Last Friday the U9 and U11 boys went across to Sevenoaks School to play in their annual 5 a-side football tournament. It was a round robin, so each team played 5 games.


The U9s got off to a flying start, beating Radnor House 5-0, which put them into a great position for the rest of the tournament. Apart from a frustrating 0-0 draw with Russell House, the boys won all of the rest of their matches and finished 1st overall. To add to this, C Wilson was named player of the tournament. The boys should be really proud of the way they played. They showed the school in a fantastic light, with some great skill and goal scoring. Well done to: C Wilson, M Little, J West, A Saini, T Warren, D Booth.


The U11s also had a good tournament. They played well, winning some of their games very comfortably, but struggled to finish off some of their chances which meant they narrowly finished runners up. Well done to: L Selvey-Clinton, M Cameron, T Smith, H Richmond, T Neville, M McLaughlin.

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