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Fairfield Hurler

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Ludgvan FC are so pleased to announce that they have managed to secure the services of a new manager for the SWPL team. A very warm welcome to Steve Allen from all at the Club. Nigel and Sue have worked tirelessly over the past 48 hours to secure a Senior team Ludgvan. A very big thank you for everyone's support at the friendly this evening, to all new players, Hayle FC and Penwith Exiles for your help and consideration. Very much appreciated. Onwards and upwards for The Hurlers

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11 hours ago, leedsunited said:

Fish & Chip Shop league an old friend call's it ?

And we all know how popular fish and chips are !    Some really good players in this league, who would walk in to Premier league sides if they only showed a little more ambition.

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On 09/08/2018 at 21:37, Fairfield Hurler said:

Ludgvan FC are so pleased to announce that they have managed to secure the services of a new manager for the SWPL team. A very warm welcome to Steve Allen from all at the Club. Nigel and Sue have worked tirelessly over the past 48 hours to secure a Senior team Ludgvan. A very big thank you for everyone's support at the friendly this evening, to all new players, Hayle FC and Penwith Exiles for your help and consideration. Very much appreciated. Onwards and upwards for The Hurlers

Great news to read on a Saturday morning, match-day.

We must all pull together and keep every club going, be it SWPL, Combo, Trelawny, East Cornwall, etc. be it in towns, cities or villages like Ludgvan. Clubs are part of the beating heart of a community along with the pub, school, Post Office.

Many villages have lost their pubs, shops, sports teams, hve no public transport links, etc and the heart has been ripped out of them. No community spirit, just dormitory villages where people drive to the local supermarket, drive to work in other towns and drive to visit friends.

Football clubs bring people together.

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