Aldersbrook come up trumps in school football tournament

PUBLISHED: 09:00 09 October 2018

Aldersbrook pose for the camera after winning the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)

Aldersbrook pose for the camera after winning the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)


Aldersbrook Primary School sealed another Langdon Academy Sport Partnership title in the year three and four key stage Two mixed football tournament.

Brampton finished runners-up of the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)Brampton finished runners-up of the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)

The Harpenden Road School followed up last week’s success with another win.

They were one of seven primary schools to take part in the event, along with Avenue, Brampton, Cleveland, Elmhurst, Langdon, Lathorn Sandringham, St Edward’s, St Helen’s, St Luke’s and St Joachim’s.

Aldersbrook, Elmhurst, Sandringham, St Edward’s, Cleveland, Brampton, St Helen’s and St Joachim’s all made it out of the three groups and into the quarter-finals.

In the last-eight ties, Aldersbrook drew 1-1 with St Joachim’s and then drew 1-1 with St Edward’s in the semi-finals, both matches requiring penalties to seal their progression.

Brampton finished third in the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)Brampton finished third in the tournament (Pic: Pat Hector)

Aldersbrook beat Brampton 2-1 in the final to be crowned champions.

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