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Pickering Town 3-1 Goole AFC
Although it would be churlish to say that Goole AFC deserved victory from Saturday’s Northern Counties East premier Division game at Pickering Town, the final scoreline of 3-1 does them no justice on an afternoon when there was little to choose between the sides. And the Vikings can ruefully reflect on two injuries at half time which led to a reshuffle, and also a disgraceful decision by the referee which ultimately led to the deciding third goal for Pickering eight minutes from time…
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We are closing for the new members real soon, please get in touch asap to join the club!
Well the wheels came off at Harrogate Railway in what was one of our worst second half performances of the season. It was just like when we lost to Selby in the Presidents cup. No heart, no passion and we got what we deserved nothing!
Children inspired by football and languages
Local schoolchildren are being invited to explore today’s ‘world without borders’ as part of a new community project that mixes football, languages and culture.
Along with Goole AFC, Howden-based interpreting and translation company EITI and Sheffield based football training equipment manufacturer Quickplay Sport have teamed together to develop an educational workshop which will introduce children to the RESPECT programme currently being utilised in professional football. More details on project dates will feature on the website shortly.
We are closing!
Goole AFC has revealed plans for a spectacular Presentation Ball and Fundraising Dinner at the Vikings Hotel, Goole, on Saturday 7 May 2005. As well as featuring the presentation of trophies to the club’s star players, the evening will raise money for Goole’s community- and school-based projects. It will also include a reunion of the club’s famous 1976-77 FA Cup side…
Reserve team volunteer
The reserve team need a volunteer to go to away reserve matches as our official club representative. Responsibilities include completing all necessary paperwork and submitting a match report. If you are interested please use the contact form, or alternatively you can phone during office hours on 01430 457013