Dave Jacklyn (Bramham FC) Mark Heap (Barkston
Ash President) Brian Coutts (Barkston Ash Secretary)
Dave Jacklyn, has been involved in local
football for over 25 years and has done most roles at various clubs (Bramham
FC - both Saturday and Sunday teams , Boston Spartans AFC, Royal Hotel FC
and FC Boston) including playing, managing , secretary, treasurer as well
as the usual match day tasks pitch marking , washing kits , cleaning
changing rooms. During his time involved with Bramham FC and FC Boston were
successful in both respective leagues and won numerous Barkston Ash Cup’s.
Boston Spartans were Challenge Cup winners. Dave is still involved with
Bramham Sunday team
Aberford Albion 2 Sherburn White Rose 4
Sherburn White Rose retain the Challenge Cup
JB Plows Cup
Hounds FC 2 Malt Shovel 3
NEW-LOOK SCHEME FROM THE FA RETURNS TO SUPPORT RETENTION OF ADULT
MALE FOOTBALL TEAMS IN WEST RIDING
·Grants available for clubs to
maintain existing adult male teams Application
window open until Thursday 6 June 2019
Football Association (The FA) is re-launching its adult male
retention-focused funding scheme to support men’s 11-a-side community
football teams in West Riding.
Stay in the Game scheme will offer existing
clubs the opportunity to apply for grants of £750 to help cover the various
associated costs of running a football team.
This year, the grants will
once again be available to adult male teams in the under-18 to Under-21
category, open-age adult sides and veterans’ teams.
Grassroots clubs that meet
the following criteria will be eligible to apply:
Clubs that operate with two
or more adult male teams – Under-18s, Under-19s, Under-21s, Under-23s,
open age and vets.
Clubs that hold the FA’s
Charter Standard Award (Adult, Youth, Development or Community).
Adult clubs that commit to
becoming FA Adult Charter Standard within season 2019/20.
Clubs that have the support
of their County Football Association.
The application window for Stay
in the Game is now open and closes at 5pm on Thursday 6 June
Congratulations to Bill Reay,
council member and referee assessor, on becoming an Honorary Life
Member of Barkston Ash Referee Association. Garreth Rhodes presents
tankard and John Key presents the certificate.
Good to see him recovering so well from recent illness