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Sandringham win Langdon event

PUBLISHED: 11:55 05 March 2015 | UPDATED: 11:55 05 March 2015

Sandringham won the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event

Sandringham won the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event

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St Edward's came second at the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership eventSt Edward's came second at the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event

Sandringham came out on top at the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event where 20 schools took part in a Year 5 and 6 netball competition.

They beat St Edward’s in the final to secure a first place finish, whilst out of the beaten semi-finalists St Antony’s edged past Drew.

St Antony's finishes third in the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership eventSt Antony's finishes third in the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event

Sandringham had finished top of Group Two achieving four wins out of four, with Drew behind them in second place achieving two wins and one draw from their four matches.

That was enough to send them both into the quarter-finals and joining them in the last eight from Group One were St Edward’s, who progressed with a 100 per cent record.

A happy goal defence at the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership eventA happy goal defence at the latest Langdon Academy School Sport Partnership event

Rosetta also qualified after winning three of their four matches. St Helen’s finished first in Group Three after winning three games with Shaftesbury behind them with two wins and one draw.

Whilst St Antony’s were first in Group Four with two victories and two draws and St James also progressed from that group with an identical record.

Sandringham progressed from the quarter-final’s following a 5-0 win against Shaftesbury and St Edward’s eased through with a 3-0 success against St James.

St Helen’s and Drew played out a stalemate, but Drew came through on sudden death and St Antony’s defeated Rosetta 1-0.

St Edward’s proved too strong for Drew in the semi’s and secured a one-goal win, whilst Sandringham won 2-0 in the semi’s before they met in the final.

Once again Sandringham showed their class as they won 3-0, but St Antony’s earned a third place finish by beating Drew 1-0 to cap an enjoyable day for all involved.

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