Next season players who show dissent during a match will be sent to the Sin Bin. This will apply to all our matches. It is mandatory, so all leagues have no option but to bring it in. This will affect age groups Under 11 & Under 12 playing 9 v 9 and Under 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 playing 11 v 11.
County FA gave a Sin Bin talk to member clubs of Wycombe & South Bucks Minor Football League and the South Bucks Mini Soccer Conference on Tuesday 5th March 2019.
Under 7 – Starting from the 11th October game, Widmer End U7 will buddy with Prestwood Colts instead of Bourne End JSC which now has enough players to form its own full team.
Under 11 – In the Red group, the team called “Chesham United Youth Blues” changes its name to Chesham Utd Youth Clarets. In the U11 White Group, Chesham United Youth Clarets team changes its name to Chesham Utd Youth Generals.
Under 12 – In the U12 White group Thame Youth changed its name to Thame Colts. In addition Thame Boys (green group) changed its name to Thame Youth. This helps avoid cofusion with a different U12 team playing in the Wycombe and South Bucks Minor Football League under the name Thame Boys.
The 2015 cup finals took place at Thame Utd FC over two weekends for Under 11 and Under 12 groups. The winners for each division were : –
Under 12 Red division: Winners Wendover Juniors – Runners up Gerrards Cross & Fulmer
Under 12 Green division: Winners Holmer Green Harriers – Runners Up Seer Green Utd Eagles
Under 12 Blue division: Winners Penn & Tylers Green – Runners Up Thame Youth
Under 12 Yellow division: Winners AFC Lightning – Runners up Aylesbury Utd Juniors
Under 12 White division: Winners Pitstone & Ivinghoe – Runners up Seer Green Utd Kites
Under 11 Black division: winners AFC Lightning Bolts; runners up Risborough Rangers White
Under 11 White division: winners Chalfont St Peter; runners up Penn & Tyler’s Green Colts
Under 11 Yellow division: winners Wycombe Saints; runners up Marlow Royals
Under 11 Blue division: winners Chinnor Youth; runners up Bucks CC
Under 11 Green division: winners Prestwood Colts; runners up Seer Green Utd
Under 11 Red division: winners Maidenhead Warriors; runners up Wendover Juniors
These cup final matches were the culmination of participating teams endeavours for each division’s cup. This season was the second time we ran the superb day played in a big stadium on a 9 v 9 pitch marked specially for the occasion with 9 v 9 goals.
Cup Finals for Under 12 teams will take place on Sunday 26th April at Thame Football Club, Meadow View Park, Thame OX9 3RN. Entry fee for supporters is £3 for adults, children under 16 are free.
These matches will be the culmination of their endeavours since January resulting in the top two teams from each division playing in the finals. We ran this for the first time last season and it was a superb day played in a big stadium but on a 9 v 9 pitch marked especially for the occasion with 9 v 9 goals (21′ length).
Finalists and Match kick off times will be :
White Division 9.30am – Pitstone & Ivinghoe vs Seer Green United Kites
Yellow Division 11.00am – AFC Lightning vs Aylesbury United Juniors
Blue Division 12.30pm – Penn & Tylers Green vs Thame Youth
Green Division 14.00pm – Holmer Green Harriers vs Seer Green United Eagles
Red Division 15.30pm – Gerrards Cross and Fulmer vs Wendover Juniors FC
Green & Red division finalists have been announced for U12 Cup finals next weekend.
Please arrive 45 minutes before your allocated kick off time. The conference will supply all Referees and Assistant Referees for these matches. If any clubs have any Referees who will be available to officiate in one or more of these matches please let us know and we will ensure that they will be free to watch their own teams final.
If extra time is needed then it will be 10 minutes each way.
Joint team photos were taken at several SBMSC games last weekend to remember the 1914 Christmas Truce when WW1 soldiers on opposing sides played football in No Mans Land.
Naphill and Wycombe Saints U11
Crendon Corintians and Marlow Under 9 : –
Chinnor and Thame U12:-
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