And the winners are… Supporters Trust 6-a-side tournament results !

RESULTS FROM GLOUCESTER CITY AFC SUPPORTERS TRUST TOURNAMENT 23 JUNE 2013

Thanks to Tim Clark for stats.

 

Group 1 Results

EVOLUTION 1 MINGLESBOROUGH 1

LONGS LEGIONS 2 HALF TIME LAMBERTS 2

LONGS LEGIONS 1 MINGLEBOROUGH 1

EVOLUTION 3 HALF TIME LAMBERTS 0

MINGLESBOROUGH 0 HALF TIME LAMBERTS 2

EVOLUTION 4 LONGS LEGIONS 0

 

Group 1 League Table

1. Evolution

2. Half Time Lamberts

3. Long Legions

4. Mingleborough

 

Group 2 Results

SUB STANDARD LIEGE 0 BROCKWORTH 6

OAP FC’S 0 KITTO’S 3

SUB STANDARD LIEGE 1 OAP FC’S 2

SUB STANDARD LIEGE 0 KITTO’S 3

BROCKWORTH 3 KITTO’S 0

OAP FC’S 0 BROCKWORTH 5

 

Group 2 League Table

1. Brockworth

2. Kitto’s

3. OAP FC

4. Sub Standard Liege

 

Group 3 Results

BORIS’ BABES 4 TIGERMATTYS 1

DUNGAS DUNGAREES 1 GLADFANS 0

BORIS’ BABES 5 DUNGAS DUNGAREES 3

BORIS’ BABES 2 GLADFANS 0

TIGERMATTYS 2 GLADFANS 2

DUNGAS DUNGAREES 0 TIGERMATTYS 1

 

Group 3 League Table

1. Boris’ Babes

2. TigerMattys

3. Dungas Dungarees

4. Gladfans

 

FINAL

BROCKWORTH 6-0 Boris’ Babes

 

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Well done to Brockworth on taking home the trophy.

 A massive thank you to Chris Warrior for organising the event, Dave Jones for providing & selling refreshments to raise funds and to ALL of the players that took part.

The tournament raised an amazing £331.50 for the supporters trust, to continue our work with the first team, youth teams and community projects.

Keep a look out for our next tournament and further trust events taking place through-out the year.

Now everyone go and have a shower and well earned rest !

 

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Supporters Trust 6-a-side Cup Draw !

Draw master Chris Warrior has completed the draw for the group stages of this sundays Supporters Trust 6-a-side tournament !

Thank you to all the teams and players that have signed up to play and support the trust.

 

FIXTURES

GROUP1
1. Evolution
2. Minglesborough
3. Longs Legions
4. Half Time Lamberts

GROUP2
1. Sub Standard Liege
2. FC TBC
3. OAP FC’s
4. Kitto’s

GROUP3
1. Boris’ Babes
2. Dungas Dungarees
3. TigerMattys
4. Gladfans

 

MATCH RULES
The 2 winners of their respective league with the highest points/GD wil then play in the final.
The 3rd league winner (less points/GD than the other two) and the highest placed 2nd team will fight it out for the 3rd v 4th play off
Each game is 20 mins in length. So everyone will play 60 mins, potentially more if you make it through.
As many subs as you want, but each player must pay £5. Rolling subs.
Over head height is fine.
Ball goes out its a kick in, corners apply.
Players can go into the keepers box, but can only score whilst in there via a header.

Kick off is 12:00 at Brockworth Sports Centre. If your not playing come on down and support the teams !!

GOOD LUCK !

Trust board members meet with club to seek assurances

Yesterday evening (19th June), Chairman of Gloucester City Supporters Trust Lee Mills and Vice Chairman Matt Bowman, met with the executive commitee of Gloucester City Football Club in light of the recent news that a potential investor in the football club had withdrawn their interest.

Following the meeting Mills was positive that the club would be playing at their current level in the forthcoming season; “the budget was thoroughly looked at and myself and Matt are happy that come August we will be in a position to fufil our first fixture with a team that will compete in The Conference North which is the first and most pressing concern for all supporters. It is disapointing that an individual has decided for their own reasons not to invest as it would have given the club and it’s supporters a massive boost. We looked at all aspects of the club and where savings could be made or additional revenue gaines and there was approval from everyone around the table on the way forward”

The supporters trust recently passed the milestone of raising half a million pounds, but Mills was keen to stress that the club cannot rely on supporters to find the potential shortfall of money in the coming season. “Last season the trust contributed directly and indirectly to the tune of over £23,000 to the football club” Mills continued, “we have said to the executive commitee that we hope to contribute a similar figure this season, hopefully more, but we will not be going cap in hand to our members. Any additional contributions would be welcome but must be voluntarily given. The current debt isn’t huge and the owners of the club, who to their credit, have said he will write that debt off, should do so as quickly possible without further conditions being placed on those who wish to contribute to the future of the football club”

The club currently find themselves without a home ground after 6 years and Mills is keen to stress that the owners of the club need to deliver on their promises quickly to resolve this situation. “The owners of the football have had the opportunity to bring us home for 6 years but from the information I know we are closer than ever to having permission granted for a new ground. It is vital to the survival of the club that this situation is resolved quickly and I would like to be here in two months time with a clear direction home. If there isn’t we may have cause to review our position.”

The executive commitee of the football and the supporters trust work closely together and this relationship will continue as Mills was keen to point out; “we have a good line of communication with those running the football club and we have no problem whatsoever with how the current situation is being handled and I personally thank Nigel Hughes for his hard work and our consultant Colin Peake on his advice and willingness to try and bring this all together. We talk regularly and I know I can pick the phone at any time and speak with them.”

Finally Mills called on fans to continue to support the team despite the recent financial troubles. “Nobody is happy with the situation we currently find ourselves in financially, but we are all football fans because we like to watch good football. Boris has put together a fantasitc squad that can make a real impact this year and we all need to get behind those lads when the season kicks off”.

For more information contact Lee Mills at lee.e.mills@gmail.com

Boris’ Babes to Battle Supporters in 6-a-side Tournament

This Sunday; supporters, management and former players will battle it out on the football pitch to raise money for Gloucester City Supporters Trust.

The annual Supporters Trust 6-a-side tournament, held at Brockworth Sports Centre, will feature supporters teams as well as a team managed by Gloucester City manager and former Bristol Rovers legend David Mehew. ‘Boris’ Babes’ will feature members of the Gloucester City coaching team and former players.

The tournament, which includes a record entry of 12 sides, will kick off at 12pm with all proceeds going to Gloucester City Supporters Trust.

Sportfest Weekend 13th and 14th July

Gloucester City Supporters Trust and Gloucester Football Revolution are teaming up to promote the football club and it’s community scheme at Sportsfest 2013, held at Walls Club in Barnwood on 13th and 14th July from 10am to 6pm

Sports Fest 2013 sponsored by EDF Energy will be the 2nd annual sports festival and is dedicated to celebrating and promoting Gloucestershire’s sports & activities. We had almost 2,000 visitors in the first year’s event, hopefully from all the great comments, feedback and support we should be able to make it a bigger success this year!

Please put the dates of Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July in your diaries and come join the fun! There is something for everyone and a great family dayout with no entrance fee, over 50 different sports & activities to try, watch & enjoy. You can buy healthy refreshments at the event on a hot Summer’s Weekend of Sport with almost all activities free to have a go at. Hope to see you there!