The League's Annual Convention took place from Friday 15th May to Sunday 17th May. Congratulations to all the winners and you can view the photos of the awards BY CLICKING HERE
Cadbury Heath FC who play in the Premier Division of the Toolstation Western League are looking for a match day physio. Duties to include pre-match sports massages and on pitch treatments during games. An experienced person or student looking to gain experience would be considered. The majority of games are on a Saturday afternoon with limited games on a Wednesday or Tuesday evening. The successful applicant will be given a team tracksuit and any medical supplies or equipment as required for the position. Terms & conditions negotiable. Anybody interested please contact the club secretary, Martin Painter, on either mobile 07971399268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photographer Paul Mitchell was at the Les Phillips Cup Final on Sunday and he must have arrived early as there is a shot of the groundsman marking the pitch! You can view all the photos he took of the match (including the celebrations and line marking) BY CLICKING HERE
John said that it came as a complete shock when he heard he had won. He and his wife Ruth were invited to the cup final and told us they had thoroughly enjoyed the day. Our thanks to everyone who sent in their photos over the past season. Have a good summer and we look forward to seeing your photos next season.
You can view the winning photo BY CLICKING HERE
Photo courtesy of Paul Mitchell
It was Willand Rovers' third appearance in the final in the last four years and they ran out 3-0 winners against First Division Champions Barnstaple Town. Hosted by Bridport FC the match was a great advert for Western League football watched by a crowd of some 430. As always the trophy was presented by Mrs Jane Phillips.
Photo Courtesy of Paul Mitchell
You can view photos of the cup final BY CLICKING HERE
The Board of the Toolstation League is pleased to announce a new service for member clubs to assist in grant applications.
Planning and implementing improvements in a club's infrastructure is a task which needs a lot of work and having someone to guide you can be very helpful.
The Board is keen to assist clubs with any application to improve a club's infrastructure and/or revenue streams.
Within the service there are a number of different levels of assistance from straght forward advice and guidance to helping with documenting an application, through to full management of a project.
If you feel you could benefit from this service please in the first instance fill in the Toolstation League Grant Application Form. Once completed the form should be sent to Mark Edmonds, General Secretary.
The application form can be downloaded BY CLICKING HERE
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