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Tattenhall Junior Football Host Fun and Bacon Butties!

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Tattenhall Junior Football Teams are set to have a fun day on Saturday 17 October at the Flacca

The under 11s kick off at 9.30 against Elton. The under 10's at 10.30 against Blacon.

The teams play in the Chester & District Junior Football League Mini Soccer Division.

There will be mascots, photographers and we are hoping for a pretty good turn out from parents and supporters, cheering our youngsters to success!

Bacon butties, tea, coffee and hot chocolate will be available from 9.30 at the Flacca, the profits from which will assist in paying for Tattenhall Junior Football Club's winter training at Bishop Heber School.

Many thanks to our Sponsors Taylor Wimpey who have kindly provided the new football kits for both teams and new goal posts to boot!

Any children interested in joining the Tattenhall Junior Fooball Teams ... then please get your parents to bring you down to take a look or parents please feel free to contact Matt Green on 07774 725095 or James Parkin on 07980 566921

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