Bury Rangers FC will be recognising the accomplishments of players, coaches and everyone who supports the club on Sunday, June 9th at Hertford Theatre, Hertford.
Doors open at 9:00am with the first session starting at 10am. Full running order of all age groups listed below:
10am: Boys Under 6's, Under 7's, Under 8's
11:15am: Boys Under 9's, Under 10's, Under 15's
12:45pm: Inclusive, Boys Under 11's, Under 16's
14:00pm: Boys Under 12's, Under 13's, Under 14's
15:30pm: Girls Under 9's, Under 10's, Under 11's, Under 12's
16:45pm: Girls Under 13's, Under 14's, Under 15's, Under 16's
18:15pm: Boys Under 17's
This year, both Boys and Girls sections will join the proceedings, further establishing the club ethos of being ‘Better Together.’
There will be a short presentation from 11am by Hertfordshire Development Officer Kieran Fox on the importance of grassroots football within the community.
The Bury Shop will also be present, giving all players the opportunity to try on new kit sizes ahead of the coming season, along with the Dave Bell Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that helps bring communities together in Kenya through football. Any unwanted football kit is much appreciated, especially boots from size five to nine, so please bring this with you on the day for collection.
A memorabilia stall - Celebrity Framed Photos - selling autographed pictures of Premiership stars will also be present throughout the day.
“This season has seen the full integration of boy’s and girl’s football within Bury Rangers as a club,” said Jason Levy, Club Chair, Bury Rangers.
“As a leading FA Charter Standard Community Club it is our remit and desire to lead the way in developing talent and providing enjoyment for all children in our community.
“Preparing for season 2019-20 we can celebrate that Bury Rangers will be providing football at U6 to U18 for girls and boys to fulfil their football ambitions and journeys.
“Looking back on the season, my highlight as Club Chair has been the realisation of watching minis football played on our magnificent 3G facility with boys and girls teams competing side by side bringing not only our boys and girls’ sections together but also our community under the Bury Badge.”
"Bury Rangers Girls has seen a lot of change over the past two years, but we now have some stability with the people who are helping run the section and this has enabled us to re-establish having teams within each age group from u9’s to u18’s next season, added Jamie Southwell, Chair for Bury Girls. "This in itself is a great achievement and reflection on the club as a whole.
"We continue to be an SSE Wildcats Centre, Spurs Ladies sister club and are having initial discussions with a German football club, VFL Wittekind Wildeshausen regarding football exchange visits.
"Developing the integration of the girls section within the whole club has been fundamental to these things happening. Sharing facilities, benefitting from the relationships the club has within the community and working with the main club committee members.
"Thanks to all the coaches, parents and committee members who give up their time to make this great football club continue to thrive and provide football for all."
Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday!
Bury Rangers FC