97 children from 9 schools attended the Merseyside Schools Pan Boccia Tournament on the 5th November at Greenbank Sports Academy. The standard of play has improved once again this year, with some excellent games throughout the day.

The quarter finals saw Clare Mount’s B team progress through to the semi finals after a 5-1 win over Sandfield Park A, alongside Lansbury bridge C who gained their spot in the semis after a narrowly beating Crosby High B 3-2. Woodchurch high and Knowlsey Central D also claimed their Semi Final spot with wins against Clare Mount A and Alt Bridge A. However it was a 9-1 Win for Clare Mount B over Lansbury Bridge C that saw them take the first spot in the final, followed by Knowsley Central D who remained unbeaten in the competition paving their way to the final and take the gold finishing with a 6-2 win over Clare Mount.

Congratulations to all the players who took part in the competition!

1st Knowsley Central D
2nd Clare Mount B
3rd Lansbury Bridge C
4th Woodchurch High

Knowsley Central D,  Knowsley Central A, Woodchurch High, Clare Mount B and Lansbury Bridge C  teams will be invited to represent the Merseyside area in the Lord Taverners Regional Pan Disability competition taking place on Thursday 7th February 2019 at Greenbank Sports Academy

A big thank you to all volunteers from the Greenbank Giants, Greenbank Sports Academy plus individuals who did an excellent job in helping the tournament to run as smoothly as possible. Thank you too to Lord Taverners/ Boccia England and Panathlon Challenge for providing resources to support the event.