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Martin 08/05/2012 10:26:24


WES DURAMAN MEMORIAL RACE NIGHT 16th JUNE
Race Night at the Masons Arms in Egerton on Saturday 16th June. The event is the annual Wesley Duraman memorial, and also a chance to raise money for the NSPCC. Please keep the Friday free if possible. The first race will begin between 8.30pm and 9pm and it's a great night out, as those of you who have been before will testify. There's also good money to be won, and for only 10 to enter, it's a bargain. Hopefully the night can also serve as an unofficial End of Season bash for those of us who play footy on Sundays. Please also visit my fundraising page and support if you can. http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=MARTINASHTON1971 Thanks everyone Martin

 



mr borszcz 28/12/2011 23:59:42


winners of under 14's jubilee cup
just reading through the history and there is no mention of this.. we beat ladybridge 2-1 i think jim dearden the manager at the time.

 



The philosopher 04/11/2011 10:09:45


Useful tips
Don't drink in a pub with a flat roof

 



mark schofield 18/10/2011 19:46:47


my grandson wanting too join bcfc
my grandson is ten and desperate too join a football club have u any placements he has recently moved too bromley cross so it would be great if u could contact me 07973396062 if u have.

 



Ben 25/08/2011 22:28:49


oooops
Beverly is a place deprived of constant signal it would seem.

 



Ben 25/08/2011 22:27:26


Masons Charity Cup
Thank's to all those who participated in Mason's Charity Cup tournament earlier this summer. We managed to raise 250 which has been donated to the Blackpool, Fylde & Wyre Hospital Trust Charitable Fund 'Blue Skies Fund'. Well done!

 



Ben 25/08/2011 22:26:43


Masons Charity Cup
Thank's to all those who participated in Mason's Charity Cup tournament earlier this summer. We managed to raise 250 which has been donated to the Blackpool, Fylde & Wyre Hospital Trust Charitable Fund 'Blue Skies Fund'. Well done!

 



Ben 25/08/2011 22:26:43


Masons Charity Cup
Thank's to all those who participated in Mason's Charity Cup tournament earlier this summer. We managed to raise 250 which has been donated to the Blackpool, Fylde & Wyre Hospital Trust Charitable Fund 'Blue Skies Fund'. Well done!

 



Imran Hatchet 23/08/2011 18:23:54


Andy H
Apologies if you felt singled out - that wasn't the intention, and it is absolutely noted how much you socially supported the club and were an ever present (and also your Dad supported trememndously!) - it was however to single out maybe a dozen people who have played for years and not got involved on the organisational side.

Violence - yep, I hated it too, couldn't understand it and it put me off the game also at times. However, as Dave says, there are many of you guys still yound enough to see the transition to a Saturday team and be the embryo of what will eventually end up being a compewtitive Saturday amateur team in the not too distant future.

I also remeber Horwich St Mary's having an issue with the rough nature of the Bolton league, and they moved into the Lanc league and had a much better time of things - there are other options.

 



Bowlie 23/08/2011 18:09:22


Open Age
Andy,

Points taken. I accept the violence in some of the games can be off putting but it's not something new and goes on to a certain extent in all forms of the game, in fact, I'd say some of the worst that I've experienced was when we had a Premier 5's team way back when. My personal feeling was that to quit because of it was to let them win, perhaps that is a foolish approach and I appreciate that it wouldn't be the choice of others.

Anyway, one of the aims of the Sunday team all those years ago was to grow it into something bigger and even though it looks like it's struggling to continue then maybe this is the time to move up to the next level. The club will soon have fantastic facilities of their own and are already one of the biggest (if not the biggest) amateur clubs in the area but they're missing one major asset, a proper open age Saturday team playing in one of the regional leagues. That team could be the focus of all the 30+ junior teams and be a flagship for the club. A team like that would surely be a more attractive proposition to the current players than Bolton Sunday League and would also make it far more appealing to new players. For me, if I was still playing Open Age, then the the thought of being part of that inaugral team, even though I'd never get in it, would be hard to resist. The current core group of players from the Sunday team could be the start of that.

I'm more than happy to help oil the wheels where necessary.

 



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