GALLERY: Youngsters put through their paces at annual Soham Superstars

PUBLISHED: 08:56 11 August 2014 | UPDATED: 08:56 11 August 2014

Soham Superstars, at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, the age group winners.

Soham Superstars, at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, the age group winners.

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More than 50 sporty youngsters took part in the annual three-day Soham Superstars extravaganza this week.

The kids, aged from six right up to 16 were put through their paces over three days of competition at the Ross Peers Sports Centre in sports ranging from football and athletics to archery and mini golf.

An inflatable assault course proved the ultimate test for the youngsters at the end of the three days, in which they had to race through against the clock, dodging obstacles and climbing inflatable walls.

At the end of the event, a host of medals and trophies were presented to the top performers at a special ceremony to mark the finish.

Soham Superstars, at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, Seran, Soham Superstars, at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, Seran,

A spokesman for the Ross Peers centre said: “We were very lucky with the weather because we had three lovely days. We have been doing Superstars for about 20 years now and the kids really enjoy it.”

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