Young Soham footballers show team spirit
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Soham United U8s made a great start to the new season with a hard-fought game against Haddenham Rovers.
The Soham boys showed true team spirit by taking turns in goal.
The game was played in good spirit with good goals from both teams.
Soham U9 Blacks played at home against Histon Hornets, the players played well despite the heat.
Both keepers were quick and skilful, defenders demonstrated their strength. Both teams were persistent and played very well.
Soham U9 Whites played their first Cup game of the season away at Manea. The boys dominated the game throughout.
Both teams played extremely well. A great start to the season for the boys.
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The U12 Yellows enjoyed another victory against Isleham Blacks in the Colts League, securing another three points and maintaining a winning stride.
Soham finished the game 3-1.
Isleham played well but unfortunately were unable to keep away the persistent attacks. Both teams played well and enjoyed a good game.