2024 National Schools Finals champions crowned

Berkhamsted (U14), Putney High (U16) and Hartpury College (U19) have been crowned 2024 National Schools Finals champions, in association with the British Army.

The weekend was a fitting finale of brilliant netball at Oundle School in Northamptonshire as the competition, which approximately 1,500 schools have taken part in over the course of the season, concluded.

For the first time, all the action was streamed and available to watch live on englandnetball.tv.

Along with crowning the National Schools champions for each age group, the newly named Pam Telford Endeavour Award was also awarded. Named after Pam Telford, who recently retired as the Lead Competition Referee for the National Schools Finals having been involved in the competition both nationally and in the South West for over 40 years, the award was presented to the individual or team in each age division who displays sportsmanship and respect throughout the tournament. Congratulations to Whitburn C of E Academy (U14), Hertfordshire & Essex High School (U16) and Durham Johnston Comprehensive School (U19).

The British Army, who are principal partners of the event, Physique Management, who are the Official Physiotherapy Partner of the event, Gilbert and DYNAMIK Sports Flooring all supported the weekend’s event and all teams in attendance.

A full list of all the results, as well as the final standings, from the U14, U16 and U19 competitions can be viewed here.

A huge thank you to all the players, coaches, support staff, umpires, officials, volunteers, partners, spectators and staff at Oundle School for a brilliant weekend of competition.

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