March Soccer School youngsters enjoy Wembley day out to watch Peterborough United lift the cup

11:06 01 April 2014

March Soccer School Wembley Trip

March Soccer School Wembley Trip

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Youngsters from March Soccer School enjoyed a memorable trip to Wembley Stadium on Sunday to cheer on Peterborough United against Chesterfield in The Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final.

They were treated to a thrilling match which saw the Posh lift their first major piece of silverware with a 3-1 win.

Josh McQuoid poked the Posh ahead and Shaun Brisley’s powerful header made it 2-0 at the break.

Eoin Doyle pulled one back from close range before Posh midfielder Joe Newell saw red for kicking out at Sam Morsy.

But Britt Assombalonga’s penalty sealed victory after Mark Little was felled in the area by Liam Cooper.

March Soccer School is a FA Charter Standard youth football Club for all ages.

Any boys or girls interested in joining should contact Tony on 01354 651643, Katie on 07753 690393, Simon on 07939 148327 or e-mail info@marchsoccerschool.co.uk.

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