Cardinals rule local sports scene

In 2011, Cardinals Netball was nothing more than an idea shared between two former Sheerwater school friends. Nine years later, it’s one of the most successful and fastest growing clubs in Woking... Read more »

Confusion reigns over pantomime Cardinals

PANTO season appears to have arrived at Woking Football Club. It was a case of ‘Oh yes he is, oh no he isn’t’ after last week’s eagerly anticipated board meeting, as confusion... Read more »

Tickets selling fast as host of celebrities team up for charity match at Kingfield

CELEBRITY chef Dean Edwards believes Woking Football Club has the recipe for a fabulous afternoon on Sunday when The Laithwaite Community Stadium hosts a galaxy of famous faces. Calum Best, Ant Middleton,... Read more »

Big news from the 1920s packed into tiny pages

NEWSPAPERS typically come in broadsheet or tabloid sizes – but the News & Mail has also been printed in miniature form. Rare examples from the 1920s of what was then called Woking... Read more »

Community tournaments come to a triumphant close at Kingfield

WOKING Football Club’s Kingfield Stadium has just rounded off two weeks of community tournaments hosted by the club’s official charity Cardinals in the Community over the last two weeks from events for... Read more »

Woking fans to meet developer of proposed new stadium

IT’S been 17 years in the making, but Woking fans will now get the opportunity to meet with the new developer for the proposed Cardinal Court stadium development at Kingfield. With the... Read more »

Garage gives cars to Netball team

WEST End Garage Kia has continued its support for local netball team, Cardinals Netball Club, by gifting the club two new Kia Rios. The cars will be used by the team to... Read more »

Soroptimists bring home the bacon for good causes

GENEROUS charity supporters brought home the bacon for a couple of good causes this month. Soroptimists International Woking & District’s annual pig racing event, which raised £720 for the Motor Neurone Disease... Read more »

Club play the ‘Name Game’

FOOTBALL: WOKING Football Club have announced that their home ground in Kingfield Road shall now be known as the The Laithwaite Community Stadium. The two-year naming rights deal – with an option... Read more »
THE SCORING DOESN’T REND THERE – assured scorer Scott Rendell (centre) is congratulated by his Woking team-mates after his early opener

Two star Sincil-town

CARDS motored away from rivals Lincoln in the Conference standings with an A1 display on the road. In a game of ‘one-way traffic’, as boss Garry Hill described it, Woking raced into a... Read more »