Monday, 3 January 2011

Fulbourn Institute Football Club

click to go to Fulbourn Institute Football Club homepage
As the year begins, the 1st Team are handily placed second behind the leaders Lakenheath in the Kershaw Premier League.

There has been a change in management with Ibby Abutarboush and Neil Elsom taking over as joint player managers from Chris Tovey, who still remains with the Club.

The Reserves are also well placed in their first season in Kershaw Premier B, having won their first five matches only to have a small blip, but they are a young side with great potential and are currently in fifth position.

The A team have suffered from injuries and lack of a settled team, which is why they are struggling in B1S Division 3A.

For those of you who are new to the village or would like to play locally and would like to join the Club, training takes place on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm-9.00pm on Fulbourn click to go to MAGPAS' homepageRecreation Ground Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA).

On Saturday 12 February at 7.00pm the Football Club are holding a Race Night. Proceeds will be shared between MAGPAS and Fulbourn Institute Football Club. Anthony Peachey will be organising the event, which will be held in memory of his brother Bernie, who would have been 50 on 8 February 2011. Bernie, a former Fulbourn player and later to become a respected referee, was tragically killed in a car accident on 15 January 2000.

click to go to Fulbourn Institute Football Club HomepageDon't forget to put the date in your diary - come along and have a great evening.
Dick Drage,
Fulbourn Institute Football Club

Click to read match reports on Fulbourn Institute Football Club Blog

If you wish to make any enquiries about this post, please email and I will forward the emails - Ed.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for your support, by attending the event you really will help to save lives! Kindest regards everyone from Magpas