“He was jovial and was always happy to have a laugh” – manager pays tribute to ... - Surrey Mirror
Surrey Mirror“He was jovial and was always happy to have a laugh” – manager pays tribute to ...
Garry Dean, who is believed to have been in his early twenties, grew up in Bewbush, Crawley, and had a young daughter. He played for Horley Town FC's reserve side before moving to Oakwood Football Club three seasons ago. His team held a two-minute ...
Friends pay tribute to young dad who grew up in Bewbush after his sudden death - Crawley News
Crawley NewsFriends pay tribute to young dad who grew up in Bewbush after his sudden death
Mr Gilbert said: "I first knew Garry when I managed Horley Town FC and he was a player for me. ... Nick Iron, from Oak Way in Northgate, played Sussex County League football with Mr Dean and has fond memories of time spent with him on and off the pitch.
Unsatisfied Woodham wants Windsor to put their rivals to bed - Maidenhead Advertiser
Maidenhead AdvertiserUnsatisfied Woodham wants Windsor to put their rivals to bed
Mick Woodham says his Windsor players can still do more to put teams to bed despite their five-star performance on Saturday. The Royalists ran out comfortable 5-1 winners when Horley Town visited Stag Meadow in the Combined Counties Premier League.
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'We have got to stick together', says Windsor FC star Robert Lazarczuk - Windsor Observer
'We have got to stick together', says Windsor FC star Robert Lazarczuk
Lazarczuk added that his side's superior work rate was the key to victory in midweek, with Windsor now looking ahead to a visit from Horley Town this Saturday (3pm ko). He said: “I think that we were the better side and fully deserved the win. “Raynes ...
Horley Town chairman proves a good shoe shiner for hotshot striker - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorHorley Town chairman proves a good shoe shiner for hotshot striker
YOU will not see many football club chairmen cleaning their striker's boots, but that is exactly what has happened twice in as many weeks this season after a bet between Mark Sale and Ashley Nadesan, pictured. Sale promised to clean young hotshot ...
Formula 1: Marussia's Chilton looking forward to 'electric' Singapore Grand Prix - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorFormula 1: Marussia's Chilton looking forward to 'electric' Singapore Grand Prix
MAX CHILTON is hoping to ignite the memory of past successes when the Formula 1 circus hits Singapore tomorrow night. The Reigate-based driver tasted GP2 success in Singapore in 2012 and is looking forward to racing there again on Sunday. Chilton ...
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