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Finals Success for U11 Girls Football!

Dover Lionesses battle right until the end to earn a bronze medal

  • U11 Girls Football Finals 2017
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  • U11 Girls Football Finals 2017

After an amazing finals tournament on Saturday, the girls came away with a bronze medal. After being the only school at the tournament that did not have any subs, the girls battled right until the end. All games were equally as tough and any medal could have been claimed by any school.

The girls did an amazing job, battling through the heat, playing like true superstars. Player of the tournament goes to Asha. Asha is constantly reliable in the defence and is not scared to make chances with a run up midfield.

Congratulations to Captain Millie and the rest of the team for an outstanding season.

Well done girls, I am very proud of what you have achieved.

Miss Dodson
PE Teacher