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With just over a week to go before Brahima Ceesays Memorial match, supporter Peter Hale, a good friend of Millers Chairman Mick Garton has made a superb donation of £200 to Brahimas Memorial fund and with another supporter Roger Gailbraith also giving £20 and over £100 being raised at the last two Carlton Town games, this website understands the fund now stands at around £350.

Peter now lives in Castleford in Yorkshire, so is unable to attend games but still supports the club from a distance and on top of his £200 donation fo Brahimas fund, he has also supported the kit of first team player Ben Wallace and promising youngster Damon Charlton who is currently out on loan.

Supporters and friends of Brahima and his family are reminded that the memorial game will take place on Sunday 24th September 2pm when a team managed by first team manager Wayne Scott, which will include first team players and club youngsters will take on a team managed by John Kilcullen, Brahimas manager at Carlton Town under 18s.

Buckets will be put on the gate for donations for people attending and a raffle will be held to raise money. There will also be a 20p surcharge on every drink sold which will go directly to the Memorial fund.

On a separate note, supporters, players, committee and management are reminded that Bonus Ball numbers should be handed in to either the Chairman or Brian Dennett by next weekend ahead of the start of Bonus Ball on Wednesday 27th September.

The next Carlton Town night out is on Friday 13th October with a night at the dogs and tickets are available from Brian Dennett at only £5 each on 07979 647559.

A lot of work is going on behind the scenes with regard to the clubs Firework Extravaganza and an announcement is pending.

Tickets are flying out for Carltons Christmas Luncheon with Paul McGregor and this website understands there are less than 20 tickets left for this annual and legendary event on Friday 8th December 1pm.

Carltons new NPL Academy team made a disappointing start to the season going down 4-0 at home to Kidsgroves Academy, who made it a double over Carlton following last Saturdays 1-0 defeat at first team level.

Carltons new NPL Academy is starting from scratch and of course is as much down to education as football, but the Millers will be hoping for some better results going forward.

Finally the club would like to wish Vinnie Berrington all the very best as he embarks on a rugby training camp in America and we look forward to welcoming him back to The Millers Media team towards the end of October!

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