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Our tournament caters for : We also provide tournaments for Adults, but these are only scheduled when enough support from teams and volunteers exist. But please follow signs to car park which is a short walk away form the playing pitches.
Please check the table below to see if they are running this year, or get in touch with us. Unfortunately due to health and safety reasons, parking is prohibited at the Village Hall and Social Club on the day to allow for emergency services access.
The only exception to this is Under 7, Under 8 and Under 10 Girls age groups which consists of just a group stage where no scores are recorded (all players receive a participation medal in these three age groups). You also cannot bring additional players and add then to your team should one of your initial 7 players become injured.
Players are registered to a single entered team prior to the competition and therefore cannot be moved to other teams during the competition.
A hearing under the proceeds of crime act will take place later in the year.
Hay fever season is here but, before driving, have you checked the side-effects of any remedies or medicines you plan to take or, worse still, are already?
We usually have a reserve list, so most teams will get refunds if they have to withdraw, but please do rely on this.
We try our best to give every opportunity to teams.Before the court were Patrick Burke, who was employed as a general sales manager for Hammonds Car Sales in Ipswich, and David Garrett, a trade sales manager for the same company.Jailing Burke for 45 months and Garrett for 40 months Judge Martyn Levett described the fraud as “skilled and planned” and said it was sad to see two men with good jobs succumb to temptation.Teams will be contacted in the order of team entry date and time.Over a period of 10 months 67 part exchange vehicles were sold and false sales invoices created to cover what was going on, Ipswich Crown Court heard.
But a dedicated group of motoring enthusiasts is not only keeping the famous name alive but looking to grow Norfolk and Norwich Rover Owners’ Club across East Anglia.