The only news website
dedicated to Lichfield & Burntwood

Lichfield Leisure Leagues football round-up

Norfolk remain three points clear at the top of the Lichfield Sunday six-a-side Leisure Leagues Premier Division as they claimed a 4-2 success over FC Licho.

YMA are still hot on their heels after a 3-0 victory against GWFC, whilst Bassetts Allsorts were 3-1 winners over Barmy Army Tage.

Division One saw Mean Machine win through 4-2 in a clash with Clifton Rovers, and Real Sosobad claimed a 2-0 victory over Balboa’s Boys. Rugeley Hexis are still two points clear despite a 2-2 draw with Gumtree FC.

Boley Park Academy preserved their 100 per cent record in the Monday Premier Division, as they looked in formidable form in their 2-0 defeat of Family United FC.

Plough & Harrow suffered a surprise setback as they went down narrowly, 1-0 to Old Heads, whilst PES United edged out Colin Lees Adopted Sons, 2-1.

The top two clashed in Division One, and neither side could be separated, as Norfolk and Street Strikers couldn’t break the deadlock in a goalless draw.

England Youth took full advantage as they secured maximum points in a 3-1 win over Banana Grove. Friary Sharks finally got off the mark at the other end of the table, as they saw off the challenge of Dads Army in a battling 3-1 victory.

Lichfield Crown are still clear leaders in the Tuesday league after seeing off Sporting 3-1, while FC No Chance kept the pressure on, beating KED 2-0.

Pathetic Athletic also won 2-0, seeing off Bayern Neverlosin, and Big Dawgs sneaked home 2-1 against mid-table Rugeley Hexis.

Anyone interested in joining the Lichfield leagues can call 0845 230 2340 or visit

A volunteer wrote this. Say thanks with a coffee.

Founder of LichfieldLive and editor of the site.