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***New Players***

If any parents  have boys or girls who wish to come and join us please contact our secretary David Boddy 01535 662944
Fri 12 Jun 2015

Race Night Saturday 21st March 2015

Attendance was a bit sparse for this fundraising event. However, those who did turn up enjoyed a great evening hosted by Bookie Danny Spencer. Many thanks Danny for organising the racing side of the evening.

Thanks to Rita Lloyd and Jill Baker for organising the bar, the delicious Pie and Pea supper and the raffle.

A profit of £280 was made. Thanks to all who attended.

Mon 23 Mar 2015

Parent Respect Guide

Here at Oakworth Juinors we vigoursly promote the Respect campaign.  We will not put up with abuse towards coaches, referees and espeicially Children.  Please all parents click on the link below and take part in the respect tutorial, you do not have to join just watch the videos and learn.  Also below you will find the for the video that Ray Winstone has filmed.  Interesting viewing I think you will all find.

Fri 20 Mar 2015

Attacking and Defending Set Plays CPD

Two of our U8 team coaches have recently continued their professional development.

Craig Taylor and David Robinson are two of our Level 1 coaches and they attended a 3 hour workshop that discussed ways in which to attack and defend set plays.

At Level 1 an FA coach must complete at least 3 hours of Continued Professional Development (CPD) each year to maintain their Licensed Coach status.

Any coach wishing to find additional courses can do so at the West Riding County FA Website...

Wed 29 Oct 2014

Safeguarding Children

In the football clubs drive to ensure a safe and enjoyable playing environment for all, the team coaches from all teams recently completed and passed the FA Safeguarding Children training course.

Passing the course is an FA requirement for any coach to maintain their Licensed Coach status and is an Oakworth Juniors FC must have.

The qualification also has to be renewed every 3 years to ensure it remains current.

Wed 29 Oct 2014