St Day host charity day in aid of Cornish stalwart Kerwin Prisk
Kerwin Prisk served St Day for more than 50 years, and in October of 2014 the county's football clubs united as they mourned the death of one of local football's most popular characters. To continue the honour of Kerwin Prisk, the club will be hosting a day of football at Vogue Park on Sunday October 8th.
The 'Kerwin Prisk Memorial Day' will feature many football games during the course of the day and refreshments to raise money for charity. There will be a bbq, bouncy castle and the Kitchen and bar will be open. Many local business have already donated many prizes, and it promises to be a fun-filled day for all the family as Cornish football remembers one of its favourites sons.
Youth games will KO in the morning followed by the adult match which this year will feature the Current Reserves vs St Day Vets. The vets will be managed by our own vet Phil Richards and the present team will be managed by the present adult managers; Joff, Alan, Kieran & Ivan.
Any players, that knew Kerwin or played under him as chairman and are therefore interested in playing for either of the teams, please contact Kieran Leah asap so he can organise the team 07796614610 or Phil Richards everyone will get a game.
Parking on the day will be sign posted, we ask everyone to respect the locals and beware of the village new local traffic warden.
St Day Pilgrims v Hayle U14s
St Day Smugglers v Helston U8s
St Day Celts v Ludgvan U9s
St Day Present v St Day Vets/Select
There will be food and drink in the bar after the game for all players. Alongside the sport on the TVs we hope everyone stays for a chat afterwards and enjoy the evening along side players past and present as well as their families.