GALA Fairy dean Rovers have extended their award-winning neighborhood engagement program by formally taking control of the running of the Borders Disability Football Squad.
The group was set up two years earlier by Alan Oliver, Sport Development Officer at Border Sport and Leisure Trust.
Alan formally handed over the running of the team to Gala Fairy dean Rovers last week. The Netherdale club have actually selected Terry Patterson as head coach and he will be aided by his kid Tommy and Callum Malone.
The team which consists of players from across the Borders will now officially end up being a part of the Netherdale club joining the effective Walking Football team and Junior, Youth and Girls sections. Find more related topic here at va notice of disagreement sample letter.
The team are currently sitting top of the National Division 2 League table after a wonderful season so far.
Head Coach Terry told us: I am pleased to be involved with training such an excellent group of players.
” I am also incredibly grateful for all the hard-work undertaken by Alan Oliver in establishing and nurturing the team.
” I only agreed to do take the reins if the team received the same kind of kit, tracksuits and training gear as the other sides under the GFR umbrella. “Luckily, chairman Kevin Temple, secretary Graeme McIver and the committee of Gala Fairy dean Rovers sing from the very same hymn sheet as myself and the Disability Football Squad will be fully incorporated into the main club.”
The team train on a Thursday night at Netherdale between 6pm and 7pm.