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Another great tournament for the Panthers on a day that the heavens opened, but the boys just soaked it up and became a team to be beaten.

The lads today made football an enjoyable game to watch. From the off they attacked and made it clear they were there to win, and win they did after completing 5 games undefeated. What a start to a new season, manager Neil Sinclair and assistant Manager Mark Wooldridge were over the moon with some fantastic team ethic, working hard for each other and showing understanding of their roles on the pitch. This was the first 11 a side competition that they have played in. Here’s to a fantastic session.01b28257ff054f881aa420ddbe0f53b522e42d4c6c 01b43bddadf740c566964e2df7b48384cb7cdc921f 01f93fc89b1c80382ea481db460434fbdc29cf2400 01f8547c387603181fd38cc3bdbee2af5f6659ccfc 011488b7e80de6d6decfa70f2c1b3cabe656b803f0

well done panthers.

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