Archive for July, 2015

Junior Dragons first Match

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This week a Junior Dragons team played against a side from Worfield at St.Georges. The Junior Dragons group, run by Malcolm Webster, is our entry level age group which introduces children in Years 2 & 3 to the game. Both teams had a great time. Click the picture to enlarge

Award for Sam Rowley

Sam Rowley Young Volunteer AwardIn recognition of his  work at the club with our Junior Dragons group Sam Rowley was recently voted “Young Volunteer of the Year” at the Telford & Wrekin Active Lifestyles Award Evening held at The Place in Oakengates. Sam, together with Malcolm Webster, has been actively involved in coaching  this group, which introduces our youngest members to the game, for seven years now, having started as a young teenager. It’s great to see a youngster giving his time to encourage the kids. Well done Sam – the club is proud of you!

New Covers delivered

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Our long awaited new covers were finally delivered this week. They are much lighter then the existing ones and therefore easier to manouvre into position. The existing set has been moved to our second pitch, which will improve the quality of the playing surface on that square.

More success for U11 girls

U11 Girls County finalists

U11 Girls team with their medals and certificates, pictured with managers Andy Hill and Lisa Yeats.

After winning their regional competition, our U11 girls team had a successful day in the Lady Taverners Shropshire finals, at Wrekin College on 12th July. St.Georges finished runners-up to Market Drayton. Click on photo to enlarge.

Neil Davies SCCL club tour

ND at STGCCNeil Davies today did a charity cycle tour of all  12 SCCL Premier League clubs  Sun 5 July. St.Georges CC was about the halfway mark and here he is with several club members, many of whom followed him around on his county tour.

Neil started at Ludlow and had been via Quatt, Broseley, Madeley and Newport on way to St Georges. Just the second half of his 120 mile challenge to complete cycling to Wroxetor, Cound, Rehman, Bomere Heath, Wem and finishing at Frankton.

If you haven’t yet sponsored him to help him raise a good sum for his chosen charity, Kids Kidney Research, you can do so via this link.

His target is £3000 and you can help!

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