6th May 2004 - Raffle Results (Apologies for delay)
|1st HOLIDAY IN TURKEY||MR BROWN|
|2nd MOUNTAIN BIKE ||PAUL LARNER|
|3rd DVD PLAYER ||ANDY HUDSON|
|4th WFC IN THE COMMUNITY ||MATT CLARKE|
|5th SARACEN RUGBY TICKETS ||PALESA|
|6th £20.00 MEAL VOUCHER ||MRS TIBBLES|
|7th COLOSSEUM TICKETS ||TANYA CARROLL|
|8th BOWLING VOUCHER ||MATT GREEN|
|9th SLIVER BLADE VOUCHER ||ANDY SMITH|
|10th AQUA SPLASH VOUCHER ||MR SCHMID|
|11th BOXED BOTTLE OF PORT ||CONOR|
|12th BOTTLE OF PORT ||D.SHELDON|
|13th BOTTLE OF RED WINE ||MRS ROBINSON|
|14th BOTTLE OF WHITE WINE ||NEIL DORMER|
|15th BOTTLE OF BUCKS FIZZ||LING|
|16th PESTLE + MORTAR SET ||MR GORNALIES|
|17th CANDLE SET ||MR J COTTON|
|18th EGG CUPS||LAURA MC GARRY|
|19th SHOT GLASSES ||MRS TIBBLES|
|20th ADSHEL HOLDALL||ARCHIE MC MOHON|
|21st ALARM CLOCK ||G.WILLIAMS|
|22nd BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE||ROY WARD|
|23rd BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE||KAREN EVANS|
|24th BOX OF CHOCOLATES||D J HARWOOD|
|25th BOX OF CHOCOLATES ||G.COTTON|
|26th BOX OF CHOCOLATES ||J.CLARE|
|27th GIFT SET ||T.CALLY|
|28th TUDOR MEAL VOUCHER ||KAREN COOK|
4th May 2004 - U9 Final
Hadley Rangers 1 - 0 NWR (aet)
Nascotwood Rangers narrowly lost the Challenge Cup Final to a very strong Hadley team 1 - 0 after extra time. The goal, which was an unstoppable deflection, came in the last minute. However, Nascotwood were really unlucky not to have scored, and in fact both goalkeeper had to bring out the best of their abilities to keep the opposition from scoring. Nascotwood showed character and resilience, battling to the last. Well done guys, you are all a credit to the club. (Graham Willerton)
29th April 2004 - U9 Final & Championship - Call to arms from Lol Wright
Our Boys have won the league, Jointly at this stage with Edmonton Lionhearts, and our Cup Final Is Sunday 2nd May at Sun Postal Ground, Bellmountwood Avenue. K/O is 11.10am.
We are currently working on making flags for the cars and will be leaving in procession from Radlett Road training pitch at approx 9.45am. (Watch out St Albans Road!!!) We are hoping to have a fun day, and my team will not go down without a fight, as you all witnessed in the Semi Finals........Man of the match for that game by the way was our Keeper Jake Tommey. Regards Lol.......
27th April 2004 - New Constitution
As part of the Clubs drive for Charter Status at the AGM on 26th April 2004 a new Constitution was adopted. This includes new positions for Club Officers. It also includes the drive to formally sign on all players as members of the Club, amongst other changes. The new constitution can be viewed on its own page reached through this link. CONSTITUTION
27th April 2004 - U12B Final
21st April 2004 - U7's First Game
20th April 2004 - Managers Put Through Paces
Under 14's Watford Quarters
The Under 14's went out of the Watford Half Time Penalty Shoot Quarter Finals 4-3 to Chorleywood. Robert West's first hit the bar and bounced agonizingly close to the line. Sam Colbeck struck neatly. Tony Delaney calmly stoked home into the corner. Phil Thomas then went painfully close (some say aiming for his Mum in the crowd)! Then Alex Johnson struck the final goal. Martin Richardson in goal made one stunning save but was powerless with the remaining 4, all of which were struck well. Unlucky lads, well done to all the supporters who came down to cheer them on. Thanks.
New Referees Association Website
(South West Herts Ref Assoc)
Warning for those who use Queens School
Over that past couple of weeks, vehicles have been broken into at the school. The other week, Stuart Bushell, the Royals managers had items stolen from his car, and unfortunately, this week was no different, with a number of cars being broken into, some right outside the caretakers house.
If you do use Queens , donít leave property on show in your vehicle, and ensure your alarm is set.
The new Under 7's started training on Saturday. With new Club Youth Development Officer, Neil Dormer, Matt Clarke (Vice Chairman) and Matt Morey (Coach) Nascot's newest team were put through their strides.
Any boys or girls (in Years 1 and 2) interested in coming down to join should contact Graham Willerton (07751113173). Neil can be contacted by clicking on this link
Otherwise join them at Radlett Road playing fields at 10am on Saturday mornings.
(See our Youth Development Page. As the Under 7's progress we will add their own page to this site)
Nascot Wood Rangers has appointed Neil Dormer as Youth Development Officer.
Neil Dormer -Youth Development Officer (Right), Matt Clarke -Vice Chairman (Centre) and Matt Morey- Coach
Neil's roles is to coordinate and oversee all aspects of developing our players skills and behaviours whilst at the Club. Neil's initial role focuses on the training and development of our youngest group of players. Working with Club Vice Chairman Matt Clarke and Mat (Parent), training has started well. See our Youth Development Page for further news.
NWR are extremely proud to have been selected by Awards for All.
Awards for All is a Lottery grants scheme aimed at local communities and is targeted at generating financial support for social and community based organisations in fulfilling their aims and objectives. Nascot Wood Rangers has been awarded £4,699.00 to strengthen the club's capability to accept new players/helpers and set up new teams and start them playing in friendlies and league competition equipped with skills through expert coaching.
This means that we can invest in new training equipment, football kits over the next year for our newest teams. As well as this, we will be investing this money into professional training support for our players and particularly focusing on youth development activities.
- Club gets full History from Ken & Ray
Founder Ken Dixon has provided a very interesting insight into the Club's history during an interview with Pieter. Joined by Ray Goodricke and wife Christel, their account of the early days is certainly entertaining. See the History pages for the full story and see where it all started.
Ray Goodricke (Founding Member) and Ken Dixon (Founder Member) of Nascot Wood Rangers