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Gunnersbury Park Update: February 19

£12 million Sports Hub

We have been informed that the new grass pitches and changing facilities will be available for next season. Watch this space.

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The FA Respect: We Only Do Positive

Watch this powerful video as part of The FA’s new Respect campaign to see how your behaviour can impact youth football players in England.

We Only Do Positive is The FA’s new campaign showcasing how important your positive support is for the enjoyment & development of youth football players in England. Their recent research show 90% of young players played better with positive encouragement from coaches and parents, highlighting the influence adults have on young players.

To find out more about the new campaign visit where you can see the impact previous Respect champions have had in their local communities and find resources to help you play your part in making football fun, safe and inclusive for all young players.

Three Actonians feature in SAL victory

The SAL retained the Steve Langley Cup with a 3-2 win against the Amateur Football Combination on Wednesday.

Goals from Ahmed Douki, Peter Eguae (penalty) and Lee Raji gave the team victory at Uxbridge in the opening Argonaut Trophy fixture of the season.

Back L-R: Dan Barber, Tom Woolston (both Nottsborough), Lee Raji (Polytechnic), Paul Bogle (Alleyn Old Boys), Ben Lancaster (Nottsborough), Ashley Andrews, Kofi Gay (both Actonians ).
Front L-R: Ahmed Dhouki (Actonians ), Luke Redman (Civil Service), Peter Eguae (Old Owens), Richard Parker (C), Harry Sklavonous (both Nottsborough), Alex Karamath (Old Wilsonians), Andrew Folan (Old Owens)

Ray Ashby: RIP

Funeral arrangements. Friday December 7: Mortlake Crematorium: 11.20 am

“A true and loyal member of the Club who brought commitment and dedication as well as a trophy laden playing career”.

Ross Proudfoot: Club President

Amateur FA v Oxford University 2018

An historic night as six Actonians are called to the AFA Representative Team.

A record breaking six Actonians from our League Champion, AFA Senior Cup Champion and Super Cup Winner first team, played superbly, in a hard fought, one nil victory, over Oxford University at Uxbridge FC.

Pictured left to right:

Gerard Callaghan (Head Coach), Ben Slade, Scott Ensom, Kofi Gay, Ashley Andrews, Amed Doukhi, Ali El-Nashi, Stephen Jeal (Third Team Captain), Eamonn Whelan (Chairman).

Actonians Association: Men’s Veterans Football

Manager and players needed.

We are looking for a manager and over 40’s good amateur footballers. We play every other week in the West London Veterans Premier League.

Contact Eric Owen: 07720392556/

Updated 17:05 – 8 Nov 2018 by Eamonn Whelan

Actonians Association awarded the Ealing Sports Club of the Year 2018

A letter from the chairman

Hi Eric

At the Ealing Sports awards on the 12th July, we were voted Sports club of the year. The strength of our submission was based on the diversity , openness and friendliness of the club founded on the broad range of sports which we provide. we were praised by the presenter Marcus Buckland of Sky Sports , for our junior and schools coaching programmes, something on which we should continue to build. We were up against Ealing , Southall and Middlesex athletics club, London Tigers football club and London United basketball club, all of whom are very successful clubs in their own right.

We are grateful for all the work done by all the volunteers in each section and your dedication and commitment is greatly appreciated, on behalf of the Directors and Erik we would like to thank for your continued work and look forward to more success in the future.


Kevin Mahoney and Erik Kristensen.