King’s Ely 1st XI football squad win Mercian League for second year running

King's Ely | 5 Apr 2018 | ISC Icon HMC Icon
King’s Ely’s 1st XI football team have been crowned Mercian League Champions for the second year running.
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The squad sealed the Mercian Under 18 Football League title on March 17th with a 4-2 win against Wellingborough School, who were also in with a chance of winning the league. King’s Ely’s goal scorers were Arthur Plews, who scored a hat-trick and Daniel Harradine, who scored the fourth goal.

King’s Ely remained unbeaten in the league, winning five of their matches against Oundle, Wellingborough, Stowe, Oakham and Bedford. The sixth match was a 2-2 draw against Loughborough. In total, King’s Ely players scored 16 goals and conceded only 4 goals from the six matches.

Head of Physical Education at King’s Ely Senior, Kevin Daniel, is understandably proud of the team. He commented: “Everyone is thrilled for the 1st XI team as their league win is thoroughly deserved. Success was due to our well organised defensive play with a quick press, which stifled the opposition. Captain Harry Webster was an inspirational leader and quick-fire striker Arthur Plews scoring nine of the sixteen league goals.”



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King's Ely is a co-educational Day and Boarding school for children aged 1 to 18.

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