Youngsters compete in first Community Cup competition

United's under nine teams finished first and second in their group. They are pictured with Bunce (left) and first-team boss Dennis Greene.
United's under nine teams finished first and second in their group. They are pictured with Bunce (left) and first-team boss Dennis Greene.

United in the Community, in partnership with their grassroots Boston United Community Football Club, held their first Community Cup at Haven High Academy.

The grassroots tournament saw 35 teams - aged from under eights to 14s - who take part in the Mid-Lincs and Peterborough Junior Alliance Leagues, including representatives from Boston United Community, Wyberton Colts, East Coast Juniors, Barrowby Magpies, Swineshead Institute, Young Dons, Heckington, Stamford AFC, Wasps FC and Voyager.

Martyn Bunce, Football Development Manager who helped to organise the event said: “We are exceptionally pleased with how successful the first United in the Community and BUCFC Community Cup went.”

United’s under nine teams finished first and second in their group.

They are pictured with Bunce (left) and first-team boss Dennis Greene.