Priory Pumas act as flag bearers
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Priory Pumas Under-8s acted as flag bearers at Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City.
ASPIRING footballers from North Somerset were given the opportunity to act as flag bearers at Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City Football Club.
A team of 14 Priory Pumas Under-8 players took to the pitch in support of a match against Oldham Athletic.
The team spent half-time on the pitch waving their flags, while donning their new training tops sponsored by Paramount PR and enjoyed front row tickets to watch the game.
Pumas coach and organiser Mark Millman, said: “We were delighted to be selected as a team for this honour and the boys really enjoyed the experience.”
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The flag bearing opportunity follows on from a successful training day the team attended at St George’s Park, England’s training ground earlier this year.
For more information about Priory Pumas Football Club please visit www.pitchero.com/clubs/priorypumasfc
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UPHILL Castle Under-15s travelled to unbeaten Nailsea United and put in a superb performance as they won 3-1.
Ben Major pulled off a great save early on as the first-half ended goalless.
After the break, Nailsea took the lead, 1-0, but soon after Elliman broke into the Nailsea box and was brought down and he netted the penalty.
Minutes later from some good play, Elliman hit a majestic shot from outside of the area. The third goal was a great team effort as Tom Starr won the ball in midfield and found Tom Stephens who netted to make it 3-1.
Granny George man of the match was awarded to the whole team.