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As agreed at last night’s meeting, the Presentation Nights will be organised as follows: –

Entry – £2 per adult pay at the door. Children free of charge.

Trophies – Each Player will receive a club trophy. Teams can present their Player’s Player and Manager’s Player trophies on the night if they wish. No others will be presented due to time constraints and to meet team requests to present them at individual team presentation night. (NB The Player’s Player and Manager’s Player trophies for the first 2 nights can be picked up from me as they will need to be engraved with the names of the award winners prior to the presentation nights. Trophies for the 15th May will be picked up by me early next week) 

Times – There will be two ‘shifts’ to ensure that players do not get bored and that full respect is given to the teams there. The first shift will start at 7.30 Saw V psp prompt. Teams and parents should arrive from 7.00 onwards. There will be 5 teams in the first shift and they will sit together at the front in their team ‘row’. They will be called up by their manager and introduced to the audience. The first part of the presentation will end at 8.15. The second shift will start at 8.30 prompt. Teams and parents attending the second shift should enter the suite at 8.15.

Teams in the first shift will then go on to the astro turf adjacent to the stadium where each manager will organise a penalty shoot out – the winner in each team will get a trophy presented to them when they return to the Stadium Suite. Managers in the second shift may also take their teams onto the astro turf from 7.30 to 8.15 and organise a penalty shoot out if they wish. Again a trophy will be given to the winner in each team.

The Second shift will finish at 9.15 and all players and parents will return to the room to see the Penalty shoot out trophies presented and to enjoy the rest of the night, including the drawing of the raffle (each team to bring a bottle prize).

We have organised a disco for each night and hot food can be purchased from Walsall FC’s excellent catering. Only food and drink purchased at The Stadium Suite can be consumed. Please note that food is available up to 9.00. Brother’s War movie full

Star Guests – Vice film The Club is making arrangements for past and present footballers – male and female – to present the trophies. Swifty the Walsall FC mascot will also be there for photo opportunities!

Teams and their shifts:

May 1st. First Shift The Tale of Sweeney Todd trailer The Last Word dvdrip Fire Down Below video

The Program hd

Halloween ipod

Casino Royale hd

– Academy, U10s Panthers, U10 Tigers, Girls U12s, Girls U13s Panthers. Second Shift – Under 16s Tigers, Girls U15s Panthers, Girls U15 Pumas, Girls U16s

May 8th. First Shift – U8s Jaguars, U9s Panthers, U9s Tigers, Girls U11s Panthers, Girls U11s Pumas. Second Shift –

U11s Panthers, U12s Panthers, U13s Cougars, U14s Panthers, U15s Panthers

May 15th. First Shift – U7s, U8s Tigers, U10s Lions, U11s Lions, U11s Tigers, Girls U10s. Second Shift – U12s Dragons, U13s Panthers, U15s Lions, U16s Panthers, Girls U13s Pumas

Volunteers on door – 1st May Martin Millard & John Dean. 8th May Martin Millard & John Dean. 15th May Martin Millard & Rod Jones

Raffle Volunteers – 1st May John Dean’s daughter and friend. 8th May John Dean’s daughter and friend. 15th May Kate Foreman & Lisa Ford.

The club thanks the volunteers for giving up their free time.

Club ties are available from Andy Parfitt at £8 each – there is a limited supply, so get your order in quick! 

Each evening will finish at 11.00.

Please note that the club has paid a damage deposit to Walsall FC – our usual good behaviour is therefore expected at all times please.

We are looking to make the nights special – hence the venue. If you have any suggestions – please contact me.

Keith Hardy, Chairman.

3 comments for this article:
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    PaulDurbin

    the adult tems not gona be there??

  2. avatar
    taunds

    Hi is it possible to bring extra family members i.e grandparents,or sisters/brothers wishing to watch presentations? just that a few of our family members would like to come.

  3. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Martin, – yes within reason though! Room holds 450.

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