Haddenham under-7s, left, performed superbly in only their second outing and were unlucky to be beaten 1-0 by Stretham in the final of a five-a-side football competition on Saturday. Haddenham started off the Stretham Bowls Club Fun Day five-a-side tourn
Haddenham under-7s, left, performed superbly in only their second outing and were unlucky to be beaten
1-0 by Stretham in the final of a five-a-side football competition on Saturday.
Haddenham started off the Stretham Bowls Club Fun Day five-a-side tournament in fine form. They won all five of their group matches, scoring 14 goals and conceding just one. The team, with half of the squad playing up a year, then knocked out Mepal Sports with a 2-0 semi-final win before their 1-0 defeat in the final.
Pictured are: Joshua Lowe, Matthew Wright, William Darlington, Jake Alsop, Kieran Petty and Nicholas Threadgold.
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# HADDENHAM Rovers under-10s entered two teams into a five-a-side tournament in Histon on Sunday.
Both teams were up against some high quality opposition from the Cambridge area.
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Team one narrowly failed to qualify from their group while team two produced a commendable performance and reached the semi-finals before losing 1-0 in a tight match against Histon A.
The team line-ups were as follows:
Team 1: John Falconer, James Beary, Jo Snooks, Lawrence Martin, Edward Emmerson, Robert Nangle and Kieran Drummond.
Team 2: Richard Padmore, Alex Lowe, Matthew Morton, Oliver Holden, Chris Threadgold, Jake Bartlotski and Theo Hall.