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Whats happening in Feb

With February upon us we are starting to get to the business end of the season and both the 1st team and Under 18’s still have a serious interest, although for different reasons, in their league programmes.

The 1st team find themselves at the wrong end of the table and, whilst January gave us a lot of games at the top of the table, this month throws up a number of fixture against team around us and, with it, an opportunity to finally start to climb the table to safety. As a distraction they also have a cup fixture in the Middlesex Charity Cup.

The Under 18’s come into Feb still with the chance of repeating last seasons feat of winning every competition they entered. This month’s fixtures have produced some tough games so they will have to be at their best if they carry this ambition into March.

THIS MONTHS MATCHES

Sat 1st @ 3pm  –  1st v Camberley Town (A)

Tue 4th @ 7.45pm  –  U18 v North Greenford Utd (H)

Thu 6th @ 7.45pm  –  U18 v Abbey Rangers (A)

Tue 11th @ 7.45pm  – 1st v Guildford City (H)

Tue 11th @ 7.45pm  –  U18 v Virginia Water (H)

Sat 17th @ 3pm  –  1st v Sheerwater (A)
To be played at Woking FC

Tue 18th @ 7.45pm  – 1st v Southall (A)
Cup game to be played at Ashford Town

Wed 19th @ 7.45pm  –  U18 v North Greenford Utd (A)

Tue 25th @ 7.45pm  –  1st v CB Hounslow Utd (A)
Tue 25th @ 7.45pm  –  U18 v Hanwell Town (A)

Sat 29th @ 3pm  –  1st v Raynes Park Vale (H)

2019/20 Shirt Sponsors

Like most clubs we constantly need to raise funds in order to keep our footballing activities and facilities up to date. Sponsorship is a major way of raising these funds and, at Hanworth, we are lucky in having two loyal shirt sponsors, both of which have been supporters of the club for a number of years now.

Home Strip Sponsor – FELTHAM SERVICE CENTRE

Located at 80 Bedfont Lane, Feltham, TW14 9BP, FSC provide all the services required for getting, and keeping, your vehicle on the road.

FSC are renown locally for their excellent customer services. The complete range of services provided, including on-line booking, can be found on their website. Just click on their banner above.

Away Strip Sponsor – PANE in the GLASS

A local window, door and conservatory to meet all your glazing needs. Setup in 1992 by former Villain Matt Peake, Pane in the Glass have a showroom at 14 Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, TW15 2RY.

To arrange a quote, or to simply discuss your requirements you can call the number above, click on the banner to go to their website or why not drop into their showroom. Your guaranteed a warm welcome, and probably a cup of tea too.

New team in charge

The committee are pleased to announce the appointment of Simon Haughney (centre in picture) as manager of our 1st team, with a future remit to further develop youth football at Rectory Meadow. Simon brings with him his management team of Paul Thomas (left) and Leon Soloman (right). Paul will be Simons right hand man in managing the team and Leon will assist with coaching and an active 1st team player, as well as giving his advice on team matters.

As a youngster Simon was a talented football player. He was identified at a young age and was picked up by Crystal Palace, where he spent 6 years before being released. Simon was selected to play for Middlesex County, he went on to captain the team, where he played alongside the likes of Peter Crouch, Stephen Reid and Sam Parkin.

After dropping out of the academy set up Simon spent some time playing Non League football, making appearances for both Yeading and Staines Town under Steve Cordrey, before deciding to concentrate on developing his business.

Outside of football Simon is involved with, well football. In 2000 he established Onside Football Coaching and have an affiliation to Hampton & Richmond Borough FC Academy, coaching all 25 youth teams, working with over 350 members on a weekly basis. Onside also run coaching sessions in schools, numerous afterschool clubs, PPA sessions, multi skills clubs and breakfast clubs.

All of the boys have a very clear vision of how they believe football should be played and are very keen to introduce their methods to our sides. They take over with the team bottom of the league but they are all very confident that they can show rapid improvement in performances, and in turn see us start to climb the table.

Welcome to the Ranch boys.