U9 Football V St Chris’s – 1-4
The year 3 and 4 players (and a couple of year 5s) earnt themselves an afternoon at St. Christopher’s due to the progress they had made before half term. Mr. Capuano managed the team and saw them grow in confidence and strength as the match progressed. Despite the score line the team had a great time and for some of them it was their first ever competitive fixture in any sport. Well done to Morgan who grabbed a consolation goal from the penalty spot. St. Christopher’s have asked for another game, so we are hoping with the weeks we have left in games, we’ll be able to craft some more tricks to unleash on St. Chris’s next time!
U11 Football V St Chris’s 2-3
We made a strong start against St. Chris’s and we kept the ball, moved it wide and created lots of opportunities. We won the first third 2-1 with goals from Jonah and Henry, both crafted from wide positions. The third goal didn’t come until the final third when Oliver tidied up a lovely move from wide again, by being in exactly the right place at the right time. Unfortunately, the St. Chris’s attack took a leaf out of our own play book and attacked with width. Two lucky ricochets from St. Chris’s saw them equalise and steal a win. Well played all and a good warm up for Thursday.
U11 Netball V Kings 3-9
The girls demonstrated a remarkable improvement in their longer matches this week. With fantastic shooting in the first and second quarter from Ivy, Hannah and Hope the girls were able to go ahead. Noticeably Grace's interceptions outside of the defending circle meant that the ball moved through the mid court a lot more. With Ellearna's positive pep talk through the changeovers the girl’s stayed upbeat throughout. Ella managed to keep her cool during centre passes and hold the ball for the three seconds gaining advantage on the last minute change of movement. Unfortunately the girls couldn’t hold off a strong King’s attack.
U11 Football V Kings 6-2
From the first kick, Sherrardswood looked hungry and attacked relentlessly. An early lead was established and added to by Szymon, Eisa and Milun, who was unlucky not to have two more during his time on pitch as he kept appearing in the right place at the right time. Some excellent skill from their strongest player, created two goals for Kings, but they were very isolated chances. Sherrardswood extended their lead with strikes from Ollie and Henry, sealing a comfortable and dominant victory for Sherrardswood.Previous