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05 June 2015
The League has been advised today by the FA that as part of the FA Respect Awards 2014-15, we have been awarded "Commended Status". This is to reflect the commitment by the League to raising standards of behaviour.
29 May 2015 (amended)
Also at the AGM, the League Secretary changed from Keith Iles (who will now be Treasurer) to Dan Bingham. The handover will take place in the next few days - in the meantime correspondence for the Secretary should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and copied to email@example.com . Once the handover takes place Dan will use the League email exclusively. Business for the treasurer should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org .
28 May 2015
At the AGM this evening, three new clubs were admitted, and the League welcomes Gala Wilton, Redmarley and Rowanfield Rovers.
22 May 2015
The FA has again increased the age limit for mixed teams. Girls may now play in mixed teams all the way through to the U18 age group.
18 May 2015
Well done to Cheltenham CS Youth U12 Blues on returning from the ESF Festival of Football at Butlins Minehead as champions. Full story here.
03 May 2015
The winners of the Sportsmanship Awards are as follows:
U9 Prestbury Phantoms
U10 Charlton Rovers Reds
U11 Cheltenham Saracens
U12 Charlton Rovers Blues
U13 Quedgeley Wanderers
U14 Leckhampton Rovers Cheetahs
U15 Charlton Rovers Blues
U16 FC Oakwood
U18 FC Lakeside
The Referee awards have also been finalised:
Referee of the Year: Ian Butler
Young Referee of the Year: Sam Edwards
01 May 2015
With many teams no doubt about to purchase new kit for next season, attention is drawn to League Rule 9(A), which is directly reproduced from the FA Standard Code of Rules for Youth Football:
No player, including the goalkeeper, shall be permitted to wear black or very dark shirts.
4 September 2013
It is compulsory for teams to exchange Player Registration Cards with their opponents before each fixture. Following a GFA decision during a hearing last season, the following should be noted:
If a team does not have a card for a player then that player is ineligible and must not play in the match.
If a team has no cards for the entire team (or if only 6 cards or less are available), then the match must not take place. The facts must be reported to the League who will deal with it as a broken fixture, and the defaulting team should pay the referee his/her entire fee and expenses.
If any game takes place then no protest will be entertained thereafter relating to the failure to exchange or produce player ID cards.