Estover Park Youth celebrate successful season with fun day

14:01 15 July 2014

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

Archant

Youngsters celebrated a successful season at their club’s fun day.

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

Estover Park Youth players were split into different teams to compete in a world cup competition, had their faces painted and took part in a beat the keeper challenge.

Girls team manager Mark Patrick said: “It was great to see all the pre-schoolers involved and players from our under-16 girls team helping with the session. It’s all good for the future.

“I would also like to thank Burrowmoor School for their support throughout the season. It’s much appreciated.”

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

More news stories

Yesterday, 12:00
Richmond Fellowship Health and Wellbeing Fair at March Town Hall. Isle college students working on nail bar.Picture: Steve Williams.

A national charity devoted to supporting people with mental health problems held a health and well being fair at March.

Yesterday, 09:09
Chairman of govenors Ben Gibbs and principal Catherine Jekinson-Dix have both resigned.

The entire governing body of Ely College was dissolved at a special meeting on Thursday – hours before the principal and two vice principals also announced they were leaving.

Yesterday, 09:00
long serving employee Mick Oakey who retires after 37 years.Mick with his retirement cake.Picture: Steve Williams.

A company stalwart has decided to call it a day after 37 years ... so it was only fitting for him to be thrown a leaving do on Wednesday.

Fri, 15:45
Egg Skittles challenge Westwood School, March.Year 6 pupils ready to have a go at knocking the skittles over.Picture: Steve Williams.

Westwood School held its annual egg-themed school competition this lunchtime ... this time, pupils took part in the Egg Skittles Challenge.

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Cambs Times e-edition today E-edition