No less than 290 pupils from primary schools across the South Lincolnshire area came together for a cracking day of football at Sir John Gleed School.
Fifteen teams from larger schools had a massive competition, while 14 teams from smaller schools had their own tournament.
The competition was yet another School Games event organised to increase competition and participation as part of the London 2012 legacy.
School games organiser Rupert Gibson was delighted with the turn out, level of competition and the standard of sportsmanship.
Gibson said: “Our thanks go to Sir John Gleed School and Spalding High School for their support and assistance.
“The sports leaders from Sir John Gleed School also did a fantastic job refereeing the matches.”
Moulton John Harrox were the eventual winners of the large school competition, with Spalding St Johns B second and Bourne Westfield A managing third.
The small school honours went the way of Baston, just ahead of Fleet Wood Lane in second and Ayscoughfee Hall in third.
• Results: Large schools – 1st Moulton John Harrox; 2nd Spalding St John’s B; 3rd Bourne Westfield A; 4th Bourne Abbey A; 5th Linchfield A; 6th Monkshouse Lane; 7th Linchfield B; 8th Spalding St John’s A; 9th Long Sutton B; 10th Bourne Westfield B; 11th Long Sutton A; 12th Bourne Abbey B; 13th Pinchbeck East A; 14th William Stukeley; 15th Pinchbeck East.
• Small schools – 1st Baston; 2nd Fleet Wood Lane; 3rd Ayscoughfee Hall; 4th Thurlby A; 5th William Hildyard; 6th Tydd St Mary A; 7th St Norberts; 8th Thurlby B; 9th Tydd St Mary B; 10th Holbeach Bank; 11th St Bartholomews A; 12th St Bartholomews B; 13thHolbeach St Marks; 14th Gedney Drove End.