Verulam School’s triumph at St Albans district cup finals

Match action from district cup football final at Woollams playing fields in St Albans

Match action from district cup football final at Woollams playing fields in St Albans - Credit: Archant

Sporty students at a St Albans secondary school are celebrating after not only reaching the district cup football final, but collecting a handful of trophies as well.

Years 7-10 teams from Verulam School, Brampton Road, won their final matches at the event, held at Woollams playing fields in St Albans recently.

A spokesman for the school said: “It was a great finals’ day for Verulam, reaching four of the five finals and winning all four trophies – a feat that not many schools can boast.

“In a strong football area, four district cups and a county cup shield, that Year 8 won the previous week, shows the strength in depth of the Verulam boys.”

Year 7 beat Sandringham School 5-0, while Year 8 won 2-1 against Beaumont.


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Meanwhile the Year 9 team beat independent St Albans School 2-1 and Year 10 pupils celebrated a 3-0 win over Harpenden-based school, Sir John Lawes.

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