Dunedin community tournament, Logan Park Turf

Cromwell and Alexandra goalkeeper Jonathan Jorgensen makes a valiant effort to save a goal in a...
Cromwell and Alexandra goalkeeper Jonathan Jorgensen makes a valiant effort to save a goal in a match against Gore Wanderers.PHOTOS: GREGOR RICHARDSON
Cromwell and Alexandra’s Blake Wallis (13) looks to kick the ball against Gore Wanderers.
Cromwell and Alexandra’s Blake Wallis (13) looks to kick the ball against Gore Wanderers.
Cory Feenstra (15) controls the ball for Gore Wanderers against Cromwell and Alexandra.
Cory Feenstra (15) controls the ball for Gore Wanderers against Cromwell and Alexandra.
Waitaki’s Angelo Bush (13) in action against Green Island.
Waitaki’s Angelo Bush (13) in action against Green Island.
Green Island’s Liam Prent (15) shoots from near the sideline as Waitaki’s Max Winter (14) chases...
Green Island’s Liam Prent (15) shoots from near the sideline as Waitaki’s Max Winter (14) chases after him.
Cromwell and Alexandra’s Bianca McElhinney (14) looks down the field for a pass during a match...
Cromwell and Alexandra’s Bianca McElhinney (14) looks down the field for a pass during a match against Gore Wanderers.

Football South’s community tournament is being played during the school holidays at Logan Park.  

A 13th grade tournament was held earlier in the week and  the 14th- 15th grade tournament has been held over the past two days.

ODT photographer Gregor Richardson went along.

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