Success for Jamie Shore Soccer School

PUBLISHED: 14:56 20 April 2011

JSSI Under-14s

JSSI Under-14s


Jamie Shore Soccer School Under-14s win cup final at Newquay.

FORTY-EIGHT Jamie Shore Soccer School players travelled to Newquay and enjoyed a successful tournament.

Their football was a pleasure to watch and complimented by teams and tournament officials.

The players’ behaviour, presentation and conduct both on and off the field were excellent and once again received praise from other teams and organisations regarding their high standards.

All teams did well with the two Under-11 squads finishing second in their groups. The Under-16s went all the way to the finals only to lose 4-1 to a strong Archdales side.

The Under-14s were magnificent throughout and did not lose a game. They won the West Country Cup final 2-1 against North Somerset Development Centre.

If you think you have the talent and commitment to be a Jamie Shore player and compete in the Junior Premier League on a Saturday next season (Under-12 to 16) or receive academy level training for Under-7 to 11s, call for a free trial which are being held during April to June.

Tel 08452 578777 or e-mail See the web site for more details

CLEVEDON United Panthers Under-9s came together as a strong team and recorded an excellent 4-1 win against Berrow.

Will Jones scored a great goal after providing the cross which Harry Johns slotted home for the first. Sam Lewis had a fine game running the midfield and scored two goals, the second of which he started on the halfway line and zig zagged through the Berrow defence to hammer home.

Berrow kept on attacking, but great defending by man of the match Nathan Turner and Ollie Burns ensured goalkeeper Connor Lowis was never under pressure and Berrow were only able to claw one back.

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