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New Attire For the Under-14s

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Haddenham Youth U14s

Haddenham Youth Under-14s will stay snug and dry this winter, thanks to the new rain jackets kindly sponsored by local man Damien Natale, owner of Complete Installations — a company that offers to keep us all dry with Conservatories, Extensions, Soffits, Facias and Guttering etc.

Indeed, Damien was himself actively involved in the Youth FC some 20 years ago when his son played. He is very happy to sponsor the jackets to help the current group of players.

The team currently play their matches at the splendid new playing fields at the old airfield site.

It has been a slow start to the season, for the team have yet to record a win, However, Team Manager Gary McCarron is trying to keep the lads' spirits up and, with their new jackets, it's odds on that their spirits won't be "dampened" any further!!!

Update:
The lads beat Chesham 6-5 on Sunday 8th December — their first win of the season: well done chaps!

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