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War Memorial Ground
Bishops Drive, Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0JP
Tel: 01636 814386

Directions: From Nottingham take the A612 towards Southwell going through Burton Joyce and Lowdham. Approach Southwell along Nottingham Road going past the school/leisure Centre. At ?T? junction turn right and Bishops Drive is the next on the right.

Match Officials:
Steve Hines
Lee Clarke
David Johnson

Under 15’s Get Warm for the Winter

Local Architecture Practice, Joseph Kemish Architects Ltd. (JKA), have enthusiastically offered their support for Southwell City Under 15 team for the second year.

JKA contributed to the local football team, the Southwell Cobras Under 15’s, with new shirts last season and this season has helped the team purchase some new training tops. Jacob and Enzo representing the team are pictured receiving the new tops from JKA.

The Under 15’s have been together for just over 3 years and are now playing in the Notts Youth League. Training on Mondays, with matches on Saturdays, the team have had a strong start to the current season. They sit at the top of the division and Jacob comments that the team are not complacent and know there are many more games to come.

Coaches Richard and Lee are really pleased with the team and the progress of all players. Currently around 20 are regularly at training; it will be great to see them with the new training tops, timed just right for the cooler evenings and oncoming winter months. The thanks of all the players and managers are passed over to Joseph Kemish Architects Ltd.

Joseph Kemish Architects Ltd. are very proud to support a young local sports team and wish them every success for this season.  We are a Southwell based company working throughout the East Midlands providing creative architectural solutions for all types of projects.  The practice is currently working on a wide variety of commissions for domestic and commercial clients.  We would welcome the opportunity to discuss projects of all scales and are always excited to bring a creative approach to your scheme.

City in Remarkable Cup Comeback

City staged a remarkable cup comeback on Wednesday night, eventually overcoming Bingham Town 6-4, after extra-time, in a thrilling League Cup fixture at the War Memorial Ground.

The game looked dead and buried for City at half-time in the tie. After 45 minutes the lads were 0-3 down to a clinical Bingham team that had taken their  chances well in the first period. This was despite the visitors being reduced to 10 men after they’d had a player sent off after 29 minutes.

After the restart, Jonny Nussey pulled a goal back for City on 55 minutes with a fine header. 3 minutes later Nussey was on the mark again, slotting home to make it 3-2.  A Bob Haigh header, pulled City level on 82 minutes, taking the tie into extra-time.

Into extra-time, and at it was the visitors who went ahead again, 2 minutes into the added on period. Super sub Hill made it 4-4 minutes later. The game finally swung in favour of city when another Bingham player was dismissed, and then another, taking the opponents down to just 8 players!

Nussey made it 5-4 as the game entered the second period of extra-time. With 2 minutes left, Nussey made it 4 goals for the night, curling his shot over the keeper into the Bingham net. Final Score 6-4 to City on a crazy night of football!

The boys now await the quarter-final draw to see who they player in the next round.

Picture: Four Goal Nussey and 16-year old MOTM, George Caudwell

 

Southwell City Needs You!

Southwell City FC has embarked on an ambitious project to upgrade its facilities to better serve the needs of the many adult, boys and girls teams that it currently runs.

At present, teams play matches at both Memorial Park and Brinkley and this long-term development plan would see the clubhouses and playing facilities at both sites remodelled and updated.

In order to start the scheme, the club is initially looking for funding from the Aviva Community Fund. It is appealing for players, fans and residents of Southwell to vote online for the project so that a judging panel can consider it.

If the bid is successful, the young footballers of Southwell will benefit from an improved playing surface and clubhouse facilities at Memorial Park. Female changing rooms, improved disabled facilities, child focused amenities and a new kitchen will all be included in the work.

The clubhouse at Memorial Park will also be redesigned to become a social hub for all teams. Club members, spectators and friends we be able to use the facilities for everything from match day refreshments, to birthday parties, wedding receptions and social meetings.

At Brinkley the redevelopment would focus on improving the facilities for 11-A-Side football and improving the clubhouse and changing areas. It is hoped that Football Association funding could pay for the cost of this work.

To vote for the project visit: https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-2270

U14 Girls Looking for Players

Southwell City U14 Girls are looking to recruit new players who are currently in Year 8 or Year 9 to join this successful and developing football team, having moved onto 11 a side this year. Training times are on Monday evenings at Centenary Sports Ground, Fiskerton Road, Brinkley, NG24 OTP at 7pm – 8pm. League games are on Sunday mornings. For further details, please contact Dan Cousins on 07905 709528.

U13 Cougars Looking for Players

Southwell City Cougars U13’s are looking to sign new players to supplement the current side.  The team was started in 2014 and have moved to eleven a side football this year.

The team play their games on Saturday mornings in the Young Elizabethan League.  Training is on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:00 pm on the Minster Pitches, Southwell.  Experience players preferred but not essential.

Interested players should contact Kevin Bloomfield on 07887 511 663 kevinbloomfield@blockfoil.com

City Progress In Cup

A makeshift City line-up took on Welbeck Lions this afternoon in the Notts FA Saturday Senior Cup. Despite a below par performance from the team, they progress to the next round courtesy of goals from Law and Nussey (Pen).

It was a memorable afternoon though for 16 year old, Ben Napier who came on as a substitute and made his senior debut for City today. (Pictured above)

Match Stats can be found here.

Earlier in the week, City strengthened their grip on the top of the Notts Senior League Premier Division table with an 8-1 demolishing of Bilborough Town at the Memorial Ground.  This is now the third time the team have scored eight in a match this season.

Goalscorers were: Calum Law (3), Blair Bryant (2), Ant Brown and Oliver Clarke.

In the Pink City Hit Eight

Weekend Roundup (13th / 14th October)
City stay top of the Premier Division. Reserves win against Basford. Ladies beat Mansfield Town Development.

FIRST TEAM

City bounced back in true style on Saturday. After last weekend’s first defeat of the season, the team hit eight goals against Attenborough to record an easy away win. At the same time, close rivals Awsworth Villa were only able to draw at home to Bingham Town. This meant that City were able to extend their lead at the top of the NSL Premier to two points.

Scorers for City were Ewan Hill (3) Calum Law (2) and Oliver Clarke (2). The other highlight of the day was some questionable footwear, proudly worn by George Caudwell!

RESERVES

It was also a great afternoon for our reserves on Saturday. A 1-0 home win over high-flying Basford Community moves City up to 4th in the NSL Division 1. Tom Tyler was the scorer of the only goal of the game.

LADIES

The Ladies team rounded off a great weekend for our Senior teams with a 4-2 league win, away at Mansfield Town Development. Jessica Wright opened the scoring after 17 minutes. Caitlin Dickinson made it 2-0 after 32 minutes. A third city goal came courtesy of Hannah Stredder in the 63rd minutes and Wright made sure of victory in the 89th minute with her second goal of the game. A great result!

City Stay Top Despite Defeat

Weekend Roundup (6th / 7th October)
City stay top of the Premier Division. Reserves win at Mansfield. Ladies beat Bingham Town.

FIRST TEAM

Southwell City’s unbeaten start to the season was finally brought to an end on Saturday, following a 0-2 home defeat to Awsworth Villa. City never really got going on wet afternoon and Villa scored twice before half-time to put City in a position they could never get back from.

Congratulations to Villa who were deserved victors on the day. City remain top of the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, ahead of Villa on goal difference.

The only other unbeaten team in the league, Stapleford Town, also lost on Saturday. Surprisingly, they were beaten 1-0 at Bingham Town.

RESERVES

A great result for our reserves on Saturday. They were visiting Mansfield Hosiery Mills and will be pleased with a fantastic 2-1 away victory. City move up to 5th in the Notts Senior League Division One.

LADIES

SCFC Ladies were at home to Bingham Town Ladies on Sunday morning. The team put in a great performance to record a 3-0 win with goals from Jessica Wright (30 minutes), Chloe Markham (36 minutes) and Caitlin Dickinson (53 minutes). A great performance from Abby Roper won her the Player of the Match award. The win moves the ladies up to 5th place in the Nottinghamshire Girls and Ladies Football League.