SS: May 2017
Today (17.05.17) 9 Year 5 and 6 children travelled to Shavington Soccer Centre to take part in the rearranged Trophy 75 Football Competition. In typically wet English conditions, we struggled to get to grips with the conditions and to shake off the rustiness which meant that we lost 2 out of our first 3 games. Thankfully, we then found our groove and everyone linked up very well so that we didn't lose a further group game and finished second in our group — progressing to the semi final. Winning the Semi-Final 1-0 set up a local derby final against Sound. We won this game 3-0 ensuring that we won the whole competition beating the other 14 teams to the trophy! Everyone played fantastically well and were brilliant representatives for the school.
A massive thank you to Charlie's dad for helping out all afternoon in the cold and wet and well done everyone for sticking with it in the wet!
Enjoy the win boys — you deserve it!
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