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Audlem Saints under 10s have just started their third season.

Unfortunately no reports were made in their second season due to secretary problems, but we are now back to give regular updates of the lows and highs of the team.

We start the season off with lots of new players and fresh hope. The players are:

  • Shea Bebbington

  • Robin Bloomer

  • Archie Chapman

  • Ben Cope 

  • Jo Davies

  • Ewan Farnell Buckle

  • Miles Fullard

  • William Seville

  • Harry Smith

  • Ben Williams

We train on a Saturday at 12.00 noon under the guidance of Dan Morris who is a fully qualified FA coach and the management team of Dave Bebbington and Wayne Williams.

We had our first game yesterday and played Alsager Town Gunners and managed a 1-0 victory, giving us a great start to the season.

Our next fixture is Wistaston Lions at 3.40 on Sunday at the Soccer Centre.  

Dave Bebbington, the manager, says of yesterday's game: "Good solid performance, the lads done good!"


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