It was a pair of mixed results for City in their home double-header. Firstly a 2-0 defeat to a decent Nottingham Forest side with more defensive mishaps was a disappointing performance and result given the Tigers’ recent good form.
However City upped their game for the visit of free scoring, top of the table Norwich City on Tuesday with a gritty performance to gain a creditable draw in appalling conditions. It was a sad site in the stadium however with swathes or empty seats evidence of the rot the club finds itself in.
Next up for City is a trip to Loftus Road to face QPR . The R’s have only lost one of their last 9 matches so will provide a tough test for City who will be aiming to move out of the relegation zone
Here’s your update from the trust this week…
The Trust has been contacted this week by a gentleman named Graham Finch, whose father Roy, made 3 guest appearances for City in 1944.
Following some detective work by some of the Trust Board, using the excellent resources of TigerBase, The Hull City AFC Database Project, we not only discovered which games Roy played in but also that he scored 2 goals in the process.
Graham is very keen to purchase programmes for those games which were against Leeds United (home) on 14/10/1944, Newcastle United (home), on 11/11/1944 and finally Gateshead (away) on 25/11/1944.
So if you’re a programme collector, (or know someone who is), and have these programmes in your collection, then please cemail us here and we’ll forward your details on to Graham.
Dementia Friends Awareness Sessions
Our Community Partners Dementia Friendly East Yorkshire are offering the second of two opportunities to attend a FREE Dementia Awareness session as part of their commitment to making the East Riding of Yorkshire Dementia Friendly.
This will take place at the Treasure House, Champney Road, Beverley, HU17 8HE on Thursday 6th December, both at 6pm-8pm.
People who attended the first session on Thursday (29th) said the session was very worthwhile and well delivered, so please attend if you can
For further details or to book your place, email them with your name and a contact telephone number here.
More details of the organisations work can be found on their website here.
Funds available for Local Youth Football teams.
Do You (or someone you know) run a Hull Boys Sunday Football team or an East Riding Girls Team?
The collapse of the Wembley sale might result in no extra funds going to grass roots football, but don’t worry – funding is available locally.
Several years ago, the then Tigers Co-Operative, now Hull City Supporters Trust, donated £6,000 to support local youth football teams.
For more details of the scheme follow the link here.
There are still funds available, of up to £100 per team. All you need to do is complete the application form available here.
It’s been a quiet week for the Development squad after the under 23 side’s match with Barnsley fell foul of the weather last Friday.
The under 18’s match against Crewe Alexandra did go ahead at Bishop Burton. The result was the same as the under 23’s the previous Monday, a 2-3 defeat with Keane Lewis-Potter scoring both the City goals.
The week ahead is busy though for the under 18 side which travels to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday for a league game (KO 11:30) and then on Wednesday take on Cardiff City under 18s in the third round of the FA Youth Cup. This game is being held at the KCOM with kick off scheduled for 19:00 and tickets for this game are being sold for £3 at the Tiger Leisure outlets.
It’s cup action too for the under 23 side who face the long trek to Swansea City today (Friday) in the Premier League Cup. This match is at Landore Training Ground and is scheduled to kick off at 19:00.
Hull City Ladies
Last Sunday saw the Tigresses suffer a 2nd successive league defeat, losing 1-4 away at a much more experienced Stoke City Ladies team.
This Sunday, the girls are on their travels again but this time away at Long Eaton United in the 2nd round of the Women’s FA Cup.
City play in a higher league level than their opponents so will be confident of a confidence boosting win to continue their cup run.
For more articles on The Ladies check out the excellent Fanatic Hull website.
The latest musings on all things City related from our Associate Writer Kathryn Batte.
Please follow the link here .
If you’re still struggling to know what to get a Hull City loving family member or friend for Christmas, then we may have the answer with a 3 year HCST Membership pack.
Available for just £11 for non-members or existing members can be upgraded for £10
Don’t forget 1 year and Lifetime memberships are also available, as well as a Junior membership, (for fans aged 16 or under), for just £2 – visit our website for details.
You could also choose something from the wide selection available in our on-line shop here.
More wisdom from our friends at Amber Nectar.
Hull City Fans Forum on Hull Kingston Radio
More fan-focused chat from our friends at HKR.
You can listen to the latest programme here.
HCST’s Partners of the Week
In this week’s Partner of the Week section, we have an in-depth look at two HCST partners – Skin Deep Aesthetics & Hull Kingston Radio.
Our first partner of the week is Skin Deep Aesthetics.
10% OFF ALL TREATMENTS FOR HCST MEMBERS
Skin Deep Aesthetics is a privately owned small business based in Walkington near Beverley providing prescriptive bespoke wrinkle treatment and dermal fillers to enhance your natural beauty and help you to achieve younger, better looking skin without plastic surgery.
Our second Partner of the Week is Hull Kingston Radio.
10% DISCOUNT TO HCST MEMBERS
What will £26 per week do for boosting your business potential? Not a lot normally! But that’s where we come in to help.
It’s never been a better time to get on your business noticed by radio advertising with Hull Kingston Radio 107.4FM.
Here at East Yorkshire’s biggest community radio station, we can slash a nice 10% off our normal rates on advertising & sponsorship packages for trust members. £26 per week will get you 8 adverts plays per day, 365 days a year, that’s 2912 advert plays in total, and at just 46p per advert play to Trust members it won’t burn a hole in your pocket! But that’s not all! We will give you a FREE website link, FREE business interview, and connect with your business on our social media platforms.
Plus, we have show & feature sponsorship that starts from just £25 per week!, and that comes with 10% off as well.
All our adverts are produced by the multi-award winning local company Engine 7. It’s commercial radio standard advertising, at a community radio price!
For more information call Pete Mills on 01482 715105 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, or email him here.
Terms & conditions apply.
For this week’s offer, City / HCAFC scarves are £4. Buy yours from the store here.
Stop the front page!
HCST are looking for new contributors to our website.
These can be articles about football in general, all things Hull City or match reports. So if you’re a sports journalist in the making or just fancy giving it a go as a hobby please let us know – you don’t need to be a professional – all articles will be welcome. There’s no requirement to produce words every week or month, just as and when you are able to. If you are interested please email us here.