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To discuss proposed changes to the constitution suggested by the cricket team (see January’s Peashooter for proposed changes).

For those not in the know, a summary of the background to this EGM along with previous relevant meeting minutes will be sent out shortly.

Bristol Community Kickabout

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A monthly gathering of Cowfolk, their friends and families to build community and get to know each other through an informal, non competitive football match. We would also like to reach out to refugee and asylum seeking groups to see if there would be an interest in getting to know each other through football.

Happening on the last Sunday of every month, meet at the Netham Park Pavillion at 2pm.

This is an inclusive setting where all are welcome to play mixed football, but this is not obligatory.

Please bring some drinks and food to share for after the match.

The event is kid friendly.

First gathering on Sunday, March 31st, rain or shine or sleet or cloud or mist or fog.

If anyone has a gazebo and/or table to lend that would be ace, tunes welcome too – get in touch

For the Facebookers:

Once Upon A Time In The West Country 2019

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As always; football, booze, music, camping. All Cowfolk invited.

England v Brazil 1970

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The group match between Brazil and England in the 1970 World Cup Finals, has come to be known as one of the great games of World Cup history. Brazil would go on to win the tournament, with a now iconic team which included the likes of Pele, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Carlos Alberto. The match is fondly remembered in England for one of the greatest saves ever made by Gordon Banks and the performance of Bobby Moore. It gave birth to this wonderful post match exchange between Pele and Moore, and this photo – which really is, the beautiful game…

Come and enjoy this classic game in the Windmill Pub from 7.30pm on Friday the 8th March. There will be an official world-cup programme to boot!

The event is free but donations kindly received (suggested donation £3-5).

Proceeds from this event will go towards Prostrate Cancer UK.

Tickets are available in advance or on first come first serve on the day. The room seats about 30, so there is bound to be space on the day.

Republica IFC annual footy tournament

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We’ve been invited (of course)…

Alive & Kicking talks to the Cowfolk

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Join us to hear more about Alive and Kicking’s innovative approach to sport for development and find out how you can get involved.

Since 2004 Alive and Kicking have made over 900,000 ethical sports balls in its three not for profit centres across sub-Saharan Africa. The charity provides full time ethical jobs for people from vulnerable backgrounds so they can lift themselves and their families out of poverty. Proceeds from sales and additional fundraising are then used to donate Alive and Kicking sports balls to communities and support football for good organisations to deliver vital health programming.

Since opening A+K have created over 1,000 jobs, reached over 7 million children through ball donations and engaged over 82,000 young people in health education programmes

Ben Sadler invites you to hear about the work of Alive and Kicking and to explore ideas of collaboration with the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls. Ben joined Alive and Kicking as CEO in November 2017 and brings more than 10 years experience working in sport for development organisations including 4 years living across sub-Saharan Africa.

Around the Wall – Bend it like Bethlehem

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A film made by Blue from Republica IFC about the Easton Cowgirls second football tour of the West Bank is now available to watch online here.

This documentary film follows a group of women footballers from the UK and Germany on the football trip of a lifetime to Palestine. 
Whether playing organised matches in West Bank refugee camps or informal kick-arounds on the rock-strewn pitches of hill-top villages of South Hebron, football is the common language as cultural barriers are crossed and new friendships established. 
The film’s poignant testimonies highlight cultural issues surrounding local women’s participation in sport as well as the struggle to remain steadfast on their homelands.

Support the Stansted 15

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Come and show your support for the Stansted 15 and your anger at the immigration regime

Tuesday 18th December, 18.00 at the Fountains

CACKK’s silly xmas party

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22nd December 2-4pm

Bring the kids long to the back room of The Plough for…

*Party Games!

……………oh yes and Santa is visiting too!

Just bring a gift/ gifts for Santa’s sack (under £3 and ideally wrapped) and some snacks to share if you can. And your kids obvs! Dressing up strongly encouraged! get out your elf ears and your Christmas jumpers!

This party is in the afternoon – the Cowfolk Christmas party is later in the evening.

Join CACKK (Cowboys and Cowgirls Kids’ Klub) here for info on other Cackktastic events and to promote your kid/family-friendly events to other members of our lovely club.

Yallah! Yallah! film showing CANCELLED

Posted by on Dec 6, 2018 in Club News, Diary, Events News | 0 comments

*Due to circumstances outside of our control we’ve had to cancel this showing. We’ll try to arrange for a another time*
Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls in conjunction with the Palestine Museum & Cultural Centre are proud to be hosting a screening of a film commissioned by Palestinian FA vice president Susan Shalabi about the challenges facing footballers in Palestine. The director of the film will be available to conduct a Q & A after the film.


fil, 27 Broad St, Bristol BS1 2HG
Yallah! Yallah! (75mins)
The film focuses on the story of seven characters, which are connected to the world of football in one way or another. Through their daily lives, we get to know their bond with the sport, their activities and the problems they have to face due to the occupation by Israel. Even though they are constantly affected by Israel’s subjugation of Palestine, they manage to survive and endure all sorts of issues in order to enjoy one of their biggest passions: football.
Producers: Fernando Romanazzo, Cristian Pirovano, Susan Shalabi, A. M. Hijjeh
Production companies: Aqueronte Producciones, Palestine Football Association (PFA)
Most important cast: Abed-Fatah Arar / Roberto Kettlun / Yosef Alazzah / Susan Shalabi / Nabeel Hrob / Mohammad Abu Sulaiman / Eyad Abu Garguood
Language: Arabic, Spanish with English subtitles
We will also be joined on the night by the Director, Fernando Romanazzo. Fernando was born in 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied Image and Sound Design at the University of Buenos Aires. Fernando has worked in Ludovico Productions and founded the production company Aqueronte Productions.
We will be asking for a £5 donation on the night. All proceeds are going towards covering costs for the Director and to the Museum.