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The Bucks County Finals of the Danone Cup were held last Saturday (16th November) at Haddenham Community Junior School.

Six teams had qualified from their respective areas across the Bucks region and descended on Haddenham Junior School to see who would qualify for the South East of England finals in Greenwich in March.

The eventual winners were the hosts Haddenham Community Junior School who had previously won the Aylesbury Vale area competition three weeks ago.

It was very tense as the team won the final match on penalties after a nail-biting 0-0 final.

This is the second time in recent years that the Haddenham school have qualified to this level having previously come fourth nationally when the finals were held at Aston Villa FC's training ground.

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