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Junior teams - how they finished
Junior teams - how they finished
Many of Cambridge’s junior teams finished at the top ends of their respective competitions, with eight teams winning their championship divisions. Results for the 2015 season: 9th | Read on...
Youngsters get advanced coaching
Youngsters get advanced coaching
More than 30 Cambridge boys and girls were selected for advanced coaching with WaiBOP Football’s Waikato Skill Centre in 2015. The Cambridge players who participated in the skill centre | Read on...
National and regional roles for juniors
National and regional roles for juniors
Many Cambridge boys and girls were selected in 2015 for further development as players with national and regional talent centres. These included: National Talent Centre April: Levi Clark, | Read on...
Club recognises top senior players
Club recognises top senior players
Cambridge FC members hailed their best players for 2015 at the club’s annual prizegiving function at the Cambridge Town Hall. First team captain Patrick Woodlock won the club’s Men’s Player of the | Read on...
Award winners thanked by club
Award winners thanked by club
Cambridge FC have recognised the off-field contributions of some of their many volunteers at this year’s annual prizegiving event at the Cambridge Town Hall. The Club Person of the Year, selected | Read on...