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Spring 2018

23 March 2018 - Key Steps Gymnastics - Years 5/6 - South Somerset Championships

Year 5/6 Gymnasts on Podium

A fabulous event at Orchard Gymnastics in Yeovil, with 5 schools competing for 2 spaces in the Team & Individual County finals. The standard of the competition was very good and we saw lots of fabulous gymnasts, which made for a great competition. The full results are detailed below:

Position

School

Points

1

Swanmead

73.5

2

Evercreech

72.1

3

Ash Primary

68.3

4

Norton Sub Hamdon

67.2

5

West Chinnock

62.6

As we can see from the results it was a good competition with a close contest at the top with Swanmead pipping Evercreech for the title, Ash in third and Norton sub Hamdon and West Chinnock coming in 4th and 5th respectively. Congratulations to all of those who competed, you represented your schools very well, and special congratulations to our County Finalists Swanmead and Evercreech, good luck in the County Finals, and also well done to Ash Primary for coming third. Also, special well done to Evercreech as they made the podium in every age group, well done for working so hard as a school on your gymnastics.

Additionally, we had an individual competition which was at an extremely high standard, with Isabella from Swanmead coming in 1st, Emily from Norton sub Hamdon in 2nd and Nim from Ash in 3rd. Well done to the top 2 for qualifying and good luck to you both in the County Finals. Results below:

Position

Individual & School

Points

1

Isabella - Swanmead

18.1

2

Emily - Norton

17.0

3

Nim - Ash

15.2

The Very High Vault!!

Once again, as is tradition now, following the competition phase the children were rewarded with some educational play time under the guidance of our Gymnastic Coaches from Orchard. A fabulous end to a great day, huge thanks to all who entered for your efforts in preparing the children, and massive thanks again to Orchard Gymnastics who hosted us superbly. Looking forward to the County Finals @Orchard Gymnastics, good luck to all of our qualifiers.

21 March - Badminton Festival @ Bucklers Mead - Years 2, 3 & 4 Mixed

Badminton Festival

We had a wonderful afternoon with the children from year 2,3 & 4 classes from local schools learning new and fun Badminton skills. The children from Milford Infants, Huish Primary and St Margaret's rotated round lots of fun games learning new skills without even realising, as it was a fun based activity. The children learnt about overhead smashes, touch shots, speed, agility, balance and many more skills. The festival was delivered as part of Badminton England's new primary age focused initiative, Racket Pack, which has been designed to deliver fun and engaging skill based sessions, ensuring a positive first experience of badminton.

The aim of The Racket Pack is too increase the number of young people taking part in badminton from an earlier age. By providing a positive first experience we hope to increase the number of junior players developing into lifelong players by providing the right opportunities for them to learn.

Badminton Festival

The programme is designed to teach children the correct badminton skills regardless of whether they are in a school, club or leisure centre environment. The programme is supported by The Racket Pack award scheme which will enable children to follow their progress, collecting certificates as they complete each stage until they can become a member of The Racket Pack.

Huge thanks to Bucklers Mead for hosting us, and to the Bucklers Mead Leaders who did an outstanding job delivering the activities on the day. Furthermore, huge thanks to Jane Lipton from Yeovil Badminton for delivering the session on the day. Remember to keep an eye out for further after school Badminton sessions at Bucklers Mead.

Badminton Festival

20 March - High 5 Netball - Small Schools - Years 5&6 Mixed - South Somerset County Qualifier

Small Schools Netball

On another very cold day at Westfield Academy, 4 teams from the South Somerset region competed against each other to qualify for the Small Schools High 5 Netball County Finals. The format was one mini league, where the teams would play each other once, and the top 2 would qualify for the County Championships at Millfield School in April.

A fabulous competition followed, with a really good standard of Netball demonstrated by all the children. Most of the games were very close which meant it a very tight contest, and went down to the last games before the qualifiers were clear, with West Chinnock and Combe St Nicholas finishing in 1st and 2nd spots, and Curry Mallet and Norton Sub Hamdon in 3rd and 4th pushing the top 2 all the way after some very tight games in a closely fought group.

Please see full results at the links below:

South Somerset Small Schools Netball

http://sportstables.net/south-somerset-small-schools-netball_10000

Huge congratulations to our County qualifiers West Coker & Combe St Nicholas. Big thanks to Westfield for hosting us, and special thanks to the Westfield leaders who endured the cold to help the event run smoothly, without the leaders' it wouldn't happen. Furthermore, huge thanks to Becky Divall from Ash for her assistance and Netball expertise, and to Rachel Middlemast from Westfield for her support throughout the day.

16 March 2018 - Key Steps Gymnastics - Years 3/4 - South Somerset Championships

Year 3/4 Gymnasts

A great event at Orchard Gymnastics in Yeovil, with 15 schools competing for 2 spaces in the Team & Individual County finals. The competition was awesome and we saw lots of fabulous gymnasts, which made for a fabulous competition. The results were pretty close, which demonstrated the quality of Gymnasts competing. Huge well done to all the children involved. The full results are detailed below:

Position

School

Points

1

Norton Sub Hamdon

72.9

2

Greenfylde A

72.8

3

Evercreech

72.7

4

West Chinnock

71.8

5

South Petherton

71.5

6

Greenfylde B

70.2

7

Charlton Mackrell

69.7

8

Ashlands & Misterton

69.3

9

Ash Primary 69.1

69.1

10

Kingsbury Episcopi

69.0

11

St Mary's & St Peters

68.7

12

Merriot

68.3

12

Shepton Beauchamp

68.3

13

Huish Primary

49.2

As we can see from the results it was a very close competition with only 3.9 points separating the top 10 the teams, a great effort. Congratulations to all of those who competed, you represented your schools very well, and special congratulations to our County Finalists Norton Sub Hamdon and Greenfylde, good luck in the County Finals, and also well done to Evercreech coming third. Also, special well done to the Huish Primary gymnasts, who were short of Gymnasts, but who competed very well on the day.

Additionally, we had an individual competition which was at an extremely high standard, with both qualifiers, Amilia (1st) & Eloise (2nd) coming from Ash Primary School. Well done for qualifying and good luck to you both in the County Finals. Results below:

Position

Individual & School

Points

1

Amilia - Ash

18.6

2

Eloise - Ash

16.5

Playtime

Once again, following the competition phase the children were rewarded with some educational play time under the guidance of our Gymnastic Coaches from Orchard. A fabulous end to a great day, huge thanks to all who entered for your efforts in preparing the children, and massive thanks again to Orchard Gymnastics who hosted us superbly.

12 March - High 5 Netball - Large Schools - Years 5&6 Mixed - South Somerset County Qualifier

On a cold wet day at Westfield Academy, 11 teams from the South Somerset region competed against each other to qualify for the High 5 Netball County Finals. The format was 2 mini leagues of 5 & 6 teams respectively, where the teams would play each other once, and the top 2 from each league would qualify for the County Championships at Millfield School in April.

A very competitive competition followed, with an excellent standard of Netball demonstrated by all the children. League A was a very tight contest, and went down to the last games before the qualifiers were clear, with East Coker and Tatworth finishing in 1st and 2nd spots, and Milford and Keinton Mandeville in 3rd and 4th pushing the top 2 all the way after some very tight games in a closely fought group. League B was a clearer affair, with Redstart and Castle Cary finishing in 1st and 2nd spots respectively, and St Gildas coming in a close third. Special mention must go to Curry Rivel who qualified through to this event as a small school in a large schools competition, they battled exceedingly hard in every game and represented their school very well indeed.

Please see full results at the links below:

South Somerset Large Schools Netball League A

http://sportstables.net/south-somerset-large-schools-netball-league-a_10000

South Somerset Large Schools Netball League B

http://sportstables.net/south-somerset-large-schools-netball-league-b_10000

Huge congratulations to our County qualifiers, East Coker, Redstart, Tatworth and Castle Cary and to our reserves St Gildas and Milford. Big thanks to Westfield for hosting us, and special thanks to the Westfield and Bucklers Mead leaders who endured the cold to help the event run smoothly, without the leaders' it wouldn't happen. Furthermore, huge thanks to Becky Divall from Ash for her assistance and Netball expertise, and to Rachel Middlemast from Westfield for her support throughout the day.

8 March 2018 - MOTIV8 Festival - Years 3/4 South Somerset

MOTIV8 Festival

We have launched our new concept festival 'MOTIV8' which we believe to be highly adaptable and incredibly engaging for all children. The MOTIV8 festival is targeted at children who are less active or do not really engage as such with the team game offer that is currently available.

Using the digital allure, we have taken the concept of some of the more popular games that the children play on their tablets and recreated them into a physical activity. We believe this to be a really fun way of getting our bodies moving and enjoying physical activity, engaging with children from other schools and working as part of a team.

Temple Run

The Festival launched at Bucklers Mead Academy with the help of their enthusiastic leaders who were fabulous on the day, and was well attended by schools. It was a great day, the children were very active and all genuinely seemed to enjoy themselves playing the different activities (Temple Run, Top Trumps, Jenga, Noughts & Crosses and Heads Up). It was really fun, just games, that were heaps of fun, and very active. The feedback we received was great, and the teachers were very pleased that the children were active and inspired to do more on their return to school.

Jenga

There were lots of opportunities to try new games and experience success and failure in quick succession, designed to mimic what happens in a computer game. We believe this format will be really popular, and we intend to run more festivals in the future months.

Huge thanks to Bucklers Mead for hosting us and to their leaders for running the activities, and adding their own inspiration to the day. Special thanks goes to Nancy Murdoch from Sedgemoor for helping to make the day a huge success.

Birchfield Primary & Champ the Dog

7 March 2018 - Key Steps Gymnastics - Years 1/2 - South Somerset Championships

South Somerset Key Steps Gymnasts

A really wonderful event at Orchard Gymnastics in Yeovil, with 10 schools competing for 2 spaces in the County finals. The competition went really well, and we saw lots and lots of fabulous gymnasts which created a really tight competition. The results were very close, which demonstrated the quality of Gymnasts competing. Huge well done to all the children involved. The full results are detailed below:

PositionSchoolPoints
1Evercreech74.9
2Greenfylde74.5
3Norton Sub Hamdon72.9
4Milford Infants72.6
5Charlton Mackrell 172.1
6West Chinnock71.1
7Reckleford71
8St Marys & St Peters70.4
9Shepton69.5
10Charlton Mackrell 268.8

As we can see from the results it was a very close competition with only 6.1 points separating all the teams, a great effort. Congratulations to all of those who competed, you represented your schools very well, and special congratulations to our County Finalists Evercreech and Greenfylde, good luck in the County Finals, and also well done to Norton Sub Hamdon for coming third.

Gymnasts on Podium 1. Evercreech 2. Greenfylde 3. Norton Sub Hamdon

Following the competition phase the children (and some of the teachers) were rewarded with some educational play time under the guidance of our Gymnastic Coaches from Orchard. A fabulous end to a great day, huge thanks to all who entered for your efforts in preparing the children, and massive thanks to Orchard Gymnastics who hosted us superbly.

Playtime

Feb 2018 - Mini Hockey - Years 5/6 - South Somerset Championships

Semi Final Clashes - Tatworth v Preston

Semi Final Clashes - Charlton Mackrell v Swanmead

South Somerset Mini Hockey Championships

A rather fresh day at Holyrood, but a great competition, with some fantastic hockey played. The competition was initially spilt into 2 leagues with each team playing each other twice, the top 2 would then progress to semi-finals, and then a final and third / fourth place play off.

In league A, after a slow start Tatworth found their form and won the group, which left Keinton Mandeville and Charlton Mackrell battling it out for second place, and a semi-final spot. It came down the last game in the group being a winner take all. After a very tight game, Keinton Mandeville thought they had won after scoring right on the final whistle, until they realised that the referee had disallowed the goal for the shot being taken outside of the shooting area. A tough call, which sent Charlton Mackrell along with the group winners Tatworth through to the semi's.

In league B, Swanmead dominated and won the group comfortably, and at this stage were competition favourites. Preston and Hambridge were left to battle it out for the runners up spot. In another final game winner take all battle, Hambridge went a player down due to injury and Preston took advantage with 3 quick goals, and by the time Hambridge got a full complement again they just didn't have time to complete the comeback, with the game finishing at 3-1 to Preston. Swanmead and Preston progressed through to the semi-finals spots.

The semi-final between Tatworth and Preston was a tight affair, with Tatworth edging out a battling Preston 1-0 to progress to the Final. Surprisingly, Charlton Mackrell in the other semi-final ran out comfortable victors with a 3-0 win over previous favourites Swanmead.

The final between Tatworth and Charlton Mackrell was another tight game, and after enduring a long spell of pressure from Tatworth, Charlton Mackrell broke away to score what would be the winning goal, and become the South Somerset Champions. The 3rd 4th place play off was the third meeting between Swanmead and Preston, and like their previous two meetings in this competition, this finished in a 1-0 win to Swanmead, giving them 3rd place.

After watching a very close competition, with some fantastic hockey being played it was decided that the top 4 teams would all qualify for the Somerset County Finals. Huge congratulations to Charlton Mackrell for winning the tournament and congratulations to our county qualifiers below, and the other teams for competing so well and for creating a great competition. Well done to all and good luck to our county qualifiers in the County finals.

Results:

1. Charlton Mackrell

2. Tatworth

3. Swanmead

4. Preston

League results:

South Somerset Mini Hockey Group A

http://sportstables.net/south-somerset-mini-hockey-group-a_10000

South Somerset Mini Hockey Group B

http://sportstables.net/south-somerset-mini-hockey-group-b_10000

Big thanks to Holyrood Academy for hosting the competition, and their leaders for helping as officials on a very cold day, also thanks to local coach Andy Swain for helping to referee the games.

Charlton Mackrell on their way to the Championship v Tatworth

Jan / Feb 2018 - Futsal - South Somerset Competition - U12/U14/U16

Wadham Boys - U14 Futsal County Qualifiers

South Somerset Futsal Qualifiers

A great competition all round, with some great Futsal being played, fast, skilful with lots of goals. Well done to all our County finalists, and good luck for finals day on 12 April @ Millfield Senior School. Full results can be found below:

U12 Mixed Futsal

Link for competition results: http://sportstables.net/u12-mixed-futsal

Final Result: Holyrood 5 - 2 Maiden Beech

County Qualifier: Holyrood

U14 Boys Futsal

Link for competition results: http://sportstables.net/boys-u14-futsal

Final Result: Wadham 1 - 0 Bucklers Mead

County Qualifier: Wadham

U14 Girls

Final Result: Bucklers Mead 1 - 0 Holyrood

County Qualifier: Bucklers Mead

U16 Boys

Link for competition results: http://sportstables.net/boys-u16-futsal

Final Result: Holyrood 1 - 0 Wadham

County Qualifier: Holyrood

U16 Girls

Final Result: Holyrood 5 - 2 Bucklers Mead

County Qualifier: Holyrood

Autumn 2017

5 & 12 December 2017 - Badminton - South Somerset Competition - KS3 & KS4

Badminton - KS3 Boys & Girls

A brilliant tournament with a very good standard of players, although a number of schools couldn't make it, which made it a 3 way play-off between the boys, and a straight final for the girls. Only one team would make it through to the county finals from the boys and girls age group, which created a good atmosphere with close competition. After some enthralling badminton, Ansford girls beat King Arthurs girls 4-1 in what was actually a very tight contest, to find their way into the county finals. In the boys, Ansford continued their good form to win all of their matches to progress to the county finals without losing a single game, in second was King Arthurs boys with a very creditable performance against Ansford and a good win against Preston. Preston came in third but certainly improved their level of badminton through the day. Well done to all for making it a great competition and good luck in the finals.

Boys KS3 County Qualifiers - Ansford Academy

Girls KS3 County Qualifiers - Ansford Academy

Badminton - KS4 Boys & Girls

Another brilliant tournament, again with a very good standard of players, although again a number of schools dropped out at the last minute, which made it a 3 way play-off between the girls, and a league of 4 for the boys. Only one team would make it through to the county finals from the boys and girls age group, which created a healthy level of tension for the competition. After both winning their first game against Preston, Ansford girls beat King Arthurs girls 3-2 in what was effectively a final, and a final that could have gone either way with only 8 points separating the two team after 5 games. A big well done to Preston girls, who despite not winning a game, competed well throughout the day and certainly improved their badminton skills. In the boys, again both Ansford and King Arthurs won their first 2 games against Preston and Stanchester to create what was effectively a final. This time, amazingly King Arthurs boys reversed the result, beating Ansford 3-2 in the final game, and again with only 8 points separating the two teams after 5 games. Furthermore, well done to Preston boys in 3rd and Stanchester boys in 4th for competing so well in what was a very high level of competition. Congratulations to Ansford girls and King Arthurs boys who made the county finals for the KS4 competition, and well done to all for making it a great competition and good luck in the finals.

Boys KS4 County Qualifiers - King Arthurs

Girls KS4 County Qualifiers - Ansford Academy

Well done to all involved, and a big thank you to King Arthurs for hosting, and also to the King Arthurs leaders for doing such a fabulous job on both days, it wouldn't have happened without the help and support of our leaders.

30 November 2017 - Boccia - Level 2 Competition - KS2 & KS3/KS4

Boccia - Level 2 Competition - KS2

A great tournament with 16 teams competing for 4 slots into the county finals. The contest was spilt into 2 leagues with the top 2 from each league going through. Both leagues were a really tight contest, but after some fabulous Boccia from some very talented children we eventually saw Ilchester and Huish going through from League A, and King Ina and Shepton Beauchamp going through from League B. Well done to all the children involved and thank you for giving us all a hugely enjoyable competition to watch. Full results can be found at the links below:

Primary Boccia A

http://sportstables.net/primary-boccia-a

Primary Boccia B

http://sportstables.net/primary-boccia-b

Boccia - Level 2 Competition - KS3 & KS4 Mixed

Another super tournament, but this time after a few last minute pull outs, we saw just 6 teams competing fiercely for the 4 slots into the county finals. The contest was made up of just one league with the top 4 going through. After a really tight contest, and some incredibly good Boccia from intelligent players we eventually saw both Holyrood and Westfield get both their A&B teams through to the county finals. Full results can be found at the links below:

Secondary Boccia

http://sportstables.net/secondary-boccia

Well done to all involved, and a big thank you to Westfield for hosting, and also to the Westfield leaders for doing such a fabulous job all day, it wouldn't have happened without the help and support of our leaders.

28 November 2017 - Sportshall Athletics - Years 5&6 Mixed

A fabulous completion, which was absolutely buzzing and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The standard of competition was very high and there was some exceptional performances on show. Just over 100 points separated the entire competition which shows how very close it was. The eventual winners, Preston, narrowly pipped St Nicholas into second place, but both will be going through to the County Finals in January. Full results are below:

Place

School

Points

1

Preston

630

2

St Nicholas

626

3

Holy Trinity

602

4

Ilchester

578

5

Horsington

576

6

Swanmead

556

7

Hambridge

552

8

High Ham

548

9

Chilthorne Domer

522

We all look forward to next years event, hopefully it'll be a another close contest and we'll look to get even more schools involved.

28 November 2017 - Sportshall Athletics - Secondary

As with the Primary competition in the morning, this was another fabulous competition, which was very lively and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The standard of competition was exceptional, and there was some very encouraging performances on show looking forward to the summer athletics. The competition was split into 4 individual competitions of Year 7 Boys, Year 7 Girls, Year 8 Boys and Year 8 Girls. The winners and county finalists in each category were:

Year 7 Boys - Preston

Year 7 Girls - Preston

Year 8 Boys - Holyrood

Year 8 Girls - Bucklers Mead

Although not a overall competition, once all the points were added up, just under 70 points separated the entire competition which shows how very close it was. Good luck to all the teams going through to the county finals in January. Full results are below:

YEAR 7 GIRLS

Place

School

Points

1

Preston

142

2

Holyrood

131

3

Westfield

129

4

Bucklers Mead

116

YEAR 7 BOYS

Place

School

Points

1

Preston

151

2

Holyrood

129

3

Westfield

127

4

Bucklers Mead

108

YEAR 8 GIRLS

Place

School

Points

1

Bucklers Mead

138

2

Westfield

131

3

Preston

130

4

Holyrood

117

YEAR 8 BOYS

Place

School

Points

1

Holyrood

136

2

Preston

133

3

Bucklers Mead

125

4

Westfield

122

19 November 2017 - Yeovil Junior Badminton Singles Tournament

A great competition with U13, U15 and U17 age groups. All matches were played best of 3 to 21.

There were 4 players in the U13 and it was 1 box played as a round robin. This was won by Connor Banfield from Gillingham Primary with Joshua Hockey from Hambridge Primary as runner up.

U15's has 2 boxes with winner and runner up going through to the semi-finals and then the final. This was won by Ben Hacker from Ansford Academy and the runner up was ibraheem Russell from Ansford Academy. Ben won 21 - 16 22 - 24 21 - 11 in the final.

The U17's had 1 box of 5 players so a round robin. Neo Katz from Mendip 6th won with Szymon Frychel from King Arthur's as runner up.

Well done to all involved, some great badminton played in a great spirit and we look forward to the next competition.

16 November 2017 – Can Do Football

A fabulous tournament, lots of games of football for all, with 3 different competitions running. All teams made it through to a Semi-Final and 50% of the teams made it through to the finals, a great experience for all involved, with so many tight games going to extra time. We had a total of 118 goals scored which is a goal very nearly every minute we were there, so great entertainment for the watching players and parents. The standard of football was excellent, and it was great to know that we have such strength and depth of footballers in South Somerset. Magic moment was the penalty shoot-out that just kept on going with Milford eventually pipping South Petherton 20-19 in their Semi Final. Well done to all for making it a great day, and an extra well done to the Cup Winners Maiden Beech, the Shield Winners Keinton Mandeville and the Plate Winners East Coker. The league results and tables are available at the links below:

Can do Football - League A

http://sportstables.net/can-do-football-league-a

Can do Football - League B

http://sportstables.net/can-do-football-league-b

Can do Football - League C

http://sportstables.net/can-do-football-league-c

Cup Semi Final Results:

Huish A 0 – 3 Maiden Beech

Milford 0 – 0 South Petherton (Milford Won 20-19 on penalties)

Shield Semi Final Results:

Castle Cary 3 – 0 Martock

Huish B 0 - 3 Keinton Mandeville

Plate Semi Final Results:

East Coker 3 – 0 Manor Court

Ash 2 – 0 Birchfield

Cup Final Results:

Maiden Beech 2 – 0 Milford

Shield Final Results:

Keinton Mandeville 2 – 1 Castle Cary (AET, 1-1 at full time, winner was on golden goal rule)

Plate Final Results

East Coker 3 – 2 Ash (AET, 2-2 at full time, winner was on golden goal rule)

Thanks to everyone for all your efforts, I really enjoy watching the football and was hugely impressed with the standard, well done to everyone involved.

6 November 2017 - ESFA U11 Girls County Qualifiers

A great tournament with some really closely contested games, fabulous to see such talent on show representing their schools. The tournament was a tight competition throughout, with the winners Preston eventually beating Tatworth 1-0 in a very closely contested final. Both teams will go through to the County Finals on the 12 Jan 2018 at Strode College. The league results and tables are available at the links below:

ESFA Girls U11 - South Somerset A

http://sportstables.net/esfa-girls-u11-south-somerset-a

ESFA Girls U11 - South Somerset B

http://sportstables.net/esfa-girls-u11-south-somerset-b

Semi Final Results:

Tatworth 3 – 2 King Ina (AET, 1-1 at full time)

Preston 2 – 0 East Coker

3/4th Place Play off result:

East Coker 6 – 1 King Ina

Final Result:

Preston 1 – 0 Tatworth

Qualifiers for County Finals (12 Jan 2018 @ Strode College):

1st Preston

2nd Tatworth

1st Reserve East Coker

2nd Reserve King Ina

Thanks to everyone for all your efforts, and look forward to watching the girls represent South Somerset in the county finals.

17 Oct 2017 - Yeovil Primary Schools Cross Country

16 Oct 2017 - ESFA U11 Small Schools County Qualifiers

Huge well done to everybody for a fantastic performance, great to see such a closely contested tournament. The league results and tables are available at the links below:

ESFA U11 Small Schools – Group A

http://sportstables.net/esfa-u11-small-schools

ESFA U11 Small Schools - Group B

http://sportstables.net/esfa-u11-small-schools-b

Semi Final Results:

West Coker 2 – 1 Ash

Horsington 0 – 2 Castle Cary

3/4th Place Play off result:

Horsington 2 – 0 Ash

Final Result:

Castle Cary 1 – 0 West Coker

Qualifiers for County Finals (19 Jan 2018 @ Strode College):

1st Castle Cary

2nd West Coker

1st Reserve Horsington

2nd Reserve Ash

Thanks to everyone for all your efforts, and look forward to watching the teams represent South Somerset in the county finals.

2 Oct 2017 - ESFA U11 Large Schools County Qualifiers

A great tournament, well contested with some super performances from all sides. Huge well done to the county qualifiers and all of the teams that fought so well. Really great to see such a closely contested tournament and a lot of very talented players on show. The league results and tables are available at the links below:

ESFA U11 Small Schools – Group A

http://sportstables.net/esfa-u11-large-schools-a

ESFA U11 Small Schools - Group B

http://sportstables.net/esfa-u11-large-schools-b

Semi Final Results:

Milford 2 – 1 Holy Trinity

Preston 0 – 1 Maiden Beech

Final Result:

Milford 4 – 0 Maiden Beech

Qualifiers for County Finals (26 Jan 2018 @ Strode College):

1st Milford

2nd Maiden Beech

Thanks to everyone for all your efforts, and look forward to watching the teams represent South Somerset in the county finals.

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