Broadway Club Reformed

Publication: Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer, Saturday 15th June 1946

reformed Broadway Football Club has been reformed. A general meeting for the purpose was held at the Scout Hut on Wednesday last week. Mr. E. Brooks presided. Mr. E. Andrews was elected secretary, and the Messrs. F. Parker, K. Riley, A. Tustin, R. Holland, F. Parker, E. Roberts and F. Keyte were elected as committee by ballot. It was agreed that Mr. A. de Navarro be asked to be president again, and the vice-presidents remain as before. The Scout Hut Trustees and the New Inn as headquarters were considered and it was decided to approach the trustees of the former on the matter.

It was decided to run two teams (1) 1st team (2) reserve team, which would also be open to juniors, and to play in the Cheltenham League. It was also decided to approach Capt. Napier for the use of the field in Springfield, and if this could not be obtained to use the Washpool. The question of kit and equipment was considered at some length, and as this was found to be practically non-existent, the secretary to apply for permits to secure a new supply of jerseys, etc. Nets would also need renewal, and new balls purchased.

The name of the club is to be as before, namely Broadway United F.C. Mr. E. Folkes is to be asked to take on the duties of groundsman, and Mr. A. Barnett was appointed trainer to the 1st team. It was decided to call another general meeting in the near future to receive a report from the treasurer, Mr A. Lomas, as to the exact financial position of the club, which was reported to be very sound.