Mike is a Life Member, and Vice President, of Sully Sports and Social Club, and currently holds the prestigious position of Club President. Mike first joined the Club in 1975, firstly to playing rugby for Barry Plastics RFC (nowadays Sully Sports RFC), he had a Long and distinguished playing career that finally ended when he reached 58 years of age.
Between 1976 and 2013, Mike was a devoted member of the Rugby Committee, holding various posts, including Captain, Treasurer, Chairman and Secretary. He has made a significant and sustained contributions to the growth and success of the rugby section.
John is the vice chairman of Sully Sports and Social Club and is also vice president and a life member of the club. He is a member of the order of St John, a special honour bequeathed to individuals who have contributed significantly to St John Ambulance.
During John’s younger days he was keen on a variety of sports including rugby, baseball and karate, he has also enjoyed scuba diving throughout the world. Today he takes a particular interest in the club’s rugby team and is enjoying the challenge of leading the club into the 21st century.
Keith joined the club in 1965 and is a keen supporter and promoter of the Indoor and outdoor bowls club. He is a Vice President of the Club and represents the Bowls on the Management Committee.
Keith is the Chairman and Treasurer of the outdoor bowls and Treasurer of the Indoor bowls section of the club. He is a Life Member of the Club and was instrumental in setting up the Indoor Bowls Arena.
Stephen has been an active member of the club for over 12 years and has been Chairman of the football section of the club for 6 years.
Stephen is a Vice President of the club and served on the management committee for 5 years, he is also a former Chairman of the club. He is an energetic campaigner for both the club and the football sector.
Colin has been involved in Welsh football for over 35 years, signing for Wrexham FC as a youth player. He then played in Welsh league for both Newtown and Llanidloes Town, ending his playing career with Montgomery Town in the Central Wales League.
Since hanging his boots up he has managed and coached various football teams at both senior and youth level. Colin is now both a coach and committee member for Sully Sports F.C. He is totally committed to providing the very best facilities for the next generation of football talent.
Carol has been an active member of Sully Sports since joining the club in the early 80’s. She has joined the committee to look after the interests of social members of the club.
Carol holds the distinction of being the first woman member of the committee. She is committed to moving the club forward and returning it to be one the best sports and social club in South Wales as it once was.
Steve joined the club in 1968, becoming club captain for both the second and third rugby teams, he then went on to play for the senior first team followed by the veteran side. Refusing to hang his boots up he then refereed for the Cardiff and District RFU.
Steve is the current chairman and secretary of Sully Sports RFC and represents the rugby section of the club on the committee. He is committed to the future development of Sully Sports and Social Club.
Bob joined Sully Sports and Social Club in 1987 and is now a life member of the club. He became a member of the management committee in 2012 and represents the bowls club.
Bob plays both indoors and outdoors bowls and has represented the club on several occasions. In 2010 he won the Torquay Open Pairs Tournament with W Clarke, then in the following year he won the prestige Men’s Singles Trophy. He is keen to get younger members and non-members to join the bowling section of the club.
Mike was elected to the Management Committee in March 2015 and represents the Sully Club Members. He is a resident of Sully and has been a member of Sully Sports and Social Club for 25 years.
Mike has over 21 years business experience within the entertainment industry and has been involved in running restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, themed pubs and sports bars. With his understanding of the industry he is looking forward to the challenges and changes the club has planned over the next few years.