Archive for: May, 2017

030s Playoff, State Cup Final and More – June 3rd and 4th

May 28 2017 Published by under Club

Saturday June 3rd:

CPR FootGolf outing at Crystal Springs Resort

Season Finale and chance to win the division and advance to Playoff – Men’s White Reserves at Panatha, 9pm Randall’s #74

Sunday June 4th

Season Finale – Women’s White @ Celtic Ladies, East 6th St/TBD

State Cup Final: Flamhaft Cup – Men’s White vs. NY Ukranians. 1:30pm Verrazano Sports Complex Field #1

Season Finale – Men’s Red Reserves @ Stal Mielec, 3pm Green Belt Recreational Center

Season Finale – Men’s Red @ Stal Mielec, 3pm Green Belt Recreational Center

Over 30′s Division Semifinal: Old Boys @ Shamrock, 8am Randall’s #70


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1sts Promotion win and other results from the week/weekend

May 22 2017 Published by under Club

Thursday May 18th:

CPR Men’s White beat Panatha USA 4-0 to secure promotion back to D1.  Goals: Lance Dotzman, Alex Presciutti, Dan Miller (with a brilliant free kick I’m sorry we didn’t get on camera), and Akeem Brooks scored

Saturday May 20th:

CPR Men’s White Reserves got the 3 points via a Brishna Reserves forfeit.

CPR Men’s White drew 1-1 with Brishna, with things already wrapped up on Thursday.  Goal: Jambaar Stills

Sunday May 21st:

CPR Women’s White beat Fuel FC  4-0.  Goals: Al McNally (2), Klara Jenkins and Caroline Kaplan

CPR Men’s Red Reserves thumped FC Japan 8-0.  Goals: Hendrik DeRuiter (3), Hunter Norte (2), James Barbour, Pete Tyson and Ahmed Madbouli

CPR Men’s Red edged FC Japan 4-3.  Goals: Brad Janes (2), Chris Valentine and Emilio Cordero

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This Week’s Schedule: 5/18, 5/20 + 5/21

May 15 2017 Published by under Club

While some teams have wrapped up, we have a few others still in action from Thursday – Sunday this week:

Thursday May 18th:

CPR Men’s White @ Panatha USA, 9pm Randalls #75

Saturday May 20th:

CPR Men’s White Reserves vs. Brishna, 6pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s White vs. Brishna, 8pm Randalls #75

Sunday May 21st:

CPR Women’s White @ Fuel FC, 11am East 6th Street

CPR Men’s Red Reserves vs. FC Japan, 2pm Randalls #84

CPR Men’s Red vs. FC Japan, 4pm Randalls #84


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Results from May 14th

May 15 2017 Published by under Club

CPR Women’s White were off…

CPR Men’s White Reserves beat FC Spring Valley 4-2. Goals: Alex Norocea, Chris Gardner (2) and Jambaar Stills

CPR Men’s White beat FC Spring Valley 3-2.  Goals: Tim Michiels,  Joe Paljaj (2)

CPR Men’s Red Reserves beat Beyond FC 3-2.  Goals: Freddy Garcia, Tom Hagenaars and Andrew Fisher

CPR Men’s Red beat Beyond FC 6-1.  Goals: Donal OCofaigh (2), Timur Mone, Colin Haggerty, Andrew Fisher and Deco Heffernan

CPR Old Boys fell 1-5 to Shamrock FC.  Goal: Creighton Mershon

CPR Grays drew 2-2 with Hoboken FC 1912 Over 30.  Goals: Zach Kelly and Adil El-Mouji

CPR Orange drew 1-1 with Brooklyn Gunners.  Goal: James Carrico

CPR Legends vs. Cosmoz FC, 8am Randalls #72 cancelled/our advance forfeit

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Schedule for Sunday May 14th

May 08 2017 Published by under Club

Happy Mother’s Day!

CPR Women’s White are off…

CPR Men’s White Reserves @ FC Spring Valley, 3pm  Pomona Middle School

CPR Men’s White @ FC Spring Valley, 5pm  Pomona Middle School

CPR Men’s Red Reserves @Beyond FC, 10am Laurel Hill Park Field 1

CPR Men’s Red @Beyond FC, 12noon Laurel Hill Park Field 1

CPR Old Boys @ Shamrock FC, 7:30am Randalls #75

CPR Grays @ Hoboken FC 1912 Over 30, 9am Sinatra Park

CPR Orange vs. Brooklyn Gunners, 6pm Randalls Island Field 50 (grass field)

CPR Legends vs. Cosmoz FC, 8am Randalls #72 cancelled/forfeit


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Results from Sunday May 7th

May 08 2017 Published by under Club

CPR Women’s White beat Rovers 1-0.  Goal: Klara Jenkins

CPR Men’s White Reserves beat Sporting Astoria SC 2-1. Goals: Ivan Cotelea and Vitaliy Firsov

CPR Men’s White beat Sporting Astoria SC 6-0.  Goals: Idy Watt (2), Justin Dotzman, Alex Presciutti, Mouni Kabore, and Akeem Brooks

CPR Men’s Red Reserves beat NY Ukranians 2-0.  Goals: Hendrik DeRuiter (2)

CPR Men’s Red beat NY Ukranians 1-0.  Goal: Felipe Lima

CPR Old Boys beat Manhattan Celtic Legends 2-1.  Goals: Lalo Hernandez and Ernest Subah

CPR Orange played short to start and end, and were shutout 0-2 by FC Partizani NY

Unfortunately, 2 of the 30+ teams had to forfeit on Saturday night, as they just couldn’t get enough guys together for their individual games, or even to send a few either way and salvage 1 game:

CPR Grays forfeited to Megas Alexandros, 2pm,  Corporal Thompson Field, Staten Island

CPR Legends forfeited to Barnstonworth Rovers 12noon  Corporal Thompson Field. Staten Island

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Grays fall to the Greeks Midweek

May 06 2017 Published by under Club

In a fought to manager late midweek kickoff, the Grays battled hard but fell 2-3 to NY Greek American Atlas on  Tuesday May 2nd, 8:45pm at the Met Oval.  Goals: Vitaly Firsov and Stephen McNally

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Old Boys Beat Landsdowne 4-2 To Go Top

May 04 2017 Published by under OldBoys

The Old Boys traveled north on Sunday evening, beyond the wall and into wildling territory. As they lined up against their opponents, the pale skin and piercing blue eyes shone from across the playing field.  White Walkers?! No! Landsdowne Bhoys. Whale oil beef hooked. And they were about to be put to the sword.

(Sorry Clarky, I honestly couldn’t help myself. And it does get worse…)


The opposition

In this strangest of locations the abstract was further enhanced by the fact that Dolph Lundgren had turned up to referee! A daunting figure already, it quickly transpired that Dolph had picked up quite the obscene dialect since his career transition to refereeing, and was not shy in dishing out the profanities. Old Boys started with a strong pace and both teams were testing out each others defense with a series of long balls aimed at the back line. Levy had a shot come back off the bar, whilst Sawyer should have opened the scoring with a header at far back post. The scoring was finally opened with a deft header at the back post from Brindley, after a perfectly weighted cross from Levy. Against the run of play, Dolph then awarded a dubious penalty for a handball against Hollins. With the penalty tucked away at 1-1, Holladonna then struck again with another deft caress of the ball. It had been a while mate, don’t worry. The Old Boys went in at the break 2-1 down after the home team scored before the break in only their second attempt at goal. A rousing halftime team talk and the second half was one-way traffic. Engler finally arrived after being delayed at Craster’s Keep, and added a new dynamic to the right wing with pressure building on the home team.

Amongst a number of corners, the elbow-to-face-count was at an all time high when Sebastian jumped clear of all bodies to head Lalo’s corner firmly past the goalkeeper and into the back of the net to make it 2-2. Shortly after, Engler’s good work down the right prevailed. Another corner was shortly cleared, only to find its way to Steve Morse at 35 yards out. Like Figo in his prime, Morse sent a dipping half volley over 15 players and the goalkeeper and into the back of the net. Cue the mobbing from his 10 team mates.

Finely poised at 3-2, Edmunds was doing his best to irritate the opposition from the sidelines, and with players picking up injuries, a fascinating debate was struck up between Mark and Paul as to who was ‘more unfit’ and therefore less likely to be called upon if needed. To digress – a half-fit Paul Clark may still be the fittest player on the team, whilst a half-fit Edmunds may be considered ‘in his prime’ by some.
Dolph was having a mixed game at this stage. The opposing manager, who claiming he’d missed three blatant fouls, came marching onto the field to stress… “Tree times Ref, Tree times!!!”. Although in Dolphs defense, the accusations of foul play were coming as regular as rain on the emerald isle.

(I did warn you all…)

With ten minutes to go, Seb had a shot blocked before turning on the style and curling one in under the side of the crossbar from 20 yards. The Old Boys were now firmly in control. The Landsowne Bhoys keeper made a number of good saves and the Old Boys defense had perhaps its best game of the season to see out the game. Pablo commanding his line well, with One Eye, Brindley, Andy, and Morse not only providing half the goals,  but keeping the tide at bay.  The tide couldn’t be kept at bay in Brindley’s car on the way home unfortunately, as all passengers were provided the full narrative of the opening goal in imaginatively recounted detail. I’m sure this recollection will still be available upon request at the Kentucky Derby Party this weekend. I myself am now word perfect.


The evening ended with a few pints a Mad River and a ‘top of the table’ toast.

Viva Old Boys.

David Sawyer

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Brooklyn Derby (Party) and Sunday May 7th Schedule

May 02 2017 Published by under Club

Saturday Afternoon is the Brooklyn Derby Party (link here) at Greenwood Park, Brooklyn. (Yeah Creighton!)

While that may be enough to make you nearly late for your Sunday morning games, HEADS UP!  It’s the 5 Boro Bike Tour, and that always make a real mess of city traffic.  Here’s the route map.

Here’s the schedule for Sunday May 7th:

CPR Women’s White @ Rovers, 9am East 6th Street

CPR Men’s White Reserves vs.  Sporting Astoria SC, 6pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s White vs.  Sporting Astoria SC, 8pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s Red Reserves @NY Ukranians, 2pm  Randalls #75

CPR Men’s Red @NY Ukranians, 4pm  Randalls #75

CPR Old Boys vs. Manhattan Celtic Legends, 9am Randalls #82

CPR Grays vs. Megas Alexandros, 2pm,  Corporal Thompson Field (Nets required)

CPR Orange @ FC Partizani NY, 5pm Greenbelt Rec Center, Staten Island

CPR Legends @ Barnstonworth Rovers 12noon  Corporal Thompson Field (Nets required)

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Mid Week Game for the Grays

May 02 2017 Published by under Club

The Grays are taking on NY Greek American Atlas, Tuesday May 2nd, 8:45pm at the Met Oval

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