Club exceeds FA target and now has 38 Licensed Coaches (ie. 95%) !!

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Delighted to be able to report that a significant input of effort by all of our FA Level 1 and Level 2 Coaches has resulted in Winwick Athletic FC exceeding the FA Target for 90% of them to be at Licensed Coach Status. We are proud to report 95% as we now have a massive 38 FA Licensed Coaches in our ranks looking after the children in our teams.

A huge pat on the back to all of our coaches from your Club Committee, and I am pretty sure that the FA, and in particular our parent Lancashire County FA, will be pretty pleased too (#madeupClubSecretary)

Service to Celebrate the Life of Patric Wilson

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Leave a memory you have of Patric or a supportive comment here >> http://bit.ly/20VGrp7

All donations to causes in memory of Patric can be made here >> http://patric.wilson.muchloved.com

“Just wanted you to know that a service to Celebrate the Life of Patric is to be held on Thursday March 3rd, Walton Lea Crematorium, Chester Road, Walton, Warrington, WA4 6TB. Start 1.40pm, finish around 2.30pm/2.40pm. Post service gathering at Walton Hall, immediately over the road from the Crematorium. Everyone is welcome so please pass on details freely.

Please wear a football scarf or shirt during the service to mark Patric’s love of the sport.

Whilst there will of course be sadness underlying the service we would like it to be as uplifting and positive as possible to make it a true reflection and remembrance to Patric.

Laughter is mandatory.

Simon, Julie, Rhyan & Family”

From all at Winwick Athletic FC.
Patric Wilson Club Player of the Year 2009b

Sadly today we lost Patric Wilson, a lovely lad who cared about everyone, especially his family and fellow team-mates. It has been a thorough pleasure knowing Patric through all of his time playing football at Winwick Athletic. I feel privileged to have been one of the coaches who looked after him in one of our U9 teams. All of us know first-hand how determined he was to play and to improve in his game, plus to enjoy playing sport with his team-mates. His determination has certainly been evident for all to see over the last 15 months as he fought hard to battle against this horrid disease. Heaven gains an angel, we lose a truly nice person and words cannot describe the loss the Club feels. Back in 2009 as an U9 player he won our Club Player of the Year Award. During the last 15 months Patric returned to play a few matches for his U16s team; he was determined to do so for his mates despite all he was going through personally. Once again as an U16 player he became Club Player of the Year 2015. This demonstrates what an exceptional young man he was, he brought joy to many and will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with Julie, Simon, Rhyan and his family. Rest in Peace Patric xx

A very Happy Christmas and a Healthy New Year for all of our Players, Parents, Families and Friends

The Club Committee would like to pass on Seasonal Greetings to everyone we know, both within and external to our Club. We support all of our Sponsors, County FA, National FA, Nike, Winwick Parish Council and many others too numerous to mention.

As we enter our 40th Anniversary Year in 2016 we look forward to a lot of amazing things for a lot of amazing people in our Club.

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