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Week - [The
Day of Judgement is Nigh for Ross in Bloom - New Photo Gallery]
[A Red Arrows
Flypast for Mum and Dad - And John said, 'Let there be rock and roll!']
[Bursar of the Year Finalist - Graduations at Ashfield Park - Topical
Photography - Ross RFC]
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of the Year Finalist
and good luck to John Docherty, Bursar of John Kyrle High
School who, after being nominated by Head Teacher, Nigel
Griffiths is among the finalists of the UK Bursar of the
National Association of Bursars will choose a winner from
among the finalists and the result will be announced at
the Merchant Taylor Hall in London in November.
is pictured below with some of the staff from John Kyrle
High School: Alison Haywood, John Docherty, Val Worsforld,
Carol Straughan, Heather Collison, Susan Fitzroy, Ilene
Fishwick, Brian Jones and Nigel Griffiths.
Reply to Nigel, JKHS
Nigel, I did not return home and see your email until
after you would have finished work for the summer holidays.
On the off-chance that you read this at home during the
holidays, the answer is yes - I can be there, 10:30 on
Graduation Day at Ashfield Park
graduation ceremony took place at Ashfield Primary School
on Monday, 18th July at which children 'graduating' from
Nursery School to full time education were each presented
with a certificate. Below, all graduates are pictured
with Head Teacher, Hilary Hines and teachers, Gaynor Duvall
and Ruth Tedstone.
Photography This Week
Summer leavers at Goodrich Primary School practise for a
special Leavers' Assembly on the last day of term.
Sports Day at Goodrich Primary School.
Ross Rugby Football Club - 'Unfamiliar Positions'
season kicks off on the 20th August with a trial game
at home. This will be a first opportunity to take stock
of this summer's hard work and give those new or returning
to the game a chance to stretch their legs. The game promises
to provide some interesting combinations of players, as
no positions in the team are given this year. The presence
of new blood and some old familiar faces returning during
the off season, will undoubtedly have had an impact, as
has the impact of those players looking to secure positions
different to that which they held last year, the starting
line up for the first game may well see some players in
unfamiliar positions. Those who are looking to play this
season will at least have a first chance to get a feel
of the ball and an opportunity to prove themselves during
this first trial game. The emphasis this year is for Ross
to be expanding on the successful aspects of their game
from last season and converting the commitment and skill
into points on the board.
committee was recently able to clarify that Ross are entered
into at least three competitions at both national and
local level as well as looking to enhance their position
in the regular league. Feedback from the committee confirms
that several sponsors are looking to contribute to the
club this year in support of they 2005/2006 season though
in what capacity is yet to be clarified. There are a number
of people this season working behind the scenes to bring
to the club the extras which maintain Ross' status as
something more that just a club for people who play rugby.
proper has started in July and despite the warm weather
has seen continued commitment from players keen to make
an impact from the very first game. Training continues
at 6:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the sports centre
off Wilton Road. Ross continues to extend the offer to
anyone experienced or new to the game or just wishing
to have a run out at their local club to come and get
involved on a Tuesday or Thursday.
forward to the start of the 2005 Season and the first
Match on August 20th 2005 at the sports centre ground
of Wilton road.
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