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GALLERY: Woodbridge Youth Development Festival

PUBLISHED: 11:11 16 October 2012

Woodbridge Youth Rugby Development Festival 2012.

Bury St Edmunds (green) v Ipswich YM (yellow and maroon)

Woodbridge Youth Rugby Development Festival 2012. Bury St Edmunds (green) v Ipswich YM (yellow and maroon)

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THE Woodbridge Youth Development Festival was held on Sunday with clubs from Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex coming together at different age groups for the fourth annual event.

Ipswich Star photographer Sarah Lucy Brown was there to capture some of the action and a selection of pictures can be viewed now in our online gallery.

For more pictures and a report of the event, make sure you grab a copy of Friday’s Ipswich Star newspaper and turn to Chris Brammer’s ‘Love Rugby’ page.

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