The FUTURE is looking bright for Pagham as the under-21s clinched their third title in a row.
The young Lions sealed the SCFL Western Division crown this week with three games still to go in the season.
With a cup semi final left to come, hopes are high at Nyetimber that the nucleus of the under-21 side can fire Pagham to success in the future.
Pagham chairman Tony Shea said: “For most of the group, this title made it three league winners’ medals in three years – a fantastic achievement for the lads and one the club is extremely proud of.
“On top of that success, a number of the under-21 lads have featured regularly for the first team this year.”
With those young players starting, Pagham have enjoyed a resurgence in recent weeks and currently sit fourth in the SCFL Premier.
However, a good run was brought to an end on Saturday when they were beaten 3-0 at in-form Eastbourne Town.
The Lions welcome Newhaven to Nyetimber Lane tomorrow (3pm) as Mark Bennett’s side look to finish the season on the up.