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School gets Carrow Road experience

PUBLISHED: 12:18 23 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:44 03 July 2010

The Peterhouse team at Carrow Road.

The Peterhouse team at Carrow Road.

Peterhouse Primary, Gorleston, enjoyed an U11, six-a-side football game with a difference on Easter Monday when they were up against Necton Primary School.

Peterhouse Primary, Gorleston, enjoyed an U11, six-a-side football game with a difference on Easter Monday when they were up against Necton Primary School. However, this game was played at Carrow Road, before Norwich City's game against Watford. Peterhouse Primary pulled off a 3-1 victory in a highly entertaining encounter with goals from Sam Wiate, Nathan Messenger and Nikita Dougal. Player-of-the-match went to Conner Ginley who held firm in defence throughout the match. After the game the children were able to enjoy an equally thrilling match between Norwich City and Watford, which the Canaries won 2-0.

Pictured is the Peterhouse team with Jonney Kutts, team coach, centre.


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