Following a lengthy delay due to Covid19, the club finally held its AGM on Friday 2 October. The support of a strong AGM is vital to any clubs success and despite the current climate a very healthy turnout saw the club complete its AGM and add some quality new people into the fold.

With John Lewsley resigning his position as Club Secretary and Treasurer, the club needed to add some quality into those key positions and are delighted to have Eden Rudling stepping into the Secretary role from his previous Welfare Officer Role.  Eden has been a key person at the club over the past few months as the Clubs Covid officer and this is a fantastic appointment for the future of the club.

Greg Dimsey, while being a 1st team coach, is also an excellent administrator and has taken on the Club Treasurer role. Greghas superb relevant experience and has great attention to detail so we fully expect to see some really positive changes in the financial management of the club moving forward.

With Eden vacating the Welfare officer role, Jon Stickley has stepped in to combine the role with his Youth Welfare officer role, in a move which further links the 2 sides of the club together.

With Sadness Alan Smith also stepped down from his committee role after working closely with the club for the past 6/7 years.

More new faces were added to the committee with Life President Arthur Fisk taking a Committee role, as well as current 1st Team Manager Rob McCombe. The final addition is also a welcome return to Anne Jones who returns to the committee as the Bar Manager of Smudgers.

We are delighted all other committee members have also been re-elected for the coming year.