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Cambridge News: Cambridge were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Wales when they took on the international side in a veterans' friendly.  Criag Brodie put the Peterborough & District team in front after 25 minutes at Cottesmore's UEFA standard pitch in Rutland.  But Cambridge manager Paul, who lost three players to injury before the match including infuential midfielder Scotty Morrison, saw Cambridge concede twice to Bellamy in the last 20 minutes.  "A draw would have been fair," said Paul. "Considering Wales train together twice a week and we only play once every three, we showed that we are more than capable." 

The last two seasons saw Cambridge runners up and gain promotion from the P&DFL 3rd division to 2nd, and then repeat this a season later to the Premier division, as well as runners up in the Cambridgeshire FA league and in the Bedfordshire FA & Border Counties Cup.  This season also saw Cambridge FC reach the final of the FA Peoples Cup, and next season shall see Cambridge play in the veterans' FA Cup rounding off with international matches against Wales and Scotland

Next season shall see Cambridge FC put together a first team, as it is the aim of Cambridge FC to provide a fully inclusive, and quality amateur football club, for players living within and surrounding the area of Cambridge 

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