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Matt Gunn and Nick Cuthbert's Haddenham Youth under-7s entered the Wycombe Wanderers Elite tournament recently, and the fee was money well spent.

The boys did a fantastic job and topped the table to take top spot!

The boys and parents had a fantastic day and especially enjoyed collecting their medals and the winner's trophy on the pitch of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club.

This success follows on from a great first season for the team, having lost only one game all season in their league.

It has been a fantastic start for them and let's hope that it continues for them.

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