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BARNET SUNDAY LEAGUE NEWS

The Barnet Sunday League Constitution for Season 2018-2019 has now been announced and is viewable on the League’s Football.Mitoo website at THIS LINK. An extra division has been added this season with 17 new teams joining the League, but we will still be in Division One as most of those new teams have been placed in the bottom two divisions. To see Division One, CLICK HERE.
This Division will be extremely tough for us, and with only two wins in our last 20 matches, we are currently the favourites to finish bottom of the table for sure. We therefore badly need some committed new players who are going to get us back on track, and we hope we can find some during Pre-Season.

  

PRE-SEASON TRAINING

Our Pre-Season Training sessions for the forthcoming 2018-2019 Season will continue on Wednesday evenings at Enfield Playing Fields for the rest of August until it gets dark too early. Full details can be found on our Forthcoming Fixtures page.
New players who wish to join us MUST read the Club Information page on this website first before they contact Manager Tony McKay for permission to come along for a trial.

  

NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR SEASON 2018-2019

Following our recent club A.G.M., we have made a number of changes to our Club Rules & Regulations. These can all now be found in detail on the Club Information Page of this website.

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KEVIN YOUNG - R.I.P.

We are saddened and shocked to hear that one of our ex-players from the 1990’s, Kevin Young, suddenly passed away at his home recently aged just 47. Kev, who was affectionately known as ‘Stumpy’ due to his lack of height, played 37 matches for us in the early/mid-90’s under Manager Trevor Hughes at a time when we fielded a team full of players in their late-teens/early-20’s who all socialised with each other off the pitch down the Polo Club in Tottenham on a Saturday night and also down the Stag & Hounds Pub in Little Bury Street, Edmonton which we as a club used as our post-match base back then. Kev was very much a part of that and he is seen in the Rovers squad picture left from 1991 alongside two of his great drinking mates in Mark Howley (centre) and Russell Beeden (in the green & black). Kev was not the greatest player and struggled to gain a regular place in the side in his favoured right midfield position as we had some very good players playing for us at the time, but he was often in attendance as a supporter, both at matches and at club social occasions. Being an international-standard trampolinist, what he did have on the field of play was the most incredible triple-somersault goalscoring celebration, and that is definitely what he will be remembered for most of all during his time with the club. We send our condolences to Kev’s friends & family at this difficult time.

  

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