Enter the Cornwall Community Football Festival
CORNWALL and Devion Media (CDM) has teamed up with Treviglas College, Newquay AFC and the Macron Store Cornwall to offer you the chance to win hundreds of pounds worth of sports equipment for your school.
The Cornwall Community Football Festival will take place on April 2 at Newquay AFC’s Mount Wise Stadium, offering 16 lucky primary school teams the chance to take part.
Former Treviglas College pupil Scott Bennett, who now plays for Exeter City FC, will be the VIP guest on the day and hand out prizes to the winning teams!
Does your school football team fancy running out onto the pitch and proving they’re the best in Cornwall?
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Spaces are limited and the first 16 teams to return their entry forms will be selected for the tournament.
The one day event will take place on April 2, starting at 9.45am
CDM, Treviglas College and Newquay AFC will give all teams the chance to take part but they will be selected on a first come first served basis.
Prizes on offer include: Macron Vouchers for kit to the value of: £150, for tournament winners, £150 for the team with best skills and £100 to the team with the best banner/support.
What do you need to do?
We are looking for 16 teams made up of 8 pupils (boys and girls) from Primary School years 5 and 6. It’s a six-a-side football tournament with two subs per team. One girl must be on the pitch at all times.
Once you have spoken with your head teacher and been given permission to enter your school team, please complete the registration form supplied here and send to:
Mike Jarvis, Cornish Guardian, High Water House, City Wharf, Malpas Road, Truro, TR1 1QH