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Year 5 Little Heath Football Tournament

On Tuesday 29th September, the year 5 and 6 football team participated in an Inter school 5-a-side tournament held at Little Heath School.

Competing against local schools such as Park Lane, Springfield, St Pauls and Birch Copse, the team performed admirably considering it was their first time playing together. The ended the tournament with 1 win, 1 draw and 2 defeats. The whole team battled hard in every game, showing great team work as well as individual skill. From Callum in goal, who made some outstanding saves, through to Kieran up front (scoring 3 goals), they all played incredibly well.


Vs Park Lane                      0-0          D

Vs Springfield                    1-3          L

Vs St Pauls                          2-0          W

Vs Birch Copse                  0-2          L

Squad: Callum Wardle, Kieran Allen, Harry Knight, Jake Parris, Charles Wake, Adam Seymour & Harry Clarke.

Player of the Tournament: Callum Wardle


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