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Sports Results - Week 6

Friday, 10 February 2017

Prep Netball

U11A v Barnadiston
Barnadiston began as extremely strong opponents and they were quick to take the lead. St Joseph’s took time to settle into their play.

Emma Logan and Laura Eden worked well in defence- gaining possession of the ball which resulted in St Jo’s scoring their first goal. In the second half St Jo’s came back out confidently and worked hard to get free from their marker. Both Olivia James and Caitlyn Wright took their chances at scoring, bringing the score back to a 4-3 loss.

Player of the match - Katie Roberts for outstanding centre play

v Moreton Hall: In the second game St Joseph’s began strongly with great play from Georgia Campbell-Dunne and Elizabeth Grylls who linked their play well in the centre court with Katie Roberts. At half time St Jo’s were a goal ahead. In the second half the centre passes were accurate which ensured the attacking play flowed into the circle where the girls had numerous chances. In particular Caitlyn’s amazing one-footed shots! Final score 4-2 win.

POM Caitlyn wright

U11 Netball - B team

v Barnadiston

Difficult conditions on a sandy pitch made movement and ball handling difficult. Centre court play was quick through Catherine Gillard, Grace Bestley and Hannah McNicholas who made several passes in the circle. Freya Ollason made good defensive decisions but Barnadiston had a very good shooter and the half time the score was 2-0.

St Joseph’s rallied in the second half as Jenny Gilmour came onto the pitch to play at goal keeper and the final score was 3-2.

POM Catherine Gillard

v Moreton Hall

This game was full of positive play and lots of scoring chances, unfortunately neither team could score in the first half. With all still to play for, the second half play was swift. Especially through the centre where Catherine, Xanthe and Grace were keen and ready to make scoring chances. Louisa Keely and Freya Ollason played very well as a shooting team and Louisa scored to win the match for us. Final score 1-0 win.

POM Freya Ollason for playing at GD and GS

Prep Football

U9A were at home to Moreton Hall, and lost 10-7.

The U10 football team travelled to Moreton Hall on Wednesday where they were to test their skills against three older teams. In the first of three matches they played against St Felix U11 and had a very credible 1-0 loss against a team a year older.

In the next game them went one better and beat Moreton Hall U11 by 1-0. In the final game the team managed a resounding 4-0 win over an U11 team from Brookes School, Cambridge. Well done to all of the players who performed really well against older opposition.

Final 15-a-side Rugby of the Season

Results v Campion School, Hornchurch

U12A (A) Lost 35-10
U13 (H) Lost 10-55
U14 (H) Won 58-10
U15 (H) Drew 22-22
2nd XV (A) Lost 7-5
1st XV (A) Won 14-24

Senior Netball

U13 Netball v Westbourne, won 11-7: We played confidently and created several scoring chances. Players of the match were Eloise Ward and Helena Chan.

U16 Boys’ Hockey v Debenham, lost 5-1: We started well, but had to defend against a strong team. Charles Wareham scored a fantastic goal and Harry Lloyd was player of the match for making several crucial saves.

U15 Netball v Ipswich School, lost 18-35: The girls fought well and tried really hard throughout the game.

U12B Netball v St Alban’s, lost 3-12: The girls fought well against the opposition with brilliant interceptions and well-linked play. Their confidence grew throughout each quarter, resulting in a hat-trick from Katie Rolph. Players of the match were Katie Rolph and Scarlett Deasy.