Whites’ U14 girls come out on top in all-Den­ham cup fi­nal

United teams clash in close tour­na­ment de­cider

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be­tween them, both were in win­ning form.

The U11 came close to land­ing an­other win for Den­ham, but lost out in the last few min­utes of their fi­nal against Mar­low Girls Blue, go­ing down 2-1. Grace Don­aghey was player of the tour­na­ment for them.

The U15 Pu­mas also reached their age group fi­nal where they also suf­fered a nar­row de­feat, go­ing down 1-0 to AFC Wim­ble­don.

This came af­ter knock­ing out their club-mates, Den­ham’s U15s Wild­cats side, on penal­ties in the sem semis. Be­tween them, the two De Den­ham sides only lost two out of 16 games and scored an im im­pres­sive 41 goals.

Th The U13s also gave a good ac ac­count of them­selves, los­ing jus just two of their seven matches, an and were only de­nied a semifin fi­nal spot on goal dif­fer­ence.

All of which fol­lowed Den­ham’s own re­cent sum­mer

Dtour­na­ment, at­tended by some 160 teams over three days.

The junior sec­tion saw some fan­tas­tic per­for­mances across all the Den­ham teams, from U9s through to U16s, with the U15s win­ning their fi­nal against Kinja be­fore play­ing up an age in the U16s com­pe­ti­tion, where they just missed out on a place in the fi­nal.

The U14s nar­rowly lost to QPR in the semis, while the U9s showed how much they are de­vel­op­ing with some lovely football, and the U11s, U12s and U13s also put in great team per­for­mances.

In the se­nior sec­tion, one of the Den­ham teams got through to the semis but lost out in a heart-break­ing sud­den-death penalty shoot-out.

Den­ham United U14s (above) and U11s (right)

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