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After eight weeks of matches at Ferndale Recreation Centre in Brixton, the Lambeth Primary School Girls' League came to a conclusion two weeks ago.
With 12 teams entered into the league, and every team playing each other once, there were a lot of games to fit in. Eventually the winners were decided and Loughborough Primary School topped the table with 25 points, only losing one game through the whole competition. They were closely followed closely by Stockwell Primary School who had 24 points.
There was a lot of improvement over the course of the league and the matches became more competitive as the girls' skills and techniques improved.
Emma Barnes, Women's & Girls' FDO, London FA, says: "It has been great to see this league take place for the second consecutive year, and with the introduction of some new schools as well. We hope that this league will go from strength to strength and engage even more schools next year."
The league started back in April and was run in conjunction with the London FA, Lambeth Sports Development Unit and was funded by Sport Unlimited. Due to the success of the league it will be continued next year. If you are a Lambeth Primary School and wish to be kept up to date with details for this league, please contact Emma on (07921) 050375 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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