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  2. KEARSNEY  112      DOVER 63


    L Beardsell, A Copp, M Law & M Deakin (Capt)     31  -  11
    J Page, C Merry, B Billett & D Hunter                   23  -  18
    K Hughes, R Sawyer, R Bainbridge & S Swinerd 17  -  23
    S Hall, G Winter, L Smith & G Perrin                    24  -  14
    G Hornsey, M Skinner, C Wellard & A Nichols     20  -  13
    T Stockley, B Law, C Thompson & W Pate          14  -  16
  4. on Thursday 6th Aug, 2015, all day.
    Stunt, tumble, jump & dance! Open to all ages and abilities, whether you are new to cheerleading and want to try a new sport, or want to perfect your cheerleading skills, join us!
  5. from Friday 7th Aug, 2015 - Tuesday 7th Jul, 2015
    Join us for a day filled with dance! Enjoy your favourite dance classes and learn new styles! Plus, games, competitions and more!
  6. on Thursday 30th Jul, 2015, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    Thursday 30 July 7.30pm at West Ashling Village Hall, PO18 8DN
    Our AGM, plus entertainment (?).
  7. on Tuesday 14th Jul, 2015, 7:45pm - 10:00pm
    Open audition for Edward Bond's play to be performed 24–28 November, 2015. At West Ashling Village Hall, PO18 8DN. We welcome actors and backstage helpers to this audition. See more at our website.


  10. A party of 28 members and friends of SFAC thoroughly enjoyed our clubs outing to Hazel Cottage in Armathwaite, the home of David Rylands and John Thexton.

    Our coach left Sunderland in the morning and visited Brocksbushes Farm Shop and Tea Rooms in Corbridge for refreshments.  From there we travelled to Armathwaite for lunch at the Fox and Pheasant.  The buffet lunch was excellent value and being able to sit outside in glorious sunshine to enjoy it was a real bonus.

    However without doubt, the best part of the day was our visit to the gardens at Hazel Cottage.  The group had a peaceful and relaxing walk around the gardens, being shown all the plants.  We were then treated to tea and cakes before watching a lovely flower demonstration in the barn.

    The journey was scenic and our driver for the day, Ian, gave us a very smooth ride.

    We are already looking forward to a return visit!

  11. on Monday 24th Aug, 2015, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
    Club competition open to all members (club/social or league).

    4 bowl pairs - pairs to be drawn on the day so a good event for new bowlers.
  12. on Friday 21st Aug, 2015, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
    Ern Lamming 2 bowl singles at roving jack.
  13. Tonight was the semi final and final of the Singles Competition.

    The first semi final was between Lynda Nurden of the CLC B and our League Secretary Sheila Freeman of the Lord Hood. Both ladies played well, but the doubles, as ever, made all the difference and Lynda won 2-0 to get to the final.

    The second semi final was a re-run of last years final, with myself, Mary Cusack, playing my big sister Linda Emerton. The all Star & Garter B match ended with me winning 2-1, but only because Linda couldn't finish the last leg and let me in.

    The final started off well with some high scoring and quick finishing and was wrapped up in about 10 minutes flat. I beat Lynda 3-1 and retained my singles title for the first time in many years.

    Thanks go to Barry Sweet's lovely wife Naomi for calling the first semi-final and to Ian and Angy Chapple for chalking and calling the second semi final and the final itself. 

    See you all next week for our last competitions of 2015!

  14. We are taking a short summer break from Monday 27th July to Friday 7th August, inclusive.

    We will be back to training as normal on Monday 10th August 2015.

    Enjoy the break - and come back KICKING!!!!!


  15. on Saturday 29th Aug, 2015, all day.
    Garth Park evening
  16. on Sunday 12th Jul, 2015, all day.
    Causeway, Market Square and Garth Park
  17. on Saturday 8th Aug, 2015, all day.
    Garth Park day and evening
  18. on Wednesday 5th Aug, 2015, all day.
    Garth Park day time
  19. on Saturday 18th Jul, 2015, all day.
    Garth Park evening
  20. on Thursday 9th Jul, 2015, all day.
    The Willows, Chapel Street
  21. On Wednesday 24th June we received our Ice allocation from Stirling and were disappointed to find that, despite again pointing out to them our preferred night was Monday, we were given mostly Fridays.
    The full allocation was:
    Friday 15, Monday 7, Wednesday 1, Thursday 1.  
    18:15 – 20:15 12, 20:30 – 22:30 11, 21:55 – 23:55 1
    Aware of the difficulties in past seasons of putting teams on the ice on a Friday and, after canvassing the views of as many of the committee and skips as we could  and some ordinary members, alternative ice was sought from the local rinks. The outcome was:
    Stirling: Would need to await the returns from other clubs to see what allocation was not taken up, felt that it would be very unlikely that blocks of 3 sheets would be available.
    Murrayfield: Did have ice available, although unfortunately it was all late sessions. (Would be prepared to keep the rink open some nights if we took three sheets)
    Kinross: Despite various attempts unable to contact.
    As we only have until Saturday 4th July to reply to Stirling the committee met on Friday 26th to consider our response.
    After much debate and comparison of the Stirling Ice allocation and the Murrayfield availability, where we found 11 suitable dates, a decision was taken to move the Henderson League and the opening round of the Teind Barn KO to Murrayfield and play all remaining games in Stirling. By doing this we reduce the number of Fridays to 4. (This includes the Points which only requires 2 sheets. We are currently talking to Stirling to have this moved)
    The revised allocation will therefore be:
    Friday 4, Monday 12, Wednesday 5, Thursday 3
    18:15 – 20:15 5, 20:30 – 22:30 7, 21:30 – 23:30 11, 21:55 – 23:55 1
    We are sure you will be as disappointed with the allocation received from Stirling as we were and hope you understand and support our decision to take ice at Murrayfield.
    A full fixture list will be issued in due course

  22. on Tuesday 30th Jun, 2015, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    A summer basketball training session for children aged 11-15 years. FOCUSING on shooting, ball handling and tactical gameplay. ALL abilities welcome. Based at Burgess Hill for Girls School, Keymer Road
  23. on Saturday 18th Jul, 2015, all day.
    Come and Join our new Rock n Roll night at Longford social Club Cannock where we’ll be bring you the very best of live artist Garry singing the best rock and n roll songs live to hear and DJ keeping your toes taping with a large dance floor for those feel the urge to dance all 50’s music include swing jive jabbering we will be playing so come and join us and have a good time in Cannock
  24. from Saturday 11th Jul, 2015 - Sunday 12th Jul, 2015
    Top DJ Vince is hosting a night of quality soul. If you’re a lover of R ‘n’ B old or new he will be playing the sweetest modern mid – tempo soul, along with more up- tempo vocal soul house. Lovers of 80’s jazz funk and 90’s two steppers will hear their favourite tunes to. Jazz dancers this will be a great night for you to ‘bust’ some moves as well!!!
    So if you are tired of the dreary old, overly played pop tunes and can’t wait for something different. This is your night. See you there
    Saturday 11th July
    Irish Mbassy Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1EQ.
    Doors open 8pm FREE entry till 9pm
    £3.00 before 10.30pm £5 after
    Dancing till 3am

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