Crusaders finish as runner-up


Weston Crusaders Under-11s finished as runners-up in a tournament at Yate.

WESTON Crusaders Under-11s rounded off the season playing a tournament in Yate, against some strong Bristol and Gloucester teams.

Having won their own tournament last week, they took a strong squad comprising Lewis, Ethan, Charlie, Harry, Blondie, Tom, Snedds and Joel.

Playing some excellent passing football, they progressed comfortably from their group. They then beat the strong home Yate side in the semi-finals and were unlucky to lose in the final to an extra time golden goal.

Despite the intense heat, they can be proud of their performance and work-rate and look to go from strength to strength when they start the new season.

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Special mention goes to assistant coach Bill Hunter, who finally managed to finish a tournament without getting too sunburnt.

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WINSCOMBE AFC is a family-orientated FA Charter Standard Community Development Football Club and has some of the best facilities in the area.

Their coaches are FA qualified and are committed to developing your child’s football ability in a safe and enjoyable environment.

The Under-12s currently play a high standard of football, competing in Division 1 of the Woodspring Junior league. They are looking for new players of a suitable standard to join the team and will be holding a signing-on day at Winscombe Recreation Ground on Saturday at 10.30am.

If your child is interested in joining the team, please come along or call Richard Goodison on 07766 874089.

BANWELL juniors are looking for new players for the forthcoming season at age groups of Under-14, Under-12 and Under-11 (new school years 6, 7 and 9).

The Under-12s and Under-11s are new teams starting this season. The friendly, family club has excellent facilities. For more information, please contact Paul White on 07772 711187

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