Four figure barrier broken at Bradford

Four figure barrier broken at Bradford

October 16, 2016 Pledges Website 0

£1021 has been raised so far this season for youth development. It’s just a third of the way through the season, abortion and we’re a third of the way to our target of £3000. Thanks to the generosity of our fans, approved the parsimony of our defence and a rare but welcome burst of goals, shop the 3-0 victory at Bradford brought in a mighty £92.50 in pledges. Dennis Payne, Graham Watkinson and Mark Rees all have to cough up £8 for a 3-0 win and that means they are all moving towards pledging £100. However still out in front as our top pledger, and hot favourite to crack the ton first, is Julien Robb, who owes £5 thanks to the clean sheet.

The under 21s got a fine win at Workington in midweek, and Louis Myers made his first team debut last week – two early signs of the benefits of our expanded youth development programme. Remember that £3000 is just a target: if we raise more, we’ll give more.

So if you want to join this successful scheme, now’s a great time. Stop by the Trust table outside the Social Club at the Stockport match this Saturday, tweet your pledge to @cfcst or email info@cfcst.org. You can get some ideas on what to pledge by looking at what others are doing on this spreadsheet.

Full details of all pledges for the whole season in Excel spreadsheet