August 23, 2012
New Milton’s U17 Colts are celebrating this week having won the Kerry Cup becoming the Hampshire County Champions.
The championship took place at the Southampton based Ageas Bowl on the 20th of August where the NMCC colts emphatically beat Portsmouth by 8 wickets, taking the championship.
The Kerry Cup is the culmination of an outstanding season for the R&M Sponsored Colts, making it three in a row – having previously claimed the New Forest League and New Forest Cup titles earlier in the year!
R&M wish the colts continuing success for next season!
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July 3, 2012
2012 sees the 4th year of R&M Fixings & Supports Ltd sponsoring the New Milton Cricket Club under 11’s.
Coached and Managed by Nick Dyer-Smith (R&M Fixings Director) the team has got the season off to a good – if unusual start – with their first game ending in a tie against Bashley!
On one of the rare sunny weekends of the year the eagerly anticipated New Milton V Bashley derby took place at the beautiful Fernhill Cricket ground, but despite valiant efforts of the players on both sides the final result was New Milton 76 for 7 V Bashley 76 for 4 – a Draw!
“I am very pleased with the way New Milton played, though totally surprised at the result – this is the first time I have seen a tie situation in my 30 years of playing/managing cricket!” Nick Dyer-Smith (Director).
June 20, 2012
R&M Fixings & Supports Ltd are proud sponsors of Testwood Utd Under 8’s and with the help of Termination Technology, Trench, Unistrut, Finelite, Cablofil, Metpro and Greenham we were able to supply all of the kit and training equipment (not to mention there coach Paul Toomer) to the Under 8′s who have just finished a successful first season in the Eastleigh District Mini Soccer League.
“Although at Under 8 stage the football is classed as ‘non-competitive’ (i.e. no actual league table is kept) we had a very successful season and are very much looking forward to next season at Under 9 Level where a league table will be kept for the first time - so watch this space!” Paul Toomer (Coach & R&M Employee)
February 3, 2012
Tags: Saints Big Bike Challenge
As some of you are aware R&M Fixings and Supports Director – Steve Cargill – is taking on the gigantic challenge of joining the “Saints Big Bike Challenge” on the 9th of April this year (Easter Monday), involving a 85 cycle ride from St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, to Selhurst Park – the home of Crystal Palace, to coincide with a 3pm kick off!
Steves training for this gruelling event started in earnest at the beginning of the year (once New Year celebrations were over) with his tough regime including the avoidance of alcohol for the duration of the training (Steve has not touched a drop since the 2nd of January!).
After 4 weeks of gradually building up his stamina Steve successfully completed his first continuous 20 mile ride on the 29th of January – averaging at 14 miles per hour!
Official Stats: Jan 2012
- Miles Cycled: 262
- Time Cycles: 19.32 hours
- Calories Burned: 32,839
- Weight Lost: 1 stone 10 lbs
To support Steve in this incredible endeavour please click on the link to visit his “Just Giving” page – he appreciates all the support you are able to give him in reaching his ultimate target of raising £1000 for this worth while cause.
December 12, 2011
Tags: Saints Big Bike Challenge
R&M Fixings and Supports Director – Steve Cargill – is taking on the gigantic challenge of joining the “Saints Big Bike Challenge” on the 9th of April next year (Easter Monday), involving a 85 cycle ride from St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, to Selhurst Park – the home of Crystal Palace, to coincide with a 3pm kick off!
“As anyone who knows me will tell you, I am not world renowned for my fitness regime! But being a life-long supporter of Saints this cause is one that is very close to my heart and I am really looking forward to the challenge – saddle sores and all! I am looking to raise a whopping £1,000, so any donations, large or small are gratefully received through my Just Giving page” Steve Cargill (Director).
The cycle ride is in support of registered charities “The Saints Foundation” and their official partner “Help the Hospices”. Funds raised will directly support the operational costs of the Saints Education Centre, set up by the Saints Foundation to improve the education of young people in Southampton through literacy, numeracy and IT syllabus which supports the National Curriculum.
Funds raised will also support local hospices; Naomi House and the Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity. From Physiotherapy and pain relief to a listening ear and home cooked meal, your local hospice does whatever it can to help seriously ill young people and adults in the local area to live well until they die. Hospice care is free for everyone who needs it, but is not free to provide.
Saints Foundation Ambassador Iwan Thomas is fully behind the event; “I would recommend the Big Bike Challenge as a great way to get fit and raise funds for three worthwhile causes. I’m aware of the great work of Saints Foundation and the two local Hospices make a huge impact to people’s lives at a difficult time for those involved. Good luck to everyone who takes part and let’s raise plenty of money!”
May 15, 2011
Tags: Nap of Amsterdam Data Centre
R&M Fixings & Supports Ltd are very pleased to announce that they have been chosen to supply the Strut, Brackets, Fixings and Containment for the prestigious Nap of Amsterdam Data Centre project, through Aiden Strain Electrical Engineering Ltd (www.aseeltd.com). Aiden Strain Electrical Engineering (ASEE) have over 20 years experience as electrical engineers offering reliable, innovative solutions to specialist requirements in the electrical and mechanical field, their renowned international reputation a key factor in being awarded this prominent contract.
This data containment centre is based in the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol: A Nexus of Global Data, Global Travel and Global Commerce.
The opening of the Nap of Amsterdam will make Amsterdam Airports Schiphol Area a vital link for telecommunications and technology. Amsterdam Airport currently welcomes more than 48 million passengers and processes 1.6 million tonnes of cargo a year and is currently a major hub for air, rail and road connections so the addition of the Nap will strategically complete this offering.
The Nap of Amsterdam will be connected directly to the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (one of the largest internet exchanges in the world with more than 350 members) and will provide direct connectivity to the 500 global businesses located within the ground of the Airport Schiphol, specifically allowing direct communication with more than 160 Tier 1 carriers.
“We are delighted to continue our success in supplying containment & first fix materials to the New Build Data Centre Market, this is our 14th Major Data Centre supplied in under 5 years and we plan to continue our growth in this area by closely working with our clients and supply chain.” Steve Cargill – Director
Contact R&M Fixings & Supports today for further details on how we could make your next project a success!!
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May 10, 2011
R&M are proud to have been asked to sponsor New Milton Cricket Club through out 2011 enabling them to improve both facilities and equipment offered at grass roots level.
“On behalf of New Milton CC I would like to thank you and your company for your fantastic support once again this year. your commitment and sponsorship donations have made a major impact on our club. With your sponsorship money we have improved the coaching equipment and the amount of coaches within the club. Also it has helped us to improve our ground equipment”
Steve Taylor – New Milton CC Chairman
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April 12, 2011
R&M Sponsored 15 year old Baily Cargill played 90 minutes in the full back position in the Home Park vs Plymouth Reserves final Combination Reserves League last week. In a match that saw Plymouth Coming out on top (3 – 0) Baily played a good solid game for the Cherries finding the senior game to be considerably more physical and quicker than the youth games he has been playing in.
Baily Cargill during the second half was tasked with marking a new trialist Plymouth are looking at as a potential signing for their first team. 26 year old “Ludovic Quistin” (11 years Bialys’ senior!) who currently plays for Forest Green FC, is a Guadeloupian International and the cousin of Tottenham Hotspurs “William Gallas!”. Despite this Baily wasn’t intimidated by his opponent and coped very well.
Baily found the experience both encouraging and invaluable and recognises the level he is expected to achieve in order to be promoted to the First Team.
R&M says – Watch This Space!!!