The Blues’ mixed team of amputee and PAN-disability players were the winners, seeing off Norwich City in the final.
CSF Boys’ Development Officer (U13-U16) Dan Goffin was very pleased with the tournament. He said:
“What a weekend! Credit to all the players who gave it their all, they received some first-rate support from their coaches, managers and parents.
“The Cup is an excellent recruitment tool for our Player Development Centre, and it was great to have the opportunity to see so many talented youngsters this year.
“A special mention to the disability teams who made the long journey to Norwich, it was good to have you here.”
The Foundation would like to place on record their thanks to Holden Motor Group, Link Radio Services, 4Sports group, Errea, Norwich City FC and Easton & Otley College for supporting this year’s event.
PHOTO GALLERIES: Day 1 & Day 2.
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Under 6s, Under 7s & Under 8s – Non competitive
Under 9s – Winners: North Walsham Runners Up: Firside Athletic
Under 10s – Winners: Kirkley & Pakefield FC Runners Up: Gorleston Rangers
Under 11s – Winners: Aylsham FC Runners Up: Morley Youth
Under 12s – Winners: Old Catton JFC Runners Up: Gorleston Rangers
Under 13s – Winners: Diss Town Tangerines Runners Up: Diss Town
Under 14s – Winners: St Andrews Runners Up: Morley Youth.