Skolars prove too slippery for
Eels

Skolars started their warm-up for the forthcoming season with a convincing win against Pro-Plumb Essex Eels on Sunday. Whilst the likes of Doncaster and Hull KR will undoubtedly prove much sterner opposition, the game gave the new coaching team a good chance to look over many of the squad with several new faces impressing on their debuts.

For more information log onto http://www.skolars.com/reports.htm

Player sponsorships:

The Skolars believe in developing the best talent that is available to it. As a result you will see old and new faces that come of the development production line in the south, for example Glenn Osborn, Keir Bell, Charle Oyebade to name but a few.

We would like to give you the opportunity to sponsor these great players of the future. For as little as ?50 you can do this. Log onto the form below for more details or contact Mike Castle on 0208 888 8488.

http://www.skolars.com/PDF/sponsorship.pdf

Challenge Cup Game & Post Match Party:

After the CC 3rd game on Saturday 7th you will be invited to a post match event first at the Skolar pub and then a free bus will be available to take any fans with the Skolars players to the Liquid Blue club in Bond St. This will be a chance for players and fans to mix on a great `free' night out.

For more information call Peter Hannan on 0208 888 8488 or email [email protected]

CLUB CAPTAIN NAMED:

The London Skolars have appointed long standing stalwart of the club Bobby Brown as club captain for the upcoming 2004 season. Brown, who has been with the club since day one, played up until last season, his latest NL2 game was against Workington Town in the 2003 season.

His role will involve off-field player representation, responding to any player issues and concerns and in particular helping out the younger players in the club with any questions or personal issues. His experience and enthusiasm around the club will be a huge asset for the Skolars and another step forward by the club in ensuring player harmony and satisfaction. All supporters, players and staff would like to welcome him on board for the 2004 season.

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