Youngsters from a number of local schools turned out at Deepdale on Saturday for the Dick Clegg Preston Schools’ Finals.
The event is a proud Preston tradition dating back to the the 1900s which North End are proud to play host to every year at Deepdale.
Players of years gone by have gone on to play professionally after representing their schools in the finals with both boys and girls tournaments from U11 to U16 year groups hosted.
A total of 246 children enjoyed the opportunity of playing on the pitch at Deepdale across ten games which were ran throughout the day.
The day was organised impecabbly thanks to the organisation and efforts of school teachers and volunteers as children from across the city were able to take away with them the memory of playing on the hallowed turf.
The full results from the day can be found here:
Melissa Smith Shield - U12Gs: Archbishop Temple 2-4 Broughton High School
Dick Kerr, Ladies Cup – U11Gs: Sherwood Primary School 4-0 Broughton Primary School
Dixon Cup – U14Gs: Archbishop Temple 2-8 Broughton High
Guild Cup – U16Gs: Archbishop Temple 2-3 Ashton High
Mick Baxter Cup – U12s – Our Lady’s 6-3 Longridge High
Harold Slater Shield – U11s Longsands Primary 1-5 Fulwood and Cadley
Jack May Cup – U13s: Broughton High 0-2 Ashton High
William Dawson Cup – U14s: Our Ladys 4-3 Fulwood
Ord/Hargreaves Cup – U15s: Our Ladys 3 - 0 Broughton High
Lucas Shield – U16s: Broughton High 1-1 Ashton High (Ashton won on penalties)