Sheffield FC vs. Heanor Town 6 : 2
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Gresley FC vs. Sheffield FC 5 : 2
Sheffield made four changes to the side that underperformed so disappointingly against Tividale on Saturday. On the bench for Club were Kay, Knowles, Algar and Purkiss, with Whittaker, Obed, Roney and Pemberton in the starting XI to face the league's top scoring club.
Sheffield FC vs. Newcastle United 4 : 1
After an inactive week-end the previous week, Sheffield FC Ladies first team were back in league action last Sunday with a home game against Newcastle United WFC.
Sheffield FC vs. Tividale 0 : 3
In the final home game before Halloween Sheffield suffered a horror show performance, writes Andrew Dixon, losing at home to NPL newcomers Tividale. After a fairly even quarter of an hour the visitors, sporting a fine array of winter beards, started to take control of the
Stocksbridge Park Steels vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 4
It was one of those games that was all about the goals rather than the quality of football, writes Stuart James, as the much anticipated first Club-Steels for five years finished in a thriller that ended with Sheffield ending on top by the odd goal in seven.
Sheffield FC vs. Maltby Main 8 : 1
Sheffield welcomed Maltby Main JFC to the Jubilee Sports & Social Club this week-end for their fifth game of the season. It was a special occasion for Caitlyn Douglas who had played for Maltby last season before signing for Sheffield this summer.
AFC Mansfield vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 3
An object lesson in playing to the final whistle was meted out by Sheffield’s development team in this somewhat scrappy encounter.
Sheffield FC vs. Tottenham Hotspur 1 : 0
Sheffield FC Ladies safely progressed to the next round of the FA Women's Premier League Cup, beating a hard working Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 1-0 at the Home of Football this afternoon. Club's goal came in the 41st minute when Lynn Goodman volleyed home an Ellie Gilliatt cross, sending the
Millmoor Juniors vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 5
Millmoor Juniors: Blease, Baldrey, Brunt, Cutts, Cole, Hargreaves, Hutton, Moulton, Martin, Pearson, Wallis.
Sheffield FC: Gamble, Blunden, Cooper, Davies, L.Fisher, Hawes, Morton, Oxley, Rose, Shaw, Webster-Dunkerley. Subs: M.Fisher, Richards, Riley.
Newcastle Town vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 0
Sheffield FC were left ruing their luck at the Lyme Valley Stadium on Saturday, writes Stuart James, as they lost 2-0 to second placed Newcastle Town in a tight yet entertaining encounter.