The June Snowball draw was made on Thursday night at the Trust Board meeting and the winner of the £214.50 first prize is number 28, whilst the winner of the £107.25 second prize is number 140. Both prizewinners will be contacted by post in the next few days. The July draw will be made at the AGM on 10th July.
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The supporters trust have now received all the sponsorship money from the walk to Harrow that took place on Easter Monday and are delighted to announce that the total raised is £2460, half of which will go to St Lukes Hospice in Kenton. It is hoped that a cheque can be presented to a representative of the hospice at the beginning of next season. The trust would like to thank all those supporters that took part in the walk, as well as all those who sponsored the walkers.
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The eBay shop that being being run by the supporters trust has continued to do well during the close season and has now raised over £2700 since it opened in April 2006. The trust are always on the look out for more items to auction and sell so if you have any books, CDs, programmes, DVDs, videos or absolutely anything else that you may otherwise be throwing out, please contact Steve Rogers on firstname.lastname@example.org and collection of the items can be arranged.
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The proposed friendly at Wembley on Saturday 21st July has now been confirmed. The game will kick off at 3.00pm.
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The youth teams will be holding a trials day for prospective new players on Saturday 7th July in Clitterhouse Playing Fields behind the stadium. Prospective players should be of a high standard, and can just turn up on the day. Trials for the under 13 and under 14 teams will start at 10.00am, and the older age groups at 11.00am. The respective sessions are expected to last for approximately two hours. A reminder will be posted on the website nearer the time.
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The club are delighted to announce that all of our youth team managers have agreed to continue in their roles for the new season moving on to older age groups. Ben Schiffer-Harte and Nick McMullen will be managing the under 14 side, John Creith, assisted by sons Michael and Sean, will manage the under 15s and Kris Bhalla, assisted by Lewis Copeland, will manage the under 16s. All three teams, along with a new under 13 side, will continue to play in the Harrow Youth League on Sundays.
Eamon Finn and Graeme Bourne will be taking their team into the Middlesex County League Reserve set-up playing as Hendon "A" largely as an under 18 side, although the team may also be used to have a look at first-team trialists etc. The team will also play in the Middlesex County Youth Cup.
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