Local Coaches Take On New York's Finest In Charity Soccer Match - 27 East

Local Coaches Take On New York’s Finest In Charity Soccer Match

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Gregory Fink, left, and Jennifer Marino.

Gregory Fink, left, and Jennifer Marino. RON ESPOSITO

Everyone partakes in a moment of silence.

Everyone partakes in a moment of silence. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group, a local travel soccer program based in Southampton, and the NYPD soccer team played a charity soccer game on Sunday evening at Southampton High School.

Colonial Sports Group, a local travel soccer program based in Southampton, and the NYPD soccer team played a charity soccer game on Sunday evening at Southampton High School. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

East Quogue resident Greg Fink has been a member of the NYPD for 20 years and also serves as director of Southampton Town United soccer club.  RON ESPOSITO

East Quogue resident Greg Fink has been a member of the NYPD for 20 years and also serves as director of Southampton Town United soccer club. RON ESPOSITO RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club.

Colonial Sports Group coaches played a game against players from the New York's Finest Soccer Club. RON ESPOSITO

authorCailin Riley on Sep 15, 2021
A special group of soccer players met on the pitch at Southampton High School on Sunday evening, where the competition was secondary to honoring those in uniform. On the 20th... more

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