Our 2017 Tournament - Sunday 21 May 2017
2017 TOURNAMENT - ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS.
We had a very successful day on Sunday 21st May and were blessed wirth excellent weather. 132 teams attended and comprised over 1000 players paricipating in a total of 368 matches, most of which were completed near to the scheduled time thanks to the efforts of referees and coaches.
All 320+ children participating in the Under 7 and Under 8 age groups took home a memento from the day - we look forward to seeing you again next year and for the next few years.
Once again we ran both Cup and Plate competitions for the Under 9 to Under 13 age groups giving lots of players the chance to be 'winners'. Thanks to everyone for participating. Sadly we cannot offer the tournament above Under 13, hopefully most of you will be back again in 2018.
Just for the record, the winners on the day were:
Under 9: Cup Winners: Lakeside Spartans, Cup Runners Up: Raw Skills; Plate Winners: Langton Green , Plate Runners Up: Goudhurst
Under 10: Cup Winners: Hartley de Sales , Cup Runners Up: Crayford Arrows , Plate Winners: Pembury Pumas , Plate Runners Up: Pembury Panthers.
Under 11: Cup Winners: Bexley , Cup Runners Up: Tun Wells Foresters , Plate Winners: Tonbridge Juniors , Plate Runners Up: Rusthall
Under 12: Cup Winners: TW Youth United , Cup Runners Up: Tonbridge Juniors , Plate Winners: Pembury , Plate Runners Up: Snodland
Under 13: Cup Winners: Junior Reds, Cup Runners Up: Pembury: Plate Winners: Langton Green , Plate Runners Up: Tun Wells Foresters.
Most of all thanks to the numerous teams choosing to attend our tournament. We really appreciate you opting to participate in our tournament and hope that you will visit us again in future years,
If you attended but did not manage to get some photos on the day from DE Photos it is not too late - Copy this link to your internet browser to view photos: http://www.dephoto.biz/Search/Search.aspx?Path=Football\Pembury%20YFC\2017\Annual%20Tournament#.WTQ-iGeGN1s
Many thanks to the businesses supporting our tournament. Principal thanks go to the Schools at Somerhill for permitting us to use their grounds to host the event.