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King's Footballers Victorious in ISFA Match

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Two King’s College pupils recently played for the England Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) Girls’ Under 18 XI, where they beat their Scottish counterparts.

Beth Barzotelli and Lannece Hole made the trip to Edinburgh where they played a part in the team’s 4-0 victory, in what was the last match of the 2018-19 season for the England Under 18s.

Beth joined King’s in Third Form in 2014, while Lannece joined three years ago. In addition to girls’ football, both have pursued other sporting interests during their time at school.

Lannece has also played football in the Under 16 and Under 18 King’s boys’ teams, something she has enjoyed and which has improved her own game.

For the last two seasons, Lannece has also been playing football for Exeter City Ladies and when she completes her education at King’s, she is hoping to go to university in America.

Beth’s main sport is hockey and while she no longer plays football outside of school, she too is planning to got to university in the USA.


Published on: Thursday, January 1, 1970

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