Real Sociable - the winning team at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)

24 pictures from Kenilworth's Soccer 8s charity football tournament

Organisers with the Soccer 8s charity football tournament doubled their target goal and raised £6,000 to benefit youngsters battling cancer.

The event, organised by Carl Smith and his friend, Riccardo Scimeca, now in its third year, brought people together for an afternoon of family fun and football last weekend. The tournament, created in memory of Carl’s brother, Daniel who died from cancer aged 24, took place on Saturday September 14 at the Sports Centre at Kenilworth School. The event raised £6,000, which will be split between four youngsters. For more on the on the tournament see the KWN news story.

Player at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
Player at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
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Players at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
Players at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
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Riccardo Scimeca, Catherine Smith, Carl Smith and Craig Smith at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
Riccardo Scimeca, Catherine Smith, Carl Smith and Craig Smith at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
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Vincent Bradley (on left), who is a cancer survivor, and Jon Burgess at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
Vincent Bradley (on left), who is a cancer survivor, and Jon Burgess at the Soccer 8s charity football tournament '(photo by Ben Duffy)
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