BoJollys FC vs RCUK Boca
Thursday 31st March • 7:30PM KO
Eccleshall FC, Pershall Park, Chester Road, Staffordshire, ST21 6NE
Adults £4 • Concessions £2 • U16s FREE
We will be operating a cashless system across all of our 13 County Cup finals this year. Supporters can pay by card at the turnstiles. No tickets will be sold in advance of the games.
Once again, we have taken the decision to hand all under-16s free admission when attending with a paying adult.
All of this season’s match programmes will be digital only, meaning there will be no wastage of printed paper at any of our finals. Spectators will be able to view, read and download a copy of each matchday programme from StaffordshireFA.com.
This means that, wherever you are in the world, you will be able to read the latest edition of the matchday programme right from your fingertips.
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This is Bojollys first season together as a club, previously AFC Stags and The Vaults Glassworks and Pear Tree. It’s their second season in the Stafford & District Sunday Football League, after a year in the Lichfield and Walsall league.
They’ve had a pretty impressive season so far, both in league and cup. With just one league game left to play, the league title is in their hands, but with A.F.C. Greenheath breathing down their necks. Bojollys just need to match A.F.C. Greenheath’s final-day result to claim the Division Four title.
Bojollys might look to Frankie Wynn to give them cup glory this evening. Frankie has netted 23 goals so far this season.
The ‘home’ side tonight would like to give special mentioned to Captain Ash Johnson, who’s been the been the skipper for last ten years; Ryan Tait who’s playing his first season back after 6 years out; Lisa Orme for washing the kits every week, and ‘Our Dave’ who comes to every single game home and away.
We’re a newly formed side in our 1st full season in Walsall & Lichfield div 2. We joined 2 sides together that were folding (RC TNT & Uk FC). We’re are a community club that are sponsored by The United Kingdom Inn pub Willenhall.
RC in our name is a tribute to Ryan Coney who was a fantastic player for RC TNT and was well known in local grassroots. Ryan, who passed away in a tragic accident, is the younger brother of 2 of our current squad Lee and Dean Coney. The club retired the number 9 shirt in his memory.