“Gentle reminder to all Managers”  Would you like your team players to be  Ball boys-Ball girls at Walsall f.c. home games 2009-10 season? If so contact me as soon as possible as fixtures are out mid June and I will need to apply quick to secure them for  you.   

I presume the cost will be the same as last season £125  for up to 14 players and will include 4 free adult tickets, 2hrs coaching on astro turf  11am till 1pm,  lunch in community room 1pm till 2pm to watch footy on the big screen, take your own packed lunch or arrange for a parent to collect  meals from McDonalds just a few minutes walk away. At 2’oclock your players will be out on the pitch to receive instructions from either Mick Kearns or his assistant Adam when you will have an ideal opportunity to take photos.If the photos are passed on to Andy Poole along with story it will be published in the following home game programe  (I would pass that on for  you). Your day will finish at 5 o’clock when an autographed ball will be presented to you.If you require additional tickets they are priced at £5 adults and £2 children. Please note because of health and safety issues players must be aged 10 years or over to be  Ball boys – girls.  There is a simler package available for the younger ones but they are not allowed pitch-side.    T.S.The Order ipod

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    trevor, i think Andy has already asked you for little Dragons but just in case….yes please. Earlier in the season the better for us please. Thank you.

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