School Sport: Aldersbrook hold nerve to win latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event
PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 November 2016
Local pupils get active in another fantastic sporting competition for schools in the Borough
Aldersbrook pupils shone in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event as they won the KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys Competition on Wednesday.
A total of 18 schools took part and placed in three different groups with the top two progressing to the quarter-finals.
Two of the best third place teams in the group also made it through to the knock-out stage to decide the overall winner.
St Antony’s and Central Park both claimed 2-0 victories in their quarter-final fixtures against St Edward’s and Nelson.
Cleveland defeated Sandringham 1-0 while Aldersbrook showed their potential with a 3-0 success over St Joachim’s.
A 2-2 draw occurred between Cleveland and St Antony’s in the semi-finals with the later progressing after a sudden death shoot out.
Aldersbrook earned another 3-0 win – this time over Central Park – to continue their impressive form.
Central Park bounced back from that disappointment to defeat Cleveland 1-0 and finish in third.
St Antony’s and Aldersbrook surprisingly played out a goalless draw in the final before Aldersbrook held their nerve to win via a sudden death shoot out.
It was another successful event for the local community with numerous school children getting active.
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