EVERTON WEEK PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING

St Peter Fc/Everton FC week

This is just to confirm and update you on the Everton week which starts on Monday 31st July 2017 to Friday 4th August 2017 at St Peter FC ground Rue Des Vignes St Peter

The main aim of all the players of whatever age is that they get to enjoy themselves and get something out of the week

There will eight Everton coaches and they will split the players into eight squads based mainly upon their school years however if they feel players are not being challenged they may move them among the squads in order that players do get challenged however this will be done in conjunction with the player

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING

PLEASE APPROACH THE ST PETER PITCHES FROM THE ST PETER VILLAGE (CO-OP GARAGE SIDE) INTO RUE DES VIGNES AND THEN EXIT BY TURNING RIGHT OUT OF THE ST PETER FC SITE ONTO THE AIRPORT ROAD

THERE WILL NOT BE ANY ACCESS ALLOWED FROM THE AIRPORT ROAD UP TO ST PETER FC SITE IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE ONE WAY SYSTEM MENTIONED ABOVE

IF YOU CAN CAR SHARE PLEASE DO TO CUT DOWN TRAFFIC IT WOULD HELP THANK YOU

WHEN PARKING PLEASE PARK CONSIDERATELY AS WE WILL HAVE A LOT OF TRAFFIC AT PEAK TIMES AND WALK THE PLAYERS TO THE REGISTRATION VIA THE PITCH SIDE WALKS TO KEEP OFF THE ROADS FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY

THERE WILL BE CLUB OFFICIALS ATTENDING ON CERTAIN DAYS IN ORDER TO HELP WITH THE PARKING SO PLEASE DO TAKE HEED OF THEM

FOOTBALL HOURS

REGISTRATION OPENS 8.30AM TO 9.00AM

SESSION BEGINS 9.15AM

LUNCH 12.30PM

SESSION FINISHES 3.00PM

COLLECTION UNTIL 3.30PM

Please note on Friday 4th August from about 2pm there will a presentation in front of our stand whereby every player will receive something from the Everton coaches-parents grandparents etc are more than welcome to attend as the more there are the better the occasion so please try and attend

Below are other points that we feel are needed to reiterate
The player will need to be dressed for football and the weather-boots-shin pads-non fizzy drinks waterproof if needed (hopefully not) suntan lotion-pack lunch and snacks

The club tea bar will be open at certain hours during the training day

There will be a marquee where the player will be able to shelter during breaks and leave their gear

A few points that we just want to make you aware of before the week

BELONGINGS-Please note the club does not take any responsibility for the loss of any personal belongings or items during this training week as it is up to the individual to look after their own items/belongings-

MEDICAL-If there are any medical issues that the coaches need to made aware of during the week can this please be brought to the attention of the head coach on the first day

RESPECT-Players of all ages are expected to behave themselves whilst on the week and respect all others be it other player’s coaches staff etc

GRIEVANCES- (Which have been very few since we started the week) If you have any grievances please can you speak to the head coach so that it can be resolved and dealt with if needs be

TRASH -There will be bins placed around the club grounds and we therefore please request that each player clears up his/her own rubbish by placing it in the relevant bin

Anyhow we hope that your son/daughter will enjoy the week and if there are any questions please do not hesitate to contact us

Lastly we are in the throes of planning next years event so we hope they will want to take part next year as we will be announcing the date asap and will let you know

Best regards

Mike Horman
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St Peter FC Summer Fun Soccer Camp (31st July – 4th August 2017) Final Places

                 St Peter FC Summer Fun Soccer Camp

                         31st July until 4th August 2017

            at St Peter FC, Rues des Vignes St Peter, JE3 7BE

 

Places are going fast and this is your final chance to secure your place for the best soccer learning and fun week to take place in Jersey each year.

Just ask anyone who has attended this event in previous years and let them tell you what a fantastic week it is.

This year we have 8 top Everton Community Coaches including two lady coaches, so this year promises to be better than ever. There is a strict limit on numbers and as I write we are down to the last 20 places. Mums and Dads, we start at 8:45am each day and keep your young children fully engaged through to 3:15pm each day for the whole week. We can promise them a week of learning and practicing new skills with plenty of fun along the way.

Both girls and boys from the age of 5 to 15 are invited to join us but you now need to register without delay. A form can be downloaded from the Academy section of the St Peter FC web site  stpeterfc.com. Click on Academy, locate Everton FC Summer Soccer Week, click below the article where advised. Complete the details and forward with a cheque for the appropriate amount to Mike Horman, 2 Le Carre, Landscape Grove, Mont Cochon, St Helier, JE2 3JU.

The cost is just £115 for the entire week with a discount of £15 applied to any registered St Peter FC Academy player (£100). If you have any difficulty in registering, you can email Mike Horman at cidhorman30@gmail.com.

All youngsters who complete the course will receive an award from Everton FC.

They will be fully engaged in learning new skills as well as fostering teamwork and enhancing communication skills both on and off the pitch.

The participants should be checked in before 08:45 each morning (08:30 on the first day) and checked out and collected by 03:15 to 03:30 pm each afternoon. Each child should come with a packed lunch and adequate water. However, the cafeteria kiosk will be open each day for any top up refreshments to be purchased.

Please act now to avoid disappointment, as we have just 20 places left.

Brian Foulser    Chairman St Peter FC Academy                            30th June 2017

St Peter FC apply for entry into UK Cup Competition

St Peter FC have applied to enter the Kent Reliance Intermediate Challenge Shield for the 2017/18 season.

As part of the clubs plans to develop playing opportunities for their senior players they have recently applied to the Kent FA Competitions Secretary to take part in the forthcoming season’s competition.

The club have the support of both the Jersey Football Association and Jersey Football Combination and are optimistic following preliminary discussions that their application will be successful.

1st Team Manager, Gary Freeman is excited by this new challenge, “the club are always looking at ways to move forward and we feel this is a great opportunity for our players to test themselves against UK opposition. We have a good young squad, including lads coming up from last years successful Under 18 team and hopefully if we can attract some new additions this will make us more competitive in the JFC Premiership and we feel a further challenge in a UK competition will stimulate further interest and competition within our squad. I firmly believe our best players need to be challenged and I am grateful to the committee at St. Peter FC for supporting the managements aims and ambition”.

 

Everton FC Summer Soccer Camp Final Call

St Peter FC Academy.

Everton FC Summer Soccer Camp

 Please avoid disappointment-register now

St Peter FC Academy advises anyone wishing to join 160 other young players participating in the annual Everton FC Summer Coaching Camp, to register without delay as places are selling out fast. The event runs from the 31st July through to the 4th August at St Peter FC, Rues des Vignes St Peter

This popular event involving coaches from the English Premiership giants Everton FC has been a total sell out in past seasons and 110 places of the 160 available have already been taken. It is estimated that at the current rate all places could be allocated by the end of June.  The cost for the full week Monday to Friday is unchanged at £115 with a discount of £15 for all St Peter FC registered players.  To reserve your place please ask your parents to visit the St Peter FC web site- stpeterfc.com  click on academy, locate Everton FC Summer Soccer week and download a registration form by clicking below the form where indicated. Please send the completed form together with a cheque made out to St Peter FC Academy for the appropriate amount to Mike Horman, No 2 Le Carre, Landscape Grove, Mont Cochon, St Helier, JE2 3JU. If you have any difficulty and wish to contact Mike directly he can be contacted by email :- cidhorman30@gmail.com   For those that haven’t attended before, the week is a brilliant football coaching fun week run by 8 experienced Everton FC Community coaching staff including two top lady coaches.

The camp is for boys and girls aged 5 to 15 who will participate in sessions throughout the day from 9am until 3-15 pm. The aim is to help develop football skills under the guidance of English Premiership Coaches of the highest standard, to foster teamwork and enhance communication skills both on and off the pitch. The young participants should be checked in by 8.45am each morning and checked out and collected from 3:15pm daily. Each child should come with a packed lunch and adequate water. However, the cafeteria kiosk will be open throughout the week to enable any top up refreshments to be purchased.

Everton in the Community travel the globe helping to coach players from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. As would be expected their training camps are enormously popular.  We are most encouraged to be told by Sean Robertson, the  senior member of the Everton coaching team, that August at St Peter FC in Jersey is by far and away their most popular venue and is the largest single event they manage. After 12 years’ experience, we can promise any youngsters interested in football, a fantastic week of learning football skills and an abundance of fun. All youngsters who complete the week will receive mementoes. We look forward to another great learning fun week with the superb Everton Coaching Team but please register now to avoid disappointment as we are strictly limited to 160 places.

Brian Foulser

Chairman St Peter FC Academy   18th May 2017

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For further info contact Brian Foulser on bmillgill@aol.com Tel 851075

Another Final Another Cup

Well done to our under 18’s B squad with their emphatic victory against St Brelades, with two top age players and five under 16’s this group who have only been beaten twice all season knocked the ball about in style. However we did go behind to a total bizarre goal but to be fare that just made our chaps more up for the challenge, goals came a couple from Elliot and a few from Sol but it was a complete team performance.
On a sour note from some persons connected to St Brelades that it’s win at all coast and parachute players down from the A team, but this is sour grapes as these lads have played together all season and to say that is very disrespectful.

Well done lads on a fabulous result, next up Rozel on Thursday up at St Brelades 6.00 ko all players to be there at 5.00 Sharpe
#doubleison
#weareredandwhite

The Jacksons sponsored, St Peters FC Academy Awards Night Friday 12th May from 18:15 for a 7pm start.

All the coaches and committee members of St Peter FC Academy, look forward
to welcoming all player’s parents and family to our night of recognition for the
hard work, progress and success that we have had over the past season. As in
recent years the event is to be held at St Peter FC, Rue des Vignes, both inside
and outside the Club Lounge.
We would ask everyone to please make the effort to attend, particularly as
Andrew Searle, the General Manager of our sponsor Jacksons will be in
attendance and we need to show our appreciation for their valued support.
We are providing a free buffet and would ask you to please assist Mary Pack
with the catering by emailing her with your name, you’re playing age group,
and the number of persons attending from your family including yourself. e.g
Jon Brown under 14’s, 5. Marys email address is mary@ssc.je

This information is required by Wednesday the 10th May and certainly no later than
Thursday 12 noon.
The buffet will be provided from 6:15 pm onwards and the presentation will
commence at 7 pm.


We will be providing a raffle with some very attractive prizes and we would
invite the parents to participate, as this will assist us in managing the cost of
the catering.
This has been an outstanding season for the Academy with plenty of success
on the pitch, so this will make the awards doubly interesting and provide an
extra dimension to the evening. With so many outstanding performances and
the dedication that has gone into training and playing will make the final
selection an extremely difficult process.
We are looking forward to another exciting and special evening so please make
the effort join all your friends and colleagues for the crowning event to a very
special season. See you there
Brian Foulser

Channel Island Champions

Our champion under 18’s completed a fantastic Treble over the pond against a good Sylvans team and a official from Antiques road show. We were crowned Channel Island Champions by beating them 5-1 goals from Demps, Prince and a hat trick from 16 year old Sol. All these lads travelled over and with the back up of some younger lads the future looks good.
This group of lads have been fantastic not only in this game but all season, it’s great to see them develop into young men
Thanks to them and thanks to all the parents who came over and supported them as they have done throughout the season.
The lads celebrated as a group which team play together win together and stay together

Thank You

3 in a row? St Peters U13’s say NO!!!!

St Peters U13 V Hampden Weir RAFC

      St Peters under 13’s hosted a visiting Scottish Academy side on Saturday 29th to round off a 3 match island tour by Hampden Weir RAFC.   Hampden are already playing 11 aside competitive football in their respective league and are used to playing on a full size pitch with full size goals so for our lads to offer the same setup presented quite a challenge.   St Peters under 13’s put an 11 aside team together and we played on the main St Peters pitch with full size goals….anything you can do…….!  Hampden were buoyed by the fact that they were coming off the back of a 2 match winning streak having beaten Jersey Wanderers 5-1 and the Centre of Excellence U12 team 4-0.
     Any notion that Hampden were about to put another soft Jersey team to the sword were swiftly put to bed when within 5 minutes of the start and with the home side being the liveliest of the two teams, Ethan Hutchison who was partnering Ryan Peel up front sent a great pass to the feet of Ryan on the edge of the area.  Finding his way to the right blocked he spun on his left foot, took a touch and thumped the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal beyond the fingers of the diving keeper.   Game on!! 1-0!!
     The visitors were understandably shaken and they tried to get back into the game, good passing, movement but the home side were more than up for the challenge.   Jamie Ritzema and Luke Lister dominated the midfield passing the ball out wide to Finn Hougardy and Harry Scott on the wings to give them the opportunity to supply crosses into the box.   Luke got onto the end of one such cross and his shot crashed into the crossbar but he was quickest to react and pounced on the rebound sending it into the back of the net, 2-0!
      The scoreline seemed to galvanise the visitors along with some strong words from their coaches and they started to put our defence under pressure. They had a few chances which were snuffed out but finally got their break when they picked up the ball on the right of the goal from a corner.   Our defenders were to slow to react and allowed Hampden to have their first clear shot at goal and they scored from it just before half time. 2-1!
     The second half got underway and St Peters continued as they began the first half, plenty of pressure and good movement from the wings.   Tom Proffitt coming back from a long injury controlled the defence and he linked up well with Max Martin. Charlie Nash and Noah Risby covered the flanks and started a lot of our attacks. One such attacking move resulted in a quick goal by Ryan but it was ruled offside. The home side continued to apply pressure and our movement was so good in and around the opposition box that it was inevitable that we would score again.   A scramble in the area, some rushed defending and the ball fell to Harry at short range and he doesn’t miss from there.   3-1!!
     The visitors finally got back into the game and with their ability to call on substitutes (they had 6, we had 0) their ability to add fresh legs to the field started to tell for our lads.   With their experience in a competitive league they were also smarter in the art of gamesmanship and after winning a very generous free kick they were able to make their fresh legs count.   The free kick was lofted in and Pierce Roche our goalkeeper, having done a sterling job guarding the goal all game made a mistake by coming and jumping for the ball but slightly misjudged the flight.   The ball went past him and through a scramble of legs before a Hampden boot connected and it hit the back of the net.   3-2!!
     The match was drawing to a close and the visitors were desperate not to finish their tour with a loss so they piled on the pressure.   There was a lot of contact which St Peters got the worst of resulting in treatment being required for two of our players.   This combined with the visitors ability to introduce fresh players meant the last five minutes of the match were quite a slog but we held on and we’re delighted to record a win. Not so the visitors who were demonstrably upset and even though they had the benefit of the majority of the decisions the players were very unhappy.  Not so St Peters who were delighted that their hard work and excellent teamwork and spirit had carried the day.   A great credit to St Peters under 13’s who rose to the challenge of a full size pitch, playing against a well organised and competitive team.  The future looks very bright for these lads when they move from development football to the competitive side.