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Attleborough gearing up for season

PUBLISHED: 13:21 30 June 2011

Attleborough Town players show off their trophie at the club's end of season presentation evening.; Back row: Kane Wettleland, Matt Wright Mihail Propustin; Front row: Jamie Forster, John Vincent (1st team manager) Jay Webb; Not in picture: Alex Ewing. Picture by Espressivo Photography.

Attleborough Town players show off their trophie at the club's end of season presentation evening.; Back row: Kane Wettleland, Matt Wright Mihail Propustin; Front row: Jamie Forster, John Vincent (1st team manager) Jay Webb; Not in picture: Alex Ewing. Picture by Espressivo Photography.

(c) Espressivo Photography.

NEW DEAL: Attleborough Town Football Club have agreed a sponsorship deal with City College, Norwich. 
Part of the deal will see the college team playing their home games here at the rec on Wednesday afternoons this coming season. 
Also returning to the rec will be ladies’ football, albeit seven-a-side. With the unfortunate disbandment of Bunwell FC, their successful ladies side will play as Attleborough Town Ladies. 
They hope to progress to a full eleven-a-side in the near future. 
Anyone who is interested in playing in the ladies’ team should contact 
Becky Hutchinson on 07970 195826.
Attleborough Town FC resumed training on Tuesday, this week, and this was followed by the annual meeting.
Anyone wishing to join the club would be welcome to go down to training on Tuesdays at 7pm.
Pictured are some of the winners at the presentation evening – Kane Wetteland, Matty Wright, Mihail Propustin, Jamie Forster and Jay Webb with first team manager John Vincent.


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