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Audlem Saints U9s have won their last league game of the season 2-1 to secure the third consecutive league title! Well done boys!

The game itself, versus Boro Boys, was a pretty tense affair with Saints knowing that simply avoiding defeat would see them crowned Champions. They quickly established a 2-0 lead and only a well struck free kick prevented another clean sheet.

The league was won with 12 victories, a draw and one defeat. Audlem scored 30 goals and conceded only 8 — keeping 9 clean sheets in total, a fantastic team effort with everyone playing a vital part. Great vocal support from parents, a kit provided by ASET and great interest and encouragement from the village. The boys have really flourished as a team and are proud to represent the village.

The team; James Chapman, Will Gleave, James Bloomer, Fergal Madden, Max Parry, Max Sanders, Joseph Joule, Joe Evans, Isaac Anderson and Eddie Warrington.

Match reports through the season from David Parry to whom Audlem Online extend our thanks.

 

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