Moss Bury retain trophy
The annual autumn tournament of the Stevenage and District Primary Schools Football Association was at Barclay School on Saturday. Moss Bury successfully defended the trophy which they won last season by beating Woolenwick 2-0 in the final. This was afte
The annual autumn tournament of the Stevenage and District Primary Schools' Football Association was at Barclay School on Saturday.
Moss Bury successfully defended the trophy which they won last season by beating Woolenwick 2-0 in the final. This was after coming through unbeaten from their qualifying 'group of death' which included the top two teams in the league division one.
Ashtree won the girls' competition for the first time. This was held on a straight league basis as there was only a small entry of six schools. Woolenwick again were runners-up, one point adrift.
Both the winners now go forward to represent Stevenage in the county finals next month.
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The leagues are heading towards the halfway point in the season.
Almond Hill are looking title favourites in Division One as they still have to play the bottom three teams.
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St Nicholas have made an impressive start in Division Two, though their next game against second placed Giles will have a great bearing on where the title goes.
The girls' league seems to be wide open at present with any of the top four sides capable of winning the title.
However the boys' junior league for Years Three and Four has only just begun with Knebworth leading the way at present.
The Comet is donating new trophies for both the boys' and girls' cups. The draws for the next rounds will be made next month.