Regional Engage Football Tournament

On Thursday 30 October, seven students represented Grafham Grange at the Regional Engage Football Tournament at Muntham House. This was their first tournament of the year and the main focus was to enjoy the day and play the best football we could.

After 7 matches, 5 wins, 12 goals and a sudden death penalty shoot-out we found ourselves in the final against West Heath School. Unfortunately it was a bridge too far and we lost on penalties. Although the team were disappointed to lose, they were extremely proud of their efforts.

The performance and efforts at the tournament did not go unnoticed as we then received an invitation to attend the National Engage Football Tournament at St George’s Park – England’s football training facility.

 

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

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