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St Edward’s win Langdon Academy Sportshall Athletics event

PUBLISHED: 12:00 01 November 2018

St Edward's celebrate their success in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event (pic: Langdon Academy Sport Partnership)

St Edward's celebrate their success in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event (pic: Langdon Academy Sport Partnership)

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St Edward’s had plenty to celebrate after winning the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership Year One & Two Sportshall Athletics Competition.

A strong field of 16 teams took part in the event, with the results from both the boys’ and girls’ competition combined to decide the overall champion.

St Edward’s swept all before them in both the boys’ and girls’ events, winning both to secure a comfortable success overall.

St Francis’, meanwhile, finished second overall, thanks in part to a strong showing in the girls’ competition where they finished second.

In third place were Purfleet, who were helped by coming second in the boys’ competition where they shone in the field events.

Other teams to do well included St Anthony’s and Brampton, who came third in the girls’ and boys’ events respectively.

Also competing were Essex, Aldersbrook, Avenue, St Luke’s, Altmore, Langdon, Elmhurst, Nelson, St Joachim’s, Cleveland and Sheringham.

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