Boccia England

Lord's Taverners Schools' Boccia Finals 2017

The Lord's Taverners Schools' Boccia Finals 2017 will take place on Wednesday 3rd May at English Institute of Sport -Sheffield

The schools finals bring together winners from 11 regional competitions that take place across England.

The following schools have qualified for the finals:

Pan disability:

  • Pendle Vale (North West)

  • George Stephenson High School (North East)

  • Joseph Rowntree (Yorkshire)

  • St Georges Academy (East Midlands)

  • Baskerville School (West Midlands)

  • Pakefield High School (East Anglia north)

  • Gretton School (East Anglia south 1)

  • Brent School(London)

  • Durrington High School (South East)

  • Arbour Vale (Central)

  • Truro College (South West)

  • Beacon Hill Academy (East Anglia south 2)

Physical disability:

  • Hebden Green (North West)

  • Durham Trinity School (North East)

  • St Marys College (Yorkshire)

  • Kesteven Girls Grammar School (East Midlands)

  • Beacon School (West Midlands)

  • Ormiston Denes Academy (East Anglia north)

  • Beacon Hill Academy (East Anglia south)

  • Cleeve Park (London)

  • Angmering School (South East 1)

  • Arbour Vale (Central)

  • Woodlands School (South West)

  • Angmering School (South East 2)

The above teams will compete for the title of Pan and Physical Disability Schools Champions 2017.

The Lord's Taverners Schools' programme also trains up hundreds of young officials throughout the season. Boccia England select ten youngsters who are invited to the finals to be trained as Level 1 Officials. They then have the opportunity to put their skills into practice at the competition, supported by our experienced officials.

All schools have been contacted by Boccia England, if you have any queries please contact Rachael Crack-

The competition is free to spectators so please feel free to join us for this fantastic day of boccia!