Each year the club must undergo a Health Check by the FA. This ensures that we, as a Community Club, continue to deliver the highest standards of football. It involves all aspects of the organisation from administration and planning to coaching and playing and is a testament to your club's officers and committee.
It is no easy feat to complete this exercise and huge thanks must go to Gary Allam for the work he does on this.
The FA commented, 'Congratulations - your club is among the country's best'
Last Saturday saw the presentation of a cheque for £1,000 by the Freemasons of Lascelles Lodge, Wetherby. The generous funding will go towards audio visual equipment in the clubhouse.
The Masonic Charities support a huge range of local and international good causes, all funded by contributions from the members themselves. Being part of the community is very important to them and they are thrilled to be associated with TJFC. They are highly appreciative of the excellent work done by the club.
Tockwith Juniors would like to extend an invite to girls (U6s to U11s) for some free, fun & social evenings of footie on Fridays throughout April and May from 6.30pm - 7.30pm (see calendar for specific dates).
The only agenda is to pack in as much fun as we can into the evening.
Location: The Sports Field, Tockwith Lane, Tockwith
Kit: Boots, shin pads and footie kit appropriate to the weather
Cost: Absolutely Free!!!
Format: Fun based games involving footballs, cones and bibs that develop the
skills needed for football. Will be adapted to skills on display.
Coaches: All coaches are fully FA Qualified, including Safeguarding and First Aid
Ideally let me know if this is something your daughter and/or friends would be interested in as it would be helpful to have an idea of numbers. Please also download and complete a registration form and bring to the first session you attend.
Also, please help spread the word - the more the merrier!
(firstname.lastname@example.org or 07791197455)
Tuesday 22 May 2018
Spotted Ox, Tockwith.
Buffet at 7.30. AGM at 8.00. General meeting at 8.30.
Why is this important?
The AGM is your opportunity, as members, to hear how your club is run and to decide on the roles of the people who manage it on your behalf. Remember, the committee and its components are not closed to the general membership. Coaches and managers take part because they are close to the mechanics of the clubs operation - simply because they do the football bit. There is no reason why they should call the shots otherwise. In fact, it might be preferable for the officers of the club to be non-coaching members?
Typically, the agenda consists of:
We have a good, strong club, much better than most in our area - because we work together. Please come along and support your club and help keep it a pleasure to be part of.
Coaches and friends of the Tockwith Juniors football club