Gallery: Welwyn Hatfield schools annual football tournament
PENALTIES were needed to separate two talented junior teams at an annual football tournament. A total of 21 year six teams from primary schools across Welwyn Hatfield gathered at Sir Frederic Osborn School in WGC, each hoping to secure the coveted winners
PENALTIES were needed to separate two talented junior teams at an annual football tournament.
A total of 21 year six teams from primary schools across Welwyn Hatfield gathered at Sir Frederic Osborn School in WGC, each hoping to secure the coveted winners' medals.
Following a number of round-robin matches, the final was contested between St John's Digswell and Springmead.
And it went all the way to penalties, St John's eventually triumphing after a tense shootout.
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The bronze medals were collected by Welwyn St Mary's, who defeated Peartree in the competition's third-place play-off.
Jo Moxham, school sport co-ordinator at Sir Freds, branded the event a success and said all the students who took part had a good time.
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"It was a good turnout with more schools than last year," she added.
The tournament was run by sixth-formers at Sir Freds and Mrs Moxham said it had been "very well organised".
As for the weather, she added: "It was perfect for the spectators.