Sky Sports at the Clubhouse
Don't forget that you can watch all the remaining action in the Super League X season on Sky Sports in the comfort of the clubhouse and enjoy refreshments at half time.
Club in the news
Stanley Rangers featured in the "Spotlight on..." feature in Issue 30 of the Last Tackle magazine. The two page spread covered the history of the club from its beginnings in 1919 to the present day with a full page of photos. Last Tackle can be bought in Super League club shops and at selected newsagents price £2.
Stanley Sevens in Final
Stanley Rangers competed in the annual Wakefield and District Amateur Rugby League Sevens tournament at Clarence Park last weekend. A total of 13 teams took place in the competition and in the final, Stanley Rangers were beaten 18-6 by Eastmoor who took the Fred Lindop Memorial trophy. In the first round, Stanley were given a bye; in the second round they beat Westgate Redoubt 12-8; in the semi-finals Stanley beat Eastmoor A 10-4 and then lost in the final 6-18 to Eastmoor.
Under 18s training nights
The Under 18s will be training at the Clubhouse on Thursday evenings at 7pm. This is a great opportunity to build up pre-season fitness and to meet the new team members and coach Tom. Prospective players will be welcome.
Open Age and U18 Training
The Open Age and the Under 18s have begun their training for the 2005-6 season on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.50pm. Currently training is at the clubhouse but will soon be moving to the old Lofthouse pit site. All past, present and new players are welcome to come and train.
All our age group teams are looking for new players so why not email the Secretary and let us know which age group you are interested in.
Stanley Rangers ARLFC are pleased to announce that they have gained the Sport England Clubmark. This is an accreditation scheme run by Sport England which sets the standard for all quality sports clubs in England. The Clubmark certificate was presented to club representatives at Blackpool at the GMB National Cup Final. Congratulations must go the Club Committee members whose hard work gained the Club this achievement. [ Clubmark ].
James Davey and Taz Wildey have now begun the second part of their exchange with Rockhampton State High School pupils, Raymond Garrett and Robert Chelepy. They have already played their first game for Rockhampton High which was a 25-10 win. Photos of the boys at the 3rd State of Origin game in Brisbane can be seen [ Photos ].
Vic Sellers Day
Our annual tribute to Vic Sellers who was a long-standing member of Stanley Sports and Social Club and who sadly passed away in 2003 will take place on July 30th at the Clubhouse at 1pm. There will be darts, dominoes, cricket and rugby and a barbeque. Everyone is welcome. [ Vic Sellers Day, 2004 ]
There will be a Sportsmans Dinner at Hatfield Hall, Stanley (Normanton Golf Club) on Saturday 19th August at 7.30pm. There will be a 3-course dinner and the compere will be Malcolm Lord. There will also be a comedian and an auction. Tickets are £30 per person and are available from John Holroyd and Wayne Grice.
Annual General Meeting
A reminder that the AGM is at the Clubhouse at 1pm on Sunday 19th June.
Stanley Rangers reaction to Conference rejection
The rejection of Stanley Rangers application to join the National Conference League has left the club disappointed and frustrated. The club's third application to join the National Conference was turned down with the reason that there were too many clubs in the locale already in the National Conference League (NCL). Club secretary Barbara Rawlinson said in an interview with The Wakefield Express: “We are totally shocked by the decision. It just doesn’t make sense. Rugby League has always been a sport with very specific pockets of support in this part of the country. This area and many others in Lancashire and Hull make up the majority of clubs in both amateur and professional rugby league. It’s all-the-more frustrating as this decision seems to suggest that no club in the area or within a given distance of other clubs in the Conference has any chance of entering the league. Had we been aware of this three years ago we could have explored different avenues. Instead we focused all our efforts on the National Conference because of the standard of play and every indication was that if we met all other criteria we would be supported in our application.”
The club has also achieved the prestigious ‘Clubmark’, a quality standard which very few clubs in the Conference can equal.
Open age coach Lee Sampson was equally bemused by the decision: “Not only is the ground and other facilities at this club excellent, we actually believe them to out-class many in the NCL."
A spokesman for the NCL said: "There were two applications. One from Stanley, the other from Egremont Rangers. One club was going to be disappointed and on this occasion it was Stanley because Egremont was the stronger of the two candidates."
The full version of this interview can be seen at:
Open Age Presentation Evening
The Open Age Presentation evening for the first team and A team was held on Saturday 4th June at the Clubhouse in the capable hands of coaches Lee Sampson and Mark Riley. Photos of the evening can be seen at [ Photos ] and copies of any of the photos can be obtained from the [webmaster].
Success in Blackpool Sevens
Congratulations go to the Stanley Rangers 7s team who who put up a fantastic performance at the 50th Blackpool Sevens competition on Sunday 29th May. They were eventually defeated in the Final by West Bowling, 28-10. A big thank-you must go the Stanley Rangers supporters whose vocal support encouraged the team through all their matches! [ Photos ]
Blackpool Sevens trip
Stanley Rangers will be sending a team to take part in the Blackpool Sevens on Sunday 29th May at the Stanley Park Arena beginning at 12noon till 7pm. A 54-seater coach has been booked to go to the Sevens, a so there will be room for spectators to go. We are hoping to make it a family day, so wives, girlfriends and children are welcome. The cost per spectator will be £5.00. The coach will be leaving at about 9 o-clock from the clubhouse and returning straight after the tournament at about 6.00/6.30ish. If anyone is interested in going please contact the Club Secretary and seats will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis. [ Stanley Park ]
Australian sunshine ahead
Next month sees the second part of the school exchange of Taz Wildey and James Davey to Rockhampton, Australia. A recent photo of some of the lads that the Stanley boys will be meeting arrived at the website recently from Rockhampton High School. Looks like its sunshine all the way! [ Photo ]
Conference application disappointment
Stanley Ranger ARLFC's application to be admitted to the National Conference League has been turned down. Reaction from the Club will be on the website shortly.
National Conference League Final
The National Conference League Premiership Grand Final takes place on Saturday 21st May between Leigh Miners Rangers and Wath Brow Hornets. The kick off is at 2.30pm and directions are in our Club Directory [ Orrell RUFC ].
Stanley Rangers were denied a place in the Final of the Premier Division play-offs with a last minute try from opponents Queens on Saturday 14th May.
Mark Applegarth interview
In an interview with the Wakefield Express Sport after the Wakefield Trinity Wildcat's victory over London Broncos, ex-Stanley player Mark Applegarth discussed his progress in rugby. Mark is one of four former Stanley Rangers players currently in the Trinity squad, along with Craig Robinson, Kevin King and Rob Spicer. A full version of the interview can be seen at:
Presentation Evening Dates
With the end of the season in sight, our teams have booked their Presentation Nights at the Clubhouse. The Under 18s is on Sunday 1st May; Friday May 6th is the Under 14s; Saturday June 4th is the Open Age night; on Friday June 24th the Under 11s have their presentation evening and on Sunday July 24th is the Under 8s evening.
Race Night at the Club
Fancy a flutter? Race Night at the Clubhouse is tomorrow on Saturday 23rd April at 7.30pm so come along and enjoy a good night out [ Events ].
Stanley youth in the news
Three of Stanley Rangers' young players have signed for Super League clubs. Jordan Horsfield and Adrian Hampshire have been with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the scholarship programme and have now signed professional terms. Both have played for Yorkshire and Horsfield played for England Under 15s. Nathan Armitage captain of the Yorkshire Cup winning Under 16s, who played for England against the French team in the Test matches this year, has signed for the Bradford Bulls and has already played for the Junior Academy.
Disappointment for Rangers
Stanley were beaten by Sharlston Rovers 42-8 in the Unison President's Cup at the Atlantic Solutions Stadium. Although Stanley were still well in touch at the interval 8-10, Sharlston dominated the second half and came away the victors.
Stanley Rangers will face old rivals Sharlston Rovers in the final of the Wakefield and District League's Unison President's Cup tomorrow night, Tuesday 5th April. The match will be held at Wakefield Trinity Wildcat's Atlantic Solutions Stadium and the kick off is 7pm. Your support for this match will be greatly appreciated.
Under 16s Cup Final Victory
The Under 16s had a convincing 51-0 win over Walton Warriors in the Final of the Wakefield Unison Youth Final on Saturday 19th March [Report ]. This win, added to their Yorkshire Cup Final win earlier in the year, brings the Under 16s towards the conclusion of a successful season.
Disappointment for Stanley
Stanley had a disappointing end to their cup run in the Fred Marshall Senior Cup when they were beaten by Moorends 32-24 in the semi-final [ Report ].
Senior Cup semi-final for Stanley
Stanley Rangers will travel to Moorends on Saturday 19th March for the semi-final of the Senior Cup.
Under 16s Cup Final
The Under 16s will be in the Final of the Wakefield Unison Youth Final against Walton Warriors at the Lionheart Stadium, Featherstone on Saturday 19th March, kick off at 12.00. We wish the boys luck and your support at the game would be greatly appreciated.
Kick off for the Under 8s and 9s
With the beginning of Spring, our youngest sides, the Under 8s, emerging Under 8s and Under 9s, begin their season. Their fixtures can be found on their team pages.
The draw for the semi finals of the Fred Marshall Senior Cup has seen Stanley Rangers away to Moorends and Sharlston Rovers versus either Cutsyke or Hunslet Old Boys. Date to be announced.
Following their win over Kettlethorpe in the semi-final on Saturday 16th February, Stanley Rangers will face old rivals Sharlston Rovers in the final of the Wakefield and District League's Unison President's Cup. The match will be held at Wakefield Trinity Wildcat's Atlantic Solutions Stadium on Tuesday 5th April.
Stanley Rangers take on Kettlethorpe at home on Saturday 26th February in the semi-final of the Wakefield and District Unison President's Cup. Your support will be appreciated for this cup tie game.
Sky Sports at the Clubhouse
Why not enjoy watching all the action in the Super League X season on Sky Sports in the comfort of the clubhouse? Refreshments at half time.
Don't forget that there will be a Valentine's Party at the Clubhouse on Saturday 26th February at 7.30pm with a Hawaiian theme [ Events ].
Craig Fawcett of Stanley Rangers has been selected as part of a 24-man squad for the BARLA Great Britain Under 21s. Matches have been arranged with the Irish Students - at Blackbrook on Wed. March 21st - and against the British Police at Shaw Cross on Wed 15th June. Games are also planned with the Civil Service, the RAF and the Army.
Snowfall at Stanley
Snowy conditions in Yorkshire today are shown in these photos taken early this morning [ Snowfall ].
Under 9s at Atlantic Solutions Stadium
Stanley Rangers Under 9s took part in an afternoon of mini-rugby at Wakefield Trinity Wildcat's Atlantic Stadium on Saturday 19th February prior to the game against Wigan Warriors. Junior teams from schools and amateur clubs in Wakefield District took part in an afternoon of rugby league encouraged by coaches and parents [ Photos on the Wildcats website].
A tense finish saw the Under 18s just beaten by two points by Upton in the semi-final of the Wakefield and District Cup.
The Open Age travel to Hunslet Old Boys this weekend whilst the A team have a home game against East Leeds.
Stanley Rangers in the press
Stanley Rangers Under 16s feature in Issue 26 of Last Tackle in a report of the BARLA Yorkshire Youth Cup Finals played on the 23rd January along with a team photo.(Last Tackle magazine can be bought from the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats shop). Elsewhere this week's Wakefield Express has fine photos of the Open Age team in action in their win over Brotherton; ex-Stanley player Kev King in action for the Wildcats and Open Age player Mark Robinson taking part in a charity relay race from Wakefield to Scarborough in aid of the Wakefield Council and Lightwaves Leisure Centre fund raiser for the tsunami disaster appeal. If you spot any news on Stanley Rangers in the press please let me know [webmaster ].
Narrow defeat in Cup round
Stanley Rangers were narrowly beaten 18-20 by Illingworth in the first round of the Powergen Challenge Cup [ Report ]. The Open Age are back in cup action next weekend when they travel to Brotherton in the Fred Marshall Senior Cup whilst the A team have a home game against Heworth A.
Australian Exchange Presentation Evening
The Under 16s held a presentation evening for Robert Chelepy and Raymond Garrett, the Australian schoolboys who were on an exchange with Outwood Grange College and who trained and played with the Under 16s. Mark Appleyard and Kevin King from Wakefield Trinity Wildcats attended the evening and presented signed Trinity shirts [ Photos ].
Powergen Challenge Cup First round game
Stanley Rangers travel to Illingworth in the first round of the Powergen Challenge Cup on Saturday 5th February, kick off at 1.30. A coach has been booked and there are limited places. If you are interested please contact Barbara at the Clubhouse. Directions to Illingworth can be found in the Club Directory [ Illingworth ].
Stanley Rangers A are away to Eastmoor Dragons A on Saturday 29th January.
Win for Under 16s
Stanley Rangers Under 16s beat Smawthorne 6-4 in the BARLA Yorkshire Cup Final. Congratulations to the team and coach Richard Hampshire [ Report ]. The team take on Kells ARLFC Under 16s in the BARLA National Cup Round 2 on Sunday 30th January, kick off 1.00.
Narrow defeat for Stanley
Hunslet Warriors beat Stanley 14-13 in the 3rd round of the GMB Union National Cup in the final moments of the match when Stanley's conversion attempt hit the upright and bounced the wrong way [ Report ].
Under 16s Final
The Under 16s will be playing Smawthorne in the BARLA Yorkshire Cup Final on Sunday 23rd January at the Boulevard, Hull. The Yorkshire Youth Cup Finals begin at 10am, with Stanley's game timed to kick off at 12.15. All supporters should use the Massey Close entrance and admission will be on the gate of £2 for adults and £1 for concessions. Good luck to the lads!
Victory in the Challenge Cup
An excellent win 15-14 over Conference Division Two leaders Eastmoor has put Stanley Rangers into the next round of the Powergen Challenge Cup [ Open Age ].
Under 8s season dates
The second half of the Under 8s season will begin on March 6th, 2005. More details of the fixtures will be on the team page shortly [ Under 8s team ].
Stanley Sports and Social Club will be holding a Valentine's Party at the Clubhouse on the 26th February at 7.30pm with a Hawaiian theme[ Events ].
Kick off time for Challenge Cup game
Please note that the Challenge Cup game on Saturday 15th January against Eastmoor will kick off at 1.30pm. Your support for this match will be greatly appreciated.
All-Wakefield fixture in Challenge Cup
Stanley Rangers face Eastmoor in the preliminary round of the Challenge Cup on January 15th in a home tie.
Ex Stanley players in action
The traditional Boxing Day friendly between Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats saw several ex-Stanley players feature in the Wakefield line up. Brothers Adam and Craig Robinson, Kevin King and Rob Spicer all took part in the match. Elsewhere, Warren Jowett, former coach of the Under 17s, scored for his new club Dewsbury Rams, Simon Greenwood-Haigh (Under 17s) played for Hunslet Hawks and Richard Colley has moved from Bradford to Barrow. Take a look at the Stanley Rangers [ Roll of Honour ] and email [ me ] if you have any additions or changes to make to this section.
Grand Christmas Draw 2005
The winning numbers for the Xmas Draw can be found on the [ Events and Fundraising ] page.
There will be no fixtures over the Christmas period. Games resume from January 8th.
The Under 16s reached the final of the BARLA Yorkshire Cup with a 24-6 win over Norland Sharks, whilst the Under 18s beat Normanton Knights to go through to the final of the Wakefield Cup.
GMB Union National Cup odds
An advert in the League Weekly by Taylor's Bookmakers offers odds of 66-1 for Stanley Rangers in the GMB Union National Cup Final Winners. (Odds of 7-2 are offered for Wath Brow Hornets).
The club will be open on Monday 27th December from 12noon. There will be lads vs dads and a men vs ladies at rugby. Also on New Year's Eve there will be a family disco from 7pm onwards [ Events ].
Grand Christmas Draw 2004
Don't forget that your tickets needs to be returned to the clubhouse this week as the Xmas draw will take place at the clubhouse on Saturday 18th December. Prizes include hampers, wine, beer, a DVD player, watches and a camera. Remember no ticket means no prize to keep those ticket stubs safe!
Stanley through to Round Three
A 10-6 win over Golborne Parkside secures Stanley Rangers a passage through to Round Three of the GMB Union National Cup. In the draw for round three, Stanley have an away fixture against Hunslet Warriors who are in Division One of the NCL. This round is to be played on either the 15th or 22nd January, 2005, subject to the involvement of several clubs in the Powergen Challenge Cup Preliminary Round which takes priority.
Powergen Challenge Cup Preliminary Round Draw
Stanley Rangers are one of four CMS Yorkshire League clubs entered into the draw for the Preliminary Round of the Challenge Cup which will take place at Red Hall on Wednesday 15th December.
Thanks to Stanningley
Thanks from Stanley's Rangers Under 14s player Jake Brown to the Stanningley players and officials who held a collection for him after he broke his ankle during the game against the Leeds side on the 14th November. A letter from Jake was also published in the Rugby Leaguer and League Express on Monday 13th December thanking Stanningley for their generosity.
GMB Union National Cup Round Two
This Saturday (11th December) sees Stanley Rangers travel to Lancashire to take on Golborne Parkside in the second round of the GMB Union National Cup. Golborne, who are 5th in Division Three of the NW Counties League beat Southport 58-0 last weekend [ Link to Golborne Parkside page ].
In the CMS Yorkshire League Fred Marshall Senior Cup, Stanley have an away fixture against Brotherton on the 5th February 2005.
Interview with exchange players
Robert Chelepy and Raymond Garrett had their first taste of playing British rugby when they played for the Under 16s this weekend. The result was a win for Stanley against Churwell Chiefs 38-12 [ Interview and photos ].
Australian Schoolboys for Stanley
Rockhampton State High School year 11 students Raymond Garrett and Robert Chelepy have begun a two-month rugby league exchange program with Wakefield's Outwood Grange College. The talented 16-year-old players will live, breathe and sleep rugby league and also attend school on the inaugural tour. The pair was selected to represent the school after excelling on the sporting fields this year. For Garrett and Chelepy, their first trip overseas will also take in Sunday morning's Tri-Nations final between Australia and Great Britain. The Rockhampton duo will play in the school competition for Outwood Grange and represent Stanley Rangers Under 16s during the club season. They return home on January 25 [Link to Rockhampton Morning Bulletin].
Sunrise over Stanley
A spectacular sunrise on a frosty November morning at the club [ Photos ].
Clubhouse licence renewed
The licence for the Stanley Sports and Social Club has been granted for a further two years. The Club would like to thank everyone for their support and co-operation in this matter and would ask everyone using the clubhouse to continue to treat our neighbours with consideration.
Open Age Team Building Evening
The Open Age had a team building evening on the 6th November. Fancy dress was the order of the day and the general theme was the 70s! Leaving the clubhouse, a number of local pubs were visited before a trip to Westgate's clubs [ Open Age evening ].
BBC Sports Academy website
Our junior players should enjoy the Academy page for rugby league in the BBC Sports website. There are sections on skills, master classes, jargon, rules, videos and quizzes to take part in. Have a look by following the link on our [ Links ] page.
The website has been redesigned and a new feature - a [ Virtual Tour ] of the Club - has been added. Please note that photos on the website can now be purchased by contacting the [ webmaster ].
Stanley Sports and Social Club would like to advise all dog owners that in the interests of the health of everyone, particularly children, and in the light of the ever-increasing problem of dog fouling of the playing and access areas, dog walking and exercising on all areas associated with Stanley Sports and Social Club is to be stopped with immediate effect. Action will be taken against anyone found to be ignoring this decision.
GMB Union National Challenge Cup draw
In Round 2 of the GMB Union National Challenge Cup, Stanley Rangers have been drawn against the winners of the Round1 match between Golborne Parkside and Southport. This will be an away fixture and is to be played on Saturday 11th December.
The Open Age team take on Sharlston Rovers in a Premier Division fixture at home on Saturday 13th November, whilst the A Team face Oulton Raiders A also at home (school pitch). Kick off is 2pm.
Under 8s and 9s
The Under 8s and 9s have now finished their season until March 2005. They are continuing to train at Outwood Grange College in the Sports Hall and the Gym on a Wednesday evening 6-7pm. Boys and girls are welcome to join the teams and further details can be obtained from Emma King at the [ Clubhouse ].
Stanley Rangers came out winners 54-28 against Stanningley Crown in the Fred Marshall Senior Cup game. Tries came from Gareth Whitehead, Dave Baxter, John Cooper, Danny Millington, Stuart Godfrey, Andy Hill and Chris Milford. Next weekend sees action in the Wakefield and District Cup with the Open Age team travelling to Ackworth and the A team away to Normanton.
Stanley had a close fought battle with Elland in the fourth round of the Tetley's Yorkshire Cup but just lost out 4-8. They now face Stanningley Crown in the Fred Marshall Senior Cup this Saturday, 30th October, whilst the A Team travel to Milford Marlins in the Alliance Cup.
New backer for cup competitions
The Wakefield and District ARL U13 Cup kicks off this Saturday (23rd Oct) backed by a new sponsorship deal with Unison. The public sector union already sponsors the open age Presidents Cup and has now agreed to sponsor Wakefield's age limit cup competitions from under 13 to under 18. Stanley's Under 13s team meet Westgate Redoubt U13s at home on Saturday, kick off 1.30pm.
Cup clash with league leaders
Stanley face Cup holders Elland in the fourth round of the Tetley's Yorkshire Cup on Saturday 23rd October. Elland had a hard-fought victory against Sharlston in the third round.
Player on the move
Danny Kirmond, Stanley Rangers Under 18s, has signed a three year contract with National League 1 side Featherstone Rovers. Danny recently toured with the BARLA GB Under 18s side. Rovers director Steve Lingard said "One of the things that attracted Danny to Rovers was the fact that age is never a barrier to first team football here" (Rugby League Express, 11.10.04).
Yorkshire Cup round begins
The Open Age team enter the Tetley's Yorkshire Cup in Round 3 when they play Siddal at home on Saturday 9th October. Elsewhere the current holders Elland travel to Sharlston to play the Rovers in a repeat of the 2001 Final.
Adam takes Sports Award
Adam Milner was named junior male sportsperson of the year in the Wakefield District Sports Awards. Adam, who played in the Stanley Under 13s team last season, achieved his success in several different sports, including rugby league and union, soccer, cricket and badmington. Our congratulations go to Adam and all the representatives of Stanley Rangers who were nominated for awards.
Wakefield District Sports Awards
Stanley Rangers players and coaching staff have been nominated in the annual Wakefield District Sports Awards, organised by the Yorkshire Weekly Newspaper Group in conjunction with Wakefield District Council. In the Junior Team Performance of the Year, Stanley Rangers Under 15s have been nominated in the rugby league category for their 100% winning record last season and winning all three major trophies in their age group. In the Junior Male Sportsperson of the Year, Matthew Wildie is nominated in the rugby category representing Outwood Grange College in the National Rugby League final in Cardiff where he won the Kevin Sinfield man of the match award. Matty plays for Stanley Rangers and in the Wakefield District Service Area teams. Also in this category are Jordan Horsfield who played for last season's Under 15s team and Adam Milner. Jordan has represented his school, the Wakefield Service Area, Yorkshire and England and is in his 3rd scholarship season at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. Adam has played both rugby union and league for Outwood Grange College, soccer, cricket, athletics and badmington. He is currently on a scholarship with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. In the Manager/Coach of the Year award, Richard Hampshire represents Stanley in the rugby league category. Richard coached the successful Under 15s team last season and is also involved with scholarship training at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. The presentation evening is at Painthorpe Country Club on Monday September 27th and we send congratulations and good luck to all our nominees.
2004-5 Season begins
The 20004 season begins this weekend with five of our teams in action. The Open Age play Chequerfield at home on Saturday 4th September, k.o. 2.30pm and the A team are in action away against Chequerfield A on Saturday. . On Sunday 5th September, the Under 8s are taking part in a tournament at New Earswick, the Under 14s will be playing West Hull at home and the Under 16s also play West Hull at home.
The new [ team ] details are now on the website and fixtures will be added shortly.
Match Days: please note that on match days, stewards will be at the entrance to the ground to give directions about parking. You are requested not to park on the side of Lee Moor Road but to follow the directions the stewards will give you. Your co-operation in this is greatly appreciated by Stanley Sports and Social Club.
Sportsman's Dinner, September 10th
Following on from the successful dinner in aid of the BARLA GB Young Lions squad, there will be a Sportsman's Dinner on Friday, September 10th at Normanton Golf Club. Malcolm Lord and Gary Schofield will be guests with comedian Venn Treacey. Tickets will be £25 and will be available shortly.
Stanley Sports and Social Club - Petition
Stanley Sports and Social Club provide facilities for over 250 youngsters within the local area. It is in danger of losing its liquor licence. If this were to happen it will struggle financially to support the present number of rugby and cricket teams at the club. A petition is available in the Clubhouse and also within shops in Stanley that you can sign to show your support for the Club. A copy of the petition is also available on this website [ Petition ]. All support is needed for this very important matter.
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