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From a Men’s perspective it’s been a summer of change. With the difficulties we had towards the end of last season to consistently field 4 sides we took the difficult but sensible decision to withdraw our Colts from the Yeovil League, leaving us with 3 teams competing in the Perry...
We held our youth team awards evening at The George Reynolds Centre. It was a fantastic event for us to celebrate concluding a season where we ran our most ever youth teams. Below is a round up of all the award winners.
We concluded the 2018/19 season with our Adultspresentation evening at the George Reynolds Centre.
What a great way to end the season! Our Under 10s, sponsored by Allglass & Glazing Limited, were crowned Champions Plate winners today in their debut season with victory over Wells City. Goals coming from Ollie Wilson and Fergus Campbell-White.
Thanks everyone that supported our race night on Saturday. Despite a lower attendance than hoped we raised a vital £600 which is comparable to last year.
On Thursday night we held our first ever quiz night combined with our annual raffle, and it was a great success! The event raised us a profit of £978. This is a fantastic amount that has far exceeded our raffle fundraising of previous years.
In December we held a charity match between our Mens and Ladies Teams in aid of DEBRA UK, supporting individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa. Epidermolysis Bullosa is a painful genetic skin condition that results in easy blistering of the skin and mucous membranes, occurring from minor trauma or friction.
You may have seen throughout October and November last year we were campaigning for votes in the Aviva Community Fund. We were delighted to find out in December that we had received enough votes to be successful in obtaining funding!
We're delighted to have been awarded a "Retain the Game" grant by the Football Foundation. The Football Association and Football Foundation launched the new scheme this year which is aimed at supporting the retention of adult male teams. The scheme provides grants of £750 to clubs with existing male teams...
Once again it's been a very busy summer for Rangers, with no less than 4 new teams bring formed. At Men's level Ash Lawrence and Simon Cross join the club to manage our new A Team who will play in Perry Street League Division 3.