youth football festival attracts record 112 teams
of young football players headed into the Burnham-On-Sea area at
the weekend when Burnbridge Wanderers hosted their fifth annual
football festival at the Oaktree Arena.
event has continued to go from strength to strength with 112 teams
taking part from across the South West covering age groups from
club were delighted with the success of the event receiving glowing
feedback received from travelling coaches, parents and players.
the aim of the event being to give younger players the chance to
play in a fun and vibrant environment with their friends and team
mates, the weather and atmosphere couldn't have been kinder.
Adams, Burnbridge Wanderers Vice Chairman, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"900 medals and 100 trophies were given out over the course
of the event with players enjoying the opportunity to celebrate
participation and success."
club would like to take the opportunity to thank their sponsors
of the event; Barmonds Carpets, W.A.M Painter and Decorators, Craft
Brothers, Quicksign and Highbridge Caravans."
festival feel was perfectly supported by a great selection of referees
from the local area who encouraged the players."
club thanks all the teams who entered the event, including travelling
teams Fairfield, who returned for a 4th year, and new Welsh teams
Penclwadd and Caldicot Castle."
would also like to thank teams from outside of the Woodspring league
including those from the Taunton area and Minehead."
would also like to thank local Mayor Bill Hancock for opening the
event and presenting medals to the youngest age groups. The club
would also like to thank Debbie and Bill for their continued support
at the Oaktree arena."
the club would like to thank all the club volunteers who gave up
their time to make the event such a huge success, the Burnbridge
Parents for providing magnificent cakes over the weekend, and importantly
all the players who represented the club perfectly."