|Tv Income 2019
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|Author:||Charscot [ Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:57 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Tv Income 2019|
The cup final was as usual the live match to end the season as Longfield K.L.F took the trophy to offset the disappointment of relegation, beating Callie Athletic after extra time. Athletic for their part escaped relegation and will face KLF in the league next season.
The highlights package showed the Champions The Academy finish their excellent season with a 1-0 win at Shaolin F.C
The last highlights game of the season saw Colwyn Bay win 4-0 at Castle Rock Furies to secure the Division 3 title.
|Author:||Charscot [ Mon Feb 25, 2019 3:58 am ]|
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A new season sees little change as A.F.C Binfield appeared live again. Last season no club appeared live more than them although more repeats of their opening day loss to promoted Carnbroe Rovers 2-1 may see that end soon.
Longfield K.L.F have proven fairly entertaining on week 1 in recent seasons so the cameras followed them to The Northerners, a side desperate to avoid last season's struggles, where they were fortunate to find 3 sides just slightly worse than them. Longfield came away with a 5-2 win that raises questions about The Northerners once again whilst Longfield's biggest challenge may be Father Time with a side that is not lacking quality.
The other match saw Dep El Celtico win at Rhyl F.C 2-1. A promising result for the visitors, hoping to prove last season's fourth place was no fluke and Rhyl will be worrying that another season if struggle may lie ahead despite being Champions as recently as the season before last.
The Champions getting a thumping at Shaolin F.C was the live match of the week.
Dep El and Balham appeared for the second week of the season with Town winning 1-0.
The final match saw the return of Prestatyn Town to the tv audience as they played out a dull 1-1 draw with Rhyl Town.
The live match saw high-flying Longfield K.L.F come down to earth with a 3-2 loss to Rhyl courtesy of a 90th minute winner.
The highlights package saw four teams make their season debut on tv. First the cameras showed their first Division 1 match as Ayrhead won a top of the table clash at Beeston Athletic 1-0.
Then the cameras went to Broomhall Lions, who recorded their first win upon their return to the top flight, with an excellent 2-0 win over The Academy.
The live match saw Shaolin and Carnbroe Rovers both make their second live appearance of the season as Rovers stayed top with a goalless draw.
As usual the visit of Real Madrid to Prestatyn Town made it into the highlights, mainly because both teams forget how to defend in this fixture. Today's game was no exception with Real coming out on top 4-3.
The final match of the weekend saw St Joseph's BC make their tv debut, but it wasn't a happy one as they lost at Dep El Celtico 1-0.
Week 5 saw 6 sides who have already been on tv re-appear.
The live match saw The Academy record a 2-1 win at Balham Town to leapfrog the hosts and go third.
Highlights saw a thriller at Real Madrid as the hosts beat Longfield K.L.F 4-3 and leaders Carnbroe Rovers beat Dep El Celtico 1-0.
Another week without any new teams appearing on tv.
The live game sees Prestatyn Town inexplicably appear for a third time ,this time gaining a very good 2-2 draw with unbeaten leaders Carnbroe Rovers.
The highlights package saw The Academy thump Real Madrid 3-0 in a surprisingly one-sided match.
The final game saw hapless The Northerners lose again, this time 2-0 at Shaolin F.C
A couple of teams made their season debut on tv this week.
First up in the live match Charscot made their debut with a 3-1 win at Balham Town.
The highlights saw Rivendell lose their debut in the top of the table clash in Division 1 against Beeston Athletic by a goal to nil.
The third match finished all square 12-1 between Broomhall Lions and Shaolin F.C
A bizarre choice for the live match this week as the dour to watch (though impressive defensively) Shaolin played out a goalless draw with the not any better Rhyl F.C whilst a meeting of the Champions in a top 5 battle was ignored completely.
The highlights package saw the game that should have been live shown as The Academy beat previously unbeaten leaders Carnbroe Rovers 2-1 to go top themselves.
The final match between Dep El and Broomhall Lions had just the one goal for the hosts as better games were ignored.
The live match saw former leaders Carnbroe Rovers completely thumped by St Joseph's BC 3-0. Rovers' bubble may have burst after an outstanding start to the season, the next few league games are crucial to their season.
The highlights package saw top flight form side Charscot win 3-0 over surprise strugglers A.F.C Binfield and Broomhall Lions gain an impressive 3-1 win over Rhyl F.C
The first round of the cup saw a disappointing choice of the live match as the only all top flight match up was shown. Whilst the result, a 3-1 win to Ziaste at St Joseph's BC, was a surprise, showing some of the lower division club's live who pulled off great results would have been better.
The highlights saw the two form teams, Charscot and Southpool, meet with the game ending a 2-2 draw before going to a penalty shoot-out that saw the top flight side progress.
The final highlighted match saw a struggling Barton Blitz of Division 1 thump top flight title chasers Carnbroe Rovers 4-1 in a majestic performance that was far more worthy of being live.
|Author:||Charscot [ Mon Apr 29, 2019 3:34 am ]|
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For the live match this week the cameras went down a division to show the big clash between Helston Hammers and Ayrhead. Helston came out on top 2-0 to pull level with Ayrhead.
The highlights package showed leaders The Academy lose top spot after a 2-2 draw at Dep El Celtico with the final match surprisingly showing the collapsing Real Madrid play out a goalless draw with Broomhall Lions.
The main match this week was the local derby between leaders Charscot and fifth placed Dep El, which the hosts won 2-1.
Broomhall Lions 2-1 win over former leaders Carnbroe Rovers, that sees the Lions move into the top half was the first highlights match.
Completing the tv package this week was another top flight game as Rhyl won 1-0 at surprise strugglers St Joseph's BC.
A poor selection of games this week.
First up the live match showed two of the worst sides on current form records as Real Madrid won 3-0 against St Joseph's BC.
Next up leaders Charscot drew at Vanbrugh Royals 1-1 to drop down a place.
The final match saw struggling Ziaste lose 1-0 at former leaders Carnbroe Rovers.
An obvious choice this week for the live match as the top two met at Charscot with The Academy losing 3-1 and relinquishing top spot.
The first of the highlights matches was the fixture between Rhyl and Real. This fixture had become synonymous with high scoring away wins but with Real Madrid a pale imitation of the side they were a season ago Rhyl took a comfortable 2-1 win to pile on the pressure as the Champions continue to drop.
The final match saw Carnbroe Rovers lose at home to The Northerners 3-2, allowing the visitors to finally move out of the bottom three after a disastrous start to the season.
The live match saw The Academy return to the league's summit with a 2-1 win over tv favourites Prestatyn Town.
The highlights matches covered the teams second and third in the table as last week's leaders Charscot were thumped 3-0 by Shaolin F.C whilst Balham squeaked a 1-0 win over struggling St Joseph's BC.
As usual the cup dominated the tv schedule although the live match was a surprise choice as top flight side Ziaste won 4-1 at Division One side Rivendell.
The highlights had a cup shock as Division 1 side Spondon Phoenix F.C won 2-1 at top flight Charscot.
The third match showed a lack of imagination on the schedulers part as they showed Longfield beat Helston rather than nay of the cup shocks they could have shown.
Focus was all on the top flight this week with the leaders The Academy grabbing the live package with a 2-2 draw at The Northerners.
Balham's last gasp escape with a point against Dep El was the first highlighted game with Real Madrid's convincing 3-1 win over Shaolin completing the tv games.
A surprise choice of the live match as struggling St Joseph's BC 0-1 loss at Shaolin was chosen.
The highlights package saw Dep El continue their return to form with a 1-0 win over Real Madrid with the final game showing Balham Town drop 2 points at bottom side Prestatyn Town with a 2-2 draw.
As usual the cup dominated week 20's tv viewing with two cracking matches and a poor third choice.
Both the live match and one highlights match saw the games go to extra time after 2-2 draws.
The live match saw The Northerners record an excellent 4-2 win over Real Madrid in extra time whilst Balham Town beat Whitebrook Rangers on penalties.
The final match was a bore-fest as A.F.C Binfield took a predictable 2-0 win over their lower placed rivals, Requiem Shark.
|Author:||Charscot [ Mon Jul 15, 2019 2:26 am ]|
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The live match was a no-brainer a the top two in the league met. Visiting Balham Town simply had to win at hosts The Academy but lost 1-0 and ended their own challenge for top spot.
The highlights package saw a fairly uninspiring goalless draw between form side Ziaste Nequeno and hosts Shaolin F.C
The package was completed with Division 1 Champions-elect Beeston Athletic edging closer to promotion with a 0-0 draw at promotion chasing Spondon Phoenix.
No real surprise as the tv cameras focused on the top sides this week.
The live match saw The Academy continue their unstoppable march to the title as they won 2-0 at Real Madrid.
Second and third place met each other and swapped positions as Rhyl won 3-1 against Charscot.
Balham continued to lose ground as they lost at home to under-performing A.F.C. Binfield 1-0.
Madness. How else to describe a couple of the chosen games this week ??
Given the two of the top four faced each other in the top flight the decision to make runaway Division 1 leaders Beeston Athletic's 1-0 win in their derby at Mid table Rivendell the live match was simply inexplicable.
Compounding this strange choice was the cameras finally making the effort to show a division 3 battle after two years and showing Colwyn Bay's win over Abergarwed Athletic. Whilst not an awful choice it was far from being one of the best Division 3 games of the season.
The final match saw Champions-elect The Academy easily overcome a surprisingly ineffective this season St Joseph's BC side.
With four cup ties to choose from the cameras showed the game with the most goals as it's live selection as The Northerners beat Ziaste Nequeno 3-2.
The highlights saw Longfield K.L.F record an excellent 2-0 win over Balham Town and top flight side A.F.C Binfield lose from two up against Division One relegation contenders 3-2.
The cameras dropped to Division 1 for the live match this week as Beeston Athletic won 3-1 at Barton Blitz to confirm their return to the top flight.
The highlights package saw The Academy continue their charge to the title with a 2-0 win at Longfield K.L.F and Charscot gain their usual win against A.F. Binfield, coming from a goal down to win.
The focus as usual was on the top flight this week with the runaway leaders The Academy making the highlights as they drew with Dep El Celtico.
The live match was chasing Rhyl's 3-0 win at Ziaste Nequeno.
The final match saw Real Madrid win 21 at relegation threatened Broomhall Lions.
The live match saw visiting St Joseph's BC end any slim title hopes for Rhyl F.C as the hosts lost 2-0.
The first highlights match saw The Northerners complete their relegation escape as they beat Balham Town 1-0 to move 6 points clear of the bottom 3.
The second highlighted match saw Castle Rock Furies fail to secure promotion as their 0-0 draw at Broomhall U23s left them still needing a point.
The cameras focused on the Premier Division this week.
The live match saw Balham Town and Rhyl F.C draw 1-1 with the first highlights match showing The Academy confirm their title with a 2-1 win over A.F.C Binfield.
The final match was a poor choice as St Joseph's BC beat Real Madrid in a match that meant nothing.
As usual tv was dominated by the cup ties with the live match featuring struggling Division One side Callie Athletic beating top flight The Northerners in a shock by two goals to one.
The second semi-final was no surprise as Longfield K.L.F beat Carnbroe United 3-0.
The final highlights match saw The Academy celebrating their league title with a 1-0 win over Charscot Wanderers.
The live match reflected the lack of exciting fixtures as the cameras showed an entertaining albeit fairly meaningless 2-2 draw between St Joseph's and Balham.
The first of the highlights matches was another meaningless 2-2 draw, this time between Rhyl and The Northerners.
The final match was similarly meaningless as already crowned Division 1 Champions beat Requiem Shark 3-0.
|Author:||Charscot [ Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:20 am ]|
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