Well Done

May 9, 2016

Bristol Rovers Supporters Club Executive Committee Statement.


Congratulations to Darrell Clarke and his coaching team on their stupendous efforts in the 2015/16 season.

Well Done to the splendid squad of players that have represented the club so superbly this season.

We can now look forward to a future in the EFL Division One as a consequence of their marvellous endeavours.

We also wish to express sincere thanks to the behind-the-scene supporters of the football club.

Firstly, a massive thank you to the Away Travel Coach Stewards.

Sincere thanks to Martin Hill, Ian Storr, Mel Dry, Leanne Hawkins and Sue Dry.

Secondly, a big well done to our Gold Bond representative Brian Iles.

Thirdly, a special vote of thanks to those who give up their time on matchdays.

There is a huge team required to organise the Match Day Cabin, the programme and 50/50 set-ups.

Our thanks go to Berni Clothier, James Rudman, Dave Bean, Dave Hewett, Sam Parsons, Daryl Parsons, Leanne Hawkins, Jean Shaw, Sue Dry, Mel Dry, Jackie Hawkins, Angela Thomas, Janet Wooster, Nick Thomas, David Thomas, Ron Thorne, Sarah Hedges, Ray Exon, Pete Collins, Jamie Howarth, Alan Williams, Steve Burns, John Kayes, Mark Smith and the Match Day Organiser Phil Draper.

We also wish to thank those volunteers who have helped with various D-I-Y activities this season.

We are really thankful for the work undertaken by Tim Rose with support from Mike and Roger Sanders.

We are very grateful for the support and kind sponsorship of Engravatec Signs and Roman Glass this season.

They have been instrumental in the improvements in the BRSC Match Day provision and the 199 BRSC Shop.

As normal, we are particularly pleased with the level of support we receive from Eagle Coaches.

The cooperation, flexibility and quality of Eagle under Jamie and Adrian Ball is very valued.

Finally, the Kingswood BRSC Shop staff have been outstanding in their dedication this season.

A sincere thank you to Teresa Kolman, Nathan, Anna, Ben, Berni Clothier and Paul Seaton.

To anyone we may have forgotten our apologies.

The dedication and efforts shown by volunteers and staff this season is genuinely valued.

Now for more of the same in the 2016/17 season.


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