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Leamore, Schools, Sport

Leamore away to Wembley!

Jordan Hurst, Thomas Raybould and Tim Street of Leamore Primary School behind the England flag.

Pupils, parents and staff from Leamore Primary School enjoyed an evening at Wembley to watch the international football match between England and San Marino on 12 October.

The school was delighted when they learned they had been allocated 72 tickets by the Football Association for the game and set off from school in anticipation for what was for nearly all of the group, their first visit to the national stadium, looking forward to the crucial World Cup qualifier.

Before the game everyone was treated to pre match entertainment, had the chance to have their faces painted and enjoyed the pre match Wembley entertainment.

Everyone then joined in the national anthems before taking their seats for the game, which proved to be a great contest with England  scoring 5 goals including two from the new captain Wayne Rooney.

Everyone had a great night and agreed the Wembley experience was amazing. This was the first of, hopefully,  a lot of visits to sporting events for the children of Leamore this year.

Information and photo courtesy of Paul Mobberley, Leamore Primary School.
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