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This week voting opened for the Aviva Community Fund. We submitted our project for £1000 of funding to purchase 2 new sets of mini soccer goals. There are over 1500 entries in this funding category with only 380 projects being successful—the first 200 to reach 1000 public votes and the...
Following last year's successful collection we are pleased to support the Harvest Festival again.
On Saturday Rangers took part in the inaugural Crewkerne Relay for Life. The event was a 24 hour walking relay in aid of Cancer Research UK, and was held at Wadham School.
Rangers are very pleased to announce that they have formed a third team that will be playing in the Yeovil & District Football League Division 2 next season.
Delighted to say that last night Rangers' application to to join the Somerset Women's League was accepted! The new Ladies team, to be sponsored by The King William Inn, will be playing in Division 2 next season with home matches at Henhayes.
This week Rangers were awarded FA Charter Standard Club status. The FA Charter Standard programme is a kitemark which recognises and rewards high quality levels of provision in club football. The kitemark is awarded to clubs that are well run, sustainable, which place child protection, quality coaching and safety paramount.
A fantastic time at Rangers' first ever Minis presentation evening last night at the George Reynolds Centre. Thanks to everyone who came, to our sponsors Lyn Financial Services and GSL Tree & Landscaping Service, and most of all to the parents and children on a great season!Award winners were as...
With the Mens season over on Saturday it was time for the 2017/18 Presentation Evening. Thanks to The Windwhistle Inn for yet another fantastic meal! And congratulations to our award winners, who were as follows:First Team Players' Player = Simon DenslowFirst Team Players' Player R/Up = Steve BryantFirst Team Manager's...
Last week we were delighted to present a cheque for £650 to the League of Friends of Crewkerne Hospital. The donation is the result of a season of fundraising activities in aid of our chosen charity of the year.
Rangers Reserves were in action on Monday in the Reg Eglon Cup final against Uplyme Reserves. It was the second straight year they made the final, but unfortunately it was the same outcome this time around as in 2016.