Middlesex Masonic Sports Association

As a Middlesex Mason you are a member of the MMSA and together with your family and friends are entitled to partake in the excellent sporting programme throughout the year.

The several sections which make up the MMSA are the renowned Masters Bike Ride, Badminton, Clay Shooting, Cricket, Cycling, Golf, Sailing and the 5 a side Football. The Angling section is being set up and we are looking to revive the Bowls section.

The AGM was held on 15 October 2016 at the Uxbridge Masonic Centre where our President R.W.Bro Alastair Mason inspired us with his plans for the inter provincial Tercentenary Celebrations which will revolve around Sporting activities.

Ms Jordanne Whiley, Britain’s No1 and the World’s No 4 Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis player gave a moving account of her life and achievements at our special and popular MMSA Annual Dinner held at the Moor Park Mansions. I extend my personal invitation to you, your wife/partner and family to our next Annual Dinner to be held on 24 February 2017 at the Moor Park Mansions. We are always sold out and to avoid disappointment I would therefore urge you to send in your booking confirmations to our Secretary as soon as you are able to.

Since its inception in 1953 the Middlesex Masonic Sports Association (MMSA) has been an integral part of our Masonic structure. It is the oldest association in the Province with a proud history of achieving its objective of “Promoting Freemasonry Through Sport.” During this time the activities of the various sports sections has enabled the MMSA to raise and donate over £320,000 to worthy causes including our sponsorship of successful Paralympic athletes over successive Olympics.

The Festival 20:20 in aid of the RMTGB is well underway with the MMSA’s pledge of support. The London to Brighton Master’s Ride, River Thames Walk, Golf Open Day, Treasure Hunt, Dingy Sailing week and 20:20 Cricket at Lords are just some of the events in support of The Festival 20:20 open for you to partake.

The MMSA is supported by annual donations from Lodges and Chapters and I thank you and your Lodge / Chapter for your continued support. We rely on you to proudly propose to your Lodge / Chapter to make this year’s donation.

It is forever received with gratitude and applied faithfully.

You can also view the MMSA web site www.mmsasports.uk for news and our sporting and social calendar. Come on and join in the enjoyment, get involved with the MMSA and have fun!
Best wishes

Sanjiv Shah