School’s little world cup

PUBLISHED: 11:06 06 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:23 06 May 2010

SHEPHALBURY Primary School has been holding a mini world cup tournament of their own. Pupils, boys and girls, were split into teams representing all 32 countries that have participated in the tournament in Germany. The final was played last Friday when Ho

SHEPHALBURY Primary School has been holding a mini world cup tournament of their own.

Pupils, boys and girls, were split into teams representing all 32 countries that have participated in the tournament in Germany.

The final was played last Friday when Holland met the Czech Republic with Holland winning a tight match on penalties.

The children were presented with their prizes by Ieuan Lewis of Stevenage Borough Football Club.

STEVENAGE Borough Juniors under-10 Reds won their last tournament of the season at Ware Youth beating Woodson Park B in the final.

The Reds have entered six tournaments, winning three and being runners-up in two.


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