Old Meads win premiership

Full trophy cabinet for local football team

The Old Meadonians first team squad clinched their sixth trophy in three seasons when they took the Premiership title of the newly formed Amateur Football Combination by drawing 3-3 with Old Albanians on Saturday at Riverside lands.

2001-2 and 2002-3 saw them winning ‘back to back’ Old Boys’ League titles and for good measure adding their name to that of Ipswich Town on the Amateur Football Alliance Senior Cup after beating Old Actonians in the 2002 final.

Now they have cemented their claim to be listed among the elite of the A.F.A. by placing the A.F.A. Middlesex Senior and the London Old Boys’ Senior Cups alongside the first ever A.F.C. Trophy in the The Riverside Club.

If you feel you would like to be a member of this progressive and friendly club why not get in touch with chairman David Tyler on OMFCSlipper@aol.com or visit their website www.omfc.co.uk

May 8, 2003

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