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Youngsters get chance to improve their football skills

SPORTING CHANCE ... CE Sports is launching a new mini soccer school for youngsters.

SPORTING CHANCE ... CE Sports is launching a new mini soccer school for youngsters.

WOULD-be Wayne Rooneys and Steven Gerrards are being given the chance to improve their football skills at a mini soccer school.

CE Sports based at Chuter Ede Community Centre, Galsworthy Road, Biddick Hall, is launching its latest sporting venture on Sunday.

The mini soccer school is for youngsters aged four and five.

The session starts at 10am and lasts until 11am.

A second session will run from 11am until noon for those aged six to eight.

CE Sports coach Paul Kirton said: “We are always looking for new ways to provide activities for youngsters, to encourage them to participate in sport.

“As well as helping to promote an active and healthy lifestyle, the sessions are a great way for the kids to make new friends.

“All youngsters are invited to come along and take part, whatever their ability.”

CE Sports is run by Mr Kirton and John Falconbridge, and sees them providing football and dance camps, game station and princess parties.

They also organise football tournaments, family fun nights and charity events.

For information on what CE Sports has to offer, call 0774 753 4034

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