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Soccer 7’s Inverurie

Soccer 7’s Inverurie

Soccer 7’s

Congratulations to the U13 boys and the U15 girls for an outstanding performance at the soccer 7’s. The U13 boys qualified for the next round of the competition in 3rd place at Inverurie. The U15 girls also qualified for the next round coming 1st overall and were the top goal scoring team with 9 goals. Scorers were, Demi 6, Becky 2, Holly 1. Congratulations to both teams and good luck in the next round which will be against North of Scotland teams. Date to be confirmed.

 

 

Alford S1-2 girls football

Alford S1-2 girls football

Alford Academy S1-2 girls had a brilliant day at the 7 a side tournament at Mintlaw Academy. The girls won all their games and drew against Lochside Academy, which led to a play off against Lochside to determine the winners taking the place at the next round. It was a very close game with Alford just losing out with a 1-0 score line. Well done to all Alford girls and coach Emily!

U13 Boys Football

U13 Boys Football

Well done to the U13 boys football team who travelled away to Peterhead on Thursday 26th September. The boys played exceptionally well in their first league match, winning 4-1 against Peterhead Academy. Well done boys!

Girls Football Success!

Girls Football Success!

A huge well done to 4 of our Alford Academy pupils who have been selected for the North of Scotland Girls football squad! The girls have worked extremely hard and shown dedication and commitment to get selected for the team. Congratulations to Darcie Miller, Demi Taylor, Becky Bremner and Rachel Bain!

Scottish Schools Cross-Country Championships

Scottish Schools Cross-Country Championships

Congratulations to Millie McClelland-Brooks who competed for Alford Academy at the Scottish Schools Cross-Country Championships at Hopetoun Estate, South Queensferry on Saturday 2nd March. Millie was 22nd overall out of over 120 competitors from schools all across Scotland. Millie has a 2nd year in this age group so was also competing against youngsters a year older! Well done Millie!

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