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WRITTLE MINORS WIN THE LEAGUE!

On Sunday 26th April Writtle Minors U16 met at Langley Colts home ground for the final game of the season leaving both teams needing a win to clinch the league title. Langley Colts had beaten Writtle on the previous Wednesday night 5-4 on penalties in the league Cup final so Writtle had a point to prove against strong opposition. With the away side bringing a huge support with them they were cheered all the way and it was Jack Griggs who gave Writtle the lead with a great header from a corner. The game was flowing from end to end but the away side went two up when Griggs slotted home to give Writtle a 2-0  lead at half time. The second half saw a great battling performance from the away side and they sealed a superb win when Jamie Cannon scored to make it 3-0 and give the Division 1 title to Writtle Minors. Manager Harvey Langford and coach Mick Griggs were delighted with the win and stated, “our team can only get better and the boys deserve great credit.”

Mick McDonagh Centre Manager of High Chelmer, sponsor of the Writtle Minors U16 team said, “I am proud to be able to support this talented team over the past two years having won the Cup last year and now winning the league this season I am delighted that they have reaped the reward that they so deserve!”

 

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HannakinsFarm u16 0 v 6 Writtle Minors u16 CYFL Div 1 22/03/15

Writtle returned to league action against lowly Hannakins Farm with a fine display of one touch football. After two weeks of cup games and a cup final on the way it was the away side that applied the pressure from the off and with half-time looming they had taken a three goal lead with two from George Paola and a Jack Griggs looping header. The second half started well for the away side with further goals from Paola, James McAuliff and Mateus Rodrigues to give Writtle a fine win. With three games remaining the double is still on for Harvey Langford’s team.

 

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Perry Street U/16 1 v 3 Writtle Minors U/16 CYFL Div 1 29/03/15

With a depleted team of only eleven players Writtle took on lowly Perry Street in conditions that resembled a monsoon mixed with hurricane winds. Both sides tried to play football but it was impossible in these conditions. It was the away side that took the lead against a strong head wind when James McAuliffe broke through on the left and curled a lovely ball past the keeper to take Writtle into a half time lead. With the wind now in favour of the away side they began to attack the home team and with two further goals from Jamie Cannon gave Writtle a comfortable victory and nearer to their league and cup dream double.

 

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Cougars Harold Wood v Writtle Minors CYFL Semi Final score  2–3 - 15/3/15

Writtle travelled to Harold Wood for this eagerly awaited semi final. The home side were unbeaten this season and surely must have fancied there chances being on home territory but it was the away side that took the lead when George Paola half volleyed past the keeper. With only a few seconds before half time the home team got lucky when they equalized through a shot that deflected off the bar into the net past the unlucky Ollie Langford. The second half started with both teams playing well but it was Writtle who took the lead when James McAuliffe scored after the goalkeeper parried out a shot and he was there to fire the ball into the goal. It was now that the away side were beginning to dominate and it had looked like they had booked their final place but when out of the blue and with only a minute left Cougars somehow equalized when the ball took an unkind bounce and the home team forward slotted the ball past the keeper. Extra time was looming with only thirty seconds left when Writtle were awarded  a free kick. Masam Miah curled in a great ball and up popped Mateus Rodrigues with a delightful header to send Writtle into the Cup Final where they face Langley Colts. Manager Harvey Langford quoted that his side “deserved to win after a great battling performance.”

 

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Writtle Minors U16 v Aveley U16 score 5-1 CYFL - 02/11/14

A great win for Writtle as newly promoted Aveley had started the season well and were unbeaten until this game. The home team were on the front foot from the start and goals from Jamie Cannon 2 George Paola 2 and Mateus Rodrigues 1 sealed a great performance from Writtle.

 

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Writtle Minors U16 v Hannakins Farm CYFL Div 1  score 2-1 - 14/12/14

A depleted Writtle side had to fight hard to overcome lowly Hannakins Farm in this top versus bottom clash. Manager Harvey Langford stated after the game that he was happy to take the points and looks forward to getting his squad back to full fitness. Goals from Jamie Cannon and George Paola secured the win.

 

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Writtle Minors v Perry Street CYFL Div 1  - score 1-0 - 11/01/15

Still struggling with injuries and players form Writtle once again found it hard to overcome the lowly opposition.  In freezing conditions the home side had most of the game but failed to take advantage of some of the chances they created. It was down to Jamie Cannon to score the only goal of a scrappy game.

 

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Doddinghurst v Writtle Minors CYFL Div 1 score 3-3 - 18/01/15

A much improved performance by Writtle earned praise from manager Harvey Langford. Writtle were seeking revenge after a defeat by Doddinghurst earlier in the season. It was the away side that started well and had victory snatched away from them by a dubious linesman’s decision. Goals from Jamie Cannon 2 and Harry Shawyer earned Writtle a deserved point.

 

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Herongate V Writtle Minors CYFL Cup Quarter Final score 1 – 2 - 08/03/15

After three weeks of postponements this eagerly awaited cup tie got underway. The away side were clear favourites for the tie but the home side had different ideas and showed that they were up for the giant-killing over their opponents. At half time with the score at 0-0 both teams put in a great deal of effort but it was Writtle who created the chances and should have gone in with a goal or two up. The second half was still in the balance with the away side still wasting chances but with ten minutes to go Writtle conceded a penalty and the home side went 1-0 up. With Writtle now applying the pressure and looking for the equalizer James McAuliffe put in a great cross and Will Appleton was there to smash the ball home to put his side level. With now just two minutes remaining Writtle got a corner and with the ball pinging about in the area up popped Frank Ladlow to volley into the net and send the away support delirious and take a triumphant Writtle side into the semi finals.

 

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Writtle Minors u16 v Aveley Youth u16 Score 2-1 12/10/14 CYFL Cup

This was always going to be a tough test for top of the table Writtle as they entertained second placed Aveley in the CYFL Cup. The home side could only field eleven fit players due to a lengthy injury list but it was Writtle who made all the running and should have scored with several chances being wasted but goals by Mateus Rodrigues and George Paulo took them into the first half two goals up.  In the second half Writtle's eleven men had to work hard and it was Aveley that pulled a goal back but with the home side still wasting chances they finally held out to get there deserved win.

 

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Writtle Minors v County Park. Essex county cup. 5/10/14 Score 14-0

Writtle welcomed County Park to Paradise Road for this County Cup clash but it was one of those days when the opposition wished they had never turned up as the home side ran riot with a goal avalanche. These two teams met in the same round last year with a closer scoreline of 4-3 to Writtle but this scoreline reflects on how much the home side have improved. Five goals from Jamie Canon, Masum Miah three, James Macca three, Ollie McCabe one, George Paola one, Cameron Eade one all made it an easy day for Writtle. Coach Mick Griggs said the hard training is paying off and there is more to come.

 

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Writtle Minors u16 v Ongar youth u16 Score 4-0 28/09/14 CYFL Division 1


Unbeaten Writtle welcomed newly promoted Ongar Youth to Paradise Road. These two teams last met in last season’s Cup Final where Writtle had a comfortable win. It was a strong home team that made all the running in the first half and it was not long before Jamie Cannon opened up the scoring from a neat shot inside the box, a further two goals from Cannon completed a superb hat-trick from the youngster who was a new signing at the start of the season. Jack Griggs made it four with a powerful header from a corner to give Writtle a commanding first half lead. The second half went a bit flat as the home team never stepped up a gear to take their lead further. Writtle changed keepers at half time but neither of these were tested with one shot to save. Manager Harvey langford quoted that he was well pleased with his team’s first half perfomance and gave particular praise to Mateus Rodrigues for the strong part he played in his new midfield role.  Writtle remain top of the league.

 

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21/09/14 - Chelmsford City u16 v Writtle Minors u16 Division 1 Chelmsford Youth League Score 2-2


Writtle traveled to Chelmsford City on the back of a great win the previous week against Langley Colts and expectations were high for another victory in this local derby. Both sides struggled with the wind and a pitch that was fit for only cows to graze on, this stopped Writtle from playing their flowing football and became a great leveler for the home side but it was the away team that applied most of the pressure and several players were guilty of missing easy chances to put the away side ahead.  With half time closing in Masam Miah scored with a beauty curling the ball in from long range. The second half began with both teams going close but it was Chelmsford who got an equaliser after Writtle were again guilty of spurning more easy chances to wrap the game up.

With the score at 1-1 it was the home side that scored to take it to 2-1 but within a few minutes Writtle had equalised through new signing Jamie Cannon.
Manager Harvey Langford praised the Chelmsford keeper for his heroic display but was fuming that his side did not take their chances quoting, “the game would have been all over with if we had taken our chances,” 2-2 does not reflect the true scoreline.

 

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14/09/14 - Writtle Minors u16 v Langley Colts u16 Division 1 Chelmsford Youth League Score 2-1


The first game of the season saw Writtle kick off their campaign  with a fine win over Langley Colts. Either one of these teams is quite capable of winning the league this season. With a fine Autumn day and with both sides well supported it was the away side that took the lead through a disputed penalty. The game was evenly balanced throughout the first half and it looked like the away side could take a slender lead into half time but then came a fantastic equaliser from George Paola with a thirty yard shot that gave the keeper no chance to level the score.

The second half again was very tight and the game could have gone either way but up popped little Harry Shawyer to grab the winner and give Writtle a perfect start to the season. Manager Harvey Langford was emphatic with the win and quoted he was very happy with the hard work the players put into the game singling out James McCauliffe for he's effort throughout the match.

 

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THE CHELMSFORD YOUTH LEAGUE CUP COMES HOME TO WRITTLE!

01/05/14 – Chelmsford Youth League Cup Final - Writtle Minors 6 v Ongar 1


On Thursday 1st May the Under 15s Chelmsford Youth football league finalists met at Mill Field the home ground to Aveley FC.  Ongar versus Writtle Minors was to be a formidable battle.  Although Writtle may have been viewed as the favourites to win being in the first division, Ongar were still a major threat, having taken a first division scalp on their way to the final.

It was a rainy Thursday evening but it did not deter the great support of both teams who turned this final into a great atmosphere. In a tight first half it was Writtle who scored the first goal through Marley Cadey, to the delight of the visiting fans but Ongar then won a corner and scored a deserved equaliser, but on the stroke of half time Writtle scored again through the menacing Harry Shawyer to make it 2-1. Into the second half and it was dominated by a rampaging Writtle side who took full control of the game and further goals from Marley Cadey, Peter Oola and a brace from James McAuliffe made it safe for Writtle to settle down and play some attractive football.  The attack was stepped by the tireless Masum Miah, and the Mid-field offensive was lead by a persistent Jack Griggs, Mitchell Prue and Will O’Hare who pushed forward in the second half.  The opposing side had few shots at goal due to the incredible defence that was Mateus Rodrigues (Captain), Tyler Clover and Cameron Eade who played his best   
football to date. When the shots on goal did come however, Ollie Langford in the first half and Joe Radford in the second half, were the goalkeeping team to be proud of.

Mick Griggs, team Coach said, “Ongar put in a valiant effort but I am so proud of the Writtle lads, it was superb football and a real team effort.”   Harvey Langford, Manager of the Writtle Minors under 15 squad, “This Cup was first won by Writtle 28 years ago and it has now come home once again.  This team really deserve the prize.”

 

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27/04/14 – Chelmsford Youth League - Writtle Minors 7 v Chelmsford City 3


This eagerly awaited derby match between two fierce rivals really lived up to expectations. Writtle had suffered an earlier defeat in the season to Chelmsford and were looking for revenge but it was the away side who took the lead in this edgy match but just on half time the home side equalised through Marley Cadey. The second half started very tense and it was Writtle who gained control with a further three goals from Marley Cadey plus a hat- trick from George Paola. The home side began to settle and played some fine football. Manager Harvey Langford quoted that he was delighted to get three points and maintain their second place in the league.

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14/04/14 – Chelmsford Youth League – Semi-Final Writtle Minors 7 v 0 Stanford Wanderers

Excitement and great expectations was the name of the game where Writtle u15s were playing their first semi-final in many years against opposition that were a league below but had already knocked out a 1st division team. The game was watched by a huge crowd in glorious weather and manager Harvey Langford had his team fired up from the beginning and they got off to a great start when George Paola fired home from close range.  It was the home side that made all the running and further goals from Paola and James McAuliffe sent the home side in at half time with a comfortable lead. The second half began brightly for the visitors and they tested the Writtle defence without luck but it was Harry Shawyer, Mitchell Prue, Ollie Langford and George Paola who gave Writtle a great win and a place in the final. Manager Langford would like to thank Raul Rodrigues and Mick Griggs for their assistance throughout the season. Writtle now play Ongar in the Cup final at Aveley F.C. on Thursday the 1st May k.o. 7.45pm.
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7/04/14 – Chelmsford Youth League Quarter Final Cup Writtle Minors 6 v 1 Hannikens Farm

Hannikens Farm arrived to this game in top form, with a semi-final place at stake Writtle were not taking this game lightly as the away side where already top of their league without losing a game plus doing well in the Cup adding two division 1 scalps on the way. It was Writtle who took the game to Hannikens Farm and an early goal from Peter Oola settled the home side’s nerves but the away side were in no mood to make an early surrender and they quickly equalised midway through the first half to take the score to 1-1 at half time. The second half was all one way traffic and it was then that Writtle's experience shone through with further goals from Peter Oola, George Paola, Harry Shawyer and Ollie Langford. Credit must go to the home side’s defence as the away side did not manage one shot on goal in the second half. Well done to defenders Marley Cadey, Mateus Rodrigues, Tyler Clover and Mitchell Prue.
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23/03/14 Chelmsford Youth League - Doddinghurst u15 2 v 5 Writtle Minors u15

Doddinghurst provided strong opposition for high flying Writtle but it was the away side who raced into a two goal lead. Peter Oola struck first and then a fine goal by the hard working Masam Miah gave Writtle a two goal lead but a lapse in concentration allowed the home side to get back in the game and they scored two quick goals to go in level at half time. The second half began well for Writtle when Oola struck quickly to give the away side the lead. Further goals from Harry Shawyer and Marley Cadey secured a fine win for Writtle.
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23/03/14 Chelmsford Youth League - Doddinghurst u15 2 v 5 Writtle Minors u15

Doddinghurst provided strong opposition for high flying Writtle but it was the away side who raced into a two goal lead. Peter Oola struck first and then a fine goal by the hard working Masam Miah gave Writtle a two goal lead but a lapse in concentration allowed the home side to get back in the game and they scored two quick goals to go in level at half time. The second half began well for Writtle when Oola struck quickly to give the away side the lead. Further goals from Harry Shawyer and Marley Cadey secured a fine win for Writtle.
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16/03/14 Kelvedon Hatch u15 v Writtle Minors u15 Score 0-8

Writtle who played Kelvedon Hatch the week before and won 7-3 returned to play the home side with a severely depleted squad and turned up with only 11 players. The home side must have fancied their chances after a good performance the previous week unfortunately found a Writtle side in top form. They took the game to their opponents and played some superb football. Manager Langford and coach Mick Griggs who take their squad training on Tuesday evenings are now reaping the rewards from their training techniques. Braces from Ollie Langford and George Paolo ensured Writtle went in at half time with a comfortable lead and with further goals from Harry Shawyer, Tom Cocklin, James McAuliffe and Jack Griggs ensured Writtle stayed third place in the league.
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09/03/14 - Chelmsford Youth League - Writtle Minors u15 v Kelvedon Hatch u15 Score 7-3

Writtle played bottom club Kelvedon Hatch with a win that took them into third place in the league. The away side played well and their position at the bottom did not reflect their performance on the day but it was the home side who raced to a 3-0 lead with goals from George Paola, Masam Miah and Peter Oola to give Writtle a comfortable half time lead. With Kelvedon fighting back with a few goals in the second half the game became more open but further goals from Peter Oola, Harry Shawyer and James McAuliffe adding a brace Writtle ran out comfortable winners. 
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02/03/14 – Chelmsford Youth League Cup - Writtle u15 v Perry Street u15 9-0

Perry Street who are top of division 2 came to the home of Writtle FC expecting to cause an upset but unfortunately the division 1 side were far too strong and skilful for their counterparts. The two Writtle keepers who played one half each hardly had to make a save between them and by half time Writtle were four up with goals from Peter Oola, Harry Shawyer, George Paolo, and one own goal. The second half went the same way with Tom Cocklin, Peter Oola, Ollie Langford, Mateus Rodrigues and George Paolo making it 9-0.
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23/02/14 Trinity u15 v Writtle u15 Essex County Cup Lost 4 - 3

This was Writtles first game back since 12/12/13 due to the inclement weather that effected most clubs playing local soccer. The game was played in blustery conditions and it was Writtle who took control of the game with a fine goal from George Paolo and sent the visitors in at half time 1-0 up. The second half started well with Writtle adding a second goal from Peter Olla who curled a glorious shot past the keeper, at 2-0 up Writtle were cruising to victory until a mad five minutes in which the hosts scored four quick goals after several blunders from the visiting defence. With the score now 4-2 Writtle went on the attack and scored a late consolation goal from George Paolo but alas that was too late and Writtle crashed out of the county cup.
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01/12/13 - Chelmsford Youth League - Ongar u15 v Writtle u15 score 3 - 3

Writtle travelled to, top of the table, Ongar and for the first twenty minutes gave their hosts plenty to think about with several chances going begging but a defensive error gave Ongar the lead and that followed by another two quick goals saw Writtle 3-0 down but a goal just before half time by James McAuliffe gave Writtle a glimmer of hope. The visitors started the second half brightly and soon had their hosts on the back foot and it was Frank Ladlow with a scorching header that put the visitors back in the game at 3-2, from then on it was all Writtle as Ollie Langford and Mitchell Prue both hitting the bar and Masum Miah going close with a fine effort, but it was Frank Ladlow scoring again with a fine header from a Miah corner that levelled the score. Manager Harvey Langford quoted that "another five minutes and we would have won the game".
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24/11/13 County Park u15 v Writtle u15 Essex County Cup Score 3-4

A fantastic result for Writtle as they went into unknown territory and travelled to Rainham to play County Park who play in the top division of the Echo League. It was the away side who took the game to the opposition with an outstanding display of attacking football and went in at half-time 2-0 up with goals from Frank and Harry. The second half was a different story as Writtle made changes to their big squad. County Park grew in confidence and came back into the game to level the scores and then to score again and go 3-2 up. Manager Harvey had to ring the changes mid way through the half with several substitutions and this proved positive as Writtle came back into the game and equalised through George and with ten minutes remaining Harry made it 4-3 to send the visitors home very happy.

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3/11/13 Writtle u15 v Ongar u15 Score 0-5 Chelmsford Youth League

The score didn't give a true reflection on the game as costly mistakes against league leaders Ongar left Writtle always chasing the game. The home side went in with a two goal deficit which left manager Harvey making substitutes to try and bring Writtle back in the game, but for all their efforts there was no way back and Writtle conceded a further three goals in the second half to give manager Harvey a big headache on team selection.

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13/10/13 - Chelmsford Youth League - Langley Colts u15 v Writtle u15 Score 5-3

Writtle went to one of the league’s favourite title contenders and gave a very spirited performance. The home side twice took the lead but the visitors came back to even the scores to go in at half-time 2-2 with goals from Marley and Harry. Ollie came out strong for the second half and scored three quick goals to put  Writtle on the back foot but a change of tactics by manager Harvey saw the visitors pull a goal back by Ollie and with twenty minutes to go Writtle applied the pressure but could not capitalise on some good efforts and went down 5-3

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12//10/13 - Chelmsford Youth League - Writtle 4 v 2 Doddinghurst U15

Writtle made hard work in which should have been a comfortable win, the scoreline flattered the opposition as the home side had most of the play but silly mistakes allowed the away side back in the game but in the end it was Writtle who took all three points.  Frank Ladlow 1 George Paolo 2 Marley Cadey 1
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05/10/13 - Essex County Cup - Tolleshunt Knights U15 v Writtle U15

An emphatic 13-0 win for Writtle against lower league opposition was ‘just rewards’ as the away team dominated play from start to finish. Writtle are now away to County Park in the next round in which the opposition should provide a much sturdier task.

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29/09/13 – Chelmsford Youth League - Writtle u15 5 v Witham u15 2

Witham came to Paradise Road (Writtle Minors home ground) on Sunday with high hopes of taking all three points from the home side. Witham had finished third in the league last year and took six points off Writtle last season and it was the visitors who grabbed an early lead as a soft shot crept under the diving keeper, but it did not take long before the home side gained a deserved equaliser when Marley drilled home from close range.  It was then that Writtle began to put the pressure on their opponents and a fine run and finish by Masum put the home side ahead, Frank then added another from a fine set piece. The second half was much the same as Writtle went in search of a fourth goal and it didn't take long when Harry volleyed home from the edge of the area. Mateus then made it five after a great piece of football involving five team mates. Witham pulled another goal back to make the final score 5-2 but it wasn't enough to hold off a rampant Writtle side. Coach Raul added that a good squad rotational system is in place and all the boys are benefitting from it.

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15/09/13 - Chelmsford Youth League - Writtle u15 v Billericay u15 Score 7-2

Billericay took advantage of Writtle's slow start by scoring twice in the first twenty five minutes. With ten minutes to go before half time Marley pulled one back for the home side and just seconds to go before the half ended George struck to make it 2-2. Writtle came out a lot more confident in the second half and dominated the play, with Marley scoring two more to complete a splendid hat-trick and with further goals from George, Cameron and Will made it a great start to the division 1 campaign.

A great performance from the away keeper prevented Writtle from adding an even bigger score-line. Manager Harvey Langford and coach Raul Rodrigues were highly delighted after the emphatic victory with Langford quoting; “there's a lot more to come from the team, it was our first league game and to come from two goals behind shows the real depth in our squad.”

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WRITTLE MINORS FC GETS THEIR NEW KIT!

High Chelmer are proud to sponsor Writtle Minors Under-15s football team and to provide them with their new kit.  It is a vibrant and head-turning Nike kit that matches the quality of this young team of players.  As Writtle Minors FC join the new football season they are 17 players strong, a lesson learned from last season where only a team of 13 players often left them exhausted and vulnerable. Their aim is to top the division by the end of the season.

They are pictured here at their Paradise Road Headquarters where only yesterday they won 4-2 against Doddinghurst and the week before they won 13 – 0 against Tolleshunt Knights. So they are well on their way to achieving their aim to win the league.  The players are pictured here with Natalie Rodrigues, Sunday Manager for High Chelmer and the team’s Manager, Harvey Langford and Team Coach Raul Rodrigues.

From left to right back row the players are: Jack Griggs / Jack Ford / Will O’Hare / Ollie Langford / Joe Radford / Marley Cadey / Tom Cocklin / Mateus Rodrigues.  Front Row:  Frank Ladlow / Cameron Eade / Tiler Clover / Harry Shawyer / Mitchell Prue / Masum Miah / George Paola and Ollie McCabe.

Natalie Rodrigues, High Chelmer said, "We are delighted to support Writtle Minors FC as they strive for success this season.”

Harvey Langford, Manager said about the coming season,” We are in it to win it this year and the whole team are committed to making that happen.  High Chelmer have seen to it that we are equipped to get the job done!”

For weekly score draws on Writtle Minors FC Under-15s go to

http://www.highchelmer.com/n-e1

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Broomfield Football Club

High Chelmer are delighted to sponsor Broomfield Blaze Under 9 Football Team! The team were presented with their sponsored football kit on Sunday 11th September by Karen Howard from High Chelmer.  The manager of Broomfield Blaze Under 9 Football Team is Stuart Paterson and his assistant managers are Neil Monsell and Lee Springthorpe.

The team includes:

  • Team Captain Aaron Springthorpe (in the foreground opposite)
  • Thomas Harris
  • Jamie MacSween
  • Oliver Hills
  • Scott Thomas
  • Tom Monsell
  • Jake Paterson
  • Oliver Ingrouille
  • Jake Dixon
  • Ryan Elsted
  • Omar Sarhan
High Chelmer is delighted to support the local community and is proud to be associated with Broomfield Blaze Under 9 Football Team.   We look forward to following the team's progress over the next season and will be cheering from the sidelines at each game!

Visit the team's website.

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On Your Bike!

On 17th June Natalie Rodrigues, Centre Administrator at High Chelmer Shopping Centre, successfully completed the London to Brighton bike ride in just over 5 hours.

The route was 54 miles in total, with an estimated 27,000 cyclists taking part.  High Chelmer were proud to sponsor Natalie £250 for her successful ride and in total, Natalie raised £650 for the British Heart Foundation.

High Chelmer Shopping Centre Sponsors Staff Member for British Heart Foundation

High Chelmer's on the Ball!

High Chelmer Shopping Centre are proud sponsors of Springfield FC's new footie kit. It came in time for the new football season, where the team are determined to put it to good use and win as many matches as possible! The match played on 4th November was lost to the Springfield Ravens 3-0. Man of the Match however, was Mateus Rodrigues for his solid defending.

The match played on 11th November was a complete turn around Springfield beat Galleywood 8-0. A hat trick was scored by Jake Blundell, Mark Zagger scored four goals and Ryan Brown scored a penalty. Man of the match was Ashley Toomey.

High Chelmer Shopping Centre Sponsors Springfield FC Kit

Chelmsford Museums Sculpture Day

High Chelmer was delighted to sponsor the Family Sculpture Day at Chelmsford Museum on Saturday 24th June!  The day provided hands-on activities for all the family and entrance for all the activities was free. 

For further information about future Sculpture Days contact Anne Lutyens-Humfrey, Keeper of Art, on 01245 615123 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Netball Team Sponsorship

High Chelmer are delighted to announce their sponsorship of Moulsham High School's Under 19 Netball Team's new kit. The team became the East of England champions in January this year and are looking forward to National Schools Netball final at the end of March. Shopping Centre Manager, Mick McDonagh, said “We are proud to sponsor Moulsham High School’s Under 19 team and are thrilled with their progress so far. We wish them well for the forthcoming final!"

Squad members in training include Elizabeth Bohannan, Alise Hunter, Vanessa Lau, Vicki Poulteney, Tammy Squirrell, Verity Tofts, Catherine Turner, Lucy Wicks, Katherine Wilkinson and Lindsay Keable.

High Chelmer Shopping Centre Sponsors Moulsham High School Netball Team
 
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