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NCFL Youth 5-a-side May 2018

Norfolk Christian youth league sees 200 players at tournament 

Over 200 players from 37 different teams enjoyed an exciting and sunny five-a-side tournament organised by the youth section of the Norfolk Christian Football league on Saturday (May 19) at Old Catton, Norwich.

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The now annual tournament took place at Lavare Park in Old Catton, with teams competing at Under 10, 12, 14 and 16 levels, representing clubs from across the county including: Wymondham, Norwich, Hethersett, Sheringham, Old Catton, Stoke Holy Cross, Brooke, Costessey, Thorpe, Surlingham, Happisburgh and Lowestoft.
 
During the morning, the Under 10s final saw Easton St Peter beat Old Catton Blues 3-0 and in the Under 12s Stoke A beat Costessey Jets 5-0.
 
In the afternoon session, league champions Happisburgh beat Old Catton Soul 1-0 in the Under 14 final. In the Under 16 final league champions Lighthouse, from Sheringham, saw two of its teams compete with the B team beating the A team 2-1.
 
League secretary, Alan Barnes, said: “It was a friendly and enjoyable competition as always – though keenly contested in all the age groups. We saw a good standard of skill, with qualified referees and a day which upheld the league’s aims to link he church to the community through the medium of football.”

To see a full picture gallery of the tournament, see above or click here.

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