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Boys Football

20.10.2021 v Harlyn AWAY 

B team won 2-1

C team lost 3-1

read the match report here




GIRLs Football

Our girls football team train on a Thursday after school with Mr O'Connell.

03.11.2021 v Newnham

A team drew 2-2

B team won 3-2

read the match reports here

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London Borough of hillingdon tournament

On a very wet Wednesday afternoon our girl's football team participated in the borough football tournament.

This was held on the astro-turf pitches at Uxbridge leisure centre.  The tournament was based on a World Cup format - a group stage followed by knock-out rounds. In our group we had to play against Dr Triplett's school, St Bernadette's school, Heathrow school and St Helen's College.  All four of these schools had very talented girls, with plenty of speed, desire and football skills. 

Our girls didn't shy away from this challenge and instead rose together as a team. In each of their four matches our team worked incredibly hard, running for each other and following the guidance of their inspirational manager - Mr O'Connell. All this together resulted in our team not losing any of their matches! We also didn't concede any goals either, with strong and brave defending. We were the only school in our group not to concede any goals! However, with other schools in the group winning and gaining more points than us, we finished third in our group. 

All the girls enjoyed the experience and look forward to their next footballing encounters.

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London Borough of Hillingdon Cross Country competition

On Thursday 10th March the local junior and primary schools were invited to attend the annual cross country competition, held at the back of Ruislip Rugby club. The weather was warm and the skies blue, however, the running surface was still soggy and muddy in places from all the winter rain. A lot of our runners were sensible and wore football boots for added grip and traction. These little tactics and all the training and hard work would eventually assist in our performance.

The girls 2km run was first, consisting of two laps of Herlwyn Fields. With plenty of vocal support from parents, our girl's team ran magnificently! Several of our runners finished in the top twenty. A special mention to Bella.C  who finished in 4th position, and Anni.S, who finished in 18th but only wearing one shoe! (Running a large part of the race wearing only one shoe and carrying it after it fell off.)

The boys race was to follow the girls and over the same course and distance. A great team effort was displayed, with several of our boys running together in packs, encouraging and supporting each other as they ran. Seb was our star male runner who finished in an impressive 7th place. 

There were two trophies up for grabs; the overall girls team and overall boys team. The first six runners of each school to finish score points for their school team. Our boy's team narrowly missed out on a medals position. However, our girl's points total lead us to first place, beating all the other local junior and primary schools who entered. A huge congratulations to all who take part and especially for participating in all the training sessions before hand - preparation and hard work was clearly the winner!

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