The Week in Youth THE weather once again played a significant role in the weekend schedule for United’s youth system but those who did play enjoyed some fine performances from the youngsters in Yellow. A long trip to take on South Gloucester for our Under-11 Yellow squad resulted in a thrilling 2-2 draw and a
A SOLITARY strike from Olaf Koszela was enough for United’s Under-16s to progress past Oxfordshire Football Development in the second round of the JPL Cup last weekend. After a bright start from both sides, it was Oxford FD who went closest to opening the scoring from a header that flew just over the bar. Shortly
Torquay United general manager, Geoff Harrop, gives us a ‘half-term’ report on the progress of our newly formed Youth Academy. Dear Supporters, We restarted our Academy in June with some fantastic support from our Community Sports Trust department. Torquay United Community Sports Trust manager Craig Hutcheson and his staff conducted trials, and we have
We currently have a vacancy for a Head of Academy Coaching for our youth programme. Applications to be sent to Torquay United Operations Manager Kelly Roberts: email@example.com. Please click below for more details on this role. Head of Academy Coaching The closing date for applicants is 08/12/17.
Junior Premier League Results 23/09/17 Saints South West (Devon) 1 – 3 TUFC U12s Saints South West (Somerset) 5 – 4 TUFC U13s FC Bridgwater 7 – 3 TUFC U14s Saints South West (Devon) 2 – 1 TUFC U15s TUFCU16s 4 – 0 Weston super Mare AFC
Last weekend saw some of youth teams in action, either participating against PG Academy, who are linked to Premier League side Swansea City, or in the second round of the Junior Premier League. Friendly TUFC U11s Yellows 11-2 PG Academy Junior Premier League | Week Two TUFC U12s 1-8 Saints South West (Devon) TUFC U13s 7-7 Saints South