Town To Be Represented In Kinder+Sport Futsal Cup Finals
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These qualifications, alongside their BTEC, mean that students can go on to apply for university in the country.
While studying the course, Shrewsbury Town in the Community put their students through their coaching qualifications, meaning they become more employable at the end of their college studies.
While studying a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sports, the students train for six hours per week with highly-qualified coaches and get to represent Shrewsbury Town on Wednesdays.
Shrewsbury Town in the Community run their own education programme in association with Shrewsbury College, where students leaving school can sign-up to be part of the programme. What is @shrewseducation?
"I was delighted with the attitude and application of the students.
"Their hard work both academically and practically has earned deserved success.
"We are looking forward to the next challenge in the competition after advancing through the group stage undefeated.
"A massive well done to all involved." Shrewsbury Town in the Community's futsal development officer, Adam Henshall, said:
: Leon Reece (GK); Tommy Davies, Sam Parry, Liam Robinson, Daniel Nutter, Kallum Gall, Elliot Lee, Harry Morris. SHREWSBURY TOWN SQUAD
The final game saw Harry Morris and Robinson on target in a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough.
Shrewsbury then beat Leicester City 4-2 in game three with goals from Robinson, Nutter, Elliot Lee and Parry.
Town scored four times in the second game with two goals each for Robinson and Parry - but were held to a 4-4 draw with Newport County.
The Shrews began their group fixture schedule with a 4-3 win over Mansfield Town - Liam Robinson, Daniel Nutter and Sam Parry (2) grabbed the goals.
Town's futsal team ran out as winners of group A on day 1 of the Kinder + Sport Challenge Cup at Derby Velodrome on Thursday afternoon.
Shrewsbury Town will be represented at the Finals Day of the Football League Trust Kinder+Sport Futsal Challenge Cup.