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School Sport: Aldersbrook hold nerve to win latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 November 2016

Aldersbrook pupils won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys Competition

Aldersbrook pupils won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys Competition

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Local pupils get active in another fantastic sporting competition for schools in the Borough

St Antony's finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys CompetitionSt Antony's finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys Competition

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.

Central Park finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys CompetitionCentral Park finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Boys Competition

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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