✔499 - Malton Community Sports Centre

Brooklyn FC 1v2 York Railway Institute
York Football League Premier Division
Saturday 9th January 2015

Brooklyn FC formed out of the Brooklyn Community Centre. The junior team set up a senior side, which joined the York League in 2013. After two season in Division One they were promoted into the top division for this season.

Malton Community Sports Centre
Broughton Road
YO17 7BP

English Non-League grounds 246 
York League Premier grounds 3/14
The Centre opened in February 2011 and amongst its facilities is a standard 3G caged pitch with dugouts at one side.

The Gadabout
I wasn’t expecting to see any football this weekend. I was staying in Thornton Dale just outside Pickering for the weekend, for the occasion of Uncle Malc’s 60th Birthday Bash. A few days before heading down to Yorkshire I checked the local fixtures and found Brooklyn FC were at home. The club are based in Malton, so it was just a quick 15 minute drive from our cottage and they also have a 3G pitch, so it couldn’t have worked out any better. Even though there was only 20 in attendance, there was still someone I knew at the game, as Michelle, one of the nicest people on the groundhopping circuit had found a game at the third attempt.
Brooklyn FC(12th) v York Railway Institute(9th)
York Football League Premier Division Matchday 13
2pm k.o.
Weather:dry, chilly

0-1 Leigh Dutton (48’)
Ball in from the left fumbled in by Dutton via a deflection from eight yards.
1-1 Mickey Brown (61’)
Long ball from the left picked out Brown in the inside right channel, who finished well with a right foot effort into the far corner.
1-2 Danny Gray (78’)
A shot from Dutton was saved by the ‘keeper but the rebound fell into the path of substitute Gray to side foot home.

Top Bloke:Josh Coulson(York RI)
Entertainment 7/10
No admission or programme

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