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Hallsville crowned netball champions

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 June 2018

Hallsville celebrating their tournament success (Pic: Pat Hector)

Hallsville celebrating their tournament success (Pic: Pat Hector)

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Hallsville Primary School were victorious in a girls netball competition for year five and six pupils.

A total of four schools took part in the key stage two event, staged by the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership, with Hallsville beating Sandringham 1-0 in the final.

Hallsville finished as runners-up behind Sandringham in the group stages as they beat Aldesbrook 1-0, Ravenscroft 3-0, before falling to a 3-1 defeat to the group winners.

They went on to beat Aldesbrook 2-1 in the semi-final to progress into the final of the competition.

Group winners Sandringham sealed 6-0 victory against Ravenscroft in the semi-final to earn their spot in the finall.

Ravenscroft sealed the bronze medal with a 4-3 victory against Aldesbrook in the third and fourth place match-up.

The event was one of a number of Langdon Academy Sport Partnership competitions held recently.

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