FROM area finals to county tournaments, it has been an eventful month for students at Wilmslow High School.

The under 13s girls football team reached the deciding game in the EFL Area Final played at Burton Albion Football Club in Staffordshire.

Wilmslow beat Coventry 2-0, Birmingham City 5-0 and Walsall 4-0 before drawing with Shrewsbury 0-0 to top their group, with player-of-the-tournament Amelie Long leading the way.

They met Stoke City, winners of group two with their team of academy players, in the day's final and were defeated 3-2 after a determined display.

Wilmslow's under 14s boys' football team bowed of the Cheshire Cup at the quarter-finals stage, defeated by Poynton.

Archie Kilroy scored Wilmslow's equalising goal with a 25-yard top-corner wonder strike, while Zach Harris was the player of the match.

Wilmslow actually dominated possession but struggled to break down a sturdy Poynton defence again.

With five minutes to go, a deflected shot saw the ball squirm into the corner of the Wilmslow net to see Poynton progress.

Eight girls represented Wilmslow in the county indoor hockey tournament staged in Chester.

They finished third after qualifying for the semi-finals second in their group.

Their first game against Kings was evenly balanced and late in the game Maggie Thompson slipped a beautiful cross into Sophie Taylor to score the only goal.

They lost to Alderley Edge School for Girls in their second game but bounced back with a 1-0 success against Falibroome thanks to a technically perfect goal from Elizabeth Vale.

In the last four Queens were their opponents and a goal from Thompson put them ahead.

Queens soon equalised and slotted another goal in but Vale levelled matters.

From a short corner Sophie Taylor thought she had scored in style but the goal was disallowed and the tie went to penalty flicks.

Beth Lomas scored an amazing penalty flick, but Queens won.