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MEDS Team of the Year 2009

This year's Team of the Year award went to Meds U13s Girls - the first time a girls team has won this prize. The Girls team have had yet another very successful season in 2008/2009 by winning the League & Cup double. The girls also achieved a similar feat in the previous season. The Team of the Year trophy was presented at the Club Presentation Evening on 20th June and caught manager Paul Harvey by surprise. Said Paul, " I am absolutely delighted for the girls, they have had a great season and deserve the recognition. We are all very proud to be the first Girls team to win this trophy" The picture shows the winning line up at the League Cup Final played at Flixton FC. We now look forward to continued success as U14s in the forthcoming season.

The picture shows the winning line up at the League Cup Final played at Flixton FC


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