New name on Cambridge 5-a-side cup

THE seventh annual CFU/KKSC five-a-side football tournament in Cambridge saw another new name on the trophy as Reed United beat PARS 3-1 on penalties after a 4-4 draw in the final.

THE seventh annual CFU/KKSC five-a-side football tournament in Cambridge saw another new name on the trophy as Reed United beat PARS 3-1 on penalties after a 4-4 draw in the final. Last year's winners Kelsey Kerridge beat Dark Horses 4-2 for third place.

Twelve teams took part in the tournament played at Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre, with most teams being based in the Cambridge area, however Dark Horses travelled from Reading and Leyton Orient.

"We love the tournament and very much enjoy it as a good run around and catch up with everyone over Christmas - we look forward to defending our first title in 2009!,” said Reed United manager James Heslam, whose team is formed of players from Reed Cricket Club.

Terry Wilby tournament organiser commented "It is a great tournament with many teams coming back year after year, and allows players a chance to run off a few calories after Christmas."


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