St Mary's Centre
St Mary's Church
By Paul Moore - 27th August 2017 9:00am
After a successful season last year, Haddenham Youth FC U12 (Year 7) are looking for more players to strengthen the squad for the forthcoming season.
We welcome players of all abilities as we currently manage two nine aside teams playing in different ability leagues in the South Bucks Mini conference. However, we are short of players who want to play in goal or be a forward. Last season was our most successful on record, both teams finished near the top of their respective leagues and winning three end of season tournaments.
We train on Saturday mornings at Haddenham Junior school from 9.30am to 11.15am and play matches on Sunday morning. If you are interested in playing this season, or require more information, then please contact Paul Moore: Tel 07789 877649 or Email email@example.com
In addition, we are looking for any Adults or older teenagers to referee matches on Sunday morning on a regular basis, again please contact Paul for details.
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