Crusaders reach their fifth consecutive final

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Weston Crusaders Under-12s reached their fifth consecutive final of the summer at Frampton Cotterell.

WESTON Crusaders Under-12s finished off the summer in style with a tournament in Frampton Cotterell.

Having won their group, they advanced through from the semis beating Downend 2-0 and then beat a strong Whitchurch team 1-0 in the final, with the winning goal coming off a defender from a goal bound effort from Aiden.

Defending as a team, they kept a clean sheet throughout the tournament, with Ben Griffiths scoring six goals in total.

It was a strong all-round performance and the squad of Harry, Tom, Blondie, James, Snedds, Lewis, Reece, Ben, Ethan, Joel and Aiden all battled well and can look forward to next season with great confidence, having reached the final of all five tournaments entered this summer.


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WESTON Town currently have spaces for experienced players at Under-15s and 16s age group (year 10 & 11 from September).

The club also have a few spaces left in its new Under-9s team (year four from September) and is looking to start teams for children aged five to seven years.

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If you are interested in any of these age groups, please call chairman, Phil Baker on 07929 778272 or email philbkr@Hotmail.co.uk for further details.

MILTON Nomads require new players for its new Under-6s age group, as well as a manager.

The manager will be enrolled on a FA Level 1 coaching course. The club thrive on giving children a fun, safe, friendly environment to learn and enjoy football.

If your child is entering school year one and wishes to play football, please contact Ben on 07794 776356.

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