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Marshgate

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Girls Football

11.10.18

By Amelie and Victoria 5A

On 11th October, year 5 and year 6 girls’ football team went to Christ’s to play against Kew Riverside. We started off by training and warming up for the big game. Our football team was: Victoria, Amelie, Demi, Emanuella, Lola, Lilly, Philine, Jamie, Edme.

The game started off with: Emanuella in goal, Victoria and Demi in defence, Lola and Jamie in midfield and Edmay as a striker. Amelie, Philine and Lilly were used as substitutes but also got a chance to play.

As the game started, Marshgate quickly scored and Kew Riverside knew they were playing someone difficult. soon after,Lola accidently handballed the ball and Kew Riverside got a penalty. When they took it Emmanuela tried her best but Kew scored.

After that it was half time. During half time, Mr. Sanders and Mr. Healy (who were our coaches) gave us a match talk and told us we were doing really well. Then, when we went back to the game we swapped goals.

Soon after that, we scored another 2 goals making it 4-1 to Marshgate. Around 2 minutes after that, the whistle blew and we shook hands.

We hope we will win the next games too!

 

February 2018 Update

 

Year 5/6 Girls Football

The girl’s football team have completed their league fixtures. They also had a great day out at the Borough Tournament in October. The girls are still training with Mr Sanders every Monday. We are hoping to organise some friendly games in the summer term.

 

Year 5/6 Girls Football Tournament - 8.11.17

 

On the 8th of November 2017, Marshgate Primary School took part in a girl’s football team tournament. We competed in lots of games and won lots but sadly we lost some too. When we arrived at the NPL sports ground, we put our equipment under a marquee and started warming up. At 9:40, we played our first game and at the end we lost 3-0 to that school. We then kept on thinking, we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this, but unfortunately when we played our second match we lost again 1-0. Once we thought all hope was lost, we changed our kit, seeing as another team had one that was similar: we wanted to be different and that seemed to change our luck. So in our third game we won 1-0 and then had our lunch (under our marquee).

 

After a while, we finished our lunch and then we went into the knockouts from which we felt extremely tense and nervous. We were worried that we were going to get knocked out in the first few rounds, but luckily that wasn’t the case, we won 1-0 to Kew riverside. Fortunately, our luck stayed with us as we beat Holy Trinity 1-0.We were then fighting for a spot in the semi-finals, Which we accomplished 1-0. Our hearts thumped to the point that they had nearly ripped out of our chests. We, Marshgate Primary School, had got into the NPL girls football semi-finals!

But then our luck had decreased, we had lost against the Vineyard 1-0 in the last minute of the match in the semi final. We shook their hands, told them they had done a very good job and good luck to them for their future games.

Year 4 Girls’ Football Tournament

Wednesday 4th October 2017

 

On the bus to Ham & Kew Football Association we were all excited but nervous as well. There were lots of schools including two teams from East Sheen Primary, Barnes Primary, Sheen Mount, St Elizabeth and Sacred Heart. When we arrived, we started a warm-up game where we split into two teams with one goalkeeper and defenders. Then we went to go and sit down with the other schools and listen to who we were playing first, and which pitch we were on. We started playing our first game with Arifa in goal and switching goalkeeper’s half way through. After a few games we had a little snack and then carried on practising and playing. We watched two games before our next match and then went to play our last game with me in goal. After that we got back on the bus and discussed the mornings’ exciting events. We all really enjoyed the morning and wished we were still playing on the pitch.

By Amelie Anderson

 

Team: Amelie, Victoria, Arifa, Laura, Philine, Lilly-Belle, Stella, Jamie and Ava

Coaches: Mr Hobbins and Miss Timms

Boys and Girls Football

 

This spring term was very successful for both our boys and girls football teams. 4 matches in total were played in January with Marshgate winning them all. All groups game have now been completed. The girls have top of their pool after winning 5 games from 5 while the boys performed excellently to finish second, winning 4 out of 5. The girls have qualified for the Borough playoffs while we wait to hear if the boys have qualified. Well done to both teams on their great seasons so far. Well done to Mr Sanders of Kick London who is coaching the teams every Monday and Friday.

Girls football - January Update

 

League Table

P

W

D

L

NR

GF

GA

GD

Points

Marshgate

4

4

0

0

0

14

1

13

20

Holy Trinity

3

2

0

1

0

4

4

0

11

Vineyard

3

1

0

2

0

2

6

-4

7

Sheen Mount

2

1

0

1

0

5

3

2

6

St Richards

2

0

0

2

0

0

3

-3

2

St Elizabeth’s

2

0

0

2

0

0

8

-8

2

 

Marshgate Primary School has done exceptionally well with their football matches, winning all of their previous games so far. We are at the top of the league with one match to go against vineyard.

 

The team is made up of Ciara Walker (GK), Skye Swift (6A), Lola Ireland (6M), Flossie Smith (6M), Amy Fitch (6M), Francesca Burgio (5P), Amelie Glynn (5F), Isabelle Clarke (5P) and Audrey Johnston (5P).

 

Our first match was against St Elizabeth’s then Sheen Mount, Holy Trinity, St Richards.

We are very confident to play Vineyard and we hope we win.

 

By Ciara Walker and Skye Swift (6M/6A)

Marshgate vs. St Elizabeth’s

We all played excellently and had a victory of 6-0. Straight after kick off Natasha (our star striker) scored a whopping goal through the legs of their goalie all the way from the half way line. And we had an early lead of one nil. Then we kept on scoring goal after goal and got to 5-0. With 10 seconds left we were trying to get to 6-0 when suddenly out of nowhere a St Elizabeth’s player chipped the ball into the goal. As the whistle blew the referee said that the last own goal counted meaning we performed brilliantly against St Elizabeth’s.

 

By Flossie Smith (6M)

 

Marshgate vs Sheen Mount

The girls football A team is made up of : Lola Ireland (6M), Tashy  Drake(6M), Flossie Smith(6M), Amy Fitch (6M), Ciara Walker (Goalkeeper)(6M), Skye Swift (6A) , Francesca Burgio (5P), Audrey Johnston (5P), Amelie Glynn (5F). All the team played extremely well and we beat Sheen Mount 2-1. Although Sheen Mount was an excellent team, Marshgate are still unbeaten.

 

By Lola Ireland and Tashy Drake (6M) 

 

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