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Archive for May, 2016

Edgmond Hall 2016

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

An excited group of Year 4 children left school, this morning, for Edgmond Hall.  We are looking forward to 3 days and 2 nights of fun and activities.  Watch this space for updates on what we’ve been up to…

Boys Football

Friday, 13 May 2016

We have progressed to the next round of the cup with a 3-1 win over Whitecrest. Well done to Travis for his first goal for the team.

Another win this week in the league- this time 8-2 vs Mary Mags. Well done to Jai for his first goal for Bosco.

Updated league table below:

Team Played Won Drew Lost GD Points
1 St John Bosco 7 6 0 1 16 18
2 Hargate 7 5 2 0 39 17
3 Lyng 7 5 1 1 55 16
4 Newtown 6 2 1 3 -4 7
5 Eaton Valley 7 1 0 6 -15 3
6 Mary Mags 7 0 0 7 -75 0

Hockey Tournament

Friday, 13 May 2016

Yesterday we competed in a hockey tournament at King Edward’s VI school against nine other schools.

We were split into two groups of five teams where we would play each of the other four teams in our group. We began the tournament with a goalless draw against St Laurence before we beat the next school 3-0 with two goals from captain George and one from Jamie. In our third match we won 2-0 with a goal a piece from Jamie and George. The final match of the league was against Northfield Manor. We needed a draw to progress into the final which we got with a 0-0.

In the final we played against The Meadows. Despite dominating possession and creating numerous opportunities, we unfortunately lost the match 1-0 so ended up runners-up.

George was not only our star player but was given player of the tournament by the organiser.

Well done to the whole team who won medals for coming second.

Rugby on the Worcester Warriors pitch

Friday, 13 May 2016

During Easter weekend some of our Year 6 children had the incredible opportunity of playing on the Worcester Warrior pitch at Half Time in their Premiership fixture against London Irish.

We had an amazing day as we played in front of a crowd of 8,000 people, the Warriors won and we even met some of the players.

We played against St Laurence and the match ended 7-7 with both teams playing some impressive rugby.

Well done to all involved.