Rackham win Ely/Witchford schools football competition for second year in row with 2-0 play-off win over Ely St John’s

PUBLISHED: 14:29 17 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:29 17 July 2015

Year 5/6 boys at Rackham CE Primary School, Witchford, have won the Ely/Witchford District Football Competition, (front l-r) Keane, Jake, Lewis, (back l-r) Ryan, Sam, George, Bentley, Rian, with Team Manager Sid Wales,

Year 5/6 boys at Rackham CE Primary School, Witchford, have won the Ely/Witchford District Football Competition, (front l-r) Keane, Jake, Lewis, (back l-r) Ryan, Sam, George, Bentley, Rian, with Team Manager Sid Wales,

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Rackham Primary School triumphed in the Ely/Witchford district football competition for the second year in a row.

Year 5/6 boys at Rackham CE Primary School, Witchford, have won the Ely/Witchford District Football Competition, (front l-r) Keane, Jake, Lewis, (back l-r) Ryan, Sam, George, Bentley, Rian,  with Team Manager Sid Wales,Year 5/6 boys at Rackham CE Primary School, Witchford, have won the Ely/Witchford District Football Competition, (front l-r) Keane, Jake, Lewis, (back l-r) Ryan, Sam, George, Bentley, Rian, with Team Manager Sid Wales,

The Witchford school won the play-off final 2-0 against Ely St John’s School, who were unbeaten in their previous eight games.

Rackham took the lead on the stroke of half-time when Ryan Sylvain slotted home.

Victory was sealed in the second half through captain Jake Sulman.

Team manager Sid Wales said: “It was a tremendous team effort from all the boys. They saved their best game of the season for the final.”

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