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U12s Match report: Stonnall Juniors 3 – 3 Brownhills Community Colts

Stonnall Juniors 3 goals from Sedgy, Charlie, DJ
Brownhills Community Colts 3

MOTM awarded to DJ – well done DJ great work when you came and a great finish to get on the score sheet.
Firstly I would like to give credit to the referee who was absolutely tremendous. He managed the game superbly (and some parents) he spoke to the players throughout the game – even speaking to them by name, this was a true spectacle of what’s required from a referee. Maybe the wjyl need to use this ref as mentor for others!
This was a game of events. Each of which are part of learning.

From going a goal down we showed great character and got the equaliser from Sedgy, from then on we dominated the game and went 2-1 up with another wonder strike from Charlie. With credit to Brownhills they didn’t give up against the run of play and equalised 2-2.

Again we ventured in front with neat cross from Benno for little DJ to come flying in with a cracking volley 3-2.
Again we dominated and came close on a number of chances, with a few minutes to go Brownhills won a free kick just outside of our box – great free kick fell under the bar 3-3.

This was a great game of football and with respect to the young Brownhills lads they battled well and all shook hands in the middle afterwards. One vocal parent thought it fair to shout that Stonnall had dropped two point’s – RESPECT and CODE OF CONDUCT comes to mind!! Few things to discuss at training on Saturday lads but well done to you all.

Stonnall parents please note; Although Gaynor kindly carries out the paperwork duties for each and every game she does not pick the team, or have any say in it whatsoever, nor do any parents. If anyone has any issues with the selection made or the pitch time of any individuals please speak to me not question Gaynor.

FOR FUTURE GAMES CAN ALL SUBSTITUTES PLEASE STAND BEHIND THE RESPECT BARRIER WITH CLUB JACKET ON AND VIEW THE GAME, NOT SPEND TIME OUT OF SITE KICKING FOOTBALLS AROUND. Over the last several weeks we have lost or had stolen from games 5 footballs. Lads please put your footballs in your bags for safe keeping.

Thanks for continued support its greatly appreciated.

See you Saturday 10am
Neil & Wayne

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FA Respect: ‘Set Your Stall Out’ Weekend

Stonnall Juniors FC are supporting the FA Respect: ‘Set Your Stall Out’ Weekend. Here are our U12s and U10s teams at training supporting the campaign. Please make the time to read the important message below.

FA Respect - Set Your Stall Out Weekend - Oct 2015

FA Respect – Set Your Stall Out Weekend – Oct 2015

FA Respect: 'Set Your Stall Out' Weekend - Oct 10/11th, 2015

FA Respect: ‘Set Your Stall Out’ Weekend – Oct 10th & 11th, 2015

Respect Weekend Resource Pack

Respect Weekend – Resource Pack

Welfare, Respect and the match-day environment

I hope that the teams have enjoyed their first month of the new season. You may be aware of the Walsall Junior Youth Football League meetings that are attended by club officials once a month. At the last league meeting it was stated that there had been noticeable abuse of referees by spectators at some of the games already this season. There has been an increase of female referees and they have particularly suffered, including being subject to sexist remarks. Referees have been advised to abandon any matches where this happens.

As part of the FA’s Respect agenda everyone involved in the game has a responsibility to ensure that football is enjoyed by all who take part. The league has asked for all clubs to support them in trying to eradicate unacceptable behaviour at matches and I know that Stonnall Juniors FC will have your support in this. Spectators will often witness incidents at matches that coaches and referees are unaware of. I am in the process of discussing with team coaches methods to help Stonnall families and friends report inappropriate behaviour that they may witness at matches.

Deborah – Club Welfare Officer

Remembrance Sunday 2014

Stonnall Juniors FC supported the poppies4kits Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal today. Players and coaches across both teams wore poppies today to show their respect on Remembrance Weekend.

Stonnall Phoenix U11s and Stonnall Stars U9s

Stonnall Phoenix U11s and Stonnall Stars U9s

The Poppies4Kits website says – “After seeing the Premier League stars raise thousands by having their shirts embroidered with the poppy emblem, we thought it would be a fantastic idea if all youth clubs could follow the lead of the Premier League clubs and have a poppy on their shirts. The problem we acknowledged is that to have embroidery onto a shirt is not only permanent, but an expensive option…

…we have developed a Self Adhesive woven patch, easily applied, wear for the match, then remove afterwards, even spectators can apply these to their garments and then remove after the event. These are designed as single use poppies.

The minute’s silence was impeccably observed – well done, boys.