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Letcombe Presented With Respect Award - 8 August

Letcombe received their national FA Respect Award before Arsenal’s Community Shield triumph over Chelsea at Wembley.

The Uhlsport Hellenic League One West side won the accolade for clubs in steps 5-7 of the national league system. Captain Tom Stone and secretary Des Williams were guests at last weekend’s match, while the club received £2,000 in prize money.

Pictured below are Letcombe captain Tom Stone (left) with FA chairman Greg Dyke and representatives from Curzon Ashton FC and Soham Town Rangers, who also won awards

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Film Crew At Letcombe - 18 July

A film crew attended Letcombe`s training session on 13 July to record some of the players in action and to interview club officials following the club`s success in winning the national respect award for clubs playing at steps 5-7.

Secretary Des Williams and captain Tom Stone will be presented with the award at a function at Wembley stadium before the Community Shield match between Chelsea and Arsenal on 2nd August, and the film will be shown prior to the presentation.

Five Letcombe players will also be guests of the Football Association for the European qualifier against Estonia on 9 October.

 

Letcombe Require Reserve Team Manager - 15 July

Letcombe FC urgently need a manager for their reserve team, as the person appointed for the role one is no longer available.

Letcombe were national winners of the Respect Award for clubs at levels 5-7 last season, and the appointed person would play an important part in the club`s continuing respect policy. Interested persons should contact secretary Des Williams on 01235 764130 for further information.

 

Claydon and Stone Sign For Letcombe - 12 July

richard claydon hellenic league footballtom stone hellenic league footballLetcombe FC are delighted to announce that prolific goalscorer Richard Claydon has signed on for season 2015/16.

Richard first played for the club as a 16 year old before moving on to play at a higher level. He will be vice captain, with Tom Stone retaining the captain's armband. Tom (pictured right) is now living and working in London, but will be returning to play at the weekend. Jack Hamblin, player of the year last season, will also be coming back to play regularly despite going to University at Portsmouth. Letcombe are hopeful of two or three other major signings in the near future.

 

2015 fa respect winners step 5-6Letcombe Win National FA Respect Award - 4 July

Letcombe FC are delighted to announce that they have identified as the national winner in the FA's Respect Awards in the category of National League System, Club steps 5-7, for season 2014/15.

They will receive a cash prize of £2000 and will be able to use an exclusive Respect 'Gold Award' identity to promote their achievement and commitment to high standards of behaviour. They will be presented with the award prior to the FA Community Shield between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley on 2nd August.

Secretary Des Williams said."We would like to thank the Hellenic League for nominating us for this national award. The cash prize is a massive help for a relatively small club such as ours. It just shows what can be done if everbody at the club embraces the Respect agenda. We have received only two C2 cautions in 30 months since meeting the league management committee in December 2012 because of our indifferent disciplinary record, and we are very proud of that".

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