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The Toolstation Western League recognises the value of volunteers in running and developing football at every level.
Volunteers are the backbone of grassroots football. Without the time, dedication and commitment volunteers demonstrate each and every week clubs and leagues would simply not exist. A football club or league is about more than just the players on the pitch.
Clubs in the Western League require a varied number of volunteers to fulfil important roles to help them operate and develop. From turnstile operators, PA announcers and serving refreshments to pitch maintenance and general tidying up of the ground.
You can help your local club by becoming part of the Western League ‘Family’ and ensuring that clubs continue to grow and thrive for the benefit of the whole community.
On this weeks podcast Hallen manager, Ray Johnston, explains why he believes Western League sides should invest in the quality of their playing surface, Ashton and Backwell’s Stuart Jones describes what his players have been doing to keep themselves entertained during lockdown and the author of the Fans of the Western League Clubs twitter feed talks about his love affair with non-league football.
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|Jordan Rodgers||Odd Down to Roman Glass St George|
|Zayn Alime||Bristol Telephones to Lebeq United|
|Ethan Feltham||Cribbs to Clevedon Town|
|Callum Gould||Odd Down to Clevedon Town|
|Lewis Ellington||Odd Down to Brislington|
|Rickie Scott||Lebeq United to Odd Down|
|Ross Mcerlain||Bridgwater Town to Wells City|
|Kyran Wilkins||Wells City to Wellington|