You don’t need to sit behind the box or venture down to your local pub to watch a great match… local mini sporting heroes, The Rustington Otters’ U10s have proven that local sports teams are just as much fun to support with their spate of recent wins putting them top of the pile. Here they are celebrating winning the Wick Tournament.
Manchester United? Chelsea? Pah… the Otters are the ones to follow
May 18, 2012  //  By:   //  Rustington Otters, Sports
Victoria Poolman

Bio: Having written for a range of trade and consumer publications, Victoria brings her love of all things local to the role of HugoFox News Editor.

Victoria Poolman

You don’t need to sit behind the box or venture down to your local pub to watch a great match… local mini sporting heroes, The Rustington Otters’ U10s have proven that local sports teams are just as much fun to support with their spate of recent wins putting them top of the pile. Here they are celebrating winning the Wick Tournament.

If you thought last week’s Premier League final was good, you’d better get on side for local team, the Rustington Otters. Sponsored by HugoFox.con, the club’s star team players may only be under ten years of age, but they certainly know how to score a goal or two…

Fresh from their recent success of winning the league and cup double, the U10FC team at Rustington Otters have had a fantastic start to the tournament season.

At the Wick Dynamos Tournament on Saturday 12th May, at The Littlehampton Academy, the Under 10FC side carried on their brilliant league and cup form, running out winners of the tournament with an excellent record across their 7 games: winning 6, drawing 1, scoring 12 goals and conceding none!

The quality of football on the day from all teams involved was amazing, and it was great to see the boys enjoying themselves in the much shorter tournament style matches after such a long, hard season.

But it’s not just the littlies who are on top form: On Friday, 11th May, at the Worthing United Tournament, the U11FC team from Rustington Otters played brilliantly to finish as runners up. They lost narrowly in the final, 2-1, to Hangleton Rovers, after a hard-fought tournament under the floodlights at Worthing United’s home ground. Well, you can’t win ‘em all.

HugoFox News team send their congratulations to the teams and their coaches. We are proud to have our Fox backing the Rustington Otters and look forward to hearing more winning results this season.

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