Manchester City 6 aside Finals 2018
The Year 4/5 girls football team qualified for the Manchester City Finals and headed down to the Etihad Sports Complex on Wednesday morning to compete. They battled hard and showed great co-operation and resilience, finishing 4th in their group and in 4th position overall. Well done to all players!
GIRLS FOOTBALL LEAGUE PARRS WOOD HIGH SCHOOL
The Year 3/4 team and the Year 5/6 team went down to Parrs Wood on Monday evening to compete in the Girls Football League.
It was the first competition for many of the Year 3 children and they cooperated well as a team and showed great resilience when competing. Unfortunately, only 1 other school turned up, but we managed to play several games:-
St Mary's 0 Vs 0 Acacias
St Mary's 0 Vs 1 Acacias
St Mary's 1 Vs 0 Acacias
The Year 5/6 team battled hard and managed to win 2, draw 1 and lose 1.
St Mary's 3 Vs 2 St Ambrose
St Mary's 3 Vs 0 Green End
St Mary's 0 Vs 3 St Catherine's
St Mary's 0 Vs 0 Acacias
The girls are very excited about the next competition in 2 weeks time!
The Year 3/4 team did very well on Monday. This time 2 schools turned up to compete. The girls showed great resilience and cooperation and managed to win 2 games and draw 1 - well done!
St Mary's 2 V 1 Acacias
St Mary's 1 V 1 Acacias
St Mary's 3 V 1 St Margaret's
The Year 5/6 team played very well winning 3 out of 4 games.
The next competition is in 3 weeks time.
The Girls Football team went to Parrs Wood on Monday to compete in the 3rd league competition.
Y3/4 – The girls played 3 matches against Acacias, losing 3-2, 4-1 and drawing their final game 0-0. Goal scorers were Kodi (2) and Savannah (1).
Y5/6 – The girls also played 3 matches, beating St Margarets and Acacias 2-0, but unfortunately losing 1-0 to St Catherines. Goal scorers were Niamh (2), Jaya (1) and Clodagh (1).
Well done to all girls who showed great resilience and cooperation.
The Year 5/6 Girls Football team competed in the final league competition at Parrs Wood this evening. They battled hard against tough competition, managing to draw 3 games and unfortunately lose 3. Goals scorers were Niamh & Edwina. Well done to all who played!
LEVENSHULME HIGH TOURNAMENT
The Year 5/6 team headed over to LEVENSHULME High on Friday afternoon to compete in a mini tournament. There were 3 other schools competing and we played each team twice.
After a slow start the girls found the net and won all 3 of their second round of matches, putting them into the 1st & 2nd place play off.
They battled hard, showing great determination & resilience, but throughout the exciting final, neither team could find the net. It came down to a penalty shootout to decide the winner and after going into sudden death, we unfortunately lost 3-2 on penalties.
The girls never gave up and showed great team work and cooperation, doing themselves and St Mary's proud. Well done to all players!
St Mary's V Stanley Grove. Lost 2-1 (GS Lana) Won 1-0 (GS Niamh)
St Mary's V Green End. Drew 0-0. Won 3-0 (GS Clodagh)
St Mary's V Acacias. Lost 3-0 Won 1-0 (GS Niamh)
St Mary's V Acacias FINAL 0-0 Lost 3-2 on penalties (GS Niamh & Shenna)
Player of the tournament - Niamh
St Mary's. 2nd
Stanley Grove. 3rd
Green End 4th
YEAR 4/5 GIRLS FOOTBALL ETIHAD
The girls battled hard in the frosty conditions to beat Mount Carmel 1-0 and Abbott 2-0 (Goal Scorer Shenna). They unfortunately lost their first match 3-0 against Christ the King. All girls stayed resilient and cooperated well as a team to finish 2nd in the league on the day - well done!
The Year 4/5 team competed in Week 1 of the ETIHAD league.
All of the girls battled hard, winning 2, drawing 1 and losing 1 game. Well done!
They are looking forward to competing in the next competition next half term.
CITY WIDE FINALS 2017
The Year 5 / 6 Girls Football Team went to Whalley Range High School on Thursday 15th June to compete in the City Wide Finals. They won 1, drew 1 and lost 2 in the group matches putting them into the 7th / 8th Play Off match. Unfortunately they lost this game putting them in 8th position out of 135 Primary Schools in Manchester. Very well done to everyone who played. All girls showed great determination and resilience, giving their best in all games, well done!
Ashbury Meadow 0 - 1 St Mary's (Goal scorer Amy)
Christ the King 3 - 0 St Mary's
Beaver Road 1 - 0 St Mary's
Green End 0 - 0 St Mary's
7th / 8th Play Off
New Moston 2 - 1 St Mary's (Goal scorer Niamh)
PARRSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE 2017
The Year 5 / 6 Girls Football Team finished in the top 2 in their league to qualify for the City Wide Finals after half term!
Well done to all who played and good luck in the final!
BURNAGE HIGH SCHOOL (Spring 2017)
The year 5 & 6 girls are currently competing in a weekly 6 aside league at Burnage High School.
WEEK 1 St Marys 1 Vs 2 Green End (Goal scorer Elizabeth)
St Marys 3 Vs 0 Beaver Road
WEEK 2 St Marys Vs Ladybarn won
St Marys Vs St Bernard's won
WEEK 3 St Marys Vs Birchfields won
PARRSWOOD Autumn 2016 / Spring 2017
The Year 3 / 4 team and the Year 5 / 6 team have competed in the Girl's Football League at Parrswood High School. They played the first of the league games during the Autumn term, with the Year 5 / 6 team winning the majority of their matches to put them in a great position for finishing in the top half of the league table.
The remaining league matches will be played during Spring 2.
WHALLEY RANGE HIGH SCHOOL (Mon 9th May 2016)
St Mary's competed in a 6 a-side football tournament at Whalley Range High School.
Year 3 / 4
Year 3 & 4 girls played 5 games. We won 1, drew 1 and lost 3. It was a very hot evening and the girls played extremely well, for their first football competition.
BURNAGE HIGH SCHOOL (Summer 2016)
The year 5 & 6 girls are currently competing in a weekly 7 aside league at Burnage High School.
WEEK 1 St Marys Vs Ladybarn Won
St Marys Vs St Catherines Lost
WEEK 2 St Marys Vs Beaver Rd Won 2-1
WEEK 3 St Marys Vs Green End Won.
WEEK 4 FINALS WEEK
St Marys Vs Birchwood (Semi-Final) Won 2-0
St Marys Vs St Bernards (Final) Won 3-0
The girls played exceptionally well in the finals and deserved to win the whole competiton. Well done to all girls who played!