Priory side graces Wembley turf for national tournament
FOOTBALLERS from Priory Parkside U9R visited the new Wembley Stadium for a national tournament. Priory represented the district at the McDonald s football festival earlier this month after winning the Huntingdonshire FA s six-a-side tournament. The youngs
FOOTBALLERS from Priory Parkside U9R visited the new Wembley Stadium for a national tournament.
Priory represented the district at the McDonald's football festival earlier this month after winning the Huntingdonshire FA's six-a-side tournament.
The youngsters made their way to the new stadium in a luxury double decker coach, draped in the Priory crest. More than 900 children from across the country attended.
Priory played four games at the tournament, losing just once and managing a 1-0 victory on the Wembley surface itself.
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The boys then had the opportunity to make the long climb up the steps to the royal box to collect their medals - and had the opportunity to meet 1966 world cup final hero Sir Geoff Hurst.
Managers Lee Rymer and Danny Keating praised the efforts of their team.
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The squad was: Ryan Galbraith, Aaron Rymer, Joe Fraser, George Crofts, Reece Keating, Harry Atkins, Harrison Upton, Ryan Wood, George Martin and Jordan Saywell.