Cubs play five-a-side tour­na­ment

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Round About -

Young­sters from ri­val Cub Scout groups across Ash­ford had their shoot­ing boots on at their foot­ball tour­na­ment. Or­gan­is­ers of the Ash­ford and District Cub Scout five-a-side tour­na­ment said 14 teams took part, with some close-fought games at Willes­bor­ough Cricket Club. The matches were over­seen by vol­un­teer ref­er­ees Jeff Ross and Keith White and the win­ning team was Ken­ning­ton A. Mean­while, the Ruckinge and Ham­street sides both en­joyed suc­cess, fin­ish­ing in se­cond and fourth place re­spec­tively, while the Great Chart A team fin­ished third. Willes­bor­ough Scout Group spokesman Derek Wild­ish said: “Ev­ery­body was look­ing for­ward to a good com­pe­ti­tion, and a few teams did stand out. “We would like to ex­tend our thanks to Jeff Ross and Keith White who gave up their time to of­fi­ci­ate, and also to Willes­bor­ough Cricket Club for the use of their fa­cil­i­ties. “Fi­nally and most im­por­tantly we’d like to thank the young­sters who came and took part, as that is what it is all about.”

The win­ning Ken­ning­ton A team

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