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Joma South West Challenge Cup 2010 - Lineup


JOMA 2010 SOUTH WEST CHALLENGE CUP TOURNAMENT. 
FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF TOURNAMENT TEAMS.
FIVE MONTHS’ HARD WORK BEARS FRUIT FOR TOURNAMENT ORGANISERS.

The following statement has been issued on behalf of the JOMA 2010 Tournament Executive:

"At the end of FIVE MONTHS hard and sustained planning, the JOMA 2010 Tournament can now announce the 12 Teams who will compete in July for the  South West Challenge Cup; the Executive wants to thank all those host Clubs and local organisations, too numerous to mention, who have assisted in the overall planning of the event to date.

"As we enter a new phase of the overall plan, the Executive is completely satisfied that the structure and timetable is now in place to deliver a superbly competitive pre-season Tournament, subject to formal Registration by Devon FA and the appointment of suitably qualified Match Officials."

Following this announcement, the Tournament organisers will be moving ahead with Publicity/Ticket Sales and the monitoring of the host ground and training facilities for the visiting Clubs. Further updates will be issued in due course. http://southwestchallengecup.moonfruit.com/

TEAMS now officially accepted for the Tournament are:

ACCRINGTON STANLEY FC.
BARNSTAPLE TOWN FC.                        
BIDEFORD AFC.
DONCASTER ROVERS FC.
EASTLEIGH.                      
HAVANT & WATERLOOVILLE FC.
ILFRACOMBE TOWN FC.  
KILMARNOCK FC. 
LEYTON ORIENT FC.
RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS FC.
SHREWSBURY TOWN FC.
TRURO CITY FC.

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