Sports News and Updates
Sports Relief 2020!
Friday 13th March 2020, Grange school raised money for Sports Relief by bringing in a donation to wear their sports clothes to school and by completing a mile around the daily mile track. From this we raised an incredible £174! Thank you for your donations and they are certainly going towards a good cause!
Friday 7th February
St Peters 6 – 0 Grange
Team: Caden (C) Ethan, Kye, Harry, Reon , Amadou , Matthew P, Ashton and Aaroha
It was a cold evening down at Samuel Cody football pitches, and I am sure the parents who watched would agree. This was Grange’s very first league match in a time long and the boys worked their socks off throughout the whole match. The score does not reflect on how well the boys worked as a team. They played a very strong St Peters’ team, who had some very talented footballers and I think our Grange boys would agree. We are certainly going to learn from this match and stay positive ready for our next match on Thursday 27th March. The only way is up!
Person of the match: Shayun T (keeper)
Thursday 5th March
Tower Hill 7-0 Grange
Team: Caden D (C) Ethan R, Kye N, Amadou J, Matthew P, Ashton B, Jayden B, Shayun T, Jack K and Shay P
This match was against a very strong Tower Hill side. They had a great keeper and some great set pieces. Our boys communicated very well together and played well as a team. Not once did they let their spirits drop. Even at the end of the match they were still laughing and smiling. We played a strong defensive team, with some players moving all over the place covering every space on the pitch. We have now put into place training practises for the boys to work on set pieces and practise working as team, so hopefully this will have a huge impact on our next match. Fingers crossed!
Person of the match: Jayden B.
Thursday 12th March
St Marks C Of E Primary School 9 – 0 Grange B
Team: David T, Sienna, Rida, Luka, Jess B, Michelle and Enes
This was our first match of the season and our first match these year 6 pupils have ever played in. They played extremely well against a strong St Marks team. The big difference was certainly height, which the children from Grange gave themselves the nick name of ‘tiny warriors’. They were exactly that. They did not give up and kept giving 100%! Their communication improved as the game went on and they were starting to notice the spaces more. I am sure they will come back fighting, ready for our next match!
Person of the match: David T