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Rangers Reserves were in action on Monday in the Reg Eglon Cup final against Uplyme Reserves. It was the second straight year they made the final, but unfortunately it was the same outcome this time around as in 2016.
After a very successful first season with our two current Under 7s sides we will be forming another new team to compete at that age group next season.
We are excited to announce that thanks to the amazing support and involvement we have had with our Under 7s this season we’ve been able to form a second team.
Crewkerne Rangers FC took part in the Christmas Tree Festival at St Barts Church in Crewkerne over the Christmas period.
On 14th December Rangers held a Christmas Bingo at The George Reynolds Centre. 70 people attended the entertaining evening where lots of great prizes were won on the bingo and in a number of raffles.
As we do each year, Crewkerne Rangers FC had a stall at the Christmas Light Switch On evening in Crewkerne.
As part of their Living Memory Project the Football Association are encouraging all member clubs to visit Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) graves between 1st and 18th of November, the last day of the battle of the Somme, to lay flowers as a mark of remembrance.
The Rangers raided their cupboards and the supermarkets to prepare a hamper for the Harvest Festival at St Barts Church on Sunday 16 October. This year the collection will be sent to the South Somerset Women's Refuge - a very worthy cause. Thanks to everyone that contributed!
6 Rangers put on their walking shoes and followed a 10 mile coastal path, in the glorious sunshine, from West Bay to Lyme Regis last Sunday 9 October. Taking just under 3.5 hours and with a total ascent of over 2,500ft, the Rangers aimed to raise money to help fund...
Today was a historic day for the club as our first ever youth team, the Under7s, played their first match. Since the club was established in 2008 the long term aim was to start a youth team - the target being within 10 years.