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Harrisons clean up

by on Sep.30, 2016, under Harrisons Ground

A big thank you to Kevin Hadwen and the team at Mitie Property Services (UK) Limited for their efforts in sprucing up the changing rooms, toilets, painting goal posts and clearing litter at Harrisons this week. This keeps the site tidy pending our major refurbishment. Pictured below, the newly painted cabins

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Restart a Heart – 18th October

by on Sep.29, 2016, under Club Events

The Club is taking part in the national Restart a Heart Campaign on October 18th at the clubhouse. This is an extremely valuable inititiativee as it provides CPR training to young people that will save lives. Imagine if our players had the skills and were able to use them at home in an emergency situation […]

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5th 100 Club member

by on Sep.28, 2016, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are pleased to announce the fifth member of our 100 club – a group of businesses and individuals who, for £100, will have their business or personal details pinned to this page and on our website for 4 days. Their name will also appear on a Permanent Board when the Harrisons changing rooms are […]

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Players wanted for new U10s Warriors team

by on Sep.27, 2016, under Players & Teams Wanted, Under 10s Warriors 16/17

The Club is delighted to announce a new U10s Boys team. We are looking for boys aged 9 to join the squad. Contact Mitchell on 07534288739 for more information.      

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