Under 8s to go to school on Mondays

Venue for the Under 8s training

Latest update: All mainstream youth teams are now booked into external venues with the news that the Under 8s will train under the lights on the astro at Highworth Grammar School on MONDAYS 6-7pm. We start this coming Monday! See you all tonight at Waterside.

Arrangements for all youth squad training are on the Events & Fixtures page

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Have a go at the caption challenge!

Club opens at 4.30pm with training on Thursday at Waterside for the U15s, U13s, U8s and U7s. Arrive promptly please as it is getting dark pretty early! From Monday onwards, all mainstream youth training moves to the external venues (see the Events & Fixtures page if you are not sure).

Pip’s ’21st’ celebration last night!

Caption for this one anybody? Prize for the best one emailed to dhomewood@yaho.com

Tommy wants more!

Sweets, ice poles and cake … everything a footballer wants

But not everyone is in the party mood!

Fantastic cards for all occasions, personalised by our own designer Pamela Taylor. See her at the club or email dhomewood@yahoo.com with your enquiries.

Wednesday 11 October

Birthday greetings today to Eshan Sapkota and Phil Castle! Must be a cake celebration at the club tonight!

Clubhouse open from 4.30pm today

Training is on as normal for U16s, U12s, U11s, U10s, U9s and BG Valiants tonight

After this week, mainstream youth squads move to external venues … PLEASE parents/guardians make sure you know the arrangements which are clearly stated on the Events & Fixtures page. The only squad we are still trying to settle is the U8s but we have a few irons in the fire and hope to be able to confirm a venue and day/time by the weekend.

From next week, Wednesday will be our main opening night with officers on hand to answer questions from 4.30pm until after training at approx 7.30pm.

Can the following please collect from the clubhouse tonight or tomorrow
*denotes standing order must be evidenced before collection … thank you

Club bags
389 Sam Smith*
440 Daniel Vincent
442 Tommy Piggott*
448 Ehioma Egede

Green jackets
326 Joshua Smith*
351 K Branch
393 Glenn Mackett
426 Elliott H (U16)
429 Harrison O’Neill*
436 Andrew Reet*
440 Daniel Vincent
441 Lewis  Chalk (U16)

Club polos
389 Sam Smith*
429 Harrison O’Neill*
432 Tyler Sorsbie

Club t-shirts
375 Billy Mabb*
389 Sam Smith*
429 Harrison O’Neill*

Tuesday 10 October 2017

Clubhouse open today from 5pm

Training for U13s and U15s 6-7pm … please be ready to start on time as the nights are rapidly drawing in

NO TRAINING tonight for the seniors as Gary has family illness

Reminder that training for mainstream teams moves to the external venues next week so please make sure everyone is keyed-up as the clubhouse will only be open on Wednesdays midweek apart from special events.

Our new signing from Wingham Park … scouted by Cameron Edwards

Another message

Sent to all club secretaries tonight:

IMPORTANT DISCIPLINE UPDATE

Dear Club Secretary.

I hope you are enjoying season 2017/18.

Please find below a link for The FA’s 2017/18 Discipline Handbook.

The handbook is full of useful information regarding the disciplinary processes that effect* leagues, clubs, players and match officials. The handbook includes, but is not limited to, many aspects of discipline from cautions through to suspensions, appeals, serious misconduct charges and much more.

I would suggest bookmarking this page for reference throughout the season.

I hope you find this useful and please feel free to share this link amongst your colleagues.

If you require any assistance please do not hesitate to contact the Kent FA.

I hope you enjoy the rest of the season.

Kind Regards

Richard Judd | Football Services Manager

* affect

Important updates: Message to all clubs from the Kent FA

Seniors training is off this Tuesday
Sorry, but due to family illness, Gary has had to cancel adult training for Tuesday

Information notice

The following has been circulated to leagues/clubs:

Unfortunately we are getting too many reports of clubs who are publishing results, scorers or a match report which indicates the score of games at U7 to U11. Please can you remind your clubs that they are in breach of rule 11D of SCORY and that you, as a league, are able to charge breaches of this rule in accordance with your constitution.

REPORTING RESULTS (D) The Competition and Clubs are permitted to collect but NOT publish results or any grading tables for fixtures involving UnderU7s, Under 8s, Under 9s, Under 10s and Under11s. Any Competition failing to abide by this Rule will be dealt with by the Sanctioning Authority and any Club failing to abide by this Rule will be fined (in accordance with the Fines Tariff).  The Competition and Clubs are permitted to collect and publish results for trophy events.

The rule is very straightforward and is there for the benefit of all players in this development phase. If anyone has any questions then I will be more than happy to answer them if you wish to contact me via Luke.Baker@KentFA.com.

Monday is here …

Clubhouse open today from 4.30pm

Training is as per the schedule and please remember from next week the times and venues alter for most sides as winter draws in. Full details are on the Events & Fixtures page. The only team still to ‘sort’ for their winter training is the Under 8s.

Some L1 coaching course spaces are still remaining locally. Anyone interested should contact Lisa urgently please. Contact details are on the Contact Us page.

For the BGV U16s report please go to the BG Valiants page

Under 16s report … Rhys is our Player of the Match

Well played Rhys

Today we travelled to Tankerton looking to build on our opening season point last week.
We were missing a few boys but we still had enough quality players to be positive going into the game. We started the game well and camped in their half for the first 5 minutes. On their first attack we conceded a sloppy goal completely against the run of play. From that point onwards we were dreadful and were 2nd best in all departments. At half time I wasted no time telling the boys some home truths about their performance. The boys took it on board and put in a much improved performance in the 2nd half. A combination of terrible offside decisions and bad luck prevented us getting on the scoresheet. As the half wore on we committed more forward in search of the equaliser and were caught on the break twice to make the score 3-0. The game ended with us on the end of a really disappointing result. However I was proud of the boys efforts in the 2nd half. We move on and need to remember it’s still so early in season. My player of the match today was Rhys who I thought faced with a lively forward line made a number of crucial interventions. See you on Wednesday boys.
Carl

Well done Orlando!

Our U11s Player of the Match is Orlando

Bromley Green Christmas cards, congratulations, birthdays, new job, get well etc … individual designs exclusively for club members … see the sample box leave your orders in the clubhouse