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2024

Girls league football match V St John’s 

Monday 26th February 

The girls played their first league match of the year V St John’s on Monday. A really good game with chances at either end. Daijah hit the cross bar and post numerous times and Elyse the same but still no goal for all their efforts. Eventually it was St John’s that scored from a superb shot on the edge of the area that left stand in keeper Ocean no chance of saving. 
Then minutes later they scored a second to go in at half time 2-0. 
in the second half Irene went in goal with India, Ashley and Gemma in defence. Poppy had a great game in midfield and once again Daijah was relentless, she chased every ball, made some amazing tackles and had yet another 6 chances to score but kept out by some great goal keeping and that cross bar again. 
final score was 2-0 to St John’s and player of the match was Daijah Moar. 

Friendly Football match V Redlands

Thursday 25th January

Tonight we took 11 boys who have been to our after school football club but not yet had the opportunity to play a match against team. Mr Makeman at Redlands als had boys that had not yet played for their school and between us we organised this match. 
It was an absolute pleasure to take these boys and they all enjoyed playing. We played really well together and although unsure of positioning at the start of the game they soon picked up where they should be on the pitch and helped each other out too. 
Harley C was captain and he was outstanding, he lead the warm up and encouraged the team throughout the match. He even managed to bag himself a couple of goals too. 
Mason M, Jacob B and Brian W also managed to score a goal each. Both Tommy M and Ronnie K were brilliant in goal and both kept clean sheets. The final score was 5-0 to SHA and the Redlands teachers chose Harley C as man of the match. 

Year 5&6 SportsHall Athletics Competition 

Thursday 18th January 2024 

Today we took one team to the Bassetlaw Schools indoor athletics competition at Retford Oaks Academy. The team consisted of 6 Boys and 6 Girls from years 5&6 that had been attending our after school athletics club the previous term. Each Boy and Girl had to take part in 3 field events and 3 relays during the competition. Then their scores and times were recorded by the junior sports leaders at Oaks. In total there are 22 schools taking part in this competition over 3 different days. Once everyone has been to their event our SGO Kate Voice will work out all the results and the top 8 schools will be invited to the next round. 
We will keep you updated on our progress đź‘Ť

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