at Match Officials on Social Media, whether it be a manager, player, spectator or otherwise.

This is unacceptable and this does get reported to County FA.

Please can you pass on to any relevant persons within your Clubs that this is unacceptable and should not be happening.

Whilst we can appreciate that frustrations can get the better of people, referees are only human and are key to the running of football. We are struggling enough as it is with the number of officials within the game and situations such as abuse on social media do not help this situation.

If you have any issues at all with an official, please contact us as a League or their relevant County FA and it can be dealt with accordingly.

Georgie Elsom
Assistant League Secretary
Fixture Administrator