We even have a hot dog/hamburger van to feed you.
A mixed week suggesting that the main strength of the club is going to be in the top two sides this year with a couple of our lower sides maybe over matched in their leagues.
The first team took the long trip to Merton and after falling behind to a second half goal came back with a couple of late goals to secure a 2-1 victory. These are important games to win after a long journey and not a great pitch.
The next two games are in the cup in which we have done very badly recently, time for a good run.
The reserves with several new players scored an easy fixture in the cup 4-0 against Old Ignations, several players here who can challenge for a first team place.
The Thirds and fourths both lost in close games against St James and Winchmore Hill.
The fifths drew 2-2 and remain top of their division.
The sixth were overmatched against Old Lyonians and lost heavily and the sevens retained their 100% record with a good win against a strong Old Parks team.
Presidents lunch day is approaching on 20th October if you wish to come contact Jim McDermid