Cup glory for second year running

  • The winning Warwick Academy under-13 boys’ team

    The winning Warwick Academy under-13 boys’ team


Warwick Academy under-13 boys won the BSSF football knockout cup for the second year in a row.

The team made it into the quarter-finals having won in a penalty shoot-out against Somersfield. They then beat Whitney to end up in the final against Saltus.

After an exciting match with outstanding team play, goals by Xahvi DeRoza, Charlie Thompson, Alessio Ferigo, Archie Richmond, Sebastian Madeiros, Luke Fulton and excellent goalkeeping by Keyan Webb, the boys win again.

Not to be outdone, Warwick Academy Primary Boys won their BSSF football knockout cup for the second year in a row.

The boys defeated Paget Primary in the semi-final 2-1, scoring two late goals. The next day the boys excelled and beat West Pembroke 1-0 in the finals. Massive congratulations to the whole team on another excellent year.

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Published Dec 13, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 13, 2018 at 7:49 am)

Cup glory for second year running

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