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School Sport: St Edward’s win Langdon Academy Sport Partnership year one and two mixed handball event

PUBLISHED: 10:00 24 April 2018

St Edward's won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership year one and two mixed handball event (pic: Langdon Academy Sport Partnership)

St Edward's won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership year one and two mixed handball event (pic: Langdon Academy Sport Partnership)

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A round-up of the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

St Edward’s had plenty to celebrate after winning the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership year one and two mixed handball competition.

St Francis’, Aldersbrook, St Luke’s, St Helen’s, St Edward’s, Sandringham, Langdon and North Beckton all took part in the event.

There was an initial group stage with the teams split into two pools to decide who would face who in the quarter-finals.

In the last eight, St Francis’ beat North Beckton, St Edward’s overcame St Helen’s, St Luke’s defeated Sandringham and Aldersbrook conquered Langdon.

The semi-finals saw St Edward’s win against Aldersbrook, while St Francis’ were victorious over St Luke’s in their game.

The play-off for third place ended in a comfortable 5-1 success for St Luke’s against Aldersbrook.

The final, meanwhile, was more evenly matched, with St Edward’s edging to a 4-3 triumph over St Francis’.

It was a fine success for the St Edward’s team as they saw off the challenge from their rivals to win.


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