ALL ARCHIVED ARTICLES FROM PREVIOUS SEASONS
AT LAST! A NEW SEASON IS UPON US
OUR FIRST TRAINING SESSION IS AT 1030 ON SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WORCESTER 3G ASTRO. HOPE TO SEE ALL OUR PLAYERS THERE!
2016 Season End
Our teams ended up 5th, 9th and 11th in the Three Counties Ability Counts League. This is our least successful season and we will be training hard to give ourselves better opportunities next season. It should be noted that some new teams entered the League and they started at a much higher skill level, so we need to catch up.
The CLUB is very proud of the effort and spirit shown by ALL our players and they have been an excellent example to everyone they meet.
We also owe a great big thank you to Steve, Jake, Greig , George and Trevor for the great coaching and support they have given to the senior teams this season. Thanks Guys!
Our junior teams have been wonderfully looked after by Laura and her team of coaches, Ryan, Sam , David and Darren. We could not do it without you all, Thank You. From Derek.
WELL DONE WDFC!
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NEW CLUB MEMBERS NEEDED!
To support our efforts to develop the THREE COUNTIES LEAGUE we need lots more players with special needs to join our club or form their own club. We can offer all the help needed to form a new club or we can simply act as a 'parent' club to get you going. If you would like to join our club then email us firstname.lastname@example.org
2015-16 SEASON IS FINISHED
GREAT NEWS! The parents of one of our junior team players have very generously donated a new team strip for our juniors. Thank You Very Much Mr and Mrs Hewitt!.
At our last training session on Sunday 24 May we sadly said goodbye to Ryan our Senior Coach who has been with us for most of this season. Ryan is moving on to a new job having completed his degree studies at the University of Worcester. We send him a sincere wish for success in his future career. The final job he had to do was to nominate the player who he considered to be the Best Team Player to receive the Ian Dymock Shield for the first time. This year the award goes to Joshua S as he has shown every good quality of attendance and cooperation as a valuable member of our team. Well Done Josh!
We also recognised two more of our most stalwart players. Joe W and Mark C. Joe is our top goal scorer at the moment but he can be sure others are chasing his score rapidly. But hopefully he will keep on scoring! Over to you Joe!
We also said a big thank you to Mark C who has been with us for many years and is always thinking up good ideas to help the club. He has made great efforts to help Captain one of our Senior teams and is always ready to support his team mates. Keep up the good work Mark!
Our Club vice-Chair Derek has been elected to the Worcestershire Football Association Council and now sits on the WFA Development Committee representing the needs of Disability Football in the county. He is working closely with Ollie Williams the WFA development officer for disabilty to design a programme to bring more players to the game and build numbers that will ensure a sustainable future.
Derek is also on the managing committee of the Three Counties Ability Counts League which is also working to build numbers taking part in disability football across Herefordshire, Shropshire and of course Worcestershire.
On 7 August 2014, we made a presentation to the Directors of PROCESS EVOLUTION Ltd outlining the history, aims and aspirations for our Club. Following the presentation, the PROCESS EVOLUTION team made a magnificent donation towards the Club's running costs. This donation represents a large part of our routine expenses in administering the Club and, as could be seen from our last set of accounts, is an essential input that will allow us to keep providing opportunities to play the beautiful game to all those with some form of disability in Worcestershire. Thank you Peter, Rob and Mark of PROCESS EVOLUTION.
THANK YOU for the Generous donation from Ian Dymock Trust
In June 2014 we received a very generous donation from the widow of Ian Dymock who looks after a trust in his name that supports young people in Worcestershire. Mrs Dymock, assisted by Anthony Langford, attended Perdiswell Youth Centre to present a cheque and a trophy shield. The shield will be presented to the 'Best Team Player' next season. We are very grateful.
OUR NEW STRIP FOR 2014
The Junior Team elements of this new kit has been supplied through a generous donation from the Malvern Lions and the IAN DYMOCK TRUST. We have also gained some funding to support the development of an U16 squad from Worcestershire Football Association. Thanks to ALL for this excellent support.
IF YOU OR YOUR EMPLOYER WOULD LIKE TO OFFER OUR CLUB ANY SPONSORSHIP PLEASE CONTACT US NOW.
IS WAITING FOR YOUR CALL!
WE EXPECT TO HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO TAKE PART IN COMPETITIVE MATCHES EACH MONTH, DURING THE FOOTBALL SEASON.
ALSO, ON EVERY WEEKEND WE WILL BE TRAINING AT HOME AT UNIVERSITY OF WORCESTER'S 3G ASTROTURF, WORCESTER. SUNDAY MORNINGS, 1030 till 1200.
ANYONE WISHING TO SEE HOW WE PLAY AND TRAIN IS WELCOME TO ATTEND ANY OF OUR TRAINING SESSIONS.
IF YOU GIVE US SOME NOTICE, YOU ARE ALSO WELCOME TO COME ALONG AND SUPPORT OUR TEAMS AT ANY OF THE ABILITY COUNTS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENTS.
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