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MJSR Annual Sports Tournament

June 20, 2019 at 11:10 pm

RSSC welcomes you to the 39th Annual Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia Sports Tournament on the 17th-18th August 2019!

Entries are now open!!! You can enter online for the following tournaments:

To enter online:

Squash

Badminton

To enter by paper form:

Click Here to Download a Badminton Entry Form! (to follow)

We hope to see you all at this years tournament.

Out of Africa Event – 2nd February 2019

December 21, 2018 at 1:30 pm

Ramgarhia Sports and Social Club presents an African themed night of live music and entertainment. Come and enjoy live music performed by several artists including the famous Shama, Chirag & Nimesh, African singers Betty & Joseph, the 515 Crew and Amarjit Lal. To top off the evening DJ Harry from Divine Musiq is back to lead the open dance floor for those who like to party! It is definitely not an event to be missed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Included in your ticket:

– Welcome drinks
– Three course meal
– Unlimited soft drinks
– Drinks (pay bar) available

All funds raised will go towards the Durdans Park Cricket Grounds Regeneration Project.

For tickets please contact:

Mr Survkeet Singh Plaha – 07951 300 180
Mr Pinder Singh Sagoo – 07956 484 534
Mr Amarpal Singh Soor – 07766 320 807

Adult £40 | Children under 12 £20 | Under 5 Free

 

Sounds of Bollywood

December 14, 2017 at 6:56 pm

On the 21st October 2017 Ramgarhia Sports and Social Club held the Sounds of Bollywood Charity Fundraiser at the Ramada Banqueting Hall in Ruislip. Since our Charity Ball in 2014, significant progress has been made with respect to the Durdan’s park cricket ground development, including the laying of the cricket pitch and the construction of the pavilion. The purpose of this event was to help raise funds for the final stages of the development and the running of the site once it is fully operational.

The event was attended by 380 people and included update speeches from RSSC board members and live singing from Manjeet Sethi & Ranjeet Sethi, both of whom superbly sang songs from many famous Bollywood movies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Between the singing there was live dancing by Creative Edge and a silent auction by Lots4Charity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the event, a lovely three course meal was served. The event was rounded off with a fantastic raffle draw and live music from DJ Harry of Divine Musiq.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The event helped raise funds for the project and RSSC would like to give a big thank you to all the people who made the event happen.  In particular RSSC would like to thank the sponsors, who generously donated towards the cause, and whose funds will allow the site to fulfil its potential as being a modern and competitive cricket ground.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be sure to check out the photos from the ball in the Gallery Section. We hope to see you at our next event!

Durdans Park Update Pictures

December 14, 2017 at 6:20 pm

Check out the progress on the cricket pitch and pavilion!

Sounds of Bollywood Charity Fundraiser – Saturday 21st October 2017

October 4, 2017 at 3:52 pm

Ramgarhia Sports and Social Club (RSSC) presents a night of live Bollywood music and entertainment. Come and enjoy live music performed by the famous Ranjeet (Ricky) Sethi and Manjeet (Micky) Sethi together with full orchestra. Live dance entertainment will be performed by the Creative Edge Dance Group, all followed by an open dance floor for those who like to party with DJ Harry from Divine Musiq leading the entertainment. An event not to be missed!

Included in your ticket:
– Canapes and welcome drinks
– Three course meal
– Unlimited soft drinks
– Drinks (pay bar) available

All funds raised will go towards the Durdans Park Cricket Grounds Regeneration Project at Adrienne Avenue, Southall. The construction of the new English Cricket Board approved pavilion is complete and the cricket pitch will be ready for use for the 2018 cricket season. To date RSSC has raised £650,000 through various grants to finance this development. We now have a target of £50,000 to go towards the installation of CCTV, gated security, cricket training nets and fitting of a bar and furniture in the pavilion.

Ticket Prices: Adult £35 | Children under 12 £20 | Under 5 Free

For tickets and/or sponsorship opportunities please contact:
– Mr Kartar Singh Ryatt – 07930 486 316 | k.ryatt@gmail.com

MJSR Annual Sports Tournament

June 19, 2017 at 8:36 pm

RSSC welcomes you to the 38th Annual Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia Sports Tournament on the 19-20th August 2017!

Entries are now open!!! You can enter online for the following tournaments:

To enter online:

Squash

Football

Badminton 

To enter by paper form:

Click Here to Download a Badminton Entry Form!

Click Here to Download a Football Entry Form! 

Also feel free to check out last years photos by clicking here

We hope to see you all at this years tournament.

Durdans Park Timelapse Video

November 15, 2016 at 10:41 am

Check out the progress to date!

Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia Karate Course – Sunday 21 Aug 2016

August 17, 2016 at 6:03 pm

MJSR Annual Sports Tournament

June 26, 2016 at 12:04 pm

RSSC welcomes you to the 37th Annual Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia Sports Tournament on the 20-21st August 2016!

Entries are now open!!! Contact details are on the below flyer.

Alternatively you can enter online for the following tournaments:

To enter online:

Squash

Badminton

Hockey

To enter by paper form:

Click Here to Download a Badminton Entry Form!

Click Here to Download a Football Entry Form!

Also feel free to check out last years photos by clicking here

We hope to see you all at this years tournament.

Birthday honours: Queen hands BEM to sports coach Dave Chana

June 26, 2016 at 11:51 am

Davinder Singh Chana, a volunteer football coach from Southall, was awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his services to community sport in west London in the Queen’s 2016 Birthday Honours List. Davinder, known as Dave, has been involved in grassroots football since 1996 when he joined Explorers Youth Football Club and over the years has held several roles including coach, manager, chairman and assistant club welfare officer. He is still the life vice-president of the club.

Dave is currently the head coach for Ramgarhia Sports & Social Club (RSSC) and also the Sikh Welfare Awareness Team (SWAT). He has provided coaching sessions for the Voice Youth Project in Hounslow and the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy’s “Parkash” charity events held annually to raise money for the school. He is also the general secretary and charter standard coordinator for the Middlesex Youth Football League and actively promotes and encourages compliance with equality and fair play initiatives like RESPECT, Kick-it-Out, Football v Homophobia.

On behalf of SWAT, Dave runs a Saturday morning soccer school for five to 14 year olds and has worked closely with Sporting Equals to set up a ladies and men’s yoga club, and also trained as a tennis activator to deliver indoor tennis sessions at SWAT’s Thursday night youth club held at Hayes Gurdwara.

As well as being a licensed FA Level 2 coach, Dave recently completed the FA Level 2 in talent identification and hopes to help find and develop talented young Asian players. His voluntary work was recognised by Middlesex County Football Association when he received the 10 Year Long Service Award in May 2009 and the Award for Outstanding Service to Community Football in 2014. Earlier this year in February, Dave finished runner-up as the Unsung Hero at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA) 2016 sponsored by Lycamobile and founded by Sporting Equals. Dave juggles all his voluntary work whilst working full time as a quality engineer with Hale Hamilton Valves Ltd in Uxbridge.

Dave said: “I don’t know where 20 years have gone but I have and am thoroughly enjoying my involvement in providing sport, especially football, to the local community. I am absolutely chuffed and humbled to receive the Queen’s honour and thank everyone, especially my family, who has supported me over the years and enabled me to be recognised in this unexpected manner. The BEM more than makes up for the disappointment of not winning the BEDSA’s Unsung Hero Award.”

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