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SALFORD FOOTY TOURNAMENT AT DE LA SALLE
 

Star date: 2nd May 2011

THE FRANK BUCKLEY FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
De La Salle, Lancaster Road, Salford
18th and 19th June 2011

To launch the redevelopment of De La Salle FC's top football site there's going to be a massive tournament for five age groups - Under 6s, 7s,8s,9s and 10s – in June.

With over two thousand people expected, any teams or players wanting to take part should book a place now!

Full details here…


On June 18th and 19th a huge youth football tournament is taking place at De La Salle FC on Lancaster Road. Over seventy teams will take part from all over Salford and the North West, competing in five age groups – under 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s and 10s.

The under 6s, 7s and 8s are non-competitive and everyone taking part will receive a medal; while the under 9s and 10s games are competitive. 

"With over two thousand people expected to attend this is going to be a great event and will truly put Salford at the heart of football" says Melinda O'Connor from De La Salle "And there will be lots of other things going on to keep all the family entertained.

"We are reintroducing the tournament after a three year break due to redevelopment of the site" she adds "We now boast fantastic changing room facilities, along with a cafe and a dedicated treatment room thanks to the FA. De La Salle is dedicated to its players and the club has a real family friendly feel to it."

There are still places left for teams to take part, while the organisers are also looking for people to help on the actual day of the tournament.

Just contact Melinda on 07725 000801 or e-mail delasallejfc@gmail.com 
The tournament organiser is Anthony Walker 077758 77052
See also
www.delasallefc.co.uk

THE FRANK BUCKLEY FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
De La Salle, Lancaster Road, Salford M6 8AQ
18th and 19th June 2011

The Tournament is sponsored by Bladen Electrical, City West Housing,
Bramall Construction, Balfour Beatty, Cruden. The organisers are still looking for sponsors for the U6's, so if anyone can help please get in touch.


 

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