HEYWOOD IRISH CENTRE (formerly the Irish Centre) are back in action in the FA Sunday Cup on October 14.
The club made their debut in the competition last season and went out in the second round 3-0 to Liverpool side Canada FC at AFC Emley’s Welfare Ground, after previously beating Durham side Stanley Royal 2-1, also at Emley.
The club will be hoping that last year’s experience will prove beneficial this time and that they can progress even further.
Their first-round match this time in this Carlsberg-sponsored competition is against another Liverpool side, Sandstone, and will again be played at the Welfare Ground, 2.00.
The club are looking for sponsorship for the match, with match-day and ball sponsors high on the list. There is also space to have an advert in the programme.
If any company or person is interested in backing the club in this competition in any way they should contact 01422 310399 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
District League champions Newsome WMC fell to their first defeat of the season when visitors Uppermill beat them 4-1 at Newsome High School.
The victory maintained Uppermill’s unbeaten record to put them on top of Division I as the only side with a 100% record after only three games.
Kirkheaton Rovers head the Reserve Division I table, unbeaten in three games, their latest success coming at the expense of New Mill 94 who they beat 6-2 thanks to goals from Mitchell 2, Goralski 2, Winterbottom and O’Donnell.
Honley, meanwhile, maintained their challenge at the top with a 3-1 victory over Lindley Liberal.
Meltham are now third after dropping their first points of the season when they were held to a 2-2 draw lowly Lepton Highlanders, who earned their first point of the campaign.
Heyside lead Reserve Division II with nine points from three games, their latest success coming with a 2-1 win over Linthwaite Athletic, thanks to goals from Dempsey and Partington.
Second-placed Britannia Sports dropped their first points, losing 2-1 at Wooldale Wanderers, whose scorers were Cox and Holmes.