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School Sport: St Edward’s prove too hot for rivals!

PUBLISHED: 09:41 24 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:41 24 February 2017

St Edward's won the year one hot potato competition staged by the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership

St Edward's won the year one hot potato competition staged by the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership

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Pupils celebrate success in latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

St Luke's were runners-up in the year one hot potato competition staged by the Langdon Academy Sport PartnershipSt Luke's were runners-up in the year one hot potato competition staged by the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership

Pupils from St Edward’s School were celebrating after winning the year one hot potato competition staged by the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership this week.

A total of nine borough schools took part in the event, with St Edward’s beating Shaftesbury in their group to ensure a quarter-final place.

Further wins over St Helen’s and St Francis sent them through to the final, where they overcame St Luke’s by a 2-1 scoreline.

St Luke’s reached the final after beating Elmhurst and St Helen’s in their group, then knocking out Shaftesbury and Essex.

Pupils from Altmore and Dersingham also competed.


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