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Fancy a game of footy on Bank Holiday Monday, 4th May?

Are you a mature chap who still thinks he can 'turn it on' despite legs that have not run like a teenagers for a few years?!

Then you will love this:

A six-a-side football tournament is being held for local middle-aged soccer superstars on Haddenham Playing Fields, Woodways on Monday 4th May. The kick off is at 12.00 noon, with the final scheduled for 4.00pm.

The event will include a bar and BBQ, as well as lots of activities to keep the children entertained.

For more information, get in touch with Gary McCarron.

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