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Thursday 23rd of October 2014

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Friendship in Sport

Over the years Meds has built relationships with Clubs from other parts of the country as well as abroad. Each summer we regularly entertain teams from abroad which are referred to us by the FA. Last year, the Ladies Team played Juniata College (USA) at Trafford FC ground and won 2-1. In previous year's we have entertained teams from Philadelphia, Boston USA, Belgium and have connections with Eurosport.

Our senior mens team recently visited Anglesey in North Wales to play local club Llangoed F.C.
Meds won the game 7-1

Meds skipper, Kirk Kaylor and the Llangoed captain

Pictured above is Meds skipper, Kirk Kaylor and the Llangoed captain.
Pictures below are from the U15s game against Kirkwood FC from Delaware USA.

Meds U15s and Kirkwood FC from Delaware, USAMeds U15s and Kirkwood FC from Delaware, USA swap club banners


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