ROOSTER1980

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  1. Salford City Roosters will once again be opening their gates for all fans travelling to the AJ Bell Stadium for the Salford v Warrington game. Miss the traffic chaos and park at the Eccles club - Hallsworth Road, Eccles M30 7LS - for just £3 per car. The stadium is a little less than one mile from the Roosters clubhouse, and a 10-15 minute walk away. All proceeds raised goes to support grass roots development. Many thanks for your support.
  2. Salford City Roosters Rugby League Club will once again make their car park at Eccles available for supporters travelling to the A J Bell Stadium. Postcode is M30 7LS (Hallsworth Road, Eccles) and the cost is just £3 per car. All proceeds help to develop grass roots rugby league
  3. Salford City Roosters Amateur Rugby League, based at Hallsworth Road, ECCLES M30 7LS, will be opening their gates for parking for the Salford Red Devils' v Wigan friendly game on Sunday 24th January. Gates will be open from 1.00pm. Traffic on the A57 around the stadium is expected to be heavy, with only one lane open in each direction. For just £3 a car, park up to miss the traffic and walk to the ground in 10-15 minutes. All money raised supports grass roots rugby.
  4. Bear in mind that the 'yes' votes included Clubs who couldn't be bothered to put a vote in. There were a number of clubs who chose not to bother In my opinion a show-of-hands vote at the AGM is a much fairer way to handle this very important issue. Also bear in mind that the vote will need a 2/3rds majority to go through.
  5. Salford City Roosters have voted against dual registration.
  6. Just a reminder for all NCL Clubs to make sure their voting slips for the re-election of Eastmoor, plus the acceptance or otherwise of Ryland Sharks and Castleford Panthers - together with the vote on the acceptance or otherwise of DUAL REGISTRATION - are sent in to the RFL by the end of play tomorrow. We can't run our own league if people don't want to vote on things that will affect us all.
  7. I suggest that you read my message again! I'm saying quite the opposite. I suggested that all you doubtful dodgers out there who foolishly imagine that the Management would 'change the result to suit' could simply send a copy of their votes to the Club Reps. It's a bit sad if you don't trust the Management AND the Club Reps -and if that's the case, then you or your club haven't been doing your job well enough in the voting system that's in place. My Club will be voting against Dual Registration. I am a Club Rep. For any Club that doesn't vote or abstains - don't come moaning if you don't like how the vote went.
  8. I don't understand why any club should be worried about people knowing how they voted. All clubs are entitled to vote how they want. If you think that the vote won't be counted 'correctly' - thensend a copy of your voting email to your club reps (all four of them have their contact details shown on the NCL website). In fact, it would be a good idea if ALL the clubs copied in the club reps, then we will be able to assure you that the voting was done democratically. I'm not bothered that clubs who don't vote will be fined. It's their duty to vote on such an important issue that will affect us all one way or another. Don't not vote, then moan further down the line that we don't run our own competition!
  9. The member clubs must INSIST that it goes to a vote. The notes that were sent out by the Management asked for clubs to report back to the League if they had any comments to make. If no-one (or very few) gives feedback to the League they will assume that no reply means clubs are in favour of DR or not bothered whether it comes in or not! Member clubs MUST NOT LET APATHY bring DR into our League - it should only be brought in if the Clubs want it. If your club is for it OR against it, please respond to the Management (in writing) so that they know how to proceed at the club meeting NEXT WEEK. Club Reps will be contacting each Club secretary to discuss DR - but don't complain if it is brought in if your club hasn't been bothered to make their feelings known.
  10. An excellent 28-20 win for Salford City Roosters against Lock Lane.
  11. Car park facilities are available for Sunday's game against Salford at the SALFORD CITY ROOSTERS ground (formerly called ECCLES Amateur Rugby League Club). Situated just off the M60 at Junction 11 (Eccles/Irlam/A57). Hallsworth Road, Eccles M30 7LS. Just £3 per car, and a 15 minute walk to the stadium. Beat the traffic congestion - and avoid the "lock in" at the Red Devils car park after the game. Clubhouse and parking will be available from 11.00pm (for a 1pm kick-off) - and all proceeds from the parking goes to grass roots rugby league. We look forward to seeing you.
  12. The Red Devils' victory over Huddersfield has certainly created a buzz in Salford! The attendance at Monday's game against Wigan should be much increased - and so will the need for parking space. Salford City Roosters (formerly called Eccles Rugby League) once again open their clubhouse and car park for home and visiting fans. Gates will be open from 12.30pm - and parking is just £3 a car. Situated just off Junction 11 of the M60 - Hallsworth Road, Eccles M30 7LS - we are just a 15 minute walk from the A. J. Bell Stadium. Why not avoid the traffic congestion and the "lock in" following the game at the Stadium! We are a volunteer-run Club, and all monies raised goes to grass roots rugby league. We look forward to seeing you
  13. Car park facilities are available for Monday's game against Salford at the SALFORD CITY ROOSTERS ground (formerly called ECCLES Amateur Rugby League Club). Situated just off the M60 at Junction 11 (Eccles/Irlam/A57). Hallsworth Road, Eccles M30 7LS. Just £3 per car, and a 15 minute walk to the stadium. Beat the traffic congestion - and avoid the "lock in" at the Red Devils car park after the game. Clubhouse and parking will be available from 12.30pm - and all proceeds from the parking goes to grass roots rugby league. We look forward to seeing you.
  14. A big thank you to the St. Helens supporters who used the car park at Salford City Roosters (formerly known as Eccles Rugby League). Your support, together with the support of Salford fans, raised enough money to fund a coach of one of our junior teams to be upgraded to Level 2. Feed the grass roots for the future generations of professional players. Good luck for the rest of the season.
  15. There were more than four applicants Bowes. The NCL don't have a list of Pennine League Clubs that they'd like to add to the NCL, but it would seem that as soon as an existing NCL club pulls out, another Club jumps at the opportunity of applying. You can only assume that all is not as it should be in the Pennine League.