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AGM Notice Wednesday 7th June 2017

Please be advised that the YYL AGM will be held at Kowloon Cricket Club on Friday 30th June 2017 at 7pm. Drinks and some snack food will be provided and all teams are required to attend – failure to attend will result in a fine of HKD500.00. Any nominations for exco and any other business that members wish to raise must be sent by email (to: michael.johnson@yauyeeleague.com and wise.adamjohn@gmail.com) at least 10 days before the AGM (ie on or before 19th June 2017). Agenda and minutes from last year’s AGM will be sent to members in due course.

YYL Exco



They Came, They Saw And They Almost Conquered Thursday 1st June 2017


Congratulations To YYL Select Teams At The 7s
 

The Yau Yee League masters' first game was against what looked on paper the toughest opposition of the masters, with the PlayOn Pros boasting the likes of Emile Heskey, David James and Des Walker in their ranks. The game started with the YYL select team having the upper hand, and with the extensive training they had better shape and understanding of the 7s format. A great through ball from Steph Bulgarelli led to Chris Ransford of Spartans bamboozling James to score from 4 yards out. The team then defended gallantly with Kurt Lettani having Heskey in his back pocket to win the game 1-0. The last game of the evening was against a defensive KCC team. In a defensive game this was a stalemate and finished 0-0.
The next day saw the Masters team take on the Wallsend Boys Club who had a lot of pace and quality in their team. After more resilient defending and great goalkeeping from Adam Bilbey the YYL team had a good chance created by Gorka cleared off the line. The North Eastern Club hit on the break to score 2 goals and win 2-0.
In the second match of the day the team had to beat HKFC chairman's team and hope other results went their way to stay in the draw for the coveted cup draw. More great teamwork at the start looked to give the YYL team the upper hand. Early in the second half some skills down the left from Warren Tilley created enough space for him to square the ball across goal for an oncoming Daniel Turner to slide the ball in the net. The YYL team were never really troubled until a scare in the last minute which HKFC were unable to finish and they won 1-0. With Wallsend later beating the PlayOn Pro's the YYL select went into the cup semi-finals for the first time in history.
The semi was against last year's winners Citibank All Stars who had players such as Frank Sinclair and a fast Louis Boa Morte. The game started at a belting pace with YYL holding their own against a class outfit. Late in the first half they created the most clear cut chance with Gorka stripping the defender and laying across a perfect ball to Ransford who had his first shot excellently saved by the keeper and his follow up somehow cleared off the line by the Citibank defender. At half time the match was still 0-0 but there was a feeling that they may have created their best chance. Unfortunately this was the case. A spirited team effort couldn't quite stop the Citibank team who scored twice in the second half to win the game 2-0. Well done to all who played in an exceptional weekend of football making the YYL proud.

The team: Adam Bilbey (GAS), Barry Brown (Corinthians), Warren Tilley (Colloids), Mark Tupper (Colloids), Kurt Lettani (Captain, French Kiss), Stefano Bulgarelli (Colloids), Martin Rigby (GAS), Daniel Turner (GAS), Gorka Garcia-Tapia (Squadron), Nathan King (Spartans), Chris Ransford (Spartans).

Coached by: Barry Brown (Corinthians), Nick Day (Spartans), John Thompson (Dynamo).



In the main competition, the YYL Select played Premier League team West Ham in their first game. This was a cagey affair with the YYL Select never looking in too much trouble throughout, thanks to their great work rate and tracking, nullifying any of the West Ham attacks. They drew 0-0 to get their campaign off to a good start. Later in the afternoon the team played French team Olympique Marseille in one of the games of the day. A brilliant start, with a brace from Rob Davis of French Kiss, saw a shell shocked Marseille trailing 2-0. The heat and pace of the game started to take its toll in the second half and the French team managed to fight back and score in quick succession with time running out, to square the game 2-2. The last game of the day saw YYL come up against current HK Premier League Champions, Kitchee. A nice Matt Zoeller finish ensured that the YYL team finished the day unbeaten as they drew against the HK football powerhouse 1-1.
On the final day of the tournament the team were in the plate quarter finals and played Kashima Antlers. Unfortunately, the YYL team conceded an early goal which put them on the back foot and meant the Kashima team could play possession football. Fantastic work by the team couldn't break down the opposition who managed to sneak another goal and win the game 2-0. The YYL select team drew three and lost one all weekend which against the high calibre opposition was an outstanding achievement. Well done to all and here's to more of the same next year.

The team: William Donker (Colts), Alex Jojo (Colts), Thomas McGillycuddy (Albion), Christopher de Laiglesia (French Kiss), Matthew Cross (Spartans), Sebastian Beer (Wanderers), Matt Zoeller (Captain, GAS), Robert Davis (French Kiss), Daniel Loup (KCC Dragons), Dan Houmann (Squadron).

Coached by: Chancy Cooke (GAS), Byoung No Ha (Azzurri), Lee Tsang.



Weekly Disciplinary Report for the Game of May 14 & 21, 17 (Revised) Friday 26th May 2017

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Weekly Disciplinary Report for the Game of May 14 & 21, 17 Thursday 25th May 2017

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Cometh The Hour Cometh The Bagman Sunday 21st May 2017


2017 YYL 6-A-Side Cup Champions
 

After two weeks of some great six-a-side football which saw welcome additions to the trophy cabinets of Green Cypress, Spartans and Colloids, the last game of the competition came down to a cup final between league founding members Squadron and German All Stars. With the match tied after 15 minutes of normal time which saw chances for both teams and some really excellent saves from the Squadron keeper, it was 4-on-4 5 minutes extra-time. Enter Steve Cairns, GAS player-coach for the day, who took on the GK jersey to give the Huns, what seemed like, a one man advantage with the Germans keeping possession and moving up the pitch. Cue the Bagman who received the ball around 20 yards out, took a touch and then rifled home the winner against a spirited Squadron side. The rain stayed away most of the day and the mercury kept to a reasonable level making for a fine day of football and a nice close to the 2016-17 season.

Henry Winter



Congratulations To Spartans - 2017 YYL Six-A-Side Plate Winners Sunday 21st May 2017


2017 YYL 6-A-Side Plate Winners
 



Congratulations To Colloids - 2017 YYL Six-A-Side Bowl Winners Sunday 21st May 2017


2017 YYL Six-A-Side Bowl Champions
 



Congratulations To Green Cypress - 2017 YYL Six-A-Side Shield Winners Sunday 21st May 2017


2017 YYL 6-A-Side Shield Winners
 



Third & Final Payment Thursday 11th May 2017

Dear Team Reps

The final spreadsheet for monies owed, including all individual and team fines as well as the costs for the annual dinner was issued by email earlier today.

Any fines incurred at the sixes or other money that teams may owe from now on will be added to next season's team balances.

Please arrange payment to the YYL account: HSBC Account Number: 600-711626-001, AND send proof of payment to the treasurer's email: treasurer@yauyeeleague.com on or before Monday 29th May, 2017.

It would be appreciated if teams could pay the EXACT amount shown in the outstanding balance column.

Failure to make payment AND send proof of payment before the deadline will result in a HKD 500 late payment fine and any further delays in payments will incur further fines in accordance with league rules. Teams who have not settled their dues by 12th June 2017 will be automatically suspended and their continuance in the league will be decided by members at the Annual General Meeting.

Congratulations to all winners of respective leagues and cup finals and thanks to the near 500 of you who attended the end of season awards evening.

Regards

Steve Cairns (YYL Treasurer)



Weekly Disciplinary Report for the Game of May 6, 17 Monday 8th May 2017

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