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CBWFL action  resumed last Monday (November 7) when the first ever League game in Murcia  took place  where the Red Lions of Fortuna took on League Champions Portobello tobello Campoverde. Result and report in next week’s edition due to the paper going to print on Tuesdays. 

THURSDAY November 27 is the date for what should be an interesting “derby” CBWFL match when League Champions Portobello Campoverde host local rivals Portobello Shamrocks.This will be a strong test for the “new boys” taking on the undefeated League Champions  who added the Torrevieja Tournament trophy to their honours list last Saturday (29th Ocotber). Kick Off is 10am at Avenida de la Torre, Pilar de la Horadada. 

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These League matches will bring an end to the first half of the season with the League taking a break in December and January.  

All clubs will continue their normal weekly sessions where newcomers will be more than welcome.   

Occasional friendly matches will also be arranged during the break to ensure players keep up fitness levels for the resumption  of the League. 

A MINI TOURNAMENT will be hosted by Pinoso on Monday 14th November with Formentra, Hondon Valley Flyers and the Red Lions participating.  

For further information about Walking Football contact [email protected], or club Facebook pages. 

That’s it for this week except to Thank the Euro Weekly News for their continuing and valuable support for Walking Football. Make sure you get YOUR copy. 


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