The board of Guru Nanak FC wish to announce that the Annual General Meeting for 2018 has been rescheduled due to lack of attendees. The meeting will now commence at 12 pm on Sunday 1st July 2018, Venue: Guru Nanak Day Centre. If anyone has any questions please email email@example.com or fill in the Contact form ‘Contact Us’ on gurunanakfc.co.uk.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Guru Nanak FC Annual Awards 2018 at Elite Venue on 3rd June. More than 200 attendees came to support and celebrate the phenomenal work that goes on in Guru Nanak FC every season and watched every team received awards in some tremendously competitive categories. To check out which awards go to which players go to http://gurunanakfc.co.uk/senior-individual-honours/ and click the trophies to see.
Manager’s Player of the Year
Player’s Player of the Year
Most Improved Player of the Year
Sportsman of the Year
Top Goal Scorer
Furthermore, awards for South East County Ladies Most League Man of the Match went to Rammy Mann, Best Fair Play Award went to Guru Nanak Ladies and League Player of the Season went to Eisha Atwal.
Summer Tournaments have arrived again!
Tournaments are a great way to get your team exposure and some good game-time practice. Though some tournaments are gateways into potential championships, other tournaments serve as a way for teams to get to compete against each other in a learning and practising environment. Tournaments provide your team with the ability to play diverse club programs from around the county and enjoy a family fun weekend of competitive matches.
DISCLAIMER: Managers are responsible for all arrangements and covering costs of the tournaments.
THE LINKS BELOW SHOWS ALL THE DETAILS AND INFORMATION FOR TOURNAMENTS
(Inderjit Sanghera, Gavin Hoare, Rammy Mann, Greg Petts, Manjit Atwal)
Guru Nanak Ladies Goalkeeper Rammy Mann has been named SECWFL Kent Division 2 West Player of the Season 2017/18, receiving the award during the ½ time at Kent Divisional Cup Final’s on Thursday 17th May 2018.
Rammy Said “I was speechless and extremely emotional. I hadn’t even in my wildest dreams imagined that I would even be considered for such a prestigious accolade! Wow! I’m still in denial and it’s still only just sinking in.”
Rammy becomes the 1st Guru Nanak Ladies player to secure the prize of becoming Player of the Season in history.
(Rammy Mann, Gavin Hoare)
What did you think was going to happen as a result of winning Player of the Season? And how did the reality differ (At the award giving)?
I had no expectations for the award ceremony as it’s not something I ever imagined I’d be a part of. So, for all, I knew it could have been a formal or informal event. The reality was I watched the first half of a cup final and was awarded my medal on the pitch at half-time. It was a very proud moment to have my family and my coaches alongside me. All nerves soon dissipated, and I relished at that moment. I feel extremely blessed.
What tips would you give other players in a similar position to yours?
Tips: work hard, stay consistent and sometimes, surprisingly, hard work does pay off! You’ve got to have a fire in your belly and play with passion. Play like you’ve never lost! But always remember it’s team-work, you need a solid team to move forward and progress.
Anything else you want to say?
For someone who never had an interest in football growing up, it is now a huge part of my life. I look forward to training and I’m hard on myself because I want to be the best that I can be. I’m not competing to be better than others, only better than I was yesterday. But above all remain humble. It’s important people know that I’ve only been playing for just over a year. Which goes to show that anything is possible if you dedicated.