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Aldersbrook triumph in Langdon Academy football event

PUBLISHED: 17:00 27 September 2018

Aldersbrook Primary School celebrate their success in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership Year One & Two football event (pic: Langdon Academy)

Aldersbrook Primary School celebrate their success in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership Year One & Two football event (pic: Langdon Academy)

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Details of the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

Aldersbrook Primary School had reason to cheer after winning the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership Year One & Two football competition.

Aldersbrook were one of seven primary schools to take part in the event, along with Avenue, Cleveland, Essex, Langdon, Nelson and St Edward’s.

The initial group stage saw them put into one pool featuring all teams, with all schools playing each other once.

The top four from the final standings in the group stage all progressed to the knockout rounds.

Aldersbrook, Essex, Avenue and Cleveland all made it through, with Langdon, Nelson and St Edward’s knocked out of the event following the group stage.

In the semi-finals, Aldersbrook beat Cleveland 1-0 and Essex needed a penalty shootout to beat Avenue after their match ended in a goalless draw.

Aldersbrook beat Essex 2-0 in the final to go the entire event without conceding, while Cleveland won on penalties against Avenue following a goalless draw to place third.

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