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School Sport: Aldersbrook keep it clean to win latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

PUBLISHED: 17:00 24 November 2016

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

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

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

Cleveland finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Mixed CompetitionCleveland finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Mixed Competition

Aldersbrook pupils shone in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event as they won the KS2 Year Three/Four Football Mixed Competition on Wednesday.

A total of 16 schools took part and placed in four different groups with the top two progressing to the quarter-finals.

St Luke’s demonstrated their potential with a 2-0 win over Sandringham to book their spot in the last four of the tournament.

A sudden death shoot-out was required to separate Cleveland and St Antony’s after a goalless draw and the former progressing.

St Luke's finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Mixed CompetitionSt Luke's finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Three/Four Football Mixed Competition

Aldersbrook only just edged past St Edward’s following a tricky encounter, but did enough to claim a 1-0 victory.

Central Park triumphed in a sudden death shoot-out over St Joachim’s following a 1-1 draw to reach the semi-finals.

Aldersbrook again managed to produce the goods in the last four by winning 1-0 over Central Park to qualify for the final.

A goalless draw occurred between Cleveland and St Luke’s with the former progressing after a sudden death shoot-out.

St Luke’s, having lost in the semi-finals after a shoot-out, were involved in another after a stalemate with Central Park in the third/fourth place play-off.

This time St Luke’s held their nerve to finish third overall while Aldersbrook defeated Cleveland 2-0 to claim the trophy.

It was another successful event for the local community with numerous school children getting active.


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