For the first time in history a girl’s football team from Oldham have booked their place in the national final of an English Schools competition.
Crompton House’s Year 8’s have put together an incredible run of form which has seen them win eight games in a row, only conceding once in the process, to progress through the rounds and secure their place in the final.
Having only been going a few years, the success marks the first girls’ team in Oldham to make it through to the final of a national competition.
Crompton House 7 – 1 St Matthews (Manchester)
Wright Robinson (Manchester) 0-3 Crompton House
Ryburn Valley (Calderdale) 0 -1 Crompton House
Faillibroome Academy (Macclesfield) 0 – 1 Crompton House
Crompton House 1 – 0 Archbishop Temple
St Marys Catholic College (Hull) 0 – 0 Crompton House (won 3-0 on pens)
Crompton House 3 – 0 Aylseford High School (Warwickshire)
Crompton House 2 – 0 All Saints Catholic School
A total of 404 teams entered the competition with Crompton House becoming one of only two teams who have ever made the final from Greater Manchester.