: March 2015
The Wrenbury Girls football team are officially the 3rd best team in the North of England!
The girls took part in the Danone English Schools FA Northern Finals as Cheshire champions against the champions of Northumberland, Cumbria, South, North and West Yorkshire, Durham, Merseyside, Lancashire and Cleveland.
After 4 group games they qualified for the semi final match as runners up — again unbeaten.
Although the girls were beaten in this final match it was their first defeat in a run of 13 matches in the whole competition.
Special thanks to all of the parents, friends and relatives for their tremendous support for the girls throughout.
A fantastic performance from the Wrenbury team — well done to Mia, Louise, Ellie D, Francesca, Ellie M, Heidi, Chloe, Sophie and Libby from a very proud Coach.
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