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Police and pupils go head to head

PUBLISHED: 17:50 16 June 2010 | UPDATED: 18:03 30 June 2010

IT will be a case of off the beat and on the ball for Caister police next week as they challenge local pupils in a football match.

Members of the Caister and Rural Flegg Safer Neighbourhood Teams will play against pupils from John Grant School on the school's grounds at 10am on Monday.

IT will be a case of off the beat and on the ball for Caister police next week as they challenge local pupils in a football match.

Members of the Caister and Rural Flegg Safer Neighbourhood Teams will play against pupils from John Grant School on the school's grounds at 10am on Monday.

The annual match, now in its third year, aims to forge better links with young people and the local community.

Both teams will be hoping to improve on last year's score, a 5-5 draw, when they kick-off, and people and invited to come down and show their support.

The day is being supported by Tubby's Butchers and Allan's Butchers while the local Tesco and Co-op have each donated £10.

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