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Rawsoccer’s Autumn League titles are decided

PUBLISHED: 17:33 24 November 2017

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Rawsoccer’s Autumn League at Lowestoft is poised for its conclusion.

Following their defeat to Bocca Babies The Headhunters will have to settle for runners-up, leaving Legends to retake their crown as Thursday evening champions.

It’s About to Get Messi are Friday League champions, having dominated since the beginning.

The Winter League starts on November 30/December 1 and any teams wishing to enter should contact Phil Woolnough at Rawsoccer on 01502 519944 or e-mail: info@rawsoccer.co.uk

Rawsoccer continues to host inclusive football on Tuesdays at 4pm and also afterschool clubs on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons during term time.

Rawsoccer is hosting some training for local schools this coming Tuesday as part of their support for local primaries. Schools wishing to find out more about this should contact Phil using the details given above.

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