Football: Saffron Walden PSG girls end first season on high

PUBLISHED: 17:00 06 June 2018

Saffron Walden PSG Mini Soccer after receiving their medals from former England Captain Stuart Pearce

Saffron Walden PSG Mini Soccer after receiving their medals from former England Captain Stuart Pearce

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Saffron Walden PSG Mini Soccer ended their first full season at the St Ives Community tournament.

A squad of year one, two and three girls took part in the event, which included teams from Haddenham, Sawston and ICA (Peterborough), and showed plenty of enthusiasm throughout.

Highlights on the day included some brave goalkeeping and great attacking play which brought them a last-gasp goal in their final match.

And the squad were presented with their medals by former England captain Stuart Pearce who was guest of honour at the event, which rounded off a memorable day for all the girls involved.

Saffron Walden PSG FC train in and around Saffron Walden and always welcome new girls aged four to 16 from complete beginners to experienced players to join the club. For more information email newplayercontact@psgfc.co.uk.

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