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North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League 2011-2012 Season Handbook Affiliated to the Wiltshire County FA


North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League Formed 2003

Affiliated to the Wiltshire County Football Association [Affiliation number JL00022 2011/12 season]

OFFICIAL HANDBOOK 2011 - 2012 Issued by the League to all Member Clubs


North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League

2011-12 Season Handbook

Section

Page

League Officers

4

Meeting Dates

5

League / Cup Dates

6

Advice to Club Secretaries

7

Club Contact Details

8

Goalpost and Pitch Sizes

37

League & Cup Rules

38

Laws of Mini Soccer

70

Safeguarding Children Policy

78

Respect -

79

RESPECT - The use of DSA & Technical Areas

86

Codes of Conduct

87

The Common Sense Approach to Taking Photos

91

Respect Awards Trophy

93

Hall of Fame

95

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North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League

2011-12 Season Handbook

LEAGUE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE & OFFICERS SEASON 2011 ʹ 2012 PRESIDENT DON ROGERS (2003)

VICE-PRESIDENT STUART MORGAN (2003)

CHAIRMAN IAN DANDY (2010) 07951 481229 ian.dandy@northwiltsleague.co.uk

GENERAL SECRETARY MARGARET RIVERS (2003) 07825 254597 margaret.rivers@northwiltsleague.co.uk

TREASURER & LEAGUE WELFARE OFFICER KAREN PRICTOR (2004) 07701 062670 karen.prictor@northwiltsleague.co.uk

DISCIPLINE SECRETARY STUART MORGAN (2003) 07899 797396 stuart.morgan@northwiltsleague.co.uk

CUPS SECRETARY ANT FARRAR (2009) 07818 077538 ant.farrar@northwiltsleague.co.uk

RESULTS SECRETARY CARYN PUFFETT (2006) 07732 625015 caryn.puffett@northwiltsleague.co.uk

FIXTURES SECRETARY (U13-U18) KEVIN PRICTOR (2006) 07701 062670 kevin.prictor@northwiltsleague.co.uk

FIXTURES SECRETARY (U9-U12) DAVE OWEN (2010) 07974 440050 dave.owen@northwiltsleague.co.uk

REGISTRATIONS & RESULTS SECRETARY (U7-U10) FIXTURES SECRETARY (U7-U8) GERALD KENT (2005) 07533 679298 gerald.kent@northwiltsleague.co.uk

REGISTRATIONS/RESULTS SECRETARY (U11-U18) JO RATCLIFFE (2010) 07855 442210 jo.ratcliffe@northwiltsleague.co.uk

REFEREES SECRETARY MARTIN SIDDLE (2008) 07917 898320 martin.siddle@northwiltsleague.co.uk

ASSISTANT REFEREES SECRETARY PAT BUTLER (2010) 07708 706884 patrick.butler@northwiltsleague.co.uk

REPORTS SECRETARY LEE MORRIS (2010) 07894 134373 lee.morris@northwiltsleague.co.uk

LEAGUE OFFICER(S) PHIL RIVERS (2006)

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North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League

2011-12 Season Handbook

2011/12 Season Meeting Dates ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday 21st June 2012 Commencing 7:30pm prompt at The Legends Lounge, Swindon Town FC, County Ground, Swindon

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETINGS Thursday 8th September 2011 Thursday 6th October 2011 Thursday 10th November 2011 Thursday 8th December 2011 Thursday 12th January 2012 Thursday 9th February 2012 Thursday 8th March 2012 Thursday 5th April 2012 Thursday 3rd May 2012 All meetings are held at Jubilee Clubhouse, Chestnut Springs, Lydiard Millicent Meetings commence at 7:30pm prompt

LEAGUE CLUB MEETINGS Dates for Member club meetings are as follows: Thursday 17th November 2011 Thursday 1st March 2012 To be held at the Legends Lounge, STFC commencing at 7:30pm prompt

ANNUAL AWARDS TROPHIES PRESENTATION The Annual Awards Ceremony for all League Winners & Runners-up will take place on

Sunday 13th May 2012 To be held at the Legends Lounge, STFC – Times TBA

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2011/12 Season Dates Competition Season Start

Under 7

Under 8

04/09/11

Under

Under

Under

Under

Under

Under

Under

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Under 17/18

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

04/09/11

18/9/11

18/9/11

18/9/11

18/9/11

18/9/11

25/9/11

25/9/11

18/9/11

25/9/11

16/10/11

X

23/10/11

X

09/10/11

X

16/10/11

Under 9

04/09/11

League Cup X Prelim round Wilts County X

Cup 1st round Autumn Half

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

22/10/11

Term

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

29/10/11

09/10/11

09/10/11

09/10/11

09/10/11

16/10/11

16/10/11

16/10/11

09/10/11

09/10/11

06/11/11

X

20/11/11

X

13/11/11

X

11/12/11

League Cup X

1st round Wilts County

X

Cup 2nd round League Cup X

2nd Round

20/11/11

20/11/11

20/11/11

20/11/11

27/11/11

X

20/11/11

X

X

Christmas /

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

19/12/11

New Year

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

02/01/12

X

15/01/12

X

11/12/11

X

08/01/12

X

22/01/12

X

05/02/12

X

22/01/12

X

05/02/12

X

12/02/12

Wilts County Cup 3rd round Wilts County Cup ¼ finals League Cup ¼ X

08/01/12

08/01/12

08/01/12

08/01/12

15/01/12

08/01/12

22/01/12

15/01/12

08/01/12

finals Spring Half

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

13/02/12

Term

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

17/02/12

SUBJECT TO

During

During

During

During

During

During

During

During

During

CHANGE WITHOUT

February

February

February

February

February

February

February

February

February

NOTICE

& March

League Cup Semi-finals & March

& March

& March

& March

& March

& March

& March

& March

Easter School

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

2/04/12

Holidays

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

13/04/12

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

5th & 6th

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

2012

2012

2012

2012

2012

2012

2012

2012

2012

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

13/05/12

15/4/12

X

1/4/12

X

15/4/12

League Cup X Finals End of Season X Presentation

Season End

13/05/12

13/05/12

Wilts County X Cup finals

18/4/12


North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League

2011-12 Season Handbook

ADVICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES Club Secretaries are asked to pay special attention to the following points in the best interest of the North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8.

9. 10. 11. 12.

If there is a change to any of the details provided for your club in this handbook you must inform the General Secretary immediately and also the County Association with whom you are affiliated. In the case of Clubs affiliated with The Wiltshire County Football Association you should contact Mr M.G. Benson, the Hon. Secretary. Contact details for Mr Benson are as follows: The Wiltshire County Football Association Limited Hon. Secretary Mr MG Benson Units 2/3 Dorcan Business Village, Murdock Road, Swindon, SN3 5HY Telephone: 01793 486047 Fax: 01793 692699 Email: mike.benson@wiltsfa.com Conduct at all times must be strictly in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Football Association and the Rules of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League. As Secretary of your Club you are ultimately responsible for all its business with the League. In all cases where a reply to correspondence is required a stamped addressed envelope should be enclosed or alternatively email the General Secretary to margaret.rivers@northwiltsleague.co.uk All correspondence relating to other League business including, registration, results, postponements, cancellations and Referees should be sent to the appropriate Officer by email to the addresses shown in this handbook. Registration and Transfer Forms should be obtained from the Registration Secretary to whom all properly completed forms should be returned. Results sheets should be processed on Full-time immediately after the conclusion of each game using the Team Administrators unique logon and password. The HOME team’s Team Administrator should on receipt of a text from Full-time reply with their result or apply their result to the Results/Stats section of Full-time at the following link http://fulltime.thefa.com/Index.do?divisionseason=1026097&league=8577245 Whenever possible all monies should be sent direct to the Treasurer. All other correspondence with the League must be sent to the General Secretary, only correspondence received from or sanctioned by the Club Secretary will be acknowledged. In addition to your League handbook, Club Secretaries should ensure they possess a copy of the current Official handbook of the Wiltshire County Football Association. If you have a query for any League Officer, please ensure any telephone call is made at a decent hour.

CANCELLED AND POSTPONED GAMES – CLAIMS FOR EXPENSES All Clubs are asked to take special note that the procedure for making a claim for expenses will be as follows: 1. The Claimants shall write to the defaulting Club within three days of the date of the cancelled or postponed fixture giving full details of the expenses being claimed, a copy of such letter to be sent to the League General Secretary. 2. The defaulting Club shall within seven days of receiving such claim reply to the claim by:3. Enclosing a cheque in full settlement of the claim; or 4. Declaring that the claim is in dispute. A copy of this reply to be sent to the League General Secretary. 5. Where the claim is disputed the claimant shall send to the General Secretary the receipts or other such evidence (or copies thereof) for those expenses which are being claimed. 6. The League Management Committee shall consider all the available facts and evidence to make their judgement subject to League Rule 16. Clubs are asked to accept this procedure as being a more detailed interpretation of Rule 10 (F).

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Directory Of Clubs AFC Newbury Secretary Under 18

John Stewart 68 Essex Street, Newbury, Berks, RG14 6QS Simon Dunford Ground: Newbury FC Stadium, Faraday Road, Newbury, Berks, RG14 2AD Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01635 40727 M: 07940 892407 E: john_stewart@adp.com T: 01635 523783 Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: drofnud@drofnuds.fsnet.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYD00589 M: 07782 133052 Colours: Red shirts/white shorts/red socks

Alderbury Secretary Under 15

Mr Nigel Sell 12 Oakwood Grove, Alderbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 3BN Phil Spratt Ground: Junction Road, Alderbury Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01722 711184 M: 07802643679 E: nigelsell@aol.com T: 01722 324189 Kick Off: 12.00 CRB Approved E: philspratt@aol.com

County Affiliation No: JSS00266 M: 07884 261617 Colours: Green/White

ASC Youth

Under 12

Claire Russell 548 Cricklade Road, Swindon, Wilts, SN2 7AH Paul Gillie Ground: Beversbrook Sports Facility

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 2 Craig Duncan Ground: Red Oaks Primary

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 2 Craig Wykeham-Martin Ground: Broadtown School

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nick Bolton Ground: Broadtown School

Secretary

Coaching Level: Uefa B (Level 3)

T: 01793 706114 M: 07729065783 E: crussell835@hotmail.com T: 01793 840499 Kick Off: 12.30 PM CRB Approved E: pgillie1@live.co.uk T: 01793 322527 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: paulgeorge22@btinternet.com T: 01793 879998 Kick Off: 10.30 am CRB Approved E: cwmboys@gmail.com T: 01793 855730 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: nickbolton222@aol.com

County Affiliation No: JYN00204 M: 07860 487089 Colours: navy/white M: 07868 667767 Colours: navy/white M: 07970 370940 Colours: navy/white M: 07745 230226 Colours: navy/white

Ashton Keynes

Under 15

Lars Frimert 22 Derryfields, Garden Cottage, Ashton Keynes, Swindon , Wiltshire, SN6 6PA Steve Gunning Ground: Bradstone Playing Fields

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jon Arnett Ground: High Road, Ashton Keynes

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Powell Ground: High Road, Ashton Keynes

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Phil Moran Ground: High Road, Ashton Keynes

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01285 862 685 County Affiliation No: JYN00381 M: 07854 471 464 E: lars@frimert.net T: M: 07858 130982 Kick Off: 11.00 Colours: white shirts / black shorts CRB Approved E: info@greenattitude.co.uk T: 01285 860185 M: 07599178991 Kick Off: 2:00 pm Colours: Black and White CRB Approved E: jonarnett@live.co.uk T: M: 07989 493900 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Black & white stripes CRB Approved E: andrew.powell@rwenpower.com T: M: 07880 715715 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Black & white stripes CRB Approved E: philmoran@mysecretkitchen.co.uk

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Directory Of Clubs Ashton Keynes (JYN00381 ) continued.... Under 8

Andrew Sims Ground: High Road, Ashton Keynes Coaching Level: Level 1

T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: a.csims@btinternet.com

M: 07500 884188 Colours: Black & white stripes

Avebury

Under 14

Richard Knight C/O Orchard Cottage, , Lockeridge, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4EL Ian Smith Ground: Avebury Sports Field

Under 11

Coaching Level: No Qualification Anthony Atkinson Ground: Lockeridge

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Anthony Atkinson Ground: Lockeridge

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 08456 52 88 12 County Affiliation No: JYN00436 M: 07894 733 426 E: richard.knight@aveburyfc.co.uk T: 01672 511456 M: Kick Off: 1030H Colours: Orange & Black CRB Approved E: iansmth106@aol.com T: 01672 861 742 M: 07979064134 Kick Off: 1000H Colours: Orange & Black CRB Approved E: anthony.atkinson@aveburyfc.co.uk T: 01672 861 742 M: 07979064134 Kick Off: 1400H Colours: Orange & Black CRB Approved E: anthony.atkinson@aveburyfc.co.uk

Avonvale United Secretary Under 16

Under 13

Under 12

Jo Johnson T: 01666 504829 167 St Marys Road, Tetbury, Glos, GL8 8BSM: 07518 017363 E: jojohnson1970@hotmail.com Paul Bennett T: 01666 504831 Ground: SWR, Lowfield Rd, Tetbury. Kick Off: 10.30 GL8 8AE CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: pandabennett40@btinternet.com Mark Johnson T: 01666 504829 Ground: SWR, Lowfield Road, Tetbury. Kick Off: 2pm GL8 8AE CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: woolsacker69@hotmail.com Colin Stevens T: 01453 827937 Ground: SWR, Lowfield Road, Tetbury. Kick Off: 12.00 GL8 8AE CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: colinjohnstevens@hotmail.com

County Affiliation No: JYN00547 M: 07974194942 Colours: Red Shirt/Black Shorts

M: 07720 716568 Colours: Red Shirt/Black Shorts

M: 07739 878849 Colours: Red Shirts/Black Shorts

Blunsdon Colts

Under 18

Ellis Jones 2 Medway Road, Haydon Wick, Swindon, Wilts, SN25 3NZ Ian Dowdell Ground: Lydiard Park

Under 16

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nigel Lord Ground: Sutton Park

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ellis Jones Ground: Sutton Park

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nigel Sawyer Ground: Lydiard Park

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 705406 M: 07984 522753 E: secretary@blunsdoncoltsfc.co.uk T: 01793-705534 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: ian.dowdell@btinternet.com T: 01793-703446 Kick Off: 12:30 CRB Approved E: Lord_A@sky.com T: Kick Off: 12.30 CRB Approved E: adyf1965@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793-336608 Kick Off: 12.30 CRB Approved E: nigelsawyer@ntlworld.com

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County Affiliation No: JYN00426 M: 07791-120510 Colours: Amber & Black M: 07969-396039 Colours: Amber & Black M: 07535 342438 Colours: Amber & Black M: 07763-048446 Colours: Amber & Black


Directory Of Clubs Blunsdon Colts (JYN00426) continued.... Under 13

Cliff Boddy Ground: Sutton Park

Under 12 A

Coaching Level: Level 2 Paul Braithwaite Ground: St Luke's School

Under 12 B

Coaching Level: Level 2 Ian Drew Ground: Sutton Park

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dan Rusga Ground: Nythe Primary School

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nick Edwards Ground: Nythe Primary School

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gary McGunigall Ground: Nythe Primary School Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01793 703986 M: 07973 391668 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: CliffBoddy@hotmail.com T: 01793 762948 M: 07989 053399 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: Paul84lambretta@aol.com T: 01793 726867 M: 07920 145913 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: drew@retrac-composites.com drewy73@btinternet.com T: 01793-702163 M: 07776-145229 Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: dan.rusga@yeovalley.co.uk T: M: 07810 702017 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: nick-e@live.co.uk T: M: 07899 977795 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Amber & Black CRB Approved E: gary_mac@live.co.uk

Brinkworth Cats

Under 14 A

Paul Gerrish 45 Glebe Road, Wootton Bassett, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 7DU Paul Gerrish Ground: Ballard's Ash

Under 14 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Gerrish Ground: Ballard's Ash

Under 14 R

Coaching Level: Level 1 Mark Luffman Ground: Ballard's Ash

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andrew Sinclair Ground: Ballard's Ash

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Peter Thorn Ground: Ballard's Ash

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 851004 M: 07946 629483 E: paul@childs-play.com T: 01793 851004 Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: paul@childs-play.com T: 01793 851004 Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: paul@childs-play.com T: 01793 635024 Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: mark.luffman@ntlworld.com T: 01666 510502 Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: andrew.sinclair@smellycat.org T: 01793 770632 Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: peter.thorn@gmail.com

County Affiliation No: JYN00394 M: 07946 629483 Colours: Red / Black M: 07946 629483 Colours: Red / Black M: 07773 354973 Colours: Red / Black M: 07989 492518 Colours: Red / Black M: 07962 058344 Colours: Red / Black

Broad Town Colts Secretary Under 11

Astrid Laurence T: 01793 850644 23 Parsons Way, Wootton Bassett, Swindon,M: 07773636078 SN4 8BY E: astrid.laurence@gmail.com Matt Laurence T: 01793 850644 Ground: Beversbrook, Calne Kick Off: 12.30 CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: matt_laurence@yahoo.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYN00324 M: 07859794621 Colours: Navy/Yellow


Directory Of Clubs Chippenham Town Youth Secretary Under 15

Terry McCosh 41 Westminster Gardens, Chippenham, SN14 0DF Shaun Williams Ground: Stanley Park, Chippenham SN15 3RR Coaching Level: Level 2

T: 01249 460842 M: 07946 115313 E: tcsemccosh@btinternet.com T: 01249 656798 Kick Off: 2pm CRB Approved E: shaun.williams1@btclick.com

County Affiliation No: JYN00364 M: 07810 858931 Colours: Blue/White Hooped shirts, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks

Chiseldon Secretary

Stephen Trowbridge 4 Ulysses Road, Swindon, SN25 2JR

Under 15

Den Costello Ground: TBC

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 2 Matt Clarke Ground: Chiseldon Rec

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 2 Dave Tomlinson Ground: Chiseldon Rec

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 2 Dave Tomlinson Ground: Chiseldon Rec Coaching Level: Level 2

T: 01793 745018 M: E: stephentrowbridge@hotmail.com T: 01793 431 472 Kick Off: 2.00pm CRB Approved E: denis-costello@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 11:00 CRB Approved E: tim-keen@ntlworld.com T: Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: tomlinsonda_@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: tomlinsonda_@hotmail.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JSN00135 M: 07809 743 515 Colours: Royal Blue/Blue/Blue M: 07747088510 Colours: Blue and White Stripes M: 07896417098 Colours: Blue and White Stripes M: 07896417098 Colours: Blue and White Stripes

Cirencester Town Secretary Under 15

Steve Hale The Corinium Stadium, Kingshill Lane, Cirencester, Gloucester, GL7 1HS Jim Luce Ground: Corinium Stadium

Ground:

T: 01285 654543 M: E: steve.hale@cirentownfc.plus.com T: 01285 657562 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: jimandjulie123@o2.co.uk T: 01285 659951 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: ross_waters7@live.com T: 01285 656681 Kick Off: 12.30 CRB Approved E: football@twenty4.info T: 01451 861258 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: JMWNWRGHT8@AOL.COM T: 07739 295902 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: neil.brown@accessdisplays.co.uk T: 07989 493672 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: jeff.oodian@rwe.com T: 01285 860126 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: leejones65@ovi.com T: Kick Off:

Coaching Level:

E:

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ross Waters Under 15 Colts Ground: Corinium Stadium

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Chris Barnett Ground: Corinium Stadium

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jim Wainwright Ground: Corinium Stadium

Under 12 Centurions Under 11 Centurions Under 11 Gladiators

Coaching Level: Level 1 Neil Brown Ground: Corinium Stadium Coaching Level: Level 2 Jeff Oodian Ground: Corinium Stadium Coaching Level: Level 1 Lee Jones Ground: Corinium Stadium Coaching Level: Level 1

Under 7

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County Affiliation No: JYN00013 M: 07928 014616 Colours: Red & Black striped shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07879 217405 Colours: Red & Black striped shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07971 799115 Colours: Red & Black striped shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07920516167 Colours: Red & Black Striped Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07739 295902 Colours: Red & Black Striped Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07989 493672 Colours: Red & Black striped shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07906 266820 Colours: Red & Black striped shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: Colours:


Directory Of Clubs Clarendon Juniors Secretary Under 13

Jeremy Thomas 6 Forest Houses, Farley, Salisbury, Wilts, SP5 1AG Nigel Bunsell Ground: Barry's Fields, Weston Lane, Winterslow SP5 1RL Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01722712450 County Affiliation No: JSS00344 M: E: secretary@clarendonjuniorsfc.co.uk T: M: 07775642108 Kick Off: Colours: Red/White stripes, black shorts CRB Approved E: nigel.bunsell@clarendonjuniorsfc.co.uk

Coleshill Juniors FC Secretary Under 18

Andrew Topp 12 The Willows, Highworth, Swindon, SN6 7PG Paul French Ground: Coleshill Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 766341 M: 07904 958365 E: admin@cufcjuniors.co.uk T: 01793 979228 Kick Off: 14:00hrs CRB Approved E: pauldavidfrench@yahoo.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYD00805 M: 07818 444844 Colours: Orange & Black

Cricklade Youth

Under 18

Helen Gardiner Harcourt Cottage, Blunsdon Hill, Blunsdon, Wilts, SN26 8BZ Jon Parker Ground: Cricklade leisure Centre

T: 01793 705790 M: 07962 219163 E: secretary@cyfcweb.co.uk T: 01793 752952 Kick Off: 10.30am

Under 16

Coaching Level: No Qualification Neil Askins Ground: Cricklade Leisure Centre

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Teresa Gray Ground: Cricklade Leisure Centre

Under 9

Coaching Level: No Qualification Wayne Twitchell Ground: St Sampsons School

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jason Muir Ground: St Sampsons School

E: jonparker1@aol.com T: 01793 703897 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: neilaskins@dsl.pipex.com T: 01285 810601 Kick Off: 2.15pm CRB Approved E: teresagray90716@hotmail.com T: 01793 323572 Kick Off: 10am CRB Approved E: stwitchel@ntlworld.com T: 01793 751931 Kick Off: 2pm

Coaching Level: No Qualification

E: jason.muir@hp.com

Richard KIRBY 4 Juno Way, Rushey Platt, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN5 8ZD Becky Gammon Ground: Croft Sports Centre , Marlborough Road, SN3 1RA

T: 01793 886985 M: 07530 283044 E: kirbyrich@aol.com T: Kick Off: 10am

Secretary

County Affiliation No: JYN00305 M: Colours: Red Shirt/black shorts M: 07979 750131 Colours: Red Shirt/Black shorts M: 07917 798653 Colours: Red shirt/Black Shorts M: 07922 627927 Colours: Red shirt/black shorts M: 07921 875314 Colours: Red shirt/black shorts

Croft Juniors Secretary Under 18

Under 16 A

Coaching Level: Level 2 Gary Sellars Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA

Under 16 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Simon Guyatt Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1

County Affiliation No: JYS00406 M: 07825 336479 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Shorts

CRB Approved E: beckygammon@googlemail.com T: 01793 617215 M: 07778970505 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts CRB Approved E: gary@garysellars.orangehome.co.uk T: 01793 523956 M: 07884 150944 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts CRB Approved E: simonguyatt@hotmail.com

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Directory Of Clubs Croft Juniors (JYS00406) continued.... Under 15

Darren Sims Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA

T: 01793 695273 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: darren.sims@talktalk.net T: 01793 616564 Kick Off: 12.00

M: 07903 748420 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Darren ABBOTT/Craig GORTON Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Richard Kirby Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA

E: darren@eclipselabels.com/craig.gorton@ntlworld.com T: 01793 886985 M: 07530 283044 Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ant Farrar Under 12 Blue Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA

M: 07818 077538 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

Coaching Level: Level 2 Michael Bolton Under 12 Red Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 2 Russell Turner Under 11 Blue Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 2 Mike Skinner Under 11 Red Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1 Kieran Burroughs Under 10 Blue Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1 Kieran Burroughs Under 10 Red Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1 Nick Ware Under 9 Blue Ground: Croft Sports Centre Coaching Level: No Qualification Carl Bunce Under 9 Red Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 2 Joe Hurd Under 8 Blue Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Hutchison Under 8 Red Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1

CRB Approved E: kirbyrich@aol.com T: 01793 327451 Kick Off: 12.00 CRB Approved E: anthony.farrar@googlemail.com T: 01793 537158 Kick Off: 12.00 CRB Approved E: michaeljbolton@yahoo.co.uk T: Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: russell@leaderville.co.uk T: Kick Off: 2.00 CRB Approved E: mike.skin@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 329072 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: kieranburroughs@ntlworld.com T: 01793 329072 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: kieranburroughs@ntlworld.com T: 01793 527111 Kick Off: 10.00 E: nick.ware@nationwide.co.uk T: 01793 322269 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: carl@cannonmortgages.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: joe_hurd93@hotmail.com T: 01793 820768 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: j.hutchison388@btinternet.com

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M: 07919 008696/07802 354294 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07876 564804 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07971 089512 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07773 373512 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07879 888305 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07879 888305 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: tbc Colours: red/blue stripes, blue shorts M: 07973 204032 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07597 735985 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

M: 07800591876 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts


Directory Of Clubs Croft Juniors (JYS00406) continued.... Under 7

Richard Kirby Ground: Croft Sports Centre, Marlborough Lane, Old Town, Sw indon, SN3 1RA Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 886985 Kick Off: 10.30

M: 07530 283044 Colours: Royal Blue/Red Stripes, Royal Blue shorts

CRB Approved E: kirbyrich@aol.com

Dorcan Secretary Under 16

Mr Gary Robbins T: 01793 537422 35 Chalford Ave, Nythe, Swindon, Wiltshire, M: 07725 135919 SN3 3NT E: garyrobbins1@btinternet.com Gary Robbins/Joaquim Filipe T: 01793 537422 Ground: Hoopersfield Sports Kick Off: 13:30pm Ground.Rotten Row, Wanborough, Swindon, Wilts SN4 0AN CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: dorcanfc@btinternet.com

County Affiliation No: JYS00273 M: 07725 135919/07501 058519 Colours: Royal blue and black

Downend Rangers Secretary Under 12

Chris Pring T: 0117 9755973 86, Shellards Road, Longwell Green, Bristol,M: 07547010180 BS30 9DT E: pringc@virginmedia.com Gavin Reader / Rob Croome T: 0117 3301614 Ground: Wise Campus - Stoke Gifford Kick Off: 11:30 BS34 8LP CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: gavin.reader@sky.com

County Affiliation No: JYS00321 M: 07584778209 / 07780791155 Colours: Blue & White Stripes

Eldene Rangers

Under 16 I

Gemma Smague 100 Groundwell Road, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 2NB Ian Michael Ground: County Ground Extension

Under 16 M

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Michael Ground: County Ground Extension

Secretary

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andre Smague Ground: Eldene Primary School

Under 11

Coaching Level: No Qualification Paul Sharpe Ground: Eldene Primary School Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01793 420533 County Affiliation No: JMS00309 M: 07971 101488 E: Gemma@harmen.orangehome.co.uk T: 01793 226480 M: 07712 140678 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: soccerskills1@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 226480 M: 07712 140678 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: soccerskills1@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 420533 M: 07760 213121 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Yellow/Green CRB Approved E: dredotcom@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 497510 M: 07817 871337 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Yellow/Green CRB Approved E: paul.sharpe@gb.schneider-electric.com

Fairford Town Youth Secretary Under 18

Mike Jeans Vine House, Whelford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DY Dean Woolgar Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01285 711871 M: 07765891596 E: m.jeans@virgin.net T: 01367 252148 Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: t.shears@yahoo.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYN00605 M: 07940283244 Colours: Red and White Stripes


Directory Of Clubs Fairford Town Youth (JYN00605) continued.... Under 15

Andy Bright Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Wilson Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, GL7 4DD

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jason New Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Chris Jones Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steve Dar k Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Tony Warrington Ground: Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7 4DD

T: 01793 764180 Kick Off: 10:30

M: 07738018692 Colours: Red and White

CRB Approved E: Brigandr7@aol.com T: Kick Off: 14:00

M: 07879055024 Colours: red and white hoopes

E: a.wilson101@sky.com T: 01285 713927 Kick Off: 10:30

M: 07970742719 Colours: Red And White Stripes

CRB Approved E: jnewcarp@aol.com T: 01285 810574 Kick Off: 11:00

M: 07900677326 Colours: Red and White Stripes

CRB Approved E: Chris_jones11@btinternet.com T: 01285 713065 Kick Off: 10:00

M: 07884 227759 Colours: Red and White Stripes

CRB Approved E: stephen.dark@travisperkins.co.uk T: 01285 712487 M: 07775697493 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Red and White Stripes

Coaching Level: Level 1

CRB Approved E: t.warrington@espcolour.co.uk

Under 18

Martin Smedley 17 Eastbury Way, Priory Vale, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 2EL Gareth Reynolds Ground: Lydiard

T: 01793 727485 County Affiliation No: JYN00320 M: 07812 664462 E: martin.smedley@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: 01672 520565 M: 07734 430020 Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: Purple/Black

Under 16

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Willcock Ground: Lydiard Park

E: gareth.reynolds1953@gmail.com T: 01793 639345 M: 07905 194670 Kick Off: 2pm Colours: Purple Shirts/Black Shorts & CRB Approved Socks E: dave.willcock@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: 01793 339898 M: 07725 974992 Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: Purple/Black

FC Abbey Meads Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1 Richard Fouracre Under 15 Colts Ground: Lydiard Park, Hook Street, Swindon, SN5 5PA

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Narbett Ground: Catherine Wayte Primary School

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Barry Clarke Ground: Catheryn Wayte

CRB Approved E: richardfouracre@hotmail.co.uk T: M: 07745 477199 Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: Purple/Black CRB Approved E: paul.little@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: 01793 727485 M: 07812 664462 Kick Off: 10.30am Colours: Purple/Black CRB Approved E: martin.smedley@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: 01793 727485 M: 07812 664462 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Purple Shirts Black Shorts & CRB Approved Socks E: martin.smedley@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: M: 07747 641166 Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: Purple Shirts/Black Shorts & CRB Approved Socks E: paul.narbett@fcabbeymeads.co.uk T: M: 07725 054207 Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: Purple Black

Coaching Level: No Qualification

E: barry.clarke@fcabbeymeads.co.uk

Coaching Level: No Qualification Paul Little Under 15 Youth Ground: Lydiard Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Smedley Under 11 Colts Ground: Lydiard Park Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Smedley Under 11 Youth Ground: Lydiard Park

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Directory Of Clubs FC Abbey Meads (JYN00320) continued.... Under 7

Luis Ponting Ground: Catherine Wayte Coaching Level: Level 1

T: M: 07851 787309 Kick Off: 13.30 Colours: Purple/Black CRB Approved E: luis.ponting@fcabbeymeads.co.uk

FC Calne

Under 16

Steve Bates 8 Honeysuckle Close, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 9US John Tuck Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steve Bates Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL

Under 13 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Baguley Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 2 Kevin Diston Under 13 Tigers Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL Coaching Level: Level 1 Rob Inkpin Under 12 Bears Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL Coaching Level: Level 2 Mat Everitt Under 12 RoversGround: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Burton Under 11 Royals Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL

Under 11 Strikers Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Phil Moore Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL Coaching Level: Level 1 Darren Liles Ground: Beversbrook, Calne, SN11 9FL Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01249 817837 M: 07876 388085 E: batessr3@aol.com T: 01249 657610 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: john.tuck@kellys-heroes.com T: 01249 817837 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: batessr3@aol.com T: 01249 816829 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: martin.baguley@sky.com T: 01249 817364 Kick Off: 2pm CRB Approved E: kevindiston@yahoo.co.uk T: 07872 607449 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: robertinkpin@btinternet.com T: 07977 289445 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: matthew.everitt@renault.co.uk T: 01249 815842 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: burtond2@sky.com T: 01249 818694 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: philmoore@sky.com T: 01249 811715 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: melndaz@yahoo.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYE00249 M: 07947 817272 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07876 388085 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07784 292417 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07788 538723 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07872 607449 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07977 289445 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07976 283490 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07583 149987 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes M: 07875 450085 Colours: Blue/Black Stripes

FC Chippenham Youth Secretary Under 18 A

Under 18 B

Under 13

Under 11

Nicola Brown T: 01249 659651 30 Sherington Mead, Chippenham, Wiltshire,M: 07986 376423 SN15 3TU E: NBrownFCChipp@aol.com Gary Williamson T: 07785522083 Ground: Stanley Park Kick Off: 14.00 CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: j.williamson.2@btinternet.com Kevin Hayes T: 01249 462373 Ground: Stanley Park Kick Off: 14.00 CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: kevinhayes62@googlemail.com Mark Vickers T: 01249 651751 Ground: Stanley Park Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: vickersms@hotmail.co.uk Mike Morrissey T: 07831 832935 Ground: Stanley Park Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: fitafone@aol.com

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County Affiliation No: JYN00336 M: 07785522083 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07916 672025 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07917 856779 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07831 832935 Colours: Royal Blue


Directory Of Clubs FC Chippenham Youth (JYN00336) continued.... Under 10

Josef Pugh Ground: Stanley Park

Under 9 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Kevin Thomas Ground: Stanley Park

Under 9 B

Coaching Level: No Qualification Robbie White Ground: Stanley Park

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Smith Ground: Stanley Park Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 07917 227916 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: jo.pugh@yahoo.com T: 01249 814084 Kick Off: 10.00 CRB Approved E: ksaf.thomas@hotmail.com T: 01249 712699 Kick Off: 10.00 CRB Approved E: robbiefcchippenham@gmail.com T: 01249 445974 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: pplsmth@aim.com

M: 07917 227916 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07717843294 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07918 882125 Colours: Royal Blue M: 07801 864542 Colours: Royal Blue

Ferndale Rodbourne Secretary Under 15

Stuart Morgan 121 Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 4AX Steve Whetham Ground: Ferndale School

Under 13 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Stacy Willis Ground: Ferndale School

Under 13 B

Coaching Level: Level 2 Marcus Stafford Ground: Ferndale Rodbourne Coaching Level: Level 2

Under 12

Ground: Coaching Level:

Under 11 Colts Ground: Coaching Level: Matt Meader-Harris Under 11 YCFC Ground: Ferndale School Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul White Under 11 Youth Ground: Ferndale School Coaching Level: Level 1 Steve Fox Under 10 Lions Ground: Ferndale School Coaching Level: Level 1 Marcus Cleary Under 10 Pumas Ground: Ferndale School Coaching Level: Level 1 Marcus Cleary Under 10 RoversGround: Ferndale School

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 darren compton Ground: ferndale

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steven Humphrey Ground: Ferndale Rodbourne School Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 491014 M: 07899 797396 E: sue_mooney@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793 700110 Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: sawco.design@btinternet.com T: 01793 347955 Kick Off: 2:00pm CRB Approved E: stacy.willis@ntlworld.com T: 01793541448 Kick Off: 12 noon CRB Approved E: antonhouse@aol.co.uk T: Kick Off: E: T: Kick Off:

County Affiliation No: JMN00370 M: 07986641379 Colours: Red/Black Shirts and Black Shorts M: 07976 867741 Colours: Red / Black M: 07515373541 Colours: Black and Red M: Colours: M: Colours:

E: T: 01793 431164 M: 07720716106 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: Red Shirts / Black Shorts CRB Approved E: meaderharris@hotmail.com T: 01793 520833 M: 07747801825 Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Red Shirts / Black Shorts CRB Approved E: paulwhitey41@hotmail.com T: 07900113711 M: 07900113711 Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: Red Shirts, Black Shorts CRB Approved E: se.fox@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793514654 M: 07920805640 Kick Off: 10.30am Colours: Red or Yellow Shirts CRB Approved E: marcus1865@gmail.com T: 01793514854 M: 07920805640 Kick Off: 12.30 Colours: Red or Yellow shirts CRB Approved E: marcus1865@gmail.com T: 01793 481584 M: 07580533913 Kick Off: 11oclock Colours: red shorts black shorts CRB Approved E: comptondarren75@yahoo.co.uk T: M: 07712034344 Kick Off: 11.30am Colours: Red/Black CRB Approved E: steven.humphrey1@btopenworld.com

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Directory Of Clubs Ferndale Rodbourne (JMN00370) continued.... Under 7

Ground:

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Forest Green Rovers Secretary Under 11

Mrs C Deakin 4 Jubilee Ave , Cam, Dursley, Glos, GL 11 5JJ Thomas Deakin Ground: Royal ag college cirencester Coaching Level: Level 2

T: 01453 543086 County Affiliation No: JYN00630 M: 07941801274 E: terrydeakin207@btinternet.com T: 01453 543086 M: 07954350822 Kick Off: 10 30am Colours: Black&White Striped Shirts CRB Approved Black Shorts Black Socks E: deaks_is_a _legend@hotmail.com

Greenmeadow Youth Secretary Under 18

Under 14 A

Richard Perrin 4 Dragonfly Road, Oakley Park, Swindon, SN3 4ET Jason Waldon Ground: Lydiard Park Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Davies Ground: Nalgo

Coaching Level: Level 1 Richard Perrin Under 14 Ground: Isambard School Performance Coaching Level: Level 1 Lee Sutton Under 13 A Ground: Nalgo

Under 13 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Lewington Ground: Lydiard Park

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Nelson Ground: Isambard School

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ken Mace Ground: Nalgo

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Doyle Ground: Nalgo

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 2 Paul Swindall Ground: Nalgo

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Martin Doyle Ground: Nalgo Coaching Level: Level 2

T: 01793 619959 County Affiliation No: JYN00338 M: 07818 808913 E: greenmeadowyouthfc@googlemail.com T: M: 07833 316040 Kick Off: 10:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: faywaldon@msn.com T: M: 07503 157053 Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: paulian.davies@btinternet.com T: M: 07818 808913 Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Green & White CRB Approved E: calnadrak@googlemail.com T: M: 07799 622272 Kick Off: 13:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: sutts129@yahoo.co.uk T: M: 07849 422273 Kick Off: 10:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: dawn.lewington@ntlworld.com T: M: 07799 475608 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: ian.nelson11@tiscali.co.uk T: M: 07876 772666 Kick Off: 10:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: ken.mace@sky.com T: M: 07725 860935 Kick Off: 12:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: Julie.Doyle@norbert-dentressangle.com T: M: 07890 668758 Kick Off: 09:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: paulswindall@yahoo.co.uk T: M: 07725 860935 Kick Off: 11:00 Colours: Green & Black CRB Approved E: Julie.Doyle@norbert-dentressangle.com

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Directory Of Clubs Highworth Town Juniors Secretary

Liz Barron 353 Windrush, Highworth, Wilts, SN6 7EF

Under 16 H

Nigel Berry Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 16 J

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gerry Donaldson Ground: Warneford School

Under 15 H

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Durnin-Duffy Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 15 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Bob Palfrey Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 14 J

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gavin Graham Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 14 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jacqui Turner Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 13 H

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gary Laken Ground: Warneford School

Under 13 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Roberts Ground: Warneford School

Under 12 C

Coaching Level: Level 1 Perry Hale Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 12 H

Coaching Level: Level 1 Neil Haines Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 12 J

Coaching Level: Level 1 Brian Coombs Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 12 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Tom Watts Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 11 T

Coaching Level: Level 2 Jeremy Morland Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 10 C

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Wilkins Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 10 H

Coaching Level: Level 1 Tim Hall Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 10 J

Coaching Level: Level 2 Jeff Russell Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 10 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Michael Passmore Ground: Elms Recreation Ground Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 764624 M: 07894 060183 E: liz.barron@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793 861646 Kick Off: 12:00 CRB Approved E: lfcno1@btinternet.com T: 01793 762813 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: gerrydonaldson3@gmail.com T: 01793 861961 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: durninduffy@hotmail.com T: 01793 336624 Kick Off: 12:00 CRB Approved E: robert.palfrey@whsmith.co.uk T: 01793 638880 Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: gavin.htjfc@ntlworld T: 01793 861050 Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: jacquicturner@yahoo.co.uk T: 01793 765435 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: gary.laken@yahoo.co.uk T: 01793 763474 Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: DSR6995@Live.co.uk T: 01793 765156 Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: vphale@talktalk.net T: 01793 765002 Kick Off: 12:00 CRB Approved E: lhaines63@btinternet.com T: 01793 734147 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: bbiff@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 348638 Kick Off: 12:00 CRB Approved E: tom-watts@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793 762639 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: morlandj@yahoo.co.uk T: Kick Off: 12:30 CRB Approved E: andrew.wilkins@sjp.co.uk T: 01793 421303 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: tim@stfc-fitc.co.uk T: 01793 763373 Kick Off: 12:30 CRB Approved E: jeff@jeffrussell.wanadoo.co.uk T: 01793 825764 Kick Off: 11:15 CRB Approved E: mpassmore1@hotmail.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYN00270 M: 07507 640392 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07796 695232 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07821 937159 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07711 193730 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07771 594454 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07779 740779 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07889 813155 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07542 498905 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07786 650362 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07901 943467 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07928 860985 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07860 560444 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07921 151487 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07810 630521 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07590 053802 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07564 265732 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07921 255485 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks


Directory Of Clubs Highworth Town Juniors (JYN00270) continued.... Under 9 H

Sharon Bourton Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 9 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Sharon Bourton Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 8 H

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Sugg Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 8 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Lez Greening Ground: Elms Recreation Ground

Under 7 T

Coaching Level: Level 1 Matt Paul Ground: Elms Recreation Ground Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 821951 Kick Off: 11:15 CRB Approved E: sharon.bourton@ntlworld.com T: 01793 821951 Kick Off: 12:30 CRB Approved E: sharon.bourton@ntlworld.com T: 01793 346550 Kick Off: 11:15 CRB Approved E: davesugg@sytner.co.uk T: 01793 764720 Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: lezgreening@yahoo.co.uk T: Kick Off: 14:00 CRB Approved E: htfc_t@yahoo.co.uk

M: 07703 014814 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07703 014814 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07968 570194 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07951 920489 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks M: 07730 332273 Colours: Red Shirt, Black Shorts, Red Socks

Hungerford Town Juniors Secretary Under 18

Under 13

Under 12

Under 10

Under 9

Under 8

Under 7

Sandra Skipworth T: 01488 684658 County Affiliation No: JYD00136 7 Shalbourne Close, Hungerford, Berkshire, M: 07770 865827 RG17 0QH E: sandra@lewiselectrical.net Andi Philpott T: M: 07979 063559 Ground: Hungerford Town FC Kick Off: TBC Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: No Qualification E: philpott9@btinternet.com Martin Culley T: 01635 569229 M: 07788 130162 Ground: John O'Gaunt Community Tech Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts College CRB Approved Coaching Level: No Qualification E: martinpculley@gmail.com Darren Pettifer T: 01488 684510 M: 07775 510143 Ground: Hungerford Primary School Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: darren.pettifer@tesco.net Steven Skipworth T: 01488 684658 M: 07785 725356 Ground: Hungerford Primary School Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: steve@lewiselectrical.net Simon Liddiard T: 01488 682776 M: 07545 735294 Ground: Hungerford Primary School Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: Simon.Liddiard@rcsenergymanagement.co.uk Steve Bass T: 01488 682331 M: 07979 704955 Ground: Hungerford Primary School Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: steve.bass@brake.co.uk Robin Gibson T: 01488 682988 M: 07764 412568 Ground: Hungerford Primary School Kick Off: 10.30 am Colours: White shirts/Black shorts CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: gibson366@btinternet.com

Kingshill Secretary Under 16

Andy Christopher 32 Overhill Road, Stratton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2LG Anthony JONES Ground: Kingshill School Cirencester Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01285 656379 M: 07990 564699 E: kingshill.youth@gmx.com T: Kick Off: CRB Approved E: kingshill.youth@gmx.com

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County Affiliation No: M: 07891107598 Colours: red/white


Directory Of Clubs Kingshill continued.... Under 10

Rob Chambers Ground: Cirencester Kingshill School Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01285656536 Kick Off: CRB Approved E: rob1.rugrat@virgin.net

M: 07917362734 Colours: red/white

Lambourn Sports

Under 11

Carl Skeats 12 Beales Farm Close, Lambourn, Berkshire, RG17 8PY Paul Annetts Ground: Lambourn Sports Club

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steven Henderson Ground: Lambourn Sports Club

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Alan Price Ground: Lambourn Sports Club

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jim O'Hara Ground: Lambourn Sports Club

T: 01488 73383 County Affiliation No: JYD00658 M: 07918760064 E: lambournjfc@hotmail.co.uk T: M: 07979201068 Kick Off: 12:30 Colours: Red and White CRB Approved E: paul.annetts1@btinternet.com T: M: 07919128734 Kick Off: 11:30 Colours: Red and White CRB Approved E: steven.henderson@openreach.co.uk T: M: 07919897019 Kick Off: 12:30 Colours: Red and White CRB Approved E: priceajl@btinternet.com T: M: 07748156645 Kick Off: 12:30 Colours: Red and White

Under 7

Coaching Level: No Qualification TBC Ground: Lambourn Sports Club

E: lambournjfc@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 11:30am

Coaching Level: No Qualification

E: lambournjfc@hotmail.co.uk

Mr Matthew McMahon 27, Church Road,, Laverstock, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1QU Carlo Downie Ground: Church Road, Laverstock, Salisbury, Wiltshire. SP1 1QU

T: 01722 323239 M: 07795 665731 E: mmcmahonpfc@yahoo.com T: 07578888707 Kick Off: 10am

Secretary

M: Colours: Red and White

Laverstock & Ford Secretary Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 2

County Affiliation No: JYS00210 M: 07578888707 Colours: Green / White

CRB Approved E: douglou@aol.com

Liden Community Secretary Under 16

Under 15

Under 13 A

Under 13 B

Yvette Bennett T: 01793 340925 County Affiliation No: JMS00374 12 St Ambrose Close, Covingham, Swindon,M: 07875 647259 SN3 5EG E: yvetteb@hotmail.co.uk Mark Stones T: M: 07837 120136 Ground: Liden School Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: green/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: marstonindustrialcleaning@sky.com Craig Parsons T: M: 07896 084304 Ground: Liden School Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: green/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: cmp_1990@hotmail.co.uk Matt Roberts T: M: 07966 974238 Ground: Liden School Kick Off: 2.00pm Colours: green/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: matt04roberts@hotmail.com Pat Lane T: M: 07763 849198 Ground: Liden School Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: green/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: ramonalane666@hotmail.com

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Directory Of Clubs Liden Community (JMS00374) continued.... Under 12

Bryan Rogers Ground: Liden School

Ground:

T: M: 07717 313982 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: bkjl.rogers@virgin.net T: M: 07771 586100 Kick Off: 12 Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: mariajpearce@btinternet.com T: M: 07986 648810 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: ni.friend@sky.com T: M: 07926 928324 Kick Off: 2pm Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: sian.andrewfletcher@ntlworld.com T: M: 07969 728298 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: markcardwell@sky.com T: M: 07533 284241 Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: green/white CRB Approved E: sharpmatt37@aol.com T: M: Kick Off: Colours:

Under 11

Coaching Level: No Qualification Lee Sly Ground: Liden School

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nigel Friend Ground: Liden School

Under 9 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Fletcher Ground: Liden School

Under 9 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Mark Cardwell Ground: Liden School

Under 8 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Matt Sharp Ground: Liden School

Coaching Level:

E:

Coaching Level: No Qualification Under 8 B

Lydiard Youth Secretary Under 18

Stephen Young T: 01793 745044 35 Ulysses Road, Oakhurst, Swindon, SN25 M: 07989 487964 2JN E: bod.young@gmail.com T: Ground: Kick Off: Coaching Level:

Under 12

Ground:

Coaching Level: Martin Scutts Under 9 Black Ground: Kingsdown School, Ermin Street, Swindon SN2 7SH Coaching Level: No Qualification Dennis King Under 9 Blue Ground: Kingsdown School, Ermin Street, Swindon SN2 7SH

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Stuart Wykeham Martin Ground: Kingsdown School, Ermin Street, Swindon SN2 7SH Coaching Level: Level 2

E: T: Kick Off:

County Affiliation No: JYN00296 M: Colours: M: Colours:

E: T: Kick Off: CRB Approved E: chairman@lydiardyouthfc.co.uk T: Kick Off: CRB Approved E: tara-hills@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: CRB Approved E: stuartw-m@tesco.net

M: 07780221692 Colours: blue/black shirts, black shorts and socks M: 07748 631515 Colours: blue/black shirts, black shorts and socks M: 07917 6967400 Colours: blue/black shirts, black shorts and socks

Malmesbury Youth Secretary Under 16

Marion Picter 14 White Lion Park, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0QW Graeme Brown Ground: Red Bull Pitches, Bristol Road, Malmesbury SN16 0RA Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01666 822623 M: 07933736573 E: marionpicter@aol.com T: 01666 822493 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: Graemebubbabrown@aol.com

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County Affiliation No: JYN00268 M: 07831 584746 Colours: Red/White Striped Shirts/Black Shorts and Socks


Directory Of Clubs Malmesbury Youth (JYN00268) continued.... Under 15

Simon Winstone Ground: Red Bull Pitches, Bristol Road, Malmesbury SN16 0RA

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Scott Liddington Ground: Red Bull Pitches, Bristol Road, Malmesbury SN16 0RA

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Buzz Coates Ground: Red Bull Pitches, Bristol Road, Malmesbury SN16 0RA

T: 01249 891155 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: Sam.Winstone@btinternet.com T: 01666 826786 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: jimmytworivers@hotmail.co.uk T: 01666 822080 Kick Off: 10.30am CRB Approved E: family.coates@hotmail.co.uk

Coaching Level: Level 1

M: 07770 461755 Colours: Red/White Stripe Shirts, Black Shorts and Socks M: 07878265539 Colours: Red/White Stripe Shirts, Black Shorts and Socks M: 07860 822572 Colours: Red/White Stripe Shirts, Black Shorts and Socks

Marlborough Youth

Under 16

Mrs Tracey Lavis 1 Gales Ground, London Road, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 2RS Adie Garrett Ground: Marlborough College SN8 1PA

Under 13

Coaching Level: No Qualification Alan Eyles Ground: Elcot Lane, SN8 2BG

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Richard Smith Ground: Elcot Lane SN8 2BG

Under 11

Coaching Level: No Qualification John Forster Ground: Marlborough College, SN8 4HQ

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jason Galley Ground: St Mary's School SN8 4BX

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ged Montgomery Ground: St Mary's School SN8 4BX

Secretary

T: 01672 515441 M: 07717 315875 E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01672 562771 Kick Off: 10AM CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01672 514676 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01672 515905 Kick Off: 2PM CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01793 731085 Kick Off: 1.30PM CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01672 861603 Kick Off: 10AM CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com T: 01672 851584 Kick Off: 2PM CRB Approved E: paullavis@waitrose.com

Coaching Level: No Qualification

County Affiliation No: JYE00297 M: 07887 524670 Colours: Claret & Blue M: 07802 192410 Colours: Orange & White M: 07967 976492 Colours: Orange & White M: 07785 104824 Colours: Claret & Blue M: 07718 731519 Colours: Orange & White M: 07831 452150 Colours: Claret & Blue

Melksham Utd Secretary Under 15

Rob Bridges 1 Corfe Road, Melksham , Wiltshire, SN12 6BQ Gary Sibley Ground: Christie Miller Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 0789 427195 M: 07894271695 E: robbridges@blueyonder.co.uk T: 01225 705143 Kick Off: 2pm CRB Approved E: dianesibley@live.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYE00294 M: 07784987738 Colours: Navy/yellow

Minchinhampton Town Secretary Under 15

Warren Richards 83 Bownham Park, Rodborough, Stroud, Gloucester, GL5 5BZ Darren Wilson Ground: Stuart Playing Fields, Minchinhampton, GL6 9JJ Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01453 872994 M: 07883 302460 E: minchtownyfc@gmail.com T: 01285 670074 Kick Off: 10-30 CRB Approved E: minchtownyfc@gmail.com

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County Affiliation No: M: 07969433352 Colours: Pink shirts, Black shorts


Directory Of Clubs Northern Lights

Under 16

Mark Reynolds 75 Whitworth Road, Pinehurst, Swindon, Wiltshire mark reynolds Ground: meadowcroft

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 simon reynolds Ground: rodbourn cheney primary school

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 gareth england Ground: rodbourn cheney primary school

Secretary

Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: M: 07846340142 E: mark.reynolds@ianwilliams.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: mark.reynolds@ianwilliams.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: T: 01793 431984 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: garethengland@yahoo.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYN00398 M: 07846340142 Colours: white/black M: 07504795779 Colours: green M: 07531002135 Colours: blue

Oaksey Secretary Under 11

Janique Fratti Farm House Barn, Lower Mill Lane, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, GL7 6BG Steve Rowley Ground: Oaksey Playing Field Coaching Level: Level 1

T: County Affiliation No: JYN00439 M: 07730596933 E: janiquemcguinness@hotmail.com T: M: 07590282440 Kick Off: 10:30am - Sunday Colours: Yellow and Ground Mornings CRB Approved E: Ssteverowley@aol.com

Old Town Utd Secretary

Caroline Black 133 Croft Road, Swindon, SN1 4DS

Under 18

Paul Gentleman Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 16

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Black Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 2 Jason Keene Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Smith Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Leigh Tredaway Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Mark Townsend Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Simon May Ground: Croft Sports Centre

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Terry James Ground: Croft Sports Centre Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 533241 M: 07840 792007 E: cej500black@yahoo.com T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: paulrgentleman@hotmail.com T: 01793 533241 Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: paul_black100@hotmail.com T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: jkeene99@googlemail.com T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: garypwarren@tiscali.co.uk T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: lktreadaway@googlemail.com T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: tollytownsend@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: sonnytel@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: tba CRB Approved E: sonnytel@hotmail.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYS00378 M: 07970 683444 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07777 677699 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07989 493582 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07767 867714 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07816 315703 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07973 657383 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07789 567695 Colours: Blue / Red M: 07522 699424 Colours: Blue / Red


Directory Of Clubs Pewsey Vale Secretary Under 13

Matt England 3 Comet Avenue, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6BT Geoff Pinder Ground: Milton Lilbourne Recreation Ground

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 Pete Amor Ground: Pewsey Hospital Pitch

Under 11

Coaching Level: No Qualification Stella Tannasee Ground: Pewsey Hospital Pitch

Under 10

Coaching Level: No Qualification Wayne Morgan Ground: Pewsey Hospital Pitch

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gareth Hogg Ground: Pewsey Hospital Pitch

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Matt England Ground: Pewsey Hospital Pitch Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01980 630984 M: 07811 350553 E: matthew.england4@virgin.net T: 01672 810476 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: geoff_pinder2004@yahoo.co.uk T: 01672 569272 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: peteramoramor@btinternet.com T: 01672 563542 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: stellat@btconnect.com T: 01672 563531 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: morgan4ja@btinternet.com T: 01672 811434 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: garethhogg@yahoo.co.uk T: 01980 630984 Kick Off: 10:30am CRB Approved E: matthew.england4@virgin.net

County Affiliation No: JYE00289 M: 07717 874357 Colours: Black & Blue

M: 07970 734016 Colours: Black & White M: 07768 174346 Colours: Black & White M: 07880 991053 Colours: Black & White M: 07810 333137 Colours: Black & White M: 07811 350553 Colours: White & Black

Pinehurst Rangers Secretary Under 14

Sheonagh Gowland 43 Olive Grove, Pinehurst, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 3DB Ashley Wilkins Ground: Moredon Playing Fields Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 336788 County Affiliation No: JYN00077 M: 07948094590 E: sheonagh_gowland@yahoo.co.uk T: M: 07725585630 Kick Off: Colours: Black & White CRB Approved E: ashley_eric_wilkins@hotmail.com

Purton Youth

Under 16

Vanessa Plaistow 3 Botley Copse, Peatmoor, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN5 5BB Kevin Higgs Ground: Red House Purton

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Cowan Ground: Red House Purton

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jim Miller & Raymond Dale Ground: Bradon Forest School

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 2 Gary Burgess Ground: Bradon Forest School

Secretary

Under 12 Wanderers

Coaching Level: Level 2 Chris Plaistow Ground: Bradon Forest School Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 875119 County Affiliation No: JYN00262 M: 07905 318598 E: vanessa_plaistow@yahoo.co.uk T: 01793 639648 M: Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Red CRB Approved E: kevinhiggs@ntlworld.com T: 01793 876384 M: 07974 218795 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: Red CRB Approved E: cowan.andy@hotmail.co.uk T: M: 07743576911 Kick Off: 10:30am Colours: Red CRB Approved E: mbadtempers@aol.com T: M: 07730 529888 Kick Off: 12.30pm Colours: Red CRB Approved E: garyb@solutions-recruitment.co.uk T: M: 07824 649250 Kick Off: 12.30pm Colours: Red CRB Approved E: chris.plaistow@gmail.com

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Directory Of Clubs Ramsbury Secretary Under 18

Under 15

Under 14

Under 13

Under 12

Under 11

Under 10

Under 9

Under 8

Under 7

Frances West T: 01672 540624 County Affiliation No: JYS00341 Wakeford House, Aldbourne Road, Baydon, M: 07780 698723 Wiltshire, SN8 2HZ E: flo@westy.me Chris McShane T: 01672 520962 M: 07972283991 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: c_mcshane@sky.com Colin Davies T: 01672 520588 M: 07730420546 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 12.00 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: colindavies.uk@hotmail.com John Hart T: 01672 870735 M: 07833640831 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 2.00pm Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: hartmjtjh@aol.com Ali Tuttle T: 01672 870928 M: 07786658447 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 13.00pm Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: alistair@tuttle.wanadoo.co.uk Martin Woodhouse T: 01672 871571 M: 07867 988409 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: jomartinwoodhouse@talktalk.net Rob Pinkney T: 01672 841588 M: 07920007927 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 11.30 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: rdsp1@hotmail.co.uk Paul Kempster T: 01672 520874 M: 07787 413742 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.30am Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: paulandlucykempster@btinternet.com Cameron Fraser T: 01672 841210 M: 07786914276 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.00 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: cameron.fraser2@sky.com Chris Allen T: M: 07747118811 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: chris.allen2@vodafone.com Chris Allen T: M: 07747118811 Ground: Hilldrop Lane, Ramsbury Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: blue/white CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: chris.allen2@vodafone.com

Robins Secretary Under 15

Under 10

Under 10 JS

Under 9

Under 7

Teresa Trueman T: 01793 535574 350 Cranmore Avenue, Swindon, Wilts, SN3M: 07828 534954 2ER E: teresa@robinsfc.co.uk Steve Hendry T: 01793 345367 Ground: Lydiard Park Kick Off: CRB Approved Coaching Level: No Qualification E: steve.hendry1@ntlworld.com Dave Murray T: Ground: Lawn Primary School Kick Off: CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: djntjmurray@ntlworld.com Jason Smith T: Ground: Lawn Primary School Kick Off: CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: mivs1701@googlemail.com] Paul Wainwright T: 01793 533747 Ground: Lawn Primary School Kick Off: CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: justkidding@btinternet.com Paul Wainwright T: 01793 533747 Ground: Lawn Primary School Kick Off: CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: justkidding@btinternet.com

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County Affiliation No: JMN00418 M: 07843525695 Colours: Red/White Shirts & Shorts M: 07745278190 Colours: Red/White Shirts & Shorts M: 07733303943 Colours: Red/White Shirts & Shorts M: 07721408784 Colours: Red/White Shirts & Shorts M: 07721408784 Colours: Red/White Shirts & Shorts


Directory Of Clubs Rodbourne Cheney Secretary Under 18

Megan Jennings 26, Bolingbroke Road, Moredon, Swindon, SN2 2JZ Kev Allen Ground: Meadowcroft - Addison Cresent SN2 7JX Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 430160 M: 07789793434 E: megan.alan@sky.com T: 01793 430160 Kick Off: 12:30 CRB Approved E: kevin.al@sky.com

County Affiliation No: JYN00441 M: 07887893936 Colours: Blue & Black or Black & White

Salisbury City Secretary Under 14

Justina Wyatt 36 Pain's Way, Amesbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7RG Andy Gray Ground: Adjacent to Raymond McEnhill Stadium, Partridge Way, Salisb ury, Wiltshire, SP4 6PX Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01980 556420 M: 07734538525 E: justinawyatt@hotmail.com T: 01722 503805 Kick Off: tba

County Affiliation No: JYS00308 M: 07594575401 Colours: White/Black/Black

CRB Approved E: andy.gray67@ntlworld.com

Sevenfields Utd

Under 16

Amy Lewis 20 Imber Walk, Penhill, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 5NZ Gavin Woodward Ground: Meadowcroft

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Lee Morris Ground: Meadowcroft

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gary McKay Ground: Meadowcroft

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: M: 07964896511 E: allewis4@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: sevenfieldsgw@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: sevenfieldslm@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: sevenfieldsgm@hotmail.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYN00253 M: 07748655715 Colours: light blue and dark blue M: 07894134373 Colours: light blue and dark blue M: 07761789153 Colours: light blue and dark blue

Shaw

Under 16

Ian Wiltshire 1 Headlands Grove, Upper Stratton, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 7HS Steve Lang Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Wiltshire/Mark Moulden Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Don Rogers/Andy Ratcliffe Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 13 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andrew Lock Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 13 B

Coaching Level: Level 2 Craig Kent Ground: Chestnut Springs

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: M: 07778 954441 E: ianw_shawfc@yahoo.co.uk T: 01793876097 Kick Off: 12:00PM CRB Approved E: stevelang66@virginmedia.com T: 01793481386/01793878518 Kick Off: 14:00PM CRB Approved E: ianw_shawfc@yahoo.co.uk T: 01793514242/01793527378 Kick Off: 14:00PM CRB Approved E: rcmcatering@aol.com T: 01793335173 Kick Off: 12:00PM CRB Approved E: andydlock@hotmail.co.uk T: 01793613576 Kick Off: 10:00AM CRB Approved E: kentc99@hotmail.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYN00345 M: 07981190302 Colours: Yellow/Black M: 07778954441/07515426702 Colours: Yellow/Black M: 07768767909/07848033075 Colours: Yellow/Black M: 07585320894 Colours: Yellow/Black M: 07500557419 Colours: Yellow/Black


Directory Of Clubs Shaw (JYN00345) continued.... Under 12

Paul Haworth Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gerald Kent Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 10 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 James Whitlock Ground: Chestnut Springs

T: M: 07786560319 Kick Off: 12:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: paulhaworth@talktalk,net T: 01793613576 M: 07533679298 Kick Off: 10:00AM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: gerald.kent@tesco.net T: M: 07799402950 Kick Off: 12:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: whtljm@aol.com T: 01793722682/01793873843 M: 07502188171/07875417025 Kick Off: 14:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: daveandjackie@talktalk.net T: M: 07759428545 Kick Off: 10:00AM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: wayne.millin@ntlworld.com T: 01793700279 M: 07500805396 Kick Off: 12:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: adamwood.shawfc@googlemail.com T: 01793753470 M: 07977706146 Kick Off: 12:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: gallowayhouse5@googlemail.com T: 01793613576 M: 07533679298 Kick Off: 12:00PM Colours: Yellow/Black CRB Approved E: gerald.kent@tescl.net

Coaching Level: Level 2 David Peterson/James Grant Under 10 Eagles Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 10 Falcons

Coaching Level: Level 1 Wayne Millin Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Adam Wood Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Wayne Galloway Ground: Chestnut Springs

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Gerald Kent Ground: Chestnut Springs Coaching Level: Level 1

Shrewton Juniors Secretary Under 12

Katrina Watson 4 Tanners Lane, Shrewton, Wiltshire, SP3 4JT Paul Watson Ground: Shrewton Recreation Ground Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01980 620456 M: 07932 556646 E: winkywatson@tiscali.co.uk T: 01980 620456 Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: winkywatson@tiscali.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JMS00203 M: 07958612537 Colours: Blue

Shrivenham & Watchfield

Under 18

Sarah Rainer 10 Curtis Road, Shrivenham, Nr Swindon, Wiltshire, SN6 8AY Trevor Boyd Ground: Shrivenham FC, SN6 8BJ

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steve Harris Ground: Shrivenham FC, SN6 8BJ

Secretary

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Mark Rainer Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 James Dore Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 783929 County Affiliation No: JSD00617 M: 07855 874582 E: rainercar@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793 783791 M: 07805 932981 Kick Off: 2pm Colours: Royal Blue & White CRB Approved E: trevboyd66@hotmail.com T: 01488 72330 M: 07879 610575 Kick Off: 10.30 Colours: Royal Blue & White CRB Approved E: stephenharrisharr3q@supanet.com T: 01793 783929 M: 07855 874582 Kick Off: Colours: Royal Blue & White CRB Approved E: rainercar@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793 784207 Kick Off: CRB Approved E: jdoreyboy@aol.com

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M: 07775 933076 Colours: Royal Blue & White


Directory Of Clubs Shrivenham & Watchfield (JSD00617) continued.... Under 12

Iain Lawson Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Simon Sutton Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jason Thomas Under 10 Blue Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ Coaching Level: Level 1 Sean Coxhead Under 10 White Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Gannon & Neil Sutton Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Matt Hirst & Craig Gaynor Ground: Aire Neve Recreation Ground, Watchfield, SN6 8SQ Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01367 243197 Kick Off:

M: 07768 327580 Colours: Royal Blue & White

CRB Approved E: iainlawson@fsadvice.co.uk T: Kick Off:

M: 07747 777987 Colours: Royal Blue & White

CRB Approved E: simonsutton@fsmail.net T: 01793 791164 Kick Off:

M: 07816 954922 Colours: Royal Blue & White

CRB Approved E: mobile.jthomas@gmail.com T: 01793 700559 Kick Off:

M: 07830 780909 Colours: Royal Blue and White

CRB Approved E: sean@scoxhead.freeserve.co.uk T: 01793 784411 M: 07857 420227 Kick Off: Colours: Royal Blue & White CRB Approved E: agannon.hq@defenceacademy.mod.uk T: 01793 782248 M: 07711 263113 Kick Off: Colours: Royal Blue & White CRB Approved E: matt@h2creative.co.uk

South Cerney Secretary

Katrina Jones 17 Field Close, South Cerney, GL7 5XQ

T: County Affiliation No: JYN00646 M: 07928 821455 E: katrina.jones@socomec.com / gavkat.j@tesco.net T: M: 07412161024 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: CRB Approved E: gavkat.j@tesco.net T: M: 07785762938 Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Blue CRB Approved E: c.messenger@mitsubishi-cars.co.uk T: M: 07543535917 / 07966640491 Kick Off: 10:30 Colours: Red CRB Approved E: cknccc@aol.com T: M: Kick Off: 13.00 Colours:

Under 16

Gavin Jones Ground: Upper Up Playing Field

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Clive Messenger Ground: Upper Up Playing Fields

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Chris Knight / Richard Dickson Ground: Upper Up Playing Fields

Under 12

Coaching Level: No Qualification TBC Ground: Upper Up Playing Fields

Under 9

Coaching Level: No Qualification Anna Kielty Ground: Upper Up Playing Fields

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 TBC Ground: Upper Up Playing Fields

E: katrina.jones@socomec.com T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: katrina.jones@socomec.com T: Kick Off: 10.30

Coaching Level: No Qualification

E: katrina.jones@socomec.com

Steve Francis 8 East Yewstock Crescent, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1QR Steve Francis Ground: Stanley Park Sports Ground, Chippenham

T: 01249 656446 M: 07831 605803 E: steve.francis@westlea.co.uk T: 01249 656446 Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07810538821 Colours: RED M: Colours: RED

Stanley Park Youth Secretary Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1

CRB Approved E: steve.francis@westlea.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JYN00045 M: 07831 605803 Colours: Purple Shirts, Black Shorts, Purple/Black/White Socks


Directory Of Clubs Stratton Juniors Secretary Under 11 A

Nigel Dearsley 62 Hatch Road, Stratton St Margaret, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 4XY John Burt Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Under 11 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steve Butcher Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Under 10 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Andy Payne / Ian Price Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Under 10 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Tim Miles / Graham Webb Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Surridge Under 9 Lions Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Surridge Under 9 Tigers Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Mark Butcher / Barry Palmer Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nigel Dearsley Under 7 Colts Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club Coaching Level: Level 1 Trevor Doyle Under 7 Cubs Ground: Kingsdown School / Premier Club Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 832677 M: 07770632316 E: ndearsley@heathlambert.com T: 01793 632207 Kick Off: TBA

County Affiliation No: JMN00346 M: 07940 389721 Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts

CRB Approved E: jcb07@live.co.uk T: Kick Off: TBA

M: 07958 491383 Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts

CRB Approved E: lucky7@sky.com T: 01793 832107 / 01793 829167 Kick Off: TBA

M: 07504 981698 / 07751 698345 Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts

CRB Approved E: andrew.payne1970@ntlworld.com / ijp.price@tiscali.co.uk T: 01793 820687 / 01793 821241 M: 07799 880327 Kick Off: TBA Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts CRB Approved E: Tim.miles@uk.zurich.com T: 01793 824835 Kick Off: TBA

M: 07920 188883 Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts

CRB Approved E: Paul.surridge@mercuriurval.com T: 01793 824835 M: 07920 188883 Kick Off: TBA Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts CRB Approved E: Paul.surridge@mercuriurval.com T: M: 07939 179686 / 07854 323389 Kick Off: TBA Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts CRB Approved E: Markbutcher272@aol.co.uk / barrypalmer@live.co.uk T: 01793 832677 M: 07770 632316 Kick Off: TBA Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts CRB Approved E: ndearsley@heathlambert.com T: 01793 820828 Kick Off: TBA

M: 07734 336261 Colours: Orange shirts, black shorts

CRB Approved E: emmadoyle37@yahoo.com

Stratton Youth

Under 18

Gordon Varley 95 Vaisey Road, Cirencester, Glos, GL7 2JW paul harris Ground: kingshill complex

Under 16

Coaching Level: Level 1 bruce peare Ground: baunton lane

Under 15

Coaching Level: No Qualification cliff thrussell Ground: BAUNTON LANE

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 gary james Ground: baunton lane

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01285 657836 M: 07969637810 E: gordon.varley1@btinternet.com T: Kick Off: 11-00 CRB Approved E: paul.harris24@btinternet.com T: 01285656133 Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: debbie@pearecarpentry.co.uk T: 01285642311 Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: cliff.thrussell@optimumoils.com T: 01285 Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: strattonunder14@aol.com

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County Affiliation No: JYN00123 M: 07973816198 Colours: blue M: 07973717574 Colours: blue M: 07771946187 Colours: blue M: 07973870906 Colours: blue


Directory Of Clubs Stratton Youth (JYN00123) continued....

Ground:

T: Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: tracy@plumbstop.co.uk T: 01285 658670 Kick Off: 11-00 CRB Approved E: rob.hill@dyson.com T: 01285 658670 Kick Off: 11-00 CRB Approved E: rob.hill@dyson.com T: 01285641116 Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: chocky1968@hotmail.co.uk T: Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: gordon.varley1@btinternet.com T: 01285850435 Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: davidcook5991@yahoo.com T: Kick Off: tbc CRB Approved E: alan.moorcroft@uwclub.net T: Kick Off:

Coaching Level:

E:

Nikki Steed 97 Eastbury Way, Priory Vale, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 2HE Gary Gillett Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

T: 01793 753214 M: 07735 996070 E: n.steed@sky.com T: Kick Off: 2.00pm

Under 14

Coaching Level: No Qualification Dave Tyson Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

E: n.steed@sky.com T: Kick Off: 12.00

M: 07809457874 Colours: Black and White

Under 11 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Tyson Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

CRB Approved E: djtyson@sky.com T: Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07809457874 Colours: Black and White

Under 11 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Phil Reeve Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

CRB Approved E: djtyson@sky.com T: Kick Off: 11.30am

M: 07798876311 Colours: Black and White

Under 10 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 Dave Steed Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

CRB Approved E: phil@philipandrews.co.uk T: 01793 753214 Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07933939672 Colours: Black and White

Under 10 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 Pete Wheeler Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

CRB Approved E: n.steed@sky.com T: Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07525974161 Colours: Black and White

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Adrian Poole Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon

CRB Approved E: wheelerp.1@sky.com T: Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07824348747 Colours: Black and White

Under 13

mark wright Ground: baunton lane

Under 12 A

Coaching Level: Level 1 robert hill Ground: KINGSHILL COMPLEX

Under 12 B

Coaching Level: Level 1 robert hill Ground: kingshill complex

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Cliif hawtin Ground: kingshill complex

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 andrew french Ground: kingshill complex

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 david cook Ground: kingshill complex

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 alan moorcroft Ground: kingshill complex Coaching Level: No Qualification

Under 7

M: 07734438555 Colours: blue M: 07808288884 Colours: blue M: 07808288884 Colours: blue M: 07900507218 Colours: blue M: 07595461396 Colours: blue M: 07742557287 Colours: blue M: 07999803225 Colours: blue M: Colours:

Swindon Rangers Secretary Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 2

CRB Approved E: Adrian.Poole@edmont.co.uk

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County Affiliation No: JMN00237 M: 07827274624 Colours: Black and White


Directory Of Clubs Swindon Rangers (JMN00237) continued.... Under 7

Adrian Poole Ground: Headlands School, Headlands Grove, Swindon Coaching Level: Level 2

T: Kick Off: 11.30am

M: 07824348747 Colours: Black and White

CRB Approved E: Adrian.Poole@edmont.co.uk

Swindon Supermarine Secretary Under 14

Jo Bains Great Moorleaze Farm, Wanborough, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 0SW Tony Prinzi Ground: Swindon Supermarine Sport Complex SN3 4SY

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Chris Warren / Stephen Midwinter / Sean Ground: Swindon Supermarine Sport Wood Complex SN3 4SY

Under 11

Coaching Level: Uefa B (Level 3) Gavin Barron / Ty Pearce / Ian Howell Ground: Swindon Supermarine Sport Complex

Under 10

Coaching Level: Uefa A (Level 4) Mark Robinson / Matt Cosnett Ground: Swindon Supermarine Sport Complex SN3 4SY

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 2 Justin Powell & Jordan King Ground: Swindon Supermarine Sports Complex SN3 4SY

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 2 Julian Legg / Ian Howell Ground: Swindon Supermarine sports complex SN3 4SY Coaching Level: Uefa A (Level 4)

T: 01793 485838 M: 07976879602 E: joannarees@aol.com T: 07949321180 Kick Off: 10.30AM

County Affiliation No: JMN00278 M: 07949321180 Colours: Navy / Royal / White

CRB Approved E: a.prinzi@ntlworld.com T: 07850848360 Kick Off: 2PM

M: 07756464193 Colours: Navy / Royal / White

CRB Approved E: d.warren007@ntlworld.com T: 07778859901 Kick Off: 10.30

M: Colours: Navy / Royal / White

CRB Approved E: gavlisabarron@sky.com T: 07500973980 Kick Off: 10.30am

M: 07846204174 Colours: Navy /Royal /White

CRB Approved E: mrobinson@swindoncommercialservices.co.uk T: 07703513306 M: 07590455546 Kick Off: 10.30am Colours: Navy / Royal / White CRB Approved E: jordanking99@hotmail.co.uk T: 07767389707 Kick Off: 12.30pm

M: 07767389707 Colours: Navy/Royal/ White

CRB Approved E: lisalegg@btinternet.com

Tetbury Town Secretary Under 11

Mike Stone 122 Longtree Close, Tetbury, Glos, GL8 8LW Danny Gale Ground: Tetbury Rec Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01666 503688 M: 07584188280 E: stone813@btinternet.com T: Kick Off: 10.30 CRB Approved E: galedanny@yahoo.co.uk

County Affiliation No: JYN00671 M: 07544278796 Colours: Orange and Black

The Beeches Secretary Under 18

Michael Ricketts 5 Rutland Place , Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1PR Jamie Want Ground: Kingshill Sports Complex Cirencester Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01285 652494 M: 07786735234 E: mricketts06@aol.com T: 01285 653458 Kick Off: afternoon 2-30 pm CRB Approved E: jamiewant@aol.com

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County Affiliation No: JYNOO251 M: 07564379658 Colours: tangerine


Directory Of Clubs Wanborough Juniors Secretary Under 18

Jon Raymond 15 Springlines, Wanborough, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 0ES Jon Raymond Ground: Hooper's Field, Wanborough (pitch 1)

Under 16

Coaching Level: Level 1 Rob Reeves Ground: Hooper's Field, Wanborough (pitch 1)

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Graham Morris Ground: Hooper's Field, Wanborough (pitch 2)

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Jon Raymond Ground: Wanborough Rec

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Simon James Ground: Wanborough Rec

Under 12

Coaching Level: No Qualification Dave Berwick Ground: Liddington Rec

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 David Leslie (Team Secretary) Ground: Liddington Rec

Under 9

Coaching Level: No Qualification Gary Sumner Ground: Wanborough Primary School

Under 8

Coaching Level: Level 1 Adrian Hannay Ground: Wanborough Primary School

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Chris Chilcott Ground: Wanborough Primary School Coaching Level: Level 2

T: 01793 791225 County Affiliation No: JYS00103 M: 07914 069472 E: secretary@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 791225 M: 07914 069472 Kick Off: 14:00 Colours: Yellow/black CRB Approved E: u18@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 791465 Kick Off: 14:00

M: 07917 024897 Colours: Yellow/black

CRB Approved E: u16@wanboroughwasps.com T: Kick Off: 10:30

M: 07836 642246 Colours: Yellow/black

CRB Approved E: u15@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 791225 Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: u14@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 791287 Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: u13@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 790624 Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: u12@wanboroughwasps.com T: Kick Off: 10:30 E: u11@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 790814 Kick Off: 11:00 CRB Approved E: u9@wanboroughwasps.com T: 01793 792968 Kick Off: 13:00 CRB Approved E: u8@wanboroughwasps.com T: Kick Off: 10:00 CRB Approved E: u7@wanboroughwasps.com

M: 07914 069472 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07889 967139 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07714 400776 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07711 139059 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07855 957133 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07801 227320 Colours: Yellow/black M: 07717 137743 Colours: Yellow/black

Wickham Wanderers

Under 16

Mike Cowley Byways, Newbury Road, Great Shefford, Berks, RG17 7DT Ian Herington Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford

Under 13

Coaching Level: No Qualification Joanne Hoareau Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford

Under 12

Coaching Level: No Qualification Jon Admans Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Hargreaves Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford

Secretary

Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01488 649581 M: 07860 910651 E: cowleyfamily447@btinternet.com T: 01488 648132 Kick Off: 2:00 CRB Approved E: ian@iherrington.freeserve.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: joanne@oxfordtechnology.com T: Kick Off: 2:00 CRB Approved E: jonadmans@yahoo.co.uk T: Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: paul1979@btinternet.com

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County Affiliation No: JYD00595 M: 07879 204696 Colours: Red & Blue M: 07753 614944 Colours: Red & Blue M: 07765 647734 Colours: Red & Blue M: 07818 035484 Colours: Red & Blue


Directory Of Clubs Wickham Wanderers (JYD00595) continued.... Under 8

Nick Butler Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Nick Butler Ground: Triangle Field, Hungerford Coaching Level: Level 1

T: Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: nsitjbutlers@talktalk.net T: Kick Off: 10:30 CRB Approved E: nsitjbutlers@talktalk.net

M: 07767 423845 Colours: Red & Blue M: 07767 423845 Colours: Red & Blue

Wootton Bassett Town Secretary Under 18 A

Under 18 B

Under 16 A

Under 16 B

Under 15 A

Under 15 B

Under 13

Under 12

Under 11 A

Under 11 B

Under 10 A

Under 10 B

Under 9 A

Under 9 B

Gill Gascoigne T: 01793 840075 32 Glebe Road, Wootton Bassett, SN4 7DU M: 07891 458860 E: gill.gascoigne@hotmail.co.uk Paul Cooper T: 01793 850122 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: shelley106@btinternet.com Terry Embling T: 01249 890170 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: No Qualification E: t-embling@sigma3.co.uk Mark Griffin T: 01793 338694 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: mark.griffin73@ntlworld.com Paul Cooper T: 01793 850122 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: shalley106@btinternet.com Dave Terry T: 01793 850859 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: daveterry2005@hotmail.co.uk Steve Fisher T: 01793 849474 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: steve.fisher@exentra.co.uk Chris Smith T: 01793 840771 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: tracysmith56@virginmedia.com Paul Burke T: 01793 323057 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: crazy.burkes5@ntlworld.com Nigel Simmons T: 01666 511177 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: nigel.simmons@twang.co.uk Rob Mitchell T: 01793 323252 Ground: Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: rob.mitchell3@ntlworld.com Martin Young T: 01793 853270 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: m.young67@talktalk.net Martin Young T: 01793 853270 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: AM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 2 E: m.young67@talktalk.net Neil Timbrell T: 01793 848216 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: neiltimbrell@btinternet.com Jeremy Smith T: 01793 850784 Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash Kick Off: PM CRB Approved Coaching Level: Level 1 E: smithz@ntlworld.com

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County Affiliation No: JMN00291 M: 07801 782340 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07887 946894 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07850 031790 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07801 782340 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07917 469344 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07970 826929 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07809 339783 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07771 627983 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07919 413946 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07817 484172 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07879 434940 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07879 434940 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07740 897860 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07983 404649 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow


Directory Of Clubs Wootton Bassett Town (JMN00291) continued.... Under 8

Andy Amos Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards Ash

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 2 Nick Warren Ground: Rylands Way/Ballards sh Coaching Level: No Qualification

T: 01793 851414 Kick Off: AM CRB Approved E: maat45@ntlworld.com T: 01793 850963 Kick Off: AM CRB Approved E: warren1927@btinternet.com

M: 07832 103706 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow M: 07789 888300 Colours: Royal Blue & Yellow

Wroughton Youth

Under 16

Nigel Sully 9 Petter Close, Wroughton, Swindon, SN4 9SF Justin Webster Ground: Weir Field, Wroughton

Under 15

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Ferguson Ground: Maunsell Way, Wroughton

Secretary

Under 14

Coaching Level: Level 1 Steiner Roberts Ground: Halcrow, Burderop Park, Wroughton

Under 13

Coaching Level: Level 1 Ian Leonard Ground: Halcrow, Burderop Park, Wroughton

Under 12

Coaching Level: Level 1 James Moxham Ground: Ridgeway School, Wroughton

Under 11

Coaching Level: Level 1 Graeme Wright Ground: Ridgeway School, Wroughton

Under 10

Coaching Level: Level 1 Kirstie Jackman Ground: North Wroughton

Under 9

Coaching Level: Level 1 Rob Coppock Ground: North Wroughton

Coaching Level: Level 1 Paul Sanger Under 8 Blue Ground: Maunsell Way, Wroughton Coaching Level: Level 1 Neal Maule Under 8 White Ground: Maunsell Way, Wroughton

Under 7

Coaching Level: Level 1 Tony Matthias Ground: Maunsell Way, Wroughton Coaching Level: Level 1

T: 01793 815366 M: E: nhs@nerc.ac.uk T: Kick Off: 1030 CRB Approved E: justin.webster@ntlworld.com T: 01793 813665 Kick Off: 1030 CRB Approved E: ferguson-i@sky.com T: Kick Off: 1030 CRB Approved E: steiner@freenetname.co.uk T: Kick Off: 1030

County Affiliation No: JYS00207 M: 07899 818034 Colours: Blue and White Hoops M: 07557 002210 Colours: Blue and White Hoops M: 07731 793575 Colours: Blue and White Hoops

M: 07729 105072 Colours: Blue and White Hoops

CRB Approved E: lensav7@aol.com T: 01793 815161 M: 07525 937202 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: themoxhams@yahoo.com T: 01793 845524 M: 07867 527567 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: graeme@redrocketgraphicdesign.co.uk T: M: 07821 866238 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: kjackman1@btinternet.com T: 01793 798111 M: 07880 782265 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: robert.coppock@sky.com T: 01793 846647 M: 07900 823183 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: paul@sangers.f2s.com T: 01793 320141 M: 07956 843747 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: nmdsmaule@ntlworld.com T: 01793 813536 M: 07944 076155 Kick Off: 1030 Colours: Blue and White Hoops CRB Approved E: tony.matthias@googlemail.com

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GOALPOST AND PITCH SIZES The FA receives many enquiries around pitch and goal sizes suitable for all age groups and therefore suggests the following should be applied where possible:Suggested Pitch Size

Suggested Size of

(yards)

Goalposts

Lth x Wdt

Ht x Wdt

Pitch Dimensions

Pitch Dimensions

in Yards

in Metres

Length

Width

Length

Width

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

50

30

30

20

45.75

27.45

27.45

18.3

6ft x 12ft

60

50

40

30

54.9

45.75

36.6

27.45

7ft x 16ft

85

70

55

45

78.46

64

50.77

42

90

75

55

45

82

68.25

50.77

42

100

80

60

50

91

72.8

56

45.5

110

90

70

50

100.6

82.3

64

45.5

100

100

50

120

90

90

45.5

Mini-Soccer U7 & U8 50 x 30

6ft x 12ft

Mini-Soccer U9 & U10 60 x 40 9v9 80 x 50

Youth U11 & U12 (11 v 11) 80 x 50

7ft x 21ft

Youth U13 & U14 (11 v 11) 90 x 55

7ft x 21ft

Youth U15 & U16 (11 v 11) 100 x 60

8ft x 24ft

Youth U17 & U18 and Seniors (11 v 11) 110 x 70

Note:

8ft x 24ft

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County FAs and Leagues may have defined rules for their own competitions and reference should always be made to their handbooks for additional guidance and compliance.

Run-offs for natural grass pitches should be a minimum of 1.83 metres (6 feet) but ideally 2 metres. The run-off must be of natural grass and must not be of tarmac or concrete construction, with no barriers or obstructions evident within the run-off area. Where pitches neighbour others within a confined area, the minimum run-off between both pitches should ideally be 4 metres to allow for spectators watching either match. The Laws of the Game may be modified in their application for matches for players of under 16 years of age, for women footballers, for veteran footballers (over 35 years) and for players with disabilities. Any or all of the following modifications are permissible:(a) the size of the field of play (b) the size, weight and material of the ball (c) the width between the goalposts and the height of the crossbar from the ground (d) the duration of the periods of play (e) substitutions

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RULES OF THE NORTH WILTS & DISTRICT YOUTH & MINORS FOOTBALL LEAGUE NOMENCLATURE AND CONSTITUTION 1.

(A) This Competition shall be designated the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League and known as the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League and shall consist of not more than 100 Clubs who shall be Full Member Clubs. All such Member Clubs must be affiliated to an affiliated County Football Association and their names and particulars shall be returned annually by the appointed date on the Form “D” to the Wiltshire County Football Association. The area covered by the Competition Membership shall be those Clubs who have grounds or headquarters situated within a radius of 50 miles from the Town Hall, Swindon. This Competition shall apply annually for sanction to the Wiltshire County Football Association and the constituent teams of Member Clubs will be grouped in divisions, as per the agreed constitution set at the annual general meeting. The competition will provide 11-a-side football for players who have attained the age of 10 as at st midnight 31 August in a playing season with an option to provide 9-a-side at under 11 and Mini-Soccer st for players who have attained the age of 6 years but not the age of 10 years as at midnight on 31 August in a playing season. Other formats of youth football as authorised from time to time by the FA are also permitted. Teams entering do so on the understanding that matches, without exception, can be played on any day of the week. New teams entering the League do so on the understanding that they enter at the lowest division at their relevant age group or unless as decided otherwise by the League Fixture Secretaries who shall decide the appropriate division to enter the team(s) subject to vacancies and/or as agreed at the AGM by member clubs. This Competition and its Clubs shall support the FA’s Respect programme. As such it recognises that everyone in football has a collective responsibility to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place. A Respect League values the courtesy and fairness by opposing players, club officials and spectators. The League and its Clubs will seek to play fixtures in a fair, competitive but not antagonistic environment. (B) At the Annual General Meeting or a Special General Meeting called for the purpose, a majority of the delegates present shall have power to decide or adjust the compilation of the divisions at their discretion. When necessary this Rule shall take precedence over Rule 12.

ENTRY FEE / SUBSCRIPTION / DEPOSIT 2.

(A) Applications by New Clubs for admission to this Competition must be accompanied by a deposit of £50 and an application fee of £30. The entry of additional team(s) by existing member clubs must be made in writing to the General Secretary and must be accompanied by an entry fee of £10 per team, which shall be returned in the event of non-election. At the discretion of a majority of the accredited voting members present applications, of which due notice has been given, may be received at the Annual General Meeting or a Special General Meeting. The Entry Fee shall apply. When Rule 12(B) is applied and a team seeks a transfer or is compulsorily transferred to another division no Entry Fee shall be payable. (B) The Annual Subscription shall be £30 per Team playing 11-a-side football and 9-a-side and £20 per th Team playing Mini-Soccer payable on or before 30 June in each year.

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(C) Each Club shall, upon election, pay a Deposit of ÂŁ10 which shall be returnable to Clubs on leaving the Competition provided they have fulfilled their fixtures and complied with all orders of the Management Committee. (D) A Club shall not participate in this Competition until the Entry Fee, Annual Subscription and Deposit have been paid. (E) Clubs must advise annually to the General Secretary in writing by 31st July of its relevant County Football Association affiliation number for the forthcoming season, failing which they shall be fined ÂŁ10. Clubs must advise the General Secretary in writing, or on the prescribed form, of details of its Headquarters, Officers and any other information required by the Competition. OFFICERS 3.

The Officers of the Competition shall be the President, Chairman, General Secretary, Treasurer, Registration Secretaries, Referees Appointments Secretaries, Fixtures Secretaries, Cups Secretary, Discipline Secretary, Reports Secretary, League Welfare Officer, Respect Officer and 3 Officers, all to be elected annually at the Annual General Meeting.

MANAGEMENT / NOMINATION / ELECTION 4.

(A) The Competition shall be governed in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of The Football Association by a Management Committee comprised of the Officers who shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting. All Participants shall abide by The Football Association Regulations for Safeguarding Children as determined by The Association from time to time. (B) Retiring Officers shall be eligible to become candidates for re-election without nomination. All other candidates for election as Officers or Members of the Management Committee shall be nominated to th the General Secretary in writing, signed by the Secretaries of two Member Clubs, not later than 30 April in each year. Names of the candidates for election shall be circulated with the notice of the Annual General Meeting. In the event of there being no nomination in accordance with the foregoing for any office, nominations may be received at the Annual General Meeting. (C) The Management Committee shall meet as often as is necessary to deal with business as it arises. On receiving a requisition signed by two-thirds of the Members of the Management Committee the General Secretary shall convene a meeting of the Committee. (D) Except where otherwise mentioned all communications shall be addressed to the General Secretary who shall conduct the correspondence of the Competition and keep a record of its proceedings. (E) All communications received from Clubs must be conducted through their Club Secretary.

POWERS OF MANAGEMENT 5.

(A) The Management Committee may appoint such other sub-committees as they may consider necessary and may delegate such of their powers, as they deem necessary, to such committees. The decisions of all such committees shall be reported to the Management Committee for ratification. The Management Committee shall have power to deal only with matters within the Competition and not for any matters of misconduct that are under the jurisdiction of the Football Association or affiliated Association (B) Subject to the permission of the Wiltshire County Football Association having been obtained, the Management Committee may order a match or matches to be played each season, the proceeds to be devoted to the funds of the Competition and, if necessary, may call upon each Club (including any Club which may have withdrawn during the season) to contribute equally such sums as may be necessary to meet any deficiency at the end of the season. (See Rule 6(e)).

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(C) Each Member of the Management Committee shall have the right to attend and vote at all Management Committee Meetings and have one vote thereat, but no Member shall be allowed to vote on any matters directly appertaining to such Member, the Office he/she holds, or to the Club so represented or where there may be a conflict of interest. (This shall apply to the procedure of any subcommittee). In the event of the voting being equal on any matter, the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote. (D) The Management Committee shall have powers to apply, act upon and enforce the Rules of the Competition and shall also have jurisdiction over all matters affecting the Competition, including any not provided for in the Rules. Except where these Rules provide for the imposition of a set penalty any Club, Official or Player alleged to be in breach of a Competition Rule must be formally charged in writing and given the opportunity to present their case before the Management Committee. All breaches of the Laws of the Game, Rules and Regulations of The Football Association shall be dealt with in accordance with F.A. Rules. With the exception of Rules 5(i), 6(h), 10(a), 11 and 19 for any breaches of Rule a formal written charge must be issued. The respondent shall be given seven days from the date of notice to reply to the charge and given the opportunity to:(i) (ii) (iii)

Accept or deny the charge Submit in writing a case of mitigation, or Put their case before the Management Committee.

All breaches of the Laws of the Game, Rules and Regulations of The Football Association shall be dealt with in accordance with F.A. Rules by the appropriate Association. With the exception of Clubs playing at Step 7 of the Football Pyramid and the FA Women’s Premier League, the maximum fine permitted for any breach of a Competition rule is £250 and, when setting any fine, the Competition must ensure that the penalty is proportional to the offence, taking into account any mitigating circumstances. (E) All decisions of the Management Committee shall be binding subject to the right of appeal to the Board of Appeal in accordance with Rule 16. Decisions of the Management Committee must be notified in writing to those concerned within 7 days. (F) Five Members of the Management Committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business of the Management Committee and three Members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business by any sub-committee of the Competition. (G) The Management Committee, as it may deem necessary, shall have power to fill, in an acting capacity, any vacancies that may occur amongst their number. (H) A Club having failed to comply with an order or instruction of the Management Committee, or failing to satisfactorily attend to the business and/or the correspondence of the Competition shall be liable to be fined or otherwise penalised at the discretion of the Management Committee. (I) All fines and charges shall be paid to the Treasurer within 14 days of the date of posting of the written notification. Any Club failing to do so will be fined a maximum of £50. Further failure to pay the fine including the additional sum within 14 days will result in fixtures being withdrawn until such time as the outstanding payments are settled. Clubs, Officials or individuals committing a breach of this Rule will incur such penalties as the Management Committee may impose. The presentation of a cheque, which is subsequently dishonoured by the Bank or Building Society, will incur a fine of £15. (J)

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(K) The Management Committee shall have the power to fill any vacancy that may occur in the membership of the Competition between the Annual General or Special General Meeting called to decide the constitution and the commencement of the Competition season. (L) No participant under the age of 18 can be fined. (M) Leagues who organise Mini Soccer for teams playing U7 and U8 football may not, with the exception of Rules 6, 10(a), 11(d), 14 and 19 fine clubs for breaches of League Rules. (N) The business of the Competition as determined by the Management Committee may/shall be transacted by electronic mail or facsimile. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 6.

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(A) The Annual General Meeting shall be held not later than 30 June in each year. At this meeting the following business shall be transacted provided that at least two thirds of Members are present and entitled to vote: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x)

To receive and confirm the Minutes of the preceding Annual General Meeting. To consider any business arising therefrom To receive and adopt the Annual Report, Balance Sheet and Statement of Accounts Election of Clubs to fill vacancies (as recommended by the Management Committee) Constitution of the Competition for ensuing season. Election of Officers and Management Committee. Appointment of Auditors. Alteration of Rules, if any (of which notice has been given). Fix the date for the commencement of the season and kick off times applicable to the Competitions. Other business of which due notice shall have been given and accepted as being relevant to an Annual General Meeting.

(B) A copy of the duly audited Balance Sheet, Statement of Accounts and Agenda shall be forwarded to each Club at least fourteen days prior to the meeting, and to the Wiltshire County Football Association. (C) A signed copy of the duly audited Balance Sheet and Statement of Accounts shall be sent to the Wiltshire County Football Association within fourteen days of its adoption by the Annual General Meeting. (D) Each Full Member Club/Team shall be empowered to send two delegates to an Annual General Meeting. Each Club shall be entitled to one vote only. Not less than fourteen days’ notice shall be given of any Meeting. (E) Clubs who have withdrawn their Membership of the Competition during the season being concluded or who are not continuing Membership shall be entitled to attend but shall vote only on matters relating to the season being concluded. (F) All voting shall be conducted by a show of voting cards unless a ballot is demanded by at least one third of the delegates qualified to vote or the Chairman so decides. (G) No individual shall be entitled to vote on behalf of more than one Full Member Club unless the individual is also appointed to vote as a representative of a group of Associate Member Clubs. (H) Any continuing Member Club failing to be represented at the Annual General Meeting without satisfactory reason being given shall be fined £50. (I) Officers and Management Committee Members shall be entitled to attend and vote at an Annual General Meeting.

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AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED 7.

The Chairman and the Secretary of each Club shall complete and sign the following agreement which shall be deposited with the Competition together with the Application for Membership for the coming season, or upon indicating that the Club intends to compete. ’We, A, ___________________of ________________________ (Chairman) and B ________________________of_________________________(Secretary) of the _________________________________Football Club have been provided with a copy of the Rules and Regulations of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League Competition and do hereby agree for and on behalf of the said Club, if elected or accepted into Membership, to conform to those Rules and Regulations and to accept, abide by and implement the decisions of the Management Committee of the Competition, subject to the right of appeal in accordance with Rule 16.’ Any alteration of the Chairman and/or Secretary on the above Agreement must be notified to the relevant County Football Association to which the Club is affiliated and to the Secretary of the Competition. (Note: The spaces above are intended for the inclusion of the signatures and addresses of officers and members).

QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS 8.

(A) (i) Contract players, as defined in Football Association Rules, are not permitted in this Competition.

It is the responsibility of each Club to ensure that any Player signing a registration form for that Club has, where necessary, the required International Transfer Certificate. Clearance is required for any player aged 12 and over crossing borders including Wales, Scotland and Ireland. No player registered with an FA Premier League or Football League Academy or with a Centre of Excellence will be permitted to play in this Competition. (B) A registered youth & minor playing member of a Club is one who, being in all other respects eligible, has:i.

Signed a fully and correctly completed League Membership and Player Registration Form in ink, which is to be retained by the League, and countersigned by his/her parent(s) or guardian(s) and by an Officer of the Club. Appointed representatives of the member club will be required to register all players electronically in the prescribed manner set by the League for approval by the League Registration Secretaries. Electronic registrations will not be approved by the League until the League Registration Secretaries are in possession of the Membership & Player registration form together with the Registered Members form, which lists all the players awaiting registration approval and received no later than 72 hours prior to playing. By signing of the League Membership and Player Registration Form the Parent/Guardian agrees to become a member of the Club to which their child is registered and agree to abide by the League Code of Conduct for Parents and Spectators and will expected to abide by it at all times. Sanctions may be imposed should the Code of Conduct be breached and therefore subject to Rules and Regulations of association football and League. Any new player who has not previously been registered with the League is deemed to have been approved and registered to the League when the details of the player appears on FA Fulltime League webpage as an available player and the player shall then be considered eligible to play. A player will be re-registered from the previous season only if they have previously completed a League Membership form, which has been signed by both player and parent/guardian and only if, the Code of Conduct has been agreed and understood. A copy of this completed form has been retained by the League for their records. A player is deemed to have been re-registered and approved by the League once the name of the player has been submitted on the Player Team form, duly signed by a Club Official. There is

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no requirement for a Team Administrator to apply the player to Full-time by way of registration as will be processed by the Registration Secretary. The League Membership and Player Registration Form must incorporate any known serious medical conditions of the player and contact details of the player’s parent(s) or guardian(s). Copies of these details must be available at matches and training events the player attends within the management of the Club or Competition. Proof of date of birth will be required to be submitted to the relevant Registration Secretaries with the completed Registered Members Form where this information is not already held by the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League. Any player who takes part in a match in breach of this Rule will be deemed to be an ineligible player for the purposes of Rule 8(Q).

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The qualification dates for the competition shall be as follows: To play in a KO Cup game or a game where points are awarded, or results published, a player st must have achieved the age of 8 on or before 31 August. Mini-Soccer st Under 7 –The player must have attained the age of 6 as at midnight on 31 August in the st playing season but must be under the age of 7 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 8 - The player must be under the age of 8 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st

Under 9 - The player must be under the age of 9 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 10 - The player must be under the age of 10 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. In accordance with the foregoing qualifications a player in the above age ranges must not play in a match where any other player is older or younger by 2 years or more. Mini-Soccer will be open to mixed gender teams. The Under 7 and Under 8 age groups will be non-competitive. Youth Football Under 11 – The player must have attained the age of 10 but must be under the age of 11 by st midnight 31 August in the playing season. st Under 12 – The player must be under the age of 12 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 13 - The player must be under the age of 13 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 14 – The player must be under the age of 14 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 15 - The player must be under the age of 15 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 16 – The player must be under the age of 16 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 17 - The player must be under the age of 17 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. st Under 18 - The player must be under the age of 18 as at midnight on 31 August in the playing season. In accordance with the foregoing qualifications a player under the age of 15 as at midnight on st 31 August in the playing season must not play in a match where any other player is older or younger by 2 years or more. A player will only be eligible to play for teams above the age group to which they are registered and not in an age group younger than that age group to which they are registered.

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The maximum number of games that any one player can play up an age group is limited to 3 in any one playing season. AGE GROUP U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16 U17/18

BORN ON OR AFTER 1 September 2004 st 1 September 2003 st 1 September 2002 st 1 September 2001 st 1 September 2000 st 1 September 1999 st 1 September 1998 st 1 September 1997 st 1 September 1996 st 1 September 1995 st 1 September 1993

BORN ON OR BEFORE st 31 August 2005 st 31 August 2004 st 31 August 2003 st 31 August 2002 st 31 August 2001 st 31 August 2000 st 31 August 1999 st 31 August 1998 st 31 August 1997 st 31 August 1996 st 31 August 1995

SCHOOL YEAR 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

AGE CAN PLAY UP U7 U9 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16

(The above qualification dates are subject to the provisions contained in FA Rule C.4 (a) and (vi)). Youth Soccer will be for boys only except up to under 13 where girls will also be allowed to play. A child in the ranges of under 7, under 8, under 9, under 10, under 12 and under 13 may play in a match involving boys and girls. Teams will not be allowed to participate in the League unless they have at least eleven players registered in the case of Youth Football and at least nine players registered in the case of 9v9 seven players registered in the case of Mini-Soccer. Teams must register these numbers of players with the th league no later than 15 August each year or on date set by the Management Committee, to be reviewed each year Failure to do so will result in a fine of ÂŁ10. If any game is postponed as a result, Rule 10F will also apply. (C) A player having taken part in matches for any Club affiliated to any County Football Association shall not be allowed to join, be transferred to, or sign for a Club in the Competition without first proving to the officials of the intended Club that the player has discharged all reasonable financial liabilities to the previous Club or Clubs, and a Club official may not accept such player's signature without first ascertaining whether such claims have been discharged to the satisfaction of the Club, or Clubs, for which the player last played. (D) Registered Members Form and League Membership Form will be issued at 20 forms at the start of each season in the case of Youth Football and a minimum of 18 forms for 9v9 and 14 forms in the case of Mini-Soccer. Additional registrations over and above these amounts will incur a registration fee of ÂŁ10 per player. Fees paid for registration fees are not refundable. (E) The Management Committee shall decide all registration disputes. In the event of a player completing a League Membership and Player Registration Form, electronically or having a registration submitted for more than one Club, priority of registration shall decide for which Club the player shall be registered. The Registration Secretaries shall notify the Club last applying to register the player of the fact of the previous registration. (F) It shall be deemed misconduct for a player to: i.

Play for more than one Club in the Competition in the same season without first being transferred.

ii.

Having signed for one Club in the Competition, sign for another Club in the Competition in that season except for the purpose of a transfer.

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Submit a signed League Membership and Player Registration Form for registration that the player had wilfully neglected to accurately or fully complete.

iv.

Knowingly play a player in an age group below the age group for the team to which they are registered

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The Management Committee shall have power to accept or reject the registration of any player.

ii.

The Management Committee shall have power to refuse, cancel or suspend the registration of any player or may fine any player, at their discretion, proved guilty of registration irregularities. (Subject to Rule 16).

iii.

The Management Committee shall have power to refuse or cancel the registration of any player found guilty of undesirable conduct or that of their parent/guardian and to disqualify the player in question from participating in all games in the Competition. (Subject to Rule 16).

(Note: Action under Clause (ii) shall not be taken against a player for misconduct on the field of play until the matter has been dealt with by the appropriate Association, and then only in cases of the player bringing the Competition into disrepute.) (H) Subject to the Football Association Rules dealing with players without a written contract when a player desires a transfer, the Club the player wishes to transfer to shall submit a transfer form to the appropriate Registration Secretaries accompanied by a fee of £20. Such transfer shall be referred by the Registration Secretaries to the Club for which the player is registered. Should this Club object to the transfer it should state its objections in writing to the Registration Secretaries and to the player concerned within seven days of receipt of the transfer form. Upon receipt of the Club's consent, or upon its failure to give written objection within seven days, the Registration Secretaries may, on behalf of the Management Committee, transfer the player who shall be deemed eligible to play for the new Club from such date that the player appears as eligible on FA.com/Full-time. During the current season any Club wishing to approach a Player known to be registered with or having played for any other Club must give to the Secretary of each such Club, seven days’ formal written notice of the intention to approach the Player and a copy of this approach must be forwarded to the League Registration Secretaries on the same day. In the event of an objection to a transfer the matter shall be referred to the Management Committee for a decision. A player shall not be allowed more than two transfers in the League in any one season. When a second transfer is approved both player and Club are to be advised that no further transfer will be considered during the current season. (I) A player may not be registered for a Club nor transferred to another Club in the Competition after the 28th day of February except by special permission of the Management Committee. (J) A Club shall keep a list of the players it registers and a record of the games in which they have played, and shall produce such records upon demand by the Management Committee. Registrations are only valid for one season. In the event a Club has more than one team in an age group, each team must be clearly identifiable but st nd not designated ‘A’ or ‘B’ or 1 or 2 . In such cases players will be registered for one team only. A player so registered will be allowed to play for his Club only in an older age group within the provisions of Rule 8 (B) and not in a younger age group. A player cannot play for a team at a lower age group within the same Club. (K) A register containing the names of all players registered for each Club, with the date of registration, shall be kept by the Registration Secretaries and shall be open to the inspection of any duly appointed Member Club representative at all Management Committee meetings or at other times mutually arranged. Registrations are valid for one season only.

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(L) A player shall not be eligible to play for a team in any play-off for championship, promotion or runners-up -deciding match (as specified in Rule 12(A)) unless the player has played four games for that team in this Competition in the current season. (M) i.

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Any team playing an unregistered or otherwise ineligible player or players shall have the points gained in the match deducted from its total and may be fined and/or otherwise dealt with at the discretion of the Management Committee. The maximum fine that can be imposed for this offence, in addition to any point’s deduction, shall be £25. In addition the team will have a further one point deducted from its total and may be dealt with in any further manner which is thought to be fit. The Management Committee may, at its discretion, award any points deducted from a Club under this Rule to the opponents in the match in question.

The following Clause applies to Competitions involving players in full-time education:(N) Priority must be given at all times to school and school organisations activities. Postponements under this rule will only be considered if the Club are unable to field a team as a direct result of their player’s involvement in schools activities. Clubs wishing to apply for a postponement must forward their request, in writing, to the League Fixtures Secretaries 14 days prior to the date of the match together with the following details: a. b.

Proof that they players in question have been selected for a school event Evidence that loss of the players in question would prevent the club fielding a team (six for mini soccer, seven for 9v9 and nine for 11v11 constitutes a team).

Any Club requesting postponement of any League organised fixture due to a Football Association or District Representative game must have a minimum of 2 players selected for the squad and no postponement will be granted for any League competition game for Clubs who have a squad of at least 11 or more registered players available after the selection of the players selected for any Football Association or District Representative game in accordance with Rule 10E. It is considered that a player shall not play in two matches on the same day in any competition. Any club found to have made a false statement under this rule will be dealt with by the Management Committee. i.

The availability of children must be cleared with the Head Teachers (except for Sunday Competitions). ii. Children under 15 shall not play in a team involving players who are more than 2 years older. (Note: For players under the age of 18 the provisions contained in Football Association Rules will apply) iii. A player, registered with the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League shall not be allowed to play in more than one Competition under the control of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League on the same day. iv. A player, registered with the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League shall not be eligible to play in any Competition under the control of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League if he is selected to play football for his School or Schools’ FA Representative Team on the same day. CLUB COLOURS / CLUB NAME 9.

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Any team not being able to play in its normal colours as registered with the Competition shall notify the colours in which they will play to its opponents at least two days before the match. If, in the opinion of the Referee, two Clubs have the same or similar colours, the home team shall make the change. In the event of a game being played on a neutral ground, such as a play-off, unless the two clubs agree between themselves as to which team will change, both teams will be required to change. Any team not having a change of colours or delaying the kick-off by not having a change shall be fined £20. The General Secretary of the Competition may request shirts to be submitted if complaints are received as to lack of distinguishing colours, and the Management Committee may refuse to permit any shirts or shorts as they think fit. Shirts must be uniquely numbered in all Competitions where competitive matches are played. (B) Any Club wishing to change its name and/or colours must seek permission from its affiliated County Association and from the Management Committee. PLAYING SEASON / CONDITIONS OF PLAY / TIMES OF KICK-OFF / POSTPONEMENTS / SUBSTITUTES 10.

(A) The Annual General Meeting shall determine the commencing and concluding dates for the ensuing season which shall be in accordance with Football Association Rules. No Club shall be compelled to play after the concluding date. Original fixtures arranged by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cup Secretary, or at a meeting specially convened for that purpose, to be held no later than 21 days before the season commencement date, must not be arranged for a date later than seven days preceding the concluding date determined by the Annual General Meeting. Where matches need to be rearranged or in the case of a revised fixture date by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cup Secretary, Clubs shall whenever possible, be given a minimum of five days’ notice unless otherwise mutually agreed. Notification will be given to the Club Secretary through email alerts via FA.com/Full-time and will be published on the FA.com/Full-time website. (B) All matches shall be played in accordance with the Laws of the Game as determined by the International Football Association Board or, for Mini-Soccer, the Laws of Mini-Soccer as set down by the Football Association. Clubs must take all reasonable precautions to keep their grounds in a playable condition. All matches shall be played on pitches deemed suitable by the Management Committee. If through any fault of the home team a match has to be replayed, the Management Committee shall have power to order the venue to be changed. The Management Committee shall have power to decide whether a pitch and/or facilities are suitable for matches in the Competition and to order the Club concerned to play its fixtures on another ground. If a pitch is regularly unavailable due to conditions outside of the Club’s control, the Management Committee reserve the right to reschedule all the Club’s remaining fixtures at a neutral venue until the club can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that these issues have been resolved. The times of kick-off and the venue of the match must be notified to the opposition and any appointed Referee at least six days before the date of the actual match. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. Where-upon a charge of £20 will be imposed on the home team for failing to contact its opposition in the required time. All matches shall have a duration as set out below unless a shorter time (not less than 40 minutes for Youth football, but see also below) is mutually arranged by the two captains in consultation with the referee prior to the commencement of the match, and in any event shall be of equal halves. For Mini-Soccer – The recommended duration of play shall be as follows: for under 7 and under 8 age groups, 15 minutes each way and for under 9 and under 10, 20 minutes each way. The maximum

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playing time in any one day for under 7 and under 8 age groups is 40 minutes and for under 9 and under 10 age groups is 60 minutes. For Youth football – The duration of play shall be as follows unless it is mutually agreed by all parties to reduce the time. For under 11 and under 12, 30 minutes each half; for under 13 and under 14, 35 minutes each half and under 15 and under 16, 40 minutes each half; under 17 and under 18, 45 minutes each half. The minimum time for any game will not be less than 20 minutes each half for players in the under 14 age group and below and 25 minutes each half for all other age groups. st

No player under the age of 17 as at midnight on 31 August in any season shall be permitted to play more than one game or, in the event the competition allows the playing of a double-header, i.e. two separate matches, 100 minutes per day in this Competition. The times of kick-off shall be fixed at the AGM or by the Management Committee. Games will be permitted to take place either in the morning or afternoon at weekends and, in the case of midweek matches, in the early evening. Any club failing to notify the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary (where appropriate), it’s opposition, nominated match official and Referees Appointment Secretary of a change of kick-off time to the time showing on The FA Full-time League webpage or failing to commence the match at the appointed kick-off time as shown on The FA Full-time League webpage shall be fined a sum of £20 and be otherwise dealt with as the Management Committee may determine. Any changes to the shown kick-off time can be made by contacting the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary its opposition, nominated match official and Referees Appointment Secretary 6 days before the date of the match being played. Only exception to this shall be an unfit pitch. Each Team playing in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League will advise the Management Committee of their normal kick-off time prior to the commencement of the season. If Teams wish to change this kick-off time for a particular match they must seek sanction from the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary. Failure to seek such permission will result in a fine of £5. The times of kick-off must be notified to the opposition and any appointed Referee at least six days before the date of the actual match. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. In this event the away team are required to inform the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary of lack of contact from the home team. Referees must order matches to commence at the appointed time and must report all late starts to the Competition. The home team must provide at least two League sanctioned footballs fit for play and the referee shall make a report to the Competition if the footballs are unsuitable. The recommended size of football to be used shall be: For Mini-Soccer, size 3 for players in the under 7 and 8 age categories; size 4 for under 9’s and 10’s. For youth football – size 4 for those playing under 11, 12, 13 and 14 age groups; size 5 for all other age groups. Goal nets must be used. The use of 3G playing surfaces (i.e. Rubber Crumb) may be used for competitive games at U9 and U10 but must comply with The Laws of Mini Soccer as laid down by The FA. In addition to these rules, there must be ample run off areas around the pitch (no solid walls). All such pitches wishing to be used must be inspected and approved for use by a minimum of 2 Management Committee members. The use of floodlights will also be allowed on agreement with a team’s opponents. The use of any playing surfaces will be permitted for non-competitive games at U7 and U8, this to include indoor facilities; Futsal; Gymnasium etc., 3G, Grass or Astro-turf on the proviso that it meets approved standards for football. The result of any game played on Astro Turf (i.e. Sand Based Surfaced) or a pitch not approved by the Management Committee will NOT be recognized and the game will have to be rescheduled by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary.

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(C) Except by permission of the Management Committee (through the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary or, in his absence, the General Secretary) all matches must be played on the dates originally fixed by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary but priority shall be given to The Football Association and all relevant County Association Cup Competitions. All other matches or non-football related activities must be considered secondary. Clubs may mutually agree to bring forward a match with the consent of the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary. Where permission is sought to postpone a game, permission will only be deemed to have been given where the Clubs involved have been issued in writing by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, or in his absence the General Secretary, a letter or email stating that: “Permission is hereby granted for the match between Club A and Club B at Under X scheduled for Date to be postponed and no charge will be raised under Rule 10F.” (D) The Secretary (or official representative) of the home Club must give notice by whichever means possible of full particulars of the location of, and access to, the ground and time of kick-off to the appointed Referee and the Secretary (or official representative) of the opposing Club six days prior to the playing of the match. The location of the ground and kick-off time will be deemed to be as specified in the League’s current Handbook or as it appears on the FA/Full-time League webpage. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. In this event the away team are required to inform the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary of lack of contact from the home team. Where-upon a charge of £20 will be imposed on the home team for failing to contact its opposition in the required time. Any Club failing to comply with this Rule, thereby causing the fixture to be postponed on the day, shall be liable to a fine of £20, shall forfeit three points to its opponents, be liable to pay legitimate expenses claimed by its opponents and be liable for the appointed referee’s full fee and expenses. (E) In the event of a Club playing in any match with less than eleven players they may be fined £1 for each missing player (six players for mini soccer, seven players for 9v9 and nine players for 11v11 constitutes a team). (F) (i) Home and away matches shall be played for all age groups, except in the case of under 7s where fixtures will be scheduled at random, played every two weeks and not against the same opposition during that current season. No fixtures will be scheduled during December and January to allow for a winter break. Under 7s will be permitted to play their fixtures on any permitted surface as stated in Rule 10B and indoor fixtures are authorised. In the event of a Club postponing a match without permission of the Fixtures Secretary or otherwise failing to keep its engagement the Management Committee shall have power to inflict a fine, deduct points from the defaulting Club, award the points to the opponents, order the defaulting Club to pay any expenses incurred by the opponents and match officials or otherwise deal with them except the award of goals. Any Club, responsible for postponing a game without the permission of the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, thereby causing the match to be awarded a Walkover shall be fined £20 and will forfeit 3 points to their opponents and be deducted 1 point from their standing and maybe also liable to a claim for compensation from their opponents for any costs incurred. Insufficient registered players, illness or injuries to the players shall not be accepted as satisfactory reason for postponing matches except in exceptional circumstances and agreed by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary.

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No postponements shall be granted for half-term holidays unless both teams mutually agree an alternate date (weekend or midweek) for the fixture to be played on, which is also agreeable to and with the permission of the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary. Opponents must lodge a written claim for such compensation with the League within three days of the date of the match, accompanied by proof of expenditure. This also applies to the Referee if he attended the ground. Notwithstanding the foregoing home and away provision, the Management Committee shall have power to order a match to be played on a neutral ground or on the opponent's ground if they are satisfied that such action is warranted by the circumstances. (ii) Any Club with more than one team in the Competition shall always fulfil its fixtures, within the Competition, in the following order of precedence: - First Team, Reserve Team, A Team. Clubs in breach of this requirement shall be fined a sum not exceeding £10 or otherwise dealt with by the Management Committee. (iii) Notice of postponement of any match must be given without delay by the postponing Club (or notice of a Club being unable to fulfil any match must be given 24 hours prior to the match by the Club) to the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, the Competition Referees Appointments Secretary, the Secretary of the opposing Club and the match officials. Any Club failing to comply shall be liable to a fine of £20, shall forfeit three points to its opponents and be liable to pay the legitimate expenses incurred by its opponents and by the match official(s). It is the postponing Club’s sole responsibility to communicate with all parties as soon as possible, notifying the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary or any other member of the League Management committee does not relieve the postponing club of that responsibility. Postponement of a match by any Club shall be confirmed in writing or by email to the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary on the date of postponement. Any Club failing to comply shall be dealt with by the Management Committee who may inflict any penalty it may deem suitable. (iv) In the event of a match not being played or abandoned owing to causes over which neither Club has control, it shall be played in its entirety on a date to be mutually agreed by the two Clubs and approved by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary. Failing such agreement and notification to the Fixtures Secretaries within three days the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary shall have power to order the match to be played on a named date or on or before a given date. The Management Committee shall review all abandoned matches and in a case where it is to the advantage of the Competition and does no injustice to either Club, shall be empowered to order the score at the time of the abandonment to stand. In all cases where the Management Committee is satisfied that a match was abandoned owing to the conduct of one team or its Club member(s) they shall be empowered to take what action they may deem necessary. In cases where a match is abandoned owing to the conduct of both teams or their Club members, the Management Committee shall take such action, as they consider appropriate. Such action is subject to any disciplinary action taken by the appropriate Affiliated Association. (G) A Club may at its discretion and in accordance with the Laws of the Game use five substitute players in any match in this Competition who may be selected from five players. Any club found to be using more than five substitutes then those substitutes used will be deemed as being ineligible and the Club charged accordingly. For Mini-Soccer – any number of substitutions may be used at any time with the permission of the Referee. Entry onto the field of play will only be allowed during a stoppage in play. A player who has been replaced may return to the play as a substitute for another player. A Team must not have a squad greater than double the size of its team in an age group. For Youth football – for teams in the under 16 age group and below, a player who has been substituted himself becomes a substitute and may replace another player at any time subject to the substitution being carried out in accordance with Law 3 of the Laws of Association Football.

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The Referee shall be informed of the names of the substitutes not later than five minutes before the start of the match. A player who has been selected, appointed or named as a substitute before the start of the match but does not actually play in the game and is not included on the list of players representing a Club returned to the Registration Secretaries in accordance with Rule 11(A) shall not be considered to have been a player in that game within the meaning of Rule 8 of this Competition. (H) The half time interval shall be of ten minutes duration, but it shall not exceed fifteen minutes. The half time interval may only be altered with the consent of the Referee. (I) The League shall require all players and club officials to have signed the FA’s Respect Codes of Conduct and produce these if so requested by the League management committee. Prior to each match the participating teams and officials shall conduct the ‘Respect’ handshakes to the opposing team before and after the match. The participating clubs taking part in the fixture shall identify a team captain designated with a captain’s armband who has a responsibility to offer support in the management of the on-field discipline of his/her team mates. If the participating players are considered to be too young to take on this role a member of the team coaching staff should provide this support. Each home club shall make arrangements for the provision of designated areas for spectators and technical area’s for Officials and substitues. This area can be marked by an additional painted line, the use of cones, a roped off area or use of a temporary spectator barrier. The area for spectators should start two metres from the touchline on both sides of the pitch. Each area should run the full length of the pitch. It is recognised, however, that the alignment of some public pitches does not allow for this arrangement in which case other appropriate arrangements should be made. REPORTING RESULTS 11.

(A) Both Clubs are required to submit Results and Statistics including Referee scores, and Respect marks of the match played in the prescribed manner on FA Full-time league webpage within 3 days of the date of the match (excluding Sundays). Appointed Team Administrators submitting their Results and Statistics electronically must confirm the forename and surname of team players who have taken part in that match for approval by the League Registration Secretaries. Failure to do so or complete in full or correctly will incur a fine of £15 and/or the Club being dealt with as the Management Committee decide. B) The Home Club shall report, by whatever means available, the result of each match to the League within two hours of the conclusion of the game. The result can be submitted by text via fa.com, Team Administrator on Full-time, email/text to League Results Secretary. The result will show on Full-time within 10 hours of the conclusion of the game. (C) In the event of three or more teams being equal on points in any position within their league table(s), they are deemed to be tied. Where the league positions need to be separated to decide the awarding of trophies or other material events (i.e. promotion or relegation) this will be decided by playoff. Team rankings will be decided by a deciding match or matches played under conditions determined by the Management Committee. Where the League has to contact a home Club, by whatever means available, to ascertain the result of a game more than two hours after its conclusion, that Club shall be fined £5. If the League has to obtain the result of a game from sources other than the responsible home Club, more than two hours after its conclusion, the defaulting Club shall be fined £10. (D) Leagues are permitted to collect but not to publish results for fixtures they organise for U7 and U8 Mini Soccer. They may require a Club to confirm that a set fixture has been played. A maximum fine of £5 may be imposed for a breach of this Rule. For the Under 7 and Under 8 age groups the result of the game should be reported as at the time the game finished but no league points will be awarded for fixtures at these age groups. The result of the

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match will be kept hidden and used for purposes by the League to ascertain which division the team shall enter the League at under 9s when the team assumes competitive football. No goals shall be reported when confirming names of team players. DETERMINING CHAMPIONSHIP – LEAGUE WINNERS or RUNNERS-UP 12. (A) Team rankings within the Competition will be decided by points with three points to be awarded for

a win and one point for a drawn match. The teams gaining the highest number of points in their respective Divisions at the conclusion shall be adjudged the winners. Matches must not be played for double points. . In Mini Soccer points can only be awarded for Under 9 Competitions onwards. No points will be awarded for matches at the Under 7 and Under 8 age group, which shall be played on a non-competitive basis. In the event of two or more teams being equal on points in any position within their league table(s), they are deemed to be tied. Where the league positions need to be separated to decide the awarding of trophies or other material events (i.e. promotion or relegation) this will be decided by play-off. Play-Off matches shall endeavor to be played at a suitable neutral venue as decided by the Fixtures Secretary. But if such a venue cannot be found due to unavailability or unplayable pitch conditions, then lots will be drawn to decide which of the two teams involved, will host the match at their home ground. Team rankings will be decided by a deciding match or matches played under conditions determined by the Management Committee. Goal difference will not be used to decide positions. The cost shall be shared equally between the teams concerned. For deciding matches, where just two teams are involved, in the event of the scores in a special championship match played under conditions determined by the Management Committee being level at the end of the game, 20 minutes extra time will be played in two equal periods of 10 minutes in the case of Youth Football and 10 minutes of extra time will be played in two equal periods of 5 minutes in the case of Mini-Soccer. All play-off matches resulting in a draw even after 10 minutes extra time will be decided by penalty kicks as per FiFA rules. In the event of three or more teams being equal on points in any position within their league table(s), they are deemed to be tied. Where the league positions need to be separated to decide the awarding of trophies or other material events (i.e. promotion or relegation) this will be decided by play-off. Team rankings will be decided by a deciding match or matches played under conditions determined by the Management Committee. Under special circumstance only, if all teams remain tied at the end of the play-off matches then the final positions will be decided by the application of goal difference to play-off ties only in order to determine rankings. The cost of all such play-off matches shall be shared equally between the teams concerned. For deciding matches, where just two teams are involved, in the event of the scores in a special championship match played under conditions determined by the Management Committee being level at the end of the game, 20 minutes extra time will be played in two equal periods of 10 minutes in the case of Youth Football and 10 minutes of extra time will be played in two equal periods of 5 minutes in the case of Mini-Soccer. All play-off matches resulting in a draw even after 10 minutes extra time will be decided by penalty kicks as per FiFA rules. Any team that is suspended by League or any governing body that is likely to have an effect that will/may determine the winners or runners-up in any League or Cup competition then the league reserve the right to either award the result to the opposition or replace the suspended team with their last opponent in the competition". (B) Where there is more than one Division at a particular age group automatic promotion and relegation shall be applied for the first two and last two teams in each Division except as provided for hereunder, subject to the provisions of Rule 1(b).

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(i) Should one or more teams withdraw from any one Division after the fixtures have commenced an equal number of teams to those withdrawing in that Division shall not be automatically relegated. Vacancies occurring after the conclusion of the season may be filled on any of the following ways: a. Retention of otherwise relegated team(s) b. Additional promotion of the next ranked team(s) from the Division below c. Election (C) In the event of a team not completing 75% of its fixtures for the season all points obtained by or recorded against such defaulting team shall be expunged from the Competition table. REFEREES 13.

(A) Registered Referees for all matches shall be appointed in a manner approved by the Management Committee and by the sanctioning Association(s). An appointed referee takes precedence over any Club referee. Clubs cannot turn down a referee appointed by the Referee’s Secretary under any circumstances. (B) In the event of the non-appearance of the appointed Referee the appointed senior Assistant Referee shall take charge and a substitute Assistant Referee appointed by the competing Teams. In cases where there are no officially appointed Assistant Referees, or where the competition has been unable to appoint a Referee the Clubs shall agree upon a Referee. A Referee thus agreed upon shall, for that whole game, have the full powers, status and authority of a registered Referee and be entitled to receive such fees as outlined in Rule 13(E). Should the Clubs fail to agree upon a Referee, thus preventing the game being played, the Fixture Secretary must be informed, in writing, by both Clubs within three days of the date of the match and the reasons clearly stated therein. Failure to comply will result in the Club(s) being dealt with under League Rule 5(H). The Fixture Secretary shall refer all cases to the Management Committee who will determine which Club(s) is/are in default. Club(s) thus determined to be in default of not mutually agreeing upon a Referee shall pay the ground expenses, the Referee’s fee and travelling expenses for the rearranged fixture, the date of which shall be determined by the Fixture Secretary. (C) The Management Committee may, if they consider it desirable, or upon application by the two competing Clubs, appoint Assistant Referees, if available, to any match and the Assistant Referees fees to be paid in full by the home team. Where Assistant Referees are not appointed each Team shall provide a Club Assistant Referee. Failure to do so will result in a maximum fine of £5 being imposed on the defaulting Club. (D) The appointed or agreed Referee shall have power to decide as to the fitness of the ground in all matches and the decision shall be final subject to either in the case of a ground of a Local Authority or the owners of a ground, the Representative of that body is the sole arbiter and whose decision must be accepted. (E) Match Officials appointed under this Rule shall be entitled to charge standard class public transport expenses or private car expenses of 30p per mile together with the following match fees: - Referee £15, Registered Referees appointed by the Management Committee as Assistant Referees £11, subject to any limits laid down by the sanctioning Association(s). The Home Club shall pay the Officials their fees and expenses before the match. (F) In the event of a match not being played because of circumstances over which the Clubs have no control, the Match Officials, if present, shall be entitled to half fee plus expenses. Where a match is not played owing to one Club being in default, that Club shall be ordered to pay the Officials, if they attend the ground, their full fee and expenses. The home Club must notify the appropriate Referee Appointments Secretary and appointed Referee if its fixture is to be played on a ground different to that listed in the League Handbook or as featured on the FA Full-time League webpage within 6 days before the match. Any Club responsible for failing to notify the Referee Appointments Secretary and appointed Referee shall be liable to reimburse the

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Referee his full match fee and expenses. The Referee must submit any such claim to the Referee Appointments Secretary within three days of the scheduled date of the match. (G) A Referee not keeping his engagement, and failing to give a satisfactory explanation as to his nonappearance may have his name removed from the list of Referees and may be reported to the County Football Association with which he is registered. (H) Where a qualified Referee is appointed to the match each Club shall award marks out of 100 to the Referee in the prescribed manner when recording Results and Statistics on FA Full-time League webpage. Clubs failing to comply with this Rule shall be liable to be fined or dealt with, as the Management Committee shall determine. Where a mark of 50 or less is awarded by a Club correspondence must be submitted to the League Secretary and League Referee Appointment Secretary containing the mark and explaining why it was necessary to award such a low mark. (I) The Competition shall keep a record of the markings and, on the Form provided by the prescribed date each season, shall submit a summary to The County Football Association. (J) The Referee shall submit a report form, supplied by the Competition, giving the result of the match, the number of players in each team and the time of kick-off to the Referee Appointments Secretary within two days of the match. (K) Referees shall be supplied, each Season with an electronic copy of the Competition Rules (L) Referees and Assistant Referees shall have undertaken a Respect briefing offered by the FA/County FA or the League. CONTINUATION OF MEMBERSHIP OR WITHDRAWAL OF A CLUB 14.

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(A) After 31 December in the current season a Club intending, or having a provisional intention, to withdraw a team from the Competition on completion of its fixtures and fulfilment of all other obligations to the Competition must notify the General Secretary in writing by 31st March each Season or be liable to a fine not exceeding £10. Clubs in membership, not having notified the General Secretary of their intention to withdraw, shall be assumed to be continuing in membership for the following season. (B) A Club shall not be allowed to withdraw any or all of its teams from the Competition after the Annual General Meeting for the following season. Any Club infringing this rule shall be liable to a fine not exceeding £50 per team and shall also be liable for its share of any call that may be made under Rule 5(B). (C) The Membership for the coming season having been decided at a Special General Meeting held for th that purpose or at the Annual General Meeting held not later than 30 June annually, the Competition shall have the right, irrespective of other provisions in this Rule, to refuse to permit a Club to withdraw its team(s) in order to join another Competition and may hold the Club to its engagements. (D) In the event of a Member Club, which is an un-incorporated association, withdrawing and/or disbanding it shall be immediately liable to discharge all its financial and other obligations to the Competition. In the event that any such obligation remains un-discharged after a period of twenty-one (21) days then such obligation shall be met by the then current Club Members, excluding those under the statutory school leaving age. Until a Member’s pro rata obligation is discharged in full the Member shall not be allowed to participate in the Competition, which may apply to the Club’s Parent County Association for a suspension order.

PROTESTS AND APPEALS 15. (A) i. All questions of eligibility, qualifications of players or interpretations of the Rules shall be referred

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ii. Objections relevant to the dimensions of the pitch, goals, flag posts or other facilities of the venue will not be entertained by the Management Committee unless a protest is lodged with the Referee before the commencement of the match. Any Club lodging such protest and not proceeding with it shall be deemed guilty of a breach of this Rule and shall be dealt with by the Management Committee. (B) Except in cases where the Management Committee decide that there are special circumstances, protests and complaints (which must contain full particulars of the grounds upon which they are founded) must be lodged in duplicate with the General Secretary within three days (excluding Sundays) of the match or occurrence to which they refer. A protest or complaint shall not be withdrawn except by permission of the Management Committee. A Member of the Management Committee who is a member of any Club involved shall not be present (except as a witness or representative of his Club) when such protest or complaint is being determined. (C) Any dispute occurring between Clubs in the Competition shall be referred for determination by the Management Committee whose decision shall be binding upon all parties subject to Rule 16. (D) No protest or appeal of whatever kind shall be considered by the Management Committee unless the complaining Club shall have deposited with the General Secretary a sum of £20. This may be forfeited in whole or in part in the event of the complaining or protesting Club losing its case. The Management Committee shall have power to order the defaulting Club or the Club making a losing protest or complaint to pay the expenses of the enquiry or to order that the costs to be shared by the parties. (E) All parties to a protest or complaint must receive a copy of the submission and must be afforded an opportunity to make a statement at least 7 days prior to the protest or complaint being heard. (i) All parties must have received seven days’ notice of the Hearing should they be instructed to attend. (ii) Should a Club elect to state its case in person then they should forward a deposit of £25.00 and indicate such when forwarding the written response (F) When dealing with a protest or complaint the Management Committee shall take into consideration the possession by the protesting or complaining Club of any information which, if properly used, might have avoided the protest or complaint. BOARD OF APPEAL 16.

Within 14 days of the posting of written notification of any decision of the Management Committee or the Competition a Club, Official or Player against whom action is taken may appeal against such decision by lodging particulars in duplicate with the Secretary of the Wiltshire County Football Association, including a fee in accordance with the Wiltshire County Football Association Schedule of Charges for adjudication of a Board of Appeal. The grounds of appeal shall be in accordance with FA Rules. The Board of Appeal may order the appeal fee to be forfeited and shall decide by whom the costs of the appeal shall be borne. The decision of the Board of Appeal is final and binding on all parties concerned. No appeal can be lodged against a decision taken at an Annual or Special General Meeting unless this is on the ground of unconstitutional conduct.

EXCLUSION OF CLUBS, TEAMS, OFFICIALS, PLAYERS AND SPECTATORS 17.

(A) At the Annual General Meeting, or Special General Meeting called for the purpose, in accordance with the provisions of Rule 19, Notice of Motion having been duly circulated on the Agenda, the accredited delegates present shall have the power to exclude any Club or Team from further membership which must be supported by (more than) two-thirds (2/3) of those present and voting. Voting on this point shall be conducted by ballot. (B) At the Annual General Meeting, or at a Special General Meeting called for the purpose, in accordance with the provisions of Rule 19, the accredited delegates present shall have the power to exclude from further participation in the Competition any Team of a Club whose conduct has, in their opinion, been undesirable which must be supported by (more than) two-thirds (2/3rds) of those present and voting. Voting on this point shall be conducted by ballot. A Club whose conduct is the subject of the vote being taken shall be excluded from voting.

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In preparation for such a motion (to exclude a Club, Team, Official, Player or Spectator) the Management Committee is authorised to gather whatever evidence exists and seek and consolidate the opinions of those other Clubs and Teams most closely effected by the behaviour of the Club, Team, Official, Player or Spectator whose conduct is the subject of the exclusion vote. (C) Any player, official or spectator of a Member Club who is alleged to have insulted, harassed or violated any member of the League Management Committee or whose conduct has, in their opinion, been undesirable and who is considered to be in breach of the Respect Code of Conduct then the Management Committee shall have the power to exclude the/those persons from any further participation in the League/Competition for the period of exclusion as determined by the Management Committee until their case has been heard and proven by the appropriate County Football Association after which time the League will be empowered to invoke further action against any individual found guilty of any misconducted charges. (D) Any official or member of a Club proved guilty of a breach of the Rule, other than field offences, or of inducing or attempting to induce a player or players of another Club in the Competition to join them shall be liable to expulsion or such penalty as a General Meeting or Management Committee may decide, and their Club shall also be liable to expulsion in accordance with the provisions of Clauses (A) and (B) of this Rule. (E) Any Club or Team failing to complete all of its fixtures in any season shall (unless the conditions are beyond their control, or the accredited delegates present at the Annual General Meeting decide otherwise by a majority of two-thirds of the votes cast) be debarred from membership the following season. TROPHY: - LEGAL OWNERS / CONDITIONS OF TAKING OVER / AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED / AWARDS 18.

A Competition Cup or Trophy shall be vested in the Association sanctioning the Competition as Trustees. If a Competition be discontinued for any cause the Cup or Trophy shall be returned to the Donor, if the conditions attached to it so provide, or otherwise dealt with as the Association may decide. At the close of each Competition awards may be made to the winners and runners-up if the funds of the Competition permit up to a maximum of 16 awards per Team. Any additional trophies can be requested but must be paid for by the Team concerned. The following agreement shall be signed on behalf of the winners of the Cup or Trophy: “We A_________________ and B______________________, the Chairman and Secretary of ________________________FC, members of and representing the Club, having been declared winners of _____________________Cup or Trophy, and it having been delivered to us by the Competition, do hereby on behalf of the Club jointly and severally agree to return the Cup or Trophy to the Competition st Secretary on or before 1 March of the following season. We acknowledge that failure to do so will th result in a fine of £20. A further fine will be imposed if the Trophy is not returned by 8 March. If the Cup or Trophy is lost or damaged whilst under our care we agree to refund to the Competition the amount of its current value or the cost of its thorough repair”. The Management Committee shall be responsible for the engraving of the trophy in accordance with the requirements of the Competition. If funds of the Competition permit, the League may present souvenirs to all Mini-Soccer players who have participated in at least 75% of Mini-Soccer matches. All Clubs participating in the Competition may present their own players with seasonal mementoes but this will be at their own cost.

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS 19.

Upon receiving a requisition signed by two-thirds of the Clubs in membership the General Secretary shall call a Special General Meeting. The Management Committee may call a Special General Meeting at any time. At least seven days’ notice shall be given of either meeting under this Rule, together with an agenda of the business to be transacted at such meeting. Each Full Member Club shall be empowered to send two delegates to all Special General Meetings. Each Club shall be entitled to one vote only. Not less than 7 days’ notice shall be given of any meeting.

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Any continuing Member Club failing to be represented at a Special General Meeting without satisfactory reason being given shall be fined ÂŁ50. Officers and Management Committee members shall be entitled to attend and vote at all Special General Meetings. ALTERATION TO RULES 20.

Alterations for which consent has been given by the sanctioning Association shall be made to these Rules only at the Annual General Meeting or at a Special General Meeting specially convened for the purpose called in accordance with Rule 19. Any alteration made during the playing season to the Rule relating to the qualification of players shall not take effect until the following season. Notice of proposed alterations to be considered at the Annual General Meeting shall be submitted to the General Secretary 21 days before the date of the AGM. The proposals and proposed amendments thereto shall be circulated to Clubs with the notice of the Annual General Meeting. A proposal to change a Rule shall be carried if two-thirds (a majority) of those present and entitled to vote are in favour. A copy of the proposed alterations to Rules to be considered at the Annual General Meeting or Special General Meeting shall be submitted to the sanctioning Football Association seven days prior to the date of the meeting. Any alterations or additions decided upon at any meeting shall not become operative until the approval of the Association issuing sanction shall have been obtained.

RULES BINDING ON CLUBS 21.

(A) Each Member Club shall be deemed to have given its assent to the foregoing Rules and agreed to abide by the decisions of the Management Committee subject to Rule 16. Each Member Club must abide by any issued Football Association Code of Conduct. (B) Each Member Club agrees to ensure that all managers (before taking responsibility for a team) and other officers of their club have read, understood and will comply with the rules and accept the consequences of any transgression. Ignorance of a rule of this league will not be deemed a defence or mitigation. (C) Each Member Club agrees to speedily communicate League matters and decisions to all officials and managers. (D) Each existing Member Club shall be working towards the Football Association Charter Standard Accreditation on application for membership to the league for the 2010/2011 season. Any new club applying to enter the League and being successful with their application can play for one season without the need to obtain Charter Standard status. All Clubs must agree to raise the standard of medical care for their players by ensuring that at least one person per team is qualified with the FA Treatment of Injuries qualification by the 2011/12 season. All Clubs must agree that at least one person from each club attends an Age Appropriate workshop and attain the appropriate qualification by the 2011/12 season.

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(A) The Management Committee shall determine with which bank or other financial institution the funds of the Competition will be lodged. (B) Cheques shall be signed by at least two Officers nominated by the Management Committee. th

(C) The financial year of the Competition will end on 30 April. (D) The books, or a certified balance sheet, of a Competition shall be prepared and shall be audited annually by some suitable person(s) who shall be appointed at the Annual General Meeting.

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RULES OF THE NORTH WILTS & DISTRICT YOUTH & MINORS FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP COMPETITIONS NOMENCLATURE AND CONSTITUTION 1.

This Competition shall be designated the North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League Cup Competition and known as the North Wilts Youth & Minor Football League Cup Competition and shall be open to all teams competing in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. All such Member Clubs must be affiliated to an affiliated County Football Association and their names and particulars shall be returned annually by the appointed date on the Form “D” to the Wiltshire County Football Association. The area covered by the Competition Membership shall be those Clubs who have grounds or headquarters situated within a radius of 50 miles from the Town Hall, Swindon. This Competition shall apply annually for sanction to the Wiltshire County Football Association. The competition will provide 11-a-side football for players who have attained the age of 10 as at st midnight 31 August in a playing season and Mini-Soccer for players who have attained the age of 6 st years but not the age of 10 years as at midnight on 31 August in a playing season. Other formats of youth football as authorised from time to time by the FA are also permitted. Teams entering do so on the understanding that matches, without exception, can be played on any day of the week. This Competition and its Clubs shall support the FA’s Respect programme. As such it recognises that everyone in football has a collective responsibility to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place. A Respect League values the courtesy and fairness by opposing players, club officials and spectators. The League and its Clubs will seek to play fixtures in a fair, competitive but not antagonistic environment. A separate cup competition shall be held for each of the respective age groups with teams only being permitted to enter the cup competition for their own respective age group.

ENTRY FEE 2.

(A) Applications by Clubs for admission to this Competition must be made in writing to the General Secretary and must be accompanied by an annual Entry Fee of £15 per team which shall be returned in the event of non-election. At the discretion of a majority of the accredited voting members present applications, of which due notice has been given, may be received at the Annual General Meeting or a Special General Meeting. The Entry Fee shall apply. (B) A Club shall not participate in this Competition until the Entry Fee has been paid along with all league fees. th

(C) Clubs must advise annually to the General Secretary in writing by 30 June of its relevant County Football Association affiliation number for the forthcoming season, failing which they shall be fined £5. Clubs must advise the General Secretary in writing, or on the prescribed form, of details of its Headquarters, Officers and any other information required by the Competition. For the avoidance of doubt a fine for not providing such details will only be applied once for all competitions run by the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League in any one season, it is not £5 per competition. OFFICERS As per League Rule 3

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MANAGEMENT / NOMINATION / ELECTION As per League Rule 4 POWERS OF MANAGEMENT As per League Rule 5 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING As per League Rule 6 AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED As Per League Rule 7 QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS As per League Rule 8 with the exception of: (H) It shall be deemed misconduct for a player to: i.

Play for more than one Club or age group in the Cup Competition in the same season this includes disbanded teams.

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Having signed for one Club in the Competition, sign for another Club in the Competition in that season except for the purpose of a transfer.

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Submit a signed League Membership and Player Registration Form for registration that the player had wilfully neglected to accurately or fully complete.

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Knowingly play a player in an age group below the age group for the team to which they are registered

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The Management Committee shall have power to accept or reject the registration of any player.

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The Management Committee shall have power to refuse, cancel or suspend the registration of any player or may fine any player, at their discretion, proved guilty of registration irregularities. (Subject to Rule 16).

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The Management Committee shall have power to refuse or cancel the registration of any player found guilty of undesirable conduct or that of their parent/guardian and to disqualify the player in question from participating in all games in the Competition. (Subject to Rule 16).

(Note: Action under Clause (ii) shall not be taken against a player for misconduct on the field of play until the matter has been dealt with by the appropriate Association, and then only in cases of the player bringing the Competition into disrepute.) (J) Subject to the Football Association Rules dealing with players without a written contract when a player desires a transfer, the Club the player wishes to transfer to shall submit a transfer form to the appropriate Registration Secretaries accompanied by a fee of ÂŁ20. Such transfer shall be referred by the Registration Secretaries to the Club for which the player is registered. Should this Club object to the transfer it should state its objections in writing to the Registration Secretaries and to the player concerned within seven days of receipt of the transfer form. Upon receipt of the Club's consent, or upon its failure to give written objection within seven days, the Registration Secretaries may, on behalf of the Management Committee, transfer the player who shall be deemed eligible to play for the new Club from such date that the player appears as eligible on FA.com/Full-time. A transferring player who has already played for another Club in the Competition in the current season will be cup tied and not eligible to play for their new club in this Competition in the current season.

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During the current season any Club wishing to approach a Player known to be registered with or having played for any other Club must give to the Secretary of each such Club, seven days’ formal written notice of the intention to approach the Player and a copy of this approach must be forwarded to the League Registration Secretaries on the same day. In the event of an objection to a transfer the matter shall be referred to the Management Committee for a decision. (K) A player may not be registered for a Club nor transferred to another Club in the Competition after the 28th day of February except by special permission of the Management Committee. (L) A Club shall keep a list of the players it registers and a record of the games in which they have played, and shall produce such records upon demand by the Management Committee. In the event a Club has more than one team in an age group, each team must be clearly designated “A” and “B” etc. In such cases players will be registered for one team only. A player so registered will be allowed to play for his Club in an older age group within the provisions of Rule 8 (B). Once a player has played for an older age group team within the same club, then that player must not play for a different club team within that age group for the remainder of the season. (M) A register containing the names of all players registered for each Club, with the date of registration, shall be kept by the Registration Secretaries and shall be open to the inspection of any duly appointed Member Club representative at all Management Committee meetings or at other times mutually arranged. Registrations are valid for one season only. (N) A player shall not be eligible to play in a semi-final or final of the cup competition unless the player has played four or more league games for that team in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League in the current season. (O) Any team playing an unregistered or otherwise ineligible player or players shall be disqualified from the Competition and the match awarded to its opponents and may be fined and/or otherwise dealt with at the discretion of the Management Committee. The maximum fine that can be imposed for this offence, in addition to any reward of the match, shall be £25. (The following Clause applies to Competitions involving players in full-time secondary education):(P) Priority must be given at all times to school and school organisations activities. Postponements under this rule will only be considered if the Club are unable to field a team as a direct result of their player’s involvement in schools activities. Clubs wishing to apply for a postponement must forward their request, in writing, to the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary 14 days prior to the date of the match together with the following details: a. b.

Proof that they players in question have been selected for a school event Evidence that loss of the players in question would prevent the club fielding a team (six players for mini soccer, seven players for 9v9 and nine players for 11v11 constitutes a team).

Any Club requesting postponement of any League organised fixture due to a Football Association or District Representative game must have a minimum of 2 players selected for the squad and no postponement will be granted for any League competition game for Clubs who have a squad of at least 11 or more registered players available after the selection of the players selected for any Football Association or District Representative game in accordance with Rule 10E. It is considered that a player shall not play in two matches on the same day in any competition. Any club found to have made a false statement under this rule will be dealt with by the Management Committee. i. ii.

The availability of children must be cleared with the Head Teachers (except for Sunday Competitions). Children under 15 shall not play in a team involving players who are more than 2 years older.

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(Note: For players under the age of 18 the provisions contained in Football Association Rules will apply). iii.

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A player, registered with the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League shall not be allowed to play in more than one Competition under the control of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League on the same day. A player, registered with the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League shall not be eligible to play in any Competition under the control of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League if he is selected to play football for his School or Schools’ FA Representative Team on the same day.

CLUB COLOURS / CLUB NAME As per League Rule 9 PLAYING SEASON / CONDITIONS OF PLAY TIMES OF KICK-OFF / POSTPONEMENTS / SUBSTITUTES 10. (A) The Annual General Meeting shall determine the commencing and concluding dates for the ensuing season which shall be in accordance with Football Association Rules. No Club shall be compelled to play after the concluding date. Original fixtures arranged by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, or at a meeting specially convened for that purpose, to be held no later than 21 days before the season commencement date, must not be arranged for a date later than seven days preceding the concluding date determined by the Annual General Meeting. Where matches need to be rearranged by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, Clubs shall whenever possible, be given a minimum of seven days’ notice, notification will be given to the Club Secretary through email alerts via FA.com/Full-time and will be published on the FA.com/Full-time website. (B) All matches shall be played in accordance with the Laws of the Game as determined by the International Football Association Board or, for Mini-Soccer, the Laws of Mini-Soccer as set down by the Football Association. Clubs must take all reasonable precautions to keep their grounds in a playable condition. All matches shall be played on pitches deemed suitable by the Management Committee. If through any fault of the home team a match has to be replayed, the Management Committee shall have power to order the venue to be changed. The Management Committee shall have power to decide whether a pitch and/or facilities are suitable for matches in the Competition and to order the Club concerned to play its fixtures on another ground. If a pitch is regularly unavailable due to conditions outside of the Club’s control, the Management Committee reserve the right to reschedule all the Club’s remaining fixtures at a neutral venue until the club can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that these issues have been resolved. The times of kick-off and the venue of the match must be notified to the opposition and any appointed Referee at least six days before the date of the actual match. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. Where-upon a charge of £20 will be imposed on the home team for failing to contact its opposition in the required time. All matches shall have a duration as set out below unless a shorter time (not less than 40 minutes for Youth football, but see also below) is mutually arranged by the two captains in consultation with the referee prior to the commencement of the match, and in any event shall be of equal halves. For Mini-Soccer – The duration of play shall be as follows: for under 7 and under 8 age groups, 15 minutes each way and for under 9 and under 10, 20 minutes each way. The maximum playing time in any one day for under 7 and under 8 age groups is 40 minutes and for under 9 and under 10 age groups is 60 minutes. For Youth football – The duration of play shall be as follows unless it is mutually agreed by all parties to reduce the time. For under 11 and under 12, 30 minutes each half; for under 13 and under 14, 35

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minutes each half and under 15 and under 16, 40 minutes each half; under 17 and under 18, 45 minutes each half. The cup competition for under 11s will be in 9v9 format and the cup competition for under 12s will be 11v11 in the current season. From 2012/13 season under 11s and under 12s cup competitions will be 11v11 format. The minimum time for any game will not be less than 20 minutes each half for players in the under 14 age group and below and 25 minutes each half for all other age groups. st

No player under the age of 17 as at midnight on 31 August in any season shall be permitted to play more than one game per day in this Competition. The times of kick-off shall be fixed at the AGM or by the Management Committee. Games will be permitted to take place either in the morning or afternoon at weekends and, in the case of midweek matches, in the early evening. Any club failing to notify the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary (where appropriate), it’s opposition, nominated match official and Referees Appointment Secretary of a change of kick-off time to the time showing on The FA Full-time League webpage or failing to commence the match at the appointed kick-off time as shown on The FA Full-time League webpage shall be fined a sum of £20 and be otherwise dealt with as the Management Committee may determine. Any changes to the shown kick-off time can be made by contacting the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, its opposition, nominated match official and Referees Appointment Secretary 6 days before the date of the match being played. Only exception to this shall be an unfit pitch. Each Team playing in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League will advise the Management Committee of their normal kick-off time prior to the commencement of the season. If Teams wish to change this kick-off time for a particular match they must seek sanction from the Cups Secretary. Failure to seek such permission will result in a fine of £5. The times of kick-off must be notified to the opposition and any appointed Referee at least six days before the date of the actual match. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. In this event the away team are required to inform the League Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary of lack of contact from the home team. Referees must order matches to commence at the appointed time and must report all late starts to the Competition. The home team must provide at least two League sanctioned footballs fit for play and the referee shall make a report to the Competition if the footballs are unsuitable. The recommended size of football to be used shall be: For Mini-Soccer, size 3 for players in the under 7 and 8 age categories; size 4 for under 9’s and 10’s. For youth football – size 4 for those playing under 11, 12, 13 and 14 age groups; size 5 for all other age groups. Goal nets must be used. The use of 3G playing surfaces (i.e. Rubber Crumb) may be used for competitive games at U9 and U10 but must comply with The Laws of Mini Soccer as laid down by The FA. In addition to these rules, there must be ample run off areas around the pitch (no solid walls). All such pitches wishing to be used must be inspected and approved for use by a minimum of 2 Management Committee members. The use of floodlights will also be allowed on agreement with a team’s opponents. The result of any game played on Astro Turf (i.e. Sand Based Surfaced) or a pitch not approved by the Management Committee will NOT be recognized and the game will have to be rescheduled by the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary. (C) Except by permission of the Management Committee (through the Cups Secretary or, in his absence, the General Secretary) all matches must be played on the dates originally fixed by the Cups Fixtures Secretaries but priority shall be given to The Football Association and all relevant County Association

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Cup Competitions. All other matches or non-football related activities must be considered secondary. Clubs may mutually agree to bring forward a match with the consent of the Cups Fixtures Secretaries. Where permission is sought to postpone a game, permission will only be deemed to have been given where the Clubs involved have been issued in writing by the Cups Fixture Secretary, or in his absence the General Secretary, a letter or email stating that: “Permission is hereby granted for the match between Club A and Club B at Under X scheduled for Date to be postponed and no charge will be raised under Rule 10F.” (D) The Secretary (or official representative) of the home Club must give notice by whichever means possible of full particulars of the location of, and access to, the ground and time of kick-off to the appointed Referee and the Secretary (or official representative) of the opposing Club six days prior to the playing of the match. The location of the ground and kick-off time will be deemed to be as specified in the League’s current Handbook or as it appears on the FA/Full-time League webpage. In the event of no notification being received four days prior to the match from the home team, the away team (Secretary or Official Representative) must by whatever means possible endeavour to contact the home team to seek clarification of fixture details. In this event the away team are required to inform the League Fixtures Secretaries of lack of contact from the home team. Any Club failing to comply with this Rule, thereby causing the fixture to be postponed on the day, shall be liable to a fine of £20, shall forfeit three points to its opponents, be liable to pay legitimate expenses claimed by its opponents and be liable for the appointed referee’s full fee and expenses. (E) Every Club shall play its best available qualified team or teams in all matches in the Competition. In the event of a Club playing in any match with less than eleven players they may be fined £1 for each missing player (six players for mini soccer, seven players for 9v9 and nine players for 11v11 constitutes a team). (F) All scheduled matches shall be played on the appointed date and (if specified and communicated by the Cups Secretary) at an appointed time and venue. In the event of a Club postponing a game or failing to keeps its engagement without the permission of the Cups Secretary, the Management Committee will inflict a fine of £10, award the match to the opponents, order the defaulting Club to pay any expenses incurred by the opponents or otherwise deal with them as they see fit. Any team failing to fulfill their scheduled cup fixture, excluding postponements, will be excluded from future cup competitions for the next season. All quarter-final and semi-final matches to be played on a venue as decided by the Cups Secretary and/or Management Committee on an appointed date as specified by the Cups Secretary, subject to the availability of a suitable venue. The only exception to this shall be an unfit pitch. In the event of a Club postponing a match without permission of the Fixtures Secretary or otherwise failing to keep its engagement the Management Committee shall have power to inflict a fine, deduct points from the defaulting Club, award the points to the opponents, order the defaulting Club to pay any expenses incurred by the opponents and match officials or otherwise deal with them except the award of goals. Any Club, responsible for postponing a game without the permission of the Fixtures Secretaries or Cups Secretary, thereby causing the match to be awarded a Walkover shall be fined £20 and will forfeit 3 points to their opponents and be deducted 1 point from their standing and maybe also liable to a claim for compensation from their opponents for any costs incurred. Insufficient registered players, illness or injuries to the players shall not be accepted as satisfactory reason for postponing matches except in exceptional circumstances and agreed by the Fixtures Secretaries. No postponements shall be granted for half-term holidays unless both teams mutually agree an alternate date for the fixture to be played on and with the permission of the Fixtures Secretaries. Pitch fees and Referees costs shall be split equally between both teams.

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Opponents must lodge a written claim for such compensation with the League within three days of the date of the match, accompanied by proof of expenditure. This also applies to the Referee if he attended the ground. Notwithstanding the foregoing provision, the Management Committee shall have power to order a match to be played on a neutral ground or on the opponent's ground if they are satisfied that such action is warranted by the circumstances. Notice of postponement of any match must be given without delay by the postponing Club (or notice of a Club being unable to fulfil any match must be given 24 hours prior to the match by the Club) to the Fixtures Secretaries, , the Competition Referees Appointments Secretary, the Secretary of the opposing Club and the match officials. Any Club failing to comply shall be liable to a fine of £20, shall forfeit three points to its opponents and be liable to pay the legitimate expenses incurred by its opponents and by the match official(s). It is the postponing Club’s sole responsibility to communicate with all parties as soon as possible, notifying the Fixtures Secretaries or any other member of the League Management committee does not relieve the postponing club of that responsibility. Postponement of a match by any Club shall be confirmed in writing to the Fixtures Secretaries within three days of the date of postponement. Any Club failing to comply shall be dealt with by the Management Committee who may inflict any penalty it may deem suitable. Fixtures Secretaries In the event of a match not being played or abandoned owing to causes over which neither Club has control, it shall be played in its entirety on a date to be mutually agreed by the two Clubs and approved by the Fixtures Secretaries. Failing such agreement and notification to the Fixtures Secretaries within three days the Fixtures Secretaries shall have power to order the match to be played on a named date or on or before a given date. The Management Committee shall review all abandoned matches and in a case where it is to the advantage of the Competition and does no injustice to either Club, shall be empowered to order the score at the time of the abandonment to stand. In all cases where the Management Committee is satisfied that a match was abandoned owing to the conduct of one team or its Club member(s) they shall be empowered to take what action they may deem necessary. In cases where a match is abandoned owing to the conduct of both teams or their Club members, the Management Committee shall take such action, as they consider appropriate. Such action is subject to any disciplinary action taken by the appropriate Affiliated Association. (G) A Club may at its discretion and in accordance with the Laws of the Game use five substitute players in any match in this Competition who may be selected from five players. Any club found to be using more than five substitutes then those substitutes used will be deemed as being ineligible and the Club charged accordingly. For Mini-Soccer – any number of substitutions may be used at any time with the permission of the Referee. Entry onto the field of play will only be allowed during a stoppage in play. A player who has been replaced may return to the play as a substitute for another player. A Team must not have a squad greater than double the size of its team in an age group. For Youth Football – for teams in the under 16 age group and below, a player who has been substituted himself becomes a substitute and may replace another player at any time subject to the substitution being carried out in accordance with Law 3 of the Laws of Association Football. The Referee shall be informed of the names of the substitutes not later than five minutes before the start of the match. A player who has been selected, appointed or named as a substitute before the start of the match but does not actually play in the game and is not included on the list of players representing a Club returned to the Registration Secretaries in accordance with Rule 11(A) shall not be considered to have been a player in that game within the meaning of Rule 8 of this Competition. (H) The half time interval shall be of ten minutes duration, but it shall not exceed fifteen minutes. The half time interval may only be altered with the consent of the Referee.

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(I) The League shall require all players and club officials to have signed the FA’s Respect Codes of Conduct and produce these if so requested by the League management committee. Prior to each match the participating teams and officials shall conduct the ‘Respect’ handshakes to the opposing team before and after the match. The participating clubs taking part in the fixture shall identify a team captain designated with a captain’s armband who has a responsibility to offer support in the management of the on-field discipline of his/her team mates. If the participating players are considered to be too young to take on this role a member of the team coaching staff should provide this support. Each home club shall make arrangements for the provision of designated areas for spectators and technical area’s for Officials and substitutes. This area can be marked by an additional painted line, the use of cones, a roped off area or use of a temporary spectator barrier. The area for spectators should start two metres from the touchline on both sides of the pitch. Each area should run the full length of the pitch. It is recognised, however, that the alignment of some public pitches does not allow for this arrangement in which case other appropriate arrangements should be made. REPORTING RESULTS As per League Rule 11 DETERMINING WINNERS 12. (A) The Competition shall be run on a straight knock-out basis. The team first drawn shall have choice of ground except when specified by the Cups Secretary, which (if so specified) shall be played on a ground to be decided by the Management Committee and the competing clubs shall bear their own travelling expenses (if any). Any gate money and money from program sales for this match, after all expenses have been deducted, shall accrue to the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. (B) Any match resulting in a draw after normal time will result in 20 minutes extra time being played in two equal periods of 10 minutes in the case of Youth Football and 10 minutes of extra time in two equal periods of 5 minutes in the case of Mini-Soccer. In the event of a game being drawn at the expiration of extra time, the winners will be determined by the taking of kicks from the penalty mark in accordance with the International Board Decision contained in the Laws of Association Football. (See also the section headed ‘Penalty Kicks as a Match Decider’). REFEREES As per League Rule 13 CONTINUATION OF MEMBERSHIP OR WITHDRAWAL OF A CLUB As per League Rule 14 PROTESTS AND APPEALS As per League Rule 15 BOARD OF APPEAL As per League Rule 16 EXCLUSION OF CLUBS, TEAMS, OFFICIALS, PLAYERS AND SPECTATORS As per League Rule 17

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TROPHY: - LEGAL OWNERS / CONDITIONS OF TAKING OVER / AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED / AWARDS As per League Rule 18 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS As per League Rule 19 ALTERATION TO RULES As per League Rule 20 RULES BINDING ON CLUBS As per League Rule 21 FINANCE As per League Rule 22

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RULES OF THE NORTH WILTS & DISTRICT YOUTH & MINORS FOOTBALL LEAGUE SUBSIDIARY CUP COMPETITIONS NOMENCLATURE AND CONSTITUTION 1.

This Competition shall be designated the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League Subsidiary Cup Competition and known as the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League Subsidiary Cup Competition and shall be open to teams competing at a specified age group in the Youth & Minor Divisions of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. The specified age group or age groups to be decided each season by the Management Committee of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. The purpose of this competition is to supplement games for teams where there are a limited number of league fixtures at a particular age group or where the season is scheduled to finish early. All such Member Clubs must be affiliated to an affiliated County Football Association and their names and particulars shall be returned annually by the appointed date on the Form “D” to the Wiltshire County Football Association. The area covered by the Competition Membership shall be those Clubs who have grounds or headquarters situated within a radius of 50 miles from the Town Hall, Swindon. This Competition shall apply annually for sanction to the Wiltshire County Football Association. The competition will provide 11-a-side football for players who have attained the age of 10 as at st midnight 31 August in a playing season and Mini-Soccer for players who have attained the age of 6 st years but not the age of 10 years as at midnight on 31 August in a playing season. Other formats of youth football as authorised from time to time by the FA are also permitted. Teams entering do so on the understanding that matches, without exception, can be played on any day of the week. This Competition and its Clubs shall support the FA’s Respect programme. As such it recognises that everyone in football has a collective responsibility to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place. A Respect League values the courtesy and fairness by opposing players, club officials and spectators. The League and its Clubs will seek to play fixtures in a fair, competitive but not antagonistic environment. Teams are only being permitted to enter the cup competition for their own respective age group.

ENTRY FEE 2.

There will be no entry fee to this Competition.

OFFICERS As per League Cup Rule 3 MANAGEMENT / NOMINATION / ELECTION As per League Cup Rule 4 POWERS OF MANAGEMENT As per League Cup Rule 5 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING As per League Cup Rule 6

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AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED 7.

The Chairman and the Secretary of each Club shall complete and sign the following agreement which shall be deposited with the Competition together with the Application for Membership for the coming season, or upon indicating that the Club intends to compete. "We, A, ___________________of ________________________ (Chairman) and B ________________________of_________________________(Secretary) of the _________________________________Football Club have been provided with a copy of the Rules and Regulations of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minor Football League Subsidiary Cup Competition and do hereby agree for and on behalf of the said Club, if elected or accepted into Membership, to conform to those Rules and Regulations and to accept, abide by and implement the decisions of the Management Committee of the Competition, subject to the right of appeal in accordance with Rule 16.� Any alteration of the Chairman and/or Secretary on the above Agreement must be notified to the relevant County Football Association to which the Club is affiliated and to the Secretary of the Competition. (Note: The spaces above are intended for the inclusion of the signatures and addresses of officers and members).

QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS As per League Cup Rule 8 CLUB COLOURS / CLUB NAME As per League Cup Rule 9 PLAYING SEASON / CONDITIONS OF PLAY / TIMES OF KICK-OFF / POSTPONEMENTS / SUBSTITUTES As per League Cup Rule 10 REPORTING RESULTS As per League Cup Rule 11 DETERMINING WINNERS 12. (A) The Competition shall be run either on a straight knock-out basis or with a series of mini-leagues in the early stages of the competition followed by a knock-out stage. The decision as to the format of the competition will be at the sole discretion of the Management Committee having due regard to the status of actual league fixtures. Where mini-leagues are operated, team rankings within the competition will be decided by points with three points to be awarded for a win and one point for a drawn match. The number of teams qualifying for any subsequent knock-out stage will be decided at the sole discretion of the Management Committee prior to the commencement of the Competition. The Management Committee must set out the precise rules to apply and circulate to all participating clubs before any games are played. In the knock-out stages the team first drawn shall have choice of ground except when specified by the Cups Secretary, which (if so specified) shall be played on a ground to be decided by the Management Committee and the competing clubs shall bear their own traveling expenses (if any). Any gate money and money from program sales for this match, after all expenses have been deducted, shall accrue to the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. (B) Any match in the knock-out stages resulting in a draw after normal time will result in 20 minutes extra time being played in two equal periods of 10 minutes in the case of Youth Football and 10 minutes of extra time in two equal periods of 5 minutes in the case of Mini-Soccer. . In the event of a game being drawn at the expiration of extra time, the winners will be determined by the taking of kicks from the

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penalty mark in accordance with the International Board Decision contained in the Laws of Association Football. (See also the section headed ‘Penalty Kicks as a Match Decider’). REFEREES As per League Cup Rule 13 CONTINUATION OF MEMBERSHIP OR WITHDRAWAL OF A CLUB As per League Cup Rule 14 PROTESTS AND APPEALS As per League Cup Rule 15 BOARD OF APPEAL As per League Cup Rule 16 EXCLUSION OF CLUBS, TEAMS, OFFICIALS, PLAYERS AND SPECTATORS As per League Cup Rule 17 TROPHY: - LEGAL OWNERS / CONDITIONS OF TAKING OVER / AGREEMENT TO BE SIGNED / AWARDS 18.

(A) A Competition Cup or Trophy shall be vested in the Association sanctioning the Competition as Trustees. If a Competition be discontinued for any cause the Cup or Trophy shall be returned to the Donor, if the conditions attached to it so provide, or otherwise dealt with as the Association may decide. At the close of each Competition individual player awards may be made to the winners and runners-up, up to a maximum of 16 awards per Team. Any additional trophies can be requested but must be paid for by the Team concerned. The following agreement shall be signed on behalf of the winners of the Cup or Trophy: “We A_________________ and B______________________, the Chairman and Secretary of ________________________FC, members of and representing the Club, having been declared winners of _____________________Cup or Trophy, and it having been delivered to us by the Competition, do hereby on behalf of the Club jointly and severally agree to return the Cup or Trophy to the Competition st Secretary on or before 1 March of the following season. We acknowledge that failure to do so will th result in a fine of £20. A further fine will be imposed if the Trophy is not returned by 8 March. If the Cup or Trophy is lost or damaged whilst under our care we agree to refund to the Competition the amount of its current value or the cost of its thorough repair”. The Management Committee shall be responsible for the engraving of the trophy in accordance with the requirements of the Competition.

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS As per League Cup Rule 19 ALTERATION TO RULES As per League Cup Rule 20 RULES BINDING ON CLUBS As per League Cup Rule 21 FINANCE As per League Cup Rule 22

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THE LAWS OF MINI SOCCER The Best Introduction to the World's Greatest Game Mini-Soccer: Meeting the Needs of Children The main theme throughout Mini-Soccer is to meet the needs of children. Eleven-a-side association football does not meet those needs. We need a modified game that fits the needs of children: too often children are modified to meet the requirements of a game. Mini-Soccer modifies association football without losing the essence of the game. Mini-Soccer is the appropriate introduction to football. All available research and observation shows that children will have more fun and learn more playing a game with smaller teams and modified rules. MiniSoccer is, therefore, a game children can actually play rather than struggling to understand a game created for adults. If children are to enjoy and take part in soccer they need to: · Feel success · Take an active part in the game · Learn to play as a team · Understand the Laws · Develop soccer skills · Be able to take part whatever their ability · Develop fitness Mini-Soccer sets out to meet those needs. It is a game which has been modified from 11-a-side association football which keeps all the major features of the game, while allowing children to succeed and take part in something that is still recognisably football. Mini-Soccer recognises the fact that younger children perform better in smaller teams with simple Laws. It also sets out to give children fun. Mini-Soccer, however, is more than another version of 5-or 6-a-side football for the following reasons: 1. It recognises that children do not perform as adults and therefore its Laws, researched and piloted by The Football Association, meet the needs of children. 2. It has all the features of 'real' football to children. 3. It doesn't set unrealistic expectations. Many adults do not know what can be expected of children and so emphasise the result at the expense of performance. Mini-Soccer helps by defining the targets for children at different ages. 4. It sets a standard and a framework for behaviour on and off the pitch which has already been established by other Football Association schemes such as Fun weeks, Coaching Centres and the Soccer Star Challenge. 5. Mini-Soccer is for all youngsters regardless of their ability. It is intended for girls and boys, and young footballers with disabilities and learning difficulties. In an age when so much of children's leisure time is as organised as their study, Mini-Soccer offers something special: a game that children can organise themselves! With relatively little instruction children can play and enjoy a game which is suitable for a wide ability range and gives everyone a chance to take part. If you find this hard to believe, just set up a game with some children and WATCH! Guidance for the Laws of Mini-Soccer The Laws have been piloted and aim to be simple and as near to ‘real' football as possible. The games require only a ‘game leader' who is urged to be as flexible as possible with the youngest children. The children will need the Laws explained to them as the game proceeds (e.g. handball, in/out of play.) It will also be necessary to demonstrate in certain instances how to re-start the game (e.g. throw-ins, corner kicks.) What can children expect from Adults? Remember that children are often easily led, anxious to please and prone to over-enthusiasm, and so plenty of praise and positive reinforcement is needed especially with beginners.

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Children find it hard to understand negative instructions and easier to understand positive reinforcement and this can frequently mean playing down the result and playing up the performance. This reduces the child's anxiety and decreases their worry about failing. Remember that children do not mean to make mistakes; we should accept mistakes as a necessary part of learning. Make sure the players play by the Laws. The majority of children at these ages will not knowingly infringe the Laws of the Game. Finally, work with other adults, not against them, and by so doing reinforce positive attitudes among the children. Interference from the Touch Line Whilst the fun and friendly atmosphere created by Mini-Soccer should keep such instances to a minimum, there may be situations which arise where comments and abuse from adults, parents and Managers is made from the touch line. This could be directed at the Referee, but also at the players. What can be done? Stay calm; don't get into disagreement; report the matter to relevant club or league officials; set a positive responsible example. Referees _ Mini-Soccer Game Leaders The Referee will have an important role to play in Mini-Soccer. Carrying out their duties without favour they should look to create a playing environment which is fun for all taking part. The Referee should encourage fair play, fun, respect for others, development of skills and team work, understanding of the Laws of the Game. The Laws of the Game should be a guide for the Referee in Mini-Soccer with the spirit of the laws being more important than the letters of the law. Appreciation of the needs of the child is essential.

FOR PLAYERS (BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS OVER THE AGE OF 6 AND UNDER 10) These are the sections for the Laws of the Game as detailed below: §

Guidance for the Laws of Mini-Soccer

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The FA Laws for Mini-Soccer: Introduction

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Law 1: Playing Area

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Law 2: The Ball

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Law 3: Number of Players

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Law 4: Playing Equipment

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Law 5: Referees

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Law 6: Timekeeper/Scorer/Assistant Referee

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Law 7: Duration of the Game

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Law 8: Start and Restart of Play

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Law 9: Ball In and Out of Play

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Law 10: Method of Scoring

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Law 11: Offside

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Law 12: Fouls and Misconduct

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Law 13: Free Kicks

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Law 14: Penalty Kicks

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Law 15: Throw-in

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Law 16: Goal Kick

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The FA Laws for Mini-Soccer: Introduction For both boys and girls over the age of six and under the age of ten [Updated by The FA Council on 15th May 2008] Please note: Where Leagues operate Under 11 Mini-Soccer events, they must follow these Laws Please remember: Under 7's or Under 8's are not permitted to play in leagues where results are collected or published or winner trophies are presented, this is deemed to be detrimental to the development of the player and the game and will not be sanctioned. Except where other provisions, in these Laws, are made, the Laws of Association Football apply. Each Law is numbered to correspond with the appropriate Law of the Game. These Laws are mandatory unless special permission is granted by The Football Association. Law 1: Playing Area WARNING: Please ensure that The FA Goalpost safety guidelines are observed. Size of Pitch Under 7s-8s · · · ·

Minimum width: 18.30m (20 yards) Maximum width: 27.45m (30 yards) Minimum length: 27.45m (30 yards) Maximum length: 45.75m (50 yards)

Under 9s-10s · · · ·

Minimum width: 27.45m (30 yards) Maximum width: 36.60m (40 yards) Minimum length: 45.75m (50 yards) Maximum length: 54.90m (60 yards)

Other pitch dimensions · · · ·

Penalty Area: Length 9.15m (10 yards); Width 16.47m (18 yards) Penalty Mark: 7.32m (8 yards) from the Goal Line opposite the Centre of the Goal. Halfway Line: The field of play is divided into two halves by a halfway line. The centre mark is indicated at the mid-point of the halfway line. Goal Size: The distance between the posts is 3.6m (12 feet) and the distance between the lower edge of the cross bar and the ground is 1.88m (6 feet).

Law 2: The Ball · ·

The ball should be size 4 for U9/U10, or Size 3 for Under 8's. It should be safe and made of leather or another suitable material.

Law 3: Number of Players · ·

Under 7s-8s: 4v4, 5v5, 6v6 or 7v7 Under 9s-10s: 6v6 or 7v7

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Where the appropriate facilities are available, the FA would encourage leagues and competitions to use the smaller number of players at the youngest age group. Players must play with and against players only from their own age range, as per Football Association and Competition rules. Players should not be allowed to begin to play until the Season of the 7th birthday. Each team must not have a squad greater than double the size of the team per age. Any number of substitutes, without being named, may be used at any time with the permission of the referee or game leader. Entry into the field of play will only be allowed during a stoppage in play. A player who has been replaced may return to the playing area as a substitute for another player. Law 4: Playing Equipment · ·

Players must wear shin guards and goalkeepers must wear a distinguishing playing strip. Shin guards must be covered entirely by the stockings.

Law 5: Referees The Authority of the Referee Each match is controlled by a referee who has full authority to enforce the Laws of the Game in connection with the match to which they have been appointed. Powers and Duties The Referee: · · · · · · · · ·

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Enforces the Laws of the Game Controls the match in co-operation with the assistant referees/time keeper Ensures that the ball meets the requirements of Law 2 Ensures that the players' equipment meets the requirements of Law 4 Stops, suspends or terminates the match, at their discretion, for any infringements of the Laws Stops, suspends or terminates the match because of outside interference of any kind Stops the match if, in their opinion, a player is seriously injured and ensures that they are removed from the field of play Ensures that any player bleeding from a wound leaves the field of play Allows play to continue when the team against which an offence has been committed will benefit from such an advantage and penalises the original offence if the anticipated advantage does not ensue at that time Takes disciplinary action against players guilty of cautionable and/or sending-off offences Takes action against team officials who fail to conduct themselves in a responsible manner and may, at their discretion, expel them from the field of play and its immediate surrounds Ensures that no unauthorised persons enter the field of play Restarts the match after it has been stopped

Decisions of the Referee · ·

The decisions of the referee regarding facts connected with play are final. The referee may only change a decision on realising that it is incorrect or, at his/her discretion provided that play has not restarted.

Law 6: Timekeeper/Scorer/Assistant Referee Duties A person may be nominated to assist the referee to: ·

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Act as timekeeper and signify to the referee by an agreed signal when the time of each half has expired Suspend time on an instruction from the referee for all stoppages and add that time to the end of each half Supervise the use of rolling substitutes Carry out any other duties as prescribed by the referee If an independent timekeeper/scorer is not nominated, these duties are the responsibility of the referee

Law 7: Duration of the Game In any one day, no player shall play more than the stipulated period given below: The duration of play shall be as follows: for under 7 and under 8 age groups, 15 minutes each way and for under 9 and under 10, 20 minutes each way. The maximum playing time in any one day for under 7 and under 8 age groups is 45 minutes and for under 9 and under 10 age groups is 60 minutes.

Each league/competition will determine its own playing time within the maximum time permitted. The half time interval must not exceed 5 minutes. [Please refer to Standard Code of Rules for Youth Leagues] Law 8: Start and Restart of Play Procedure A kick-off is taken at the centre of the playing area to start the game and after a goal has been scored, opponents must be 4.5m (5 yards) away from the ball, and in their own half of the field. The ball must be played forward. In Mini Soccer a goal cannot be scored directly from a start or restart of play Special Circumstances A dropped ball to restart the match after play has been temporarily stopped inside the penalty area takes place on the penalty area line parallel to the goal line at that point nearest to where the ball was located when the play stopped. Law 9: Ball In and Out of Play The ball is out of play when: · ·

It has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air Play has been stopped by the referee

The ball is in play at all other times, including when: · ·

It rebounds from a goal or post, crossbar or corner flag post and remains in the field of play It rebounds from either the referee or an assistant referee when they are on the field of play

Law 10: Method of Scoring Goal Scored A goal is scored when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, between the goalposts and under the crossbar, provided that no infringement of the Laws of the Game has been committed previously by the team scoring the goal. Winning Team The team scoring the greater number of goals during a match is the winner. If both teams score an equal number of goals, or if no goals are scored, the match is drawn. Competition Rules For matches ending in a draw, competition rules may state provisions involving extra time, or other procedures approved by the International FA Board to determine the winner of a match.

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Please note this must be included within the maximum participation time. Law 11: Offside There is no offside. Law 12: Fouls and Misconduct In Mini-Soccer all free kicks are direct. A free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a player commits any of the following offences in a manner considered to be careless, reckless or using excessive force: · · · · · ·

Kicks or attempts to kick an opponent Trips or attempts to trip an opponent Jumps at an opponent Charges an opponent Strikes or attempts to strike an opponent Pushes an opponent

A free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a player commits any of the following offences: · · · · · · · ·

Tackles an opponent to gain possession of the ball, making contact with the opponent before touching the ball Holds an opponent Spits at an opponent Handles the ball deliberately (except for the goalkeeper within his/her own penalty area) Plays in a dangerous manner Impedes the progress of an opponent Prevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his/her hands Commits any other offence, not previously mentioned in Law 12, for which play is stopped to caution or dismiss a player

Penalty Kick A penalty kick is awarded if any of the above offences is committed by a player inside his/her own penalty area, irrespective of the position of the ball, provided it is in play. A free kick is awarded to the opposing team if the goalkeeper: · · · ·

Takes more than 6 seconds to release the ball from his/her hands Touches the ball again with his/her hands after it has been released from his/her possession and has not touched any other player Touches the ball with his/her hands after it has been deliberately kicked to him/her by a team mate Touches the ball with his/her hands after he/she has received it directly from a throw in taken by a team mate

For all these offences, the free kick should be taken from the penalty area line, parallel with the goal line, at the nearest point to the offence. Cautionable Offences A player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if he/she commits any of the following seven offences: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Is guilty of unsporting behavior Shows dissent by word or action Persistently infringes the Laws of the Game Delays the restart of play Fails to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick or free kick Enters or re-enters the field of play without the referee's permission Deliberately leaves the field of play without the referee's permission

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Sending Off Offences A player is sent off and shown the red card if he/she commits any of the following seven offences: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Is guilty of serious foul play Is guilty of violent conduct Spits at an opponent or any other person Denies the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal scoring opportunity, by deliberately handling the ball (this does not apply to a goalkeeper within his/her own penalty area) Denies an obvious goal scoring opportunity to an opponent moving towards the player's goal by an offence punishable by a free kick or penalty kick Uses offensive or insulting or abusive language and/or gestures Receives a second caution in the same match

Law 13: Free Kicks For all free kicks opponents must be 4.5m (5 yards) from the ball Law 14: Penalty Kicks A penalty kick is awarded for offences, as described in Law 12 Position of the Ball and the Players All players except the defending goalkeeper and kicker must be outside the penalty area and at least 4.5m (5 yards) from the penalty mark. The ball must be kicked forward. Infringement/Sanctions If a player or players commit an offence at the taking of a penalty kick his/her team shall not be allowed to gain an advantage (i.e. the kick is retaken or the goal is disallowed depending on which team offended) If a player of both the defending and the attacking teams offend, the kick shall be retaken. Law 15: Throw-in A goal cannot be scored directly from a throw-in. A throw-in is awarded: · · ·

When the whole of the ball passes over the touch line, either on the ground or in the air From the point where it crossed the touch line To the opponents of the player who last touched the ball

Procedure At the moment of delivering the ball, the thrower: · ·

Faces the field of play Has part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line

Throw-in

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Uses both hands Delivers the ball from behind and over their head The throw-in is awarded to the opposing team, if any of these requirements are not carried out

The thrower may not touch the ball again until it has touched another player. If he/she does, a free kick will be awarded against them. The ball is in play immediately when it enters the field of play.

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Law 16: Goal Kick Procedure A player of the defending team kicks the ball from any point within the penalty area. Opponents must remain outside the penalty area and at least 4.5m (5 yards) from where the kick is taken until the ball is in play. Law 17: Corner Kicks The opposing players must remain at least 4.5m (5yards) from the ball until it is in play. The kicker may not touch the ball again until it has touched another player. If he/she does, a free kick is awarded against them. The ball is in play immediately when it enters the field of play.

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THE FA’s SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN POLICY Every child or young person, defined as any person under the age of 18, who plays or participates in football should be able to take part in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse. This is the responsibility of every adult involved in football, thus every club is required to endorse and adhere to The Association’s Safeguarding Children policy. The FA recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. The FA is committed to working to provide a safe environment for all children and young people to participate in the sport to the best of their abilities for as long as they choose to do so. The Safeguarding Children Policy is supported by The FA’s Respect programme to address verbal abuse and bullying of youngsters by parents and coaches on the sidelines. The Association’s Safeguarding Children policy principles are that: •

the child’s welfare is, and must always be, the paramount consideration

all children and young people have a right to be protected from abuse regardless of their age, gender, disability, culture, language, racial origin, faith or sexual orientation all suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately

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working in partnership with other organisations, children and young people and their parents and carers is essential.

The FA is committed to working in partnership with the Police, Children’s Services Departments, and Local Safeguarding Children’s Boards (LSCB) in accordance with their procedures. This is essential to enable these organisations to carry out their statutory duties to investigate concerns and protect all children and young people. The Association’s Safeguarding Children Policy is in response to government legislation and guidance, developed to safeguard the welfare and development of children and young people.

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RESPECT Respect is The FA’s response to a clear message from throughout the game that the health of football depends upon high standards of behaviour on and off the pitch. •

Respect is a behavioural code for Football

Respect is about recognising that the integrity of the game is more important than the result of the match

Respect is about creating an understanding of what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in Football

Respect is about those involved taking responsibility for the consequences of their own actions

Respect is about supporting match officials to do their job. Without them we don’t have a game

Respect is not a slogan. It is a collective responsibility of those involved in football to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place.

The following Respect Codes of Conduct outline the types of behaviour that will support a fair, safe and enjoyable game this country. They also identify a range of sanctions which may be taken if these codes are not abided by.

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YOUNG PLAYERS We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. As a player, you have a big part to play. That’s why The FA is asking every player to follow a Respect Code of Conduct. When playing football, I will: •

Always play to the best of my ability

Play fairly – I won’t cheat, complain or waste time

Respect my team-mates, the other team, the referee or my coach/manager

Play by the rules, as directed by the referee

Shake hands with the other team and referee at the end of the game

Listen and respond to what my coach/team manager tells me

Talk to someone I trust or the club welfare officer if I’m unhappy about anything at my club.

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may: •

Be required to apologise to my team-mates, the other team, referee or team manager

Receive a formal warning from the coach or the club committee

Be dropped or substituted

Be suspended from training

Be required to leave the club.

In addition: •

My club, County FA or The FA may make my parent or carer aware of any infringements of the Code of Conduct

The FA/County FA could impose a fine and suspension against my club.

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SPECTATORS AND PARENTS/CARERS We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. This club is supporting The FA’s Respect programme to ensure football can be enjoyed in a safe, positive environment. Remember children’s football is a time for them to develop their technical, physical, tactical and social skills. Winning isn’t everything. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for spectators and parents/carers at all times. I will: •

Remember that children play for FUN

Applaud effort and good play as well as success

Always respect the match officials’ decisions

Remain outside the field of play and within the Designated Spectators’ Area (where provided)

Let the coach do their job and not confuse the players by telling them what to do

Encourage the players to respect the opposition, referee and match officials

Avoid criticising a player for making a mistake – mistakes are part of learning

Never engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting, or abusive language or behaviour.

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may be: •

Issued with a verbal warning from a club or league official

Required to meet with the club, league or CFA Welfare Officer

Required to meet with the club committee

Obliged to undertake an FA education course

Obliged to leave the match venue by the club

Requested by the club not to attend future games

Suspended or have my club membership removed

Required to leave the club along with any dependents.

In addition: •

The FA/County FA could impose a fine and/or suspension on the club.

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MATCH OFFICIALS We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. The behaviour of the match officials has an impact, directly and indirectly, on the conduct of everyone involved in the game – both on the pitch and on the sidelines. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct of match officials at all times. I will: •

Be honest and completely impartial at all times

Apply the Laws of the Game and competition rules fairly and consistently

Manage the game in a positive, calm and confident manner

Deal with all instances of violence, aggression, unsporting behaviour, foul play and other misconduct

Never tolerate offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour from players and officials

Support my match official colleagues at all times

Set a positive personal example by promoting good behaviour and showing respect to everyone involved in the game

Communicate with the players and encourage fair play

Respond in a clear, calm and confident manner to any appropriate request for clarification by the team captains

Prepare physically and mentally for every match

Complete and submit, accurate and concise reports within the time limit required for games in which I officiate.

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my County FA or The FA: I may be: •

Required to meet with The FA/County FA Refereeing Official

Required to meet with The FA/County FA Refereeing Committee

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COACHES, TEAM MANAGERS AND CLUB OFFICIALS We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. In the FA’s survey of 37,000 grassroots participants, behaviour was the biggest concern in the game. This included the abuse of match officials and the unacceptable behaviour of over-competitive parents, spectators and coaches on the sideline. Play your part and observe The Football Association’s Respect Code of Conduct in everything you do. On and off the field, I will: •

Show respect to others involved in the game including match officials, opposition players, coaches, managers, officials and spectators

Adhere to the laws and spirit of the game

Promote Fair Play and high standards of behaviour

Always respect the match official’s decision

Never enter the field of play without the referee’s permission

Never engage in public criticism of the match officials

Never engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour

When working with players, I will: •

Place the well-being, safety and enjoyment of each player above everything, including winning

Explain exactly what I expect of players and what they can expect from me

Ensure all parents/carers of all players under the age of 18 understand these expectations

Never engage in or tolerate any form of bullying

Develop mutual trust and respect with every player to build their self-esteem

Encourage each player to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance

Ensure all activities I organise are appropriate for the players’ ability level, age and maturity

Co-operate fully with others in football (e.g. officials, doctors, physiotherapists, welfare officers) for each player’s best interests.

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may be: •

Required to meet with the club, league or County Welfare Officer

Required to meet with the club committee

Monitored by another club coach

Required to attend an FA education course

Suspended by the club from attending matches

Suspended or fined by the County FA

Required to leave or be sacked by the club.

In addition: •

My FACA (FA Coaches Association) membership may be withdrawn.

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ADULT PLAYERS We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. Players tell us they want a referee for every match, yet 7,000 match officials drop out each season because of the abuse and intimidation they receive on and off the pitch. Respect your referee today and you may just get one for every match this season. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for players at all times. On and off the field, I will: •

Adhere to the Laws of The Game

Display and promote high standards of behaviour

Promote Fair Play

Always respect the match officials’ decisions

Never engage in public criticism of the match officials

Never engage in offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour

Never engage in bullying, intimidation or harassment

Speak to my team-mates, the opposition and my coach/manager with respect

Remember we all make mistakes

Win or lose with dignity. Shake hands with the opposing team and the referee at the end of every game.

I understand that if I do not follow the Code, any/all of the following actions may be taken by my club, County FA or The FA: I may: •

Be required to apologise to team-mates, the other team, referee or team manager

Receive a warning from the coach

Receive a written warning from the club committee

Be required to attend an FA education course

Be dropped or substituted

Be suspended from training

Not be selected for the team

Be required to serve a suspension

Be fined

Be required to leave the club.

In addition: •

The FA/County FA could impose a fine and/or suspension on the club.

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RESPECT PROGRAMME Designated Spectators Area & Coaches Technical Area: a guide One of the key elements of Respect in the North Wilts Youth & Minor League is the mandatory use of designated areas for spectators (DSA) and technical areas (DTA) for the Managers, Coaches and Substitutes. The Designated Spectators' Area (barrier) is to be marked on one side of the pitch - it is recommended that spectators and parents/carers from both sides stand behind this barrier on one side of one full length of the pitch. The Designated Technical Area is to be on the opposite side of the pitch to that of the DSA, both areas must be completely separate from one another and must not conflict. The DTA can be a coned or marked out area, similar to dugouts, or each team can assume and agree on one half of the pitch area for this purpose. The DTA is for the use of Managers, Coaches and Substitutes ONLY no Spectators are permitted in this area through-out the duration of the match, unless invited to do so by the Team Manager only in exceptional circumstances (i.e. injury to a player etc.). Managers, Coaches and Substitutes must observe the DTA at all times and must NOT encroach on the DTA of his opposition; failure to adhere to this will result in charges being brought against the offending club. Entering your ŽƉƉŽƐŝƚŝŽŶ͛Ɛ DTA or attempting to coach from that area is not permitted at any time through-out the duration of the match. This allows the coaches of both teams to stand on the other side of the pitch in the Technical Area, meaning players get instructions from just one side of the pitch. The North Wilts Youth & Minor League have made mandatory the use of the technical area for both home and away teams. You may prefer an alternative form of marking a Designated Spectators' Area, but you must ensure this is safe for both the spectators and the players. The NW&DFL strongly recommends you obtain formal agreement from the facility/pitch provider about which method of marking is most suitable for the pitch, before beginning any work or buying any new equipment. The safety of the players, officials and spectators is paramount. The size of the area around home pitches will dictate whether you are able to use: x x x

Poles with rope Cones Spray paint to mark the designated spectator areas

The spectators' area should start two metres from the touchline on one side of the pitch. Each area should run the full length of the pitch. This means no-one should be watching from behind the goals. There is no requirement to mark out the technical area on the opposite side of the pitch. Where there is not enough room, you must speak to the opposing club and agree what distance from the touchline is realistic to ensure marked areas are safe for spectators. Both the poles and rope must be removed in the interests of safety after each game unless they are to be used for subsequent matches that day. Where cones are being used club officials should ensure these are still in place at the start of any subsequent games to be played on the same pitch. Where spray paint is used, club officials must check the lines have not faded between games. The Club Liaison Secretary will be constantly monitoring the use of both DSA & DTA though-out the season and will be corresponding with those clubs who fail to observe this Respect and League Rule. 86


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Young Players We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. As a player, you have a big part to play. That’s why The FA is asking every player to follow a Respect Code of Conduct. When playing football, I will:

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Spectators and parents/carers We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game This club is supporting The FA’s Respect programme to ensure football can be enjoyed in a safe, positive environment. Remember children’s football is a time for them to develop their technical, physical, tactical and social skills. Winning isn’t everything.  FbWooekhfWhjWdZeXi[hl[J^[<7Êi  Respect Code of Conduct for spectators and parents/carers at all times

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Coaches, Team Managers and Club Officials We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game.

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TAKING OF PHOTOS The Common Sense Approach There has been much talk about whether it’s safe to take pictures of under 18s playing sport. The FA would like to assure parents, carers, coaches, spectators, players and local media that we encourage the taking of appropriate images of children in football. With regards to the potential risks The FA has developed this guidance to help avoid the following: · ·

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The inappropriate use, adaptation or copying of images for use on child abuse websites on the internet (often referred to as pornography sites); The identification of children when a photograph is accompanied by significant personal information that will assist a third party in identifying the child. This can lead, and has led, to children being ‘groomed’; and The identification and locating of children in inappropriate circumstances which include: (i) where a child has been removed from his/her family for their own safety; (ii) where restrictions on contact with one parent following a parental separation exist e.g. in domestic violence cases; (iii) in situations where a child may be a witness in criminal proceedings; or (iv) other safeguarding children concerns.

The majority of images taken are appropriate and taken in good faith. If we take the following simple measures we can help to ensure the safety of children in football. Common sense considerations to ensure everyone’s safety 1. share The FA’s guidance on taking images with all parents, carers and members when they join the club; 2. ensure the club has parental consent to use a player’s image if it is to be used in the public domain e.g. club website or newspaper article. This is essential in relation to point 3 below; 3. ensure that any child in your club who is under care proceedings is protected by ensuring that their image is not placed in the public domain. This can be done by using an Annual Consent Form, so that parents/carers can identify whether this applies to children in their care; 4. focus on the activity rather than the individual; 5. ensure all those featured are appropriately dressed (a minimum of vest or shirt and shorts); 6. aim to take pictures which represent the broad range of youngsters participating safely in football e.g. boys and girls, disabled people, ethnic minority communities; and 7. report any instances of inappropriate images in football to The FA Case Manager or the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF). Contact details can be found on the following page. Don’t 8. publish photographs with the full name(s) of the individual(s) featured unless you have written consent to do so and you have informed the parents as to how the image will be used; 9. use player profiles with pictures and detailed personal information on websites; 10. use an image for something other than that which it was initially agreed, e.g. published in local press when initially produced for a clubhouse commemorative picture; and 11. allow images to be recorded in changing rooms, showers or toilets - this includes the use of mobile phones that record images.

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Remember - It’s not an offence to take appropriate photographs in a public place even if asked not to do so; No one has the right to decide who can and cannot take images on public land; If you have serious concerns about a possible safeguarding children issue relating to the recording of images then call the Police. This action should only be taken where you believe that someone may be acting unlawfully or putting a child at risk; - The land or facility owner can decide whether or not photography and/or videoing at football activities will be permitted when carried out on private land. However, you will need to make this known before allowing individuals access to the private property; - Try not to use images that include individuals wearing jewellery (as wearing jewellery whilst playing is contrary to the Laws of the Game as well as being a health and safety issue). Commissioning professional photographers and the local media If you are commissioning professional photographers or inviting the press to cover a football activity, ensure you and they are clear about each other’s expectations. Remember the key is to plan ahead and communicate early on. - Provide a clear brief about what is considered appropriate in terms of content and behaviour; - Inform them of your club’s commitment to safeguarding children and young people. Establish who will hold the recorded images and what they intend to do with them, e.g. place on a website for sale, distribute thumb nails to the club to co-ordinate sales; - Issue the professional photographer with identification, which must be worn at all times; Inform participants and parents or carers prior to the event that a professional photographer will be in attendance and ensure you have established that no under 18s will be compromised due to safeguarding children concerns if their image is taken – remember this can be done by using the Annual Consent at the start of the season

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RESPECT AWARDS Rules and Regulations 1. Title and Management The trophy is designated the North Wilts Youth & Minors Football League Respect Award and the competition shall be managed by the League Committee. 2. Award A Trophy will be presented to the team achieving the highest average Respect mark, within their age group, based on the method of determining the winner set out below. 3. Purpose The Respect Award Trophy shall be awarded annually to the Team who by its sportsmanship, conduct and general attitudes is adjudged to have contributed most towards maintaining high standards of Respect required of the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League. 4. Club Acceptance and Entry This Competition shall run annually and all teams taking part in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors Football League will participate. No entrance fee is involved. 5. Method of Determining the Winner The winner will be determined by all member Clubs and the Management Committee as follows: (A) Clubs Each team shall be required to award marks out of 99 for the application of the Respect Programme of the opposition. This information will be collected when submitting your team Results and Statistics on FA.com. Any team failing to mark another club in any match for whatever reason will have their own marks for that particular game reduced by 50%. Any teams whose scores are inconsistent with the other markings of the match will be requested to submit a report by the League Secretary within 3 days of receiving the request, failure to do so will incur a charge under Rule 5H. (B) Management Committee At the completion of all fixtures a maximum of 100 points will be awarded to a Team from each of the following officers: General Secretary, Fixture Secretary, Registration Secretary, Results Secretary, Treasurer and Referees Secretary. These points will be added to the total points awarded in (A) above and six games added to the number of fixtures deemed to have been played for the purposes of calculating the highest average mark. In determining the mark to be awarded by each officer the following factors, amongst others, will be taken into account and points deducted as appropriate: 路 路 路

Cancellation of games by the Team concerned Late Team reporting / incorrect Team reporting/ Failure to submit results Acts of discourtesy (non-reply to correspondence, etc.)

6. Final Assessment All markings will be added, or subtracted as the case may be; at the end of each season and the Club with the highest average number points per game based on games played will be declared the winner. 7. General Remarks The Respect Award Trophy remains the sole property of the League. The winning Club must return it in good condition to the Management Committee of the League not later than 1 March each year. Any circumstances not covered in these Regulations will be dealt with at the discretion of the Management Committee. The guidelines for marking Respect marks are as follows:

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HOW TO SCORE FOR SPORTSMANSHIP Players

0-10

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Score Players, Managers and Spectators out of 30 points each If Respect Barriers are used add another 9 points If Respect Barriers not used please email Clubs Liaison Officer

After entering your team statistics click on ‘switch to opposition Team stats’

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HALL OF FAME LEAGUE WINNERS & RUNNERS-UP 2003 - 2011 Age Group

Season

League Winners

League Runners-up

Under 9 West

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2009/10

Wootton Bassett Town Wroughton Robins Shrivenham & Watchfield Wroughton Rovers Elite Soccer Coaching Swindon Rangers Robins A Swindon Soccer Skills Croft Juniors A Cirencester Town A Wroughton Rovers Cirencester Town Highworth Town Jnrs H Lambourn Sports FC Calne Old Town United Swindon Soccer Skills B Lydiard Youth Shrivenham & Watchfield Ferndale Rodbourne B Swindon Rangers B Liden Community A Stratton Youth

Greenmeadow Cubs Ferndale Rodbourne A Old Town United Cirencester Town C Hungerford Town Lydiard Youth A Croft Juniors Swindon Rangers A Ferndale Rodbourne Swindon Soccer Skills White Horse Juniors Brinkworth Cats Stratton Youth Stratton Youth FC Calne ASC Youth Stratton Youth Cirencester Town B Blunsdon Colts B Ferndale Rodbourne Purton B FC Abbey Meads B Swindon Supermarine Purton Youth B

Under 11 Division 1

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10

Highworth Juniors Wootton Bassett Town Shaw Swindon Soccer Skills A Swindon Rangers A White Horse Jnrs Cirencester Town A Swindon Rangers A Ferndale Rodbourne Pumas Marlborough Town A Wickham Wanderers Swindon Soccer Skills B FC Abbeymeads Cirencester Town C Stratton Youth Ramsbury Juniors Croft Juniors Lydiard Youth B Stratton Juniors B Fairford Youth Highworth Town B Ferndale Rodbourne B Greenmeadow Youth Liden Community Liden Community South Cerney Youth Hungerford Town Greenmeadow C Pewsey Vale Avonvale Chiseldon Blunsdon Colts Highworth Juniors A Greenmeadow A Wickham Wanderers Lydiard Youth Swindon Rangers Greenmeadow Youth A

Purton Ferndale Rodbourne Stratton Juniors A Lydiard Youth Blunsdon Colts A Greenmeadow A Wickham Wanderers Croft Juniors FC Abbey Meads Robins Highworth Juniors A Blunsdon Colts A Brinkworth Cats A Ramsbury A Highworth Town Jnrs H Swindon Rangers B Stratton Juniors Greenmeadow B Eldene Rangers A Cricklade Youth A Lydiard Youth B Shrivenham & Watchfield Ferndale Rodbourne Penhill Knights Highworth Juniors Coleshill Juniors Highworth Jnrs B Highworth Town C Penhill Allstars Ashton Keynes E FC Calne B Stratton Juniors Orange Ferndale Rodbourne Ferndale Rodbourne A Ferndale Rodbourne Blueprint Chiseldon Lydiard Youth A Swindon Supermarine S

Under 11 Division 1 [9v9]

2010/11

ASC Youth

Stratton Youth

Under 11 West

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6

Shaw Uffington United Highworth Town

Ferndale Rodbourne Tigers Lydiard Youth Old Town United

Under 9 Division 1 Under 9 Central

Under 9 Division 2 Under 9 South

Under 9 Division 3 Under 9 Division 4 Under 10 North

Under 10 Division 1 Under 10 West

Under 10 Division 2 Under 10 Central

Under 10 Division 3 Under 10 South

Under 10 Division 4 Under 11 North

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Under 11 Division 2

2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10

Highworth Juniors Wootton Bassett Town A Lydiard Youth B Ferndale Rodbourne B

South Cerney Greenmeadow A Wanborough Jnrs Marlborough Town Jnrs

Under 11 Division 2 [9v9]

2010/11

Avonvale Utd

Wroughton Youth

Under 11 Central

Under 11 Division 3

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10

Croft Juniors Malmesbury Tetbury Town White Horse Juniors Liden Community Purton Shrivenham & Watchfield

Brunel Boys Croft Juniors B Stratton Youth Avonvale Shrivenham & Watchfield Ramsbury Liden Community B

Under 11 Division 3 [9v9]

2010/11

Pewsey Vale

Wootton Bassett Town

Under 11 Division 4

2009/10

Pewsey Vale

Brinkworth Cats

Under 11 Division 4 [11v11]

2010/11

Purton Youth A

Cirencester Town A

Under 12 Division 1

Under 14 Division 4

2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2007/8 2009/10 2010/11 2009/10

AFC Newbury Greenmeadow Youth A Wroughton Liden Community Malmesbury Cirencester Town A Liden Community Wootton Bassett Town B Brinkworth Cats A Shrivenham & Watchfield Penhill Allstars Penhill Knights Lambourn Sports GESS Greenmeadow Youth P Brinkworth Cats Westlea Wanderers Amesbury Sports Ferndale Rodbourne A Highworth Juniors Wootton Bassett Town Wickham Wanderers Wootton Bassett Town A FC Abbey Meads Shaw Stratton Juniors Fairford A Penhill Allstars Shaw Croft Jnrs A Swindon Rangers Greenmeadow Youth P Tetbury Town Greenmeadow Tetbury Town Ramsbury Juniors Brinkworth Cats R Westbrook Highworth Juniors B Bermerton Heath Harlequins Liden Highworth Jnrs A Ferndale Rodbourne Wroughton Youth Cirencester Town A Stratton Youth N/A Purton Purton Tetbury Town Greenmeadow B Shaw A FC Abbey Meads Old Town Utd B Old Town Utd Stratton Youth Wanborough Juniors

FC Abbey Meads Wickham Wanderers Old Town Utd Cubs Shrivenham & Watchfield Wootton Basset Town Stratton Youth FC Abbeymeads Liden Community Highworth Town Juniors T Ramsbury Juniors Marlborough Town Shrivenham & Watchfield Marlborough Town Highworth Town Jnrs T Highworth Town Jnrs J FC Calne B Highworth Juniors Lydiard Youth Shaw Ferndale Rodbourne Ferndale Rodbourne Wroughton Jnrs Cirencester Town A Swindon Rangers Fairford Greenmeadow Lydiard Youth Stratton Youth Tetbury Town Cricklade Youth Croft Juniors Purton Youth AFC Barbury Coleshill Juniors Greenmeadow Ferndale Rodbourne Pinehurst Rangers Greenmeadow Eastville Boys Lydiard Youth Shaw Ferndale Rodbourne Greenmeadow A Wickham Wanderers Wootton Bassett Town A Highworth Town N/A Swindon Soccer Skills Pewsey Vale AFC Barbury Shaw B FC Abbey Meads Alderbury Greenmeadow B Lambourn Sports Old Town United Shaw B

Under 15 Division 1

2003/4

Stratton Juniors

Liden Community

Under 12 Division 2

Under 12 Division 3

Under 13 Division 1

Under 13 Division 2

Under 13 Division 3

Under 14 Division 1

Under 14 Division 2

Under 14 Division 3

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Under 16 Division 2

Under 17/18 Division 1

Under 17/18 Division 2

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Westbrook Stratton Juniors B Bemerton Heath Harlequins Ferndale Rodbourne A Ferndale Rodbourne Ferndale Rodbourne Wroughton Youth Eldene Colts N/A Hungerford Highworth Town Shaw Croft Juniors B Highworth Town Juniors J Penhill Knights Croft Juniors B Shaw A Stratton Juniors Stratton Juniors FC Chippenham Brunel Boys Croft Juniors A Ferndale Rodbourne Swindon Soccer Skills A Wootton Bassett Town B Croft Juniors B Shrivenham & Watchfield Stratton Juniors B Chippenham Wanderers North Swindon Panthers Wroughton Jnrs A Bemerton Heath Harlequins FC Chippenham Liden Community Wickham Wanderers Wroughton Youth Fairford Town Youth

Ferndale Rodbourne AFC Barbury Lydiard Youth Liden Community FC Chippenham Amesbury Town Wickham Wanderers Walcot Wanderers N/A Malmesbury Wootton Bassett Town Wootton Bassett Town Shaw B South Cerney Highworth Town Jnrs T Wanborough Juniors Liden Community Wroughton Juniors A Shaw Bemerton Heath Harlequins Shaw Ferndale Rodbourne Highworth Town Juniors H South Swindon B Cricklade Youth Greenmeadow Youth A Hungerford Town Juniors Stratton Juniors A Stratton Juniors Swindon Badgers Wootton Bassett Town A FC Chippenham Liden Community Wroughton Youth Wootton Bassett Town B Wootton Bassett Town C Wootton Bassett Town

CUP WINNERS & RUNNERS-UP Age Group

Season

Cup Winners

Cup Runners-up

Under 9

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10

Wootton Bassett Town Wootton Bassett Town Lydiard Youth Swindon Rangers White Horse Juniors Wootton Bassett Town A Swindon Rangers A Swindon Rangers A Highworth Juniors Greenmeadow A Stratton Juniors A Cirencester Town A Swindon Rangers A White Horse Jnrs Wickham Wanderers Swindon Rangers A Shaw Croft Juniors A Ferndale Rodbourne A Wootton Bassett Town Blueprint Chiseldon Swindon Rangers Swindon Supermarine S Highworth Town Juniors H Amesbury Sports Shrivenham & Watchfield Highworth Juniors A Greenmeadow Wickham Wanderers Lydiard Youth AFC Newbury

Ashton Keynes Greenmeadow A Purton Westbrook A Cirencester Town G Lydiard Youth Elite Soccer Coaching Lambourn Sports Highworth Town Juniors H Stratton Juniors Robins Shaw Stratton Juniors Ferndale Rodbourne A Wickham Wanderers Cirencester Town A Stratton Juniors A Stratton Juniors Orange Highworth Juniors A Wootton Bassett Town Wroughton Juniors Robins FC Abbey Meads Wickham Wanderers ASC Youth Old Town United Shaw Ferndale Rodbourne Wootton Bassett Town Wootton Bassett Town Chiseldon Highworth Town Jnrs H

Under 10

Under 11

Under 12

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Wroughton Youth

Liden Community A

2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2003/4 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11

Eastville Boys Amesbury Sports Ferndale Rodbourne A Highworth Juniors Ferndale Rodbourne Wickham Wanderers Cirencester Town A AFC Newbury Westbrook Shaw Ferndale Rodbourne A Shaw Highworth Juniors A Greenmeadow A Wroughton Youth Alderbury Stratton Juniors Westbrook Stratton Juniors Lydiard Youth Ferndale Rodbourne FC Chippenham Ferndale Rodbourne Wickham Wanderers Shaw A Purton Westbrook Stratton Juniors Bemerton Heath Harlequins Liden Community Croft Juniors A Highworth Town Juniors H Shaw Chippenham Wanderers North Swindon Panthers Wroughton Juniors A CANCELLED FC Chippenham FC Chippenham

Westlea Wanderers Fairford Shaw Tetbury Town Wootton Bassett Town Wootton Bassett Town Chiseldon Swindon Rangers Wroughton Brunel Boys Croft Juniors Liden Community Croft Juniors A Wootton Bassett Town Wickham Wanderers Chiseldon Ferndale Rodbourne Stratton Juniors Swindon Soccer Skills Ferndale Rodbourne A Wroughton Juniors AFC Barbury Highworth Town Jnrs H Highworth Town Juniors H Liden Community Stratton Juniors Highworth Juniors FC Chippenham Wootton Bassett FC Chippenham Ferndale Rodbourne Stratton Juniors B North Swindon Panthers Swindon Badgers Wootton Bassett Town B CANCELLED Wroughton Youth A Liden Community

SUBSIDIARY CUP WINNERS & RUNNERS-UP Age Group

Season

Cup Winners

Cup Runners-up

Under 13 Under 14 Under 15 Under 16

2003/4 2003/4 2003/4 2003/4

Westlea Wanderers Westbrook Stratton Juniors Liden Community

Brunel Boys Ferndale Rodbourne Liden Community Shaw B

NW&DFL â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WILTSHIRE FA COUNTY CUP WINNERS Age Group

Season

County Cup Winners

Under 11

2003/4 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2010/11 2003/4 2007/8 2010/11 2003/4 2005/6 2007/8 2010/11

Shaw Greenmeadow Youth Wootton Bassett Town Ferndale Rodbourne Highworth Town Jnrs H Purton Youth A Westlea Wanderers Greenmeadow FC Abbey Meads Stratton Juniors Stratton Juniors Ferndale Rodbourne Wroughton Youth

Under 13

Under 15

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