Community clubs invited to launch night at Rovers

Rovers community manager Jamie Cording (pictured) will give a presentation outlining the numerous benefits for junior community clubs from the scheme.
Rovers community manager Jamie Cording (pictured) will give a presentation outlining the numerous benefits for junior community clubs from the scheme.
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COMMUNITY CLUBS are being invited to an ambassadors scheme launch evening organised by Featherstone Rovers Foundation.

It will be held in the 1921 Suite at Big Fellas Stadium on Wednesday, November 23 (7pm).

Rovers community manager Jamie Cording will give a presentation outlining the numerous benefits for junior community clubs from the scheme. He will be joined by first-team coach Jon Sharp.

A pie and pea and pie suppper will be available at the launch night.

For more details and to confirm numbers for catering purposes contact Jamie Cording on 01977-781675 or e-mail jamie.cording@featherstonerovers.net

Rovers will hold a fans forum in the Cappers Bar on Thursday, December 1, when club chairman Mark Campbell will give updates on the latest developments, both on and off the field.

Meanwhile, Rovers say a recent instruction by HMRC to place the club on a list of businesses facing a winding up petition is incorrect.

A Rovers spokesman said: “The club are up to date with all their liabilities including all HMRC affairs, with no outstanding arrears.”