Category Archives: SICM Sevens – 2014 / 2015

Play football and support a good cause at the same time. After we’ve paid refs, pitch hire and trophies, the remaining finance goes into the work of SICM.

THE SEASON ENDS WITH A SEVEN-GOAL THRILLER (SICM Sevens)

The final game of the 2014/2015 season saw Crestwood and Brandhall compete for the David Bloor Memorial Trophy. In a competitive and well-fought game it was the former who edged it by the narrowest of margins. Helped along by Kyle Carter’s

THE SEASON ENDS WITH A SEVEN-GOAL THRILLER (SICM Sevens)

The final game of the 2014/2015 season saw Crestwood and Brandhall compete for the David Bloor Memorial Trophy. In a competitive and well-fought game it was the former who edged it by the narrowest of margins. Helped along by Kyle Carter’s

THAT’S ALL FOLKS. WELL ALMOST (SICM Sevens)

This week saw the league season wrapped up and put to bed, with the final two games having nothing but pride to play for. With Tipton much improved of late, they continued this form as they took a 1-0 lead against

THAT’S ALL FOLKS. WELL ALMOST (SICM Sevens)

This week saw the league season wrapped up and put to bed, with the final two games having nothing but pride to play for. With Tipton much improved of late, they continued this form as they took a 1-0 lead against

BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE WITH EH SMITH (SICM Sevens)

For 2015/2016 the SICM Sevens league will be sponsored by EH Smith. Builders’ merchants with branches mostly around the midlands area, we are very honoured to have them on board as our first commercial link-up. We want to thank Alex

BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE WITH EH SMITH (SICM Sevens)

For 2015/2016 the SICM Sevens league will be sponsored by EH Smith. Builders’ merchants with branches mostly around the midlands area, we are very honoured to have them on board as our first commercial link-up. We want to thank Alex

AND THEN THERE WERE TWO, NOW IT’S FINAL (SICM Sevens)

Last night saw the last four in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy go head-to-head, and you couldn’t have had closer games, as both saw just the odd goal divide the teams. In a yo-yo encounter that produced some quality finishing from

AND THEN THERE WERE TWO, NOW IT’S FINAL (SICM Sevens)

Last night saw the last four in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy go head-to-head, and you couldn’t have had closer games, as both saw just the odd goal divide the teams. In a yo-yo encounter that produced some quality finishing from

DAVE LAYS DOWN THE LAW AND NICKS THE POINTS (SICM Sevens)

Although the title has been decided and there’s nothing to play for in terms of position, there’s no letting up as far as commitment to win is concerned. The bottom line is that, regardless of what the table says, when

DAVE LAYS DOWN THE LAW AND NICKS THE POINTS (SICM Sevens)

Although the title has been decided and there’s nothing to play for in terms of position, there’s no letting up as far as commitment to win is concerned. The bottom line is that, regardless of what the table says, when

CONGRATULATIONS, LIONS, AND NOT ONE BALL WAS KICKED (SICM Sevens)

Due to unfulfilled fixtures, the games scheduled for May 16 saw points awarded and also deducted as well, as can be seen from the table below. Brandhall & Quinton FC 0  Crestwood Town FC 5 Kingsbourne 0  Allstar Lions 5

CONGRATULATIONS, LIONS, AND NOT ONE BALL WAS KICKED (SICM Sevens)

Due to unfulfilled fixtures, the games scheduled for May 16 saw points awarded and also deducted as well, as can be seen from the table below. Brandhall & Quinton FC 0  Crestwood Town FC 5 Kingsbourne 0  Allstar Lions 5

JUNE FIXTURES (SICM Sevens)

Monday June 1 Pitch 1. League 58. Brandhall & Quinton FC v Kingsbourne Pitch 2. League 59. Tipton Family Church FC v United FC Monday June 8 Pitch 1. DBMT semi-final. Tipton Family Church FC v Crestwood Town FC Pitch 2.

JUNE FIXTURES (SICM Sevens)

Monday June 1 Pitch 1. League 58. Brandhall & Quinton FC v Kingsbourne Pitch 2. League 59. Tipton Family Church FC v United FC Monday June 8 Pitch 1. DBMT semi-final. Tipton Family Church FC v Crestwood Town FC Pitch 2.

AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR (SICM Sevens)

Last night saw the completion of the quarter-finals in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy (DBMT) with two games scheduled. Unfortunately, we had a no-show from Dudley, so the 5-0 victory allocated to Brandhall ensured that their slender two-goal lead from

AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR (SICM Sevens)

Last night saw the completion of the quarter-finals in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy (DBMT) with two games scheduled. Unfortunately, we had a no-show from Dudley, so the 5-0 victory allocated to Brandhall ensured that their slender two-goal lead from

TIPTON’S TIDE TURNS (SICM Sevens)

Tipton and Kingsbourne went into their second-leg game with all still to play for. Although the former had a two-goal advantage, we all know just how quickly the net can be found in the Sevens. Could Kingsbourne crack the defensive nut

TIPTON’S TIDE TURNS (SICM Sevens)

Tipton and Kingsbourne went into their second-leg game with all still to play for. Although the former had a two-goal advantage, we all know just how quickly the net can be found in the Sevens. Could Kingsbourne crack the defensive nut

IT’S ALL FINE (SICM Sevens)

In SICM Sevens (the fund-raising football league that we run) we have a fine-system for teams that includes 50p per item of kit that doesn’t match. This is extended to individual players for red and yellow cards. As far as

IT’S ALL FINE (SICM Sevens)

In SICM Sevens (the fund-raising football league that we run) we have a fine-system for teams that includes 50p per item of kit that doesn’t match. This is extended to individual players for red and yellow cards. As far as

CRESTWOOD CRUISE INTO SEMIS (SICM Sevens)

All of tonight’s games were in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy, with Crestwood Town the first team to reach the semi-finals. With such a lead from the first leg (25-1), it was a formality really that they would progress. They

CRESTWOOD CRUISE INTO SEMIS (SICM Sevens)

All of tonight’s games were in the David Bloor Memorial Trophy, with Crestwood Town the first team to reach the semi-finals. With such a lead from the first leg (25-1), it was a formality really that they would progress. They

MAY 2015 FIXTURES (SICM Sevens)

Monday May 11 Pitch 1. DBMT QF 2. Dudley FC v Brandhall & Quinton FC. Lyndon Rollason Pitch 2. DBMT QF 2. United FC v Allstar Lions. Kelvin Brittain Monday May 18 Pitch 1. League 57. Brandhall & Quinton FC

MAY 2015 FIXTURES (SICM Sevens)

Monday May 11 Pitch 1. DBMT QF 2. Dudley FC v Brandhall & Quinton FC. Lyndon Rollason Pitch 2. DBMT QF 2. United FC v Allstar Lions. Kelvin Brittain Monday May 18 Pitch 1. League 57. Brandhall & Quinton FC