As some of you will have noticed, Rich (aka the Doc) is currently struggling to find the hour or two he needs during the week to produce his weekly round up.
What he would really like to see is the official ASFA home page being used by clubs looking to promote
What a week of football it's been... first Liverpool, then Tottenham... and several days before these epic encounters was AUT FC versus Double Rum Greenhithe, a game that finished 3-3, earning both teams their first point of the season. It wasn't particularly pretty, but both teams gave it everything, and
120 goals scored & conceded across all the divisions last Sunday (an average of 6.6 per game!). Fourteen teams are yet to be beaten, and fourteen teams have already scored more than ten goals this year. Ten teams are still to secure their first win of the year, whilst fifteen
Firstly, a quick reminder that there are no league games scheduled for Easter Sunday, but that we do have a number of teams involved in Chatham Cup action over the easter-ANZAC day break. A great chance for team's not involved to go and show there support for the ASFA (and
Welcome to the first installment of "The Weekend that Was!", my weekly review of the ASFA fixtures, inspired by D&G's "the week that was" segment on Radio Sport every friday night.
i'd like to start this post by publicly acknowledging all the hard work that has been put in behind the
Sunday 9th September saw the curtain finally fall of what has been an ASFA league season that few people will forget in a hurry!
Trevor Brook, take a bow... how you managed to get the five leagues completed, a total of 578 fixtures, in time for this weekend's finals day I
Last Sunday witnessed saw 5 games played and one default. Boh's Celtic hosted Kukuri in a fixture originally scheduled for the first week in April, winning 3-1 to finish the season as runners up with 30 points from their 15 fixtures. HNK, who were gifted yet another 3-0 win, finished