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Jun 27, 2013

Worcestershire Schools FA


Season 2012-13 Competition report

Competitions Report - Season 2012-13

 

Cup Final Results

Worcestershire County Cup Finals 2013 - Results

U 12 – Alvechurch Middle School 4 v 0 St Bedes Middle School 

 

U 13 Girls – Stourport High School 2 v 10 Bredon Hill Middle School

U 13 – Walkwood Middle Sch 5 v 3 King Charles 1st High School

U 14 – Nunnery Wood High School 3 v 1 Droitwich Spa High School

U 15 – Prince Henrys’ High Sch 2 v 1 South Bromsgrove High Sch

U 16 – Nunnery Wood High School 3 v 2 Wolverley Secondary School

U 16 Girls – Arrow Vale High School 5 v 1 Bewdley High School

U 19 – Droitwich Spa High School 3 v 2 The Chase High School (aet)

With the exception of the U 13 Girls final all games were played on grounds of the senior clubs in the county and also for the first time programmes were produced so we were able to charge admission to these games.  This enabled the County to more than cover the costs of the games and indeed for the Duncan Edwards Final we ran out of programmes having produced 250 for that game.  I would like to thank our secretary Roger Newbold, my son Matthew and the Mortiboys family for their sterling work in manning the turnstiles at these finals.  Use of the PA system with DJ Col on the mic at the grounds also added to the professionalism and enjoyment of the occasions.  All finals had four officials appointed and thanks go them for their excellent work and to our Referees Secretary Col Mortiboys in making the appointments.  Our thanks are also due to the clubs for allowing us to use their facilities, Evesham Utd, Redditch Utd, Kidderminster Harriers and Worcester City.

Small sided football continues to be popular and this year the 7-a-side competitions were postponed due to the snowy winter,  County Mixed and Girls finals were eventually played on the astro turf at Trinity High School, Catshill winning the mixed and Ridgeway the girls.  Ridgeway then went on to win the Midland round but unfortunately did not play to their potential in the ESFA National Finals.  They are to be congratulated though on reaching that stage.

Another success story was Walkwood’Middle Schools’ run to the final of the ESFA U 13 Schools’ Cup where they unfortunately lost in extra time to Northampton School for Boys.

Finally I would like to thank our Competition coordinators, Dave Baylis, Scott Walsh, John Thornewill and Matt Russell in their work in ensuring that the competitions run smoothly.

Paul Rickard