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Weekly Draw

No winners this week but a few tickets had 5 numbers and will be entered in the March 5 number draw (providing they are in credit).

NEXT WEEKS DRAW WILL USE NUMBERS 1 TO 17
Lottery results 24-03-19

For players, committee members and others who have supplied fixed numbers which are entered every week (providing payments are up to date), you can check how many numbers you got this week by clicking HERE (for 30 days only).

Legally, only participants who are fully paid up when the lottery takes place can be entered in the draw, no pay no play. Payments can be made in the Joey’s club of a Sunday afternoon, or to any committee member anytime or by direct debit / standing order.

2018-19 League & Cup Fixtures

VERONICA CONWAY CUP FINAL
Queens Park v Dock – Sunday 7th April 2pm ko – (Ashville FC)

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CHESHIRE SUNDAY CUP FINAL
Dock v Queens Park – Sunday 14th April 2pm ko (Vauxhall Motors FC)

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WIRRAL PREMIER CUP FINAL
Dock v Queens Park – Wednesday 24th April 7pm ko – (Cammell Laird FC)

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Please note: All games are subject to change, please check this website prior to travelling.

2018-19 League and Cup Results

HOULIHAN’S BIRKENHEAD SUNDAY LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION
Great Float 3-2 Dock – Sunday 12th August
Matty Carlin
Danny Dixon

Birch Tree 2-4 Dock – Sunday 19th August
Greg Drummond (2)
Ricci Neill
Jay Clare

Dock 3-3 Bidston – Sunday 2nd September
Perrie Black
Ryan Nicoll (2)

Dock 3-4 Heygarth – Sunday 9th September (Photos)
Paul Byrne
Danny Dixon
Dean Nunn

Dock 5-0 Rock Ferry (h) – Sunday 23rd Sept – (Photos)
Steve Owen (2)
Danny Dixon
Dean Nunn
Dave Forbes

FC Bidston 3-5 Dock Sunday 28th October
Danny Dixon (2)
Ricci Neill
Ryan Smith
Mark Jones

Dock 1-1 Great Float Sunday 25th November (Photos)
Dave Forbes

Rock Ferry 0-4 Dock – Sunday 2nd December
Ricci Neill (2)
Ryan Smith
Dean Nunn (pen)

Saughall 0-10 Dock – Sunday 16th December
Ryan Nicoll (5)
Jon Clampitt (2)
Ollie Nugent
Mark Jones (pen)
Dean Nunn

Queens 3-2 Dock – Sunday 13 January
Dave Forbes
Ollie Nugent

Dock 5-1 Birch Tree – Sunday 20th January
Matty Carlin
Jay Clare
Dave Forbes
Ryan Smith
Ricci Neill

Heygarth 0-2 Dock – Sunday 3rd March
Ryan Smith
Mark Jones

Dock 3-1 Queens Park – Sunday 24th March – Photos
Own Goal
Mark Jones
Dean Nunn

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WIRRAL PREMIER CUP
Dock 4-2 Rock Ferry – Sunday 16th September (Photos)
Danny Dixon
Connor Courtnell
Jay Clare
Dave Forbes

Bushell Athletic 2-3 Dock – Sunday 21st October
Ricci Neill (2)
Jay Clare

Dock 2-1 Neston Nomads – Sunday 24th February – Photos
Dean Nunn
Ryan Smith

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VERONICA CONWAY CUP
Dock 3-2 Heygarth (h) – Sunday 30th September (Photos)
Matty Carlin (2)
Ryan Smith

VERONICA CONWAY CUP (Semi Final)
Saughall 1-2 Dock (aet) – Sunday 17th February
Ricci Neill
Joe Foster

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CHESHIRE SUNDAY CUP
Dock 8-1 Faddiley – Sunday 14th October
Ryan Smith (2)
Tom Wingfield
Dean Nunn
Mark Head
Paul Byrne
Dave Forbes (2)

Dock 4-0 Bushell Athletic – Sunday 11th November
Ryan Smith (2)
Danny Dixon
Dave Forbes

Cheadle Town U21 0-5 Dock – Sunday 6th January 2019 – Photos
Dave Forbes (2)
Paul Byrne (2)
Dean Nunn

Dock 6-1 Cale Green – Sunday 10th February – Photos
Dave Forbes (3)
Paul Byrne
Mark Jones
Joe Brandon

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FA SUNDAY CUP
Dock 0-3 Campfield – Sunday 7th October (Photos)

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TONY HOULIHAN MEMORIAL CUP (R3)
Heygarth 4-2 Dock – Sunday 4th November
Matty Carlin
Jay Clare (pen)

2018-19 League Table

2018-19 League Table to and including 24th Feb 2019
Club P W D L F A GD Pts
Dock AFC 13 9 2 2 47 18 29 29
Heygarth FC 13 9 2 2 37 16 21 29
Queens Park FC 12 9 2 1 32 17 15 29
FC Bidston 14 5 4 5 31 32 -2 19
Great Float S & S 12 2 5 3 19 19 0 11
Rock Ferry Social 11 3 0 8 17 29 -12 9
Birch Tree FC 14 2 2 10 21 48 -27 8
Saughall FC 11 2 1 8 13 37 -24 7

2018-19 League And Cup Goal Scorers

Dock FC 2018-19 Goal Scorers
Player Lge Cup Total
Dave Forbes 4 9 13
Ryan Smith 4 6 10
Ricci Neill 5 3 8
Dean Nunn 5 3 8
Dan Dixon 5 2 7
Ryan Nicoll 7 0 7
Paul Byrne 1 4 5
Matty Carlin 2 3 5
Jay Clare 2 3 5
Mark Jones 3 2 5
Greg Drummond 2 0 2
Steve Owen 2 0 2
Jon Clampitt 2 0 2
Ollie Nugent 2 0 2
Perrie Black 1 0 1
Connor Courtnell 0 1 1
Tom Wingfield 0 1 1
Mark Head 0 1 1
Joe Brandon 0 1 1
Joe Foster 0 1 1
Own Goal 1 0 1

Weekly Lottery

No winners this week and no 5 numbers. February’s 5 number draw will take place next Sunday (10-03-2019).

NEXT WEEKS DRAW WILL USE NUMBERS 1 TO 17
Lottery results 03-03-19

For players, committee members and others who have supplied fixed numbers which are entered every week (providing payments are up to date), you can check how many numbers you got this week by clicking HERE (for 30 days only).

Legally, only participants who are fully paid up when the lottery takes place can be entered in the draw, no pay no play. Payments can be made in the Joey’s club of a Sunday afternoon, or to any committee member anytime or by direct debit / standing order.

Weekly Lottery

Lottery results 03-03-19

RIP Referee Gerry Jones

Screenshot 2019-02-18 at 19.50.35Dock AFC committee, players and supporters would all like to express our deepest sorrow and condolences to the family and friends of ex-referee, Gerry Jones, who recently passed away.

Gerry was always a popular referee around the Merseyside football leagues, he was also Everton FC’s referee’s liaison officer for over 20 years.

Gerry, who was also a Head Teacher, loved refereeing and knew how to cool situations down. The high-points in his long and varied career seen him as an assistant referee at a West Germany v Brazil game in 1981, as well as officiating in the Manchester derby.

Gerry will be sadly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of meeting him.

Gerry’s funeral is 11am Tuesday 12th March at Sacred Heart Church, Moreton Cross

Dock 6-1 Cale Green (Cheshire Sunday Cup – Semi Final)

REPORT BY KEITH COATES (Stockport District Sunday Football League)

Dock AFC v Cale Green 10th February 2019You have to go back to the early days of Cale Green to find something akin to the 6-1 score-line inflicted on them by Dock FC in the Cheshire Cup semi-final. It was no fluke, Dock taking their chances when they arose and defending in numbers when required and thoroughly deserving their win.

There was a sign of what was to come when after five minutes lack of concentration from a free kick which keeper Craig Ellison thought was going out was hooked back by Matt Carlin for his captain Paul Byrne to head past the stranded keeper.

With the strong wind making it hard for both teams to get any rhythm into their game there was a lull in the game where neither goal was threatened. Ellison was brought back into action by keeping out Joe Brandon’s in-swinging effort from the right. But it was Joe Brandon that set up Dock’s 2nd goal cutting in along the bye-line his low cross was finally forced home by Dave Forbes. Minutes later more problems for Cale, a penalty was awarded against them which Mark Jones duly dispatched for the third goal.

Just before half time Aaron Dwyer who had not seen much of the ball got a bit of freedom on the left finding Andy Keogh with his cross who toe poked the ball home to open Cale’s account.

Seven minutes into the second half again the Cale defence was at fault by not clearing their lines which left Dave Forbes the simple chance of netting his second. Cale sent on Paul Walley, Ben Brooks and Liam Tongue for Duane Ridgeway, Joe Armstrong and Alex Crowe. It seemed to fetch new life in their previous lack lustre play. From a Dwyer corner Scott Dignan’s header skidded off the top the bar. Following another goal mouth scramble Carlos Meakin saw his shot actually hit Liam Tongue on the home goal line, from the clearance up field the ball finished up in the back of Cale’s net to get Dave Forbes his hat trick.

At the other end Dwyer curled a shot just wide of the post, good defending saw efforts from both Meakin and Mike Bowler cleared off the line by the Dock defenders. With only minutes left on the clock Ricci Neill should have got his sides sixth goal but shot wide from close range, it was left to Joe Brandon to get that honour outstripping the Cale defence to hit them for 6. Dock will now meet twelve times winners Queens Park in the final.

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