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COMMUNITY: May Soccer Schools

A round-up of the May Soccer Schools

6 June 2024


COMMUNITY: May Soccer Schools

A round-up of the May Soccer Schools

6 June 2024

It was another fun-filled week at the Carlisle United Community Sports Trust May half-term Soccer Schools, despite battling the unpredictable weather conditions.

Over 150 children attended the sessions throughout the week in three locations: Carlisle, Wigton and Penrith, with Penrith A.F.C's new surface used for the first time by the CST.

There was also a strong turnout for the Gymnastics and Dance Camps, with the four days split into age groups where they learnt a new dance routine during their time with us.

The Penrith camp started on Tuesday, lasting two days at Frenchfields.

In Penrith Group A, Ira Winter was named penalty king, while Theodore Watson picked up the best attitude award.

Penrith Group B saw Freddie Dixon awarded the best attitude accolade, and Thomas Kendrick triumphed to be penalty king.

And finally, in Penrith Group C, Eddie Slack was the winner of penalty king, nailing his efforts from the spot, while Esme Coward won best attitude.

Wigton Rugby Club was the location for our Wigton camp, taking place on the Thursday and Friday.

Shay Hubner was awarded best attitude by Wigton Group A coach Kian Orchard, while Eddie Charters became penalty king due to his shootout win on Friday.

Cameron Smith was in charge of Group B and gave Trent Skillen the best attitude award, and Henry Priddle was successful from close range to become penalty king.

Wigton Group C was led by Jack Tonks, who watched on as Jack Barton became penalty king, and he gave Percy Harrison the best attitude accolade.

Carlisle was the longest of our camps, spanning all four days, which took place at Harraby 3G.

Reggie Elkin beat the competition to become Carlisle Group A's penalty king, while coach Dillan Corrie handed the best attitude award to Hayden Brown.

Callum Revelery was leading Carlisle Group B, which saw Mia Eliazadeh awarded the best attitude accolade, with Samuel Weightman becoming penalty king.

In Carlisle Group C, Lewi Coupland oversaw their week with penalty king going to George Leslie and Jaden Cant awarded best attitude.

To finish off, Carlisle Group D had the benefit of three different coaches, in Thomas Atkinson, Ryan Godderidge and Carl Carr, who saw Joey Armstrong become penalty king, joined in the awards by Ahmad Hayat, who won best attitude.

Director of Delivery, Carl Carr said: "We have had a fantastic week of camps across three locations, with lots of football, dance, and gymnastics taking place.

"But more importantly, with lots of smiles on faces and kids having a good time participating."

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