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Re: Pyramid Patrol 2021/22
« Reply #150 on: Tue 04 Jan 2022 20:39 »
Appointments per MOAS
Referee: Eagles, Timothy
Assistant Referee: Cryer, David
Assistant Referee: Garsrud, James

Don’t know Tim eagles and haven’t been out with him. Dave is the treasurer of Rochdale referees society a terrific and welL run organisation - one of the few remaining in the Manchester area. I was due to work with James a few weeks back but I was switched to a different game

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« Reply #151 on: Tue 04 Jan 2022 21:05 »
Or, if you will forgive an atrocious pun, perhaps a visit to Barrow on the Cumbrian coast ?
     
   ........ for the return fixture?     (if it's not been played already)

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« Reply #152 on: Mon 17 Jan 2022 18:17 »
Having booked a two night stay in Northampton (it could have been worse - it coulkd have been three nights) JCFC woke to find the town shrouded in mist. The  train passed through thick fog around Long Buckby, but though there was a haze at the ground, conditions were perfectly playable for

Episode 11
Saturday 15th January 2022
FA Vase 4th Round
Rugby Town   5   v   1   Lakenheath
Joshua Hackett (Birmingham FA); Scott Postin, Joseph Larkin.
4thers: Mitchell Cartwright.

In the opening minutes LKakenheath produced the more likely attacks, but Rugby then asserted their superiority. Their modus operandi was to get the ball as quickly as possible to the Lakenheath end, where their forwards looked sharper, or in the case of number 10, more skilful. They created a great chance on 10 minutes, but scooped it wide. A rapid break - with Mr Hackett well up with play - created another on 22 minutes, but again, they put it wide. On the half hour, thoughi, they did find the target to take a deserved lead. There was nearly another just three minutes later, but they had to wait until the 41st minute for their second. A green smoke flare, presumably from Heath supporters, delayed things briefly. As half-time arrived, the home keeper showed an incredible sense of timing, collecting the ball on the groud, getting up slowly and bouncing the ball several times before launching it upfield at the very second that Mr Hackett blew for the break. This practice of referees invariably irritates JCFC, but that apart, Mr hackett looked to have had a decent half. The visiting number 7 clearly was not entirely of that opinion and shared this with Mr Hackett who waved him away in peremptory fashion. His place was taken by a colleague, who received similar treatment. A Heath official took their place, but when he did not respond to the dismissive gesture, leaving Mr Hackett to stalk off at a rate of knots.

The Heath number 7 received a yellow card on 52 minutes for a foul. At this point the PA informed us that the Heath captain, number 4,had been sin-binned at half-time (JCFC will have to start counting players!) and he duly returned on 55 minutes. Midway through the half came the second green flare, retrieved by a Lakenheath player, whose attempt to throw it off the pitch fell short, requiring him to have a secong go. Ruygby's third soon followed, accompanied by a third green flare. Again, this was retrieved by a visiting player, but in the meantime, Mr Hackett was issuing a second sin-bin yellow card. JCFC tried to catch his number, but was unable to do so, though when he failed to return at the end of his time, the assumption was that it was once again the captain. Lakenheath had a good effort palmed away by the keeper, but on 77 minutes a long low shot gave Rugby their fourth goal, number five following shortly afterwards. On 90 minutes Lakenheath were awarded a penalty for a foul and obtained a consolation goal.

Mr Hackett had looked a little ungainly when moving slowly, but had sprinted most effectively. He had not appeared to make any major errors, but JCFC had a vague impression, not supported by any evidence, that there was something about his manner that did not sit quite right. The only time he was seen at reasonably close quarters came after the final whistle, when after the conventional formalities he stalked off with an expression somewhere between grim and thunderous, his bemused-looking assistants just about managing to follow not too far behind.

It has subsequently transpired that Lakenheath, though well beaten, were unhappy that they were not allowed to replace their captain with a substitute at the end of his ten minutes, which apparently is allowed in the regulationl. (Your ignorant correspondent was unaware of that!) Whether this had been by the referee or the fourth official is not yet clear. So, a game that was in no way unpleasant in nature, ends up by being controversial, though the threatened appeal by the visitors seems unlikely to get them anywhere.
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« Reply #153 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 09:18 »
It has subsequently transpired that Lakenheath, though well beaten, were unhappy that they were not allowed to replace their captain with a substitute at the end of his ten minutes, which apparently is allowed in the regulationl. (Your ignorant correspondent was unaware of that!) Whether this had been by the referee or the fourth official is not yet clear. So, a game that was in no way unpleasant in nature, ends up by being controversial, though the threatened appeal by the visitors seems unlikely to get them anywhere.
Lakenheath are correct.  A player twice sin-binned can't return but can be substituted at the end of the second sin-bin.  I have to confess that I have struggled to commit the niceties of the sin-bin regulations to memory; I have a little cheat-sheet tucked into my book just in case.  It astonishes me that a team of four have got this wrong.  I am almost as amazed that the Lakenheath bench were aware of the rule.  Perhaps they have rather more experience of sin-bins than they ought to have.

I am not sure that I would dismiss Lakenheath's chances of a successful appeal.
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« Reply #154 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 09:38 »
Having booked a two night stay in Northampton (it could have been worse - it coulkd have been three nights) JCFC woke to find the town shrouded in mist. The  train passed through thick fog around Long Buckby, but though there was a haze at the ground, conditions were perfectly playable for

Episode 11
Saturday 15th January 2022
FA Vase 4th Round
Rugby Town   5   v   1   Lakenheath
Joshua Hackett (Birmingham FA); Scott Postin, Joseph Larkin.
4thers: Mitchell Cartwright.

In the opening minutes LKakenheath produced the more likely attacks, but Rugby then asserted their superiority. Their modus operandi was to get the ball as quickly as possible to the Lakenheath end, where their forwards looked sharper, or in the case of number 10, more skilful. They created a great chance on 10 minutes, but scooped it wide. A rapid break - with Mr Hackett well up with play - created another on 22 minutes, but again, they put it wide. On the half hour, thoughi, they did find the target to take a deserved lead. There was nearly another just three minutes later, but they had to wait until the 41st minute for their second. A green smoke flare, presumably from Heath supporters, delayed things briefly. As half-time arrived, the home keeper showed an incredible sense of timing, collecting the ball on the groud, getting up slowly and bouncing the ball several times before launching it upfield at the very second that Mr Hackett blew for the break. This practice of referees invariably irritates JCFC, but that apart, Mr hackett looked to have had a decent half. The visiting number 7 clearly was not entirely of that opinion and shared this with Mr Hackett who waved him away in peremptory fashion. His place was taken by a colleague, who received similar treatment. A Heath official took their place, but when he did not respond to the dismissive gesture, leaving Mr Hackett to stalk off at a rate of knots.

The Heath number 7 received a yellow card on 52 minutes for a foul. At this point the PA informed us that the Heath captain, number 4,had been sin-binned at half-time (JCFC will have to start counting players!) and he duly returned on 55 minutes. Midway through the half came the second green flare, retrieved by a Lakenheath player, whose attempt to throw it off the pitch fell short, requiring him to have a secong go. Ruygby's third soon followed, accompanied by a third green flare. Again, this was retrieved by a visiting player, but in the meantime, Mr Hackett was issuing a second sin-bin yellow card. JCFC tried to catch his number, but was unable to do so, though when he failed to return at the end of his time, the assumption was that it was once again the captain. Lakenheath had a good effort palmed away by the keeper, but on 77 minutes a long low shot gave Rugby their fourth goal, number five following shortly afterwards. On 90 minutes Lakenheath were awarded a penalty for a foul and obtained a consolation goal.

Mr Hackett had looked a little ungainly when moving slowly, but had sprinted most effectively. He had not appeared to make any major errors, but JCFC had a vague impression, not supported by any evidence, that there was something about his manner that did not sit quite right. The only time he was seen at reasonably close quarters came after the final whistle, when after the conventional formalities he stalked off with an expression somewhere between grim and thunderous, his bemused-looking assistants just about managing to follow not too far behind.

It has subsequently transpired that Lakenheath, though well beaten, were unhappy that they were not allowed to replace their captain with a substitute at the end of his ten minutes, which apparently is allowed in the regulationl. (Your ignorant correspondent was unaware of that!) Whether this had been by the referee or the fourth official is not yet clear. So, a game that was in no way unpleasant in nature, ends up by being controversial, though the threatened appeal by the visitors seems unlikely to get them anywhere.

You were in my home town JCFC. It's a shame I didn't know, would have loved to meet you and extend some form of hospitality.

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« Reply #155 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 09:48 »
Thank you JCFC for another excellent Report. It had seemed a fair while since your last one, I almost felt as if I were experiencing withdrawal symptoms, so I hope you have not been incapacitated in any way. No doubt the contemporary virus is cutting a swathe through football at all levels.

We are of course required to bear the name of the tribe into which we are born ( unless we go down the deed poll route ) and Joshua Hackett has, to my mind, somewhat of a burden in carrying such a family name in refereeing circles. The 4th  Official  Mitchell Cartwright has, in contradistinction, a most splendid name; it could have come straight off the pages of a Mrs Gaskell novel. Whereas the second AR is pure H E Bates !
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« Reply #156 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 12:35 »
Thank you JCFC for another excellent Report. It had seemed a fair while since your last one, I almost felt as if I were experiencing withdrawal symptoms, so I hope you have not been incapacitated in any way. No doubt the contemporary virus is cutting a swathe through football at all levels.

We are of course required to bear the name of the tribe into which we are born ( unless we go down the deed poll route ) and Joshua Hackett has, to my mind, somewhat of a burden in carrying such a family name in refereeing circles. The 4th  Official  Mitchell Cartwright has, in contradistinction, a most splendid name; it could have come straight off the pages of a Mrs Gaskell novel. Whereas the second AR is pure H E Bates !

     ....... with the other Assistant viewed with distinction in hispanic circles.
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« Reply #157 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 13:29 »
As regards the other Assistant; we hardly ever seem to see one round these parts any more. They are becoming as rare as hen's teeth; the average midwife will be responsible for more deliveries than our local postin.

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« Reply #158 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 15:19 »
It has subsequently transpired that Lakenheath, though well beaten, were unhappy that they were not allowed to replace their captain with a substitute at the end of his ten minutes, which apparently is allowed in the regulationl. (Your ignorant correspondent was unaware of that!) Whether this had been by the referee or the fourth official is not yet clear. So, a game that was in no way unpleasant in nature, ends up by being controversial, though the threatened appeal by the visitors seems unlikely to get them anywhere.
Lakenheath are correct.  A player twice sin-binned can't return but can be substituted at the end of the second sin-bin.  I have to confess that I have struggled to commit the niceties of the sin-bin regulations to memory; I have a little cheat-sheet tucked into my book just in case.  It astonishes me that a team of four have got this wrong.  I am almost as amazed that the Lakenheath bench were aware of the rule.  Perhaps they have rather more experience of sin-bins than they ought to have.

I am not sure that I would dismiss Lakenheath's chances of a successful appeal.

Correct, as long as he wasn't in the bin for a second dissent caution AND had received a non-dissent caution.

If the officials have got it wrong and Lakenheath appeal the match will also certainly be replayed as that would make the officials incorrect in law.  I say if though, as obviously their version of events may differ from that of the match officials.

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« Reply #159 on: Tue 18 Jan 2022 15:39 »
It has subsequently transpired that Lakenheath, though well beaten, were unhappy that they were not allowed to replace their captain with a substitute at the end of his ten minutes, which apparently is allowed in the regulationl. (Your ignorant correspondent was unaware of that!) Whether this had been by the referee or the fourth official is not yet clear. So, a game that was in no way unpleasant in nature, ends up by being controversial, though the threatened appeal by the visitors seems unlikely to get them anywhere.
Lakenheath are correct.  A player twice sin-binned can't return but can be substituted at the end of the second sin-bin.  I have to confess that I have struggled to commit the niceties of the sin-bin regulations to memory; I have a little cheat-sheet tucked into my book just in case.  It astonishes me that a team of four have got this wrong.  I am almost as amazed that the Lakenheath bench were aware of the rule.  Perhaps they have rather more experience of sin-bins than they ought to have.

I am not sure that I would dismiss Lakenheath's chances of a successful appeal.

Correct, as long as he wasn't in the bin for a second dissent caution AND had received a non-dissent caution.


That is exactly the sort of nicety that I struggle to remember!  Hence having a card like this is my wallet.
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« Reply #160 on: Thu 20 Jan 2022 11:48 »
A check of this weekend's appointments leaves me wondering whether I should bother going to Brighouse Town: I havwe seen Charles King on the line twice this season and each time the game has been abandoned. He is obviously jinxed.


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« Reply #161 on: Thu 20 Jan 2022 11:53 »
A further perusal makes me wonder whether I have missed some recent promotions to Level 3?  I see that Christopher Darling is down to referee in the NPL Midlands Division.

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« Reply #162 on: Thu 20 Jan 2022 13:06 »
A further perusal makes me wonder whether I have missed some recent promotions to Level 3?  I see that Christopher Darling is down to referee in the NPL Midlands Division.
Mid season promotion notifications from Level Four to Three were due to be sent out no later than today with those promoted eligible for fixtures at the higher level from February onwards.  I suspect there is just a shortage of officials (again) this weekend with Level Fours making up the numbers.

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« Reply #163 on: Thu 20 Jan 2022 14:42 »
A further perusal makes me wonder whether I have missed some recent promotions to Level 3?  I see that Christopher Darling is down to referee in the NPL Midlands Division.
Mid season promotion notifications from Level Four to Three were due to be sent out no later than today with those promoted eligible for fixtures at the higher level from February onwards.  I suspect there is just a shortage of officials (again) this weekend with Level Fours making up the numbers.

I can confirm emails have gone out.

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« Reply #164 on: Thu 20 Jan 2022 15:28 »
A further perusal makes me wonder whether I have missed some recent promotions to Level 3?  I see that Christopher Darling is down to referee in the NPL Midlands Division.
Mid season promotion notifications from Level Four to Three were due to be sent out no later than today with those promoted eligible for fixtures at the higher level from February onwards.  I suspect there is just a shortage of officials (again) this weekend with Level Fours making up the numbers.

I can confirm emails have gone out.

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