YOUTH FOOTBALL: Successful Junior Premier League trials held at Cirencester Town

Cirencester Town U14s manager Arthur Jupp puts young players through their paces at the club's Junior Premier League trials. Picture: Terry Parker

Cirencester Town U14s manager Arthur Jupp puts a young player through his paces at the club's Junior Premier League trials. Picture: Terry Parker

First published in Sport

CIRENCESTER TOWN FC have held trials for players looking to participate in the excellent Nerf Junior Premier League for the 2014/2015 season.

The weekend exceeded all expectations with more than 120 players attending.

The U14s (with coach Arthur Jupp), U16s (Adam Coyle), U13s (James Whitlock), U12s (Martin Doyle) were all put through their paces by the Cirencester managers/coaches in drills combining fitness and technique followed by a game.

Director of football Alan Lloyd said: "The youth section at Cirencester Town is going from strength to strength and mirrors the success of the first team and Development Squad which both won their leagues last season.

"Across the board the lads at the trials showed a brilliant attitude and a number of parents commented on the excellent facilities at Ciren and how professionally the trials were run."

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