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Saints Southwest U7s Triumph at Pathway Cup 2024: A Glorious Victory in Ashbury Golf Hotel



On Sunday, April 28th, 2024, amidst the picturesque backdrop of the Ashbury Golf Hotel, young football stars from across the region gathered for the highly anticipated Pathway Cup. Amongst the contenders stood the resilient and determined Saints Southwest U7s, ready to showcase their talent and passion for the beautiful game. Little did they know, they were about to embark on a journey that would culminate in an unforgettable triumph.


The Pathway Cup boasted a formidable lineup of teams, including the likes of Plymouth Argyle Academy, Plymouth Centre of Excellence, Plymouth Cornwall Elite Hub, and Chivenor Soccer. Each team brought their A-game, fueled by the desire to emerge victorious and etch their names into footballing history.


From the kickoff, it was evident that the competition would be fierce, with every team displaying skill, determination, and unwavering spirit. The young players dazzled the spectators with their agility, precision passes, and lightning-fast footwork, leaving no doubt that the future of football was in good hands.

For Saints Southwest U7s, the journey to glory was marked by moments of sheer brilliance and unyielding teamwork. Led by their dedicated coaches Craig Fitzgerald and Charlie Madden and fueled by the support of their families, the young athletes approached each match with unwavering determination and a hunger for success.


As the tournament progressed, Saints Southwest U7s faced formidable opponents, each test pushing them to dig deeper and raise their game to new heights. With every goal scored and every defensive stand made, they showcased the resilience and skill that would ultimately set them apart.


Saints Southwest Blues won back to back penalty shootouts in the Quarter Finals and Semi Finals, to set up an all Saints Southwest Final! In a thrilling display of athleticism and sportsmanship, Saints Southwest U7s inevitably emerged triumphant, it was the Reds who clinched the trophy but the day was a huge success for Saints Southwest as a whole.


As the celebrations ensued and the cheers of victory echoed across the Ashbury Golf Hotel, one thing became abundantly clear: the future of football is bright.


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May 21
Rated 1 out of 5 stars.

Completely agree with the previous comment. Only interested in making money and getting kids signed up to their “Development Centres”. They’ll take any kid if you’re happy to pay £30+ a month

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May 21
Rated 1 out of 5 stars.

Poorly run, money grabbing, lack of organisation, inconsistent coaching. You don’t get enough games if in the squads and when they’re arranged you get 4 days notice even if SSW have been aware for weeks

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