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Articles w/e 6th April 2008
31 Mar - Another Cup Final

BAFC 2, The Ship 1 (after extra time)

Rich Donohoe's men made their second final of their season with a great win yesterday, Chappy cancelling out a Chris Perry opener for the Ship before Ben Darville got an extra time winner. They will play FC Boston in the League Cup Final at Knaresborough on 11th May. Full match report to follow.
2 Apr - Coops In Afghanistan

Amongst the gloom of recent results, it's easy to forget that some have it tougher than us - much tougher. We might have "heroes" on our pitches, but following the return of Smudge from Basra, we'll soon be able to welcome back another of our real life heroes when James Cooper returns from Afghanistan in just over a month. He has sent us a "postcard" from the East to give a flavour of his current life to those of us who know nothing about what it is like when you are posted to a warzone ...more
4 Apr - Weekend Form Statistics

It's been over 2 months since the Sunday Reserves played Leeds City Adelers in their last outing. We finally get to their last game of a short season this weekend, at home to a high flying and free scoring Tadcaster Magnets Reserves. Sitting only 4 points behind FC Boston Reserves with 3 games in hand, Taddy will hope to use this match to strengthen their position in the title race. Goals are not an issue for them, scoring 9 against Hampsthwaite and 8 on three other occasions, including twice against Hampsthwaite again!! Easy winners against us in the Cup outing in November, we will have a lot to do to prevent a repeat of January's league defeat and an unwanted treble. Richie Renton takes on the Gaffer's role for this match, a role we might see him perform on a more permanent basis in the future if he enjoys his experience on Sunday. All the best Richie.

Tricky will have feelings of deja vu as we meet Harrogate CSC only 3 weeks since our extra time exit at their hands in the Claro FA Challenge Cup. Always a difficult tie, we will look to a repeat of our League win away in August but both ends of the table look equally distant now for us. Rich will need to work to avoid focus straying to Cup finals which are just around the corner.

The Clubs two senior sides are both on bad runs - the first time both have lost 4 games simultaneously since the 1920's!! Howden Clough should not present too many worries for Daz Ekin under normal circumstances, but their current away form is better than our current home form, albeit we have played some good sides of late. As for our Reserves, just a few weeks ago this weekend's game at Wetherby could have been seen as potentially a vital step to the league title, but Dave Ekin must be wondering where the form has gone. Now well off the pace, he must try to find the spark that lit up the early part of the season. Wetherby lie 2nd in the League, but have played many more games than their closest rivals; their results of late have not been brilliant but they will hope to make it a run of three consecutive home wins and give Dave more headaches. On the bright side, both sides have played good football of late so things must turn at some point.

Sherwood lie 4th in the table but recent results have been mixed; on the contrary 'Bridge 'A' have some creditable results recently including last week's thumping of hapless Kirkby Malzeard. Relegation though is still a real possibility for Rob Lowe, but Spa travel to Clifford this weekend and then must play us, so our fate is very much open and a good result this weekend will not only give us vital points, it will also boost confidence within the team and give hope that we can avoid the drop.

As always, we try to be realistic in our preview, but when all is said and done - C'MON 'BRIDGE!!!

Please note that home and away form is in all competitions as far as we can ascertain, so wins and losses can differ slightly to those shown for League only. League stats courtesy of The FA FullTime websites.

BAFC v Howden Clough - West Yorkshire Premier League
BAFC - 8th in League, P21 W9 D4 L8, GD +1, 31pts
HC - 13th in League, P21 W6 D2 L13, GD -28, 20pts
Form Guide BAFC Home v HC Away - DWWLLL v LLWWLW
Meetings this Season so far - HC 1, BAFC 3, League, 22.09.07

Wetherby Athletic Reserves v BAFC Res - WY Alliance Div 1
WA - 2nd in League, P25 W15 D3 L7, GD +24, 48pts
BAFC - 6th in League, P21 W12 D3 L6, GD +31, 39pts
Form Guide - WA Home v BAFC Away - WLDLWW v LLDLLL
Meetings this Season so far - BAFC 5, WA 2, League, 05.01.08

Sherwood v BAFC A - Harrogate Div 2
Sherwood - 4th in League, P20 W9 D5 L6, GD +3, 32pts
BAFC - 13th in League, P20 W4 D7 L9, GD -14 19pts
Form Guide - Sherwood Home v BAFC Away - DLLWDD v LDLLDD
Meetings this Season so far - BAFC 2, Sherwood 3, League, 01.12.07

BAFC Sunday v Harrogate CSC, Claro Sunday Div 1
BAFC - 6th in League, P14 W7 D2 L5, GD +9, 23pts
HCSC - 2nd in League, P18 W12 D1 L5, GD +22, 37pts
Form Guide - BAFC Home v HCSC Away -DLWWWW v LW?WLW
Meetings this Season so far - HCSC 2, BAFC 4, League, 14.10.07
HCSC 3, BAFC 1, FA Challenge, 16.03.08

BAFC Sunday Reserves v Tadcaster Magnets, Claro Sunday Div 2
BAFC - 7th in League, P16 W5 D3 L8, GD -18, 18pts
TM - 2nd in League, P13 W10 D0 L3, GD +26, 30pts
Form Guide - BAFC Home v TM Away -DLLWLL v LWWWWW
Meetings this Season so far - TM 6, BAFC 1, Inter Cup, 11.11.07
TM 2, BAFC 0, League, 13.01.08
Richie4 Apr - In the Hot Seat!

Richie Renton takes temporary charge of the Sunday Reserves against Taddy Magnets on Sunday. We'll bring you pictures and a full report but for a statistical preview of the action and all our games please see above.
6 Apr - A Perfect Season

Two goals from Stephen Coles and one from Alex Coombes helped 'Bridge Under 14's to a 3-2 win away to Whinmoor Juniors this morning in their last match of the season. A good win of course, but it means that after wrapping up the title a few weeks ago, they have now finished with a 100% league record. A fantastic achievement by all - I'm sure the summer will seem far too long for all the lads in the team!
 
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