Sharon Wood Tournament 17th July 2016

Directions – TR13 0EH

Rules and fixtures supplied on the day 

Please arrive early as the site will be very busy.  We would suggest 9am for 10 am kick off.  Easy access to carpark.  

All Adults £1 .  Children free. 

Programme available

Early morning food offer – bacon roll £1 until 10.30 am

BBQ available all day. Chips £1.  

Bar opens 11am.  

Teas, coffees and cake available all day.

July 9th

UPDATE U13&9 – 1 team required still

UPDATE 8 & 7 – space still available


UPDATE 8th May 2016  – Under 11 FULL

UPDATE 26th May 2016  – Under 10 FULL

UPDATE 23rd June2016  – Under 11 & 12 FULL


U11 age group is now full.  Sorry for those who are unable to get a place at this time. Contact us and either go on the reserve list or, if you feel able, the your team may play in the U12 age group.

New Contact Person is Treve Mathews – Mobile 07584031782

2016 Entry Form (pdf): click here and in new window click on link to get – SWT Entry Form

2016 Information: click here – SWT Information

This event is held annually in July to raise funds for cancer research and to support the development of youth football in the community.

It is dedicated to Sharon Wood who gave much of her time helping the club succeed in where it is today.The tournament is always a great success. Each year it surpasses the expectations of the previous. Approximately 100 teams participate in over 220 matches on 14 pitches

Over 1000 youngsters/ladies take part trying to win one of the 120 trophy’s and every square inch of the Wendron site was utilised.

Carparking was provided in surrounding fields by kind permission of local farmers.

100+ teams from all over Devon and Cornwall descend on Wendron Football Club for what is now the leading one-day tournament of its kind in the South West.

The day raises more than £6000, this has been divided equally between the club and cancer research. All winners were presented with medals and Trophy’s

The standard of football is excellent and the support from parents, coaches and organisers is a credit to those connected with youth football.

A special mention of thanks must go to those volunteers who make the day possible. In particular the vision and desire of tournament organisers Treve Matthews and Peter Thorne and their team of many volunteers, too numerous to mention.

Lets also not forget the referees who also give up their time. They have to officiate in 200 between the hours of 9.30am to 6.0pm when the last final is usually played.

This tournament requires early preparation and so parents and potential sponsors are requested to make themselves known to one of the following people:


Peter Thorne – advertising, sponsorship, stall operatives – 01209 860901

Money raised for Cancer Research UK

Yr 2000 £300

Yr 2001 £600

Yr 2002 £1530

Yr 2003 £3000

Yr 2004 £3421

Yr 2005 £3400

Yr 2006 £3800

Yr 2007 £3000

Yr 2008 £3322

Yr 2009 £3702

YR 2010 £3000

Yr 2011 £3304

Yr 2012 £3100

Yr 2013 £2053

YR 2014 £2841

Total £40373