Please note that any enquiries about use of our ground should be directed to
The University of Westminster as we do not own the ground.
|Chairman & Registration Officer||Barry Madigan||07768 email@example.com|
|Club Secretary||Colin Mongul||07802 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Match and Referee Secretary||Ryan Lamb||07814 email@example.com|
|Match Secretary Asst. (Results Secretary)||Keith Johnston||07740 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|1st Team||Geoff Brown
|2nd Team||Tom Barbour||07507 email@example.com|
|3rd Team||Laurence Spear||07860 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4th Team||Max Rushden||07971 email@example.com|
|5th Team||Eoin O’Neill
|6th Team||Oliver Richardson||07917 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7th Team||Jed Backhouse||07814 email@example.com|
|8th Team||Pete Frattura||07961 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Poly Vets||Terry Buckland||07973 email@example.com|
|Strollers||Barry Madigan||07768 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Barry Madigan – Chairman & Strollers Captain
Poly History: Debut for Poly 8th team in 1977 and scored – might have been my last goal! Played for Sevenths, Sixths, Fifths and had appearances in Fourths and Thirds but only once even though we won 5-0! Sixth team captain 1983 – 1987, League winners 1984; Eighth team captain 1990 – 1995 & 2002 – 2004; Seventh team captain 1999 – 2002, AFA Cup winners 2000; Ninth team captain 2004-2006
Football team: Tottenham Hotspur.
Football player I admire: Jimmy Greaves
How team mates would describe me: As kindly as possible if they want to be selected. Oh, and longest in the shower!
Who I would invite to a dinner party?: Delia Smith, Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, Gordon Ramsey – Someone would have to cook it!
Likes: Golf, Soul music, BMWs, Weston-Super-Mare, White Christmas
Dislikes: Mercedes drivers and cyclists present company excepted, and disciplinary paperwork.
Colin Mongul – Club Secretary
Colin is the man behind the magic at the Poly. Working tirelessly to ensure that the Club is making strides both on and off the pitch.
Colin does a lot of work that goes unnoticed, much like the rest of the committee, but Colin’s work was rewarded last season when he and Club Chairman Barry Madigan were invited to the ceremony inside Buckingham Palace where Prince William and the FA thanked a number of volunteers.
Geoff Brown – 1st Team Captain & Chairman of Selectors (1’s – 4’s)
Favorite team – Liverpool Former clubs – Island Bay United, Miramar Rangers, Olympic AFC (All New Zealand), FC Jokerit (Finland) Position – Striker Poly Honours – Senior Division Two Winner 2006/7, 2012/13; Middlesex and Essex Senior Cup Winner 2006/7, AFA Senior Cup runner up 2008/9
Poly history – Joined the Poly in 2006/7 under the guidance of club stalwart James Black and was involved in a double winning season. Since then I have been involved in the 1s with this being my 9th season at the Poly, however, my playing days were curtailed early with hip surgery in 2010 and appearances are now few and far between. In 2012/13 I took over management of the first team squad and quickly sought to overhaul the current regime following a disastrous season before when we were relegated with a total of only 7 points. A much closer relationship with the 2s really helped the squad atmosphere and we were successful in ensuring promotion to Senior Division One at the first attempt with a final day draw against Ally pally also meaning we clinched the league. We had another successful season last year and were in with a chance to win the league up until the penultimate weekend of the league. This season we are aiming to improve on this and win the league.
Laurence Spear – 3rd Team Captain
Poly stalwart Laurence has been involved with the club for many years. This season sees him take up the reigns of the 3’s following Keith Johnston’s departure this summer.
Laurence and the 3’s are aiming for a top 4 place this season.
Max Rushden – 4th Team Captain
Max’s first season as Captain saw silverware, so he and his merry band of men look to progress further this season.
Stepping up from the 6’s to the 4’s this season presents new challenges, but Max believes the lads are more than up for the challenge.
Clubman of the year 2013/14 Peter Frattura picks up a double role this season as 8’s Capt to compliment his role of Fixtures Sec.
Pete works tirelessly through the week to ensure that everyone is playing at the weekend. He’s taken to this like a duck to water, so well that he is now running a team as well.