Hemsworth Miners Welfare vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 4
Sheffield coasted into the quarter finals of the Sheffield and Hallamshire Senior Cup, writes Andy Dixon, as a makeshift side brushed away Hemsworth at a chilly MDC Sports Stadium.
Sheffield FC vs. Newcastle United 6 : 1
Sheffield FC Ladies made it five wins on the bounce as they completed their group matches in this season’s FA Women’s Premier League Cup with a 6-1 win at home against Newcastle United WFC.
Sheffield FC vs. Hollinsend U21 3 : 3
Following last weeks draw away from home we were keen to get back to winning ways. Without Alex Colton, due to a 1 match ban, and also Ben Whittington and Josh Oxley Adams injured, it was a chance for us to give some players more of a run out.
Stamford vs. Sheffield FC 4 : 1
Sheffield came off second best at Daniel Stadium this afternoon, writes Stuart James, as they were comprehensively beaten by a Stamford side oozing confidence.
Sheffield FC vs. Northwich Victoria 2 : 1
Sheffield FC put their recent poor run of form behind them with a hard-earned 2-1 win over fellow challengers Northwich Victoria writes David Bell. Returns for Callum Harrison and Tyrone Thompson helped guide Club back into playoff contention and banish memories of a wretched last few weeks.
Sheffield FC vs. Sunderland 0 : 2
Sheffield were in League Cup action this week and played host to the Reserves Mids/North Division 1 joint leaders, Sunderland, for the second successive season which ended in a 1-0 defeat when the two sides met last year.
Sheffield FC vs. Leicester City 2 : 1
Sheffield left it late, but recorded a first win against Leicester City as goals from Leanne de Silva and Lynn Goodman helped register a 2-1 win at home against the Foxes.
Full details to follow.
Sheffield FC vs. Brigg Town 1 : 2
Sheffield slipped to a second consecutive home loss this afternoon at the BT Local Business Stadium, writes Stuart James, as Brigg scored two goals in the last six minutes to stun the hosts to takes all three points.
Handsworth vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 3
Handsworth vs Sheffield are always tight games and this extremely entertaining encounter at Olivers Mount was no exception.
Stoke City vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 8
Sheffield FC Ladies Reserves move up to third in the league table thanks to an 8-1 win at Stoke City Reserves. The match saw hatricks for Clare Holmes and Gina Benjamin, plus a brace from Ashton Crouch.
Full report to follow.