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Women's Div. 2 East : Team shots 2012/2013 - Women's D2 West
Posted by Darryl Collins on 2012/8/24 13:10:00 (367 reads)

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Wimbledon WildKats


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Women's Div. 2 East : Team shots 2011/2012- Women's D 2
Posted by Darryl Collins on 2011/12/3 13:30:00 (544 reads)

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Putney Girls
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TH Lynx 1


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Women's Div. 2 East : From the Divisional Administrator
Posted by Nicola on 2011/9/1 17:00:00 (653 reads)

To: Club/Team/Fixtures Secretaries
When offering, accepting or negotiating changes of match dates please ensure you comply with Rule 2 - Match Organization and copy me with all correspondence.

To: Winning teams
To ensure the results are updated regularly, the winning team must post the score sheet to me promptly - see Rule 3 - The Match.

Thanks,

Nicola Evens - Women's Division 2 Administrator

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Women's Div. 2 East : League awards 2010 - 2011
Posted by Darryl Collins on 2011/6/20 16:40:00 (500 reads)

Open in new windowAnna Kruszewska from K.S. Osemka VC receives the Womens Division 2 runners up awards from Stuart Fullerton (Divison Administrator). The presentation took place at the End of Season Meeting held at Westminster City Hall on 18th June. Other divisional winners and runners up also received awards; the full list were ...

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Women's Div. 2 East : Away Matches
Posted by Darryl Collins on 2010/10/10 11:30:00 (252 reads)

Are you a good visitor ...

When playing matches at away venues are you guided by the home team about what to do? The staff at the venue may not differentiate between home players and visitors, so if instructions have been given to the home team previously the staff will expect you to abide by them, even though you don't know what they are! As a visiting player you can easily spoil a good and valued relationship between the home team and the venue staff by doing something unexpected or without thinking ...

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