Sunday 18th September 1.00pm - American Football Returns To Its Roots In Hull!
The new Hull Hornets A.F.T have agreed a deal with the Ennerdale Sports Centre, Sutton Road,
The Hull-City-council-owned centre last staged a competitive American football
game in the late 1980s, when the city's former team the Kingston Liberators played
at the site, although many people still associate the Ennerdale complex with
American football in the city.
Says Hornets cofounder Graham McCoid: This is the idea behind a return to the venue.
Ennerdale has long been seen as the spiritual home in Hull of gridiron.
Head Coach Chris Evers commented: The Hornets, coaches, staff and players are all
very pleased with this move.
The centre has all the equipment needed to allow us to move forward in our
preparation for full league status.
Many of the players will benefit from the fully equipped Kingston Suite weight training room to a relaxing swim after a training session. I would personally like to express my thanks to Jim Hackett the manager of the centre, for his help in setting the move back to the Ennerdale centre in motion.
The Hull Hornets will commence their training session at their new home from Sunday,
18 September with a 1:00 pm start.
Either turn up at the training session, or telephone Graham McCoid on 07704434458 or
Head Coach, Chris Evers on 07932 945525.
Meanwhile, negotiations continue with a sponsor which it is hoped will see the
Hornets continue to raise their public profile within the Hull and East Yorkshire area.
The Hornets are also grateful to Lance Greenwood, the proprietor of the
Ringside pub for his help in raising funds for the team.
Sports, Speedway - Wednesday 13th July - Hull CPD Vikings v Glasgow Tigers KOC 2nd leg By Mark Oliver Photos by Adam Jennison
Hull CPD Vikings: 44 Glasgow Tigers: 46
Heat 1 Re-run after Stancl fell on the first bend of lap 2. In the re-run Branney touched the tape so opted to go off 15m. In the second re-run Leverington won from the gate closely followed by Sanchez. Branney never really made the ground up from 15m back.
Sports, Rally - The 2005 Rainworth Skoda Dukeries Rally - Saturday 18th June By Matt Rudd
The Dukeries Rally, like the North Humberside which was my last rally,
is a round of the BTRDA rally championship.
The rally took place on June the 18th which was one of the hottest days of the year which meant for the competitors lots of dust. The rally was based at Mansfield while most of the stages were in the Sherwood Forest complex.
Sports, F1 - Motor Racing - How Pathetic! By Matt Rudd
I have always been a fan of motor sport, whether it was Rallying , Moto GP or Formula One.
However on Sunday it was the US Formula One Grand Prix.
To be honest this was the most pathetic race I have ever seen, instead of about 20 cars
on the starting grid only 6 came onto the track these were the 2 Minardi's , Jordan's
Sports, Water Skiing - Splashing Out for The Summer By Michelle Dee and Lottie Clark
Twenty five years ago Tony Edge a leg amputee formed the British Disabled
Tony Edge lost a leg in a flying accident during World War II.
He believed there was an easier way to enable amputees to water-ski and he along
with others formed the organisation to provide many disabled people a unique
Sports, Football - What a night. Liverpool European Champions By Mark Ryan
What a night. Everything I've believed about football - Steven Everett spoke of it - has been kicked into row Z.
Much will be written and spoken about the night Liverpool became football kings of Europe, and rightly so.
Milan's first goal was, we must admit, a sickener. A set-piece from the first attack in the first minute.
Traore - showing us the skill that scored that Burnley own goal - started as nervous as
Sports, Boxing - Fight Club By Stephen Allen
Nobody told me I should do boxing. It was only my cousin Gavin who told me
about the St Paul's Boxing Club when I was eleven. Gavin took me down there
the first time. I didn't know what to expect.
As we pulled up I saw a small brick building, with a blue sign
saying St Paul's.
The Beverley 2k Fun Run By Eleanor Smith Age 7 and Eleanor's Mum
I thought the Fun Run was very tiring but I tried to carry on.
My Mum and my brother's friend Ross were doing it too.
I wish I could do the big run when I'm older.
When I was doing the Fun Run I had a stitch in my tummy but I carried on.
My medal was excellent. I showed it too my class in 2FB Anlaby School.
They wanted to do the Fun Run as well.
My friend Eden was very very happy to see I had a medal and
Beware of the Cat - Beverley 10k - Sunday 15th May 05 By Mike Pullon
The 2003 Beverley 10 k was , at 44 , my first attempt at any sort of competitive running for about 30 years.
As part of a weight loss, and fitness gain, plan over the previous year I had been running about
2 miles a day and felt that this event would be a good test for me.
My goal was to finish and if possible not last.
In the event I found that the motivation
2005 Beverley Annual Fun Run 13 page Photograph Gallery By Mo
Well as the website is utterly buzzing from a home page link at the
Beverly Athletics Club thanks for that!
I have got together this 13 page gallery of the Fun Run for you all...Enjoy.
Coming up next is the 10 Race Gallery, shortly when I have my breath back..cheers
The Beverley 10k Run - Sunday 15th May 05 By Jonathan Rollison
The Beverley 10k - what a fantastic morning - well done Beverley Athletics Club!
This was my first ever running event since school - 26 years ago.
The main highlight was to see my 11 year old in the fun run come storming back into the
main arena at full tilt looking determined to get a few places up the field in the 2k race.
He admitted later that he started the home sprint too early, but
Sports, Speedway - Why Speedway? By Danny Searle
Why do I love speedway? My Dad used to go before I was born. As I started getting older I went more often. But I remember I was four when I first started to go.
I can't remember the first time I went to Speedway. I can however, remember two of
the riders, Jan Stapman and Joe Screen.
I can't remember
Sports, Bowling - Ten Pin Bowling - Championship Golden Bowl in Turin - 4th - 10 April 05 By Dom Gall
Reigning European Ranking champion Paul Moor from England defeated tournament leader
Osku Palermaa from Finland in the title match, 210-205 and 227-215, to win the Championship Golden Bowl
in Turin and 10,000 Euro.
This was Moor's second victory of this year's European Bowling Tour after winning the second stop in
Sports, Rally - The 2005 North Humberside Rally - Saturday 2nd April 05 By Matt Rudd
The Wold Construction North Humberside Forest Rally took place on Saturday April the 2nd.
The rally started and finished at the Jarvis Hotel in Willerby, just east of Hull.
However the stages were situated in the North Yorkshire forests of Langdale, Cropton
Sports - London Marathon 2005 - My story By Fergus Malone
On Sunday 17 April 2005, I ran the London Marathon on its 25th anniversary and for my first time. 35,680 runners started the race. I came 7,666th.
I had watched a mate of mine run it last year.
Afterwards over a beer he gleefully suggested to me
Sports, Football - In Reply To Football Sugar Daddies - Helping or Killing (By Steve Everett) By Gareth Marshall
First of all, I have to concede that I actually agree with Steve about the crux of his article.
There's nothing more satisfying than seeing a team who seemingly represent everything
that is bad about the modern game and who have pretty much had riches and success
handed to them on a plate
Sports, Football - Football Sugar Daddies - Helping or Killing By Steve Everett
Tuesday 22nd March. One of the richest clubs in the world, Manchester United, announce a
shocking 50% drop in profits over the last half a year, claiming to have fallen
victim to falling T.V. income and the cost of buying new players.
This comes months after
Sports, Rally - The 2005 Alternative Sign Centre Robin Hood Forest Stages Rally - 12th and 13th March 05 By Matt Rudd
The rally as based around the Sherwood Forest Complex which did when there were lots of merry
men and women competing in their brilliant rally cars.
I didn't see many people in green tights like of the Robin Hood film but you never know
Sports - Hull Stingrays End of the Season 05 By Matt Photos by Arthur Foster
After 2 overtime loses and 1 win in the playoffs, the Rays needed two wins from this
weekend's home and away games against the Dundee Stars and Guildford to beat the
Vipers in their 2 games.
First up was the home tie but it wasn't