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Congratulations to our Sunday Vets who picked up the LOBS Vets Cup beating Old Chigwellians 4-2 at Riverside Lands. This was their second trophy of the delayed 2019-20 season and caps off a remarkable second season. They remain unbeaten over the last 2 years winning 3 cups in total.
Match report to follow
A big congratulations to our Sunday Vets who picked up the SAL Vets Cup beating Albanian 2-1 in a very tight game.
SAL VETS CUP FINALVENUE. OLD OWENS.OPPO . OLD ALBANIANS KO 11 AMSCORE . MEADS 2 ALBANIANS 1 M RICHARDS, E GLOVER. Today, ( Wednesday 30th Sept ) scores of Pantomine Dames ...
words from Dermot Jordan
I heard last week that Basil Williams had died suddenly of a heart attack. Basil only played for the club for a couple of years having to retire through injury before he was 30. He was simply a wonderful footballer, perhaps the most gifted that I have played with: in that period in the early ...
Following on from victory against Poly in the Steve Whiting memorial cup we pickup up our second trophy in as many weeks beating Civil Service yesterday afternoon to win the Eric Young Memorial Challenge.
It was a close contest but we edged it by one match:
1s - D 2-2
2s - L 2-1
3s - D 2-2
4s - ...
Dear Fellow Meadonians,
Over the last few weeks we've been watching as the issue of racism has once again come to the forefront of society. We've been discussing as a committee what we should say and how we should say it, but at the end of the day we just need to say what we believe. Racism is deplorable, disgusting, ...
Following a meeting of the league committee and a vote by all member clubs, the 2019/20 season has been declared null and void with all fixtures expunged. Please see below for the official notice:
Dear AFC Club Secretary & Match Secretary
Following The FA’s announcement with regards to the enforced conclusion ...
Last Saturday, 5th October, Meads members, Dermot Jordan, Simon Cartlidge, Roy Mcloughlin and myself (Kevin Quinn) visited Nottingham to watch the Championship match between Forest and Brentford. The added dimension was that Meads old boy, Albert Adomah, is now at Forest and his career, at 31, continues to flourish. ...
In September 1963 the fresh intake at Chiswick Grammar School arrived for their first day at senior school. Strong friendships were forged and, with a common passion for football, a large number subsequently went on to play for Old Meadonians, which was a closed club at the time, the school being the only source of ...
All present and past players and members and their partners are invited to attend a special gala dinner to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the club’s foundation. The dinner will be held at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 30th November starting at 7pm.
It will be a really special occasion and a wonderful opportunity ...
Congratulations to Will Gerrish, Dave Terry & Liam Smith for leading the organisation on our 90th-year celebratory 7-a-side tournament last Saturday.
The club put on a fun family-oriented event with lots of side activities to differentiate it from your normal tournament.
All fun aside the football was competitive ...