League Annual General Meeting

The League Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, 4th June 2015, at Ruston Sports & Social Club, Newark Road, Lincoln,
commencing at 7.30pm. In order to assist the smooth running of the meeting, clubs are requested to return their league application forms prior to the date of the meeting together with entry fees.… Continue Reading

Kelly Read Cup Final

This season’s Kelly Read Cup Final was an all-Premier Division affair as Scothern faced Metheringham. Scothern were looking to bounce back from the disappointment of missing out on the League title during the week while Metheringham hoped to win the trophy they last held in 2013.Continue Reading

Fred Quibell Junior Cup Final

Railway Inn took on Division Five side Claytons Athletic in the Fred Quibell Junior Cup Final with the Railway looking to win their second knockout competition of the season, while Claytons were hoping to ease the disappointment of finishing as runners up in their League in a final they played in in 2013.Continue Reading

Report for Games Played In the Lincoln Sunday League week commencing Sunday 26th April

Division PREMIER                                

Metheringham closed their league programme visiting Dynamo Varsity in search of their only double of the season, having beaten the same side  4-2 days before at home. Against a side that seemed happy to put ten men behind the ball, Meg went ahead on five minutes.Continue Reading

SFC Victory Take The League Title

SFC Victory claimed a “double double” on Tuesday evening after a titanic struggle against title rivals, Scothern, to win 2-1. This gives the Vic a fifth straight Sills and Betteridge Lincoln Sunday League title and, after retaining the Ron Eaglen Cup at the weekend, their second consecutive League and Cup double, a feat they also achieved in 2011.Continue Reading

Jock Mitchell Trophy Final

The Jock Mitchell Memorial Trophy final saw New Swan, who are one win away from taking the Division Three title up against Division Four side Railway Inn, playing in their first of two finals this season.

New Swan were guilty of three glaring misses in the opening 12 minutes as they had the better of the opening exchanges.Continue Reading