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FOOTBALL: King’s School first team are victorious in Old Boys match

An open training day will be held for Sleaford Town Junior FC on Saturday, October 22
An open training day will be held for Sleaford Town Junior FC on Saturday, October 22

King’s School first XI hosted the inaugural Old Boys’ match at the school’s playing fields, off North Parade, last Saturday.

The current Lincolnshire Under-18 Schools and Colleges League champions are enjoying another campaign of success and celebrated mid-season with a 6-1 victory over the former King’s students.

It was a keenly contested match, with the Old Boys’ led by Tom Shearer, but his less youthful side were unable to match the passing and movement of Mr Harrison’s first team.

l Three King’s players have made their Lincolnshire under-18 debuts this season.

Year 13 pupils Christian Andersen and Daniel Hibbert joined Oliver Reid (Year 12) to represent the county in a match against a very impressive Notts side by whom they were defeated.

l Two King’s Year 11 students were invited to represent Lincs Schools Football Under-16 squad.

Daniel Bradshaw and Corey Hammond-Hawkins played in the team against Boston United in a game that was drawn 1-1.

Daniel was asked to captain the side and has been selected for further games.


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