Trident Soccer hosted two highly-successful half-term Hallowe’en soccer camps at Hipsburn First School and Thropton First School.
North Northumberland boys and girls were able to develop new skills and techniques, learn team shape and played five-a-side Champions League formats, while the week also included the ever-popular Top Gun speed radar challenge.
Commenting on the Hallowe’en-themed, fun-packed activities, Trident Soccer director Ryan Jobson said: “The children had a great week and have enjoyed a lot of fun activities as part of the soccercamp format. I would like to thank all the players, staff and parents for their continued support and for being part of the Trident half-term holiday camp programme,” he said.
Hipsburn player of the course was awarded to Noah Handyside and James Heal (Group Two).
Thropton player of the course was awarded to Calaina Blacklock-Simpson (Group One) and Aaron Snaith (Group Two).