Junior soccer will happen in Leeton in 2020, but in the meantime, take a look back at some games of the past.
Junior soccer in Leeton shire has always been popular among young boys and girls.
With positive news that a town competition will go ahead later this year, youngsters can soon start preparing to lace up the boots.
In the meantime, take a look back at some of the matches of the past.
Here's how The Irrigator reported on a day of town soccer back in 2015:
Cool winter morning greets young players
A BEAUTIFUL winter morning greeted young soccer players for the final games to be played before the current school holiday break on June 27.
Some teams were short-staffed due to the start of the school holidays.
Several of the under 12 GDFA players stayed after their game and helped their teams to victory.
They were some great games played.
Town soccer action will return to the field on July 18. We look forward to seeing parents and players back on deck and ready for some more competitive matches.
Chelsea 11 (Walter Asmus, Martin Thomas, Malcolm Thomas 3, Melvin Jaxson 4, Benjamin McDowell, Zaiden Bull, Jarryd Winnel MVP) d Liverpool 2 (Charlie Lamont 2, Brayden Simpson MVP)
Manchester United 6 (Arcangelo Mallamace 2, Jared Hottes 2, Kayla Mecham 2 and MVP) d Arsenal 4 (Alexander Graham, Tyler Mohr, Ted Ostler, Ryan Christopher, Ella Ireland MVP)
Real Madrid 10 (Oliver Kidd 3, Jack Kidd 2, Sy Watts 2, Lailani Watts, Riely Sloan MVP) d AC Milan 0 (Jessica Thomas MVP)
Juventus 7 (Ned Halls 3, Jude Clayton 3, Nakeita Alampi, Daniel Bowyer MVP) d FC Porto 2 (Beau Davies, Bryan Wornes, Milly Smith MVP)
Barcelona 2 (Tallis McMillan, Joseph Onley, Maddy Irvin MVP) drew with Valencia 2 (Adrian Mallamace, Tom Cooper 1 and MVP)
Wellington Phoenix 7 (Jake Mallamace, Tennyson Sales, Elliot clayton 5 and MVP) d Melbourne Victory 2 (Jasper Dawe MVP)
Sydney FC 6 (Oliver Nardi 4, Jason Clough, Salvatore Alampi, George McCrohon MVP) d Brisbane Roar 0 (Jack Miller MVP)
Perth Glory 4 (Samuel Alampi 2, Samuele Bruzzese 2, Tyler Guest MVP) d Adelaide United 3 (Kody Schmetzer 3, Hayley Mulloy MVP)
Australia 6 (Zaide Harmer 4, Alistair Fattore 2, Jaxx Burns MVP) d Italy 0 (Xavier Stanton MVP)
England 9 (Maxim Onley 8, Bailey Hopewell, Vann Trembath MVP) d Brazil 3 (Stepania Cuteri 2, Xavier Chilko 1 and MVP)