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Wednesday, 2 April 2008

Rockleaze Rangers End Season in Triumph

In their first season in the Avon Youth League, Rockleaze Rangers under-12s have won their division with an impressive record: played-16-won-16.

As newcomers to the League, the Westbury-on-Trym based club, who began their life playing on the Downs on a Saturday morning but who are now based at the Coombe Dingle Sports Centre on Coombe Lane, were placed in Division 5 of the League. Promotion by at least one division next season is now inevitable.

Top goalscorer for Rockleaze Rangers was the irrepressible Matthew Taylor (no, not that one) with a tally of 36 goals, contributing to a goal difference for Rangers of 93 for the season.

In August 2007, the club became one of only 13 in the Gloucestershire Football Association to be awarded FA Charter Status Development Club in recognition of the club's own development plan and its commitment to developing football in the community.

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