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Lacrosse Season One

Postby Jeckland » Sat Sep 20, 2014 10:40 pm

Lacrosse Championships  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Fental 38 29 2 7 459 295 +164 89 Champions, Lacrosse Champions Cup
2 Peswick 38 27 2 9 477 281 +196 83 Lacrosse Champions Cup
3 Tantley 38 26 1 11 431 300 +131 79 The Challenge Cup
4 Ordbury 38 24 5 9 459 296 +163 77 The Challenge Cup
5 Chiddersley 38 24 4 10 411 311 +100 76 The Challenge Cup

6 Blarton 38 24 2 12 433 325 +108 74
7 Colanso 38 23 2 13 437 344 +93 71
8 Didgeham 38 22 3 13 420 372 +48 69
9 Gykolia 38 21 2 15 400 341 +59 65
10 Yensine 38 20 4 14 415 349 +66 64
11 Rack City 38 18 2 18 406 390 +16 56
12 Unsten 38 17 1 20 361 399 −38 52
13 Beetoler 38 13 4 21 362 442 −80 43
14 Nasley 38 14 0 24 358 404 −46 42
15 Treslip 38 14 0 24 347 448 −101 42
16 Panbury 38 12 1 25 331 466 −135 37
17 Sylow 38 11 2 25 343 519 −176 35
18 Loderno 38 10 1 27 341 492 −151 31 Relegated
19 Tyville 38 7 1 30 299 535 −236 22 Relegated
20 Lingham 38 4 1 33 279 460 −181 13 Relegated
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Postby Jeckland » Mon Sep 22, 2014 11:05 am

And so, a new league season of the JPL begins. After a crazy year last year, Mortsey eventually came out on top to record their seond straight league win. Nagelti Rovers were a revelation in second place, with Peswick Town and Ordbury Athletic continuing their strong tradition by cementing the other Globe Cup spots. Rack City Rangers slipped all the way to eighth, with Serbury once again fifth. Yonsolo United impressed as all trhee promoted sides stayed in the league, though it was a close call for Peswick Rovers. Lingham City, Clyville Albion, and Entown were the three clubs to drop out of the top flight. In their place come Ghindon, Chiddersley and Dinsdon Town.

The off season was just as exciting, with transfers from all around the multiverse going on as Jeckish clubs expanded thier horizons in the search for foreign talent. Only the next 38 games would tell them if they'd invested wisely or signed a flop.

Below are the rosters of the 20 teams.

NIckname: The Tomahawks
Stadium: Ottey Street (cap 27,843)
Kits: Orange shirts with black shorts and socks.
Manager: Harry Abbott (49)
Formation: 4-3-1-2
Starting XI
GK: Reece Simpson (22)
RB: Peter McCarthy (24)
CB: Luke Moss (27)
CB: Hayden Bevan (29)
LB: Louie Owen (28)
RM: Tom Connor (25)
CM: Toby Bray (26)
LM: Brandon Rice (30) (C)
AM: Peter Jones (27)
ST: Liam Page (23)
ST: Peter Wells (31)

Although Ghindon were the lowest finishing promoted team, the Deuce was so tight that it shouldn't matter. In fact the pundits are tipping them to survive and possibly push towards the top half, but they'll need to be at their best.


Nickname: The Chids
Stadium: Nillston (cap. 32,196)
Kits: Black and white stripes shirts, white shorts and socks.
Manager: Kian Curtis (63)
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK: Jay Tyler (28)
RB: Muhammad Nolan (33)
CB: Taylor Lewis (27)
CB: Liam Walker (25)
LB: Cameron Clark (24)
CM: Freddie Barry (25)
CM: Elliot Armstrong (29) (C)
CM: Alfie Mahmood (23)
RW: Jordan Mahmood (21)
ST: Joe Haynes (26)
LW: Benjamin Hodgson (22)

After a surprise promotion, Chiddersley have bolstered ther squad with some of the best Deuce players. This puts them in a good position to fight for survival, though it won't be easy for this young squad.


Nickname: The Pumas
Stadium: Falchum Park (cap. 24,000)
Kits: Red shirts with white sleeves, white shorts and red socks.
Manager: Callum Wilkins (59)
Formation: 4-5-1
Starting XI:
GK: Thomas Daniels (27)
RB: Riley Pearce (25)
CB: Samuel Lynch (23)
CB: Charlie O'Connor (29)
LB: Sam Dunn (24)
RM: Rhys Patterson (26)
CM: Rhys Davies (28)
CM: Tyler Hanson (22)
CM: Louie Long (31) (C)
LM: Aaron Parker (29)
ST: Alexander Faulkner (23)

The surprise champions of the second tier look favourites to go down. Largely carried by a few players last season and without much investment in new players, it will be an uphill struggle for Dinsdon.


Nickname: The Wasps
Stadium: Peswick Park (cap 70,000)
Kits: Red and white striped shirts with black shorts and socks
Manager: Isaac Morrison (49)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK: Leon Butler (23)
RB: Tom Morley (23)
CB: Sean Gregory (27)
CB: Jayden Pope (29)
LB: James Webster (24)
DM: Luca Potts (26)
DM: Callum James (30) (C)
RW: Mohammed Cole (28)
AM: Anthony Storey (26)
LW: Patrick O'Neill (20) (Darvale)
ST: Jake Fraser (27)

After narrowly surviving their first season in the JPL, Peswick Rovers have retained much the same squad as last year. O'Neill from Darvale will add some threat on the left, but it's hard to see this squad faring much better than last time.


Nickname: Inferno
Stadium: Loderno Stadium: (cap 50,000)
Ktis: Orange shirts, red shorts and socks
Manager: Owen Griffin (61)
Formation: 3-5-2
Starting XI:
GK: Dominic May (23)
CB: Isaac Craig (26)
CB: Xavier Marshall (24) (Zenic)
CB: Kyle Lee (27)
RWB: Jerome Dawson (20) (Darvale)
LWB: Anthony Haynes (24)
CM: Tom Stanley (25)
CM: Louie Mann (30) (C)
CM: Joshua Butcher (21)
ST: Alexander Jackson (23)
ST: Kyle Sanders (29)

A disappointing campaign last time saw Loderno finish 16th. Owen Griffin was brought in from Fillston as manager, and some shrewd buys including Dawson of Darvale and Marshall of Zenic should see an improvement from last year.


Nickname: The Harriers
Stadium: Baker Street (cap 31,459)
Kits: Blue with white trim
Manager: Spencer Reeves (53)
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK: Kai Robinson (30)
RB: Toby Lyons (23)
CB: Charlie Lucas (28) (C)
CB: Reece Haynes (31)
LB: Alexander Butcher (23)
RM: Edward Kaur (21)
CM: Jacob Rees (27)
CM: Andrew Horton (28)
LM: Christopher Dunn (29)
ST: Henry Patterson (22)
ST: Cameron Fox (26)

Panbury were once again unspectacular last year, finishing 15th. Spencer Reeves has changed up the formation this year, as well as bringing through youth players, and they could aim as high as the top ten.


Nickname: The Bears
Stadium: Centropolis (cap 40,000)
Kits: Blue and white striped shirts with blue shorts and socks
Manager: Jayden Pratt (42)
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK: Tom Rogers (29)
RB: MIchael Power (31) (C)
CB: Lewis Craig (25)
CB: Finlay Coleman (28)
LB: Robert Conway (27)
RM: Aidan Gray (30)
CM: Harvey Smart (21)
CM: Callum Sykes (23)
LM: Noah Morris (25)
ST: Tom Begum (21)
ST: Lucas Ball (21)

After a good season where survival was comfortably sealed, however only the youth team will provide new additions to the squad, and despite a promising crop of players, they could struggle more this time against relegation.


NIckname: The Spids
Stadium: Bandrado Stadium (cap 45,000)
Kits: Blue and red halved shirts, shorts and socks
Manager: Evan Grant (56)
Formation: 4-4-2
GK: Christopher Oliver (26)
RB: Ethan Atkinson (24)
CB: Toby Bell (27)
CB: Oliver Daly (30)
LB: Alexander Carpenter (27)
RM: Daniel Davison (28)
CM: Jayden Harding (26)
CM: Finlay Graham (26)
LM: Kyle May (25)
ST: Joseph Walker (29) (C)
ST: Faraz Ziaa (25) (Patistan)
After another mid-table season, Grant has bought in Ziaa from Patistan to bulk up the attacking options. However the team remains largely the same and this count count against Spindlow, as opposition have sussed them out. They'll sturggle to go higher.


Nickname: The Pumas
Stadium: Memorial Park (cap. 42,111)
Kits: White shirts with black trim, shorts and socks
Manager: Aidan Gordon (58)
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK: Alex Harvey (31)
RB: Isaac Wallace (22)
CB: Rhys Dixon (25)
CB: Oliver Hargreaves (34) (C)
LB: Harry Cooke (27)
RM: Adam Perkins (24)
CM: George Buckley (23)
CM: Taylor Talbot (21)
LM: Alexander Atkins (26)
ST: Max Donnelly (28)
ST: Ben Savage (21)

Poston secured safety by a more comfortable margin than most expected last year and will be out to do the same again. Gordon has kept much of the team that did so well for him last time, and we may well see similar results.


Nickname: The Greens
Stadium: Pegglamento Park (cap 52,138)
Kits: All green with white trim
Manager: Billy Ball (50)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK: Edward Knowles (32)
RB: David Wilkins (26)
CB: Joe Thorpe (22)
CB: Sebastian Stephens (25)
LB: Peter Hayes (28)
DM: Alfie Brennan (31)
DM: Furqan Shaq (20) (Patistan)
RW: Anthony Morton (23)
AM: David Turnbull (28) (C)
LW: Cameron Reed (27)
ST: Callum Lawrence (24)

After the shock appointment of Ball as manager, Fillston acquire a new shape this season with Patistani Furquan Shaq slotting into the midfield. With a new regime and formation it is always difficult to predict, but if things don't click fast then it could be a tough season.


Nickname: The Wolves
Formation: 4-4-2
Stadium: Carcillo (cap 32,000)
Kits: Purple shirts with white trim. white shorts and socks
Manager: Zachary Hewitt (60)
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK: Joe Bailey (25)
RB: Harley Banks (28)
CB: Spencer Hartley (24)
CB: Jordan Daniels (22)
LB: Oscar Hunter (30) (C)
RM: Alfie Rose (27)
CM: Kian Coleman (21)
CM: Adam Heath (22)
LM: Taylor Pollard (29)
ST: Kai Rees (28)
ST: Nicholas Hussain (24)

After an unbelievable debut season, Yonsolo will be looking to build on that surprise top half finish from last year. The loss of Chamberlain is a blow, but a new look midfield looks capable of compensating and another top half finish wouldn't be as surprising this time.


Nickname: The Gulls
Stadium: Galton Beach (cap 54,143)
Kits: Red shirts with white sleeves, white shorts and socks.
Manager: Kian Carter (50)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK: Thomas Bell (22)
RB: Edward Young (24)
CB: Alexander Woodward (25)
CB: Kieran Buckley (25)
LB: Josh Wheeler (28) (C)
DM: Dominic McDonald (30)
DM: Ellis King (31)
RW: Luke Watkins (26)
AM: Bradley Fuller (30)
LW: Zak Lane (23)
ST: Felix Peer (27) (Zenic)

Galton managed 9th last season, and Carter has moved to plug the gaps in the squad, Peer from Zenic will lead the line this season. This side look easily capable of another strong finish, though it's unlikely they will be able to challenge the top four for a UICA spot.


Nickname: The Rangers
Stadium: City Stadium (cap 67,800)
Kits: Blue shirts with yellow trim, yellow shorts and socks
Manager: Sean Bell (45)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
GK: Jonathan Cooke (28)
RB: Bailey Conway (26)
CB: Charlie Griffin (22)
CB: Tom Gallagher (21)
LB: Kian O'Sullivan (28)
DM: Nicholas Austin (24)
DM: Patrick Palmer (23)
RW: Toby Davidson (27)
AM: Finley Fox (23)
LW: Sebastian Stokes (28)
ST: Leo King (30) (C)

After a remarkably terrible season, a new look side is managed by Bell. He has a tough job on to stop the rot, but a new look back five looks capable. Unlikely to challenge the top four as they are used to, consolidating a position just below would be a realistic goal.


NIckname: The Surfers
Stadium: Beachside (cap 63,452)
Kits: Blue shirts with yellow sleeves, yellow shorts and socks
Manager: Owen Bailey (70)
Formation: 3-5-2
Starting XI
GK: Peter Bray (29)
CB: Freddie Sullivan (26)
CB: Joel Barton (24)
CB: Jay Robinson (24)
RWB: Louis Dobson (28) (C)
LWB: Callum Ward (25)
CM: Dylan Sheppard (25)
CM: Micah Hoonas (26)
CM: Anthony Player (21) (Super-Llamaland)
ST: Alfie Barrett (25)
ST: Samuel Taylor (27)

After another 7th placed finish, Colanso have made waves in the transfer market, bringing in Hoonas, Barrett and Player from Super-Llamaland on big money deals. They should make a very strong challenge on the UICA spots this time around.


Nickname: The Cheetahs
Stadium: The Junction (cap 59,880)
Kits: Black and white stripes, black shorts and socks
Manager: Morgan Browne (53)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK: Jacob Curtis (27)
RB: Louis Anderson (31) (C)
CB: Ben Miller (24)
CB: Adam Holloway (24)
LB: Carl Moore (20) (Darvale)
DM: Elliot Berry (29)
DM: Ewan Buckley (27)
RW: Max Mahmood (23)
AM: Jay Warren (25)
LW: George Walters (28)
ST: Matthew George (34)

After going within touching distance of a Globe Cup spot last year, Moore is brought in from Darvale to bolster the defence. However Browne has left the front six the same, which could see Kyslo struggle to put up the same fight this time around.


Nickname: The Sharks
Stadium: Paser Park (cap 55,000)
Kits: Sky blue shirts, white shorts and socks
Manager: Scott Palmer (44)
Formation: 4-4-2 diamond
Starting XI
GK: Reece Bennett (25)
RB: Lucas Kelly (24)
CB: Kirila Ralts (18) (Northern Sunrise Islands)
CB: Gardevoir Ralts (17) (Northern Sunrise Islands)
LB: Leon Gardiner (23)
DM: Brandon Gibbons (33) (C)
RM: Sunbar McCoy (27) (Apox)
LM: Jack Arnold (21)
AM: Jay West (27)
ST: Oscar Little (26)
ST: Zak Schofield (28)

Another close one for Serbury last season made them delve into the international market. The Ralts from Northern Sunrise Islands and McCoy bought from Felix should help Serbury to make a better fist of their Globe Cup chase this time.


Nickname: The Millers
Stadium: Peswick Park (cap 70,000)
Kits: White and black striped shirts, black shorts and white socks
Manager: Josh Davidson (66)
Formation: 4-3-3
GK: Sean Leach (25)
RB: Harry Holden (21)
CB: Taylor Whitehouse (22)
CB: Daniel Hayward (23)
LB: Connor Benson (27)
CM: Peter Perkins (29)
CM: Rick Nollard (27)
CM: Corey Fox (24)
RW: Kieran Young (30) (C)
ST: Ali Amsif (24)
LW: Sam Roper (21)

After another top four finish, Peswick Town have stuck with a Jeckish lineup for this season. They look unlikely to challenge for the title, but with thier experience in these races they are likely to be in and around the UICA spots again.


Nickname: The Owls
Stadium: Hillside (cap 65,000)
Kits: Blue and white stripes, blue shorts and socks
Manager: Toby Kennedy (56)
Formation: 3-5-2
Starting XI
GK: Toby Thompson (22)
CB: Harry Pressley (33) (C)
CB: Fraser Doyle (26)
CB: Leon Barnes (26)
RWB: Carlo Henriques (24)
LWB: Barry Carson (25)
CM; Sven Johanssen (25)
CM: Louis Hayes (21)
CM: Kyle Reid (25)
ST: Lucas Moran (27)
ST: Connor Long (28)

After a third placed finish last year Kennedy has bizarrely used the same players in a different formtion. The 3-5-2 and lack of transfer activity could lead to a more challenging season for Ordbury, and a UICA spot may be a real achievement.


NIckname: The Knights
Stadium: Handurai (cap 64,195)
Kits: Black shirts with white trim, white shorts, black socks
Manager: Anthony Barnes (54)
Formation: 4-4-2 diamond
Starting XI
GK: Christopher Kent (20)
RB: Thomas Ellis (31) (C)
CB: Leon Kirby (26)
CB: William Butler (21)
LB: Jonathan Murray (22)
DM: Logan Cole (24)
RM: Elliot Fitzgerald (29)
LM: Kyle Sturgeon (25) (Super-Llamaland)
AM: Brandon Graham (26)
ST: James Hussam (20) (Patistan)
ST: Jayden Freeman (24)

After the remarkable story of last season, where this squad leaped to within three points of the title, Barnes has been busy, bringing in Sturgeon from Super-Llamaland and Hussam from Patistan. Despite this, this squad will do well to get another UICA spot.


NIckname: The Shells
Stadium: Grislip Arena (cap 66,349)
Kits: All red with white trim
Manager: Nicholas Swift (62)
Formation: 4-4-1-1
Starting XI
GK: MIcheall Carter (32)
RB: Joe O'Neill (24)
CB: Richard Barker (31) (C)
CB: Joe Harnett (24)
LB: Leon Gaspare Rosso (26) (Zenic)
RM: Jonathan Gardner (29)
CM: Ollie Watson (27)
CM: Owen Kemp (21)
LM: Joseph Bowen (21)
CF: Alexander Parry (28)
ST: Maxim Kolo (33) (Apox)

After claiming their second sucessive title, Mortsey strengthed with Gaspare Rosso coming in from Zenic and Kolo from The Licentian Isles. They'll be looking at another run at the title this year, although there are several talented contenders.
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Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Postby Jeckland » Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:22 pm

After all the hype, all the buildup, all the madness, here we go!

MD1
Colanso City 2–1 Serbury
Mortsey 0–1 Rack City Rangers
Dinsdon Town 0–2 Poston
Peswick Town 2–2 Fillston United
Spindlow 2–0 Yonsolo United
Panbury Town 2–0 Byton
Nagelti Rovers 3–0 Loderno Inferno
Galton United 2–2 Chiddersley
Kyslo 2–2 Peswick Rovers
Ordbury Athletic 1–1 Ghindon

Surprisingly, Nagelti Rovers are the only team of last years top four to win today, with a 3-0 win over Loderno sending them top - not that it matters at all at this stage. Mortsey started their campaign with a tough home game against Rack City Rangers, which the visitors took a 1-0 win from. Ordbury Athletic drew with an impressive Ghindon side, with Chiddersley also picking up a valuable point on the road against Galton United. Only Dinsdon of the promoted three sides failed to get off the mark, with a 2-0 home defeat to Poston. The Chiddersley match was one of three 2-2 draws this week, and Peswick Town dropped points in another one, with a home draw against Fillston United a disappointment. Kyslo and Peswick Rovers were the other teams to get a 2-2 draw, battling in a back and forth game at The Junction. In the battle of the two UICA chasers, it was the 'galacticos' of Colanso City who triumphed, an attacking performance resulting in a 2-1 win. Yonsolo United lost their opening tie of their second season away to Spindlow 2-0, with Byton doing the same against Panbury Town.

MD2
Serbury 5–0 Ghindon
Peswick Rovers 1–0 Ordbury Athletic
Chiddersley 2–3 Kyslo
Loderno Inferno 0–3 Galton United
Byton 1–2 Nagelti Rovers
Yonsolo United 1–2 Panbury Town
Fillston United 0–1 Spindlow
Poston 1–0 Peswick Town
Rack City Rangers 0–1 Dinsdon Town
Colanso City 3–0 Mortsey

Although it's only the second week, already it is possible to see change in the JPL. Colanso City have proven themselves a force to reckon with, ripping up the Mortsey defence to the tune of 3-0 in front of a buoyant Beachside. The Surfers' opponents last week, Serbury, were clinical against some suspect Ghindon defending to record a hefty 5-0 win. Ordbury Athletic remain on only one point, a resilleint Peswick Rovers tactically outclassing them to win 1-0. Meanwhile, Rack City Rangers cannot follow up their win over Mortsey, capitulating 1-0 to an average Dinsdon Town side. Nagelti Rovers claimed an undesrved victory away at Byton, the Knights eventually prevailing 2-1. Peswick Town are another big club with a poor start, as in yet another surprise result they fall 1-0 to the passing game employed so effectively by Poston at Memorial Park. Loderno are given a pasting in thier own back yard, the 3-0 home defeat against Galton United one the travelling Gulls fans will savour for a good while. Panbury Town battle hard for a 2-1 win away at Yonsolo, as Kyslo stage a dramatic three goal comeback to usurp Chiddersley at Nillston. Fillston United were wasteful in attack against Spindlow and as a result the Spids came away with a 1-0 victory.

UICA MD1
Champions Cup
Mortsey 1-1 FC Nassau
Globe Cup
Peswick Town w/o South Shields United
Salchar City FC 1-1 Ordbury Athletic
Series B Champions Cup
Urdutown 2-1 Ghindon
Naucratis 1-2 Wardson Wanderers

UICA competition kicked off in bizarre fashion for Peswick Town, as their opponents South Shields United failed a pitch inspection, meaning the Millers got a walkover against the side from York People. In the Champions Cup, Mortsey hosted FC Nassau from the Saint James Islands and came away with a 1-1 draw. Ordbury Athletic got the same result, away against the Salchar team Salchar City FC. The two Jeckish sides have less points combined than Ghindon, but the Tomahawks could not emulate thier league form as the travelled to Dainer and were beaten by Urdutown 2-1. Wardson Wandereres were more sucessful, beating Naucratis 2-1 in Oberur Al Moro.

MD3
Mortsey 2–2 Serbury
Dinsdon Town 0–3 Colanso City
Peswick Town 3–0 Rack City Rangers
Spindlow 1–1 Poston
Panbury Town 1–0 Fillston United
Nagelti Rovers 5–4 Yonsolo United
Galton United 3–1 Byton
Kyslo 6–2 Loderno Inferno
Ordbury Athletic 4–2 Chiddersley
Ghindon 3–1 Peswick Rovers

The undoubted match of the week was between Nagelti Rovers and Yonsolo United, with a 90 minute display of why football is such a great game. The Knights eventually won 5-4 to maintain their 100% record and Yonsolo's less desirable 100% losing record. Colanso City also have a perfect start, and another impressive 3-0 win to boot, Dinsdon Town taken apart by a clinical away performance. The other, more surprising, team to have three wins is Panbury Town, a 1-0 win over Fillston helping them keep pace at the top. Yonsolo have two companions on 0 points, but none as sorry for themselves as Loderno INferno, with an abject performance seeing them leave The Junction having bean humiliated 6-2 by Kyslo. The other poor starters are Byton, with a 3-1 loss aginst Galton United continuing their poor start. Mortsey however finally have their first point, a good game with Serbury at Grislip Arena ending 2-2. Peswick Town took full advantage of their unexpected rest in midweek, with a good all-round performance resulting in a 3-0 win over Rack City. Ordbury Athletic also pull themselves out of their slump, a 4-2 win over Chiddersley their first of the season. Ghindon are the promoted side to win this week, Peswick Rovers leaving Ottey Street having been defeated 3-1. Spindlow and Poston play out a 1-1 draw at Bandrado Stadium.

UICA MD2
Champions Cup
FC Nassau 2-2 Mortsey (3-3 agg, Mortsey through on away goals)
Globe Cup
South Shields United w/o Peswick Town (Peswick through)
Ordbury Athletic 2-0 Salchar City FC (3-1 agg)
Series B Champions Cup
Ghindon 0-1 Urdutown (1-3 agg)
Wardson Wanderers 3-4 Naucratis (5-5 agg, Naucratis through on away goals)

Mortsey progress to the next round of the Champions Cup on away goals after a thrilling 2-2 draw at FC Nassau. Ordbury Athletic join Peswick Town in the next round of the Globe Cup with a 2-0 home win over Salchar City FC seeing them through. However the two Jeckish sides in this round of the SBCC are out. Ghindon recorded a second loss at home against Urdutown, and Wardson Wanderers surrendered their 2-1 advantage with a 4-3 home defeat, seeing them out on away goals.

MD 4
Serbury 1–0 Peswick Rovers
Chiddersley 0–2 Ghindon
Loderno Inferno 0–1 Ordbury Athletic
Byton 1–2 Kyslo
Yonsolo United 2–1 Galton United
Fillston United 1–2 Nagelti Rovers
Poston 0–0 Panbury Town
Rack City Rangers 3–1 Spindlow
Colanso City 2–1 Peswick Town
Mortsey 1–0 Dinsdon Town

Colanso City look unstoppable at the moment, beating another top end team in Peswick Town 2-1, a result which keeps the Surfers top. Nagelti Rovers are second, also with that 100% record, after a 2-1 win over a lacklustre Fillston United. Yonsolo United, buoyed by their near miss against Nagelti last week, get off and running for the season with a 2-1 win over Galton United. Mortsey finally claim their first win, although a scrappy 1-0 at home against Dinsdon Town isn't cause for massive celebration. Ordbury Athletic come away from Loderno Stadium with a 1-0 win that leaves their opponents rock bottom. Just above them are Byton, who lose 2-1 at home to an impressive Kyslo side. Panbury Town remain unbeaten but drop points for the first time, with the crowd at Baker Street disappointed after a 0-0 bore draw. Serbury manage a dull 1-0 win at home against Peswick Rovers, and Ghindon recover from their midweek disappointment to beat fellow promoted club Chiddersley 2-0 on the road. Rack City Rangers return to form with an emphatic 3-1 win at home against Spindlow.

MD 5
Dinsdon Town 1–3 Serbury
Peswick Town 1–1 Mortsey
Spindlow 1–1 Colanso City
Panbury Town 1–0 Rack City Rangers
Nagelti Rovers 0–0 Poston
Galton United 2–1 Fillston United
Kyslo 0–0 Yonsolo United
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Byton
Ghindon 3–0 Loderno Inferno
Peswick Rovers 2–0 Chiddersley

The clash of the heavyweights at Peswick Park sees Peswick Town and Mortsey battle to a 1-1 draw. The early pacesetters stumble, with Colanso City being held to a 1-1 at Spindlow and Nagelti Rovers unable to break a resilient Poston defence, with the game ending 0-0. Panbury Town however suffered no such problems, continuing their good start with a 1-0 win over Rack City Rangers at Baker Street. Another abysmal away day for Loderno Inferno saw them brushed aside to the tune of 3-0 by an ever improving Ghindon side. Serbury were clinical on their trip to Dinsdon Town, claiming a 3-1 victory. Byton are another struggling team, and their woes continued with a 1-0 loss to Ordbury Athletic at Hillside. Not a single shot on goal was had as a particularly boring bore draw was played out, with Kyslo at home against Yonsolo United. Galton United acheived a 2-1 win over Fillston United in front of their own fans, whilst Peswick Rovers picked up a valuable 2-0 home win over Chiddersley.

Post MD5 Table

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 5 4 1 0 11 3 +8 13
2 Nagelti Rovers 5 4 1 0 12 6 +6 13
3 Panbury Town 5 4 1 0 6 1 +5 13
4 Kyslo 5 3 2 0 13 7 +6 11
5 Serbury 5 3 1 1 12 5 +7 10
6 Galton United 5 3 1 1 11 6 +5 10
7 Ordbury Athletic 5 3 1 1 7 4 +3 10
8 Ghindon 5 3 1 1 9 7 +2 10
9 Poston 5 2 3 0 4 1 +3 9
10 Spindlow 5 2 2 1 6 5 +1 8
11 Peswick Rovers 5 2 1 2 6 6 0 7
12 Rack City Rangers 5 2 0 3 4 6 −2 6
13 Peswick Town 5 1 2 2 7 6 +1 5
14 Mortsey 5 1 2 2 4 7 −3 5
15 Yonsolo United 5 1 1 3 7 10 −3 4
16 Dinsdon Town 5 1 0 4 2 9 −7 3
17 Fillston United 5 0 1 4 4 8 −4 1
18 Chiddersley 5 0 1 4 6 13 −7 1
19 Byton 5 0 0 5 3 10 −7 0
20 Loderno Inferno 5 0 0 5 2 16 −14 0


Whilst it means little at this stage, early signs suggest Colanso City and Nagelti Rovers could be dangerous this year. The two sides are tied on 13 points with surprise package Panbury Town. Ghindon have made a strong start to JPL life, attaining 10 point from their opening 5 games, whereas Peswick Rovers, Rack City Rangers and Mortsey are all a lot further from the top than they would expect to be. Byton and Loderno Inferno have the worst possible starts, both having failed to pick up a point thus far.

UICA MD 3
Champions Cup
TAATO 0-1 Mortsey
Globe Cup
Peswick Town 2-1 FF Berafjoroinn
Ordbury Athletic 1-0 Navel Sharks
Series B Champions Cup
Chiddersley 1-0 Fetherdron United

A fantastic night all around for Jeckish team in UICA competition, with all four recording wins. Mortsey negotiated a trick trip to Ark to beat TAATO 1-0. Both Globe Cup sides were at home, Peswick Town playing their first match in this years competition against Berafjoroinn of Bleak Rock and emerging 2-1 victors. Ordbury Athletic faced Navel Sharks of Whirl Islands, and won a tense encounter 1-0. In the SBCC, Chiddersley entered the competition by beating Fetherdron of Pasarga by a lone goal at home.

MD6
Serbury 1–0 Chiddersley
Loderno Inferno 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Byton 0–0 Ghindon
Yonsolo United 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Fillston United 1–0 Kyslo
Poston 2–2 Galton United
Rack City Rangers 4–1 Nagelti Rovers
Colanso City 4–2 Panbury Town
Mortsey 2–0 Spindlow
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Peswick Town

The story of the week is that Nagelti aren't as good as they thought they were, with Rack City Rangers bouncing back from a sluggish start with a resounding 4-1 win at City Stadium. This result means that Colanso City can open up a two point gap at the top of the table, which they do with a 4-2 home win over Panbury Town, a result which is the visitors first loss of the season. Poston are the only team bar Colanso to keep their unbeaten record, a 2-2 draw at home against Galton United their fourth in the six games played so far. At the bottom Byton and Loderno Inferno both get their seasons off and running with points at home, the former drawing 0-0 with Ghindon, the latter claiming a 2-0 win over Peswick Rovers. Peswick Town meanwhile are held to a 1-1 draw by a surprisingly resillient Dinsdon Town spurred on by an electric atmosphere at Falchum Park. Ordbury Athetic are lucky to take a point, their game at Yonsolo ending in a 1-1 draw. Mortsey get their second win of the season, Spindlow effortlessley beaten 2-0 by the Shells on their own turf. Serbury are second after a home victory over Chiddersley 1-0, and Fillston United improve their poor record with a 1-0 win over Kyslo.

UICA MD4
Champions Cup
Mortsey 0-0 TAATO (1-0 agg)
Globe Cup
FF Berafjoroinn 0-3 Peswick Town (1-5 agg)
Navel Sharks 1-1 Ordbury Athleitc (1-2 agg)
Series B Champions Cup
Fetherdron United 2-0 Chiddersley (2-1 agg)

Mortsey battle through another round of the Champions Cup, their goaless draw at home to TAATO enough to see them through. A remarkable performance from Peswick Town at Berafjoroinn sees the visitors cruise to a 3-0 victory. Ordbury's draw at Navel Sharks is enough to see them trhough, though the 1-1 result was not always certain. Chiddersley were the only Jeckish club to fall at this stage, crashing out of the SBCC after a 2-0 away loss at Fetherdron overpowered their home win.

MD7
Peswick Town 0–1 Serbury
Spindlow 0–2 Dinsdon Town
Panbury Town 0–1 Mortsey
Nagelti Rovers 1–0 Colanso City
Galton United 2–2 Rack City Rangers
Kyslo 1–3 Poston
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Fillston United
Ghindon 1–1 Yonsolo United
Peswick Rovers 2–1 Byton
Chiddersley 1–0 Loderno Inferno

The early contenders clashed at Handurai, and the home side prevailed, a 1-0 for Nagelti Rovers win meaning Colanso City now only top the table on goals scored. Nagelti sit third on 16 points, a tally shared by Colanso and Serbury, who manage another 1-0 victory away at Peswick Town, who have started abysmally in 15th winning only one game so far. Poston are the only unbeaten side left, with their third win coming at Kyslo with an impressive 3-1 victory which propels them to 4th. Mortsey finally break into the top half, with a 1-0 away win against Panbury Town. Fillston United continue their recovery with some stunning play rewarded with a 2-2 draw at Ordbury Athletic. Peswick Rovers stop a good looking Byton side from picking up any points with a 2-1 at Peswick Park. Ghindon's strong start continues, picking up a point at home against Yonsolo with a 1-1 draw. Dinsdon Town pull of a surprise result at Spindlow, with a 2-0 victory at Bandrado Stadium. Rack City Rangers are still marooned outside the top half after failing to win on their trip to Galton United, the Rangers coming away with an action-packed 2-2 draw.

MD8
Serbury 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Byton 2–2 Chiddersley
Yonsolo United 3–0 Peswick Rovers
Fillston United 2–1 Ghindon
Poston 2–3 Ordbury Athletic
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Kyslo
Colanso City 3–0 Galton United
Mortsey 2–0 Nagelti Rovers
Dinsdon Town 3–3 Panbury Town
Peswick Town 2–1 Spindlow

A week with several surprising results sees Serbury drop three points behind Colanso City, with what should have been a regulation game at home against Loderno Inferno at home turning into a nightmarish 1-0 defeat. Colanso took full advantage, a 3-0 him win over Galton United keeping them on top and showing that they can perhaps have a real go at the title this year. Speaking of title, last years first and second placed teams played at Grislip Arena, with the home side Mortsey comfortably beating Nagelti Rovers 2-0. The visitors remain third, and Ordbury Athletic are the other team in a GC spot, after finally toppling Poston's unbeaten record with a 3-2 away win. Rack City Rangers get a strong home win, beating Kyslo 2-0. Dinsdon Town build on last weeks victory with a thrilling 3-3 at home to 5th placed Panbury Town. Yonsolo United fans will be delighted after this result, only their second win of the season was a resounding 3-0 over Peswick Rovers at Carcillo. Their neighbours Peswick Town battled to a 2-1 victory at home against Spindlow to further rectify their poor record. Byton are the only winless club left, but picked up their second point in a hard fought 2-2 draw with Chiddersley. Fillston United achieved a 2-1 win at home over Ghindon.

UICA MD5
Champions Cup
Racing Xinghua Baoyam 2-1 Mortsey
Globe Cup
Peswick Town 1-1 Drako Dragons
CF Aeropag 1-0 Ordbury Athletic
Twineur Bugs 3-1 Nagelti Rovers
Series B Champions Cup
Wanko Nocuru 3-0 Dinsdon Town

Not a good day for Jeckish clubs, with four defeats and a draw in UICA competitions in these third preliminary rounds. Mortsey's trip to The Royal Barangay ends in a narrow 2-1 defeat to Baoyam, but they can take heart from the fact they scored an away goal. Nexxus Drako's Drako Dragons also accomplished this feat, and picked up a draw at Peswick Town in the Globe Cup. Association francophone's Aeorpag welcomed Ordbury Athletic and beat them 1-0 in a nervy affair. Nagelti Rovers entered the competition in this round, and have given themselves a mountain to climb against Twineur Bugs of Zwangzug, being pasted 3-1 in the away fixture. It could be worse though, you could be Dinsdon Town, thumped 3-0 by Wanko Noucry of The Royal Barangay.

MD9
Spindlow 1–2 Serbury
Panbury Town 0–4 Peswick Town
Nagelti Rovers 1–0 Dinsdon Town
Galton United 0–2 Mortsey
Kyslo 1–2 Colanso City
Ordbury Athletic 6–1 Rack City Rangers
Ghindon 0–2 Poston
Peswick Rovers 3–1 Fillston United
Chiddersley 4–0 Yonsolo United
Loderno Inferno 2–0 Byton

There are some big wins out there today, but one just tops them all. Ordbury Athletic recovered from their UICA woes in emphatic fashion with a 6-1 win over Rack City Rangers. Chiddersley pull off a remarkable 4-0 win against Yonsolo United, the Chids fans jubilant coming away from Nillston. Peswick Town make a mockery of both theirs and their opponents recent form, moving into the top half with a 4-0 win at Panbury Town. Colanso remain top with a 2-1 win at Kyslo, whilst Serbury achieve the same scoreline away to a flagging Spindlow. The Spids drop into the relegation zone alongside Dinsdon Town, who fight hard but eventually fall at Handurai to Nagelti Rovers, and Byton, who lose 2-0 at Loderno in what some described as an early six-pointer. Mortsey contiue their winning streak, now sitting in fifth after their 2-0 on the road at Galton United. Ghindon, who have slowed down in recent weeks, lose to Poston 2-0 at home and Peswick Rovers get an impressive 3-1 win over Fillston United.

UICA MD6
Champions Cup
Morstey 3-1 Racing Xinghua Baoyam (4-3 agg)
Globe Cup
Drako Dragons 0-1 Peswick Town (1-2 agg)
Ordbury Athletic 1-1 CF Aeropag (1-2 agg)
Nagelti Rovers 4-0 Twineur Bugs (5-3 agg)
Series B Champions Cup
Dinsdon Town 3-2 Wanko Nocuru (3-5 agg)

Mortsey make a dramatic recovery, winning 3-1 on the night to move within two matches of claiming an astounding Champions Cup spot. Jubilation and disbelief are the buzzwords here. The Globe Cup teams still have two more rounds to go after this, but Peswick Town make it through after a 1-0 win on their trip to Drako Dragons. No such luck for Ordbury Athletic, their journey ending after a 1-1 draw with CF Aeropag not enough to overturn their deficit. Nagelti Rovers pull off one of the great comebacks, bouncing dramatically back from 3-1 loss away at Twineur Bugs with a huge 4-0 in the reverse fixture. Dinsdon Town cannot pull off such a comeback, a 3-2 victory over Wanko Nocuru not enough to keep the last Jeckish side in the SBCC.

MD10
Serbury 1–0 Byton
Yonsolo United 2–2 Loderno Inferno
Fillston United 0–2 Chiddersley
Poston 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Rack City Rangers 3–1 Ghindon
Colanso City 2–0 Ordbury Athletic
Mortsey 2–1 Kyslo
Dinsdon Town 2–1 Galton United
Peswick Town 3–1 Nagelti Rovers
Spindlow 0–1 Panbury Town

The top of the table clash sees Colanso City once again dispel the doubters with a 2-0 win over Ordbury Athletic at Beachside. Two of last years top four also meet, with Peswick Town coming off better on their own turf after a 3-1 win over Nagelti Rovers. Mortsey win yet again, this time a 2-1 at home to Kyslo. Byton remain winless after a 1-0 loss at the hands of Serbury at Centropolis. Rack City Rangers get a 3-1 win at home to Ghindon as they try to stabilize their results after an inconsistent start. There were wins for some of the teams lower down the league, Dinsdon Town triumphing at home against Galton United 2-1, and Chiddersley showing some of the bigger teams how to play away with a 2-0 triumph over Fillston United. Yonsolo United and Loderno Inferno play out an exciting 2-2 draw at Yonsolo. Spindlow's woes continue, with a 1-0 loss at home against Panbury Town, and Poston claim a 2-0 win over Peswick Rovers.

Table Post MD10

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 10 8 1 1 22 7 +15 25
2 Serbury 10 7 1 2 17 7 +10 22
3 Mortsey 10 6 2 2 13 8 +5 20
4 Poston 10 5 4 1 15 7 +8 19
5 Nagelti Rovers 10 6 1 3 16 15 +1 19
6 Ordbury Athletic 10 5 3 2 19 12 +7 18
7 Panbury Town 10 5 2 3 12 13 −1 17
8 Rack City Rangers 10 5 1 4 16 16 0 16
9 Peswick Town 10 4 3 3 17 10 +7 15
10 Peswick Rovers 10 4 1 5 11 15 −4 13
11 Galton United 10 3 3 4 16 17 −1 12
12 Ghindon 10 3 3 4 12 15 −3 12
13 Kyslo 10 3 2 5 16 17 −1 11
14 Chiddersley 10 3 2 5 15 16 −1 11
15 Dinsdon Town 10 3 2 5 10 15 −5 11
16 Yonsolo United 10 2 4 4 14 18 −4 10
17 Loderno Inferno 10 3 1 6 9 19 −10 10
18 Fillston United 10 2 2 6 10 16 −6 8
19 Spindlow 10 2 2 6 8 14 −6 8
20 Byton 10 0 2 8 6 17 −11 2


Colanso City remain top on 25 points, three clear in a surprising and impressive start. Serbury are second after a strong start, and Mortsey have sprung into third with momentum after their poor start. Poston are another side higher than expected, in a Globe Cup spot after ten games. Panbury Town will be happy with seventh, sandwiched between four teams aiming for the top four. Kyslo and Yonsolo United are both lower than they'd like to be, with the latter perhaps experiencing second season syndrome. Not the most serious case of it though, that would have to be Byton, already six adrift of 2nd bottom. Spindlow and Fillston United will both be furious to be in the bottom three, with none of the new sides currently in the relegation zone.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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MD11
Panbury Town 1–2 Serbury
Nagelti Rovers 3–1 Spindlow
Galton United 0–3 Peswick Town
Kyslo 4–1 Dinsdon Town
Ordbury Athletic 0–3 Mortsey
Ghindon 2–0 Colanso City
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Rack City Rangers
Chiddersley 3–2 Poston
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Fillston United
Byton 1–2 Yonsolo United

Some intriguing scorelines this round, Ghindon pulling off a large shock at home, beating Colanso City 2-0. Ordbury Athletic are left red faced in front of their own fans, despite it being against Mortsey a 3-0 home defeat is not acceptable. Mortsey lie two points behind Colanso and Serbury, who move level on points at the top with a 2-1 win over Panbury Town. Nagelti Rovers stay in the top four, with a 3-1 against struggling visitors Spindlow. In the big game at the bottom, Loderno Stadium sees Loderno Inferno and Fillston United play out a 1-1 draw, a reesult which sees the latter remain in the drop zone. Byton continue their woeful run with another home defeat, the fans at Centropolis frustrated after a 2-1 defeat to Yonsolo United. Poston are beginning to lose momentum, with a 3-2 loss at Chiddersley perhaps a sign of a side in decline. Peswick Town's recovery continues with a stellar away performance seeing them run out 3-0 winners over a disjointed Galton United. Rack City Rangers took all three points from Peswick Park with a 2-0 win over Peswick Rovers, and Kyslo thrashed Dinsdon Town 4-1 at The Junction.

UICA MD7
Champions Cup
Mortsey 2-2 Tanrisal
Globe Cup
RGS Athletic 2-1 Peswick Town
Nagelti Rovers 3-1 Padomera

Nobody really thoguht any Jeckish team would make it this far, but here we are, with Mortsey holding their own with a 2-2 at home to Tanrisal of Pasarga. RGS Athletic record a win of 2-1 over Peswick Town in Eastfield Lodge. Nagelti Rovers meanwhile are the pick of the bunch, a big 3-1 win over Padomera of Darmen one which will live fondly in the meories of the fns.

MD!2
Serbury 2–2 Yonsolo United
Fillston United 0–2 Byton
Poston 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Rack City Rangers 3–0 Chiddersley
Colanso City 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Mortsey 4–0 Ghindon
Dinsdon Town 1–0 Ordbury Athletic
Peswick Town 2–1 Kyslo
Spindlow 1–1 Galton United
Panbury Town 0–2 Nagelti Rovers

Byton finally break the duck, fellow strugglers Fillston United beaten 2-0 on their own patch in a tight game. Two other underacheivers, Spindlow and Galton United, draw at Bandrado Stadium, a result which leaves the bottom three four adrift. The side in 17th is Peswick Rovers, who lose 2-0 to a comfortable Colanso City at Beachside. Serbury are held to a 2-2 at home by a Yonsolo United side with fire in their bellies, which paves the way for Mortsey to go second with a 4-0 pasting of Ghindon. Ordbury Athletic hit another low point, a blunt attack seeing Dinsdon Town take a 1-0 at home. Peswick Town continue their steady progress up the league with a 2-1 win over a Kyslo side who will be disappointed by the season so far. Rack City Rangers continued to bear down on the top four with a resounding 3-0 victory over Chiddersley at City Stadium. Nagelti Rovers however will not be budged from that spot at the moment, a resillient Panbury Town eventually caving in to a 2-o home defeat. Loderno Inferno gain another priceless win, 1-0 away at a Poston side who are beginning to fade into mid table mediocrity once more.

UICA MD8
Champions Cup
Tanrisal 1-2 Mortsey (3-4 agg)
Globe Cup
Peswick Town 0-2 RSG Atheltic (1-4 agg)
Padomera 3-2 Nagelti Rovers (4-5 agg)

MORTSEY HAVE QUALIFIED FOR THE CHAMPIONS CUP! In a odds-defying run, the Jeckish champions overcome the final hurdle with a 2-1 away win at Tanrisal to seal a spot in the last 32. Peswick Town are not so fortunate, crashing out after a 2-0 loss at home to RSG Athletic saw a comfortable defeat on aggregate. Nagelti Rovers were unable to stop Padomera from a 3-2 home win, but got through on aggregate, meaning they could seal and unlikely qualification to the Globe Cup in two games.

MD13
Nagelti Rovers 1–2 Serbury
Galton United 0–1 Panbury Town
Kyslo 3–0 Spindlow
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Peswick Town
Ghindon 2–1 Dinsdon Town
Peswick Rovers 0–1 Mortsey
Chiddersley 2–1 Colanso City
Loderno Inferno 0–1 Rack City Rangers
Byton 0–1 Poston
Yonsolo United 2–1 Fillston United

Colanso City vacate the top sport for the first time since the second matchday, a trip to Chiddersley ending in a surprise 2-1 defeat which further improves the Chids' record. Mortsey are the new leaders, taking control after a surprisingly nervy 1-0 victory at Peswick Rovers. Serbury move second in the top of the table clash, Paser Park seeing the home side beat Nagelti Rovers 2-1. This paved the way for Rack City Rangers to move into a Globe Cup spot with a 1-0 victory at Loderno Inferno. The big strugglers also did battle at Hillside, Ordbury Athletic coming out ontop after a 1-0 win over Peswick Town. Poston hold sixth after a 1-0 win at a hapless Byton, who can at least take consolation from the fact that Fillston lost 2-1 at Yonsolo United and Spindlow 3-0 at Kyslo. Galton United continued their struggles with a 1-0 home defeat to Panbury Town, whereas two promoted sides clashed at Ottey Street, Ghidno 2-1 winners against Dinsdon Town,


MD14
Serbury 1–1 Fillston United
Poston 0–0 Yonsolo United
Rack City Rangers 1–2 Byton
Colanso City 2–0 Loderno Inferno
Mortsey 2–0 Chiddersley
Dinsdon Town 0–0 Peswick Rovers
Peswick Town 2–2 Ghindon
Spindlow 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Panbury Town 1–0 Kyslo
Nagelti Rovers 4–1 Galton United

Mortsey remain a point clear at the top after a 2-0 win at Grislip Arena against Chiddersley. Serbury drop to third after Fillston United put in a spirited travelling performance to earn a 1-1 draw. The gap in second is filled by Colanso City, who beat Loderno Inferono 2-0 at the fortress that is Beachside. Byton go against form, ability, and home advantage to beat Rack City Rangers 2-1 for only their second win this season. Spindlow complete the bottom three teams gaining at least a point with a 1-1 draw at home against an Ordbury Athletic side showing the beginnings of a freefall. Nagelit Rovers snatch back fourth with a big 4-1 home win that leaves their opponents Galton United precariously close to the bottom three. Peswick Town continue to struggle, a 2-2 draw at Peswick Park one htat will delight the Ghindon side. Panbury Town get a good win, a 1-0 at home over Kyslo. Two bore draws are played this week, Dinsdon Town hosting Peswick Rovers and Poston hosting Yonsolo United.

UICA MD9
Magneus City 1-1 Nagelti Rovers
Nagelti's final obstacle to reaching the Globe Cup is Magneus City of The Inevitable Syndicate, and they travel there for a valued 1-1 draw.


MD15
Galton United 3–4 Serbury
Kyslo 2–0 Nagelti Rovers
Ordbury Athletic 0–0 Panbury Town
Ghindon 1–2 Spindlow
Peswick Rovers 0–3 Peswick Town
Chiddersley 3–1 Dinsdon Town
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Mortsey
Byton 1–3 Colanso City
Yonsolo United 0–1 Rack City Rangers
Fillston United 4–0 Poston

Some odd results this week, as Colanso City return to the summit following a 3-1 away win at poor old Byton. Mortsey go second after a solid Loderno Inferno perfomrance saw them fight for a 1-1 draw. The Pewick derby was feisty as ever, with Rovers the 'home' team easily beaten 3-0 by Town. Fillston United leaped out of the bottom three in style, their 4-0 spanking of Poston at Pegglamento Park doing more than just raising a few eyebrows. Galton United drop into their spot, after a heroic effort not enough to stop visitors Serbury from a 4-3 win. Rack City Rangers make hard work of a trip to Carcillo, Yonsolo United eventually losing 1-0. Chiddersley cruised to a 3-1 victory against Dinsdon Town at Nillston, with Spindlow contiuing to fight back at relegation with a 2-1 away win at Ghindon. Nagelti Rovers are defeated at The Junction 2-0 by an effecient Kyslo side, whilst Ordbury Atheltic once again fail to win, with a 0-0 at home to Panbury Town.

Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 15 11 1 3 30 12 +18 34
2 Mortsey 15 10 3 2 24 9 +15 33
3 Serbury 15 10 3 2 28 15 +13 33
4 Rack City Rangers 15 9 1 5 24 18 +6 28
5 Nagelti Rovers 15 9 1 5 26 21 +5 28
6 Peswick Town 15 7 4 4 27 14 +13 25
7 Panbury Town 15 7 3 5 15 17 −2 24
8 Ordbury Athletic 15 6 5 4 21 17 +4 23
9 Poston 15 6 5 4 18 15 +3 23
10 Kyslo 15 6 2 7 26 21 +5 20
11 Chiddersley 15 6 2 7 23 25 −2 20
12 Ghindon 15 5 4 6 19 24 −5 19
13 Yonsolo United 15 4 6 5 20 23 −3 18
14 Dinsdon Town 15 4 3 8 14 24 −10 15
15 Loderno Inferno 15 4 3 8 12 24 −12 15
16 Peswick Rovers 15 4 2 9 11 23 −12 14
17 Fillston United 15 3 4 8 17 22 −5 13
18 Galton United 15 3 4 8 21 30 −9 13
19 Spindlow 15 3 4 8 13 23 −10 13
20 Byton 15 2 2 11 12 24 −12 8


Colanso City are not a flash in the pan. They have a one point lead over Mortsey and an impressive Serbury, with these three clubs breaking away at the top. Rack City Rangers and Nagelti Rovers are currently scrapping for 4th, with teams from Peswick Town and Ordbury Athletic to Panbury Town and Poston sniffing around just behind. Only Byton are isolated in what is fast becoming a wide open relegation battle.


UICA MD10
Globe Cup
Nagelti Rovers 0-0 Magnaeus City (1-1 agg, Nagelti through on away goals)
Nagelti Rovers do the remarkable in their debut UICA season, a deadlock at home getting them through on away goals.

MD16
Serbury 1–1 Poston
Rack City Rangers 3–1 Fillston United
Colanso City 1–0 Yonsolo United
Mortsey 2–0 Byton
Dinsdon Town 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Peswick Town 2–1 Chiddersley
Spindlow 3–0 Peswick Rovers
Panbury Town 3–1 Ghindon
Nagelti Rovers 2–1 Ordbury Athletic
Galton United 3–2 Kyslo

Colanso City are pushed to the limit by Yonsol United, but are able to win 1-0 at Beachside and maintain their lead. Mortsey are more comfortable at Grislip Arena with their 2-0 win over Byton. Serbury lose ground after Poston get a 1-1 at Paser Park. Spindlow leap to 15th with a resounding 3-0 home win over a Peswick Rovers side now in the bottom three. Galton United also stop their rot, a 3-2 over an underwhelming Kyslo at Galton Beach meaning Fillston United slip all the way down to 19th after a 3-1 loss at Rack City Rangers. Nagelti Rovers add to Ordbury Athletic's woes, a 2-1 at Handurai the last thing the Owls would have wanted. Panbury Town keep a strong top half position with a 3-1 win over Ghindon, and Dinsdon Town lose 1-0 at home to Loderno Inferno in a match which could porve important later on in the season.

MD17
Kyslo 1–1 Serbury
Ordbury Athletic 2–1 Galton United
Ghindon 2–1 Nagelti Rovers
Peswick Rovers 0–1 Panbury Town
Chiddersley 2–1 Spindlow
Loderno Inferno 0–4 Peswick Town
Byton 3–2 Dinsdon Town
Yonsolo United 0–1 Mortsey
Fillston United 0–3 Colanso City
Poston 2–0 Rack City Rangers

Fillston United are abject, with Colanso City brushing them aside easily with a 3-0 win at Pegglamento Park. Mortsey have a tougher time, a spirited Yonsol United side making them sweat for their 1-0 away win. Nagelti Rovers lose 2-1 at Ghindon, who play out of their skins, and Rack City Rangers are humbled at a strong Poston, who prevail 2-0. This is an oppourtunity for Peswick Town, who seize it, beating Loderno Inferno 4-0 away to come back up to the top four. Byton are edging closer to the rest of the pack with a 3-2 win at Centropolis against a Dinsdon Town side who are in the thick of the battle themselves. Spindlow find no such result, losing 2-1 away at Chiddersley. Ordbury Athletic beat Galton United 2-1 at Hillside.

MD18
Serbury 1–1 Rack City Rangers
Colanso City 4–1 Poston
Mortsey 0–1 Fillston United
Dinsdon Town 0–4 Yonsolo United
Peswick Town 0–3 Byton
Spindlow 1–0 Loderno Inferno
Panbury Town 1–0 Chiddersley
Nagelti Rovers 3–0 Peswick Rovers
Galton United 1–0 Ghindon
Kyslo 3–3 Ordbury Athletic

Serbury and Rack City Rangers contest a fiery battle, in the end the shares are spoilt as the teams leave Paser Park with a 1-1 draw. Mortsey fall to a big shcok results, their subdued performance leading to a 1-0 home defeat to Fillston United, who are propelled out of the relegation zone. This means Coanso City can take a commanding four point lead, and they do so with a commanding 4-1 win over Poston at home. Dinsdon Town fall to the bottom three after a 4-0 battering from Yonsolo United at Falchum Park. However, the shock result of the day is Peswick Town losing a whopping 3-0 at home to Byton, a result which sends rippled through the league and finally allows Byton to move up from bottom. Peswick Rovers are the new occupants of the foot of the table, a 3-0 away loss to Nagelti Rovers sealing that position and putting Nagelti Rovers in the top four. Two underachievers played out a thrilling high scoring draw as Kyslo and Ordbury Athletic ended up 3-3 at The Junction. Galton United put further distance between themselves and the bottom end of the table with 1-0 win over Ghindon at Galton Beach. Panbury Town conntiued their prolific campaign with a 1-0 home win over Chiddersley.


MD19
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Serbury
Ghindon 0–1 Kyslo
Peswick Rovers 4–2 Galton United
Chiddersley 0–2 Nagelti Rovers
Loderno Inferno 2–1 Panbury Town
Byton 2–2 Spindlow
Yonsolo United 1–1 Peswick Town
Fillston United 6–2 Dinsdon Town
Poston 0–1 Mortsey
Rack City Rangers 0–1 Colanso City

Rack City Rangers lost a key game at home against Colanso City, who will be delighted to come away from City Stadium with a 1-0 win. A remarkable game at Peggalamento Park saw Fillston United wallop a jaded Dinsdon Town side to the tune of 6-2, a result which couple with Peswick Rovers ruthless 4-2 win over Galton United at Peswick Park puts the Ligue Deuce champions in a difficult place. Panbury Town lost 2-1 at Loderno INferno in a result surprising given their incredible season thus far. Mortsey had to work hard for their win, eventually coming up trumps at Poston's Memorial Park with a 1-0 win. Byton continued to dispel their earlier form with a 2-2 at home against fellow strugglers Spindlow. Serbury are held to a 2-2 draw at Hillside by an Ordbury Atheltic side showing a taste of it's former glory. Kyslo scrapped for a 1-0 victory at Ghindon, whilst Nagelti Rovers had an easier game at Chiddersley, coming out 2-0 victors. Peswick Town were frustrated, as Yonsolo United put in another strong home performance to end up with a 1-1 draw.

[  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 19 15 1 3 39 13 +26 46
2 Mortsey 19 13 3 3 28 10 +18 42
3 Serbury 19 10 7 2 33 20 +13 37
4 Nagelti Rovers 19 12 1 6 34 24 +10 37
5 Panbury Town 19 10 3 6 21 20 +1 33
6 Peswick Town 19 9 5 5 34 19 +15 32
7 Rack City Rangers 19 10 2 7 28 23 +5 32
8 Ordbury Athletic 19 7 7 5 29 25 +4 28
9 Poston 19 7 6 6 22 21 +1 27
10 Kyslo 19 7 4 8 33 28 +5 25
11 Chiddersley 19 7 2 10 26 31 −5 23
12 Yonsolo United 19 5 7 7 25 26 −1 22
13 Ghindon 19 6 4 9 22 30 −8 22
14 Loderno Inferno 19 6 3 10 15 30 −15 21
15 Spindlow 19 5 5 9 20 27 −7 20
16 Fillston United 19 5 4 10 25 30 −5 19
17 Galton United 19 5 4 10 28 38 −10 19
18 Peswick Rovers 19 5 2 12 15 32 −17 17
19 Byton 19 4 3 12 20 30 −10 15
20 Dinsdon Town 19 4 3 12 18 38 −20 15


Not even many Coanso City fans dared to dream of the title, but it might just happen, with a four point lead at halfway. However there are a wealth of clubs below, not least Mortsey, who could usurp them. Serbury are fighting for a UICA spot in third, with Nagelti Rovers in fourth. Panbury Town are just four points away from a Globe Cup spot after who can only be described as a sensational season, with Peswick Town still searching for form, Rack City fading, and Ordbury Atheltic a shadow of their former selves. Kyslo will be gutted in tenth, whilst Ghindon and Chiddersley will be happy with their first seasons so far. The same cannot be said for Dinsdon Town, who prop up the table at the halfway stage. Byton and Peswick Rovers are the other teams currently in the dreaded zone, but Galton United, Fillston United, and Spindlow are all underacheived and still very much in danger.
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MD20
Serbury 0–3 Colanso City
Rack City Rangers 1–0 Mortsey
Poston 1–0 Dinsdon Town
Fillston United 0–1 Peswick Town
Yonsolo United 3–1 Spindlow
Byton 0–1 Panbury Town
Loderno Inferno 1–4 Nagelti Rovers
Chiddersley 1–1 Galton United
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Kyslo
Ghindon 1–2 Ordbury Athletic

The second half of the season beings with some intriguing games. Serbury vs. Colanso City is a surprisingly one sides affair, with the visitors Colanos destructive in their 3-0 win. Rack City Rangers cam up with a strong performance to see of Mortsey, winning 1-0 at City Stadium to give Colanso an impressive seven point lead at the top. Nagelti Rovers reamin fourth, a trip to Loderno Stadium resulting in Loderno Inferno being flattened 4-1. Peswick Town kept up the chase with a 1-0 win at Fillston United. Poston eked out bottom club Dinsdon Town 1-0 in a close game at Memorial Park. Ordbury Athletic will be hoping the second half f the season brings better fortunes, and they made the right start with a 2-1 win at Ghindon. Yonsolo United continued a good run with a 3-1 win over Spindlow, as Byton failed to get a point against Panbury Town, going down 1-0 at Centropolis. Peswick Rovers and Kyslo played out a 1-1 draw at Peswick Park.



MD21
Ghindon 1–1 Serbury
Ordbury Athletic 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Kyslo 0–2 Chiddersley
Galton United 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Nagelti Rovers 5–1 Byton
Panbury Town 2–3 Yonsolo United
Spindlow 4–2 Fillston United
Peswick Town 0–0 Poston
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Rack City Rangers
Mortsey 3–2 Colanso City

In arguably the biggest game of the season so far, Mortsey emerge victorious at Grislip Arena, a 3-2 victory over Colanso City enough to cut hte visitors lead to 4 points. Nagelti Rovers show off their quality at Handurai, with a 5-1 victory over Byton the result. This puts the Bears bottom as Dinsdon Town battle to a 1-1 draw at Falchum Park against Rack City Rangers. Serbury remain fourth but yet again drop points, Ghindon this time the benefactors as they hosted a 1-1 draw. Peswick Town were unable to close the gap, a bore draw at home against Poston cause for disappointment. Kyslo will also feel this way, after a 2-0 home defeat by a disciplined Chiddersley side. Panbury Town were usurped at Baker Street, Yonsol Uinted coming away with a 3-2 win. Galton United and Loderno Inferno played out a 1-1 draw as boh aim to move away from the relegation zone, which Peswick Rovers are unable to escape due to a 2-0 loss away at the hands of Ordbury Athletic. In another key game at the bottom, Spindlow throw caution to the wind in a 4-2 win over Fillston United.

MD22
Serbury 1–0 Mortsey
Colanso City 1–0 Dinsdon Town
Rack City Rangers 3–2 Peswick Town
Poston 0–0 Spindlow
Fillston United 3–2 Panbury Town
Yonsolo United 2–2 Nagelti Rovers
Byton 1–1 Galton United
Loderno Inferno 2–1 Kyslo
Chiddersley 0–0 Ordbury Athletic
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Ghindon

A quirk of the schedule means Mortsey have another huge game against Serbury to contend with. and cannot cope, the score at Paser Park 1-0 to the hosts. Colanso have trouble with a spirited Dinsdon Town side, but get the victory to go seven points clear, if Mortsey had lost to them it'd be 13. Byton's draw at home against Galton United means Dinsdon Town drop back to the bottom, with Galton United floundering in 17th. Nagelti Rovers miss a chance to go second, with Yonsolo United holding them to a 2-2 away draw. Some of the lower teams got important victories today, with Fillston United beating Panbury Town 3-2 at home and Loderno Inferno beating Kyslo at home 2-1. There was no such luck for Peswick Rovers, who will be disappointed with a 2-0 home defeat to Ghindon. Chiddersley and Ordbury Athletic play out a dull 0-0 at Nillston, and Poston host Spindlow in a similar game with the same result.

MD23
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Serbury
Ghindon 1–1 Chiddersley
Ordbury Athletic 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Kyslo 2–1 Byton
Galton United 0–3 Yonsolo United
Nagelti Rovers 1–3 Fillston United
Panbury Town 2–0 Poston
Spindlow 1–1 Rack City Rangers
Peswick Town 2–1 Colanso City
Dinsdon Town 2–4 Mortsey

Peswick Town continue to chase an elusive UICA spot, and a win against Colanso will certainly help, the 2-1 coming at Peswick Park. Mortsey move to tighten the gap back to four points with a 4-2 at Dinsdon. Serbury claim a 2-0 win at Peswick Rovers to try to cement their position, with Nagelti Rovers faltering after a 3-1 defeat and Handurai against Fillston United, who move further clear of the drop zone. Rack City Rangers lose ground after grinding out a 1-1 away at Spindlow. Yonsolo United comfortably beat Galton United 3-0 at Carcillo and move into the top half, but thier opponents escape with only a missed oppourtunity as noe of the sides beloow them get any points. Kyslo beat Byton 2-1 at The Junction, whilst the two most sucessful promoted clubs, Ghindon and Chiddersley, play out a 1-1 draw at Ottey Street. Panbury Town continue to impress after beating Poston 2-0 at home, and Ordbury Athletic slide to a 1-0 home defeat to Loderno Inferno.

MD24
Serbury 2–0 Dinsdon Town
Mortsey 3–1 Peswick Town
Colanso City 1–3 Spindlow
Rack City Rangers 0–1 Panbury Town
Poston 1–0 Nagelti Rovers
Fillston United 1–2 Galton United
Yonsolo United 3–2 Kyslo
Byton 0–1 Ordbury Athletic
Loderno Inferno 2–1 Ghindon
Chiddersley 2–1 Peswick Rovers

Colanso City capitulate to a rare home defeat, with Spindlow the surprise 3-1 winners,
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JPL Final Standings      Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 38 25 3 10 75 39 +36 78
2 Mortsey 38 24 4 10 71 36 +35 76
3 Peswick Town 38 20 7 11 64 38 +26 67
4 Serbury 38 19 10 9 65 42 +23 67
5 Nagelti Rovers 38 19 8 11 68 52 +16 65
6 Rack City Rangers 38 18 8 12 65 54 +11 62
7 Yonsolo United 38 16 10 12 59 49 +10 58
8 Panbury Town 38 17 6 15 48 49 −1 57
9 Kyslo 38 16 8 14 63 47 +16 56
10 Ghindon 38 15 8 15 55 56 −1 53
11 Poston 38 13 11 14 38 46 −8 50
12 Galton United 38 13 10 15 54 65 −11 49
13 Loderno Inferno 38 15 4 19 42 61 −19 49
14 Ordbury Athletic 38 13 9 16 48 57 −9 48
15 Chiddersley 38 11 12 15 51 62 −11 45
16 Peswick Rovers 38 12 5 21 31 64 −33 41
17 Spindlow 38 10 9 19 48 65 −17 39
18 Fillston United 38 10 7 21 57 69 −12 37
19 Byton 38 10 7 21 42 58 −16 37
20 Dinsdon Town 38 7 8 23 38 73 −35 29
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
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Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Entown 42 27 10 5 82 42 +40 91
2 Motwick 42 28 5 9 72 35 +37 89
3 Erathon 42 23 8 11 85 49 +36 77
4 Clyville Albion 42 22 10 10 71 39 +32 76
5 Wardson Wanderers 42 18 17 7 72 40 +32 71
6 Lingham City 42 20 10 12 72 52 +20 70
7 Hindleston Wanderers 42 20 7 15 57 42 +15 67
8 Walslow 42 17 12 13 55 41 +14 63
9 Obstyne 42 17 9 16 65 59 +6 60
10 Rack Rovers 42 15 13 14 60 58 +2 58
11 Fental 42 17 7 18 65 66 −1 58
12 Lingham Lions 42 13 14 15 48 58 −10 53
13 Blarton United 42 13 14 15 54 67 −13 53
14 Darmborough 42 16 4 22 46 67 −21 52
15 Rasque Rovers 42 14 9 19 44 60 −16 51
16 Golsbury United 42 15 6 21 45 67 −22 51
17 Halsos Rovers 42 14 5 23 53 67 −14 47
18 Senlica 42 12 10 20 50 69 −19 46
19 Gykolia 42 12 8 22 42 67 −25 44
20 Pinsry Town 42 12 6 24 53 74 −21 42
21 Lidstow & Harkenbury 42 11 7 24 54 78 −24 40
22 Welchby Wanderers 42 8 5 29 33 81 −48 29
Winners: N/A
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Jeckish Premier League     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 38 24 6 8 80 47 +33 78 Champions, CC
2 Rack City Rangers 38 20 8 10 71 51 +20 68 GC
3 Nagelti Rovers 38 18 13 7 68 46 +22 67 GC
4 Peswick Town 38 19 8 11 61 48 +13 65 GC

5 Panbury Town 38 17 12 9 60 46 +14 63
6 Mortsey 38 16 13 9 52 35 +17 61
7 Serbury 38 16 10 12 64 52 +12 58
8 Kyslo 38 16 10 12 57 45 +12 58
9 Yonsolo United 38 15 12 11 57 49 +8 57
10 Ordbury Athletic 38 15 11 12 60 53 +7 56
11 Galton United 38 16 8 14 48 51 −3 56
12 Motwick 38 13 8 17 59 68 −9 47
13 Peswick Rovers 38 12 8 18 46 56 −10 44
14 Entown 38 12 8 18 49 72 −23 44
15 Spindlow 38 10 11 17 49 57 −8 41
16 Loderno Inferno 38 10 11 17 49 65 −16 41
17 Poston 38 11 7 20 58 71 −13 40
18 Ghindon 38 10 8 20 49 60 −11 38 Relegated
19 Chiddersley 38 10 7 21 42 69 −27 37 Relegated
20 Erathon 38 5 11 22 36 74 −38 26 Relegated
Winners: N/A
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Well, last season Colanso City took the JPL by storm, nabbing the title from Mortsey. As Motwick, Entown, and Erathon join the league, it'll certainly be a great season at both ends of the table. With the inherant randomness of this league, who knows what JPL 4 might bring?

Matchday 1
Chiddersley 1–0 Ghindon
Spindlow 0–2 Rack City Rangers
Poston 1–2 Colanso City
Entown 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Erathon 0–1 Galton United
Motwick 3–1 Yonsolo United
Ordbury Athletic 2–0 Serbury
Peswick Town 0–1 Panbury Town
Kyslo 2–2 Nagelti Rovers
Mortsey 3–0 Loderno Inferno

In glorious sunshine, the eagerly anticipated fourth JPL season kicked off, and it was Mortsey who started the best, with a routine 3-0 win over Loderno Inferno putting them top - not that it matters much at this stage, of course. Champions Colanso City navigated a potential banana skin away at Poston, coming away with a 2-1 victory that was closer than the Surfers would have wanted. A couple of shock results this week - but aren't there always in this league? Peswick Town will be gutted to lose at home to a Panbury Town side keen to build on last season's top half finish. Two of the three new sides won, including Motwick, who stunned Yonsolo United with a 3-1 win. Ordbury Athletic showed signs of resurgence, with a 2-0 win over Serbury showing their credentials. Kyslo played out the only draw of the round, a 2-2 with fellow UICA hopefuls Nagelti Rovers.

Matchday 2
Ghindon 4–2 Loderno Inferno
Nagelti Rovers 0–0 Mortsey
Panbury Town 0–0 Kyslo
Serbury 3–0 Peswick Town
Yonsolo United 1–3 Ordbury Athletic
Galton United 1–0 Motwick
Peswick Rovers 1–0 Erathon
Colanso City 4–0 Entown
Rack City Rangers 2–1 Poston
Chiddersley 0–2 Spindlow

Only four of the nine teams who won on the first day repeated the feat this time around. Colanso City are top of the pile, meaningless as it may be, after routing Entown 4-0 at home. Peswick Town are second from bottom after an embarrassing defeat. Going to Serbury is never easy, but they'll be gutted to have lost 3-0. Panbury Town and Kyslo play out a 0-0 bore draw, as do Nagelti Rovers and Mortsey in what promised to be an exciting top of the table clash. Rack City Rangers scrape past Psotn, winning 2-1 on a controversial penalty decision. Ordbury Athletic continue their good start, winning again 3-1 at Yonsolo United, who remain yet to pick up a point.

Matchday 3
Spindlow 1–0 Ghindon
Poston 1–1 Chiddersley
Entown 1–4 Rack City Rangers
Erathon 1–2 Colanso City
Motwick 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Ordbury Athletic 3–0 Galton United
Peswick Town 2–0 Yonsolo United
Kyslo 0–0 Serbury
Mortsey 1–1 Panbury Town
Loderno Inferno 2–2 Nagelti Rovers

The old guard of Jeckish football seem to be having a resurgance this season, with Rack City Rangers and Ordbury Athletic both winning by three goals to extend their 100% records. The only other team to have this record is Colanso City, who beat Erathon 2-1 to keep the top spot. At the other end, something has to give with Peswick Town and Yonsolo United both on two losses. It is the Millers who get a 2-0 win, condemning Yonsolo to bottom of the table. At least they've got Erathon to keep them company on 0 points. Kyslo and Nagelti Rovers both continue their runs of drawing every game, with the pair the only to have held this feat since the first matchday, when they drew against each other. Mortsey will be disappointed to have dropped points, with Panbury Town visiting and getting a 1-1 draw.

Matchday 4
Ghindon 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Panbury Town 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Serbury 1–0 Mortsey
Yonsolo United 2–1 Kyslo
Galton United 1–1 Peswick Town
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Ordbury Athletic
Colanso City 1–0 Motwick
Rack City Rangers 4–1 Erathon
Chiddersley 2–0 Entown
Spindlow 3–0 Poston

The top three teams all win to keep their flawless records, although Rack City Rangers now have the lead after a 4-1 win over pointless Erathon. The Elephants are now the only side without a point, after Yonsolo United broke their duck with a 2-1 win over Kyslo, who in turn broke their own drawing record - in the wrong way. Nagelti Rovers managed to keep theirs up though, with a 1-1 result away at Ghindon. Mortsey continue their iffy start to the season, although a loss away at Serbury is excusable. Spindlow, whose under-par season last year saw them narrowly avoiding relegation, are doing well, going fourth after a 3-0 home win over Poston, who have only a point to their name. Peswick Town fail to pick up all three points, drawing 1-1 at Galton United.

Matchday 5
Poston 1–1 Ghindon
Entown 1–0 Spindlow
Erathon 2–2 Chiddersley
Motwick 0–2 Rack City Rangers
Ordbury Athletic 0–0 Colanso City
Peswick Town 2–1 Peswick Rovers
Kyslo 3–0 Galton United
Mortsey 4–1 Yonsolo United
Loderno Inferno 0–2 Serbury
Nagelti Rovers 3–2 Panbury Town

Something has to give in the big game, with Ordbury Athletic hosting Colanso City in what looks a mouthwatering clash. Sadly, a tenacious affair ends a goalless draw, and Rack City Rangers capitalise, with a 2-0 win over Motwick doing the business for them. In the other big game (blimey!), Peswick Town are triumphant in the Peswick derby, the "home" team winning 2-1 over their Rovers neighbours (or should I say flatmates?). Yonsolo United's woes continue, as Mortsey attempt to get their season well and truly underway, with this 4-1 win no doubt helping them to do that. Nagelti Rovers finally break the spell and do not draw, beating Panbury Town in a 3-2 thriller. Kyslo are also off the mark in terms of wins, beating Galton United comfortably 3-0 at home.

Table
Jeckish Premier League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Rack City Rangers 5 5 0 0 14 3 +11 15
2 Ordbury Athletic 5 4 1 0 10 1 +9 13
3 Colanso City 5 4 1 0 9 2 +7 13
4 Serbury 5 3 1 1 6 2 +4 10
5 Spindlow 5 3 0 2 6 3 +3 9
6 Mortsey 5 2 2 1 8 3 +5 8
7 Chiddersley 5 2 2 1 6 5 +1 8
8 Nagelti Rovers 5 1 4 0 8 7 +1 7
9 Peswick Town 5 2 1 2 5 6 −1 7
10 Galton United 5 2 1 2 3 7 −4 7
11 Kyslo 5 1 3 1 6 4 +2 6
12 Motwick 5 2 0 3 5 5 0 6
Panbury Town 5 1 3 1 5 5 0 6
14 Entown 5 2 0 3 4 10 −6 6
15 Ghindon 5 1 2 2 6 6 0 5
16 Peswick Rovers 5 1 0 4 2 8 −6 3
17 Yonsolo United 5 1 0 4 5 13 −8 3
18 Poston 5 0 2 3 4 9 −5 2
19 Loderno Inferno 5 0 2 3 5 12 −7 2
20 Erathon 5 0 1 4 4 10 −6 1

Doesn't mean much at this stage, but you can see how some teams will be overjoyed with their starts, whilst others will be looking to power up higher ASAP.

Matchday 6
Ghindon 4–2 Panbury Town
Serbury 2–2 Nagelti Rovers
Yonsolo United 2–1 Loderno Inferno
Galton United 2–0 Mortsey
Peswick Rovers 3–0 Kyslo
Colanso City 3–0 Peswick Town
Rack City Rangers 2–2 Ordbury Athletic
Chiddersley 1–5 Motwick
Spindlow 2–0 Erathon
Poston 6–1 Entown

Rack City Rangers face Ordbury Athletic, and unlike last week this big game is actually worth wathcing, with an end-to-end battle ending (har har) in a 2-2 draw, Rack City's first dropped points of the season. They stay top on goal difference from Colanso City, who romp past a hapless Peswick Town 3-0 to consign their opponents to 12th. Meanwhile in Poston, the home side, who have been miserable all season, suddenly turn in a performance for the ages to thrash Entown 6-1, a margin only surpassed by that famous victory for Clyville Albion, 7-1 over Mortsey. Speaking of Mortsey, they're still on a poor run, with Galton United continuing their good start with a 2-0 win over the two time champions. Motwick have also stamped their authority on this league, with a 5-1 away win over a shambolic Chiddersley letting the rest of the league know that they're here to stay. Nagelti Rovers are back in the draws, with a cracker 2-2 away at Serbury.

Matchday 7
Entown 1–1 Ghindon
Erathon 3–1 Poston
Motwick 2–2 Spindlow
Ordbury Athletic 3–0 Chiddersley
Peswick Town 2–1 Rack City Rangers
Kyslo 1–3 Colanso City
Mortsey 1–4 Peswick Rovers
Loderno Inferno 2–3 Galton United
Nagelti Rovers 1–1 Yonsolo United
Panbury Town 1–1 Serbury

Well well well. Where to begin? Peswick Town ended Rack City Rangers unbeaten run with a last gasp 2-1 victory, allowing Colanso City to open up a two point lead with their stellar 3-1 away win over Kyslo. Mortsey put in their most embarassing performance since that unforgettable day in Clyville, losing 4-1 AT HOME to Peswick Rovers. The Wasps had a fantastic game, gaining their third win of the season. Ordbury Athleitc kept up the pressure at the top, a 3-0 win over Chiddersley showing that last season was no more than an oversized blip. Nagelti Rovers draw AGAIN, this time at home to Yonsolo United, a result the Wolves will be delighted with. Loderno Inferno are still yet to win, a rampant Galton United attack meaning a 3-2 vicotyr for the visitors and bottom for the hosts. Poston are back to losing ways, with a 3-1 defeat to Erathon. Despite this, Erathon are still below Poston in the relegation zone.

Matchday 8
Ghindon 2–0 Serbury
Yonsolo United 6–1 Panbury Town
Galton United 2–1 Nagelti Rovers
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Loderno Inferno
Colanso City 1–0 Mortsey
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Kyslo
Chiddersley 0–2 Peswick Town
Spindlow 5–1 Ordbury Athletic
Poston 5–2 Motwick
Entown 4–0 Erathon

Some high scoring games here, with the biggest victory coming for Yonsolo United, who were ruthless in their 6-1 demolition of Panbury Town, who still have only one win and are struggling to repeat the lofty heights of last season. Ordbury Athleitc also suffered a major setback - by playing like they had last season, and consequently coming back from surprise package Spindlow with a 5-1 defeat. Poston also rediscovered the form that caused that big win a couple of weeks ago, this time beating Motwick to the tune of 5-2. Colanso City use Ordbury's mistake to go three points clear with a 1-0 win over Mortsey, who have now lost three on the trot. Colanso can thank their defence for their blistering start, having only conceded 3 goals in their 8 games. Rack City Rangers moved into second with a 2-0 win over Kyslo. Loderno Inferno are off the bottom spot with a 2-0 win over Peswick Rovers their first of the season. Their place is taken by Erathon, who are pummelled 4-0 by fellow rookies Entown.

Matchday 9
Erathon 1–2 Ghindon
Motwick 1–0 Entown
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Poston
Peswick Town 2–0 Spindlow
Kyslo 1–0 Chiddersley
Mortsey 1–1 Rack City Rangers
Loderno Inferno 1–0 Colanso City
Nagelti Rovers 3–1 Peswick Rovers
Panbury Town 1–1 Galton United
Serbury 1–1 Yonsolo United

What a result! Buoyed by last weeks win, Loderno Inferno battle to a 1-0 victory over the defending champions and as of yet unbeaten Colanso City. It's not all gloom for the Surfers though, with their gap only dropping by one point after Rack City Rangers drew 1-1 with Mortsey, who finally broke their losing streak but are still stranded in the lower reaches of the table. Ordbury Athletic failed to put the game to bed, drawing 2-2 with a Poston side they really should have beaten. Galton United move ahead of Spindlow into the final Globe Cup spot, with their 1-1 draw away at Panbury Town enough thanks to their adversaries 2-0 loss at Peswick Town, who moved level on points with the Spids. Panbury Town are now in the drop zone alongside Chiddersley, who lost 1-0 at Kyslo, but both are four points clear of Erathonm whose 2-1 home loss to Ghindon compunds their miserable start to this season.

Matchday 10
Ghindon 0–0 Yonsolo United
Galton United 1–0 Serbury
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Panbury Town
Colanso City 4–1 Nagelti Rovers
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Loderno Inferno
Chiddersley 1–4 Mortsey
Spindlow 1–2 Kyslo
Poston 1–4 Peswick Town
Entown 1–3 Ordbury Athletic
Erathon 2–0 Motwick

Nagelti Rovers haven't had a good start, with their drawing meaning they've only won two of their first nine - make that ten, as Colanso City tear them to shreds en route to a 4-1 victory. Mortsey are also victorious by the same scoreline, with relief the buzzword after their away win at Chiddersley. The Chids are now only one point from bottom, owing to Erathon's second win over the season over Motwick 2-0. You never know which Poston is going to turn up this season, and this time it was the bad one, with Peswick Town the third of the 4-1 victors this week. Galton United ward them off to stay in their Globe Cup spot, with a 1-0 win over a struggling Serbury.
Winners: N/A
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League Deuce             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Fillston United 42 27 7 8 75 33 +42 88
2 Obstyne 42 21 11 10 62 49 +13 74
3 Rasque Rovers 42 22 7 13 60 52 +8 73
4 Byton 42 21 9 12 75 42 +33 72
5 Fental 42 18 12 12 72 52 +20 66
6 Clyville Albion 42 19 9 14 61 49 +12 66
7 Rack Rovers 42 17 14 11 61 57 +4 65
8 Lingham City 42 18 10 14 72 55 +17 64
9 Hindleston Wanderers 42 17 11 14 62 61 +1 62
10 Walslow 42 18 8 16 49 51 −2 62
11 Wardson Wanderers 42 16 12 14 64 54 +10 60
12 Dinsdon Town 42 16 12 14 64 58 +6 60
13 Senlica 42 14 14 14 54 59 −5 56
14 Darmborough 42 16 7 19 56 66 −10 55
15 Halsos Rovers 42 14 10 18 52 60 −8 52
16 Blarton United 42 13 13 16 49 61 −12 52
17 Nasley 42 12 11 19 53 71 −18 47
18 Malthern Town 42 10 15 17 47 59 −12 45
19 Lingham Lions 42 10 14 18 39 53 −14 44
20 Golsbury United 42 10 11 21 45 66 −21 41
21 Poddston 42 10 8 24 46 73 −27 38
22 Yachvee Town 42 5 11 26 35 72 −37 26
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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JPL Season 5

Postby Jeckland » Sat Apr 04, 2020 11:52 pm

Jeckish Premier League     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso City 38 26 7 5 73 34 +39 85 Champions, CL, CEdC
2 Kyslo 38 21 9 8 76 46 +30 72 CC, CEdC
3 Rack City Rangers 38 19 9 10 62 47 +15 66 CC
4 Nagelti Rovers 38 19 8 11 56 37 +19 65 CC

5 Peswick Town 38 19 8 11 61 52 +9 65
6 Panbury Town 38 18 10 10 66 52 +14 64
7 Serbury 38 17 11 10 71 48 +23 62
8 Ordbury Athletic 38 15 10 13 58 50 +8 55
9 Yonsolo United 38 17 4 17 61 59 +2 55
10 Mortsey 38 14 11 13 60 56 +4 53
11 Entown 38 14 9 15 60 66 −6 51
12 Spindlow 38 12 14 12 55 59 −4 50
13 Loderno Inferno 38 12 8 18 48 64 −16 44
14 Galton United 38 11 10 17 62 66 −4 43
15 Peswick Rovers 38 11 10 17 48 62 −14 43
16 Poston 38 11 10 17 36 55 −19 43
17 Fillston United 38 10 8 20 49 65 −16 38
18 Motwick 38 7 14 17 57 76 −19 35 Relegated
19 Rasque Rovers 38 9 8 21 42 63 −21 35 Relegated
20 Obstyne 38 5 8 25 48 92 −44 23 Relegated
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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JLD Season 5

Postby Jeckland » Sun Apr 05, 2020 12:00 am

Ligue Deuce                 Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Byton 42 27 6 9 87 47 +40 87 Champions, Promoted, LBCT
2 Hindleston Wanderers 42 23 10 9 75 49 +26 79 Promoted, LBCT
3 Ghindon 42 21 10 11 81 53 +28 73 Promoted, LBCT

4 Clyville Albion 42 22 7 13 77 59 +18 73
5 Lingham City 42 20 9 13 66 56 +10 69
6 Wardson Wanderers 42 20 7 15 73 63 +10 67
7 Rack Rovers 42 19 10 13 59 49 +10 67
8 Chiddersley 42 19 8 15 68 57 +11 65
9 Darmborough 42 17 11 14 68 67 +1 62
10 Fental 42 17 10 15 57 53 +4 61
11 Nasley 42 17 10 15 59 65 −6 61
12 Blarton United 42 17 9 16 63 57 +6 60
13 Erathon 42 16 12 14 62 61 +1 60
14 Walslow 42 15 12 15 54 59 −5 57
15 Dinsdon Town 42 16 8 18 74 77 −3 56
16 Moulville 42 12 10 20 55 68 −13 46
17 Freidar Fire 42 11 11 20 49 70 −21 44
18 Halsos Rovers 42 13 5 24 56 79 −23 44
19 Malthern Town 42 12 5 25 52 75 −23 41 Relegated
20 Apstrow United 42 10 11 21 47 72 −25 41 Relegated
21 Pranton 42 11 7 24 47 66 −19 40 Relegated
22 Senlica 42 9 8 25 53 80 −27 35 Relegated
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Basketball Season Two

Postby Jeckland » Wed Apr 15, 2020 8:52 am

Elite Basketball returned to Jeckland once more, with an expanded season seeing the sixteen teams playing each other four times instead of the previously customary two. Despite this reformatting Jeckland decided against changing its tiebreaker rules or introducing playoffs to move more into line with other leagues, instead preferring its usual scoring system more often used in sports such as association football. Last seasons champions Lingham Lions and Treslip Torandoes went into the season as favourites for the title, and it was a dramatic 84-83 win on the final day that secured the three points the Tornadoes needed to get themselves over the line and become champions. Fingletown Thunder took the third IUBC spot comfortably, with all of the newly promoted sides being relegated back to the second tier.

Elite Basketball           Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Treslip Tornadoes 60 51 8 4987 4130 +857 154 Champions, IUBC
2 Lingham Lions 60 51 9 4746 4083 +663 153 IUBC
3 Fingletown Thunder 60 46 13 4760 4216 +544 139 IUBC

4 Wilton Wolves 60 41 18 4651 4218 +433 124
5 Rack City Rangers 60 34 26 4632 4355 +277 102
6 Byton Bears 60 32 27 4590 4499 +91 97
7 Ghindon Greats 60 31 28 4602 4502 +100 94
8 Chiddenham Cheetahs 60 29 31 4542 4552 −10 87
9 Denton Dynamos 60 28 30 4484 4445 +39 86
10 Timmertuck Tigers 60 26 32 4466 4583 −117 80
11 Ristin Rhinos 60 24 34 4268 4627 −359 74
12 Widstow Wanderers 60 19 38 4313 4667 −354 60
13 Healston Harriers 60 17 43 4271 4779 −508 51
14 Kyslo Koalas 60 14 43 4223 4757 −534 45 Relegated
15 Colanso Cheetahs 60 14 44 4185 4724 −539 44 Relegated
16 Peswick Pumas 60 12 45 4271 4854 −583 39 Relegated
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Ice Hockey Season One

Postby Jeckland » Thu May 28, 2020 4:43 am

The formation of the Jeckish Ice Hockey Super League (IHSL) saw sixteen teams created to compete in the first edition of the tournament. The bottom two sides would be relegated, with the league selecting two new teams to replace them each year. The top four teams would qualify for the upcoming HCL, with each team playing each other four times, twice at home and twice away. Teams would be awarded three points for a win and one for a draw, with goal difference used as the primary tiebreaker.

Jeckish Ice Hockey Super League     Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Colanso Surf 60 28 20 12 74 41 +33 104 Champions, HCL
2 Fingletown Thunder 60 29 17 14 75 46 +29 104 HCL
3 Martown Scorchers 60 29 12 19 68 56 +12 99 HCL
4 Lingham Lions 60 26 14 20 71 54 +17 92 HCL

5 Treslip Tornadoes 60 24 20 16 81 70 +11 92
6 Byton Bears 60 25 14 21 78 66 +12 89
7 Serbury Sharks 60 24 16 20 71 64 +7 88
8 Rack City Rangers 60 20 23 17 64 51 +13 83
9 Obstyne Legends 60 21 19 20 60 67 −7 82
10 Loderno Inferno 60 19 19 22 57 66 −9 76
11 Peswick Pumas 60 18 18 24 63 67 −4 72
12 Yonsolo Power 60 19 15 26 49 67 −18 72
13 Lingham Lightning 60 19 12 29 57 77 −20 69
14 Timmertuck Tigers 60 16 17 27 57 71 −14 65
15 Nasley Ninjas 60 16 16 28 55 83 −28 64 Relegated
16 Kyslo Shakers 60 13 16 31 45 79 −34 55 Relegated


The thrilling title race saw Surf pip Thunder to the crown on goal difference, with both teams setting themselves apart from the field. Scorchers, expected to finish mid table, were a surprise package taking third place, with goal difference again coming into play as Lions pipped Tornadoes to qualify for international play. Ninjas came close but ended up relegated alongside the disappointing Shakers.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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JPL Season 6 - Rosters

Postby Jeckland » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:45 am

The JPL is back for its sixth season. Last year Colanso City took the title for the third time, finishing 13 points clear of second placed Kyslo to make themselves the most successful side in the history of the tournament. Rack City Rangers and Nagelti Rovers won a tight race for the other two IFCF spots. Two of the three newly promoted sides went straight back down, with Rasque Rovers and Obstyne finisihing in the bottom two spots. Fillston United were able to survive at the expense of Motwick, who drop into the newly renamed Jeckish Second League. Coming up to the top flight are Byton, Hindleston Wanderers and Ghindon, who are the latest sides to try to survive in what is a notoriously tough first season up.

A new addition to the football calendar this year will be the Jeckish Cup. The Second League clubs excluding those who finished 18th and 19th in the JPL last season enter at round one, with the ten winners joining an open draw with the remaining 22 teams in single legged, straight knockout matches up to the final at a neutral venue.

Nickname: The Hounds
Stadium: Carpential Avenue (cap 22,547)
Kits: Blue and white striped shirts with blue shorts and socks.
Manager: Zeph Baldwin (52)
Last Season: 2nd (Second League)
Media Prediction: 20th
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK Sean Ellis 28
RB Noah Wickham 26
CB Homer Quick 25
CB Johnie Tate 29
LB Anson Coombs 27
RM Rylan Abbey 23
CM Carey Chance 28
CM Arnold Emerson 24
LM Britton Kimberley 21
ST Roland Eason 34
ST Jayson Sergeant 31

After an impressive season last year which saw an unexpected promotion being gained, Hindleston are outsiders in their first year in the top flight and will do well to survive.


Nickname: The Bears
Stadium: Centropolis (cap 40,000)
Kits: Blue and white striped shirts with blue shorts and socks.
Manager: Lee Ellington (57)
Last Season: 1st (Second League)
Media Prediction: 19th
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK Isador Ainsworth 22
RB Ramsey Russel 30
CB Chase Endicott 19
CB Ace Albinson 24
LB Tristen Stainthorpe 23
CM Rick Victors 26
CM Shelley Thorburn 29
CM Mikey Plaskett 22
RW Braden Rhodes 27
ST Keir Stamp 26
LW Nevil Anderson 31

A club that has bounced between divisions returns from a two season spell in the second tier and will desperately hope to be able to finally establish themselves in the top tier.


NIckname: The Tomahawks
Stadium: Ottey Street (cap 27,843)
Kits: Orange shirts with black shorts and socks.
Manager: Trev Willard (62)
Last Season: 3rd (Second League)
Media Prediction: 18th
Formation: 4-1-2-1-2
Starting XI
GK Noble Nye 31
RB Morton Fay 24
CB Jere Dawson 25
CB Jarred Yates 22
LB Granville Christianson 31
DM Hank Caldwell 27
RM Colin Purcell 28
LM Gerry Kendal 26
AM Louie Mitchell 23
ST Leslie Andrewson 29
ST Sidney Strange 23

Despite being huge favourites to win the Second League last season, Ghindon only managed to squeeze into a promotion placement by goal difference. A side that often promises much but fails to deliver on their potential.


Nickname: The Greens
Stadium: Pegglamento Park (cap 52,138)
Kits: All green with white trim
Manager: Dewey Arkwright (39)
Last Season: 17th
Media Prediction: 17th
Formation: 4-5-1
Starting XI
GK Merritt Ware 25
RB Bryn Boon 33
CB Vic Haden 22
CB Beckham Vipond 20
LB Marlon Hext 27
RM Jez Bagley 29
CM Phillip Franklin 26
CM Rylee Barret 25
CM Selwyn Cook 23
LM Bennie Danielson 28
ST Lenard Saylor 24

Fillston are into their second successive season in the top flight after narrowly surviving last time out, but will be wary of the possibility of things going south on this occasion.


Nickname: The Wasps
Stadium: Peswick Park (cap 70,000)
Kits: Red and white striped shirts with black shorts and socks
Manager: Winfred Sandford (51)
Last Season: 15th
Media Prediction: 16th
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK Emmanuel Travers 23
RB Tate Triggs 26
CB Nowell Ilbert 30
CB Kaiden Audley 24
LB Diggory Shepherd 23
RM Prosper Russel 29
CM Royle Randell 32
CM Jojo Jones 25
LM Landyn Thorley 27
ST Nowell Boon 28
ST Dell Riley 26

Constantly in the shadow of their city rivals Peswick Town, Rovers have established themselves as perennial survivors in the JPL.


Nickname: The Pumas
Stadium: Memorial Park (cap. 42,111)
Kits: White shirts with black trim, shorts and socks
Manager: Cedar Reeve (63)
Last Season: 16th
Media Prediction: 15th
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK Allison Causer 27
RB Nick Summerfield 26
CB Cat Wragge 32
CB Reynard Roy 29
LB Eddy Woodcock 24
CM Jaymes Causer 22
CM Hildred Spears 25
CM Derby Blakeslee 28
RW Everitt Garbutt 27
ST Dustin Ikin 31
LW Radclyffe Mayer 24

Another of the cohort of teams seemingly in an endless cycle of finishing lower mid table, Poston will be looking for a way to end the rot.


Nickname: Inferno
Stadium: Loderno Stadium: (cap 50,000)
Ktis: Orange shirts, red shorts and socks
Manager: Wesley Pearce (49)
Last Season: 13th
Media Prediction: 14th
Formation: 5-1-2-1-1
Starting XI
GK Leon Irvine 25
RWB Max Christophers 23
CB Alger Brooks 25
CB Jeff Landon 30
CB Virgil Bass 21
LWB Micky Sharp 29
DM Nathaniel Hext 32
RM Connell Donalds 30
LM Damion Bullock 22
AM Foster Irvine 27
ST Huxley Rowland 26

Inferno rarely do things the conventional way, but their methods and strange formation have made them a JPL staple.


NIckname: The Spids
Stadium: Bandrado Stadium (cap 45,000)
Kits: Blue and red halved shirts, shorts and socks
Manager: Andy Atkins (53)
Last Season: 12th
Media Prediction: 13th
Formation: 3-5-2
Starting XI
GK Wystan Ayton 32
CB Cai Fairburn 20
CB Wesley Attwater 26
CB Baxter Tobias 28
RM Keir Palmer 24
CM Jeb Tupper 29
CM Red Hibbert 23
CM Leland Nelson 31
LM Sky Spear 25
ST Evander Hill 28
ST Brycen Eccelston 26

Despite expectations that they may be dragged into the relegation fight once more, Spindlow finished well clear of the drop last year and will look to build on a successful season.


Nickname: The Gulls
Stadium: Galton Beach (cap 54,143)
Kits: Red shirts with white sleeves, white shorts and socks.
Manager: Jarrod Kitchen (46)
Last Season: 14th
Media Prediction: 12th
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK Horace Prescott 21
RB Maxwell Woodhams 30
CB Emerson Blakesley 28
CB Barclay Harlow 23
LB Wright Cowden 27
DM Bertram Cullen 25
DM Sidney John 22
RM Lyall Rollins 31
AM Hyrum Courtenay 29
LM Bret Church 26
ST Karter Arthur 27

Galton will be looking to push the top half after a lower than expected finish in the last campaign.


Nickname: The Caps
Stadium: Rookery Road (cap 25,443)
Kits: All red with white trim
Manager: Thurstan Siddall (50)
Last Season: 11th
Media Prediction: 11th
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK Jordan Simpson 24
RB Martie Grenville 28
CB Eli Shakespeare 32
CB Dax Traylor 31
LB Theobald Dean 25
RM Lyle Spencer 26
CM Gregory Kay 28
CM Barney Wilmer 23
LM Nelson Bennet 29
ST Rain Sampson 26
ST Peers Abramson 22

Now in their third season back in the top flight, Entown have established themselves as a team who will finish in the middle of the table but will aim to go higher.


Nickname: The Owls
Stadium: Hillside (cap 65,000)
Kits: Blue and white stripes, blue shorts and socks
Manager: Kevin Troy (53)
Last Season: 8th
Media Prediction: 10th
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK Rain Walsh 27
RB Vere Wood 21
CB Winthrop Burke 26
CB Peers Mills 24
LB Scotty Matthews 25
CM Rafe Peacock 28
CM Emory Durant 30
CM Thane Jinks 22
RW Giles Coombs 27
ST Cameron Andrewson 30
LW Brandt Hobbs 23

A side constantly chasing the former power they had around the inauguration of the JPL, going from UICA contenders to mid table perennials with a huge and constantly underwhelmed fanbase.


Nickname: The Wolves
Stadium: Carcillo (cap 36,000)
Kits: Purple shirts with white trim. white shorts and socks
Manager: Carol Fairclough (63)
Last Season: 9th
Media Prediction: 9th
Formation: 5-3-2
Starting XI
GK Balfour Hermanson 24
RWB Bailey Hanley 28
CB Thatcher Parker 23
CB Asher Thorburn 21
CB Byrne Rennell 32
LWB Rickie Knaggs 27
CM Boniface Foss 30
CM Jude Russel 28
CM Loren Tittensor 29
ST Jeptha Lynton 24
ST Sky Michaelson 29

A success story of Jeckish domestic football, this side has risen from the second tier to become a strong side and will look to progress further up the table.


NIckname: The Shells
Stadium: Grislip Arena (cap 66,349)
Kits: All red with white trim
Manager: Stevie Batts (51)
Last Season: 10th
Media Prediction: 8th
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK Jensen Abney 26
RB Emery Hodson 23
CB Kenton Skinner 24
CB Ivor Wickham 26
LB Otis Horsfall 28
DM Bryson Savidge 26
CM Gerrard Jardine 27
CM Loyd Kidd 30
RW Newt Wembley 27
ST Algar Clarke 28
LW Peregrine Sangster 19

The Shells are shells of their former selves - upon losing their JPL crown to Colanso City in season 3 the wheels have well and truly fallen off this club who will probably have to rebuild for years to have another stab at the title.


Nickname: The Sharks
Stadium: Paser Park (cap 55,000)
Kits: Sky blue shirts, white shorts and socks
Manager: Beckett Garnett (43)
Last Season: 7th
Media Prediction: 7th
Formation: 4-5-1
Starting XI
GK Erik Ball 25
RB Brenton Wilkinson 22
CB Gareth Wilkie 28
CB Duane Varnham 20
LB Lanford Forrest 24
RM Peyton Smalls 29
CM Billie Gibbs 26
CM Emmerson Roach 23
CM Knox Peck 30
LM Billie Apted 31
ST Algar Cason 24

Serbury have always been near the top of Jeckish football without ever becoming one of its elite teams. They look set to finish in the top half, but will look to push the IFCF spots if possible.


Nickname: The Harriers
Stadium: Baker Street (cap 50,000)
Kits: Blue with white trim
Manager: Chester Rowe (48)
Last Season: 6th
Media Prediction: 6th
Formation: 4-4-2
Starting XI
GK Bruce Neal 31
RB Sydney Ellison 29
CB Dan Robertson 22
CB Purdie Abrahams 27
LB Mike Bond 25
RM Braidy Grant 26
CM Chuck Tatham 24
CM Cleve Blanchard 27
LM Pierce Linville 21
ST Pat Cole 27
ST Jayceon Gage 22

After emerging from mid table to finish just outside the qualification spots for the past two seasons in a row, Panbury have shown they are no flash in the pan, but this time will hope to reach the top four.


Nickname: The Millers
Stadium: Peswick Park (cap 70,000)
Kits: White and black striped shirts, black shorts and white socks
Manager: Tylor Sackville (52)
Last Season: 5th
Media Prediction: 5th
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK Stuart Pound 27
RB Chaz Grey 24
CB Elmer Fulton 28
CB Elsdon Senior 31
LB Jimi Wiley 23
DM Andre Harden 26
DM Raynard Deadman 22
RM Fitz Sawyer 23
AM Ferdy Garrod 32
LM Reilly Kynaston 24
ST Leonard David 25

After the disappointment of missing out on the Challengers Cup by goal difference last season, the bigger Peswick club will see top four as a minimum and the title as an outside shot.


NIckname: The Knights
Stadium: Handurai (cap 64,195)
Kits: Black shirts with white trim, white shorts, black socks
Manager: Finley Winton (61)
Last Season: 4th
Media Prediction: 4th
Formation: 4-1-2-1-2
Starting XI
GK Earl Porcher 23
RB Bryan Hawkins 28
CB Ridley Danielson 25
CB Tylor Petit 29
LB Zachery Danniell 27
DM Terry Marley 22
RM Kerr Langdon 29
LM Kole Hanley 24
AM Hamilton Sheppard 27
ST Cyprian Stack 24
ST Bruce Paterson 26

Squeaking into the IFCF spots by a less comfortable margin than they would have liked, Nagelti will see repeating the feat as an expectation, but may have higher aspirations.


Nickname: The Cheetahs
Stadium: The Junction (cap 59,880)
Kits: Black and white stripes, black shorts and socks
Manager: Ryan Leach (49)
Last Season: 2nd
Media Prediction: 3rd
Formation: 3-4-3
Starting XI
GK Rowley Banister 22
CB Trev Blue 30
CB Bartholomew Devereux 34
CB Leo Hayes 27
RM Roly Easton 26
CM Ingram Adair 22
CM Reuben Sanderson 24
LM Driskoll Dalton 31
RW Virgil Ayers 25
ST Amery Martell 32
LW Kimball Forest 21

The closest challengers to Colanso City last time out will hope to cut the 13 point gulf between the teams after their surprise success last season.


Nickname: The Rangers
Stadium: City Stadium (cap 67,800)
Kits: Blue shirts with yellow trim, yellow shorts and socks
Manager: Terell Mark (54)
Last Season: 3rd
Media Prediction: 2nd
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Starting XI
GK Courtney Mayes 25
RB Nik Fields 21
CB Jerrard Lovell 26
CB Lauren Fuller 33
LB Brendan Pain 24
DM Antony Wallis 29
DM Slade Cannon 31
RM Cree Martel 20
AM Cletus Martin 25
LM Kolby Dane 23
ST Haydn Geary 30

The capital team have looked stronger over the past couple of seasons after a period of uncertainty, but there's work to be done to catch up Colanso whilst fending off other clubs for IFCF spots.


NIckname: The Surfers
Stadium: Beachside (cap 63,452)
Kits: Blue shirts with yellow sleeves, yellow shorts and socks
Manager: Forest Waller (58)
Last Season: 1st
Media Prediction: 1st
Formation: 4-3-3
Starting XI
GK Carter Clemens 30
RB Otto Samuels 32
CB Garfield Snider 24
CB Teddie Gilbert 27
LB Zak Peters 25
CM Matty Graves 23
CM Sigmund Morriss 31
CM Dannie Lyon 29
RW Jeffery Peters 22
ST Conner Alden 26
LW Walt Courtenay 28

The comfortable title favourites, Colanso were surprise winners of JPL 3 but have backed it up with two comfortable victories since then - anything less than a fourth in a row will be seen as a failure.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Postby Jeckland » Thu Jul 02, 2020 7:52 am

Week One

Jeckish Premier League
Mortsey 2–3 Kyslo
Byton 0–1 Galton United
Entown 1–1 Fillston United
Ghindon 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Yonsolo United 2–1 Ordbury Athletic
Spindlow 1–1 Serbury
Colanso City 2–4 Panbury Town
Peswick Rovers 0–3 Poston
Peswick Town 0–1 Rack City Rangers

The result of the day was Colanso City losing their home opener to up and comers Panbury Town. The heavyweight clash of the round saw Peswick Town lose at home to Rack City Rangers. A round with four 1-1 draws saw Poston take the early lead with a 3-0 win at Peswick Rovers.

Jeckish Second League
Walslow 0–3 Rasque Rovers
Anclovia 1–3 Blarton United
Dinsdon Town 2–1 Lingham City
Lingham Lions 0–1 Chiddersley
AFC Treslip 3–1 Colanso United
Obstyne 0–2 Halsos Rovers
Nasley 4–2 Wardson Wanderers
Motwick 1–0 Darmborough
Friedar Fire 2–1 Erathon
Rack Rovers 2–1 Fental
Clyville Albion 2–2 Moulville

Week Two

IFCF

Champions League First Preliminary Round
Kolonial 4-0 Colanso City

Challengers Cup First Preliminary Round
Nagelti Rovers 0-4 Algolia AC
Rack City Rangers 0-2 AC Lopel
Kyslo 1-2 Xemlice Rovers

Liga B Champions Trophy First Preliminary Round
FC United of Mancondas 6-2 Ghindon

Not much was expected of the Jeckish sides in international competition, but three four goal losses out of five is embarrassing. Colanso will likely be dropping into the Challengers Cup with Nagelti and Ghindon falling out of competition altogether. Rack City and Kyslo have at least a chance of mounting a comeback, but will have to do it away from home.

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 1–3 Rack City Rangers
Poston 0–1 Peswick Town
Panbury Town 1–0 Peswick Rovers
Serbury 2–2 Colanso City
Ordbury Athletic 0–1 Spindlow
Nagelti Rovers 1–2 Yonsolo United
Loderno Inferno 4–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Fillston United 2–0 Ghindon
Galton United 1–0 Entown
Mortsey 2–1 Byton

Rack City Rangers come out on top in a big clash for the second week running, this time 3-1 winners away at last year's runners up Kyslo. Colanso City still don't have their first win on the board, drawing away at Serbury. Panbury, Yonsolo and Galton join the Rangers on 100% records.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 4–0 Moulville
Fental 0–2 Clyville Albion
Erathon 1–4 Rack Rovers
Darmborough 1–0 Friedar Fire
Wardson Wanderers 0–2 Motwick
Halsos Rovers 1–0 Nasley
Colanso United 0–0 Obstyne
Chiddersley 3–4 AFC Treslip
Lingham City 1–1 Lingham Lions
Blarton United 3–2 Dinsdon Town
Walslow 2–0 Anclovia

Week Three

IFCF

Champions League First Preliminary Round
Colanso City 1-3 Kolonial (7-1 agg loss)

Challengers Cup First Preliminary Round
Algolia AC 1-1 Nagelti Rovers (5-1 agg loss)
AC Lopel 3-1 Rack City Rangers (5-1 agg loss)
Xemlice Rovers 1-0 Kyslo (3-1 agg loss)

Liga B Champions Trophy First Preliminary Round
Ghindon 0-0 FC United of Mancondas (6-2 agg loss)

As expected after the disastrous first night, everyone loses their ties, although two drawn matches make Nagelti and Ghindon the first sides to avoid defeat. Colanso City drop into the Challengers Cup, with Hindleston and Byton still to enter the Liga B Champions Trophy

Jeckish Premier League
Byton 0–2 Kyslo
Entown 1–0 Mortsey
Ghindon 3–2 Galton United
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Fillston United
Yonsolo United 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Spindlow 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Colanso City 0–1 Ordbury Athletic
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Serbury
Peswick Town 1–4 Panbury Town
Rack City Rangers 3–0 Poston

Panbury Town pull off a shock 4-1 thumping of Peswick Town in their own stadium, keeping the visitors top of the pile. Champions Colanso City continue to struggle, losing 1-0 at home to give Ordbury Athletic their first points of the season. Byton are the only team left on zero points after their 2-0 loss to Kyslo. Ghindon become the first of the promoted sides to win a game, triumphing 3-2 over Galton United.

Jeckish Second League
Anclovia 3–1 Rasque Rovers
Dinsdon Town 2–1 Walslow
Lingham Lions 2–1 Blarton United
AFC Treslip 4–1 Lingham City
Obstyne 1–1 Chiddersley
Nasley 1–0 Colanso United
Motwick 0–2 Halsos Rovers
Friedar Fire 0–0 Wardson Wanderers
Rack Rovers 1–0 Darmborough
Clyville Albion 3–1 Erathon
Moulville 0–2 Fental

Week Four

IFCF

Challengers Cup Second Preliminary Round
Colanso City 2-1 Capetown Crocs

Liga B Champions Trophy Second Preliminary Round
Hindleston Wanderers 1-2 Riis

Colanso City get the first win for Jeckland on the board, giving them the edge in a tight tie with their Taeshani opposition. Hindleston Wanderers lose at home to Riis of Pasarga and will face an uphill battle in the away leg.

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–2 Poston
Panbury Town 2–1 Rack City Rangers
Serbury 1–2 Peswick Town
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Peswick Rovers
Nagelti Rovers 2–0 Colanso City
Loderno Inferno 3–1 Spindlow
Fillston United 2–1 Yonsolo United
Galton United 1–0 Hindleston Wanderers
Mortsey 2–0 Ghindon
Byton 2–0 Entown

It may be early days, but red-hot favourites Colanso City are in 19th place. They lose a tough fixture away at Nagelti Rovers, and are leapfrogged by previously pointless Byton, who beat Entown 2-0 at home. The two sides with 100% records clashed and once again Panbury Town won an unexpected victory, having now beaten three of the five teams which finished above them last year. Peswick Rovers are the only side below the champions, losing 1-0 at Ordbury Athletic.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 0–1 Fental
Erathon 4–1 Moulville
Darmborough 1–0 Clyville Albion
Wardson Wanderers 1–0 Rack Rovers
Halsos Rovers 1–0 Friedar Fire
Colanso United 0–0 Motwick
Chiddersley 0–1 Nasley
Lingham City 3–1 Obstyne
Blarton United 3–1 AFC Treslip
Walslow 3–0 Lingham Lions
Anclovia 2–1 Dinsdon Town

Week Five

IFCF

Challengers Cup Second Preliminary Round
Capetown Crocs 0-1 Colanso City (3-1 agg win)

Liga B Champions Trophy Second Preliminary Round
Riis 1-1 Hindleston Wanderers (2-3 agg loss)

Colanso City are the first Jeckish team to win a tie, with a second victory over Capetown Crocs ensuring passage to the third prelim round. Second League Champions Byton enter the Liga B equivalent after Hindleston fail to overturn their deficit.

Jeckish Premier League
Entown 2–1 Kyslo
Ghindon 2–0 Byton
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Mortsey
Yonsolo United 3–1 Galton United
Spindlow 6–1 Fillston United
Colanso City 3–0 Loderno Inferno
Peswick Rovers 3–0 Nagelti Rovers
Peswick Town 2–2 Ordbury Athletic
Rack City Rangers 2–1 Serbury
Poston 1–3 Panbury Town

Spindlow register the biggest win of the season to date with a 6-1 drubbing of Fillston United. Panbury Town continue their 100% record with a win away at Poston. Colanso City, buoyed by their international exploits, get their first league win of the season at home to Loderno. Yonsolo United jump to third, displacing their opponents Galton after beating them 3-1. Peswick Rovers also get their first win of the season in some style, thumping Nagelti 3-0 in one of the shocks of the season.

Jeckish Second League
Dinsdon Town 4–1 Rasque Rovers
Lingham Lions 0–2 Anclovia
AFC Treslip 0–1 Walslow
Obstyne 2–3 Blarton United
Nasley 2–5 Lingham City
Motwick 2–2 Chiddersley
Friedar Fire 1–3 Colanso United
Rack Rovers 3–0 Halsos Rovers
Clyville Albion 1–0 Wardson Wanderers
Moulville 4–2 Darmborough
Fental 1–1 Erathon

Week Six

IFCF

Challengers Cup Third Preliminary Round
Colanso City 0-3 Cloudsdale Flyers

Liga B Champions Trophy Third Preliminary Round
Arboren FC 5-1 Byton

Jeckish involvement in IFCF competitions is looking to come to an end, with two comprehensive losses for the remaining clubs in the tournaments.

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–0 Panbury Town
Serbury 1–1 Poston
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Rack City Rangers
Nagelti Rovers 1–1 Peswick Town
Loderno Inferno 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Fillston United 0–1 Colanso City
Galton United 1–0 Spindlow
Mortsey 1–0 Yonsolo United
Byton 1–0 Hindleston Wanderers
Entown 1–1 Ghindon

Panbury Town's unbeaten run is over thanks to a 2-0 defeat at Kyslo, but Rack City Rangers fail to draw level on points with the league leaders after being held at Ordbury. Struggling heavyweights Nagelti Rovers and Peswick Town play out a 1-1 draw, while Byton beat Hindleston Wanderers to leave them bottom of the table as one of only two sides yet to win. Serbury are also in the drop zone after drawing their fourth game at home to Poston, and are the other side yet to taste victory.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 2–2 Erathon
Darmborough 1–0 Fental
Wardson Wanderers 1–2 Moulville
Halsos Rovers 1–4 Clyville Albion
Colanso United 0–4 Rack Rovers
Chiddersley 3–1 Friedar Fire
Lingham City 4–1 Motwick
Blarton United 3–0 Nasley
Walslow 2–2 Obstyne
Anclovia 1–0 AFC Treslip
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Lingham Lions

Week Seven

IFCF

Challengers Cup Third Preliminary Round
Cloudsdale Flyers 4-0 Colanso City (7-0 agg loss)

Liga B Champions Trophy Third Preliminary Round
Byton 0-3 Arboren FC (8-1 agg loss)

The results were all but set in the first legs, but the seven goal margins are a reminder that on the whole Jeckish football in not yet competitive on the international stage.

Jeckish Premier League
Ghindon 1–1 Kyslo
Hindleston Wanderers 3–4 Entown
Yonsolo United 4–0 Byton
Spindlow 0–3 Mortsey
Colanso City 1–1 Galton United
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Fillston United
Peswick Town 2–1 Loderno Inferno
Rack City Rangers 0–2 Nagelti Rovers
Poston 2–4 Ordbury Athletic
Panbury Town 3–2 Serbury

The hangover from those thumping defeats in midweek is evident, as Colanso can only draw with Galton United whilst Byton are thumped 4-0 by Yonsolo United, a result which sees them move into second after Nagelti Rovers win away at Rack City Rangers. All of this means Panbury Town open up an unlikely five point lead with victory over a struggling Serbury. Hindleston Wanderers wait for a first win goes on after they come out on the wrong side of a seven goal thriller with Entown.

Jeckish Second League
Lingham Lions 2–2 Rasque Rovers
AFC Treslip 1–2 Dinsdon Town
Obstyne 2–1 Anclovia
Nasley 4–1 Walslow
Motwick 3–0 Blarton United
Friedar Fire 0–3 Lingham City
Rack Rovers 3–3 Chiddersley
Clyville Albion 3–0 Colanso United
Moulville 2–1 Halsos Rovers
Fental 1–3 Wardson Wanderers
Erathon 1–2 Darmborough

Week Eight

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 1–2 Serbury
Ordbury Athletic 2–1 Panbury Town
Nagelti Rovers 3–0 Poston
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Rack City Rangers
Fillston United 2–1 Peswick Town
Galton United 1–0 Peswick Rovers
Mortsey 0–1 Colanso City
Byton 0–1 Spindlow
Entown 2–4 Yonsolo United
Ghindon 1–0 Hindleston Wanderers

Serbury shock the league and record their first win away at Kyslo to move out of the relegation zone. Panbury Town's lead is cut to two after defeat away at Ordbury, who are four points off the top themselves. Yonsolo United and Galton United are the unlikely chasers to the unlikely leaders, with both winning to ramp up the head, whilst promoted side Ghindon moved into the top half with a win over Hindleston Wanderers.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–0 Darmborough
Wardson Wanderers 2–2 Erathon
Halsos Rovers 2–0 Fental
Colanso United 0–1 Moulville
Chiddersley 3–3 Clyville Albion
Lingham City 1–3 Rack Rovers
Blarton United 1–0 Friedar Fire
Walslow 2–0 Motwick
Anclovia 0–3 Nasley
Dinsdon Town 0–0 Obstyne
Lingham Lions 1–0 AFC Treslip

Week Nine

Jeckish Premier League
Hindleston Wanderers 0–1 Kyslo
Yonsolo United 4–0 Ghindon
Spindlow 1–0 Entown
Colanso City 4–0 Byton
Peswick Rovers 1–3 Mortsey
Peswick Town 4–1 Galton United
Rack City Rangers 4–2 Fillston United
Poston 0–2 Loderno Inferno
Panbury Town 0–3 Nagelti Rovers
Serbury 3–1 Ordbury Athletic

There's change at the top as Panbury lose again, this time a 3-0 at home against Nagelti Rovers. This allows Yonsolo United to claim the top spot after a 4-0 rout of Ghindon. Former champions Mortsey have also snuck into the top spots after victory at Peswick Rovers, whilst Colanso City look back to their old sorts after hammering Byton, who are hovering in 17th. Peswick Town's poor start gets better as they win 4-1 against early high flyers Galton United.

Jeckish Second League
AFC Treslip 1–0 Rasque Rovers
Obstyne 1–1 Lingham Lions
Nasley 2–2 Dinsdon Town
Motwick 2–0 Anclovia
Friedar Fire 0–1 Walslow
Rack Rovers 3–1 Blarton United
Clyville Albion 0–2 Lingham City
Moulville 1–2 Chiddersley
Fental 2–1 Colanso United
Erathon 2–1 Halsos Rovers
Darmborough 1–2 Wardson Wanderers

Week Ten

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 4–2 Ordbury Athletic
Nagelti Rovers 1–1 Serbury
Loderno Inferno 2–6 Panbury Town
Fillston United 1–2 Poston
Galton United 3–2 Rack City Rangers
Mortsey 2–2 Peswick Town
Byton 1–0 Peswick Rovers
Entown 1–2 Colanso City
Ghindon 3–1 Spindlow
Hindleston Wanderers 1–4 Yonsolo United

Panbury Town arrest any ideas of a slump by firing six past Loderno Inferno. Yonsolo United score four goals for the fourth week running, with Hindleston Wanderers the latest victim of a side in a rich vein of form. Galton United pull off a win at home to Rack City Rangers in what is a top of the table clash. Byton secure a key win at the bottom of the table, notching their third of the campaign against a below par Peswick Rovers.

Jeckish Premier League   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Yonsolo United 10 7 1 2 25 10 +15 22
2 Panbury Town 10 7 0 3 24 16 +8 21
3 Galton United 10 6 1 3 13 13 0 19
4 Mortsey 10 5 2 3 16 10 +6 17
5 Rack City Rangers 10 5 2 3 19 14 +5 17
6 Colanso City 10 5 2 3 16 11 +5 17
7 Kyslo 10 5 2 3 18 14 +4 17
8 Nagelti Rovers 10 4 4 2 15 9 +6 16
9 Loderno Inferno 10 4 3 3 17 16 +1 15
10 Peswick Town 10 4 3 3 16 15 +1 15
11 Ghindon 10 4 3 3 12 14 −2 15
12 Spindlow 10 4 2 4 13 13 0 14
13 Ordbury Athletic 10 4 2 4 16 17 −1 14
14 Fillston United 10 3 3 4 13 18 −5 12
15 Serbury 10 2 5 3 15 15 0 11
16 Entown 10 3 2 5 12 16 −4 11
17 Byton 10 3 0 7 5 16 −11 9
18 Poston 10 2 2 6 11 20 −9 8
19 Peswick Rovers 10 1 2 7 6 14 −8 5
20 Hindleston Wanderers 10 0 3 7 8 19 −11 3


None of last seasons IFCF qualifiers are in the top four as the season passes a quarter of the way through. Yonsolo United, Panbury Town, Galton United and Mortsey have all broken clear of mid table expectations to sit in the top spots in the league, but with the established order sat from 5th to 8th they face a fight to keep themselves there. Ghindon have done well on their return to the top flight, pushing the top half, with Hindleston Wanderers already looking like a swift return to the league below. Peswick Rovers are unexpected strugglers, with Poston just below Byton in the final relegation spot.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 0–1 Wardson Wanderers
Halsos Rovers 2–0 Darmborough
Colanso United 1–1 Erathon
Chiddersley 4–1 Fental
Lingham City 4–0 Moulville
Blarton United 1–1 Clyville Albion
Walslow 0–1 Rack Rovers
Anclovia 0–2 Friedar Fire
Dinsdon Town 0–1 Motwick
Lingham Lions 2–2 Nasley
AFC Treslip 2–1 Obstyne

Jeckish Second League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Rack Rovers 10 8 1 1 24 8 +16 25
2 Lingham City 10 6 1 3 25 14 +11 19
3 Blarton United 10 6 1 3 19 15 +4 19
4 Clyville Albion 10 5 3 2 19 11 +8 18
5 Halsos Rovers 10 6 0 4 13 11 +2 18
6 Nasley 10 5 2 3 19 16 +3 17
7 Motwick 10 5 2 3 12 10 +2 17
8 Chiddersley 10 4 4 2 22 17 +5 16
9 Walslow 10 5 1 4 13 12 +1 16
10 Dinsdon Town 10 4 3 3 16 13 +3 15
11 AFC Treslip 10 5 0 5 16 14 +2 15
12 Wardson Wanderers 10 4 2 4 12 13 −1 14
13 Moulville 10 4 1 5 13 22 −9 13
14 Darmborough 10 4 0 6 8 12 −4 12
15 Anclovia 10 4 0 6 10 16 −6 12
16 Rasque Rovers 10 3 2 5 14 14 0 11
17 Lingham Lions 10 2 5 3 10 14 −4 11
18 Erathon 10 2 4 4 16 19 −3 10
19 Fental 10 3 1 6 9 16 −7 10
20 Obstyne 10 1 5 4 10 15 −5 8
21 Friedar Fire 10 2 1 7 6 14 −8 7
22 Colanso United 10 1 3 6 6 16 −10 6


In this notoriously tough to call league, Rack Rovers have flown into a six point lead and look in great shape to win promotion for the first time. Lingham City and Blarton United are currently in possession of the other promotion places, but the top half of the table including newly promoted AFC Treslip are all within five points of them so anything could happen. At the bottom, last season's JPL bottom club Obstyne are in further trouble in the relegation places, with established side Fental and another former JPL team Erathon also embroiled in the battle at the bottom.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Week Eleven

Jeckish Premier League
Yonsolo United 3–2 Kyslo
Spindlow 1–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Colanso City 3–0 Ghindon
Peswick Rovers 3–1 Entown
Peswick Town 3–0 Byton
Rack City Rangers 2–2 Mortsey
Poston 1–1 Galton United
Panbury Town 1–2 Fillston United
Serbury 0–3 Loderno Inferno
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Nagelti Rovers

Yonsolo United move four points clear at the top of the league, beating Kyslo 3-2 to further their unlikely run. Panbury Town slip up at home to Fillston United, with Colanso City moving into third with a 3-0 win over Ghindon. Rack City Rangers draw with Mortsey, with both sides along with Loderno Inferno and Peswick Town sat two points behind Colanso and Galton in the last two IFCF spots. Poston's draw with the latter moves them out of the bottom three, with Byton taking their place after a 3-0 loss to Peswick Town.

Jeckish Second League
Obstyne 1–0 Rasque Rovers
Nasley 0–1 AFC Treslip
Motwick 3–1 Lingham Lions
Friedar Fire 1–2 Dinsdon Town
Rack Rovers 1–1 Anclovia
Clyville Albion 1–2 Walslow
Moulville 1–2 Blarton United
Fental 3–0 Lingham City
Erathon 0–4 Chiddersley
Darmborough 2–2 Colanso United
Wardson Wanderers 1–2 Halsos Rovers

Week Twelve

Jeckish Second League (MD12)
Rasque Rovers 2–0 Halsos Rovers
Colanso United 1–2 Wardson Wanderers
Chiddersley 2–0 Darmborough
Lingham City 4–0 Erathon
Blarton United 1–0 Fental
Walslow 3–1 Moulville
Anclovia 3–0 Clyville Albion
Dinsdon Town 0–1 Rack Rovers
Lingham Lions 3–1 Friedar Fire
AFC Treslip 0–2 Motwick
Obstyne 1–2 Nasley

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 0–0 Nagelti Rovers
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Fillston United 2–3 Serbury
Galton United 0–2 Panbury Town
Mortsey 1–1 Poston
Byton 4–4 Rack City Rangers
Entown 0–3 Peswick Town
Ghindon 0–1 Peswick Rovers
Hindleston Wanderers 1–0 Colanso City
Yonsolo United 1–0 Spindlow

Galton United lose 2-0 at home to Panbury Town in a result that keeps the visitors found behind leaders Yonsolo United. Galton amidst other teams dropping points opens the door for Peswick Town to surge into third, continuing their form with a 3-0 win over Entown. Hindleston Wanderers get their first win in the most unlikely of fixtures, a rearguard performance resulting in a 1-0 win. They remain bottom behind Byton, who were involved in a thrilling 4-4 draw with Rack City Rangers. Kyslo and Nagelti Rovers, both two points off the IFCF spots, played out a stalemate.

Jeckish Second League (MD13)
Nasley 1–1 Rasque Rovers
Motwick 2–0 Obstyne
Friedar Fire 3–1 AFC Treslip
Rack Rovers 2–0 Lingham Lions
Clyville Albion 1–1 Dinsdon Town
Moulville 1–1 Anclovia
Fental 2–1 Walslow
Erathon 3–0 Blarton United
Darmborough 3–1 Lingham City
Wardson Wanderers 3–2 Chiddersley
Halsos Rovers 1–1 Colanso United

Week Thirteen

Jeckish Premier League
Spindlow 0–3 Kyslo
Colanso City 1–2 Yonsolo United
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Peswick Town 1–2 Ghindon
Rack City Rangers 1–1 Entown
Poston 1–2 Byton
Panbury Town 2–1 Mortsey
Serbury 2–3 Galton United
Ordbury Athletic 2–1 Fillston United
Nagelti Rovers 0–2 Loderno Inferno

Yonsolo United continued their reign at the top of the table with one of the clearest signs of their intent yet, defeating champions and favourites Colanso City 2-1. Yonsolo remain four points clear of Panbury in second, with Colanso a whopping 11 points off the pace and needing a comeback fast to have a chance of retaining their crown. Nagelti Rovers won't be too pleased with being level on points with a newly promoted side, but their loss to Loderno Inferno coupled with Ghidnon's shock win away at Peswick Town means just that has occured. It was a big day at the bottom with four of the bottom five facing off. Byton were the big winners, with victory over Poston lifting them to 16th, while Peswick Rovers and Hindleston Wanderers played out a draw. Entown drew with Rack City Rangers but it was not enough to avoid slipping to 18th.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–0 Colanso United
Chiddersley 1–3 Halsos Rovers
Lingham City 0–1 Wardson Wanderers
Blarton United 2–2 Darmborough
Walslow 1–1 Erathon
Anclovia 0–1 Fental
Dinsdon Town 4–0 Moulville
Lingham Lions 3–2 Clyville Albion
AFC Treslip 0–2 Rack Rovers
Obstyne 2–2 Friedar Fire
Nasley 0–2 Motwick

Week Fourteen

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 3–0 Loderno Inferno
Fillston United 2–0 Nagelti Rovers
Galton United 2–1 Ordbury Athletic
Mortsey 2–2 Serbury
Byton 0–1 Panbury Town
Entown 1–1 Poston
Ghindon 1–5 Rack City Rangers
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Peswick Town
Yonsolo United 4–3 Peswick Rovers
Spindlow 3–2 Colanso City

All of the top four sides won again, with the pick of those games Yonsolo United's 4-3 victory over Peswick Rovers. Colanso City's title hopes look all but over after a third successive loss, this time to Spindlow. Rack City Rangers kept up the pressure on the top spots with an emphatic 5-1 win away at Ghindon. Troubles for Nagelti Rovers continued, with a 2-0 loss to Fillston United ensuring they remain in the bottom half of the table.

Jeckish Second League
Motwick 2–0 Rasque Rovers
Friedar Fire 4–1 Nasley
Rack Rovers 0–1 Obstyne
Clyville Albion 3–3 AFC Treslip
Moulville 0–1 Lingham Lions
Fental 2–2 Dinsdon Town
Erathon 2–0 Anclovia
Darmborough 2–0 Walslow
Wardson Wanderers 2–0 Blarton United
Halsos Rovers 1–1 Lingham City
Colanso United 2–1 Chiddersley

Week Fifteen

Jeckish Cup - Round One
Anclovia 0–0 Moulville (0–0 AET) (2–3 pen.)
Lingham Lions 2–0 Darmborough
Wardson Wanderers 1–0 Halsos Rovers
Colanso United 2–2 Freidar Fire (3–3 AET) (4–3 pen.)
Chiddersley 4–1 Erathon
Walslow 1–1 Rack Rovers (1–2 AET)
Lingham City 1–1 Clyville Albion (2–1 AET)
Nasley 3–0 Obstyne
Fental 1–0 AFC Treslip
Dinsdon Town 2–1 Blarton United

The first ever Jeckish Cup fixtures pitted twenty of the Second League clubs against each other to make up the final ten spots in the last 32. There was plenty of drama, with four ties not settled in the regulation ninety minutes. Relegated side Obsytne continued their miserable campaign, losing 3-0 to Nasley, whilst Chiddersley also registered a comfortable win against Erathon. Colanso's second club United won the only penalty shootout of the round against Freidar Fire.

Jeckish Premier League
Colanso City 0–2 Kyslo
Peswick Rovers 2–2 Spindlow
Peswick Town 4–0 Yonsolo United
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Hindleston Wanderers
Poston 0–0 Ghindon
Panbury Town 2–0 Entown
Serbury 2–1 Byton
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Mortsey
Nagelti Rovers 3–2 Galton United
Loderno Inferno 2–1 Fillston United

Could this be the beginning of the end for Yonsolo United? A crushing 4-0 defeat by Peswick Town rocks the leaders and cuts the gap to Panbury down to a single point. There is then a six point gap before the scrap for IFCF spots, with Kyslo in the ascendancy in third after a 2-0 win over a Colanso City side freefalling out of the top half of the table. Nagelti finally land a blow, defeating Galton United 3-2 to allow Kyslo and Rack City Rangers to move up the table.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–1 Chiddersley
Lingham City 3–1 Colanso United
Blarton United 0–0 Halsos Rovers
Walslow 0–1 Wardson Wanderers
Anclovia 0–2 Darmborough
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Erathon
Lingham Lions 0–5 Fental
AFC Treslip 4–1 Moulville
Obstyne 1–2 Clyville Albion
Nasley 1–3 Rack Rovers
Motwick 2–0 Friedar Fire

Week Sixteen

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 5–1 Fillston United
Galton United 2–1 Loderno Inferno
Mortsey 1–2 Nagelti Rovers
Byton 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Entown 0–1 Serbury
Ghindon 0–1 Panbury Town
Hindleston Wanderers 2–0 Poston
Yonsolo United 3–3 Rack City Rangers
Spindlow 0–2 Peswick Town
Colanso City 1–1 Peswick Rovers

New leaders at the top as Yonsolo United draw against Rack City Rangers, allowing Panbury to assume pole position after a win away at Ghindon. Galton United continue their good season to date, maintaining an IFCF spot after beating Loderno Inferno. At the bottom, Hindleston Wanderers beat Poston 2-0 to finally get themselves off the foot of the table, with their opponents replacing them. Byton's draw with Ordbury Athletic sees Entown replace them in the relegation zone after defeat to Serbury.

Jeckish Second League
Friedar Fire 1–2 Rasque Rovers
Rack Rovers 2–1 Motwick
Clyville Albion 2–1 Nasley
Moulville 1–2 Obstyne
Fental 4–2 AFC Treslip
Erathon 1–1 Lingham Lions
Darmborough 4–1 Dinsdon Town
Wardson Wanderers 1–3 Anclovia
Halsos Rovers 0–2 Walslow
Colanso United 1–1 Blarton United
Chiddersley 2–2 Lingham City

Week Seventeen

Jeckish Premier League
Peswick Rovers 2–3 Kyslo
Peswick Town 3–1 Colanso City
Rack City Rangers 1–2 Spindlow
Poston 0–0 Yonsolo United
Panbury Town 0–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Serbury 4–0 Ghindon
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Entown
Nagelti Rovers 1–0 Byton
Loderno Inferno 1–3 Mortsey
Fillston United 2–2 Galton United

It's a week of shocks in the JPL, with Panbury Town losing the top spot thanks to a 1-0 defeat at home to lowly Hindleston Wanderers, who continue a surprise revival and climb out of the relegation zone. Poston are now bottom, but have reason to be cheerful after getting a point at home to Yonsolo United, who are now top on goal difference. The results at the top mean Kyslo are now just three points behind after beating Peswick Rovers, with Peswick Town moving into the top four with a 3-1 defeat of a woeful Colanso City side now in 13th place.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 3–0 Lingham City
Blarton United 0–1 Chiddersley
Walslow 2–0 Colanso United
Anclovia 1–0 Halsos Rovers
Dinsdon Town 0–0 Wardson Wanderers
Lingham Lions 0–3 Darmborough
AFC Treslip 2–1 Erathon
Obstyne 1–2 Fental
Nasley 0–1 Moulville
Motwick 0–1 Clyville Albion
Friedar Fire 2–1 Rack Rovers

Week Eighteen

Jeckish Second League (MD19)
Rack Rovers 3–2 Rasque Rovers
Clyville Albion 2–2 Friedar Fire
Moulville 0–0 Motwick
Fental 1–1 Nasley
Erathon 3–2 Obstyne
Darmborough 3–0 AFC Treslip
Wardson Wanderers 2–1 Lingham Lions
Halsos Rovers 0–1 Dinsdon Town
Colanso United 2–1 Anclovia
Chiddersley 2–0 Walslow
Lingham City 0–1 Blarton United

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 3–1 Galton United
Mortsey 2–2 Fillston United
Byton 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Entown 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Ghindon 3–1 Ordbury Athletic
Hindleston Wanderers 0–1 Serbury
Yonsolo United 1–1 Panbury Town
Spindlow 3–1 Poston
Colanso City 1–0 Rack City Rangers
Peswick Rovers 0–2 Peswick Town

If you'd told most punters at the start of the season that Yonsolo United vs. Panbury Town would be more watched than Colanso vs. Rack City or the Peswick derby, they'd think you were mad. But it was the 1-1 draw at the top of the table that grabbed the headlines. As it is, Colanso and Town triumphed in those other games, whilst Kyslo cut the gap to the leading pair to just one point by defeating Galton United. Entown gained a point at home against a resurgent Nagelti Rovers to pass Peswick Rovers and rise to 17th.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–1 Blarton United
Walslow 1–3 Lingham City
Anclovia 1–3 Chiddersley
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Colanso United
Lingham Lions 2–1 Halsos Rovers
AFC Treslip 1–2 Wardson Wanderers
Obstyne 2–0 Darmborough
Nasley 1–2 Erathon
Motwick 2–0 Fental
Friedar Fire 3–1 Moulville
Rack Rovers 0–4 Clyville Albion

Week Nineteen

Jeckish Premier League
Peswick Town 1–1 Kyslo
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Peswick Rovers
Poston 1–1 Colanso City
Panbury Town 3–0 Spindlow
Serbury 1–0 Yonsolo United
Ordbury Athletic 4–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Nagelti Rovers 4–2 Ghindon
Loderno Inferno 0–1 Entown
Fillston United 0–2 Byton
Galton United 3–0 Mortsey

Yonsolo United continued to falter, a 1-0 loss away at Serbury particularly damaging as Panbury dispatched Spindlow 3-0. A top of the table clash between Peswick Town and Kyslo ended with the spoils shared, whilst Byton got a key win against Fillston United and Poston held Colanso City to a draw.

Jeckish Premier League   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Panbury Town 19 13 1 5 37 21 +16 40
2 Kyslo 19 11 4 4 40 22 +18 37
3 Yonsolo United 19 11 4 4 39 25 +14 37
4 Peswick Town 19 10 5 4 36 20 +16 35
5 Galton United 19 10 3 6 29 28 +1 33
6 Nagelti Rovers 19 8 7 4 28 21 +7 31
7 Rack City Rangers 19 8 6 5 39 28 +11 30
8 Serbury 19 8 6 5 31 26 +5 30
9 Loderno Inferno 19 8 4 7 28 27 +1 28
10 Ordbury Athletic 19 7 6 6 31 30 +1 27
11 Colanso City 19 7 4 8 26 24 +2 25
12 Spindlow 19 7 4 8 24 29 −5 25
13 Mortsey 19 6 6 7 28 26 +2 24
14 Ghindon 19 6 4 9 20 34 −14 22
15 Fillston United 19 5 5 9 26 37 −11 20
16 Entown 19 4 6 9 19 30 −11 18
17 Byton 19 5 2 12 15 30 −15 17
18 Hindleston Wanderers 19 3 6 10 16 29 −13 15
19 Peswick Rovers 19 3 5 11 19 30 −11 14
20 Poston 19 2 8 9 17 31 −14 14


So it's Panbury Town the unexpected leaders at the halfway mark, with Kyslo muscling ahead of Yonsolo United into second place. Peswick Town stay ahead of an impressive Galton United in the final IFCF spot, with sides such as Nagelti Rovers and Rack City Rangers lurking. Colanso City's nightmare season puts them 11th at the halfway point, with the bottom five teams constantly changing spots in the relegation battle.

Jeckish Second League
Clyville Albion 3–1 Rasque Rovers
Moulville 1–4 Rack Rovers
Fental 2–0 Friedar Fire
Erathon 2–1 Motwick
Darmborough 2–2 Nasley
Wardson Wanderers 0–2 Obstyne
Halsos Rovers 3–0 AFC Treslip
Colanso United 0–1 Lingham Lions
Chiddersley 4–0 Dinsdon Town
Lingham City 1–0 Anclovia
Blarton United 3–3 Walslow

Jeckish Second League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Rack Rovers 21 15 2 4 43 21 +22 47
2 Motwick 21 12 3 6 29 16 +13 39
3 Chiddersley 21 10 6 5 45 29 +16 36
4 Clyville Albion 21 10 6 5 40 28 +12 36
5 Wardson Wanderers 21 11 3 7 27 25 +2 36
6 Lingham City 21 10 3 8 40 30 +10 33
7 Darmborough 21 10 3 8 31 24 +7 33
8 Fental 21 10 3 8 31 26 +5 33
9 Blarton United 21 9 6 6 30 29 +1 33
10 Halsos Rovers 21 9 3 9 24 23 +1 30
11 Walslow 21 9 3 9 28 28 0 30
12 Dinsdon Town 21 7 8 6 29 28 +1 29
13 Erathon 21 7 7 7 32 36 −4 28
14 Lingham Lions 21 7 6 8 23 34 −11 27
15 Rasque Rovers 21 7 5 9 28 27 +1 26
16 AFC Treslip 21 8 1 12 30 38 −8 25
17 Obstyne 21 6 6 9 25 29 −4 24
18 Nasley 21 6 5 10 29 36 −7 23
19 Anclovia 21 7 2 12 21 30 −9 23
20 Friedar Fire 21 6 3 12 25 33 −8 21
21 Moulville 21 5 3 13 21 46 −25 18
22 Colanso United 21 3 7 11 17 32 −15 16


Rack Rovers have moved into a commanding lead at the top of the Second League, and have an 11 point buffer to fourth, the first non promotion slot. Motwick have consistently been in second but are in a far less secure position, with many teams very close to the top three. The league remains very close down to the bottom, with sides in mid table easily able to be pulled into either a promotion or relegation race.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Week Twenty

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–1 Mortsey
Galton United 2–1 Byton
Fillston United 2–1 Entown
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Ghindon
Nagelti Rovers 2–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Ordbury Athletic 1–3 Yonsolo United
Serbury 0–1 Spindlow
Panbury Town 0–3 Colanso City
Poston 1–3 Peswick Rovers
Rack City Rangers 1–2 Peswick Town

More change at the top as Panbury Town are thumped 3-0 at Colanso City. They drop to third on goal difference, level with leaders Kyslo and Yonsolo United, who beat Mortsey and Ordbury Athletic respectively. Peswick Town win a tough fixture away at Rack City Rangers to keep up the pressure in 4th place. Poston lose to Peswick Rovers in a key game at the bottom which sees Byton drop into the bottom three after a loss at Galton United.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–3 Walslow
Blarton United 0–3 Anclovia
Lingham City 0–1 Dinsdon Town
Chiddersley 0–2 Lingham Lions
Colanso United 1–1 AFC Treslip
Halsos Rovers 0–0 Obstyne
Wardson Wanderers 5–0 Nasley
Darmborough 0–0 Motwick
Erathon 2–3 Friedar Fire
Fental 2–0 Rack Rovers
Moulville 1–3 Clyville Albion

Week Twenty-One

Jeckish Cup - Round Two
Fillston United 1–2 Loderno Inferno
Moulville 0–2 Peswick Rovers
Byton 1–1 Mortsey (1–1 AET) (3–2 pen.)
Galton United 4–3 Spindlow
Colanso City 3–0 Chiddersley
Entown 0–1 Rasque Rovers
Poston 2–0 Ordbury Athletic
Rack City Rangers 1–1 Lingham Lions (1–2 AET)
Serbury 6–1 Yonsolo United
Motwick 0–1 Rack Rovers
Fental 1–0 Panbury Town
Peswick Town 1–1 Nagelti Rovers (2–2 AET) (2–4 pen.)
Dinsdon Town 0–3 Lingham City
Ghindon 1–1 Colanso United (2–1 AET)
Nasley 3–4 Kyslo
Wardson Wanderers 2–1 Hindleston Wanderers

The remaining twenty-two sides enter at this round, and there are a lot of results to unpick. Title chasers Yonsolo United are hammered 6-1 by Serbury in the biggest margin of the round. Panbury Town are eliminated by Second League side Fental in one of the shocks of the round, with Rack City Rangers poor season continuing with defeat after extra time to Lingham Lions. Entown and Hindleston Wanderers are the other two JPL sides to fall victim to lower league opponents. The biggest tie of the round between Peswick Town and Nagelti Rovers is one of two in the round to be decided from 12 yards, with the away side coming out victorious. Byton beat Mortsey in the other game to go the full distance. Kyslo and Galton United both come out on top in seven goal games.

Jeckish Premier League
Rack City Rangers 1–1 Kyslo
Peswick Town 3–0 Poston
Peswick Rovers 0–1 Panbury Town
Colanso City 1–0 Serbury
Spindlow 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Yonsolo United 0–0 Nagelti Rovers
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Ghindon 1–2 Fillston United
Entown 2–4 Galton United
Byton 1–2 Mortsey

The two big clashes of the weekend end in draws, with Rack City and Kyslo plus Yonsolo and Nagelti unable to separate themselves. Those results mean Panbury Town go into a 2 point lead with a win over Peswick Rovers, whilst the latter's city rivals move into second place after beating Poston. Mortsey immediately get revenge for their shootout loss in the cup, beating Byton in the league to keep them in the drop zone.

Jeckish Second League
Moulville 2–1 Rasque Rovers
Clyville Albion 3–1 Fental
Rack Rovers 3–1 Erathon
Friedar Fire 1–0 Darmborough
Motwick 0–1 Wardson Wanderers
Nasley 1–1 Halsos Rovers
Obstyne 2–5 Colanso United
AFC Treslip 2–2 Chiddersley
Lingham Lions 0–2 Lingham City
Dinsdon Town 1–0 Blarton United
Anclovia 1–3 Walslow

Week Twenty-Two

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 4–2 Byton
Mortsey 2–0 Entown
Galton United 1–1 Ghindon
Fillston United 1–0 Hindleston Wanderers
Loderno Inferno 0–3 Yonsolo United
Nagelti Rovers 0–1 Spindlow
Ordbury Athletic 1–3 Colanso City
Serbury 0–0 Peswick Rovers
Panbury Town 2–3 Peswick Town
Poston 0–2 Rack City Rangers

A big clash in the title race has a big cost for Panbury Town, with their loss to Peswick Town seeing them go from two points clear to fourth place after Kyslo and Yonsolo also won. Kyslo currently lead on goals scored from Peswick Town, with Yonsolo also level on points - this will be one hell of a title race. It's another week of struggle for the bottom five as none of them win - Peswick Rovers the closest with a goalless draw at Serbury to put them above their fellow struggles but still six adrift of Ghindon in 15th.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 3–0 Anclovia
Walslow 2–1 Dinsdon Town
Blarton United 4–1 Lingham Lions
Lingham City 2–0 AFC Treslip
Chiddersley 1–2 Obstyne
Colanso United 2–1 Nasley
Halsos Rovers 2–2 Motwick
Wardson Wanderers 2–1 Friedar Fire
Darmborough 1–1 Rack Rovers
Erathon 0–1 Clyville Albion
Fental 0–0 Moulville

Week Twenty-Three

Jeckish Premier League
Poston 2–2 Kyslo
Rack City Rangers 0–2 Panbury Town
Peswick Town 1–2 Serbury
Peswick Rovers 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Colanso City 0–2 Nagelti Rovers
Spindlow 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Yonsolo United 2–2 Fillston United
Hindleston Wanderers 2–1 Galton United
Ghindon 0–1 Mortsey
Entown 1–1 Byton

And just like that, Panbury Town are back on top! The only side of the top four to win do so impressively away at Rack City Rangers, with Yonsolo drawing with Fillston and Kyslo held at bottom club Poston. Peswick Town's home loss to Serbury sees them drop to fourth, with Galton United once again not taking advantage of the points dropped above them with a loss to lowly Hindleston Wanderers, whose fourth win of the season puts them above the dreaded relegation line. The fact that Nagelti Rovers beating Colanso City is barely noteworthy indicates the struggles of those two teams in this campaign.

Jeckish Second League
Fental 1–2 Rasque Rovers
Moulville 1–0 Erathon
Clyville Albion 1–0 Darmborough
Rack Rovers 3–1 Wardson Wanderers
Friedar Fire 1–0 Halsos Rovers
Motwick 1–1 Colanso United
Nasley 1–4 Chiddersley
Obstyne 0–2 Lingham City
AFC Treslip 2–1 Blarton United
Lingham Lions 2–1 Walslow
Dinsdon Town 0–0 Anclovia

Week Twenty-Four

Jeckish Cup - Round Three
Rack Rovers 4–0 Poston
Lingham Lions 0–1 Fental
Ghindon 1–2 Serbury
Galton United 0–0 Lingham City (2–0 AET)
Rasque Rovers 0–1 Loderno Inferno
Peswick Rovers 1–3 Colanso City
Kyslo 3–0 Nagelti Rovers
Byton 3–2 Wardson Wanderers

Nagelti Rovers are victims of a second tough draw and this time cannot overcome it, losing 3-0 away at Kyslo. It's bottom of the top tier versus top of the second as the impressive Rack Rovers show their JPL credentials in a 4-0 drubbing of relegation fighters Poston. Wardson Wanderers currently occupy a promotion slot, but cannot overcome the JPL's second bottom team Byton, who win 3-2. Lingham City put up a brave fight against Galton United, eventually losing 2-0 in the only tie to go beyond 90 minutes.

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–0 Entown
Byton 3–2 Ghindon
Mortsey 3–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Galton United 1–1 Yonsolo United
Fillston United 0–0 Spindlow
Loderno Inferno 4–1 Colanso City
Nagelti Rovers 4–2 Peswick Rovers
Ordbury Athletic 2–2 Peswick Town
Serbury 0–0 Rack City Rangers
Panbury Town 1–0 Poston

Kyslo and Panbury pull two points further from Yonsolo United and Peswick Town, with wins for the former and draws for the latter. Nagelti Rovers have re-surged back to fifth after beating Peswick Rovers. Byton beat Ghindon 3-2 to move to sixteenth, just three points behind their opponents after a poor run of form threatens to drag them into the dogfight at the bottom. Loderno Inferno shock Colanso City, putting four past them as their sorry season continues.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–2 Dinsdon Town
Anclovia 1–1 Lingham Lions
Walslow 2–2 AFC Treslip
Blarton United 1–1 Obstyne
Lingham City 1–1 Nasley
Chiddersley 1–1 Motwick
Colanso United 3–1 Friedar Fire
Halsos Rovers 1–2 Rack Rovers
Wardson Wanderers 3–0 Clyville Albion
Darmborough 1–0 Moulville
Erathon 1–3 Fental

Week Twenty-Five

Jeckish Premier League
Panbury Town 0–1 Kyslo
Poston 0–1 Serbury
Rack City Rangers 3–4 Ordbury Athletic
Peswick Town 2–1 Nagelti Rovers
Peswick Rovers 1–0 Loderno Inferno
Colanso City 1–1 Fillston United
Spindlow 1–0 Galton United
Yonsolo United 2–0 Mortsey
Hindleston Wanderers 0–2 Byton
Ghindon 0–3 Entown

It's first versus second in the big game this weekend and Kyslo take the three points to usurp Panbury Town at the top of the table. Yonsolo United beat Mortsey to go second, while Peswick Town put a big dent in Nagelti's top four ambitions with a 2-1 win. Rack City Rangers ship four at home to Ordbury Athletic as their troubles continue. Ghindon continue to be sucked into the relegation scrap, with a 3-0 defeat to Entown helping the visitors in their own fight against the drop. In the other key game at the bottom, Byton overtake Ghindon by defeating Hindleston Wanderers. Poston lose to Serbury and are now seven adrift of safety.

Jeckish Second League
Erathon 2–2 Rasque Rovers
Fental 0–1 Darmborough
Moulville 0–3 Wardson Wanderers
Clyville Albion 1–0 Halsos Rovers
Rack Rovers 2–0 Colanso United
Friedar Fire 2–0 Chiddersley
Motwick 0–1 Lingham City
Nasley 3–1 Blarton United
Obstyne 3–1 Walslow
AFC Treslip 2–1 Anclovia
Lingham Lions 1–2 Dinsdon Town

Week Twenty-Six

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 0–2 Ghindon
Entown 1–4 Hindleston Wanderers
Byton 0–2 Yonsolo United
Mortsey 2–0 Spindlow
Galton United 1–2 Colanso City
Fillston United 0–1 Peswick Rovers
Loderno Inferno 3–1 Peswick Town
Nagelti Rovers 1–0 Rack City Rangers
Ordbury Athletic 3–0 Poston
Serbury 1–1 Panbury Town

Another week, another new leader in this dramatic title race. This time it's Yonsolo United, the only one of the top four to win after beating Byton. Kyslo are defeated by Ghindon at home, Peswick Town lose to Loderno away and Panbury can only draw at Serbury. Poston are now nine points off the pace, owing to their loss against Ordbury Athletic and Peswick Rovers win against Fillston United which takes them out of the bottom three. Nagelti Rovers get a narrow win over Rack City Rangers to keep the pressure on the top four.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 3–0 Lingham Lions
Dinsdon Town 1–0 AFC Treslip
Anclovia 0–2 Obstyne
Walslow 3–3 Nasley
Blarton United 3–0 Motwick
Lingham City 2–1 Friedar Fire
Chiddersley 4–2 Rack Rovers
Colanso United 3–2 Clyville Albion
Halsos Rovers 0–2 Moulville
Wardson Wanderers 1–0 Fental
Darmborough 3–2 Erathon

Week Twenty-Seven

Jeckish Premier League
Serbury 2–1 Kyslo
Panbury Town 1–0 Ordbury Athletic
Poston 1–0 Nagelti Rovers
Rack City Rangers 2–0 Loderno Inferno
Peswick Town 3–0 Fillston United
Peswick Rovers 1–3 Galton United
Colanso City 4–2 Mortsey
Spindlow 2–0 Byton
Yonsolo United 0–1 Entown
Hindleston Wanderers 2–2 Ghindon

In what is becoming less of a surprise each week, the former leaders drop points and lose their position at the top. Yonsolo United would have fancied themselves to break that cycle with a home fixture against Entown, but a loss there puts the visitors out of the relegation zone and allows Panbury to go top after they beat Ordbury and Kyslo lose to Serbury. Poston's third win of the entire season means Nagelti Rovers are now seven points behind the IFCF spots in fifth place. Rack City Rangers remain in the bottom half of the table despite beating Loderno Inferno.

Jeckish Second League
Darmborough 1–1 Rasque Rovers
Erathon 2–0 Wardson Wanderers
Fental 2–0 Halsos Rovers
Moulville 1–2 Colanso United
Clyville Albion 3–2 Chiddersley
Rack Rovers 4–3 Lingham City
Friedar Fire 1–2 Blarton United
Motwick 1–0 Walslow
Nasley 1–0 Anclovia
Obstyne 1–2 Dinsdon Town
AFC Treslip 1–4 Lingham Lions

Week Twenty-Eight

Jeckish Second League (MD30)
Rasque Rovers 3–3 AFC Treslip
Lingham Lions 2–3 Obstyne
Dinsdon Town 4–1 Nasley
Anclovia 1–0 Motwick
Walslow 0–3 Friedar Fire
Blarton United 0–0 Rack Rovers
Lingham City 1–2 Clyville Albion
Chiddersley 3–0 Moulville
Colanso United 0–0 Fental
Halsos Rovers 2–2 Erathon
Wardson Wanderers 2–1 Darmborough

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–3 Hindleston Wanderers
Ghindon 1–1 Yonsolo United
Entown 2–1 Spindlow
Byton 1–3 Colanso City
Mortsey 0–0 Peswick Rovers
Galton United 0–1 Peswick Town
Fillston United 0–1 Rack City Rangers
Loderno Inferno 1–2 Poston
Nagelti Rovers 1–0 Panbury Town
Ordbury Athletic 0–1 Serbury

Once again the only team in the top four to win a game goes top of the league, Peswick Town's victory over a Galton side on woeful form after such a promising start putting them top of the pile. Nagelti Rovers victory over Panbury Town means they cut the gap back to four points after Kyslo's loss to Hindleston sees the latter bypass an out of form Byton into 18th. Entown continue their form by beating Spindlow to overtake Peswick Rovers.

Jeckish Premier League   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Peswick Town 28 16 6 6 54 31 +23 54
2 Yonsolo United 28 15 8 5 53 31 +22 53
3 Panbury Town 28 17 2 9 45 30 +15 53
4 Kyslo 28 15 6 7 55 35 +20 51
5 Nagelti Rovers 28 13 8 7 39 28 +11 47
6 Serbury 28 12 9 7 38 31 +7 45
7 Colanso City 28 13 5 10 44 36 +8 44
8 Galton United 28 13 5 10 42 40 +2 44
9 Rack City Rangers 28 11 8 9 49 38 +11 41
10 Mortsey 28 11 7 10 41 36 +5 40
11 Spindlow 28 11 7 10 32 35 −3 40
12 Loderno Inferno 28 10 7 11 39 40 −1 37
13 Ordbury Athletic 28 9 9 10 44 45 −1 36
14 Fillston United 28 8 8 12 34 47 −13 32
15 Ghindon 28 7 8 13 30 48 −18 29
16 Entown 28 7 7 14 30 46 −16 28
17 Peswick Rovers 28 6 8 14 28 40 −12 26
18 Hindleston Wanderers 28 6 8 14 30 44 −14 26
19 Byton 28 7 3 18 26 48 −22 24
20 Poston 28 4 9 15 23 47 −24 21


With ten games to go, four teams are battling for their first ever JPL title, with positions traded on a weekly basis this race will surely go to the wire. Nagelti Rovers lead four clubs including champions Colanso City who could make a late run for an IFCF spot if the form of those above allows it. Rack City Rangers continue to lag behind. At the bottom, some wins in the last few weeks for the bottom sides have dragged Ghindon and arguably Fillston United into an enthralling relegation battle. Poston have shown signs of life at the bottom but will need to do much more to survive.

Jeckish Second League (MD31)
Wardson Wanderers 0–0 Rasque Rovers
Darmborough 1–1 Halsos Rovers
Erathon 1–1 Colanso United
Fental 2–2 Chiddersley
Moulville 2–1 Lingham City
Clyville Albion 1–0 Blarton United
Rack Rovers 0–2 Walslow
Friedar Fire 5–3 Anclovia
Motwick 2–0 Dinsdon Town
Nasley 2–1 Lingham Lions
Obstyne 2–2 AFC Treslip

Jeckish Second League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Rack Rovers 31 20 4 7 60 36 +24 64
2 Clyville Albion 31 18 6 7 57 39 +18 60
3 Wardson Wanderers 31 18 4 9 45 32 +13 58
4 Dinsdon Town 31 14 9 8 43 36 +7 51
5 Lingham City 31 15 4 12 55 41 +14 49
6 Motwick 31 14 7 10 36 26 +10 49
7 Chiddersley 31 13 9 9 64 46 +18 48
8 Darmborough 31 13 7 11 40 33 +7 46
9 Fental 31 13 6 12 42 36 +6 45
10 Walslow 31 13 5 13 45 45 0 44
11 Blarton United 31 12 8 11 42 42 0 44
12 Rasque Rovers 31 10 9 12 45 41 +4 39
13 Friedar Fire 31 12 3 16 44 47 −3 39w
14 Obstyne 31 10 9 12 41 45 −4 39
15 Lingham Lions 31 10 7 14 37 53 −16 37
16 AFC Treslip 31 10 6 15 45 57 −12 36
17 Halsos Rovers 31 9 8 14 31 37 −6 35
18 Colanso United 31 8 11 12 35 44 −9 35
19 Nasley 31 9 8 14 43 58 −15 35
20 Erathon 31 8 10 13 45 55 −10 34
21 Anclovia 31 9 4 18 31 47 −16 31
22 Moulville 31 9 4 18 30 60 −30 31


A seven point gap between third and fourth with 11 games to go means that Rack Rovers, Clyville Albion and Wardson Wanderers look the favourites for promotion, but nothing is near to finalised at this point. Whilst Moulville and Anclovia are slightly adrift at the bottom, any team in the bottom half could be sucked into the four relegation spots, including big names such as Rasque Rovers and Obstyne.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Week Twenty-Nine

Jeckish Premier League
Ordbury Athletic 2–1 Kyslo
Serbury 2–2 Nagelti Rovers
Panbury Town 1–0 Loderno Inferno
Poston 0–1 Fillston United
Rack City Rangers 4–3 Galton United
Peswick Town 3–0 Mortsey
Peswick Rovers 3–0 Byton
Colanso City 4–1 Entown
Spindlow 1–1 Ghindon
Yonsolo United 3–1 Hindleston Wanderers

For a change, not much changes in the title race, with the top three all winning as expected. Kyslo's fourth successive, this time to Ordbury Athletic, loss puts them six points off the pace and glancing over their shoulders at the likes of Nagelti Rovers, who drew away at Serbury and Colanso City, who may yet salvage something from this season following some good form. Peswick Rovers are the big winners at the bottom, their 3-0 win over Byton giving them three valuable points in the fight to stay up. Rack City Rangers served up a seven goal thriller in their defeat of Galton United, overtaking their opposition in the process.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 2–0 Obstyne
AFC Treslip 0–0 Nasley
Lingham Lions 1–2 Motwick
Dinsdon Town 3–1 Friedar Fire
Anclovia 0–2 Rack Rovers
Walslow 1–1 Clyville Albion
Blarton United 2–0 Moulville
Lingham City 1–3 Fental
Chiddersley 2–2 Erathon
Colanso United 3–1 Darmborough
Halsos Rovers 0–4 Wardson Wanderers

Week Thirty

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 0–1 Yonsolo United
Hindleston Wanderers 1–2 Spindlow
Ghindon 1–1 Colanso City
Entown 2–1 Peswick Rovers
Byton 1–1 Peswick Town
Mortsey 0–0 Rack City Rangers
Galton United 0–3 Poston
Fillston United 1–2 Panbury Town
Loderno Inferno 1–0 Serbury
Nagelti Rovers 2–2 Ordbury Athletic

Kyslo's title hopes are hanging by a thread after defeat by new leaders Yonsolo United leaves them eight points off the pace with eight to play. Peswick Town's draw away at Byton sees Yonsolo and Panbury Town overtake them after the latter win at Fillston United. Kyslo are only two points away from dropping out of the IFCF spots and will be relived that Nagelti Rovers and Colanso City drew winnable games against Ordbury Athletic and Ghindon respectively. In the day's relegation six pointer, Entown landed an important blow, beating Peswick Rovers 2-1. Poston won 3-0 at Galton United, showing the vastly differing form of these sides despite their positions in the table.

Jeckish Second League
Halsos Rovers 2–3 Rasque Rovers
Wardson Wanderers 2–0 Colanso United
Darmborough 1–1 Chiddersley
Erathon 1–1 Lingham City
Fental 3–0 Blarton United
Moulville 3–2 Walslow
Clyville Albion 3–2 Anclovia
Rack Rovers 2–3 Dinsdon Town
Friedar Fire 3–3 Lingham Lions
Motwick 6–2 AFC Treslip
Nasley 3–1 Obstyne

Week Thirty-One

Jeckish Cup - Quarter Finals
Fental 2–1 Loderno Inferno
Kyslo 2–4 Byton
Galton United 2–1 Rack Rovers
Colanso City 1–0 Serbury

The magic of the cup is in full showing today, with Second League Fental usurping Loderno Inferno to reach the final four. Kyslo's poor form in the league translates into the cup, with Byton beating them 4-2 to progress. Galton United shake off their struggles to dispatch of the other Second League team in the quarters, with a 2-1 win over JSL leaders Rack Rovers. Reigning but soon to be deposed Colanso City are the surefire favourites for the Cup however, knocking out Serbury to put them two wins away from their fourth piece of silverware.

Jeckish Premier League
Nagelti Rovers 4–2 Kyslo
Ordbury Athletic 1–1 Loderno Inferno
Serbury 0–1 Fillston United
Panbury Town 3–1 Galton United
Poston 1–0 Mortsey
Rack City Rangers 3–1 Byton
Peswick Town 5–1 Entown
Peswick Rovers 2–1 Ghindon
Colanso City 5–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Spindlow 2–3 Yonsolo United

If it needed any more confirmation, this has become a three horse race for the title, with none of the riders stumbling as the finish line approaches. Yonosolo snatched a victory away at Spindlow, Panbury defeated Galton United and Peswick Town thrashed Entown. What looked like a dead race for the IFCF spots has burst into life with Kyslo's collapse, with Nagelti Rovers beating them to surge past them into that coveted fourth place. Colanso City are level with Kyslo one point behind after a resounding victory over Hindleston Wanderers. Poston have miraculously dragged themselves off the bottom with a 1-0 win over Mortsey, overtaking both Hindleston and Byton, who lost 3-1 at Rack City. Peswick Rovers overtake Ghindon by defeating them 2-1.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–1 Nasley
Obstyne 1–3 Motwick
AFC Treslip 2–0 Friedar Fire
Lingham Lions 1–4 Rack Rovers
Dinsdon Town 0–2 Clyville Albion
Anclovia 0–0 Moulville
Walslow 2–2 Fental
Blarton United 1–0 Erathon
Lingham City 0–0 Darmborough
Chiddersley 1–3 Wardson Wanderers
Colanso United 1–0 Halsos Rovers

Week Thirty-Two

Jeckish Second League (MD35)
Colanso United 1–2 Rasque Rovers
Halsos Rovers 1–1 Chiddersley
Wardson Wanderers 3–1 Lingham City
Darmborough 2–1 Blarton United
Erathon 1–1 Walslow
Fental 1–1 Anclovia
Moulville 2–0 Dinsdon Town
Clyville Albion 4–0 Lingham Lions
Rack Rovers 2–0 AFC Treslip
Friedar Fire 0–2 Obstyne
Motwick 3–1 Nasley

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–0 Spindlow
Yonsolo United 1–1 Colanso City
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Peswick Rovers
Ghindon 1–2 Peswick Town
Entown 5–3 Rack City Rangers
Byton 2–1 Poston
Mortsey 3–1 Panbury Town
Galton United 2–1 Serbury
Fillston United 0–2 Ordbury Athletic
Loderno Inferno 1–2 Nagelti Rovers

Yonsolo United versus Colanso City affected both the title and IFCF races, but not in the order you'd have expected at the start of the season. The 1-1 draw meant the league leaders lost their birth, but Panbury Town were unable to capitalise after losing 3-1 at Mortsey, meaning Peswick Town took to the summit after a win at struggling Ghindon. Colanso lost ground in the race for fourth as Nagelti Rovers beat Loderno Inferno and Kyslo arrested the slump with a 2-0 win over Spindlow. Byton defeated Poston in a key game at the bottom, consigning their visitors to the foot of the table once more but still three points short of escaping the drop zone themselves. Hindleston Wanderers in 19th drew with Peswick Rovers in a result that probably favours the visitors more, whilst Entown took a giant leap towards safety after a ding-dong battle with Rack City Rangers ended in a 5-3 victory.

Jeckish Second League (MD36)
Rasque Rovers 0–1 Motwick
Nasley 3–0 Friedar Fire
Obstyne 3–1 Rack Rovers
AFC Treslip 0–0 Clyville Albion
Lingham Lions 2–2 Moulville
Dinsdon Town 1–2 Fental
Anclovia 2–2 Erathon
Walslow 2–0 Darmborough
Blarton United 1–0 Wardson Wanderers
Lingham City 0–1 Halsos Rovers
Chiddersley 1–0 Colanso United

Week Thirty-Three

Jeckish Premier League
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Kyslo
Nagelti Rovers 0–0 Fillston United
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Galton United
Serbury 4–3 Mortsey
Panbury Town 1–1 Byton
Poston 1–1 Entown
Rack City Rangers 3–1 Ghindon
Peswick Town 3–0 Hindleston Wanderers
Peswick Rovers 2–1 Yonsolo United
Colanso City 1–1 Spindlow

Peswick Town have a dream week, taking what could be a decisive four point lead with five matches to go. Their 3-0 win over Hindleston Wanderers puts their opponents bottom of the table, whilst Yonsolo United's loss to Peswick Rovers sees them seven clear of the bottom three. Byton also pick up a point at the bottom, away to Panbury Town, whilst the teams in 4th to 6th all draw to keep the IFCF race close. Rack City Rangers move a little closer to that fourth spot with victory over Ghindon, now just two points clear of eighteenth.

Jeckish Second League
Chiddersley 2–0 Rasque Rovers
Colanso United 1–1 Lingham City
Halsos Rovers 0–4 Blarton United
Wardson Wanderers 2–2 Walslow
Darmborough 1–2 Anclovia
Erathon 4–1 Dinsdon Town
Fental 1–1 Lingham Lions
Moulville 6–2 AFC Treslip
Clyville Albion 2–0 Obstyne
Rack Rovers 1–2 Nasley
Friedar Fire 2–2 Motwick

Week Thirty-Four

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 2–0 Colanso City
Spindlow 2–1 Peswick Rovers
Yonsolo United 4–1 Peswick Town
Hindleston Wanderers 1–4 Rack City Rangers
Ghindon 0–2 Poston
Entown 2–2 Panbury Town
Byton 2–0 Serbury
Mortsey 0–6 Ordbury Athletic
Galton United 0–1 Nagelti Rovers
Fillston United 2–0 Loderno Inferno

In a game that could have put them seven points clear at the top, Peswick Town failed to show up, losing 4-1 to their title rivals Yonsolo United to cut the gap back down to one. Panbury Town are a further two points off the pace after drawing with Entown. Kyslo also claimed a big win, beating Colanso City 2-0 to cement their position as the main challengers to Nagelti Rovers for 4th, who beat Galton United to maintain their position. At the bottom, Poston took a huge step towards survival, beating Ghindon 2-0 away from home. The home side are now 19th, as Byton also claimed victory over Serbury. In the biggest margin of victory this season, a sorry Mortsey lost 6-0 to fellow midtable side Ordbury Athletic, with the two time champions languishing in twelfth.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 1–1 Friedar Fire
Motwick 2–2 Rack Rovers
Nasley 1–1 Clyville Albion
Obstyne 5–2 Moulville
AFC Treslip 1–1 Fental
Lingham Lions 0–1 Erathon
Dinsdon Town 1–3 Darmborough
Anclovia 1–0 Wardson Wanderers
Walslow 2–3 Halsos Rovers
Blarton United 3–1 Colanso United
Lingham City 1–1 Chiddersley

Week Thirty-Five

Jeckish Cup - Semi Finals
Galton United 0–1 Fental
Byton 2–4 Colanso City

Fental pull off the latest in a line of shock results in this competition, this time putting Galton United to the sword on their own patch to make the first ever Jeckish Cup Final. They will need to pull off arguably their biggest upset of all when they get there, as Colanso City beat Byton in an entertaining game to reach Jecken Stadium to compete for their fourth piece of silverware.

Jeckish Premier League
Fillston United 0–3 Kyslo
Loderno Inferno 2–4 Galton United
Nagelti Rovers 2–2 Mortsey
Ordbury Athletic 4–2 Byton
Serbury 1–1 Entown
Panbury Town 3–1 Ghindon
Poston 3–1 Hindleston Wanderers
Rack City Rangers 3–0 Yonsolo United
Peswick Town 4–4 Spindlow
Peswick Rovers 1–4 Colanso City

A thriller at Peswick Town sees a 4-4 draw with Spindlow which keeps the hosts on top of the table. This is thanks to Rack City Rangers, who comfortably beat Yonsolo United 3-0 to try to keep their IFCF hopes alive. Panbury Town move into second with a 3-1 win over a Ghindon side now three points from safety after such a promising start. Poston's win over Hindleston Wanderers is what moves them clear of Ghindon, and also means the bottom club can be relegated on the next matchday. Kyslo reclaim 4th place after beating Fillston United and Nagelti Rovers failing to beat a Mortsey side much improved from their abject performance last week.

Jeckish Second League
Lingham City 1–0 Rasque Rovers
Chiddersley 3–0 Blarton United
Colanso United 1–0 Walslow
Halsos Rovers 0–3 Anclovia
Wardson Wanderers 2–0 Dinsdon Town
Darmborough 3–0 Lingham Lions
Erathon 1–1 AFC Treslip
Fental 2–1 Obstyne
Moulville 1–1 Nasley
Clyville Albion 1–0 Motwick
Rack Rovers 2–0 Friedar Fire

Top of the table Clyville Albion defeat 4th placed Motwick to secure their return to the JPL after four seasons absence. They will be joined by Rack Rovers, who secured their top flight place for the first time ever after beating Friedar Fire. Third placed Wardson Wanderers now need just two more points to seal a JPL debut. Everyone from 11th downwards is still mathematically in relegation danger, with none of the four sides going down decided yet.


Week Thirty-Six

Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 3–1 Peswick Rovers
Colanso City 1–1 Peswick Town
Spindlow 0–2 Rack City Rangers
Yonsolo United 3–2 Poston
Hindleston Wanderers 2–4 Panbury Town
Ghindon 1–1 Serbury
Entown 0–1 Ordbury Athletic
Byton 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Mortsey 4–0 Loderno Inferno
Galton United 1–0 Fillston United

Yet another change at the top in the to-and-fro nature of this title race sees Panbury Town take to the summit after a 4-2 win which relegates Hindleston Wanderers. Peswick Town, drawing 1-1 away at Colanso City, and Yonsolo United, beating Poston 3-2, are one point behind with just two matches to go, including one between Panbury and Yonsolo. Poston's loss is costly as Ghindon and Byton both battle to draws, closing the gap to the team in seventeenth. Byton's draw sees Nagetli Rovers lose further ground to Kyslo, now three points clear in fourth place after beating Peswick Rovers, who along with Entown are still mathematically in the relegation fight.

Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 4–0 Rack Rovers
Friedar Fire 1–1 Clyville Albion
Motwick 1–2 Moulville
Nasley 2–2 Fental
Obstyne 0–3 Erathon
AFC Treslip 1–0 Darmborough
Lingham Lions 1–0 Wardson Wanderers
Dinsdon Town 1–1 Halsos Rovers
Anclovia 1–1 Colanso United
Walslow 0–0 Chiddersley
Blarton United 4–1 Lingham City

Motwick's loss to Moulville sees the promotion places decided with two games to spare, Wardson Wanderers the beneficiaries despite a loss to bottom club Lingham Lions. Four from a possible ten could still go down, with Lions living to fight another day after that win.

Week Thirty-Seven

Jeckish Premier League
Galton United 0–0 Kyslo
Fillston United 0–1 Mortsey
Loderno Inferno 1–1 Byton
Nagelti Rovers 4–0 Entown
Ordbury Athletic 1–0 Ghindon
Serbury 3–4 Hindleston Wanderers
Panbury Town 0–1 Yonsolo United
Poston 2–1 Spindlow
Rack City Rangers 0–1 Colanso City
Peswick Town 1–2 Peswick Rovers

It's Yonsolo United who once again triumph over their title rivals, with the titanic clash against Panbury Town being settled by a solitary goal for the away side. Peswick Town's title hope suffer a huge dent, as they lose in the Peswick Derby to their city rivals Rovers. Nagelti Rovers get a boost after a 4-0 humbling of Entown, with Kyslo unable to match them in their draw with Galton United. Poston gain a huge win at home to Spindlow, with Byton drawing against Loderno Inferno and Ghindon losing at Ordbury Athletic.

Jeckish Premier League   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Yonsolo United 37 21 9 7 70 43 +27 72 CC
2 Panbury Town 37 22 4 11 62 42 +20 70 CC
3 Peswick Town 37 20 9 8 75 45 +30 69 CC

4 Kyslo 37 19 8 10 69 44 +25 65
5 Nagelti Rovers 37 17 13 7 57 38 +19 64
6 Rack City Rangers 37 17 9 11 71 50 +21 60
7 Colanso City 37 17 9 11 62 45 +17 60
8 Ordbury Athletic 37 16 11 10 64 51 +13 59
9 Galton United 37 16 6 15 53 55 −2 54
10 Serbury 37 13 12 12 50 48 +2 51
11 Mortsey 37 14 9 14 54 53 +1 51
12 Spindlow 37 13 10 14 45 52 −7 49
13 Loderno Inferno 37 11 10 16 46 56 −10 43
14 Fillston United 37 11 9 17 39 56 −17 42
15 Peswick Rovers 37 10 9 18 42 55 −13 39
16 Poston 37 9 10 18 38 56 −18 37
17 Entown 37 9 10 18 43 68 −25 37
18 Byton 37 9 7 21 37 63 −26 34
19 Ghindon 37 7 11 19 37 64 −27 32 R
20 Hindleston Wanderers 37 7 9 21 42 72 −30 30 R


So the three way race for the title goes to the very last day, with Yonsolo United taking the top spot after that crucial win over Panbury Town. Peswick Town are still in it by virtue of having the best goal difference of the three sides. Nagelti have narrowed the gap to the Challengers Cup spot down to one but it will be Kyslo with their fate in their own hands on the final day. Results at the bottom mean Ghindon become the second promoted team going straight back down, with Byton needing a win to avoid making it a clean sweep. Entown and Poston are the other sides that could be facing the drop, although the latter's goal difference makes this unlikely.

Jeckish Second League
Blarton United 1–1 Rasque Rovers
Lingham City 2–0 Walslow
Chiddersley 2–2 Anclovia
Colanso United 1–2 Dinsdon Town
Halsos Rovers 2–1 Lingham Lions
Wardson Wanderers 2–0 AFC Treslip
Darmborough 1–1 Obstyne
Erathon 0–0 Nasley
Fental 0–1 Motwick
Moulville 0–0 Friedar Fire
Clyville Albion 0–0 Rack Rovers

Jeckish Second League  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Clyville Albion 41 23 11 7 72 44 +28 80 P, LBCT
2 Rack Rovers 41 24 6 11 76 51 +25 78 P, LBCT
3 Wardson Wanderers 41 24 5 12 63 39 +24 77 P, LBCT

4 Motwick 41 20 9 12 57 38 +19 69
5 Chiddersley 41 16 15 10 78 56 +22 63
6 Blarton United 41 18 9 14 59 53 +6 63
7 Fental 41 17 11 13 59 47 +12 62
8 Dinsdon Town 41 17 10 14 55 56 −1 61
9 Lingham City 41 17 8 16 64 55 +9 59
10 Darmborough 41 16 10 15 52 45 +7 58
11 Rasque Rovers 41 14 12 15 59 51 +8 54
12 Walslow 41 14 10 17 57 60 −3 52
13 Nasley 41 12 14 15 57 68 −11 50
14 Erathon 41 11 16 14 60 64 −4 49
15 Obstyne 41 13 10 18 55 64 −9 49
16 Moulville 41 13 8 20 48 75 −27 47
17 Colanso United 41 11 13 17 45 57 −12 46
18 Halsos Rovers 41 12 10 19 41 57 −16 46
19 AFC Treslip 41 12 10 19 54 75 −21 46
20 Anclovia 41 12 9 20 45 59 −14 45
21 Friedar Fire 41 12 8 21 52 66 −14 44
22 Lingham Lions 41 11 10 20 47 75 −28 43


Three teams are still in the hunt for the JSL title, while there are nine sides technically in with a chance of finishing 19th or below and being relegated.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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Postby Jeckland » Sun Jul 12, 2020 3:54 pm

JPL FINAL DAY LIVE

OOC: The following is all taken from @JecklandF on Twitter, where the final day was roleplayed in real time.

- Three teams fighting for the title.

The final Challenger's Cup spot up for grabs.

The final relegation spot to be decided.

One hour until kick off in the final day of the JPL.

- Over the next few hours, we'll find out which of the three hopefuls will become the third ever team to win the Jeckish Premier League.

Jeckland Football's match feed will keep you across all the goals and events in the 10 games being played as everything is decided.

- A reminder of today's fixtures:

Kyslo vs. Peswick Town
Peswick Rovers vs. Rack City Rangers
Colanso City vs. Poston
Spindlow vs. Panbury Town
Yonsolo United vs. Serbury
Hindleston Wanderers vs. Ordbury Athletic
Ghindon vs. Nagelti Rovers
Entown vs. Loderno Inferno
Byton vs. Fillston United
Mortsey vs. Galton United

All fixtures will kick off at the same time.

- PERMUTATIONS - TITLE RACE: For Yonsolo United, the equation seems simple enough. If they win at home to Serbury, they will become Jeckish champions. A draw is also highly likely to be enough, given their goal difference. Panbury Town could theoretically take the title if Yonsolo draw, but would need to beat Spindlow by eight goals. The most likely scenario in which they win the title is with a victory and a Yonsolo United defeat. If Yonsolo United lose and Panbury Town fail to win, Peswick Town will win the title on goal difference with victory over Kyslo.

- PERMUTATIONS - International Competition: The champions will take Jeckland's sole place in the Champions League. The three title contenders are guaranteed at least Challengers Cup football, with the top two entering the CEdC. The final Challengers Cup spot is currently held by Kyslo, who will seal it with victory over Peswick Town or by matching the result of fifth placed Nagelti Rovers. Nagelti Rovers will claim the spot if they win away at Ghindon and Kyslo fail to beat Peswick Town. A draw and a Kyslo loss could also theoretically see them through, but would require Peswick Town to win by seven goals.

- PERMUTATIONS - RELEGATION: Poston and Entown are both able to secure their JPL places with a point against Colanso City and Loderno Inferno respectively. If either fails, Byton could survive by beating Fillston United, although Poston's goal difference likely saves them anyway.

- Just 15 minutes remain until kick off.

How do you think the day will pan out?

- There will be a new name on the JPL trophy in just two hours time...

Don't miss a moment here in the conclusion to the most exciting title race in JPL history!

- The twenty JPL teams are starting to make their way onto the pitches around the country to do battle for the last time this season.

- The referee's whistles are blowing around Jeckland.

Here we go!

- GOAL: YONSOLO UNITED 0-1 SERBURY (2 mins) - What a start to the day! Peyton Smalls escapes his marker at the far post to put the visitors ahead!

Yonsolo remain top as it stands, but a goal from either Panbury Town or Peswick Town puts them in the driving seat!

- GOAL: COLANSO CITY 1-0 POSTON (8 mins) - The Surfers take an early lead, Alden as cool as you like in the one on one with keeper Causer.

- GOAL: MORTSEY 1-0 GALTON UNITED (10 mins) - Wickham rises highest from a corner to head the Shells ahead. If it stays like this, Mortsey overtake their opponents and finish in the top half.

- GOAL - BYTON 1-0 FILLSTON UNITED (11 mins) - How big could this be?

A pearler of a Plaskett free kick puts the hosts ahead and heaps the pressure on Entown!

- GOAL - PESWICK ROVERS 1-0 RACK CITY RANGERS (13 mins) - Dell Riley cuts onto his right foot and fires home from the edge of the box to give the hosts the lead at Peswick Park.

- GOAL - YONSOLO UNITED 0-2 SERBURY (15 mins) - Things go from bad to worse for Yonsolo United!

A botched clearance from Thorburn goes straight to Cason who puts the league leaders two behind and in a precarious position at the top!

- GOAL: Hindleston Wanderers 1-0 Ordbury Athletic (22 mins) - Hindleston could still at least move out of last place today, and they've made a good start, with Abbey giving the hosts the advantage over Ordbury.

- GOAL: COLANSO CITY 2-0 POSTON (25 mins) - The Surfers look to be going into the Jeckish Cup final on good form, doubling their advantage with a lovely team move finished off by Peters.

- GOAL: KYSLO 1-0 PESWICK TOWN (27 mins) - Peswick Town would win the JPL with victory as it stands, but they've gone behind!

Virgil Ayers chips the onrushing Pound to provisionally secure Challengers Cup football for his side and delight Yonsolo United and Panbury Town fans!

- GOAL: BYTON 1-1 FILLSTON UNITED (31 mins) - The visitors equalise through a Cook header to deal a hammer blow to the Bears, who need a win to have a chance of survival!

- GOAL: SPINDLOW 1-0 PANBURY TOWN (33 minutes) - There'll be pandemonium in Yonsolo when they hear about this!

A cross by Hill is diverted into his own net by the unfortunate Robertson, and Panbury are behind!

Every team in the title race are now losing, leaving Yonsolo on top!

- GOAL: HINDLESTON WANDERERS 1-1 ORDBURY ATHLETIC (36 mins) - It's level again here, Andrewson with a simple finish for Ordbury.

- GOAL: ENTOWN 1-0 LODERNO INFERNO (38 mins) - Entown take a huge leap towards survival!

They may only need a draw, but Dean's maruding run and finish from left back sees them take a huge step towards securing their JPL future!

- GOAL: COLANSO CITY 3-0 POSTON (43 mins) - It's one way traffic here at Beachside, Graves adding the third with a thumping drive from range.

- GOAL: GHINDON 0-1 NAGELTI ROVERS (44 mins) - That man Cyprian Stack heaps the pressure on Kyslo, who as it stands must win to keep their IFCF place!

- It's half time around the grounds.

What a half of action we've had here!

- AS IT STANDS - Yonsolo United will win the JPL and qualify for the Champions League despite being 2-0 down to Serbury.

Kyslo will join Panbury Town and Peswick Town in the Challengers Cup, with Panbury also in the Campionato Esportiva de Campeones.

Byton will be relegated.

- The second halves get underway.

Will there be any twists in the next 45 minutes?

- GOAL: Kyslo 2-0 Peswick Town (51 mins) - A goal with huge implications!

Kyslo cement 4th place as Ingram Adair picks up a loose ball and drives home. Peswick will need to mount a three goal comeback to have a chance at the title now!

- GOAL: PESWICK ROVERS 1-1 RACK CITY RANGERS (54 mins) - Cree Martel with a moment of magic, bending the ball around defenders and the keeper to level the scores.

- GOAL: GHINDON 1-1 NAGELTI ROVERS (56 mins) - Nagelti's chances of 4th place fade further as Jarred Yates bundles home a free kick to draw the relegated Ghindon level.

- GOAL: KYSLO 3-0 PESWICK TOWN (57 mins) - Surely that decides it!

Kyslo look to be back in the Challengers Cup as Rueben Sanderson converts from the spot following a foul on him by Senior.

Peswick Town are all but out of the title race, and will likely settle for third.

- GOAL: SPINDLOW 1-1 PANBURY TOWN (58 mins) - This could be huge!

Jayceon Gage with an inspired finish puts Panbury level, needing just one goal to take the lead in the JPL!

- GOAL: BYTON 1-2 FILLSTON UNITED (60 mins) - A bitter blow for Byton as Bagley puts the Bears behind. They need to come back and win and hope Loderno Inferno can turn things around and beat Entown, or they will be relegated.

- GOAL: COLANSO CITY 3-1 POSTON (62 mins) - Poston pull one back, Clemens making a rare error in the Colanso goal after failing to save a tame Mayer shot.

- GOAL: YONSOLO UNITED 0-3 SERBURY (64 mins) - Cason gets his second to put Serbury three goals to the good, some poor defending allowing the Sharks striker to score easily.

Yonsolo will now be relying on Spindlow to stop Panbury Town from winning and taking the title!

- GOAL: PESWICK ROVERS 1-2 RACK CITY RANGERS (67 mins) - Rangers come from behind to take the lead and it's that man Martel once again, this time with a far post header.

- GOAL: BYTON 2-2 FILLSTON UNITED (68 minutes) - The Bears haven't given up yet!

Stamp's shot hits the post, but the rebound falls straight back to him and he levels the scores!

- GOAL: KYSLO 4-0 PESWICK TOWN (72 minutes) - Kimball Forest makes sure the result isn't in doubt, latching onto a through ball and tucking into the far corner.

- GOAL: COLANSO CITY 4-1 POSTON (80 minutes) - Jeckland captain Teddie Gilbert scores off his shin to ensure Colanso head to Jecken Stadium for the cup final with a win.

- Ten minutes to go, and the title race and relegation battle are still alive!

- GOAL: SPINDLOW 2-1 PANBURY TOWN (82 mins) - This could be the goal that seals the title for Yonsolo United!

An innocuous looking through ball is latched onto by Tupper, who puts the hosts into the lead!

Panbury Town need two unanswered goals to win the league!

- GOAL: ENTOWN 2-0 LODERNO INFERNO (83 mins) - Barring a late collapse, Entown are safe!

Sampson rounds the keeper and slots into an empty net to finish a slick counter and put Byton in peril!

- GOAL: PESWICK ROVERS 2-2 RACK CITY RANGERS (84 mins) - Boon's crisp drive can't be kept out by Mayes despite him getting a hand on it. This game is level once more.

- GOAL: BYTON 2-3 FILLSTON UNITED (85 mins) - Byton are surely relegated now.

They commit bodies forward for the goal they need, but Saylor is left alone up front for Fillston and he puts the Bears behind.

- GOAL: ENTOWN 3-0 LODERNO INFERNO (86 mins) - Entown put the gloss on the victory that will secure their survival, another counter attack resulting in a thumping finish from Spencer from a tight angle.

- GOAL: YONSOLO UNITED 0-4 SERBURY (88 mins) - Roach drills a fourth past Hermanson in the Yonsolo goal, but the fans are barely watching anymore. All eyes are on Panbury - can they pull off a late comeback to beat Spindlow?

- We move into stoppage time around the grounds.

Can Panbury Town come up with something magical?

- Byton are officially relegated from the JPL after their 3-2 loss to Fillston United.

- It's full time at Carcillo. Yonsolo have lost 4-0 at home, but it doesn't look like they'll care about that in a minute...

- YONSOLO UNITED ARE JPL CHAMPIONS!

Spindlow have beaten Panbury Town, meaning The Wolves have won an unlikely first ever JPL title!

- Elsewhere in the JPL, Panbury Town qualify for the CEdC and Challengers Cup, where they will be joined by Peswick Town and Kyslo.

Byton are relegated, joining Ghindon and Hindleston Wanderers and meaning all three promoted sides go straight back down.

- Yonsolo United captain Loren Tittensor: "This is the most amazing feeling. We didn't do well today but I don't care right now. Nobody expected us to win the league at the start of the season but we did it!"

- Yonsolo United manager Carol Fairclough: "I am so proud of this group of players. Today didn't go to plan in our game but over the course of the season we've played above and beyond any expectations and we fully deserve this title."

- And so, as Tittensor lifts the trophy to the sound of a raucous home crowd, we bid farewell to the sixth season of the JPL.

We'll be back soon with season 7. If it's half as good as this one, it will be a treat.


Jeckish Premier League
Kyslo 4–0 Peswick Town
Peswick Rovers 2–2 Rack City Rangers
Colanso City 4–1 Poston
Spindlow 2–1 Panbury Town
Yonsolo United 0–4 Serbury
Hindleston Wanderers 1–1 Ordbury Athletic
Ghindon 1–1 Nagelti Rovers
Entown 3–0 Loderno Inferno
Byton 2–3 Fillston United
Mortsey 1–0 Galton United

Jeckish Premier League Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Yonsolo United 38 21 9 8 70 47 +23 72 Champions, CL, CEdC
2 Panbury Town 38 22 4 12 63 44 +19 70 CC, CEdC
3 Peswick Town 38 20 9 9 75 49 +26 69 CC
4 Kyslo 38 20 8 10 73 44 +29 68 CC

5 Nagelti Rovers 38 17 14 7 58 39 +19 65
6 Colanso City 38 18 9 11 66 46 +20 63
7 Rack City Rangers 38 17 10 11 73 52 +21 61
8 Ordbury Athletic 38 16 12 10 65 52 +13 60
9 Serbury 38 14 12 12 54 48 +6 54
10 Mortsey 38 15 9 14 55 53 +2 54
11 Galton United 38 16 6 16 53 56 −3 54
12 Spindlow 38 14 10 14 47 53 −6 52
13 Fillston United 38 12 9 17 42 58 −16 45
14 Loderno Inferno 38 11 10 17 46 59 −13 43
15 Peswick Rovers 38 10 10 18 44 57 −13 40
16 Entown 38 10 10 18 46 68 −22 40
17 Poston 38 9 10 19 39 60 −21 37
18 Byton 38 9 7 22 39 66 −27 34 Relegated
19 Ghindon 38 7 12 19 38 65 −27 33 Relegated
20 Hindleston Wanderers 38 7 10 21 43 73 −30 31 Relegated


Jeckish Second League
Rasque Rovers 2–2 Clyville Albion
Rack Rovers 3–0 Moulville
Friedar Fire 4–0 Fental
Motwick 4–1 Erathon
Nasley 0–2 Darmborough
Obstyne 2–1 Wardson Wanderers
AFC Treslip 2–2 Halsos Rovers
Lingham Lions 2–1 Colanso United
Dinsdon Town 1–0 Chiddersley
Anclovia 1–1 Lingham City
Walslow 3–1 Blarton United

Jeckish Second League Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Rack Rovers 42 25 6 11 79 51 +28 81 Champions, Promoted, LBCT
2 Clyville Albion 42 23 12 7 74 46 +28 81 Promoted, LBCT
3 Wardson Wanderers 42 24 5 13 64 41 +23 77 Promoted, LBCT

4 Motwick 42 21 9 12 61 39 +22 72
5 Dinsdon Town 42 18 10 14 56 56 0 64
6 Chiddersley 42 16 15 11 78 57 +21 63
7 Blarton United 42 18 9 15 60 56 +4 63
8 Fental 42 17 11 14 59 51 +8 62
9 Darmborough 42 17 10 15 54 45 +9 61
10 Lingham City 42 17 9 16 65 56 +9 60
11 Rasque Rovers 42 14 13 15 61 53 +8 55
12 Walslow 42 15 10 17 60 61 −1 55
13 Obstyne 42 14 10 18 57 65 −8 52
14 Nasley 42 12 14 16 57 70 −13 50
15 Erathon 42 11 16 15 61 68 −7 49
16 Friedar Fire 42 13 8 21 56 66 −10 47
17 Halsos Rovers 42 12 11 19 43 59 −16 47
18 AFC Treslip 42 12 11 19 56 77 −21 47
19 Moulville 42 13 8 21 48 78 −30 47 Relegated
20 Colanso United 42 11 13 18 46 59 −13 46 Relegated
21 Anclovia 42 12 10 20 46 60 −14 46 Relegated
22 Lingham Lions 42 12 10 20 49 76 −27 46 Relegated


Clyville Albion stumble at the last, drawing away at Rasque Rovers to allow Rack Rovers to win the title with a 3-0 win over Moulville. They are the only 'established' JSL side to be relegated, as the other three were the newly promoted sides, with AFC Treslip the only survivors from that cohort on goal difference.

Jeckish Cup Final

Fental 1–0 Colanso City

A result which sends shockwaves around Jeckland, Second League Fental have pulled off the biggest upset of their run by defeating the three time JPL Champions and winning the first ever Jeckish Cup.
Last edited by Jeckland on Mon Jul 13, 2020 7:42 am, edited 1 time in total.
Winners: N/A
Runners Up: WBC 30 & 31, Memorial Cup
Semi Final: CE 26, WBC 35, WLC 20

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