Football: Brent Schools under-10 girls team take part in first tournament

PUBLISHED: 16:00 12 December 2017

The Brent Schools girls under-10 football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools FA)

The Brent Schools girls under-10 football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools FA)


The borough squad faced Alexandra Park Youth North and Barnet Nightingales at the weekend

Brent Schools girls’ under-10 football team gained valuable experience after taking part in their first ever competition on Saturday.

The girls took part in a tournament hosted by the Capital Girls League that also featured Alexandra Park Youth North and Barnet Nightingales.

In their first match against Alexandra Park, Brent drew 4-4 with Molly O’Connor and Natalia Camara both scoring braces.

O’Connor scored again in their next game against Barnet, but it was not enough as Brent lost 4-1.

The third match saw Brent face Alexandra Park again and though Georgie Stone played well in goal, the borough girls lost 2-0.

The final clash of the tournament for Brent was again against Barnet and while O’Connor struck again, her side went down 2-1.

Despite the results, the Brent team had an enjoyable time at their first event together and will hope to take part in more tournaments in the coming months.

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