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27th 100 Club member – Ladies First Team

by on Apr.23, 2020, under Harrisons Ground, Ladies First Team 19/20

Our 27th member of the Club’s 100 Club is the Ladies First Team. The team plays at Step 6 in the West Midlands Regional Womens League and encourages progress from the club’s 17 girls teams into the squad. Last season they had 3 U17s players playing regular football. We are very grateful to the team […]

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Tournament postponed

by on Apr.16, 2020, under Tournament

After much consideration and after looking at the cancellations of major sporting events, the club has made a tough but, we feel, correct decision in cancelling this year’s annual tournament in June and July. This is the first time in 24 years we have had to cancel and, as the profits from it enable us […]

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Corona Virus and local Care Homes

by on Apr.09, 2020, under Community Work

Having watched Breakfast TV this morning, it is clear that residential/care homes are struggling at the moment. Staff are doing all they can with limited PPE resources and sometimes without the recognition they deserve. Residents have had their limited contact with friends and families taken away from them, with no opportunity to venture outside. We […]

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Meerkats support New Cross

by on Apr.03, 2020, under Community Work, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 19/20

Our U8s Meerkats girls put together a pack of necessities and goodies for the nursing staff in one of the wards at New Cross hospital – a small token of their gratitude. They have had a lovely response, as the picture below shows. A simple task, but one much valued! Could any other teams please […]

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