Visiting the TAG's…. the Talented And Gifted in football taking part in in a ten week course at Leon School
A two one victory from Mursley. We chat to its secretary, team managers and introduce the players.
We drop in on some junior matches at the new home of MK Wanderers.
Coach Simon Jay puts his winning side through their paces while Chairman Aitch walks us around Kents Hill.
Aylesbury United FC held their public meeting at Aylesbury College, with a number of new development for the club. Plus an interesting debate followed re the newly formed Aylesbury FC
A whole weekend took place of Presentations, here we see the Under 13's and Under 14's Awards Night
Former first team captain Paul Mitchell is now heading up MK Dons Community team, visiting local clubs and outting on events
The players presentation evening in the Grand Hall of The Stadium:MK.
SRBE Milton Keynes & Border Counties Youth Football League – Citizen Cup Finals Festival 2009. MK Wanderers Under 16's beat Scot Youth 5 – 3
The Berks and Bucks Football Association Women's Cup 2009 between Bracknell Town Ladies FC and Chesham United Ladies FC.
MK Wanderers Football Club is the first and currently the only club in Milton Keynes that is an F.A. CHARTER STANDARD COMMUNITY CLUB, the status was awarded in 2004
Nicknamed the Wolves, the club was originally formed in 1887 and reformed in 2004. They are based at Radcliffe School in Wolverton.