REPTON School claimed two more titles last week as the South Derbyshire school’s boys under-16 and under-18 teams won their respective Midlands titles to make it six championships for the term.
Last month, the girls’ teams laid down a marker by claiming the Under-14s National title, adding to the success for the under-18s and under-16s in the Indoor Championships.
The boys got things off to a great start as the under-11s team claimed their first ever national title, before the under-14s, under-16s and under-18s took to the stage.
The under-14s beat Adams Grammar 3-1, drew 1-1 with Bromsgrove and beat Oakham 2-1 to qualify for the semi-final, where they beat Trent 3-1.
In the final however, they could not overcome one last hurdle, falling to a 2-1 defeat to Bromsgrove, meaning they must face a play-off later this term to qualify for the national finals
The under-16s had no such problems though, blazing to victory without conceding a single goal.
They beat Worksop 4-0, Trent 3-0 and Rugby 3-0 in the group stage, before a 3-0 win over Oakham in the semis.
That was capped by a 2-0 victory over KES Birmingham in the final to ensure qualification for the national finals.
The under-18s also got through their group stage without picking the ball out of their net, drawing 0-0 with Denstone and then beating Rugby and Worksop 1-0 and 2-0 respectively.
They did concede in the semi-final however, but still beat Bromsgrove 2-1, before the same scoreline saw off Trent College in the final, as they too qualified for the national finals.