We all know how great the children are at playing football, but now we want to see how good their creative art skills are?
As part of the 50th Anniversary we have put together a competition to design your own football badge
Simply download the template form you want to use and print this off (found on our facebook page)
• Be as creative as you like to design your own football badge
• Once completed scan or take a photo of the completed form not forgetting to add child’s name, age and parent/guardians email address
• Finally email this across to me at email@example.com
There is plenty of time to enter and closing date for the competition will be Sunday the 10th of April 2022.
We will be looking to announce the winner at some point during the Presentation evening on the 7th of May There will be a prize for the Winner of the Competition along with 2 runners up prizes Let’s get pen to paper and see how many different designs we can get !If anyone has any questions, please feel free to let me know
The Piggott 3G pitch is an artificial surface, as such, we need to look after the grounds.
Below is advice for 3G footwear: 3G Permitted footwear:
•Boots with moulded studs – see first example photo below.
•Astro trainers with rubber pimpled soles.
Not allowed on 3G
•No Boots with screw in studs
•No Blades see 2nd pic below
•No Dirty shoes.
These will not be allowed on to the surface, so if you play on moulded studs on a Saturday, boots will need cleaning before training!
Another note on blades – as a club we do not recommend these boots for the Saturday “on real turf” football either, due to some injuries observed by some of our members. Something to keep in mind when it comes to renewing them.
Also, we have in the last season had many children wearing a hybrid boots with both moulded studs and then blades on the heel. Ideally avoid these too for 3G use.”
The issue of Player Poaching, which is the practice of team mangers approaching young players from other teams and their parents directly and trying to persuade them to switch teams, is becoming increasingly widespread. More and more teams are having to fold due to their players being poached to join supposedly better teams with the promise of more facilities and better chances of winning trophies.
Twyford Comets have decided to take a stand against this and have issued a policy statement which has been adopted by the club and is now part of the club’s operating guidelines.
If you would like to read the full statement please go to the ‘About us’ section on this website.