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SPECIAL NOTE The information on this website is provided as a service to clubs and interested individuals.
The official business of the league is conducted through correspondence in accordance with Rule 4(f).

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WEST KENT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Monday 15th December 2014

LAST SUNDAY'S RESULTS                             NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
card THE LEAGUE COUNCIL AND THIS WEBSITE WISHES ALL PLAYERS AND OFFICIALS A MERRY CHRISTMAS.
 
THERE WILL BE NO WKSFL FIXTURES NEXT SUNDAY, 21st DECEMBER.

THERE WILL BE SOME MATCHES PLAYED ON DECEMBER 28th AND A FULL FIXTURE LIST ON SUNDAY 4th JANUARY.

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WEBSITE PROBLEMS

Reports of any website problems (for example missing pages, broken links
or wrong information) should be emailed to webmaster@wksl.org.uk and not to League Council members.

NEWRESULTS SUNDAY 14th DECEMBER

Only eleven of the scheduled twenty-five matches took place. All the results here, for updated league tables please start here. The new dates for the two postponed Kent Sunday Cup matches are yet to be advised.

The top goalscorers page has been updated.

JANUARY FIXTURES

These will be available before Christmas. Any club wishing a free Sunday in January must inform the Fixtures Secretary not later than TODAY. This applies to WKSFL fixtures only!

PITCHES AT BAYHAM REC OUT OF USE

The pitches at Bayham Rec. will be out of use until April 2015. Matches that would have been played there will be switched to Southwood Road, Rusthall. Cassidy's Phoenix are the main team affected.

MATCH POSTPONED - PROCEDURE

Now that it has started to rain, many matches will be called off over the coming months. Here is a reminder to all clubs on the procedure that MUST be followed when your local council declares the pitch unusable. Failure to observe these procedures will result in your club being fined and possibly having to meet costs for wasted journeys.

importantEMERGENCY REGISTRATIONS

Still more instances are cropping up of players being signed on using emergency forms without anyone checking whether he is already registered for another club. Don't take their word for it! Also, it is irrelevant that he may never have played for another club.

So if you are asking someone to come down on a Sunday morning and sign on, CHECK THE REGISTERED PLAYERS LIST which is normally updated every Saturday morning. This will take but a minute. Bookmark the file on your smartphones or tablets.

If he is already listed, he CANNOT register for another club until the existing registration is cancelled by that club or a transfer form is properly completed. All this must be done before pen is put to paper.

This is costing clubs fines and points. Players may also be fined and / or suspended if they knowingly sign for a club when already registered for another.

And to repeat part of the previous message :

Emergency Registrations are not just for the one game. Any player so registered is considered as a registered player for that club until the registration is either cancelled or he officially transfers to another club.

CHANGE TO TRANSFER PROCEDURE

A new registration form is no longer required when a player transfers between clubs. The transfer form has been changed to reflect the current requirement. However, all concerned please make sure that the transfer form is correctly and fully completed.

CLUBS SEEKING PLAYERS

If you are a player looking for a regular game or are new to the area and want to play on a Sunday morning, several clubs across the divisions are needing players. Please go to the club adverts page for details.

DO YOU HAVE OLD KITS CLUTTERING UP THE PLACE?

This from Jon Hurst at Kent College in Tonbridge -

...writing on behalf of a work colleague who supports younger people in Malawi through charity work: www.malawiyouthdream.org,  for the donation of old kits that are no longer required by clubs.'

Clubs interested in doing this can go direct to the website above (hit ‘contact us’), or contact Karen Kamundi on 01622 200258 for more details.

Another option The Lighthouse Project, based at Longmead Primary School in Tonbridge, is involved with a scheme to donate football equipment to kids in the Phillipines. Take a look at this YouTube video clip - http://youtu.be/e81AnjPWcVE

If you can offer anything or a small donation, get in touch with Simeone Honore by email.

SECOND EDITION OF THE WEST KENT SUNDAY LEAGUE HISTORY IN PLANNING.

Andrew Newman is thinking in advance of a new edition of the WKSFL history, which was a sellout when it was published in 2007. This might be a 60th Anniversary edition, in 2027!!

Andrew is wishing to get hold of copies of photos from 2007 - 2008 onwards and into future seasons, particularly of winning teams with their trophies. Any other photos of interest would be welcomed. Send them by email if you can to courierfootball@btinternet.com or contact Andrew at that address if there are pictures you can't send that way. Andrew may also be interested in videos, but please speak with him first. By the time it comes to season 2026/2027 no doubt 3D holograms will be sought after!

OLD TEAM PICTURES

Team pictures from bygone days can be seen here. Do you have an old team picture you can scan or copy? Email me here

MAILING LIST

For the benefit of new secretaries and new people generally, I keep a mailing list through which all subscribers are notified of website updates. All contact email addresses supplied to the league are included automatically. If you wish your email address to be added, please email me. All messages from me will have WKSL WEBSITE UPDATE in the title. I recommend that you include this information in your 'whitelist' or whatever, as some spam filters have a habit of dumping my well-intentioned emails in the dustbin.

Dedicated to the memory of the following, whose service to the League was invaluable and greatly appreciated

Cecil King
League Council Member and Benevolent Fund Secretary 1969 – 1979

Alan Rofe
League Council Member and Registration Secretary 1985 – 1999

Jim Smith
League Council Member and Treasurer 1973 - 1985 & 1994 - 2001
Vice President 1985 – 2001

Tony Norman
Minutes Secretary, Registrations Secretary, Referees Secretary,
Benevolent Fund Secretary 1975 – 1985

Harry Friend
Registration Secretary, Referees Secretary 1968-1979 & 1979-1987
Minutes Secretary, League Council Member, Vice Chairman 1984-87, Vice President 1987-2011

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Please contact either Angela Barham or Stuart Turner in the first instance.

LINKS

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Other Local Leagues

Tonbridge & District Football League (Saturdays)

The haart of Kent County League (Saturdays)

Lewes and District
Sunday Football League


The Raja of Kent Maidstone and Mid-Kent Sunday Football League

Medway Messenger Sunday Football League

Ashford and District Sunday Football League

Orpington and Bromley District Sunday Football League

London and Kent Border League

North Kent Sunday League

Redhill and District Sunday Football League

Our local semi-professional clubs

Tonbridge AFC
Tunbridge Wells FC

County and National Associations

Kent County FA
Sussex County FA
Surrey County FA
The Football Association

Others

Laws of the Game (FA Website)

FA MATCH BASED DISCIPLINE CODE

The explanatory handbook can be downloaded here. It is 64 pages, so may take a while


TAX BREAK FOR MEMBERS OF AMATEUR SPORTS CLUBS

Members of Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASC’s) can claim tax rebates on certain types of fund raising. This could bring clubs additional income of 28p in the pound. Details can be found at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/casc/index.htm

The West Kent Sunday League cannot offer advice on this scheme. Your County Football Association may have some information.

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