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Dales girls meet footballing legend

[Wednesday 24 May 2006]

FOOTBALLING legend Sir Geoff Hurst caught up with a prize winning team of girl footballers from the Northern Dales last weekend.

Footy girls meet a sporting legend
Footy girls meet a sporting legend

He joined the Hutton Rudby under 11 girls team at Stokesley Sports Club to check out their training programme for next months Youth Games.

The girls won a chance to meet the 1966 World Cup hero as part of the build up towards representing Hambleton at the North Yorkshire Area Youth Games at Ampleforth College on June 4th.

The football competition at the event has been themed around the World Cup with Hambleton drawn to play as Argentina.

The team will be one of 14 from across Hambleton representing eight different sports to compete against teams from other areas across the county.

Competitions kick off at 9.30am and supporters are welcome.

For more information on the event, contact Louise Walton at louise.walton@hambleton.gov.uk

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