Year 3/4 Football

On Wednesday 31st March, it was the turn of the Year 3/4’s Boys and Girls to don their boots and shinpads and play ‘The Beautiful Game’.  Although the weather was bordering on arctic temperatures, it didn’t stop our hardy youngsters.   

As this was the second tournament this year for the Year 3/4’s, we reverted back to mixing the East and West schools in the initial stages; each school had the opportunity to play a school they hadn't played in the previous tournament.

Schools were placed into 3 groups with Earls Hall, Prince Avenue and Fairways progressing as winners of their respective group and entering the CUP competition (this would decide the overall winner). This group seemed to have strong teams and games were of high calibre with some gruelling saves and bending shots worthy of Beckham or Rooney (well, when they’re fit!).

In the end there could only be one winner, and working as an excellent team, Earls Hall prevailed as eventual winners taking the crown as 2010 3/4 mixed football champions. Thank you to Playfootball for the venue, SSCo's for organising and refereeing, teachers, Young leaders and parents, and of course our lovely Competition Manager Tracy Bennett for collating the ‘scores on the doors’


1 – Earls Hall Juniors                  

2 - Fairways

3 – Prince Avenue


1 – Bournes Green

2 – Temple Sutton

3 – Edwards Hall



Year 3/41 – Thorpe Greenways

2 – Heycroft

3 – Bournemouth Park

4 - Friars

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