GLOBE Rangers FC, affiliated to the AFA and FA Chartered Standard club are a local football club are looking forward to the season ahead.

Their home ground is located at George White Ground, Billet Road Walthamstow.

Globe’s Junior section was set up in 2003 and has now grown to one team playing in Waltham Forest League and five teams playing in Cheshunt League next season.

The U12s won Division Two of the Cheshunt League last season and the U13s side came third in Division One after winning Division Two the season before without losing a game.

They have now been promoted to Premier League.

Globe Rangers’ managers and coaches are police-checked and FA trained from Level One to Level Three.

Globe welcomes sponsorship from local businesses who would donate kit or invest in advertising around the ground.

Contact Ged Walker, secretary, on 07956 360708 or

Youth players interested in joining Globe Rangers should contact Terry Fogarty, youth development officer on 0787 0 65 2637 or terry.fogarty@

WEST Essex Colts U11s took part in a tournament arranged by Waltham Abbey to get the teams ready for playing 11-a-side soccer with full size pitches and goals and the offside rule.

Seven teams took part and in their group games the West Essex boys won 6-1 against Cuffley, 2-0 against Ryan and drew 0-0 with Abbey Youth.

In the semi final they drew 1-1 with Ridgeway Rovers and then won a dreaded penalty shootout to reach the final where they came up against a strong and well drilled Woodford Youth side.

Woodford emerged deserved winners as the West Essex boys started to tire.

Tournament scorers were Thomas Bean (five), Ervis Bobani (three) and Tommy Lee.

Cobra 3
Senrab A 5

(Friendly U12s)

SENRAB took the lead with a fine header from Alfie Buck.

Goalkeeper Bradley Hession made two fine saves to keep Senrab in front before the visitors were reduced to nine men for the last 15 minutes of the first half.

Just after the break Cobra went ahead with a penalty.

Senrab’s man of the match Scott Harris equalised for them, hitting home a rebounded penalty.

Cobra then took the lead again, but Senrab were soon level after a well-worked corner finished with Robert Nnaji heading home.

Rauf Kizza then scored a fine goal and Alfie Buck put the game beyond Cobra with his second. Mitchel Smallwood was outstanding on his Senrab debut.