The Evo-Stik Southern sponsored by Evo-Stik
Hayes & Yeading United Football Club


Striker Joins

New manager Mickey Lewis has moved quickly to make his first acquisition with former Swindon, Torquay and Basingstoke forward Lloyd Macklin agreeing terms with United for 2016/17.

On behalf of all at Hayes & Yeading I would like to welcome Lloyd to the Club.



Benyon Departs

Last seasons top scorer and Player of the Year Elliot Benyon has not surprisingly departed the club and will remain at National League South level with our neighbours Wealdstone.

United were committed to trying to retain Elliot's services but for a player of his quality it was unlikely he would take a step down the pyramid when higher offers were almost certainly flying in from around the National South after his performances for United last season.

On behalf of the club I wish Elliot well with his new club and thank him for his efforts and loyalty to Hayes & Yeading throughout what was a torrid season.



New Manager

Hayes & Yeading United are delighted to announce the return of Mickey Lewis to the Club as first team Manager as we look to return to Middlesex for the new season.

Mickey is a former West Brom, Derby and Oxford United defender who stepped up from his coaching role at Oxford United to become caretaker manager in 2014 following the departure of Chris Wilder to Northampton Town. Originally came to United in August 2015 but departed soon after the arrival of his predessessor Garry Haylock.

Mickey has already started planning for the new season, and we look forward to a successful season in the Southern League Premier.



Funeral Details

Keith's brother Tony has provided funeral details as below.

The funeral service for Keith will take place on Wednesday 11th May at 11:30 am.

Service to be held at:
East Chapel, Breakspear Crematorium, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 7SJ.

The family welcome all old friends to come along to pay their respects to a lifelong supporter of Hayes FC.

Keith, as many of you may know suffered with diabetes, and was not a great one for flowers. If you were considering sending flowers, we are politely asking that donations be made in Keith's memory to “Diabetes UK” instead.



With Sadness

It is with sadness that we have been informed of the recent passing of Keith Ramsdale following a short illness, a day after his 68th birthday.

Keith had been a fan of Hayes / Hayes & Yeading for well over 55 years, and was a volunteer selling match day programmes throughout many of those 55 years.

In recent years, mobility issues had preventing him from making it to games, particularly following the move away from Church Road, however that didn’t prevent Keith taking a keen interest in results and progress from his Hayes home.

Keith was also a well-known figure throughout Hayes Town, and could be often found enjoying a coffee and chat with friends in Jenny’s, and in many of the town shops.

Keith was an absolute gentleman, and never had bad word for anyone. He will be sorely missed by his family and by all those who have known him.

RIP Keith


Van Arama Conference South

Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Island Exhibitions errea - Andreas Carter Sports Powerday iZedIT Computer Solutions The Evo-Stik League Southern