Thursday 24 June 2004

June 24, 2004

Robin Hood Ward Fundraising Visit.
At Easter LAGER ran a prize draw in aid of the Robin Hood Ward at King’s Mill Hospital. They raised the fantastic sum of £1,000, and after consulting hospital staff, used the money to buy Play Stations, DVD players, portable televisions, video recorders, television trolleys, some baby play equipment, plus an assortment of Play Station games, DVDs and Videos.

Two representatives of LAGER, and three representatives of the Rugby Club, visited the Robin Hood Ward to hand over the presents to Hospital Play Leader Julie Smith and young patient Alex Parkinson and her mum.

Well done to all LAGER members for such a brilliant effort, and thanks to everyone who supported our first major fund raising event.
Robin Hood Ward

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Wednesday 16 June 2004

June 16, 2004

Come on down
It’s fun
AND you are not just driven into the ground and left to feel knackered.
We are getting about 20 to 25 at the moment which is great.
I will add the new league table to the website and that will give you an idea why we have to train !!
Pump those legs

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Tuesday 18 May 2004

May 18, 2004

Presentation Night Bus Pick-up Details
No changes in times or route are expected but please check back here before presentation night on 21st May as these details will remain up to date.

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Friday 14 May 2004

May 14, 2004

Player Profiles
Who could the next player profile be about ?
Awaiting new information before publication.
Hair’s another clue – Favourite Colour 116 !!
Contact our publications room at:-

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Monday 12 April 2004

April 12, 2004

Matches and Men 17/4/04
Ollerton 1st XV v Paviors 2nd ( Home) Meet 12:30 Club Shirt ,Shirt & Tie
From :- W.Kirk,S. Wallis, J. Henfrey , M. Hempsall, C. Johnson, S. Parker , M Laughton , J. Hooper, L. Dymyd , K. Cogan, C. Ford , S. Hayward , S. Cogan, J. Price, M. Fillingham, S. Lacey, D. Wilford , A. Peabody,

Ollerton 2nd XV v Hope Valley ( away ) Meet 12:30 Club Shirt & Tie
From:- M.Holmshaw , T. Steele, P. Etherington , D.Headlong, J. Wooff, B. Bryan, M. Emmonds, A. Black, F. Ford , M. Abdy, M. Burton, S. Cockayne, E. Cranmer, S. Hallam, M. Kirk, N. Siddons, R. Berry, N. Pearce, M. Farn, A. Jones, P. White, T. Storrs,

Ollerton 3rd XV v Paviors 3rd ( Away ) Meet 12:30 Club Shirt & Tie
From:- C. Hilton, E. Jackson, M. Woods, P. Davis, P. Slater, I. Summerfield, G. Leonard, K. Ryan, P. Oates, G. Parkes, K. Wild , E. Coleman, P. Widdowson, D. Harrison , S. Godfrey, S. Gretton, K. Milne , T. Summerfield J. Walton, M. Glaves,D. Garrett, P.Kerry, R Atkin ,

Final selections after Training Wednesday 6:30
Junior Section 5:15 p.m.

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Wednesday 24 March 2004

March 25, 2004

Rugby Player Descriptions ! (An alternative view)
Front Row
Without a doubt the manliest men on the pitch(Not Wal). Large, often hairy, beer swilling carnivores (Wal) that can and will smash anything in their path. Revelling in the violence inherent in the scrum, they are rarely considered “nice” people, and in fact to some they aren’t even considered humans at all. Front rowers tolerate this attitude far and wide because they recognise their role at the top of the food chain and are used to suffering the fools that surround them. Accused by some of simply being dumb, I prefer to think of this group as “open to unconventional ways of thinking.”
2nd Row
Slightly below the front row on the food chain. As with front row players it is inadvisable to put an appendage you wish to keep near this group’s maw when they are in the feeding mode.(Wilf) This group of large, often foul smelling brutes is also more than willing to relish the finer points of stomping on a fallen opponent’s body and will gleefully recount the tale ad infinitum. While they tend to take the tag “Powerhouse of the Scrum” a little too seriously, they can be useful if inured with the proper hatred of their fellow man. While members of this proud fraternity like to think of themselves as “open to unconventional ways of thinking” – they are
usually just dumb.(Not Wilf)


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Thursday 18 March 2004

March 18, 2004

Matches and Men for 20th March 2004
1st v Tupton Away
2nds v Ashfield 2nd Home
3rds v Scunthorpe 4ths Home ( School field)

No news yet on when Cup game will be played

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Monday 23 February 2004

February 23, 2004

Men and Matches for 28/2/04
This coming Saturdays Battle orders – – – – –

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