Solihull sports clubs pay tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II - The Solihull Observer

Solihull sports clubs pay tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II

Solihull Editorial 9th Sep, 2022   0

SOLIHULL’S sports clubs have paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II who died yesterday (September 8) at the age of 96.

The late Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral yesterday afternoon, a Buckingham Palace statement confirmed.

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning monarch in British history and her Platinum Jubilee was marked in the UK and around the World earlier this year.

And many of Solihull’s sports clubs have paid their respects following the news.




National League club Solihull Moors tweeted: “Solihull Moors joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

“The Club would like to extend its condolences to all members of the Royal Family at this sad time.”


Moors Chairman Darryl Eales added in a statement: “It is almost impossible to overstate the impact of the Queen and her reign over the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth countries.

“The warmth and affection felt by the people for their Queen have been no more evident than in recent years, when she gave strength and reassurance to the public during a period of turbulence and uncertainty.

“Her qualities of loyalty, fortitude, consistency and strength of character have enabled her to surpass the reign of her predecessors and as she takes her place in royal history she will be fondly and lovingly remembered by those whose lives she touched.

“We will all have our own memories of Her Majesty and we pay the following tribute to a truly remarkable woman and an exceptional life well lived.”

Midland Football League Division Two side Earlswood Town tweeted: “All at Earlswood Town FC join the rest of the nation, Commonwealth and many countries of the world in expressing their sadness at the death of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”

Fellow Midland Football League Division Two club Knowle FC tweeted: “The players, coaches and everyone connected with Knowle FC are deeply saddened to learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth ll.

“RIP Your Majesty.”

Women’s National Ice Hockey League side Solihull Vixens tweeted: “Rest in Peace Your Majesty. Thank you for your service, the whole nation and Commonwealth will be deeply united in mourning.”

RFU Counties 3 Midlands West (South) club Birmingham and Solihull RFC tweeted: “Rest in peace Your Majesty #QueenElizabeth.”

RFL League 1 side Midlands Hurricanes tweeted: “We are saddened to learn of the passing of our monarch The Queen.

“Our thoughts are with the Royal Family, and everyone mourning her loss at this time.

“Rest In Peace Your Majesty.”

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