Trophy treble for Cavendish School football teams

The Cavendish School football teams have had a year to remember, winning three of the six District Cup titles on offer.
The Cavendish School football teams have had a year to remember, winning three of the six District Cup titles on offer.

The Cavendish School football teams have had a year to remember – winning three of the six District Cup titles on offer.

Cavendish bagged the Year 10, Year 11 and first XI trophies in an impressive silverware haul.

The Year 11s picked up Cavendish’s first trophy of the season by beating Adeyfield School 5-1 in the final.

Man of the match George Biggadike scored a superb hat-trick, with Oscar Holden and Bradley Coston also on target.

The Year 8s were next up in their respective final but could not manage to retain the trophy they won in 2012 as they were beaten 4-1 by Tring School.

Next it was the turn of the Year 10s, who claimed the trophy with a 1-0 victory over Kings Langley School courtesy of a Jack Stevens goal in extra-time.

And it was fitting that the last game of the school’s football season was saved for the senior students.

The first XI final saw Cavendish take on Kings Langley School, and it was Cavendish who romped to a 6-2 win.

Cavendish started the game brilliantly and were quickly out of the blocks, scoring three goals in quick succession.

The second half became scrappy as both teams traded goals, before an excellent hat-trick from Kai Lewis sealed the victory.

The highlight of the season came during the final, when a direct shot from kick-off by George Biggadike lobbed the keeper, hit the bar and dropped into the net.