Paul Daw, Saffron Walden Town FC

It is with very great sadness that Saffron Walden Town Football Club announces the death of its President, Paul Daw.  Paul had been unwell for some time and died on Saturday 25 March, while visiting relatives in the Lake District.  He had been associated with Saffron Walden Town for over 50 years both as a player and official, having been Club Secretary for many years.  At the time of his death Paul was Club President and a member of the Board. He will be sorely missed by colleagues, players and supporters.  Everyone sends sincere condolences to wife Marguerite and other family members.

Cup Fever Starts This Friday

The first of the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League Cups will be hotly contested this Friday (31 March) between Stanway Rovers Reserves and Walsham Le Willows Reserves as they play for the Chell Trophy.  Kick off is 7:30pm at Diss Town Football Club (IP22 4QP) so come along and support the teams!

Following Friday’s match we have a Champions Cup presentation taking place at Stanway Rovers Football Club on Saturday 8 April as they are the first team of this season to have successfully reached the top of the table and can’t now be caught.  Hopefully all Stanway Rovers Reserves supporters and the wider community will be at the ground to join the ‘party’!

The next Cup competition will be on Bank Holiday Monday 1 May when Mildenhall Town and Newmarket Town will play for the Challenge Cup.  Kick off is 3pm at Diss Town Football Club.

Then we have the Division One Knock Out Cup Final between Kings Lynn Town Reserves and Wisbech St Marys on Friday 5th May but this time we’ll be at Dereham Town Football Club with a 7:45pm kick off time.

Come along and support all the teams in our League as they play in these Cup matches and provide a great advert for Thurlow Nunn football in East Anglia!

Stowmarket Town Win December/January’s Performance Award

ECL Chairman Peter Hutchings along with Thurlow Nunn’s Divisional Used Car Manager Matt Grimmer presented  Stowmarket Town’s Chairman Neil Sharp with the Performance Award for the months of December and January.  The award is presented to the team with the best average points per game over the period and is sponsored by Thurlow Nunn.  As well as the presentation plate Stowmarket were given a cheque for £150 and able to nominate a charity to receive another cheque for £100.

 

The club’s chosen charity is the “George Woodward Fund”.  George is a very special little lad, who has been diagnosed with a serious spinal disorder – SMA Type 2 affects motor neurons in the spinal cord, eventually leading to severe disability.  George will need a seemingly endless list of specialist equipment throughout his life.  The player accepting the cheque on behalf of the charity is Scott Marjoram, who is George’s uncle.