April 1, 2023

Whereas most of us had been choosing up leftovers from the Christmas holidays, Tenting World Group Stadium hosted youth groups from as far-off as Wealdstone, Sholing, Eastbourne, Pevensey and Epsom and Ewell for the annual CB Professional Xmas 6-a- on Wednesday. A facet match collectively organized by Craig Brewster in partnership with CB Professional Teaching and Horsham Soccer Membership.

On a chilly and wet December morning, 56 groups, together with below 9, below 11, below 12 and below 13, began arriving at 8.30 am. writes Shaun Scott, nonetheless, none of them broke the morale because the youthful age teams began the match.

Within the under-9 match, Chichester Metropolis Youth and Mile Oak FC had been on the prime of their respective teams and confronted the winner of Chichester within the remaining.

The under-11 match consisted of three teams of six; Horsham FC groups are on the prime of Teams A and B and CB Professional Teaching is on the prime of Group C after their 5 recreation tour. Becoming a member of them within the quarterfinals, Comets, Alfold, Wealdstone Youth, West Hove Dynamos and Hove Riverdale Stripes pitted each Horsham groups in a single semi-final and Wealdstone Youth and West Hove Dynamos within the different semi-final. After successful the semi-finals, Horsham and Wealdstone lifted the winners’ trophy as they confronted James Ward’s younger Hornets within the remaining!

Within the under-12 match, two teams of six confronted one another, and each Sholing groups reached the highest of their respective teams after 5 matches, and the quarter-finals turned very shut. Sholing superior with a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw with the Previous Isleworthians, the Sholing Blacks narrowly beat Younger Stars Elite 1-0 and LUCA Teaching Academy superior by the identical rating towards Felpham Athletic. Probably the most intriguing draw, although, noticed Horsham FC face CB Professional Teaching led by Craig Brewster and one other slender 1-0 scoreline decided the attract favor of CB Professional Teaching, with Noah E scoring the essential aim.

Each Sholing groups confronted off within the semi-finals, the Sholing Blacks had been defeated by their clubmates 2-1, whereas within the different half, CB Professional Academy underestimated LUCA Teaching Academy with a 2-0 win. Sholing and CB Professional then performed an thrilling finale, sharing 5 objectives with Sholing, beating Craig Brewster’s group by a single aim to raise the trophy.

Lastly, two teams of seven met within the under-13 match, with Chichester Metropolis Youth and Three Bridges main their respective tables. Within the quarterfinals they had been joined by Horsham of Eastbourne Borough, Alfold 1 & 2, Hove Riverdale, CB Professional Teaching and Jamie Irving. Chichester Metropolis narrowly defeated Eastbourne Borough, Alfold 2 scored twice towards Hove Riverdale and Three Bridges knocked out Alfold 1 by the one aim of the sport. The ultimate quarter-finals confronted co-promos Jamie Irving and Craig Brewster as Irving’s Horsham took a two-goal win to zero.

Within the semi-finals, Alfold 2 superior with a 2-0 win over Eastbourne Borough and Irving’s Horsham took some extent of vengeance by knocking the Three Bridges out of the match for his or her remaining County Cup debut.

Ending second within the group phases within the remaining, Horsham beat native neighbors Alfold 2 and scored the one aim to raise the U-13 trophy.


below 9 years previous
Winners – Chichester Metropolis Youth
Finalists – Mile Oak
Gamers of the match – each Jakes (Chichester Metropolis Youth)

below 11 years previous
Winners – Horsham
Finalists – Wealdstone Youth
Participant of the match – ​​Leo (Horsham)

below 12 years previous
Winners – Sholing
Finalists – CB Professional Teaching
Gamers of the match – ​​Noah and Cyrus (CB Professional Teaching)

below 13 years previous
Winners – Horsham
Finalists – Alfold 2
Participant of the Event – ​​Joe (Horsham)

As at all times, tournaments like this may not be doable with out the large quantity of laborious work and dedication from each employees and volunteers. Stadium supervisor Kevin Baxter and kitchen/bar employees labored tirelessly to offer a superb service to everybody, and fogeys below 13 additionally put loads of effort into preparation, gathering, and volunteering all through the day.

Jamie Irving was eager to pay tribute to all of the golf equipment that made this match successful, however Lionel and his under-13 group have been given particular point out for his or her impeccable demeanor and kindness on and off the courtroom. He additionally needed to thank all of the match officers who braved the chilly and moist climate to make sure that all video games had been accomplished safely and satisfactorily.

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