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Another great day for the Haddenham Youth Football Club U9s in the Chinnor Tournament at the weekend meant further additions to the boys' medals tally.

HYFC were represented in the Colts and the Rangers categories and both teams were fantastic in every match to reach their respective finals.

Unfortunately, despite taking an early lead, the HYFC Colts team lost 2-to-1 in their final against a very well organised Crendon Corinthians team.

After a very close and hard fought football match against Risborough Rangers, HYFC Rangers won their final by 2-to-1 after extra time.

Well done to everyone involved on the day!

If you would like to join Haddenham Youth Football Clubs, please Email: hyfcinfo@gmail.com for further information, or check out our website.

We are the club that provides football for all:
Boys, Girls, Ladies and Walking Football for the over-45s.

Andy Roff

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