100 Club Winners - November 2019 (posted Mon 2nd Dec 2019)
The monthly draw took place after the 1st Team victory over London Colney and the lucky winners were:- 2nd Nov: Alan Foskett £10; 9th Nov: Mick Eldridge £10; 16th Nov: Pete Oakley £10; 23rd Nov: Gill Eldridge £10; 30th Nov: Brian Bruton £100 and Darrell Bodimeade £30.
Winnings can be collected from the Club Bar on match days. We do have a few spare numbers at just £1 per week - support your Club.
100 Club Winners - October 2019 (posted Tue 5th Nov 2019)
The monthly draw took place after the abandoned mid-week match against Newport Pagnell and the winners for the month of October were: Dave Martin £10; Mick Eldridge £10; Chris Martin £10, Mick Hartley £100 and Jamie Robbins £30. Winnings can be collected from the Club bar on match days.
CAR PARKING (posted Sun 28th Jul 2019)
New parking controls are being implemented in the main shared car park at Pendley Sports Centre with effect from 3rd August 2019.
In order to optimise the use of the car park, and ensure members are not impacted by inappropriate parking, Pendley Sports Centre has decided to implement controls whereby cars must be parked within a marked parking bay.
Failure to park within a marked parking space risks a fine being issued by the parking control partner CPM Ltd. There is now clear signage around the car park that explains requirements and penalties.
Please rest assured that the parking controls and any associated fines will be managed in the first instance by nominated Authorised Club Officials from each of the clubs sharing the car park.
The desire is to avoid issuing fines if at all possible, but ensure proper and responsible parking by all users of the car park - this will be to the benefit of club members.
Code of Conduct - spectators / supporters (posted Sun 23rd Jun 2019)
We expect our players who represent our club to behave in a respectful way throughout the season. There are also responsibilities attaching to our supporters who come and watch our teams. in fact, we should set an example of good behaviour so that our players can take a lead from us. The club has produced a Code of Conduct which it attached. it is set out to help increase awareness of the standards of behaviour that are expected within the modern game.
CODE OF BEHAVIOUR FOR SUPPORTERS, PARENTS, SPECTATORS
Play your part and support Tring Athletics Code of Respect:
Enjoy match day; its what were all here for!
Celebrate good play from both sides
Always respect the Officials, Managers and Coaches and encourage players to do the same
Stay behind the boundaries/touchline at all times
When players make mistakes, give them encouragement to try again next time
Never engage in, or tolerate offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour
If you do not follow the Code, you may be:
issued with a verbal warning
asked to leave the ground
required to meet with the Club Committee, League or Child Welfare Officer
obliged to undertake an FA education course
requested not to attend future games, be suspended or have my membership removed
issued with a fine