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Kingston CAFC players to be rewarded for season of success

June 2014

Kingston Park CAFC

2013 presentation day at Kingston Park CAFC

Young players from Kingston Park CAFC will receive recognition for their sporting efforts this weekend.

Story Homes’ Financial Director Stuart Marshall will be handing out prizes to the Under 10’s and Under 12’s at their annual presentation evening.

Story Homes are sponsoring Kingston Park CAFC for three seasons.

The annual football presentation day will take place on Saturday 14 June at Throckley Union Jack Club. Thanks to the large number of young players, this year will see three separate prize giving ceremonies.

  • Under 7’s – Under 9’s 1.00pm – 2.30pm
  • Under 10’s – Under 12’s 3.00pm – 4.30pm
  • Under 13’s – Under 17’s 5.30pm – 7.00pm

Kingston Park CAFC, based in Newcastle, has 11 different teams with members ranging in age between 5 and 18 years old.

The club promotes sport, fun, inclusion and competition, with the children training regularly and often travelling across the North East to play matches.

Story Homes’ support ensures that the members of the club can have their first taste of sportsmanship and competition within a safe and local environment.

For more information visit: www.kingstonparkfootballclub.com.