SPS Mini League Set for Hua Hin on Sunday

SPS Mini League Set for Hua Hin on Sunday 14 June

 

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On Sunday morning (14 June) a 5 a side Under 15 tournament will take place at the Midfield Soccer pitch in Hua Hin. Five local academy sides will play in the second SPS Mini League.

 

The first SPS Mini League took place last month. This tournament was for Under 10s and Vanorn Kanong were the winners with Hua Hin City finishing second and Black Mountain Hua Hin Football Academy coming third.

 

The five teams competing in Sunday’s tournament are Black Mountain Hua Hin Football Academy, Hua Hin City A, SS Academy, Vanorn Kanong and Hua Hin City B. The competition gets underway at 10am with the final match scheduled for 12:15pm.

 

There will be trophies for the first, second and third place teams as well as an Inspire ‘Player of the Tournament’ award for the best player, to be chosen by the matchday officials.

 

 

 

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