LIVERPOOL gained some form of revenge against Crystal Palace by beating them in a schools competition at Manchester City's stadium a fortnight ago. The Eagles were represented by pupils from two Croydon schools at the Etihad Stadium in a competition run by the Premier League a fortnight ago. Teams from Woodcote Primary School, in Coulsdon, and Coloma Convent, in Shirley, were selected to represent Palace at the Premier League Schools Tournament on May 20. Woodcote's team reached the final of the 19-team competition but there was to be no repeat of the 3-3 thriller which cost Liverpool the title last month as The Reds' representatives, Plantation Primary School, ran out victors Woodcote's Nathan Young-Combes scored eight goals in seven games in the under-11 mixed tournament. Coloma's team went out in the group stages after a loss to a an outfit representing Arsenal in the under-13 girls category. The schools were selected after competing against teams from Croydon, Sutton and Bromley.
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