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CIRBONERO-HUARTE Fútbol Tercera División Grupo 15 NAVARRA T-2018-19.
Pretemporada 2017/2018. CA Cirbonero 1 - 1 CD Tudelano Partido disputado en Cintruénigo, el 29 de julio de 2017
CIRBONERO-HUARTE FUTBOL TERCERA DIVISION GRUPO 15 NAVARRA T. 2016 2017
Temporada 2016/2017. Alevín C. Jornada 12. CD Tudelano 4 - 2 CA Cirbonero Partido disputado el 17 de diciembre de 2016.
Temporada 2016/2017. Benjamín C. Jornada 2. CD Tudelano 2 - 4 CA Cirbonero Partido disputado el 22 de octubre de 2016
SUBIZA-HUARTE FUTBOL TERCERA DIVISION GRUPO 15 NAVARRA
Vídeo de Enrique Chivite
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