Last night the U14 girls football team headed to Rugby to play their final against Polesworth School. The team started off strong as did the opposition and both teams worked hard for the ball. Olivia Constable, Emily Lovett, Ana Lovett and Lucy Parsons worked tirelessly in defence to support Poppy Lummis in goal. Ellie Cumberbatch, Georgia Eversden, Lana Wilson-Shrubb, Esha Sancee, Ellie Gregory and Alexandra Zamfir pressured constantly in midfield whilst Sarah Costa and Abbie Bourton applied further pressure to the Polesworth defence.
The Southam girls put in so much work and effort to support each other, keep positive and maintain focus for every single pass and tackle! At the end of the first half Polesworth managed to score a goal putting them 1-0 up. After a positive and encouraging team talk at half time the girls went back out ready for the next half!
The second half was full of excitement Polesworth had several shots on goal all save by Poppy Lummis! Sarah Costa and Abbie Bourton both had shots on goal, extremely close to going in! After an amazing second half, Southam still weren’t giving up and right up until the last second fought for the ball. Unfortunately, the team lost 1-0 but proved why they deserved to be in the final!
Well done to every student, they played brilliantly and did themselves, each other and all of the spectators proud!!
Looking forward to an exciting season of Football next year! Miss MacLachlan & Mr Ginger.
Come and support the U14 girls cup final next Monday! The girls will be trying to defend their title as reigning champions of the county!
With Easter is fast approaching, this week at Craft Club they celebrated the holiday by creating a chocolate egg feast!
After the success of the 24 Netball last year we’re offering the opportunity to complete this challenge, open to all year groups!
Interest should go to Mr Ginger before Wednesday 18th April. Let’s try and beat our target set from last year!
Raising money for Make a Wish
Last night t the year 8 & 9 netball teams went to Kingsley for a tournament – their last games of the season. Both teams had strong opposition but managed to make it into the semi finals with ease! The year 8 team had Myton and won 6-3!
They then had Kingsley in the final, tough competition…although a close game Kingsley stole the lead 5-3 meaning Southam year 8s came 2nd overall!
The year 9 team made it to the final against Campion and after a close 1-0 lead at half time, finished the game 6-1! A first and second placing for the teams highlights their hard work at training this year as well as their commitment to playing for the school.
Well done everyone!
Miss MacLachlan & Mrs Smith.