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At the conclusion of the End Of Season Awards ceremony on 28 April following the final home game of the season against Dartford, a cheque presentation was made by Ian Rogers, the Saints City Trust chairman, to Lawrence Levy, co -owner of St. Albans City F.C. for £4,000.00. This was in respect of monies raised via various fundraising activities carried by volunteers on match days throughout the season. The monies will go towards the pitch reinstatement to be carried out during the off season.
The final positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 31 May, sees a huge turnaround since the April 2016 update. With the lowest winning points total ever but also with one of the tightest finishes ever, Duncan McLeod lifts the winning prize. Again, as with last year's competition, the F.A. Cup and Champions League made a big difference to the final outcome. Duncan McLeod moves up 8 places to top spot and Richard Palmer (up 22 places), John Sylvester (up 15 places) and John Sanderson (up 13 places) all made significant late challenges but just a little too late.
A further update of the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 5 April, sees Peter Knock taking over top spot with Karina Hames and Duncan McLeod close behind. Just 6 points divide the top 11 places. Going down to the wire………..
PREDICTION LEAGUE 2015/16
As at 5 April 2016
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Saints City Trust chairman Ian Rogers presents a cheque for £100 to Jeff Stelling for Prostate Cancer UK when the Men United March called in at Clarence Park on 29 March, Day 9 of the 10 day 262 mile challenge from Hartlepool to Wembley. The money is taken from part of the legacy left to the Trust by Saints supporter John Wangford, who sadly died of cancer in 2011. Pictured from L to R are Ian Rogers, Lawrence Levy (co - owner of St. Albans City F.C.), Jeff Stelling and Malcolm MacMillan (president of St. Albans City F.C.).