Hallam FC

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Hallam see off relegated Maltby

Hallam FC 6-1 Maltby Main


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At Sandygate, we witnessed an intriguing encounter between Hallam FC and Maltby Main FC. With the NCEL Premier Season drawing to a close, Hallam had little at stake, while Maltby Main was already relegated to the 1st Division. Despite the lack of high stakes, this game exhibited the hallmarks of a friendly match.

The Hallam attack proved to be rampant, with goals coming from multiple sources. Iren Wilson, Sam Eckhart, and Branden Bradbury all found the back of the net. However, the standout performance came from Lewis Macaskill, who secured a Hat-Trick for Hallam. Maltby Main, despite their relegation status, managed to pull one back in the second half.

Their spirited play throughout the game demonstrated their determination. As the season winds down, Hallam has only two games remaining. This match showcased both teams’ resilience and provided an entertaining spectacle for the fans


Last minute Goole Goal makes it all square Sandygate

Hallam FC 2 - 2 Goole AFC

In a thrilling match at Sandygate where the Hallam volunteers put forth an excellent effort to ensure the match was played. Their opponents, Goole AFC, arrived with a desperate need for points to secure their position in the division. The game kicked off with Goole taking the lead in the 5th minute, but it took another 10 minutes before Chris Salt equalized for Hallam, courtesy of a precise cross from Scott Ruthven.

The second half saw Hallam seize the advantage from the penalty spot, with Jamie Buttle confidently slotting the ball home, leaving the keeper with no chance. However, just as victory seemed within reach for Hallam, Goole struck back with a dramatic 90th-minute free kick, finding the net from just outside the Hallam area.

In the end, the points were shared at Sandygate, but the fans were treated to an exciting match.

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Hallam hold Emley to a draw in a game of two half's

Hallam FC 1 - 1 Emley AFC

Hallam FC and Emley AFC played out a 1-1 draw at Sandygate in front of a crowd of 422. Prior to the match, Emley AFC lay in second place and Hallam FC in eleventh.

The match was a tale of two halves, with Hallam FC dominating the first half and taking the lead in the 37th minute through Joe Lumsden. Emley AFC came back strongly in the second half and equalized in the 54th minute. Hallam FC had two goals disallowed by the match officials, one for offside and one for taking a free kick without the referee's signal.

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A difficult night for Hallam at Sandygate

Hallam FC 1-2 Bottesford Town

The opening half saw Bottesford Town seize control with two rapid-fire goals. Their clinical finishing left Hallam reeling, and as the teams headed into the break, the scoreline remained unchanged. The second half was a tale of near misses for Hallam. Twice, they rattled the woodwork, inches away from narrowing the deficit.

However, fate dealt them a harsh blow when an off-the-ball incident led to a late red card for Ollie Fearon. Amidst the tension, there emerged a glimmer of hope for Hallam. In the dying moments of the game, Luca Defalco stepped up and found the back of the net, salvaging pride for the home side. The final score read 2-1 in favour of Bottesford Town. Despite the setbacks, Hallam fought valiantly, and Defalco’s late strike injected a spark of belief into their hearts. The fans held their breath, hoping for a miraculous comeback, but ultimately, it was Bottesford who claimed victory on this challenging night.

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Iren Wilson stars as Hallam advance in the Vase

20240113 192027Hallam FC 3 - 1 Silsden AFC

Iren Wilson produced an attacking masterclass, as Hallam FC come from behind to beat Silsden 3-1 in the fourth round of the FA Vase.

The game started as a cagey affair, with both teams lacking quality in the final third, as the half-finished goalless. Hallam came back the better side in the second half, dominating possession and testing Trennery. Against the run of play, Price found Ellis Hudson, who dispatched the ball into the back of the net comfortably.

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Hallam ease past Pickering

vPickeringHallam FC 3 - 0 Pickering Town

Hallam ease past Pickering with brilliant Performance Hallam FC V Pickering Town. Hallam managed to earn 3 points after an exciting and complete performance from the team.

Hallam begun the match as the more proactive team utilising set pieces and throw ins to put pressure on the Pickering goal. In the 16th minute Iren Wilson beautifully took down a long ball but could not manage an effort on goal without his shot being blocked.

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All square at the Boxing Day Sheffield Derby

Hallam FC 0 - 0 Handsworth

Its Boxing Day at the Worlds Oldest Football Ground and a bumper crowd of 751 came to see Hallam entertain Handsworth in the Sheffield Derby. Whilst Hallam had most of the chances they could not get the ball into the net with the best efforts kept out by the Handsworth keeper. Hallam remain in 12th position as we approach 2024.

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Hallam FC exit the FA Vase on Penalties

Hallam FC 2-2 Lincoln United

Lincoln United win 5-6 on penalties

In a thrilling FA Vase 5th Round clash at Sandygate, Hallam FC demonstrated their resilience by coming back twice to level the score at 2-2 during regular time.

The tension escalated as the game headed straight into penalties. In a nail-biting shootout, Lincoln United emerged as the eventual winners, clinching victory with a 6-5 scoreline.

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Hallam progress to the FA Vase 4th round for the first time in 42 years

Hallam FC 1-0 Ramsbottom United

Hallam FC entertained Ramsbottom at Sandygate for the 3rd round of the FA Vase. With the tie looking to go to penalty's Calum Ward snatched a victorious goal in the 87th minute to see Hallam through to the FA Vase 4th round for the first time in 42 years.

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Hallam's late rally not enough against Campion

Beatson Hallam powers a header over the Irlam crossbarHallam FC 2 - 3 Campion AFC

A disappointing day for Hallam as they were narrowly beaten by second placed Campion AFC.

In an enthralling game Hallam began as the better team as they forced the opposing defenders to make some crucial clearances. Hallam’s encouraging passage of play continued with Iren Wilson drove into the box whilst continuously being impeded until finally a penalty was awarded. It was a reward for the impressive start that Hallam had made with the penalty coming in the 9th minute.

Danny Buttle stepped up to take the penalty and hit the post before it rebounded off the goalkeeper and petered into the grateful hands of Brad Emerson. Hallam continued to put pressure on the Campion goal with Iren Wilson continuing to be a catalyst.

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Hallam defeated in the cold

Hallam FC 0 - 2 Garforth Town

Garforth Town came to Sandygate sitting just above Hallam in the NCEL Premier Division.

Garforth took an early lead when a cross was deflected by a Hallam defender into the Hallam goal.

By half time neither side produced much threat to either goal and with the temperature dropping fast the initial 45 minutes came to a conclusion.

In the second half Hallam was awarded a penalty when Iren Wilson was brough down by the Garforth Keeper. The penalty was lined up by Ash Flynn who duly blasted it over the cross bar.

Garforth were later to be awarded a penalty which was converted. This put Garforth two up and that how the game ended.    

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