It was game on as over 130 girls played on a school football pitch at once in the biggest football session ever.

The nationwide Let Girls Play event organised by Football England, aimed to get as many girls as possible in school all playing football on the same day - at lunchtime, in a lesson or after school.

The event was timed to coincide with International Women's Day (Friday March 8).

Let Girls Play is a campaign run by the FA for girls to have the same football opportunities as boys in schools and clubs. 

All girls in Years 7 - 9 at Didcot's Aureus School tried out Lionesses Alessia Russo’s back-heel and Ella Toone’s lob as well as running through a carousel of activities led by the school's Sports Leaders.

A special shout out went to the Pink team for showing 'great enthusiasm and teamwork'.

The school on the Great Western Park estate is the only co-educational comprehensive school in Didcot.