[Sunderland Echo] - There are also five pages of local football, featuring pictures of Farringdon SC's Total Sports Challenge Trophy success last weekend, plus our eight-page Junior Football Echo, covering the latest action in the Russell Foster Youth League.
[The Independent] - The offer from Blackburn came after a year spent back enjoying himself at Eastleigh Junior Football Club and Lowe has been at Ewood ever since. After making his debut last season, he has established himself as a regular fixture – in midfield and
[Peterborough Evening Telegraph] - JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Evening Telegraph Young Footballer of the Year, Ashley Stevens, scored the only goal of the game as Woodston beat Crowland 1-0 in the final of the Under 16 League Cup to complete the league and cup double. POOL: Ebeneezers Rejects got
[Peterborough Evening Telegraph] - The city side had been hoping to be crowned county champions for the fourth season running but lost 3-2 in extra-time to Godmanchester last week. It was a shock to the system for Woodston who had previously never lost in any of the 10 League Cup and
[Peterborough Evening Telegraph] - UNDER 18: DEEPING Claret face an anxious wait to see if they've done enough to secure the Division Two title. Connor Pilbeam scored a hat-trick against Holbeach at Outgang Road on Tuesday night while Ryan Levin (2) and Chris Walls were also on target
[Footy Matters] - The East Manchester Junior Football League also impressed by its commitment to proving a positive environment for young players to learn the game. The Bobby Moore individual award went to Phil Bradley who has dedicated himself to improving the
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[Spalding Guardian] - Welcome to the beautfiul game: Spalding Athletic under-8s have just completed their first full season. Photo supplied SPALDING Athletic under-8s completed their first-ever football season on Saturday. Among the crop of players making their mark over
[Staffordshire Newsletter] - TWO scheduled junior football finals set for this Sunday at Rowley Park have been postponed due to the recent wet weather. The Mid Staffs Junior League ties between Stafford Rangers Juniors and Stone Hammers United (u11 shield) and Eccleshall Eagles v
[Beverley Guardian] - A round-up of all the junior football reports from Beverley and the surrounding area. The match took place at a windswept Beverley Leisure Centre and both teams took a few minutes to get settled. Mill Lane were the first team to adapt to the conditions
[Buxton Advertiser] - Callum Gerrard, Callum Davies, Michael Howe and Brandon Bradbury FOUR High Peak junior football teams are to do battle in a bid to get their name onto the inaugural Junior High Peak Cup. The competition involves under-12s teams from Chapel Town
[Boston Standard] - On Mondays, mini kickers ( pm, four-six years) and soccer schools (6-7pm) will be held at the Princess Royal Sports Arena. Fridays will see mini kickers ( pm) and soccer schools (6.30pm-7.30pm) held at Haven High Technolgy College.
[Spalding Guardian] - HOLBEACH UNITED U/12s 2 FLEETWOOD U/12s 1: INVINCIBLE Holbeach made it back-to-back league titles with three games to spare thanks to a pair of wonder goals. Having won each and every league game in the past two campaigns, the young Tigers have now
[Lynn News] - CAMERON, George and Ben sealed the victory for Terrington with two goals apiece, setting up a very convincing scoreline. Special mentions for Ben, who netted his first goals of the season, and George, who made a welcomed return from a lengthy spell of
[Todmorden Today] - Superb finishing earned Todmorden Sports Centre U13s a 4-1 victory against Boothtown, who held the ball for long periods but could not convert possession into goals. Boothtown attacked from the start, keeping the Todmorden rearguard of Callum Bailey
[Spalding Guardian] - Invincibles: Arsenal Soccer School under-10s won all 18 of their league games. Back (from left) manager Mark Murfet, Callum Thornally, Oliver Murfett, Nathan Stevens, Nathan Rudman, Jake Gadsen, assistant manager Grant Stevens; front Ben Britton