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Cup cheer for Newark youngsters

PUBLISHED: 09:30 08 August 2016

Newark under-10s celebrate winning the Tower Hamlets Community Cup

Newark under-10s celebrate winning the Tower Hamlets Community Cup

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Under-10s take Tower Hamlets Community silverware

Newark under-10s kept their composure to win the Tower Hamlets Community Cup, despite losing the vast majority of players for the crucial end of season run in due to school holidays.

Chelsea trialist Rayyan Hussain starred as Newark beat their B team to meet Osmani in the final.

The last-four clash sent out a clear message regarding the strength in depth and the coaching standards at the club and the final was more one-sided with Rayyan scoring a textbook solo goal to open the scoring.

Rayyan went on to complete a hat-trick with Newark netting a fourth from Zaid.

Team manager Tahmid Hussain has now won four trophies this season with his team, with Newark favourites to win the Tower Hamlets Youth League Summer Cup next week.

A spokesman said: “The club has been established for 32 years and thanks to the hard work of coaches, the management, committee members, volunteers, parents and the players themselves, are recognised as pioneers in youth football.”

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