Monthly Archives: April 2015

Children in Need

On Thursday March 19th Ruth McDermott from BBC Children in Need came to The Waterfront Leisure centre Powerchair training session to present Greenwich Powerchair Football Club with a cheque of £69,600 for 3 year’s funding.

Sharon Brokenshire (SLSL), John Fahy, (Deputy Leader RBG) Steve Johnston (SLSL), Ruth Mc Dermott, (Officer, BBC CIN) Mick Hayes,(Mayor of Royal Greenwich) Gill Hayes (Mayoress), Sam Wright (Waterfront Leisure Centre general manager), Joe Sheehan (SLSL-assistant coach) Liam Prospere (player)  Emily Campbell (player)  Kieran Gibbons (Player)  Shea French Gibbens (Player)   David Gale (Player), Rhea Daly (SLSL-Head Coach)                             Jessica Landeryou (SLSL-Assistant Coach)

Above.  From left to right on photo of Cheque presentation.

Sharon Brokenshire MBE (Director); John Fahy (Deputy Leader, RBG); Steve Johnston (Strategic Development Manager, SLSL); Rachel (BBC CIN); Mick Hayes (Mayor of RBG); Gill Hayes (Mayoress, RBG); Sam Wright (General Manager Waterfront LC); Joe Sheehan (Volunteer); Liam Prospere (Player)Emily Campbell (Player)Kieran Gibbons (player)Shea French Gibons (Player); David Gale (player); Rhea Daly (Head coach) Jessca Landeryou (assistant coach).

Greenwich Powerchair Football Club

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Sunday, January 18th 2015 at Surrey University Sports Centre.

Team Members

Kyle Alexander (Captain); Shea French-Gibbens; Emily Campbell; Kieran Gibbons

Greenwich Powerchair Football Club played two League matches and a Cup match. Currently top of the league with Invicta 2 points behind, they needed to win all games to maintain their position. First game was against Swindon with a 2-0 win; Shea French-Gibbens with the first goal, from a corner delivered by Kyle Alexander, who went on to score the second. Second game shortly followed with a 5-0 win against Norwich; Kyle Alexander scoring four goals, two from a first time spin kick from the opponents goal kick, as well as an own goal. Greenwich Powerchair Football Club remain in first possession with 16 points from 5 wins, 1 draw. The Cup game was against Brighton & Hove Seagulls. Shea French-Gibbens, once again scoring from a corner delivered by Kyle Alexander. In the second half Emily Campbell made a brilliant run with the ball towards the near post, bringing the goalkeeper and defender across to make the save before flicking the ball back across the goal line to Archie Jones to score, at the back post. Emily Campbell then completed her game with goal of her own from a corner, and a successful 3-0 win to Greenwich PFC.