Submitted by Colin Wilson on Friday, 19 September 2014
The new management team at RCA: Martin Swales, right, and Gary Errington before Saturday's match at Jarrow Roofing. Martin and Gee take formal charge away at Celtic Nation on Tuesday, 23 September.
The club are pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Swales as our new team manager. In what was a very strong field of candidates, which reflected well on Sunderland RCA's reputation as a club, Martin's local football knowledge and his obvious commitment and desire to manage RCA gave him the edge in the opinion of the club management committee.
We are confident that Martin will be a successful appointment and look forward to working with him to move the club up the Northern League First Division table and develop and grow the club in coming seasons.
Submitted by Tim Robinson on Monday, 15 September 2014
David Lee and Stephen Halliday have left their roles in the Sunderland RCA managerial team with immediate effect. The club thanks David and Steve for their efforts and hard work over the past year and wishes them both well for the future.
RCA will be looking to appoint a new manager as soon as possible, anyone interested in the vacancy is asked to contact Colin Wilson on 07802 523533.
The Committee, Players and supporters of Sunderland RCA would like to congratulate Wayne and Victoria on their recent wedding.
Wayne, currently SRCA's longest serving player has been at the club for 15 seasons and everyone associated with the club is sincerely delighted at the news and wish him and Victoria a long and happy marriage together.
Unfortunately, our friendly against Civil Service Strollers, arranged for Saturday 26th July 2014 has been cancelled.
Their Secretary Keith Stewart stated in an email to SRCA Secretary Rob Jones: "Unfortunately we will be unable to fulfil this fixture due to a number of reasons. I can only apologise on behalf of the Club and hope you have time to organise another fixture"
If an alternative fixture is arranged than it will be posted here.
Never mind the World Cup! Our lads are back in pre-season training, where we welcomed old and new faces. It certainly whets the appetite for the new campaign. And while the lads trained, our Owen Haley did a bit of farming!