YOUTH FOOTBALL: March Soccer School under 18s clinch title with impressive seven-goal display

PUBLISHED: 12:14 22 May 2017 | UPDATED: 12:32 22 May 2017

Peterborough & District Youth League Division Three champions, March Soccer School Under 18s.

Peterborough & District Youth League Division Three champions, March Soccer School Under 18s.

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March Soccer School under 18s have been crowned Peterborough & District Youth League Division Three champions after coming out on top in an enthralling nine-goal play-off last weekend.

The youngsters beat rivals Oakham United under 18s 7-2 after the sides finished their league campaigns with an identical points tally.

March Town starlet Toby Allen hit a brace and Rob Conyard, Luke Cable, Jacob Halls, Travis Hayes and Stefano Cavozzi got in on the goal-scoring act to round off a successful season in which they only tasted defeat once in their 13 matches.

Coaches, Chris Bird and Mass Cavozzi, said: “It has been a thoroughly rewarding season.

“Everyone at the club is extremely proud of the lads for their great sportsmanship and the quality of football that has been displayed.

“Many thanks to our sponsor, Microns Precision Engineering, for their support and generosity.”

March Soccer School U18 squad: Liam Monaghan, Will Curtis, Arran Wesley, Toby Allen, Jacob Halls, Tom Hinton, Mitchell Smith, Travis Hayes, Stef Cavozzi, Charlie Revell, Luke Cable, Kieran Neville, Rob Conyard, Ben Watson, James Monaghan, Kyle Bird.


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