Supported by great weather, it was enjoyed by everyone involved, with 12 teams involved in two competitions for school Years 3 and 4, and Years 5 and 6.
There was a home win as Asfordby Captains Close took the Year 3 and 4 prize, while Stathern Primary School came out on top in the Year 5 and 6 division.
Brownlow, meanwhile, were the bridesmaids, finishing runners-up in both competitions, played in an excellent spirit.
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Other schools competing were Swallowdale, Gaddesby, Sherard Old Dalby and Harby.
Amateurs liason officer Jason Gamble said: “It gave some of the girls some experience of football who hadn’t had the opportunity to play before.
“It also helped us to put ourselves out there as a club, showing what we have on offer for girls’ football in the area.”