Horsforth Fairweather FC

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News Dragon   Most of these pages are updated every week during the season, generally on Sunday afternoon and evening. The Fixtures page, however, is updated as and when information becomes available, generally once a month. If you'd like to be notified by e-mail when new Fixtures are posted, there's a form you can fill in on the Fixtures page.



News Headlines....

  Result 22nd August (Friendly): Northern Star, HFFC 4. Scorers: first half pens from Kev and Hawesy; second half goals from Thorpy and Hawesy.

  Result 18th August (Friendly): Rawdon 1, HFFC 2. Scorers: Shappy and Dave Howarth.

  LDFA Sunday Cup draw: Wykebeck Arms (A), Sept 15th. And another league game announced: Myrtle Park (A), Sept 29th.

  First set of league fixtures for 2019-20 season... Sep 1st - Burton Leonard (H); Sep 8th - FC United of Baildon (H); Sep 15th - probably Leeds & District FA Sunday Senior Cup, draw TBA; Sep 22nd - Horsforth Saints (H); Sep 29th - TBA; Oct 6th - probably WRCFA County Sunday Cup, draw TBA.

  Pre-season training will be Wednesdays at 6.30pm, Sundays at 10.00 am, Tinshill Recreation Ground, Otley Old Road, Cookridge.

  Wharfedale Triangle League Premier Division 2019-20, line-up as follows:

  Leeds City Rovers, HFFC, Myrtle Park, Salts, Keighley Athletic, Burton Leonard, Shadwell United - all present and correct from last season.

  Hampsthwaite United have resigned from the league (gone to Saturday football, I think); Yeadon Athletic and Shipley Town were relegated.

  Promoted from Championship Division as of right: FC United of Baildon and Yeadon FC.

  Also promoted: Rawdon FC (run by our former player Steve Gaines) and Eldwick (who we played in the League Cup last season), who finished 3rd and 4th respectively in the Champinship.

  Finally, one new team (to Wharfedale anyway), our neighbours Horsforth Saints, who were in the Combination Premier Division (ie, second tier) last season.

  So 12 teams in total, meaning 22 league games assuming everyone stays the course (4 more than last season).