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Feature Article - June 28, 2007

Central Frontenac soccer

submitted by Lynette Whan

The soccer season is in full swing (or kick!) and players of the Central Frontenac Soccer Association are out on the fields full of enthusiasm. The youngest team is the Atoms, with a team from Sharbot Lake and Parham. The Atoms are ages 4-6 years old, and for many, this is their first year playing and they are learning quickly.

Our next age group is the 7 to 9-year-olds. They are the Mosquitos with two teams representing Parham and one from Sharbot Lake.

The Pee Wees are 10 and 11-year-olds with teams from Mountain Grove, Sharbot Lake, and Parham.

Our oldest team is made up of players ages 12 and up, the Bantams, with teams from Mountain Grove, Sharbot Lake, and Parham.


Watch the Frontenac News for game results. Some of our results from last week's games:

Atoms - Parham/5 - Sharbot Lake/1

Mosquitos - Parham #2/3 - Parham #1/1

Pee Wees - Mountain Grove/2 - Parham/0

Bantams - Mountain Grove/4 - Parham/3

While the players are out on the fields, the CF Soccer Committee continues planning for upcoming events. The Association will have a float in the Canada Day parade in Sharbot Lake on Sunday July 1. Parents and team players are welcome to join in by riding the float or walking with your team. Check with your team’s coach for details.

Also in the works is a "Beach Bash" fundraising dance on Saturday, July 14 from 8pm - 1am at St. James Catholic Church hall in Sharbot Lake. Join us for karaoke, raffles, and door prizes. This is a licenced event for ages 19 and older. We need your help! Prize donations from local businesses would be appreciated and volunteers are needed to assist in decorating, selling tickets, and working the night of the dance. For tickets, donations, or to volunteer, please contact Lynette Whan at 613-375-8282.

A big thanks to all the referees, coaches, and volunteers who are helping out this season. It's great to see parents and the community out supporting our players! If anyone has any game highlights to report, please contact Lynette at the number above.

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