29th April 2015

This Sunday will see Huish Park turned into a hive of activity as the club welcomes the Pedal from Paris cyclists back from their long ride for Charity.

In addition there will be a Beer Festival which starts on Thursday evening from 7.00 pm to 11.00pm with different real ales on sale over the course of the festival as well as a great selection of cider available.

Referee:  Shaun Enever

Team Managers:  Tom White  &  Terry Cotton

16.00 – 17.00    CHARITY GAME
15.15 – 15.45    Yeovil Town Ladies v Yeovil Town Ladies Referees TBA (Shaun Enever)

14.45 – 15.05    U8 v Montacute U9/U9 v U10 (2 games across pitch)

14.20 – 14.40    U9 v U10 & U11 v U12 (2 games across pitch)

13.25 – 13.45    U13 v U14 (full pitch)

13.00 – 13.20    U15 v U16 (full pitch)

Community Trust Games (FREE and run by the Community Trust)
12.20 – 12.50       Team 5 v Team 6

11.40 – 12.10      Octavia Direct v YTCST Staff

11.00 – 11.30    Fudges Bakery v Silverline/Westbury Packaging

Corporate Games 30 minutes

The Complete running order for the day is as follows:
Sunday 2pm until 6pm

Saturday 2pm until 11pm

Thursday and Friday 7pm until 11pm

Opening times for the Beer Festival will be:
On the main pitch at Huish Park there will be games all day. The main attraction being the Tom White XI v Terry Cotton XI, which kicks off at 4pm. And amongst the returning Yeovil Town legends who have agreed to play will be: Al-James Hannigan, Paul Thorpe, Tony Pounder, Steve Thompson, Gerry Pearson, Adi Foster, Warren Patmore, Mickey Spencer, Terry Cotton, Ben Smith, Tom White, Kevin Gall, Andy Lindegaard plus many more. Entry is Free so bring all the family and enjoy and day of Beer, football and bikes returning from Paris and be a part of helping some worthwhile charities.

The cyclists are scheduled to return to the stadium at around 2pm, so why not come along and enjoy the beer festival and welcome back the cyclists.

Sunday 3rd May will be Family Fun Day with the Pedal from Paris cyclists returning from their epic charity bike ride.

All beers will be priced at just £2.50 per pint and there will also be a hog roast along with live music throughout the four days.