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School Sport: St Joachim’s net prize at latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event

PUBLISHED: 16:00 10 November 2016

St Joachim's won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls Competition

St Joachim's won the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls Competition

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

St Edward's finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls CompetitionSt Edward's finished second in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls Competition

St Joachim’s pupils shone in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event as they won the KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls Competition on Tuesday.

A total of 10 schools took part in the field events with two groups before a knock-out phase to decide the winners.

St Edward’s, St Antony’s, Sandringham and St Luke’s progressed from Group Two with Nelson bottom.

St Joachim’s, St Helen’s, Cleveland and North Beckton qualified in Group One with Langdon missed out.

Sandringham finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls CompetitionSandringham finished third in the Langdon Academy Sport Partnership KS2 Year Five/Six Netball Girls Competition

Cleveland and St Edward’s earned 1-0 victories in the quarter-finals over St Antony’s and North Beckton respectively.

Sandringham and St Joachim’s both won 2-0 over St Helen’s and St Luke’s to reach the last four.

A 2-0 win for St Edward’s over Cleveland booked their spot in the final before St Joachim’s triumphed 3-1 over Sandringham.

In the final, St Joachim’s proved too strong and claimed a 2-0 win while Sandringham claimed a 1-0 victory in the third/fourth place play-off.

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


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