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We are urgently seeking several community-spirited volunteers who can help our children's section at the weekend for the rest of the season. We need several wonderful volunteers to run & manage our hot beverage/snack bar.

Your title will be 'Executive Teabar Director' and you will be doing an amazing job by helping the children from our local communities. It would also be nice to hear from our more senior citizens as this very special club wants to bring the whole community together in addition to the healthy pursuit of our children playing sport. Call Adrian asap on 07775 581837.

Coach of Capel Krakens, Adrian Goodwin, has the onerous duty to choose a 'Player of the Match' for each of his team's games which comes with a free McDonald's large meal, drink and desert. Unfortunately, the match last week was cancelled. So on behalf the his team, Adrian nominated a selfless volunteer for our football club/community who does so much especially for the children including the Krakens by helping to make a safer environment. This person is also the Coach of the U12s Capel Cobras plus helps to obtain unwanted boots for poor overseas children who want to play football and is mum to two great CPFC players. Her main and vital role at CPFC is Club Welfare Officer. This person is of course: Vicky Turner!!????? Congratulations????? (Thanks to sponsors Macdonalds Ipswich restaurants Mardi Foods Ltd)


There were big celebrations this weekend at one of Suffolk’s quickest growing and most progressive football clubs, Capel Plough FC. Following a month long social media competition in which players from all the clubs’ diverse 16 teams, nominated their pets to become official club mascot for the current season and receive a £100 prize in pet store vouchers. It was the first time in the club's long history that a mascot had ever been chosen.



Great training session with the Capel Plough Youth Development Squad.  

Well done to Mason, for winning player of the week.



colchester duoCOLCHESTER United duo Eoin McKeown and Ryan Clamplin passed on top tips to four girls' teams at Capel Plough Youth Football Club.

The pair attended the club's training session on Friday night.

Many of the girls, aged seven to 14, live in Colchester and support the U's.

They also have tickets for the upcoming England Lionesses match at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.

Player Aimee Collins, 14, who attends Colchester County High School, said: "It's great to know our local professional club want to help us by allowing their players to train with us.


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