Horsforth Fairweather FC

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Cumulative totals accurate up to the end of the 2016-17 season.

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Biggest Win14-0, away to Roundhegians, 25th February 1996.
Biggest Home Win12-0, against FC Fox, 19th March 2000.
Biggest Defeat13-2, away to Cobourg Celtic, 5th October 1980, and 11-0 at home to ESD Sports, 18th January 1981.
Biggest Cup Win12-0, against FC Fox (Supplementary Cup), 10th March 2002.
Biggest Cup Defeat10-0, against HT Sports (Sanford Cup), 13th November 2011.
Most Consecutive Wins10, 19th October 1997 - 4th January 1998, and 24th October 1999 - February 6th 2000.
Most Consecutive Games Without Defeat22, 23rd March 1997 - 4th January 1998.
Most Consecutive Defeats 12, 7th September - 7th December 1980.
Most Consecutive Games Without a Win17, 14th August 2016 - 22nd January 2017.
Most Consecutive Draws3, 24th September - 8th October 1989, and 25th February - 18th March 1990.



Most Games -
The 100 Club.

Lee Monaghan 502
John Steenson 454
Simon Parker 303
Steve Sedgwick 288
Dave Vernon 284
Phil Ridsdale 253
Tim Vickerman 242
Mark Bickerdike 231
Kelvin Tapley 231
Mark Duce 227
Mark Sweeney 222
John Newsome 219
Craig Oddy 216
Martin Woods 203
Simon Hockney 202
Andy Bowler 200
Bernie Gilmore 196
Ray Child 193
Sean Taylor 190
Steve Burns 182
James Hunt 178
Dave Ridsdale 173
Tim Hirst 170
Phil Troughton 164
Craig Carter 158
Andy Jackson (AJ) 158
Richard Horton 155
Simon Banoub 151
Dave Postle 144
Lee Woods 129
Jamie Francis 117
Scott Robinson 101
Barry Armstrong 100

(Figures accurate at end of 2016-17 season.)

Most Games in a Season33, Simon Parker, 1997-98.
Most Consecutive Games124, Mark Sweeney, 6th October 1985 - 25th March 1990.
(The first 2 of these were as sub.)
Most Games as Captain220, Phil Ridsdale.

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Most Goals -
The Over 20s.

Simon Parker 259
Lee Monaghan 197
Andy Jackson 117
Dave Vernon 113
Mark Bickerdike 112
Andrew Minnock 88
John Newsome 76
Simon Hockney 66
Mark Sweeney 59
Martin Woods 59
Dave Scott 52
Craig Carter 51
Anthony Bell 46
Phil Ridsdale 43
Andy Bowler 43
Mark Duce 41
Jamie Francis 41
Mark Hepworth 40
Mark Bramfitt 36
Tim Hirst 32
Bob Matthew 28
Paul Blair 25
Brendan Walkden 25
Sean Taylor 25
Andy Davison 23
James Thorp 23
Craig Oddy 22
Rob Wilson 22
Sam Goodall 21
Jamie McCafferty 20

(Figures accurate at end of 2016-17 season.)

Most Goals in a Season43, Mark Bickerdike, 1988-89.
Most Goals in a Game7, Tony Reilly, v Mulberry, 29th September 1991.
Most Consecutive Scoring Games13, Andrew Minnock, 13th February - 1st March 1994.
Debut Goals

Ian McGregor and Martin Riley (in the club's first competitive match), 7th September 1980; Mark Sweeney, 13th September 1981; Phil Troughton and Iain Davison, 7th September 1986; Alan Reilly, 30th December 1990; Andrew Minnock, 13th September 1992; Pete Reilly, 1st April 1993; Richard Dalton, 5th September 1993; Brendan Walkden, 2nd October 1994; Chris Dimbylow, 23rd November 1997; Simon Coen, 1st March 1998; Sandy Lay, 11th October 1998; Colin Hillier, 29th October 2000; Mark Bednarek, 21st January 2007; Anthony Bell, 9th September 2007; Matt Smith and Jordan Graves, 14th September 2008; Scott Robinson, Phil Smith and Will Low, 5th September 2010; Jake Harvey, 31st October 2010; Anthony Smith, 4th September 2011; Dave Scott, 26th February 2012; Tom McCarthy, 2nd September 2012; Shane Wright, 8th September 2013; Liam McHale and Kevin Collins, 31st August 2014; Luke Clarkson, 3rd July 2016.

A Goal every Game Alan Reilly and Colin Hillier, 1 game, 1 goal; Chris Dimbylow, 2 games, 2 goals.
More Goals than Games Mark Bramfitt, 23 games, 36 goals (strike rate 1.57); Andrew Minnock, 57 games, 88 goals (1.54); Luke Clarkson, 5 games, 6 goals (1.2).

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Most Games as Goalkeeper178, Bernie Gilmore.
Most Clean Sheets (Total)29 James Hunt.
Most Clean Sheets in a Season14 (5, Simon Lee; 5, James Hunt; 4, Richard Harper), 1999-2000.
Consecutive Clean Sheets3, Dave Postle (18th February - 3rd March 1996), Simon Lee (24th October - 7th November 1999), and Richard Harper (21st November - 12th December 1999).
Goals as GoalkeeperOnly one, but I had to put it in!
Dave Postle, v Leeds Postal, 23rd March 1997.

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Substitute Appearances (Total)97, John Newsome
Substitute Appearances in a Season14, Andy Merifield, 2007-08.
Consecutive Appearances as Sub11, John Newsome, 18th November 2001 - 10th March 2002.

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Hat-Tricks (Total)20, Simon Parker.
Hat-Tricks in a Season7, Mark Bickerdike, 1988-89.
Hat-Tricks as SubSimon Hockney v Thurstons, 13th September 1987, Mark Bramfitt v Burmantofts Sports, 13th October 1991, and Simon Parker (4 goals) v Otley Wharfeside, 17th December 2000.
Hat-Tricks in Consecutive Games3. Between 23rd November and 21st December 2003, Simon Parker scored consecutive hat-tricks against Horsforth Rangers 'A' in the League Cup, then in league matches against Horsforth Rangers (1st team) and Park Rangers (4 goals in this game).

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Penalties (Total)50, Lee Monaghan.
Penalties in a Season9, Martin Woods, 1991-92.
Penalties in Consecutive Games3, Mark Bickerdike, 23th November - 7th December 1986.
Hat-Trick of PenaltiesMartin Woods, v Cockbeck, 15th September 1991, and Lee Monaghan, v Wharfedale Pirates, 8th October 2006.

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The Club's Record Over 37 Seasons.

 

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D

L

F

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Pts

 
1980-81 22 2 0 20 29 147 4  
1981-82 22 3 2 17 39 95 8  
1982-83 22 10 3 9 65 61 23  
1983-84 22 5 1 16 32 64 11  
1984-85 22 2 3 17 32 75 7  
1985-86 20 4 3 13 36 77 15 *
1986-87 22 10 1 11 65 60 21  
1987-88 22 6 3 13 48 56 15  
1988-89 26 17 2 7 78 52 36  
1989-90 22 5 8 9 45 54 18  
1990-91 26 11 5 10 68 59 27  
1991-92 22 17 0 5 81 34 34  
1992-93 20 9 4 7 60 38 22  
1993-94 22 15 2 5 74 58 32  
1994-95 20 7 0 13 48 61 14  
1995-96 24 16 5 3 68 24 37  
1996-97 22 11 5 6 61 35 27  
1997-98 18 12 2 4 61 38 26  
1998-99 20 13 2 5 85 47 28  
1999-00 20 16 3 1 92 19 51 *
2000-01 18 14 3 1 66 24 45 *
2001-02 18 11 2 5 46 32 35 *
2002-03 18 9 5 4 58 38 32 *
2003-04 18 8 3 7 45 48 27 *
2004-05 18 7 4 7 42 36 25 *
2005-06 22 9 2 11 60 62 29 *
2006-07 16 5 1 10 46 56 16 *
2007-08 14 7 1 6 27 27 22 *
2008-09 18 8 2 8 37 44 26 *
2009-10 14 2 3 9 17 44 9 *
2010-11 16 10 4 2 42 25 24  
2011-12 22 4 6 12 38 67 12  
2012-13 12 2 2 8 28 41 6  
2013-14 20 14 3 3 62 29 45 *
2014-15 18 12 3 3 57 36 39 *
2015-16 10 2 0 8 11 24 6 *
2016-17 20 3 4 13 29 70 13 *

 

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D

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Total (League) 728 319 102 307 1878 1857    
Cups ** 176 80 11 85 465 431    
Others *** 20 14 1 5 71 46    
Void Games **** 17 10 1 6 64 39    
Overall 941 423 115 403 2478 2373    

* Three points for a win in 1985-86, from 1999-00 to 2009-10, and from 2013-14.

** Cup games include: the County Sunday Cup and Sunday Trophy; the Leeds & District FA's Sunday Jubilee Cup, Sunday District Cup and Sunday Senior Cup; the various League Cups of the Leeds Sunday League, Combination League and Wharfedale Triangle League, also the WTL's Supplementary Cup. Cup games that were settled on a penalty competition after a drawn game are listed as draws, irrespective of the result of the penalty competition.

*** Other competitive matches, as sanctioned by the County FA, were: four Weetwood Easter League games in 1993; one Inter-League Combination Trophy game in 2000; four Combination Supplementary Competition games in 2013; and eleven Summer League games in 2016.

**** Void games: v West Hunslet Cons 1992-93; v Kelly & Barrett 1994-95; v Horse & Groom and Chapel Street 1997-98; v Morley Mercantile twice 1998-99; v Wharfedale Pirates twice 2006-07; v AC Victoria 2009-10; v Corpus Christi twice and The Gate 2012-13; v Manston Wanderers 2014-15; and v Halton Moor, Belle Isle WMC and Chapeltown Fforde Grene twice 2015-16. These are games which were played to a conclusion, but the results later expunged from the league table, due to the other side withdrawing from the league.

Note that these totals do not include four abandoned games (v Smithy Rangers 1987-88, v Commercial Armley 1991-92, v Pack Horse 1993-94 and v New Rover 2002-03) which were started but not finished, due to injury and/or weather conditions. [Scores were 1-1, 0-0, 0-0 and 1-0 respectively.]

Also the points totals do include the points awarded to us for the following games which were not played: v Merry Monk (A), 1983-84; and v Seacroft WMC (A) and (H), 2016-17.

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Team Manager.

17th April 1980 to 27th April 1982 Steve Burns.
27th April 1982 to 7th August 1983 Ray Child.
7th August 1983 to 13th November 1984 Neil Oddy.
13th November 1984 to 22nd April 1986 Mark Bickerdike.
22nd April 1986 to 10th April 1988 Dave Vernon.
10th April to 24th July 1988 Ray Child.
24th July to 14th August 1988 Tim Hirst, Craig Oddy, Steve Burns (Joint Caretaker Managers)
14th August 1988 to 9th January 1990 John Hryszko.
9th January 1990 to 7th May 1991 Tim Hirst.
7th May 1991 to 24th May 1994 Steve Burns.
24th May 1994 to 14th February 1995 Bernie Gilmore.
14th February to 2nd May 1995 Steve Burns (Caretaker Manager.)
2nd May 1995 to present Martin Woods.


Treasurer.

1980-81 seasonJanet Child.
Post then unoffcially merged with Team Manager.
From 13th November 1984 Neil Oddy.
From September 1986 Simon Vickers.
From summer 1987 Craig Oddy.
From summer 1990 Chris Fardon.
From summer 1992 John Steenson.
From summer 2003 Simon Lee.
From summer 2004 Simon Coen.
From summer 2005 Dave Ridsdale.
From summer 2006 Jamie Martin.
From summer 2007 Martin Woods.


Club Secretary.

This one is easily dealt with....
1980 to present Steve Burns.



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