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Bins

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  • Birthday February 10

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    Windsor
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    Windsor FC, Fulham
  1. Brilliantly innovative shirt design for the club and well done to everyone for getting 442 to cover the story. The uniqueness of it is just so 'Windsor', and says much about how this club is progressing in the community and wider. Thanks to Thames Motor Group for their interest and support of course. It's great to be involved with this club!
  2. Congrats to South Park for a terrific win at Harefield. Great prestige for the CCL.
  3. No, but that's the kind of response I like! With wit like this we can rise above the dross.
  4. Brief News Update - and the first item might be of interest to any supporters who enjoy plumbing and/or sewerage systems (I believe in keeping minorities interested):- 1. Work started on the sewer pipe this morning. Turns out the pipe itself is watertight, and the last repair is doing its job well. The water seepage is coming from the surrounding area (possibly just run-off down the slope of the ground as water always finds a route). Fills the hole quite fast. The Cunning Plan from me, Steve R and our accommodating builder Martin is to construct a manhole to prevent the hole collapsing aga
  5. Thanks for that JR. It certainly does - and the blocked pan in the male toilet will bear testimony to it! I should have added that one to the list, but sensitivities got the better of me! If the perpetrator had been sponsored for his efforts, we'd be making a lot of money. Instead of that, it all just went down the pan. Well, eventually it did......... Oh, the joys of non-league football.
  6. A couple of weeks further on and the updated information about the ground is:- 1. Pitch looking excellent since the topsoil mix was spread. New turf in goalmouths has taken well and is growing nicely. Ian G and George were there today cutting the pitch run-off and strimming around the ground, plus spraying some weedkiller. One has to admire their dedication in the boiling heat. One good thing from the hosepipe ban is that our water bill should be lower for this period! 2. All pitchside banners now down and bins emptied, although lots of loose debris blown around from parties in the clu
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    STAG MEADOW UPDATE

    Update on Wednesday 16th May:- Turfing done in the goalmouths by Lewis and George today.
  8. Just some minor - but important - news for those who are already missing the football action! 1. Ian Gould, Lewis and George began the pitch renovation straight after the CCL Division One Cup Final. The pitch has already been verti-drained, and had 80 tonnes of topsoil/sand/rootfeed spread on it. 2. The overall condition of the grass is very good and the only worn areas are the two goalmouths. The best solution to this will probably be to lay deep-cut turf rather than re-seeding. 3. The hosepipe ban does encompass the ground and therefore can effect pitch maintenance, but the wet w
  9. I'll add my congratulations to Guildford City for winning the league and ensuring there was a good challenge for the title over so many weeks and months. Good luck at Step 4, and I hope you enjoy better support at home - and away of course - as a reward for all your effort on the pitch. No idea where Nice Guy gets his budget figure from, but we'd appreciate the return of the rose-tinted specs. We're building for the future - although I'm sure he understands that by now - so infrastructure and support is paramount for us. Great first season nevertheless, with more to come. Sometimes the ri
  10. You sure it wasn't a typo in the first post and it's actually 'Dressing Down Day'? Mind you, that would be equally strange given this is Windsor. One simply doesn't dress-down in Windsor, does one? Also wonder if our trumpeter might put in a welcome appearance
  11. Sincere Thanks and Merry Christmas to the 3,600+ who read this enthralling and entertaining exchange of views. All that remains is to hope you all can get to the Egham game tomorrow and enjoy the atmosphere, let alone a great game. Weather looks good, pitch is fantastic, the festive Programme is will have you rolling in the aisles (or the terraces), the food is enticing and the bar is stocked up. What more could you want as a Christmas present?!
  12. The alternative was 32 one-page programmes. Strangely, there is no mention of the Spelthorne game on (a) their website, or ( the League website. Just checked the club website for 7th November fixtures and it says "there is no information for this date". In addition (and I haven't read the League Rules), Spelthorne are a Div One club and this is a Premier Challenge Cup. They've already been knocked out of the Div One Challenge Cup by Guernsey. Do Spelthorne actually know they're due at Stag Meadow on Monday night? Surely they do. Luckily, they're not too far away for a quick dash. I think
  13. Watched the Youth Team tonight under the tutelage of Mr Woodham. They looked excellent. Scored after just 28 seconds, were fast, direct, took people on, comfortable on the ball and very confident. Had to leave at halftime, but we have some VERY promising youngsters who may well benefit from being with the First Team on matchdays, and maybe get a run out if (sorry 'when') we're dominating games. Well done Mick!
  14. I understand the sentiments expressed. I'm as angry as everyone else that equipment we hired in good faith then failed to deliver what it was designed and required to. The firm are based in Colnbrook and have already been called and written to. I expect an urgent response from them tomorrow morning, and for them to provide a full explanation once they discover what caused the failure of their equipment. Meanwhile, the project to provide additional power to the ground is out to tender. It's taken a long time to investigate why the power to the ground is insufficient, find an additional supp
  15. Bins

    Hi Everyone

    Just out of interest is kick of 3 o'clock ? Yes it is Yossa. Plenty of parking outside the ground. Tea Hut, bar open.
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