Harpenden Colts: U8s complete unbeaten season

11:12 09 June 2014

Harpenden Colts U8s won the Cuffley Cup.

Harpenden Colts U8s won the Cuffley Cup.

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Harpenden Colts U8s won the 2014 Cuffley FC Tournament on Saturday.

The boys played eight matches, scoring 20 goals and conceding none to lift another trophy in a season that has seen the side win every match, including several fixtures against the elite academies of Luton Town, Stevenage Borough and Watford FC.

This talented side of unbeatables, which includes six boys at the academies of Arsenal, Watford and Luton Town, is made up of William Ascough, Tom Attenborough, Greg Clark, George Dalton, Inaki Garcia-Davies, Toby Goodhind, Zach Marsh, Harry Pattrick, Jude Power, Josh Robinson and Tom Turner. The team is coached by Ian Ascough, Richie Clark and Jason Goodhind.

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