Sleights FC on the look-out for a new manager

Sleights FC are inviting applications for the vacant first team manager’s position.

By Andy Bloomfield
Wednesday, 11th May 2022, 11:49 am
Updated Wednesday, 11th May 2022, 2:46 pm
Sleights FC win the Hospital Cup final

The Beckett League First Division club are the reigning Ryedale Hospital Cup and Gordon Harrison Memorial Trophy holders.

They have their own home ground at the AC Building and Property Maintenance Sports on Lowdale Lane in the village, with a secretary, treasurer and committee all in place.

Previous boss Ed Turner resigned for personal reasons but will remain at the club in another capacity.

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Chairman Andrew Snaith said: “I want to thank Ed for all his hard work it’s no exaggeration to say there would be no club without him.

“I’m delighted he’s staying on the committee and will be taking over as our new treasurer.

"We have a great youth section which is ever expanding thanks to Mark, Si, Tom, Andy, Jim, Taylor and everyone involved with our under 12s, 13s and miniballers.

"Volunteers are always welcome as well as players of 4-14, parents can get in touch for more details and of course adult players for the first team are welcome and there’ll be more on training for next season in the next few weeks.”

Sleights FC skipper Charlie Smith scores in the Ryedale Hospital Cup final

Anyone wishing to apply should contact the club chairman on [email protected]