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R.I. Strikers FC premier youth soccer organization hopes to add more Blackstone Valley talent to club

May 14, 2014

Providing quality without paying quantity.

That’s the mindset of the R.I. Strikers FC premier youth soccer organization as it kicks off its second season of existence.

After fielding five teams last season, including an Under-13 boys’ squad that captured the R.I. State Cup, the Strikers are looking to expand to nine teams this summer and include young talent from across the Blackstone Valley.

And they’re doing so with the repeat promise of offering the lowest premier fees in southeastern New England.

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