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GALLERY: Woodbridge Youth Development Festival

PUBLISHED: 18:54 18 October 2012 | UPDATED: 18:54 18 October 2012

The Youth Development Festival saw more than 1,300 people flock to Woodbridge Rugby Club at the weekend.

Players, parents, and supporters from 13 clubs stretching from Chelmsford to Great Yarmouth and Diss attended.

ROLL OF HONOUR:

Under-7 Cup winners: Woodbridge

Under-7 Plate winners: Ipswich

Under-7 Shield winners: Southwold

Under-8 Cup: Southwold

Under-8 Plate: Bury St Edmunds

Under-8 Shield: Colchester

Under-9 Cup: Ipswich

Under-9 Plate: Chelmsford

Under-9 Shield: Bury St Edmunds

Under-10 Cup: Hadleigh

Under-10 Plate: Southwold

Under-10 Shield: Felixstowe

Under-11 Cup: Ipswich

Under-11 Plate: Bury St Edmunds

Under-11 Shield: Diss

Under-12 Cup: Sudbury

Under-12 Plate: Hadleigh

Under-12 Shield: Stowmarket

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