Cookstown Youth FC
CYFC 11s 5 Loughgall 7
THE first game for the new CYFC U11s started brightly and adapted well to the eleven-a-side format.
Zach Ferson grabbed his first hat-trick for the club and Peter Bell also scored a cracking 30 yard goal. Peter dominated the midfield and was awarded the man of the match award after his contribution in the centre of the park.
Overall a great performance by all the lads in there first competitive game against a Loughgall team who play in the George Best League
A big thank you to Andy Warwick for his help on the day from the coaching team of Scott and O’Rourke.
New Manager Jonny Scott and his assistant Barry O’Rourke were more than impressed with their teams performance and with a bit more practice and game time this team should settle in nicely into the Mid Ulster Youth League when the new season starts in September.
Everyone at CYFC wish Jonny and Barry and their young squad all the very best for the year ahead .
Cookstown Youth FC continued growth and success will be rewarded in the new Season when they will be fielding four teams in the National League. The National League is the cream of the crop of youth Football in Northern Ireland and next years CYFC 15s, who competed in the League last season, will be joined by Nigel Talbot’s 13s , Andy Kelly’s 14s and Micky Teague’s 16s.
Next Seasons under 14s manager and Club P.R.O Andy kelly stated;
“This is a great opportunity for the players of the Club to compete against the best teams in the country and in my opinion they will develop better by playing against better players week in week out.”
“As for Cookstown Youth, this is another step up for our Club which has progressed and grown over the last twenty one years due to the commitment of its Development Centre which is the breeding ground for the teams.”
Time is running out to register for our Soccer Festival, which takes place at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena from Monday 2nd until Friday 6th July. We have linked up exclusively with League 1 outfit Sheffield Wednesday, who will be sending over their Academy Coaches for the entire week.
This is a great opportunity for young footballers to take part in coaching sessions run by full time professional Coaches.
The sessions will run from 10am until 4pm daily at a cost of £50, so don’t miss out as it will be first come, first serve.
The deadline for registration is Monday 18th June.
For further details speak to any CYFC coach or contact the Development Centre Mobile on 07771195353
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