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Youth Football: Brent girls have a day to remember after winning bronze and being mascots for Continental Cup clash

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 December 2017

Brent girls' football team led out London Bees and Watford Ladies ahead of their Continental Cup clash at The Hive (pic: Brent Schools' FA)

Brent girls' football team led out London Bees and Watford Ladies ahead of their Continental Cup clash at The Hive (pic: Brent Schools' FA)

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Sunday will live long in the memory for many of the borough side

Brent girls' football team led out London Bees and Watford Ladies ahead of their Continental Cup clash at The Hive (pic: Brent Schools' FA)Brent girls' football team led out London Bees and Watford Ladies ahead of their Continental Cup clash at The Hive (pic: Brent Schools' FA)

Brent girls’ football team had a day to remember on Sunday after winning a bronze medal at a competition, before being mascots for a Continental Cup match that afternoon.

The day started with the young stars taking part in an event alongside a whole host of other sides that travelled from across the local area.

After producing a string of impressive displays, Brent were able to collect a bronze medal after finishing third overall in what was a tournament of real quality.

The girls’ were rewarded for their fine efforts by then being mascots for the Continental Cup Group One South tie between London Bees and Watford Ladies at The Hive in Canons Park in the afternoon.

The Brent team led Bees and Watford out, before participating in the pre-match handshakes.

The youngsters were treated to a thrilling game, with Bees winning on penalties after the match ended in a 1-1 draw.

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