Girls on fire at the Football Competition

Well done to all schools that took part in our first SPSSA competition of the year last Thursday.

The day was split into a festival for emerging schools in the morning followed by the main competition in the afternoon. Over 200 girls took part in this event which is a huge increase from last year.

The festival went really well, with 10 schools experiencing plenty of football games, the afternoon competition saw 9 schools compete for the title, after the group games, Heycroft, Bournes Green and Fairways played each other for the title. Fairways secured the title after working hard against the other two schools, Heycroft finished 2nd and will join Fairways in Chelmsford on the 18th November  to represent Southend in the Essex Finals, we wish both teams the best of luck!

A big thank you to Hamstel Juniors who hosted the competition.

Participating Schools: Alleyn Court, The Federation of Greenways School, Richmond, Thorpedene, Sacred Heart, Chalkwell Hall, Hamstel Juniors, Barons Court, St. Mary's Prittlewell, Bournemouth Park  A & B,  Earls Hall, Temple Sutton, Bournes Green Junior, West Leigh Junior, Blenheim Primary School, Our Lady of Lourdes, Fairways, Westborough, and Heycroft

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