Black Horse kit arrives in nick of time
Hockering FC’s Saturday first team were over the moon to receive the call from loyal sponsors the Black Horse (Earlham Road) to say that their brand new kit had arrived less than 24 hours before their first league match of the 2011/12 season.
Hockering managed a 2-1 win at Division Two veterans Dyers Arms at the weekend with Ricky Loxley scoring twice.
After the success of the Saturday first team being promoted to Division Two as runners-up in only their second season, Hockering FC introduced a fifth team to the fold this summer in the form of a brand new Saturday reserve team.
With an abundance of youthful exuberance, a hard working ethos and great club behind them, they are set for an exciting season. But they are still looking for players to help bring the squad together and achieve their potential!
James Saunders and James Wright of the Black Horse welcomed Hockering FC early in 2011 and, as well as providing the first team with their new kit, they have been keen supporters of all five of the club’s teams.
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Hockering FC would like to say a massive thank you to the Black Horse and all its staff for making them so welcome and look forward to spending many hours with them over the seasons to come, recounting tales of super 40-yard goals and the like.
• If you are interested in being part of Hockering FC and playing for their promising reserve side please contact Nicko on 07766 008836.
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