YEAR 5/6 MANCHESTER UNITED TOURNAMENT 2019
The boys football team headed down to the Cliff Training Ground this week to compete in the Manchester United Football Tournament. The boys played extremely well, working as a team, showing great determination and resilience.
The team played 5 matches, winning 4 and only losing in the final, finishing runners-up in the competition.
Top Goal Scorer - Nathaniel (Scored 10 of the 14 goals scored).
Well done to all players!
Manchester City 6 aside Finals
The Year 4/5 boys 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 3rd in their group; only just missing out on the semi-finals. Well done to all players!
Boys Football ETIHAD.
The boys football team went down to the ETIHAD last week to compete in the boys football league. They played extremely well and showed great resilience in all matches, cooperating well as a team and working hard to score. Well done!
They are looking forward to the next league matches next half term!
Football is played in school as an extracurricular activity.
A really tough match tonight against St.Peter's RC Hazel Grove. We came across a really good footballing side who played the game to a really high standard.
The game started well and the football was end to end. Callum had three great chances but failed to beat their strong keeper.
St.Peter's could have scored four times in the first half but 'The Cat' made two great saves and Cain two last ditch tackles.
Cian made the break through just before half time with a fine volley just outside the box which flew over the keeper into the bottom corner.
The second half was tight with St.Peter's pressing for the equaliser and it finally came with ten minutes of the game left.
The lads were disappointed at the final result 1-1 but St.Peter's were excellent opposition and a really good match for us. We hope to have a return fixture soon. Thank you to Mr Beresford for refereeing and the parents for the help with lifts.