Year 5/6 Girls football match

Our year 5/6 girls played their first league match yesterday afternoon against St Mary’s primary school, for most of the girls it was the first time they have represented the school in a competitive game and we couldn’t be more proud of them they worked really hard and run their socks off with a smile on their face, it was a game of two halves, in the first half St Mary’s came out strong and confident scoring 5 goals in quick succession early in the game, in the second half confidence really grew and we showed a real desire to get back in the game, a much better defensive display and two goals from mai Mackenzie saw us win the second half 2-1 which was a real positive to take from the game, final score St Mary’s 6 SAF 2. We are looking forward to our next fixture against Newdale primary next week. Well done to all who played⚽️

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Year 5/6 Football competition

Well done to our year 5/6 football team who finished top of their qualifying group and now progress to the quarter finals of the shield. We managed to win all 3 matches against good opposition beating St Patrick’s 1-0, 3-1 against Crudgington and 4-0 against Milbrook. A great team effort⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️

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Year 5/6 Girls Football Competition

A fantastic effort from our year 5 and 6 girls football team, who competed in the TWSSP girls football competition at Telford College. We came up against some tough opposition in the group stage but managed to finish runners up allowing the girls to progress to the knock out stage of the competition. The girls played against Lawley, Newport, Donnington Wood and Wrockwardine Wood. In the final group game against Wrockwardine Wood we were victorious winning the game 3-0 with some great finishes showing great composure in the final third.

In the quarter finals, against a very strong Grange Park team, the team really impressed onlookers with the way they played; they were really well organised with good shape demonstrating quality football skills. Unfortunately, Grange Park went on to win the game 4-0, but the girls held their heads high and were very proud of their achievement in the competition. Considering this was the first time the girls had played together as a team, we had so much fun and really enjoyed the day.

WELL DONE GIRLS!

(Mr Stevens)

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