On Saturday 21 April, supporters of St Albans City Football Club will undertake a walk covering the heritage of the club by visiting various sites in the city. The walk has been organised by the Supporters Trust. Chairman Ian Rogers said, “ The walk will cover a brief history of the club covering various sites of interest. It will also mean that a number of supporters will walk to our home match with Hampton & Richmond Borough, rather than driving, thus achieving one of the objectives of Sustainable St Albans Week".
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The updated positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 8 April, are as follows and it's all change, once again. Karina Hames moves up 7 places to claim top spot but it is Lindsey McLeod who rockets 30 places up to 2nd position. There are other significant gains for John Sanderson, Greg Needorf, Junko Edwards and Tom Norman. Going in the other direction are Sue Sylvester, John Knock, John Feneley and Richard Stanwell. We are now at the business end now and it is still very close. Not long to go .............................
The news that a submission has been made to build a new ground along with an enabling development of 400 houses at Chiswell Green adjacent to the M25, is probably of no surprise to supporters. The owners have for a number of years made clear their intentions to provide a ground that facilitates more than just 1 or 2 matches a fortnight, something that is not achievable at Clarence Park due to the limited space and restrictive covenant on the location.
This year's Music Quiz took place in the Saints Bar on Friday 23 February, with yet anoither tight finish between the top 2 teams. The quiz was set and run on the night by Ian Rogers and attracted a great turnout of 9 teams and 53 people, including Ingve, Per and Thomas over from Oslo to join Rolf in the Norwegian Branch team. A very enjoyable evening was had by everyone.
The final positions were as follows -
1. The Butlins Massive 332
2. The Thursday Night Music Club 321
3. What Is a Sentiment? 307
4. Grey Matters 272
The updated positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 28 January, sees past winner Mick Roberts taking closer order only 2 points behind John Feneley, with the chasing pack just, containing the dangerous Vince Duffy and Richard Funnell, a further point behind. The biggest risers this time around are Rolf Børresen up 12 places, Roger Aggett and Tom Norman both up 11 and Simon Edwards up 10 places. Junko Edwards, Sarah Hilliard and Steve Whiting fall 24, 22 and 14 places, respectively.
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