A Carshalton primary school representing Sutton United emerged victorious when it won a cup final on Wembley Stadium’s hallowed turf.

Barrow Hedges Primary School, in Harbury Road, which won the south of England finals of the National League Trust under-11s cup, defeated Chester FC 2-0 on the day (May 11).

It was Isla Addison's two goals on the afternoon which guided them to victory, in front of around 50 supporters from the school who made the trip to Wembley Stadium.

The girls’ team, representing the U’s, reached the final stage after winning against Dartford FC 1-0 at Eastleigh Football Club earlier on in the competition.

Kim Duffin, coach of Barrow Hedges’ girls’ football team, said: “Most of us are still speechless at the girls’ achievements. It is any football fan’s dream to lift a trophy at Wembley, and this win is fully deserved after an amazing season.”

“Seeing their faces this week has been a joy. They are so happy and have been parading the cup around school. They are still living the moment.

“I would like to give special thanks to Leah Ambridge, the UEFA B coach who has worked very closely with the girls in the run up to the competitions.”

Thanks have been paid to Leah and Kim, but also Vikki Benbow who was “instrumental” behind the scenes for Barrow Hedges' success.

But it's not over yet - Barrow Hedges are travelling to the Molineux Stadium, home of Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers, for another football competition.

Representing Crystal Palace FC, they will be in a group alongside Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League Primary Stars tournament on May 20.