20 Apr 2018 in News


The Rangers AGM took place on Wednesday, April 25th, at the Club. Secretary Peter Townsend reported on a groundbreaking year for Rangers in 2017. With two open age teams and a Masters, and junior teams at all but one age-group, on the pitch the club is stronger than every in terms of participation. Our new clubhouse, which it’s easy to forget is little more than a year old, is more than paying for itself with the main room increasingly being booked for parties, christenings and even weddings. It’s also used by other community groups who pay to rent the room. Despite our huge fundraising effort, we still had to borrow around £100 thousand to comeplete the job. All the income generated helps us to pay down that debt and support what happens on the pitch. 

Peter revealed that the Committee is already looking forward with plans to improve the facility in the short and long term, including a gymnasium, a medical room and a meeting room where coaches can review matches and hold discussions with their team. The club is also preparing to spend in excess of £10 thousand to get the floodlights fixed, which would enable us to use the main pitch for training and matches across more of the year.

Those in key positions on the Committee were all reappointed.


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