56 girls were in attendance for the rearranged EFL Girls Cup event in December, from five different secondary schools across Doncaster.
The original tournament took place at the end of November, with over 150 girls attending, but due to the torrential rain during the group stages, the tournament was postponed.
Teams were invited back for the rearranged tournament, based on the initial group stage results from the original date, with the top two teams from each league progressing.
Secondary schools were playing for the chance to progress and represent Doncaster Rovers in the area final, due to take place in January.
After a competitive group stage, Hall Cross Academy, The Hayfield School, The McAuley Catholic High School and Rossington All Saints Academy made it through to the semi finals.
McAuley and Hall Cross progressed to the final, with the end result being 4-2 to McAuley in a thrilling finale.
Speaking of their competition performance and winning the tournament, the McAuley team captain stated, "The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.”
Nicola Moran, Sports Development Officer, who organised the tournament said, “We were so pleased to see so many schools turn out in freezing temperatures, especially after having to abandon the last tournament.
“There was some fantastic football played and some future stars representing Doncaster schools today.
“We look forward to seeing the winners, McAuley School, progress through to the next stages of the competition.”