The Lord’s Taverners National Boccia Finals take place at Hertfordshire Sports Village this Friday (20 April) where schools from across the country will be competing for the national boccia title in the Physical Disability Finals and the Pan Disability Finals.

Angmering School are back in the Physical Disability Finals looking to defend their 2017 national championship but there will be a new winner in the Pan Disability competition for 2018.

Nearly 3,000 participants have competed in 50 county and regional competitions over the course of the last few months to get to the final stages, where the following teams will be competing for their respective national titles:

Physical Disability

- Broadgreen International School (North West)
- Percy Hedley (North East)
- St Georges Academy (East Midlands)
- Wilson Stuart (West Midlands)
- Thomas Wolsey (East Anglia North)
- Beacon hill (East Anglia South)
- Cleeve Park (London)
- Angmering (South East)
- Arbour Vale (Central)
- Woodlands School (South West)
- Long Dean (East Anglia South 2)

Pan Disability

- Nelson Thomlinson (North West)
- Durham Trinity (North East)
- Outwood Academy Danum (Yorkshire)
- St Georges Academy (East Midlands)
- Chasetown Community School (West Midlands)
- Broadlands Hall (East Anglia North)
- Sele School (East Anglia South Hertfordshire)
- West Lea School Enfield (LYG East)
- Orchard School (South East)
- Arbour Vale (Central)
- Kings 1 (South West)
- Orleans Park School (LYG West)

‘’The finals are the pinnacle of the U19s boccia competition programme. The programme provides a quality opportunity for young aspiring boccia players and we are very much looking forward to seeing who will be crowned champions!’’ Rachael Crack, Boccia England

For regular updates from finals day please follow @BocciaEngland and @lordstaverners.