Farewell a club character

September saw the passing of Malcolm Bennett, one of the Clubs stalwarts and characters. Over many years Malcolm’s contribution to the Club had ranged from first team manager, writing  match reports and chief cheer leader traveling to support the team whatever the distance. Added to that was his willingness to help out on the grounds during the week and ensure the club was painted  inside and out and ready for the start of the new season. On match days, dressed like a ‘Dandy’ with loud jacket and braces expressing his personality Malcolm always enjoyed his pre-match lunches and was never slow to give an opinion

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