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post Aug 29 2017, 11:27 AM
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Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 1 2017, 04:45 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?
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QUOTE (manchester blue @ Sep 1 2017, 04:52 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 1 2017, 04:45 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?

We have asked our members to nominate one, we have decided that the one that gets the most votes will be added to the Legends wall. We've had some very interesting suggestions though. Someone suggested Barry Butler, for those who remember him, a player who played in every position for Chester, including goalkeeper. Another suggestion was John Danby who played over 200 games for the club, and would be only the second goalkeeper on the Legends wall if elected.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 1 2017, 05:34 PM) *
QUOTE (manchester blue @ Sep 1 2017, 04:52 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 1 2017, 04:45 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?

We have asked our members to nominate one, we have decided that the one that gets the most votes will be added to the Legends wall. We've had some very interesting suggestions though. Someone suggested Barry Butler, for those who remember him, a player who played in every position for Chester, including goalkeeper. Another suggestion was John Danby who played over 200 games for the club, and would be only the second goalkeeper on the Legends wall if elected.


I wonder who suggested Danby?
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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 1 2017, 04:45 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?

We have asked our members to nominate one, we have decided that the one that gets the most votes will be added to the Legends wall. We've had some very interesting suggestions though. Someone suggested Barry Butler, for those who remember him, a player who played in every position for Chester, including goalkeeper. Another suggestion was John Danby who played over 200 games for the club, and would be only the second goalkeeper on the Legends wall if elected.


I wonder who suggested Danby?


Tough one that......
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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?

We have asked our members to nominate one, we have decided that the one that gets the most votes will be added to the Legends wall. We've had some very interesting suggestions though. Someone suggested Barry Butler, for those who remember him, a player who played in every position for Chester, including goalkeeper. Another suggestion was John Danby who played over 200 games for the club, and would be only the second goalkeeper on the Legends wall if elected.


I wonder who suggested Danby?


Tough one that......

Do any of you people realise that you needn't quote the post you are replying to if you are answering the last post on the thread?

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QUOTE (Pritchard @ Sep 4 2017, 09:56 AM) *
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Our main guest for the September meeting is TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS. As members know, we have a visit to the gardens coming up very shortly, so as a taster for that, Tim will telling us about the history and the workings of the gardens, in preparation for our visit.

We are hoping to have a couple of players as guests as well, but as the players are leaving for TORQUAY the same day, their attendance will depend on what time the coach will be leaving.

We will be very much concentrating on, also, tying up the final details for the Race Night on SEPTEMBER 15th.
Friday is the last day before everything has to be sent to the Race Night organiser.
We are appealing to our members to support this event, firstly, if possible, to attend on the night, but most of all, to "BUY A HORSE" It costs just £5 to buy a nag, and name it, so I'm hoping members will be able to bring their fivers on Friday, so that we can get the race cards filled before meeting is over.
If you can't attend the meeting on Friday, it's possible to ring GEOFF LEITH on 01516083233 to buy a horse, this applies to non- Senior Blues members also, just £5 plus a name for your horse is all you need..
This Race Night is being organised for the Senior Blues Youth Foundation.

We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

There will be updates on future trips and events of course, membership fees can be paid on Friday also.
Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be served as usual.

Yet another successful Senior Blues meeting this morning.
A very busy Chester FC this morning with the players preparing to leave for Torquay. So we were delighted to be able have both ROSS HANNAH and HARRY WHITE as our first guests this morning.
Ross was very chirpy about his fitness, and was glad to able to tell us that he will be in the squad for tomorrow's match.
He was asked about players he looked up to, and said, that he thought Christiano Renaldo was one player he admired for his clinical finishing.
On asked about the nominated penalty taker for the team, he made the point, that it was him! He said he had no hesitation in coming back to Chester, as he likes the club and the supporters, and found it very frustrating spending so much time on the bench for Barrow last season, and I know we are all glad to see him back.
He was asked about his favourite goal for Chester, and nominated the half-volley in the 8-2 win at home against Aldershot as one of them, which I had to agree with, it was a superb finish. He is very anxious now to get his first goal for us on his return.
Harry White turned out to be a charming guest, he said he was delighted to be joining us, (instead of scoring against us, someone pointed out!)
He was asked about players he admired, and his two were, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane, which I wasn't surprised, as I think he is a Kane type player.
Like Ross, he wants to start scoring goals as soon as he is fit, he has found his injury a very frustrating start to the season.
He said he he has moved up to live in Chester with his girlfriend, and said he loved the city, and already has been taking in the sights. He has already walked walls!
A really nice bloke, so let's wish him well and hopefully, we will see him playing again sooner rather than later. Both players were made very welcome by the Members, so I'm sure we will have them back again.
JON McCARTHY said a brief words to our members, which was very much appreciated by all of us who were there, as I know he was very busy sorting out all the final details for the Torquay trip.
Everyone wished him and the team good luck for the next two matches.

Geoff then stood up to give details about the two forthcoming trips to Ness Gardens on the 28th, and the "Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition at Chester Cathedral on September 20th. I will be posting reminders on here before the dates.
Peter and Geoff and Mark were very busy during the morning, tying up the final details of the RACE NIGHT in the Blues Bar, on Friday September 15th starting at 7pm. A big thank you to all our race sponsors, and to everyone who sponsored a horse.

Our main guest was TIM BAXTER from NESS GARDENS, who gave a very very interesting talk, with slides, about all the history of the Botanical gardens, the original founders and all the work that goes on at Ness.
Plants from all around the World have, and are still nurtured at the grounds, most of which would not be able to grow elsewhere.
We were shown a very large selection of slides of plants, shrubs, and flowers and trees, a lot that can only grow in the Ness area because of the mild climate on the Wirral. He gave his talk with great humour, and certainly whetted our appetite for our visit in a couple of weeks.

I would like to thank all the volunteer members who rallied around this morning, in Wendy's absence, to help with the raffle. Also a big thank you to the volunteer members who organised the tea, coffee and biscuits.

good news .was a player picked for the hall of fame ?

We have asked our members to nominate one, we have decided that the one that gets the most votes will be added to the Legends wall. We've had some very interesting suggestions though. Someone suggested Barry Butler, for those who remember him, a player who played in every position for Chester, including goalkeeper. Another suggestion was John Danby who played over 200 games for the club, and would be only the second goalkeeper on the Legends wall if elected.


I wonder who suggested Danby?


Tough one that......

Do any of you people realise that you needn't quote the post you are replying to if you are answering the last post on the thread?

Otherwise you end up in this ridiculous situation. biggrin.gif



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Barry Butler was a workhorse journey man footballer who was famous for having the Onion Bag sponsor his shorts. As for outfield players in goal, Mark Came played a full game in goal away at Scarborough once, kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win.

Surely we have better Hall Of Fame nominations than that biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (NWAS @ Sep 4 2017, 10:37 AM) *
Barry Butler was a workhorse journey man footballer who was famous for having the Onion Bag sponsor his shorts. As for outfield players in goal, Mark Came played a full game in goal away at Scarborough once, kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win.

Surely we have better Hall Of Fame nominations than that biggrin.gif

Billy Stewart
Brian Croft
John Kelly
Dave Pugh
Neil Young
Jesse James
et al...




Nothing against Butler and a few of the above but surely there comes a time when the hall of fame is deemed full, otherwise it diminishes the whole concept.
As NWAS says Butler was a wholehearted player but wouldn't put him anywhere near the likes of Storton and Rimmer in Chester history.





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We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
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Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.


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QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 11:00 AM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.

Ray Gill
Grenville Millington.
Gary Talbot.
Derek Draper.
Peter Jackson.
Stuart Rimmer.
Ian Jenkins.
Daryl Clare.
Mike Metcalf.
Elfed Morris.
George Horgan.
Michael Wilde.
Ronnie Hughes.
Milton Graham.
Ken Roberts.
Harry McNally.
Graham Barrow.
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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 4 2017, 02:30 PM) *
QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 11:00 AM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.

Ray Gill
Grenville Millington.
Gary Talbot.
Derek Draper.
Peter Jackson.
Stuart Rimmer.
Ian Jenkins.
Daryl Clare.
Mike Metcalf.
Elfed Morris.
George Horgan.
Michael Wilde.
Ronnie Hughes.
Milton Graham.
Ken Roberts.
Harry McNally.
Graham Barrow.
Graham Abel.


Should add:

Wayne Brown - for his continued loyal service during our darkest years as CCFC, being rewarded with that Conference title.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 4 2017, 02:30 PM) *
QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 11:00 AM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.

Ray Gill
Grenville Millington.
Gary Talbot.
Derek Draper.
Peter Jackson.
Stuart Rimmer.
Ian Jenkins.
Daryl Clare.
Mike Metcalf.
Elfed Morris.
George Horgan.
Michael Wilde.
Ronnie Hughes.
Milton Graham.
Ken Roberts.
Harry McNally.
Graham Barrow.
Graham Abel.

For me the glaring omission from that list is Trevor Storton, the finest player I've seen in a Chester shirt by a country mile.


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I am sure TREVOR STORTONS in the hall of fame . rolleyes.gif


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Trevor Storton must be . . . he's on the calendar.

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QUOTE (NWAS @ Sep 4 2017, 10:37 AM) *
Barry Butler was a workhorse journey man footballer who was famous for having the Onion Bag sponsor his shorts. As for outfield players in goal, Mark Came played a full game in goal away at Scarborough once, kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win.

Surely we have better Hall Of Fame nominations than that biggrin.gif

Billy Stewart
Brian Croft
John Kelly
Dave Pugh
Neil Young
Jesse James
et al...

I have to agree if we are mentioning Barry Butler in the legends category then we have run out of real legends.
Great list from NWAS, I would also like to see Alan Oakes in the list.


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The fact that Neil Young is not in the hall of fame is a situation that should be rectified immediately


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QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 03:43 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 4 2017, 02:30 PM) *
QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 11:00 AM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.

Ray Gill
Grenville Millington.
Gary Talbot.
Derek Draper.
Peter Jackson.
Stuart Rimmer.
Ian Jenkins.
Daryl Clare.
Mike Metcalf.
Elfed Morris.
George Horgan.
Michael Wilde.
Ronnie Hughes.
Milton Graham.
Ken Roberts.
Harry McNally.
Graham Barrow.
Graham Abel.

For me the glaring omission from that list is Trevor Storton, the finest player I've seen in a Chester shirt by a country mile.

He was one of the first, apologies.


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QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 03:43 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Sep 4 2017, 02:30 PM) *
QUOTE (3mm @ Sep 4 2017, 11:00 AM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Aug 29 2017, 12:27 PM) *
We have been asked by the Former Players Assoc. to suggest a name of a former player to go on the Legends Board at
the Football Club, so we shall be consulting with members for suggestions.

Can you say who is already on the Legends Board please, save us nominating them again.

Ray Gill
Grenville Millington.
Gary Talbot.
Derek Draper.
Peter Jackson.
Stuart Rimmer.
Ian Jenkins.
Daryl Clare.
Mike Metcalf.
Elfed Morris.
George Horgan.
Michael Wilde.
Ronnie Hughes.
Milton Graham.
Ken Roberts.
Harry McNally.
Graham Barrow.
Graham Abel.
Trevor Storton.

For me the glaring omission from that list is Trevor Storton, the finest player I've seen in a Chester shirt by a country mile.



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The fact that Neil Young is not in the hall of fame is a situation that should be rectified immediately



Have to agree. The man brought us 3 championships in a row and still no place on the legends wall for him, but John (can't kick a ball straight or handle any crosses) Danby is in with a shout.
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Got 3 of the famous 5, might as well add the other two, Jimmy Humes and Hughie Ryden.

Also Brian Green, our 74/75 coach and mastermind of our first ever promotion and League Cup Semi-Final run. Brian sadly passed away in 2012 but would be a worthy addition to the Chester legends.


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