Fulham Football Club Academy
Fulham FC's Academy is proud of its association with the London School of Economics Sportsground.
Many of the academy's activities are regularly hosted here: our u9-u15 games programme; u9-u15 training sessions and camps, Premier League tournaments and our pre academy elite development centre all use LSE.
LSE Sportsground also hosts the Fulham Foundation and other FFC related activities.
We have worked together over the past 5 years to create a 'Category 1' environment conducive to producing elite footballers.
Together, we look forward to continuing and developing this relationship.
Claygate Netball Club
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Claygate Netball Club has been established for 20 years and is affiliated to both the Surrey and Kingston netball leagues. Based just off the A3 in New Malden, the club attracts members from all over London and surrounding areas.
The club currently has two squads which train with an experienced coach every Monday night and play on Saturday mornings from September through to April.
It’s not all hard work though as Claygate NC prides itself on its competitive but friendly setup. The club takes part in numerous charity and fundraising events (including raising over £63k by breaking the world record for the longest ever netball match), netball tours and tournaments and holds regular socials in and around London.
We are always looking for new members, umpires and of course, support so if you’re looking to get involved and meet some friends along the way then you can follow us on twitter or like us on facebook to get more information and see what we are chatting about. If you want any other information or would like to come along please get in touch with Cat (Club Captain) and Debs (Recruitment Sec) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Xi Cricket Club
United Xi Cricket Club was founded in 1995 by a group of friends, who were at the time all living in same street (Fernlea Road) in Mitcham, Surrey. Most of the past and current members are from British Tamil communities.
In the early days, we played friendly matches on Sundays against teams in and around Mitcham. Later, we started playing in the Sunday league organised by British Tamils. In the last six years, we have been playing in the British Tamils Cricket League. There are currently 40 teams playing in this league which consists of four divisions. We are currently in the 1st Division but working hard to get back to the Premier Division.
For more info regarding the league please visit "http://www.btcluk.com/”