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Sheringham Community Paper Sports News

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Sheringham Youth U12
On Saturday 17 April a team of 9 boys from Sheringham’s U12s had the chance to play at Norwich City Football Ground before the Canaries played Walsall.

The team from Sheringham enjoyed their experience, but could only manage to draw 1 – 1, unlike Norwich who managed to bet Walsall 5 – 0.

Sheringham Youth FC runs a football team for all youngsters from under 8 to under 16 and are now taking on players for next season.

So any new budding stars out there who would like to play for a football team and enjoy days out like the boys from the U12s, please come along to one of our training nights.

For further details please ring Royston Young Managers Liaison on 01263 825978 or Chris Wright Vice Chairman on 01263 822735.
Sheringham Community Paper Jason Shackell (NCFC) Royston Young U12 Manager

Back Row left to right
Andrew Russell, Paul Gallagher, Jamie Denegri, Jack Pasque
Front Row left to right
Matthew Thaxter, William Young, Ben Wright, Ben Gallon, Stuart Lunkow
Sheringham Community Paper
Leader of the Council: Lib Dem Cllr Simon Partridge
Deputy Leader of the Council: Lib Dem Cllr Clive Stockton
Council Chairman: Lib Dem Cllr John Wyatt
Council Vice Chairman: Lib Dem Cllr John Sweeney
Cabinet Members were all re-appointed without change, except for Simon
Partridge replacing John Sweeney as Cabinet Chairman.
John Sweeney decided not to restand after 5 years leading the Council. He was presented with 2 paintings at the meeting by Cllr Hilary Nelson on behalf of the Liberal Democrat Group. Cllr Sweeney was elected as Vice Chairman of the Council, with former Vice Chair John Wyatt elected Chairman.

Simon Partridge (Environment and Planning) *Council Leader
Margaret Craske (Housing)
Mark Birch (Waste)
Peter Moore (Resources)
Hilary Nelson (Tourism, Arts and Built Heritage)
Su Pointer (E-Government and Communications)
Clive Stockton (Economy) *Deputy Council Leader
Julie Thompson (Health)
Joe Turner (Leisure and Sport)
Sheringham Community Paper Simon Partridge is 41 and lives in Catfield with his wife and son.  Simon was born in Caister-on-Sea and, after various jobs around the country,Simon returned to Norfolk to be an Education Officer for Norfolk County Council's Museums Service. A few years ago, he left to set up his own shopin the nearby market town of Stalham. He now runs a bed and breakfastbusiness in Catfield with his wife Jean Partridge ('The Limes').
Simon Partridge was elected in May 2003 to represent Waterside Ward of North Norfolk District Council (Catfield, Ludham, Hickling and Potter Heigham). This is the second time he's stood for the seat, having missed out by just 5 votes the last time. He has since been elected by Councillors as Deputy Leader of the council, and is a Cabinet Member with responsibilities for Planning and the Environment. Simon Partridge represents the Council on the Broads Authority. Simon is also Vice Chair of Catfield Parish Council.
The Pitbull Powerhouse.
Unit 1,22c Holt Rd,Cromer
Fully equipped gym and wrestling training facility.
We have a permenantly set up wrestling ring.
Heavy duty gym equipment , including: 45 degree leg press, Power-rack, cable crossover, Bench press bench, lat pulldown, Calf machine, Multi-gym, dumbbells 2.5kg - 60kg, Olympic and standard bars and weights, over 1000 kilos in weights, High quality treadmill,plus other cardio equipment.
We will be offering monthly weekend training camps, daily evening wrestling sessions, possibility of week long camps in summertime.  Trainers will be the UK Pitbulls and WAW stars - when available (sweet saraya,Ricky Knight,Zebra Kid etc), Guest trainer sessions.
Check for pics
and more details when available
Please e-mail if interested in training
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