More success on the football pitch for Fleetville Junior School

PUBLISHED: 09:03 02 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:04 02 May 2018

The Fleetville girls beat Dagenham & Redbridge on penalties in the quarter-final of the South of England stage in the National Trust Cup.

The Fleetville girls beat Dagenham & Redbridge on penalties in the quarter-final of the South of England stage in the National Trust Cup.

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Fleetville Junior School have continued their fine footballing tradition with more success.

The Fleetville girls beat Dagenham & Redbridge on penalties in the quarter-final of the South of England stage in the National Trust Cup.The Fleetville girls beat Dagenham & Redbridge on penalties in the quarter-final of the South of England stage in the National Trust Cup.

The Year 5 boys won the St Albans six-a-side tournament at Colney Heath School, topping their group before beating Wheatfields in the final thanks to a solitary goal from Jed Telford.

They will now represent St Albans in the county tournament with a place in the national finals at stake.

And the girls joined in with a top four place at the South of England finals of the National Trust Cup.

After getting out of their group, they beat Dagenham & Redbridge on penalties with two saves from keeper Evie Warwick and goals from Erin Pearce and Stella Ekblad-Pisticelli before losing to Aldershot Town in the semis.

The Fleetville Year 5 boys were crowned winners of the St Albans six-a-side tournament at Colney Heath School.The Fleetville Year 5 boys were crowned winners of the St Albans six-a-side tournament at Colney Heath School.

Charlie Lumsdon, sports co-ordinator at Fleetville said: “The development, attitude and skill is a joy to be a part of and is a credit to the hard work the children put in and the support of the parents.”


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