BOHUNT School’s Under 13 girls football team are edging ever close to a Wembley appearance.

The girls are in the midst of a fantastic season and are just one round away from reaching the EFL Championship finals to be held at the prestigious London venue.

The Arborfield school’s team enjoyed stunning success in the recent Berkshire qualifier where they won 10 games back-to-back, scoring an incredible 48 goals and conceding just two.

The girls followed that up by breezing through the next regional competition where they overcame five rivals teams and remained undefeated during the day.

Bohunt now face Crawley, Colchester, and Bristol FC for the divisional title, the winner of which will go on to face the Northern Champions at Wembley Stadium.

And the girl have also reached the semi finals of the National Cup where further success could lie ahead.

Bohunt headteacher Ben Godber, said: “The Under 13 girls football team has done fantastically well.

“The whole school community is behind them as they continue their brilliant runs in both competitions.

“Providing students with access to opportunities both inside and outside the classroom is central to our ethos.

“The girls’ success signifies the ambition and standards we have set for ourselves as a new school at the beginning of our journey.”

In Janaury, the students were crowned East Berkshire Schools FA champions after going undefeated and scoring 27 goals.

The team was also named RSFA Champions, while competing at the U14 level, where they remain unbeaten.

The team has racked up an impressive 46 wins this season, with a combined 185 goals.