South Park boss McElligott steps down - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorSouth Park boss McElligott steps down
However, McElligott will remain at the club in a general manager's position to support Porter and Argent where possible, but says he also wants to spend more time with his family and particularly watching his son James play, following a good season ...
Presenting the Caterham answer to Glastonbury - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorPresenting the Caterham answer to Glastonbury
There will be a barbecue, beer tent, bubble football, children's rides and gift stalls. ... The carnival is free to enter, thanks to support from county and borough councillors along with Gatwick Airport and Horley Town Council, and will run from noon ...
More than 700 children take part in Horley Town football festival - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorMore than 700 children take part in Horley Town football festival
MORE than 700 children took to the pitch at the New Defence last weekend as Horley Town held their third youth football festival. Gradually increasing in numbers year on year, this was the Clarets' big tournament yet with 100 teams from U7s to U14s ...
Muddy hell, Horley Town chairman is on boot duty after clean sheet - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorMuddy hell, Horley Town chairman is on boot duty after clean sheet
CHAIRMAN Mark Sale will celebrate a successful weekend for Horley Town surrounded by 14 pairs of smelly football boots. It is normally the task of the youth squad to clean the first team's boots, but Sale volunteered to take on the dirty footwear ...
Boss Jupp targets four wins from eight to save Horley Town - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorBoss Jupp targets four wins from eight to save Horley Town
FOUR wins from their remaining eight games is what manager Anthony Jupp has targeted to save Horley Town from relegation. After a 2-0 defeat to Colliers Wood United on Saturday, Horley Town beat Bedfont Sports 4-0 on Tuesday night, which leaves them ...
Tadworth dad ordered to pay £11K after breaking football manager's jaw at son ... - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorTadworth dad ordered to pay £11K after breaking football manager's jaw at son ...
A TADWORTH man has been made to pay £11,100 in compensation for breaking the jaw of a Horley Town youth manager at an under-17s football match. Adam Holgate, of Waterfield Green, admitted punching coach Antonio Musto at the match between ...
Father-of-four watching his teenage son play football rowed with the linesman ...
Angry dad breaks football manager's jaw during row while watching son play
Dad who broke manager's jaw at junior football match hit with £11000 damages ...
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Jupp: Horley Town will miss 'Mr Consistent' Herdman - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorJupp: Horley Town will miss 'Mr Consistent' Herdman
HORLEY TOWN joint-manager Anthony Jupp admits it is a blow to lose his "Mr Consistent" Ben Herdman as the midfielder prepares to leave Surrey to go travelling. Herdman, who has been playing for Horley on and off for six years, leaves on November 11 to ...
Jupp and Weller take first team job at Horley Town - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorJupp and Weller take first team job at Horley Town
AFTER guiding Horley Town to Combined Counties League safety this season, Anthony Jupp and Chris Weller have agreed to take on the first team on a permanent basis for 2014-15. After the departure of former boss Trevor Smith, Jupp and Weller, both ...
Dorking confirm groundshare agreement with Horley Town - Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser
Dorking and Leatherhead AdvertiserDorking confirm groundshare agreement with Horley Town
Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser
Dorking Football Club have confirmed a ground share deal that will see them play home matches at Horley Town for the new season. As reported in the Dorking Advertiser last week, the groundshare has now been agreed, which will see both the Chicks' first ...
Hundreds enjoy Bank Holiday football fun at Horley Town - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorHundreds enjoy Bank Holiday football fun at Horley Town
MORE than 750 children took to the pitch at the New Defence over the Bank Holiday weekend as Horley Town hosted their second annual youth football tournament. Split over the rather wet Saturday and scorching Sunday 85 teams of young footballers ...