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Green grass of home wins Keggy top award






A judging panel visited the various nominated grounds and Moss, who won the award in 2007, topped the poll and will receive £500 towards the cost of grounds equipment.
Second was Flackwell Heath’s Terry Glynn in the senior competition while Mortimer’s Adrian Keep was second in the competition for clubs of step seven and below.
“It means a lot in my 75th year,” said Moss, who transformed the Faraday Road ground that was left in a state of disrepair following the demise of previous senior tenants AFC Newbury.
Pictured, Keith Moss tends to his beloved playing surface.



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