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U14 Girls Football North Devon Champions 2018

They remain undefeated and the the ND Champions for the 3rd year in a row. The team now go on to the FA County Tournament on 24th April, in Newton Abbott.

"Every player has been so strong this year and have dominated games as a result of working so well together as a team. Once again it has been a pleasure to coach and watch these incredible girls!" - Miss Berry - Coach.

Congratulations to: Imogen Lang, Lucy Phillips, Charley Prouse, Darcey Locke, Tegan Harrison, Caitlin...

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Year 8 Football Team - North Devon Champions!

Congratulations to our Year 8 Football team who beat Braunton 2-0 at the North Devon final on Tuesday 21st Nov, to become the North Devon Champions.

A big WELL DONE to all who played in such heavy rain!

Also Year 9 were runners up and year 7 were semi finalists.

2017 North Devon U14 Girls Football Champions!

This is the second year in a row this team of girls have become North Devon Champions.

This year they were unbeaten in their pool, beating South Molton, Chulmleigh and Great Torrington, scoring an impressive thirty-eight goals and only conceding one throughout the nine games played. They then faced Bideford in the Final who were the winners of the other pool. Park took an early lead in the first half and then scored another, right at the start of the second half, giving them a 2-0...

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Well done - Year 7 Girls Football Team

Having been undefeated so far this year and winning the North Devon Final so convincingly, we had high hopes for the County Finals in Newton Abbot. We also knew however that we would be up against some of the best schools in Devon and that it wasn't going to be easy, especially having to play without our captain.

All girls played incredibly well on what was a very hot day and managed to stay unbeaten against the 7 schools they faced.


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Year 10 are ND Schools Football Champions!

Wednesday the 26th of November was an important night for The Park School in the North Devon Schools Cup Final against local rivals, Pilton Community College. It was a cracking game that led to a 3-2 win for Park although we got off to a bad start with an own goal (not mentioning any names!). Jack Rice pulled it level with a stunning 25 yard free kick that slotted into the top right hand corner leaving the Pilton goalie flat footed.

Both sides scored shortly after that ,...

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