Baxter gets lost on way to game, despite having played there all last season, claims walking doesn't count as knowing where you should go...
Bankers Pav’s won only there 3rd game of 2014, as they completed the double over a hard working City Central team.
Manager Mason burns “no place like home” mat and turns off the lights on the way out the building.
Loud football clichés!
“A truly bizarre game of football” is what Bankers Pav’s manager labeled their away clash against Clowne Villa FC.
Bankers continue to be own worst enemies.
Bankers rebound with 6 of their own.
Transport complete the double over Bankers.
Gilet! gilet! gilet!
Manager calls for more time to turn fortunes around as fan pressure mounts...
Points don't do performance justice.
Bankers gain momentum in downhill charge.
Goal line clearances from Matt Fletcher, Kieran Dobrowolski, Joe Lodge and 17 from Phil Enticknap help bank a point.
Bankers’ promotion charge continues to stall.
Bankers come undone at former stomping grounds.
Na na na na na na na, na na, na na. Na na na na na na na, na na, na na. na na na na nah nah na, na na na na nah nah na. Stephen Hallett is Bankers no9
manager delighted with away performance
Mason fairly happy with 10 points from 5 games but calls for ruthlessness from squad.
Bankers slump to first league defeat.
Bankers pav’s made a short trip to Newfield’s school to face Manager Mason’s former side Sheffield International, themselves enjoying a solid start wi
An 82 minute strike from Richard Baxter saw Bankers continue their 100% start to the season as Bankers fought back from being 1-0 down at the half.
Pre-season's hard work brings first repayments. (we like de mango)
A couple of new teams have applied to join the SDFPL and are looking for friendlies - contact them now!
Keepmoat Stadium Confirmed for Final and Presentation Evening!
and to celebrate, we want to create a history booklet...
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