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Charity Cup A

Congratulations to Railway Academicals 2nds on winning the Charity Cup against Railway Academicals 1st, 1-1 after extra time. With goals from Terry Baker (1sts) and Chris Millers wonder goal (2nds) before winning 4-3 on pens. Railway 2nds are the 1st team outside the top division to win the Charity Cup.

Prem Div Cup

Congratulations to Railway Academicals on winning the Eric Hensey DSM Premier Cup against Tag United 3-1 after extra time. With goals from Tony Jenkins (pen), Paul Martin and David Heaver.

Division 1 Cup

Congratulations to Ekco Social & Sports Club on winning the Barbara Dawson Division 1 Cup against Foulness 4-2.

Super Vets Win

Congratulations to Chapel Old Boys on winning the Essex Veterans Sunday County Cup against HullBridge Sports 2-0.

Division 3 Cup

Congratulations to Milton Athletic on winning the Sir Teddy Taylor Division 3 Cup against Laindon Athletic with 20 penalities taken

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The SBCVL are setting up a new page for Clubs to advertise for players required, or if players (over 35 years of age or over 45 years (Senior Division)) are without a club yet to contact us. To place an advert please email webmaster@sbcvl.com

Best Wishes & Speed Recovery To Keith Hucketts Of HullBridge Sports

I have just spoken to Hullbridge Sports' Pat Hayes and he told me that Hullbridge player Keith Hucketts is making a good recovery following his  heart attack that he suffered during the half time interval in today's clash with Tag United.
Keith had complained that he felt unwell and it was decided that an abulance should be sent for.
Such was the seriousness of Keith ' condition that the Essex Air Ambulance was called.

Keith is now recovering in Basildon hospital.
Pat Hayes wishes to extend his thanks to the Tag United players for their concern and understanding. 
Pat also wishes to thank the 1st Response team ..The paramedics and the air ambulance crew and their doctor  for their proffessionalism.
On behalf of the LMC, all our clubs we wish Keith a full and speedy recovery.
Tony Hoskins
League Secretary.

 

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Season Summary 2013-2014

  • Len Forge MBE Memorial Trophy Premier Division Winners - Tag United
  • Les Finch Trophy Division One Winners - Railway Academicals 2nds (Now affiliated as Britannia Academicals)
  • Ken Clementson Division Two Winners - Wheatleys
  • Les Fordham Division Three Winners - West Beach United
  • Tony Hoskins Senior Division Winners - Chapel United Old Boys
  • Eric Hensey DSM Premier Division Cup Winners - Railway Academicals
  • Barbara Dawson Division 1 Cup Winners - Ekco Social & Sports Club
  • Chris Avis Division 2 Cup Winners - Wheatleys
  • Sir Teddy Taylor Division 3 Cup Winners - Milton Athletic
  • Jimmy Green Cup Winners - Ford Basildon
  • Essex FA County Veterans Cup - Chapel United Old Boys
  • Charity Cup A Winners - Railway Academicals 2nds (Now affiliated as Britannia Academicals)
  • Charity Cup B Winners - West Beach United
  • VW Van Centre Senior Executive Cup - Railway Academicals
  • Benson Junior Executive Cup - Sky Athletic
  • League Top Scorer - Colin Peacock (Wheatleys)

Long Service Award For Mr Foulness

Long Serving Foulness Secretary – PAT BENNEWITH was presented with a Long Service Award, in recognition of his dedicated work for his club.

Tony Jang and his players had nominated Pat for the award and it was agreed by the award panel that this is most deserved by Pat. Pat is seen here with Vice Chairman Chris Avis and Chairman Les Fordham with his award. 
The league were also represented by League Secretary – Tony Hoskins, Cups Officer – Darren Rudd and LMC member – Eddie McNally.

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