For most children, scoring a goal at Wembley is a distant dream but for Georgina Heasman it became reality on Sunday as the Overton Grange School captain netted her side the winner in this year's U13's Girl's Cup Final.

Organised by The Football League Trust and club Community Departments, the competition is a six-a-side national battle seeing more than 900 schools and over 7,000 players taking part.

And in a true captain's performance, Georgina's calm finish on the brand new turf at Wembley, just two hours before Carlisle United and Southampton met in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final, was enough to edge the Surrey school past Beaumont Leys School.

"That felt amazing," she said, still clutching the enormous winners trophy. "I can't explain my feelings because it is so good. I am speechless.

"We are a good team altogether, it isn't down to individuals - we have a good connection. There is my trademark striker finish - it will always be in my mind that I scored a goal at Wembley Stadium. It is overwhelming."

Having progressed through the area and regional finals, Overton Grange were at Wembley representing Crystal Palace whilst their opponents were representing Leicester City.

And fittingly it was Beth Overton that provided the through ball for Georgina to latch onto and slip past the Beaumont keeper in the final moments of the first, seven minute half.

"It was a fantastic goal," added Overton PE teacher, Paddy Bowles. "We worked it really well - I am over the moon.

"They went and saw all their parents who were so happy and are all celebrating - it should be a great atmosphere around school for the next couple of weeks.

"We will present the trophy to them in the school assembly this week so everyone can see how well they did. I don't know what to say, I am over the moon, the girls have worked so hard and to have them as national champions is fantastic.

"We knew we had a solid team but you never know how good you are compared to other teams, we were quietly confident that we had a good spine to the team, everyone chipped in today and shone out."

And there was double celebration for birthday girl and Overton midfielder Lois Mortimer as well as Hannah Riley who also celebrated her birthday this week.

But, despite the heartbreak for the Beaumont girls, their teacher, Evette Beardsmore insists it is an experience they will never forget.

"I am so disappointed and so are the girls," she admitted. "We had a lot of the ball but couldn't get the final touch in - it didn't go right for them but that is football.

"But not many people have played at Wembley or will have the chance to so I am very proud of them and hopefully we will be back next year and will win it and take the trophy home."