Well I can definitely say that this will be my last “Chaplain’s Corner” for 2017/18. There can be no more matches after this one!! In my first column of the season I ended by saying ”Let’s hope for another exciting season.” This has certainly been our experience. In fact, here at H&RBFC we rarely have a season that drifts aimlessly to its conclusion.
It was recently pointed out that this current campaign is our 7th at this level and this is the 4th time we have taken part in the play-off semi- finals and the 3rd time we have managed to reach the final. Quite an achievement, I think we would all agree.
I am still not convinced that the play-off system is a fair way to conclude a season that has stretched over 9 months. Fair or not it certainly keeps more teams involved as the finale approaches.
Excitement, nervous, elation and despair are some of the emotions that are experienced by all those associated with the clubs who have reached this nail biting climax. Whether you agree or...
Applications have already come in from this country as well as from Europe and the US.
The board is anxious to give candidates who are confident of managing in the National Leaue South and beyond ample chance to apply. There will be also be an advertisement in this week’s Non League Paper.
In the meantime, applications (including a CV) should go to the club secretary on email@example.com.
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
We look forwards to welcoming you all, a capacity crowd, to Beveree on Sunday, be you a supporter of either club or have allegiance to neither. However, we do have a few things that all supporters need to be aware of to make sure the day is an amazing spectacle and runs smoothly.
For everyone's safety please do not travel to the ground if you do not have a pre-purchased ticket - NONE will be on sale on the day.
We do have parking available for you if you travel to the game by car; we will accommodate as many cars on site as we can, and this will not be charged for. Be aware our space is limited, so please do consider public transport if you can. Regular 111 buses run from Kingston and pass by the ground, and the nearest stop to Beveree bears the club's name.
There are no planned engineering works on South Western Railway services to Hampton, but we are aware that there are closures between Essex and London.
When arriving at the stadium on Sunday, please can you have your...