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Harbury Albion Football Club

Postby Bruce Everiss » Thu 17 Jul 2008 1:34 pm

Here they are on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=17542894431

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It would be nice if someone could add some more information.
Ground address.
Fixtures.
Team.
Contact details.
etc
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Re: Harbury Albion Football Club

Postby Bruce Everiss » Thu 15 Jan 2009 12:05 pm

27 November 2008
MINUTES OF
AN ORDINARY MEETING
OF
HARBURY PARISH COUNCIL

Extract:

Mr Cleaver, the manager of Harbury Albion Football Club explained that the
Club is currently experiencing many financial pressures and may need to close
in the future if outside funding cannot be found. To help with this, members
are organizing a “Race Night” fundraising event and have written to the Parish
Council and the Harbury Co-operative Society for possible grant funding. It
was noted that this item would be discussed under 10i – Grants to Outside
Bodies.....................


Harbury Albion Football Club: grant funding requested to help towards a
fundraising effort to sustain the future of the Club. Following discussion, it was
resolved: that a grant of £150 be made under the power of S137...................
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Re: Harbury Albion Football Club

Postby Bruce Everiss » Thu 15 Jan 2009 12:11 pm

Shamelessly stolen from Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=17542894431

In the annuel boxing day game it was a VERY competitive 4-4 draw. It must be noted that GILBO put in a sterling performance in goal for the overs with a string of fine saves!
There were some tears from the unders after the game but wont be mentioning any names! With only two members of the overs playing regular football Fan maybe asking them to come out of retirement!

Well done boys! Harbury have reached their first cup final (apart froms charities) since we reached the Andy Campbell Cup Final in 2001. In a battling display Harbury beat Lillington 4-2 with Matt Florida proving again what an important signing he has been.

Well done to all the lads!

Harbury cruised to a comfortable 5-0 win over Lillington this morning. Don't know who scored, weren't there! Can tell you it was five differant scorers though.

Harbury continued their impressive start to the season with a league win over DJC first 11. Can't tell you the scorers cause, guess what? I wasn't there! Well done lads

Harbury won 7-0 in cup against DJC??? Sporting Reserves. Can't saying nothing else, wasn't there! Well done boys.

Harbury suffer first defeat of season agaisnt higher division Whitnash Tavern, 1-2. Pete scored for Harbury. Not bad to get to November undeated though.......


An excellent 5-0 away win in the cup saw Harbury remain unbeaten. Ricki got 3, Shiz and JB completing the rout!

Harbury continued their excellent start to the season with a 4-0 win over Cubbington in the cancer cup. JB got 3 (the third surely an OG?!) and gonze had to buy their keeper a pint after his 35 yard screamer! Seriously boys, excellent stuff and keep up the good work!

Gilbo

What a start to the season!

4 out of 4 in the league and progressed to next round in 2 cup competitions with the most recent beating S******n 3-1!
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Re: Harbury Albion Football Club

Postby Bruce Everiss » Thu 15 Jan 2009 12:24 pm

Leamington Courier: http://www.leamingtoncourier.co.uk/Cust ... geID=50261

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Mr Deakin, who lives in Ufton, was part of the Harbury Albion team that won the Aston Villa Cup in Leamington.

He recalls: "On Easter Monday it was 50 years to the day that Harbury Albion won the Aston Villa Cup final, played on the Henry Griffiths' ground next to Lockheed."

He added: "Numerous names on the photographs bring back happy memories of my days playing in the Leamington League between 1953 and 1962."

Mr Deakin supplied a picture of the cup-winning Harbury team. Back row: Dave Ferguson, George Perry, Arnold Ross, Allan Deakin, Mick Bishop, Arthur Large. Front: Tod Austin, Tom Sollis, Lol Sheasby, Roll Padbury, Roy Barrett.
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