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Angle of the North

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York promoted to National League
« on: May 21, 2022, 05:02:00 PM »
NLN play off final
York 2  Boston 0

Mallard

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2022, 06:05:02 PM »
Local Derby at the new Boston ground next season.

Interesting in the National League South Dorking Wanderers won the play offs to the National League.   Not bad for a club who formed In 1999.  They started life in The Crawley and District League.

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2022, 08:03:11 PM »
Local Derby at the new Boston ground next season.

Interesting in the National League South Dorking Wanderers won the play offs to the National League.   Not bad for a club who formed In 1999.  They started life in The Crawley and District League.

Could Heacham be the next Dorking Wandererís. Over too you Chilly.

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2022, 08:15:33 PM »
Worth a read.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/11/real-life-championship-manager-rise-dorking-wanderers


Lots of interesting comments in the article. As an example:  "We mustnít ever sell out, and put success above sustainability".
The kind of man who wants others to adopt and enforce his ideas, is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic.

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2022, 11:46:18 AM »
Local Derby at the new Boston ground next season.

Interesting in the National League South Dorking Wanderers won the play offs to the National League.   Not bad for a club who formed In 1999.  They started life in The Crawley and District League.

Could Heacham be the next Dorking Wandererís. Over too you Chilly.


Who knows Dazza. At least we have a team all pulling in the same direction whether it is matchday, commercial etc etc.
Season doesn't end till next Saturday with the Reserves playing Watlington in the final of the Graver Cup at Heacham FC.
Then the hard work really starts with the ground improvements ready for life in the Thurlow Nunn. All is in hand at this point in time.
Huge presentation night next saturday at The Pavilion at Heacham Manor, all welcome then the sold out Sportsmans Dinner with Ray Parlour and Comedian followed by the Heacham Golf Day on August the 26th again already sold out.
The future is bright, the future is Heacham FC.

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2022, 06:09:01 PM »
Local Derby at the new Boston ground next season.

Interesting in the National League South Dorking Wanderers won the play offs to the National League.   Not bad for a club who formed In 1999.  They started life in The Crawley and District League.

Could Heacham be the next Dorking Wandererís. Over too you Chilly.


Who knows Dazza. At least we have a team all pulling in the same direction whether it is matchday, commercial etc etc.
Season doesn't end till next Saturday with the Reserves playing Watlington in the final of the Graver Cup at Heacham FC.
Then the hard work really starts with the ground improvements ready for life in the Thurlow Nunn. All is in hand at this point in time.
Huge presentation night next saturday at The Pavilion at Heacham Manor, all welcome then the sold out Sportsmans Dinner with Ray Parlour and Comedian followed by the Heacham Golf Day on August the 26th again already sold out.
The future is bright, the future is Heacham FC.

Iím loving it Gordon, with yourself and Graeme on board over at Heacham and what seems from the outside too be a band of loyal helpers, you all deserve a great deal of praise and good fortune. The whole set up there seems to be heading in the right direction..

Gordon Chilvers

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Re: York promoted to National League
« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2022, 08:21:44 PM »
Thanks Dazza, Yes myself and Graham are enjoying the nice smooth ride at Heacham and hopefully for at least the next 3 seasons we can continue the ride. The committee and great volunteer group are a pleasure to work with.
Full house presentation night to look forward to on saturday and then on June 17th a sold out evening with Ray Parlour the Romford Pele.
So much more to do but the foundations are in place.

 

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