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Hizza are kitted out in style

By Liam Moakes Wednesday 14 November 2012 Updated: 20/11 16:24

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HIZZA UNITED chairman and president Ray Griffiths is pictured (left) showing off the club's new home shirt alongside Paul Howles of sponsor Windsor Carpets.

Hizza are enjoying an encouraging season in the top flight of the BRT Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination League and sit in sixth place in the Premier Division after winning 4-1 at Alcester Town on Sunday thanks to four goals from Martin Young.

On Sunday Hizza entertain Royal Oak Studley in the BRT Terry Cup.

Hizza United Seconds were also triumphant at the weekend as they won 9-2 at home to Red Lions in Rose Bowl Group Two through goals from Lloyd (3), Poyner (3), Sword (2) and Hackles.

They are well placed in second position in Bromsgrove Sunday League Division Three, with 15 points from six matches.

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