Boro Juniors Update
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The Government have recently given some indication that schools might be re-opening on March 8th, this will come as a welcome boost to parents, children and young people alike.
We can only hope that the current restrictions that are currently in force will be the last and we can start planning and preparing to resume playing football again, whatever that might look like.
We would like to thank all our players, parents, coaching staff, volunteers and sponsors for their support and resilience demonstrated at this difficult and frustrating time.
While schools and colleges remain closed, it is important that we continue to support each other and it is encouraging to hear that so many of you are doing just that.
We are grateful to our coaching staff for maintaining contact with their teams with Zoom quizzes and continuing that engagement which is so important.
The enforced isolation has been very challenging for all of us and the everyday things that we take for granted will for many feel much more important when we return to something like normal.
This will also be true when we meet up with teammates and coaches again to celebrate our shared friendship and the sport that we love so much.
While the current restriction will remain for a little while yet, the onset of the vaccination programme gives us some hope that there will be an easing of the present rules in near future.
As a club, we have continued to work throughout the lay off to ensure that we can safely start playing football again as soon as is possible.
Until then, it is important that support networks you have built up continue and don’t forget that you can also contact myself, Nige Carson, Sharon Hunter and Steve Machen (all contact details are on the website).
All the very best wishes and continue to stay safe.