|RONALDO SHIRT WINNER||Posted: 22 July 2012 3:59:27 GMT|
Congratulations to Seb who plays in the U11's, he is the lucky winner of the signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt. The Club made £425, thanks to all those who bought squares and to Neil for getting the shirt.
|6 HORMEAD HARES PLAYERS IN THE WHEELBARROW RACE||Posted: 30 June 2012 23:01:04 GMT|
Well done to the Hormead Hares players who took part in the Braughing Wheelbarrow race.
|Braughing Wheelbarrow Race||Posted: 23 June 2012 2:46:13 GMT|
THIS IS THE 48TH ANNUAL BRAUGHING WHEELBARROW RACE
How about starting your pre season training with a
Open from age 6 upwards
an entry form can be downloaded by clicking here
Beat the Goalie courtesy of HHFC
If you would like any further information on the event
please contact the Organisation Team on:
|10 YEARS SERVICE||Posted: 16 June 2012 23:15:44 GMT|
|AWARD WINNERS||Posted: 11 June 2012 3:36:03 GMT|
|PRESENTATIONS||Posted: 3 June 2012 15:45:09 GMT|
This years Presentations will be held at Barkway Village Hall, day and time below. There will be a licensed bar from 11.00am at all of the sessions, as well as sweets and soft drinks. As usual we will be doing a raffle at each session, so the donation of a prize will be gratefully received, please bring these with you to your Presentation. Next seasons Registration forms will be available for you to collect.
We have been donated a signed and framed Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid shirt and squares will be on sale at the Presentations for £3 for one or £5 for two squares.
Saturday 9th June
10.30a.m. – U7 & U8
1.00p.m - U12, U15 & U16
Sunday 10th June
11.00a.m. – Academy, U10 & U14 Girls
2.00p.m – U12 Girls & U9
4.00p.m – U14, U17
|WINNERS||Posted: 27 May 2012 20:29:58 GMT|
CONGRATULATIONS & WELL DONE:
to the U10's for winning their division losing just 3 games, drawing 2 and winning 13.
and the U9's who have won the RCYFL league cup by being unbeaten throughout the competition.
|EASTER SOCCER SCHOOL||Posted: 22 May 2012 15:58:42 GMT|
We held another successful Soccer School over Easter, thanks to all the Coaches and helpers
who gave up their time and to the children for being well behaved and making it such fun.
|U18 REACH CUP FINAL||Posted: 27 April 2012 15:18:02 GMT|
U18 CUP FINAL
HORMEAD HARES U18'S V BALDOCK TOWN YOUTH
THURSDAY 10TH MAY, ROYSTON TOWN F.C. KO 7.45PM
There is a car park in King James's Way (3 minute walk from ground) and a few parking spaces along Garden Walk (please make sure driveways are not blocked) for players and supporters of both clubs.
Parking in the ground is restricted on the evening of the under 18 cup final.
A marquee has been erected at the far side of the club house so in ground parking on the evening has to be restricted to committee members, match officials and 2 cars per club.
|GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL SET FOR ROLLING SUBS TRIAL||Posted: 11 April 2012 2:01:22 GMT|
Things looking up for subs?
Rolling substitutions could be a feature in all UK grassroots football matches from next season, following a ruling by football’s law makers recently.
The International Football Association Board (IFAB), who set the official Laws of the Game, have approved a two-year experiment by the four UK home nations to modify the number of substitutions allowed in the amateur game.
The law change means that repeat substitutions could become a feature of all youth and amateur adult football matches from next season.
Statement from Nick Perchard (Chief Executive Officer) Hertfordshire FA
Over the past three years the Hertfordshire FA has been lobbying on behalf of our member clubs and leagues for the introduction of repeated substitutions at all levels of the grassroots game.
In March, the FA successfully persuaded FIFA to allow repeated substitutions in all leagues outside of the National League System. This means that from the 2012/13 season teams at under 17, under 18 and adult level (below Step 7) will be able to substitute players on and off as many times as they like during the game.
It is our view that this will help to ensure that players receive more match time and should lead to more people staying in the game. Ultimately we are hopeful that this change will help us in our aim of increasing the number of 11-a-side teams playing football in Hertfordshire.
Currently 11-a-side rules in open age football and the older youth football age groups allow a maximum of five substitutes to be named, with three allowed to be used, meaning that in parks and playing fields across the country each week some amateur footballers do not even get on to the field of play.