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Flag Football (08/02/18)

The year 6 students of Percy for the next 12 weeks have been handed an exciting programme, they have gained the opportunity to be taught flag football which will be then lead to a primary school super bowl competition . This is the first time students at Percy have learnt about flag football for an extended period, the excitement was clear to see when they had their first session on Thursday. Within this first session they were taught the basic about the tag belts and the basic ball skills , they students seemed to really enjoy the session and was already asking what they was doing within the next one. The sport team at Percy are really looking forward to working with the Flag football providers and seeing how the students’ progress within Flag Football. 

Fencing (08/02/18)

The children of Percy had a very exciting morning on Thursday when a sports company came into school to deliver a special session all about Fencing to year 3. The students in year 3 had the opportunity to learn a new sport before any other year group in the school.  The session started off with the students learning the basic skills involved within fencing without using any of the equipment. The students thoroughly enjoyed the experience of learning a new skill and they got more excited when they had the chance to use the equipment. Each student had the chance to try on the jacket which is used within fencing, the protective helmet and foil lames to compete within one to one combat. The students really enjoyed the experience and the Percy Sport team would like to extend their gratitude to the company who came in to deliver the session.

Percy Shurmer Academy Boys- Birmingham City Competition (17/01/18)

Percy played in the BCFC competition against a variety of schools across Birmingham, the competition was exciting throughout with some excellent football skills on show. Before the start of the tournament the team had the chance to meet a professional footballer called Isaac Vassell who answered questions from the boys and signed autographs. Percy started the tournament against a very strong Oaks team, Percy dominated the early stages and created early chances and came close to scoring only for the Oaks to break away and take an early lead. Percy continued to play well as a team; the Oaks continued to drive forward and scored another well taken goal. Percy managed to get one goal back through a break away and was well taken by the Percy forward.  Within the closing moments of the game the Oaks managed to secure two more goals through moments of excellence from their players. Percy moved onto the next match vs Bellfield, which was a really close game with both teams playing exceptional football, Percy took an early lead and managed to hold onto the lead until the remaining 3 minutes. This is when Bellfield took control of the game and scored 3 goals in quick concession. Percy continued to find a way back into the game but as Percy pushed for a goal gaps were left in defence and this meant another goal was conceded. Percy then had a break in fixtures so this gave the team an opportunity to watch the other teams play. Kings Norton was the next opposition to face Percy; the game was end to end with both teams creating many opportunities. Only for the goalkeepers producing magnificent saves both teams would have been on the score sheet. Kings Norton finally made the breakthrough a long range effort which flew past our goalkeeper, Percy responded in fantastic fashion and attempted to get back into the game but as Percy were attacking Kings Norton broke away and three times found the back of the net. Percy found a way through a stern defence and capitalised on a mistake in defence to score the goal. This is exactly what happened in the next two matches against Castle Bromwich and Regents Park, in both games Percy showed great resilience and determination to carry on playing free flowing football. All this outstanding play was rewarded in the last match when Percy played Hill Stone in the last match, Percy took an early lead through an excellent team goal in which every member of the team touched the ball and was completed by an excellent finish. Percy had the momentum and was pushing forward to get a second goal but then Hill Stone then quickly finished off a magnificent move with a shot from outside the box which flew straight to the top corner. However Percy was not deterred from conceding a goal and again continued to attack which resulted in another goal. Percy then for the next couple of minutes closed down every attack which Hill Stone had limited them to chances. Percy ended the game very strongly and came away with the victory and the 3 points. Percy had an excellent tournament and showed excellent attitude throughout, all the students thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Basketball League (21/11/17 - 12/12/17  - 16/01/18 -  23/01/18)

Percy Shurmer took part in the first night of the Basketball league at Kings Heath boys; Percy’s first match was against Hollywood. The game started in exciting fashion with Percy taking an early 2-0 lead , Percy were passing the ball around very well and was finding pockets of spaces around the court keeping the ball away from Hollywood. At half time Percy went into the break still holding onto the lead, as the game restarted Hollywood broke away towards the basket and narrowly missed but the rebound was well defended by Percy. As the game was heading towards the last couple of minutes Hollywood produced a wonderful passing sequence and scored a basket to make the score 2-2. Within the last 2 minutes the game really opened up with Percy retaking the lead with a well taken basket only for Hollywood to respond with one of their own to make the score 4-4. The scoring didn’t stop there as Hollywood caught Percy on the break twice and capitalised upon this to make the score 8-4. Percy then produced a comeback and scored from a delightful shot which brought the score back to 8-6, which is how the game ended. Both teams played excellent Basketball; Percy was straight back on the court to face Bells Farm. Percy started the game how they ended the previous game and went straight on the attack; from one break away a magnificent shot from Percy hit the back board and dropped into the basket, to give Percy a very well deserved 2-0 lead. Percy played lovely free flowing basketball throughout the game and came very close to extending their lead on numerous occasions. As the game edged towards the final minutes Percy’s hard work was undone by an excellent team basket from Bells Farm to make the score 2-2.This is how the score ended, an outstanding effort from both teams. Percy were meant to play two games the following night of the league against St Martins and Chad Vale but due to snow both games were called off so all teams were awarded a draw which meant that Percy picked up 2 points. The next league night of matches Percy first played a very strong well drilled Yardley wood side. Yardley wood started the game very strongly and opening the scoring within the first minute. This game was end to end with both teams attacking whenever they had the chance; Percy produced a brilliant flowing move with ended with Percy scoring a brilliant layup to make the score 2-2. Yardley wood took the lead quickly after a brilliant move to make the score 4-2. The game was really close until the last couple of minutes in which where Percy pushed more people forward and left gaps in defence which Yardley wood capitalised upon and the game ended 12-4 to Yardley wood. The final game of the night was against top of the league Hollywood A , for the first half Percy kept Hollywood to minimal chances and only long range shots. Within the second half Hollywood started to attack more directly and created chances which they took advantage of and started to score points. Hollywood won the game however Percy played exceptionally well. The last game of the league Percy unfortunately lost to Oaks which brought the league to an end. It was an exciting couple of weeks of basketball with outstanding play by all teams. Well done to all students involved from the PSA coaches who always showed perfect behaviour and attitude in all the games.

Percy Shurmer Academy Boys vs Hall Green (03/11/2017)

Percy boys played there last league match of 2017 against a very well organised Hall green side that were coming into the game were undefeated from their 3 previous games. The game started very evenly matched with both sides cancelling out very impressive attacking play with some inspiring defending. From a Percy corner the ball was cleared by Hall green whose pass fell straight to their attacker who despite some last attempt defending from Percy steered the ball underneath MK. This goal shocked Percy who before the goal were looking more likely to score. Percy then broke away countless times only for the Hall green keeper to  pull off amazing saves to keep Hall Green in front . Percy finally were rewarded for their endeavours and at the end of a lovely free flowing passing move SA scored an excellent goal which flew into the top left corner. Once the boys got the confidence of scoring one they went on a roll and attack after attack brought goals. SA scored another 2 goals before half time and ZA scored a goal in which every member of the team passed the ball before it headed into the top left corner. At half time the score was 4-1 but Percy knew they still had a lot of hard work to do to win the match. Percy went out with the same mentality as the first half to keep the ball, defend well and attack in numbers .The boys followed theses orders  straight away and YO scored with an attack from the kick-off, this then was followed by another excellent attack which YO scored again. Percy kept on attacking whenever they got the chance and SA produced an excellent shot which took the keeper by surprise to make it 7-1. Hall Green then broke away on the counter attack and pulled a goal back which came straight from a Percy corner to make the score 7-2. Within the last 5 minutes of the game there were numerous  chances which Percy created and converted with goals coming from SA, ZA scoring 2 and ZAL finishing to make the final score 11-2 to Percy. This is a record score line for a boys match at Percy, the boys played  remarkably well . Well done boys from the PSA coaches.

Boys 5 A-Side Tournament runners up (02/11/2017)

Percy boys participated in their first indoor 5 –aside competition of the season at Kings Heath boy’s school. They had to face matches against St Bernard’s, St Anne’s and Wheelers lane, Percy started the tournament with a game against Wheelers lane. The surface which they were playing on was one was different to anything they had played on before. Percy unfortunately fell to a narrow defeat but had gained great experience of playing on the surface and was ready to play again. Percy then played St Bernard’s; this was as very end to end game like the league fixture earlier in the term with Percy scoring first then St Bernard’s replying . In the whole fixture there was nothing to separate the two teams. The game continued in this style until the last kick of the game which Percy managed to secure a win with a fantastic strike. This meant that Percy won the match and had one game left to play against St Anne’s.  Percy played really well in this match and took control of the game from the first whistle; Percy won this match and it put them in very good position to qualify for the finals.  The boys finished as runners up , they played extremely well. Well done boys from the PSA coaches.

Percy Shurmer Academy Boys vs Yarnfield  (17/10/2017)

Percy boys played a fixture against a very strong Yarnfield team; the fixture was played on astroturf , a surface which the boys aren’t used to playing on so it took them a few minutes to get use to the surface.  The game started with end to end chances for both teams, Percy came close with a few long range chances and were playing extremely well. Yarnfield then caught Percy on the counter attack and took the lead with a really well taken goal. Percy didn’t let the goal deter them and carried on playing an excellent style of football. However Yarnfield won the ball in the centre of the pitch and strive forward and score a really well taken goal. After a few position changes at half time Percy retook the field with a new belief of getting back into the game. The game again was end to end but with Percy pushing further and further forward to get back into the game Yarnfield was playing on the break and managed to extend their lead.  The final whistle came and unfortunately Percy fell to defeat. The boys played extremely well and were unlucky  to lose, well done boys from the PSA coaches.  

School Games - Basketball (09/10/2017)

Percy took part in the first school games event of the year which was based at Nechells leisure centre. Percy entered two teams into the competition, both were kept apart in separate pools, team A was placed with Clifton , Leigh and St George .Whilst team B was placed in a group with Somerville , Thornton , Harperbell and Stechford . The competition started with Percy A playing Clifton - the students played excellent basketball and showed some amazing skills to win the match 3-0. It was now Team B’s time to play, they faced Harperbell. The students showed excellent desire to breakdown Harperbell using excellent passing and dribbling techniques but unfortunately they fell to defeat. They had the chance to forget that game as they played another match directly after against Thornton. Percy B showed brilliant dribbling techniques to place themselves into many shooting situations but couldn’t capitalise on the possession and allowed Thornton to take the lead. Regrettably this is the how game finished with Thornton taking the victory; it was now Percy A’s time to take the court for a double header against Leigh and St George . Both matches were very close producing excellent pieces of team work and individual skill from all players, but on both occasions Percy A couldn’t produce a victory. The competition ended with Percy B playing both their final matches following each other against Somerville and Stechford. Percy in both matches fashioned some excellent chances and took an early lead in both, but the opposition came back and despite an excellent effort from Percy the other schools acquired the victories. An excellent effort from all the students, the PSA coaches were very proud of your commitment and effort. Well done to all the students.

Percy Shurmer Academy Boys vs Severne School (06/10/2017)

Percy hosted their first home game of the season; Percy raced into an early lead and took control of the game from the whistle. The boys played some lovely free flowing football and within minutes of the restart Percy doubled their lead with an excellent team goal in which every member of the team was involved in. Severne then pulled a goal back through a breakaway from a Percy corner, a second quickly followed after that. This then brought the game level and the game was end to end with chances for both sides. Severne then broke away down the right channel and then pulled the ball back, their player crossed the ball into the Percy box which then flew into the top right corner of the goal right on the stroke of half time. After the restart, Percy pushed and pushed to find the equaliser but the Severne defence kept them out. Percy  pressed  high up the pitch and Severne chased a clearance which was capitalised on by their striker who made the score 4-2. This is how the game ended, the Percy boys played extremely well and were unlucky with the result. Well done boys from the PSA coaches for the level commitment and effort that was shown.

Girls 5 A-Side Tournament Winners (05/10/2017)

On Thursday 5th October Percy participated in the first 5 a-side competition of the year. Sadly Chilcote pulled out earlier in the day meaning all Percy needed was two wins against Severne to qualify for the finals. It was a different style of football and one that the girls we’re not used to. They won both games comfortably and have now progressed to the final. Well done girls from the PSA coaches.

Aero Kicks (02/10/2017 – 05/10/2017)

A member of the Aero-Kicks community boxing club came to Percy to deliver two boxing sessions to year 5 and year 6. The students were really intrigued by the session and very inspired by the coach. The students were shown the basic stances, punches and kicks by the coach and really relished the opportunity to try a different sport which many hadn’t had the chance to try before. PSA would like to extend a huge gratitude to Aero-Kicks to coming to the school and delivering such an inspiring and motivating session.

Girls Football – Percy Shurmer Runners Up (29/09/2017)

The girl’s football team played their first tournament on Friday 29th September. Eight very strong teams from around South Birmingham stood in their way. We started our first game very well and raced into an early lead, the girls managed to keep the other team chances to a minimum and thanks to some amazing team play they we’re soon 2-0 up. After beating all teams in the group games a semi-final vs Yardley Wood. The semi-final was difficult and could have gone either way, luckily we managed to score the winner with only minutes remaining. The final was against our rivals St Bernards. Both teams started well but St Bernards got the better of us after a ball was sent own the right wing and crossed for them to score the opener. Percy didn’t give up and dominated the majority of play but as we pushed forwards got caught out but the pace of their forward on the counter attack and they made it 2-0 with seconds remaining. Well done girls from the PSA coaches for showing excellent team spirit

Percy Shurmer Academy Boys vs St Bernard’s (22/09/2017)

The Boys football team played their first football game of the season against a very strong St Bernard’s team. Percy started extremely well and kept St Bernard’s chances to a minimum. The Percy defence kept out wave after wave of attacks and the Percy goalkeeper produced some excellent saves. Percy grew in confidence as the first half grew longer and towards the end of the first half Percy broke away towards St Bernard’s goal and produced a stunning finish to take the lead. For the rest of the first half it was all Percy and they finished the game with a flourish of opportunities. This continued into the second half when Percy extended their lead by scoring an excellent team goal. Percy played extremely well and withstood some excellent play by St Bernard’s. Percy eventually won the game and deserved the win after an outstanding team performance. The sports team were very proud of all the boys. Well done!!

Girls Cardiff Tournament (01/07/2017)

Girls from Percy Shurmer took part in an exciting tournament in Cardiff (Wales). There were teams from all over England competing in all age groups from ladies teams all the way to under 10's. The girls were placed in a very difficult group and were in for a hard morning. The girls played 5 matches and excelled in all games, they won 4 of their 5 games only losing one game and scored an impressive 26 goals and only conceding 1. The girls performed astoundingly well and played some outstanding football. After the matches the girls got the chance to see the champion’s league trophy up close and see legends of the game such as Steven Gerrard play football in the fan park. Well done to all the girls involved - they were excellent throughout the whole day and played incredible football.

Girls Percy Shurmer Cup (09/06/2017)

The Percy girls hosted their first tournament and it went exceptionally well. They were placed in a very difficult group against experienced sides; the girls came out as winners in their first match after playing extremely good football. This form continued in the following two matches which meant that the girls had made it out of the group and into the semi-finals. In the semi-finals they faced a very exciting Clifton side that had scored many goals in their group games and had played outstanding football. In the semi-finals Percy ran out 3-0 winners and progressed to the finals to play against a strong St Bernands team. The final was really exciting with chances for both teams, but then in the final minute of the game Percy broke away and scored which ended up being the only goal of the game. The girls won the tournament playing superb football and having a wonderful team spirit, well done girls! 

Kwik Cricket Tournament (09/06/2017)

Year 6 Percy boys took part in their first cricket tournament of the year, the boys started their tournament against a strong Yarnfield team.  The boys put in a strong performance but unfortunately they lost the first game only by a couple of runs.  The next match Percy started off really well and succeeded to get the opposition out for a good amount of runs then it was there turn to bat. The boys managed to bat themselves to victory by scoring more runs than the opposition, this then continued into the following match. They started off scoring a large amount of runs and setting a high target for the other team to compete with, which the other school managed to complete and eventually came away with victory. The boys played excellently throughout the tournament and showed dazzling cricket skills. 

Aston Villa Tournament District Team (29/04/2017)

Some of the girls from year 5/6 were chosen to represent the school in a South Birmingham district tournament involving other districts all over the West Midlands. The girls were split across both teams which were entered and achieved outstanding results. There was great attacking play but also great defensive work by all the players involved. They should all be very proud of their efforts. 

Girls Vs The Oaks (28/04/2017)

The girls played in a match against a strong oaks side in a league match. The game was very close throughout with both schools having chances to score the first goal. As the game headed to half time the score was still at deadlock then the oaks broke forward and narrowly missed an opportunity. As the game came towards the finish, Percy broke away and produced a brilliant attack which ended in a goal. This then was the final score, the girls played extremely well and all worked tirelessly for the result.

Chance To Shine Cricket Tournament (26/04/2017)

A group of Percy year 4's were involved with the 'Chance To Shine' programme cricket competition; the group was split into A and B team. They were then put into two groups in which they would play 3 games spread across the day. The B team were played within a very challenging group but they rose to the challenge and played some extremely good cricket and very close to matching their opponent’s. The A team played extremely well in their group and within their first game narrowly missed out on a win but they carried this experience into the following two games.  The next game the A team missed out on a victory only due to the amount of runs they had scored but within this match some extremely impressive cricket was played. In their final match all the team played exceedingly well and they won the match and this meant they had one more match to play. In the final match Percy took all there experience and high run scoring attitude throughout the tournament and used it in the final match and won this match too. Well done to both teams , excellent cricket was played by all.

West Brom FC Primary schools Festival (05/04/2017)

Percy year 3/4 football team took part in a football festival against teams from all over the West Midlands; the boys played their first match against Four Dwellings. The match produced some wonderful moments from both teams and the results were extremely close. The boys then played their second match against Our Lady of Fatima, this was a really interesting match with both teams playing well. With both teams playing exceptionally in both defences’ the game ended as a draw. Percy played Jervoise and played outstandingly and won this match 1-0. The last game of the tournament saw Percy play Montgomery, this game was extremely close and Montgomery only slightly edged the game coming away with the victory. Well done to all the boys that were involved. 

Percy Tag Rugby Festival - Part 2 (28/03/2017)

The Tag Rugby team took part in the second part of the festival on a rainy Tuesday evening, the second round of fixtures proved to be as exciting as the first round. With still the trophy to be won and 2nd and 3rd place medals to claim it made for an exciting finale. There were 4 rounds of fixtures to played and within all the rounds there were excellent skills on show from the girls and boys, with many wonderful tries scored. With all scores totalled and tries calculated the results showed what an exciting and competitive festival it had been. Percy played tremendously well throughout the festival and came in 2nd place. Congratulations boys and girls on your incredible performance.

Year 4/5 Football Tournament Yardley Wood (24/03/2017)

Boys from year 4 and 5 took part in a football tournament against 10 others schools from Birmingham, the boys played their first match against St Martins. The game was a really close thought with both teams having many chances; St Martin managed to secure the victory with the last kick of the game. Percy then played there next game against St Bernard’s in which both teams had chances to secure victory but the game ended in a draw. Chilcote was next up for Percy, Percy had a number of chances in which their goalkeeper kept the score 0-0. Chilcote then secured victory with a very good opportunity which came towards the end of the game which ended up being the end result. Percy ended their tournament with a match against Colmore , they played some excellent football which showed in the score line.  Percy played really well in the tournament and showed some very promising play . Well done to all the boys that competed. 

Percy Tag Rugby Festival (14/03/2017)

Percy hosted their first ever Tag Rugby festival; it involved 5 other schools, Clifton, Thornton, The Oval, Firs and Four Dwellings. The First round of fixtures took place on the 14th March , the boys played extremely well in the first matches of the season and so did all the other schools ; on display was some very high quality play . This has set up the league for an exciting finally for second part of the tournament on 28th March. Wasps Rugby Club came down to support the event and offered some coaching and passed on expert advice to the students. Well done boys.


Girls Football Birmingham City Ladies Partnership Competition (12/03/2017)

The girls took part in a competition held at Four Dwellings schools; the competition was being delivered by the Birmingham City ladies partnership. The girls played 5 games against all the over schools, they won three games , lost 1 and drawn 1. These results meant that they finished in 2nd place in the tournament. This capped off an astounding couple of weeks for the girls who have played some amazing football. At the end of the tournament the girls had the chance to meet Bella a professional footballer from Birmingham City Ladies.

Girls Competition Yardley Wood (10/03/2017)

The girls played in a competition at Yardley wood playing fields involving school from all over Birmingham. They played excellent football from the first game and were constantly looking to attack with the ball, they drew there first game but then went on to win there next 5 games 5-0, 3-0 , 2-1, 4-0 3-0. The girls unfortunately missed out on winning the tournament on goal difference. Amazing performance girls.

Girls Football Aston Villa Competition (28/02/2017)

The girls took part in a Competition at Aston Villa academy; the girls played some excellent football and scored some amazing goals. They won all there group games and topped there group on maximum points. Percy won their semi-final and played Leigh in the final. The final was a close game which was heading towards extra time but then Percy scored a last minute goal to secure the victory and win the cup. Congratulations girls!

Netball Tournament (13/02/2017)

Percy took part within a mini netball tournament at Leigh School , Percy played two game of high five games against Leigh and Clifton. Percy played their first game against Leigh, Leigh where a very drilled competitive team with very talented players. Percy played extremely well , the girls created some excellent chance throughout the game and narrowly lost to Leigh. Percy played their next game against Clifton , this game was a close game with both teams marking each out of the game. Percy produced some excellent high five Netball throughout the whole competition.

Boccia (03/02/2017)

Percy took a really strong team to the triathlon and competed against Long Well and Haughton. Percy played some excellent matches against the two schools and both games were really competitive and closely fought. Percy came 2nd in the competition and did extremely well, the sport department are very proud of their efforts.

Basketball Competition (23/01/2017)

Percy took part in a Basketball competition with 1 other school; Hollywood A and Hollywood B teams. Percy played against Hollywood B team first and played excellent, they passed brilliantly and produced some amazing shots, Percy won this game. Percy then progressed to play Hollywood A team, Percy managed to keep the game very close against a very good Hollywood team. Percy had many chances but couldn’t convert these into points; Hollywood came away with a very close victory. Both of the games were strongly contested and played excellent basketball but unfortunately didn’t make it through to the next stage. Well done to all the players that played, the sports department were very proud of your efforts.

Football 4-Aside Competition (18/01/2017)

Percy took part in a football 4-aside competition against 2 other schools. The level of football that was played was one of a high level. Percy took to the field against two other teams and produced some excellent football; they show moments of quality within both matches. Percy unfortunately didn’t make it through to the next stage but the boys gave a great account of themselves within the tournament. Well done to all the boys that played. 

Basketball Competition (25/11/2016)

Percy took part in a Basketball competition with 2 other schools; they played against really competitive teams in a very strong league. Percy played against Hollywood school first and St Martins, both of the games were strongly contested and played excellent basketball but unfortunately didn’t make it through to the next stage. Well done to all the players that played, the sports department were very proud of your efforts. 

Girls Football Match vs Chilcote, Holy Souls & St. Bernard’s (14/10/2016)

Percy girls played three matches on Friday afternoon against strong opposition, they played all three games one after the other. They firstly played Chilcote in a very tight game which was decided by one well worked goal from the opposition, the result didn’t match the effort which Percy put into the match. Percy then played Holy Souls in close match which Holy souls were victorious within; Percy again produced an excellent performance. The last match against St Bernard’s Percy was beaten by a well drilled team that played a particular style from the first whistle; Percy came close on countless opportunities but unfortunately couldn’t find a breakthrough.

Girls Football Match vs Hollywood (07/10/2016)

The girls played their first league match of the season; they produced an excellent performance from the first whistle. They chased down every ball and worked really hard for each other, this is where the first goal came from. The goals continued to flow throughout the team with a lovely passing style which the team has installed within them. Percy scored 3 goals which all within the team was involved within , Hollywood managed to get 1 goal back which they caught the girls on the counter attack. Percy played excellent in their first league game of the season.

Boys Football Match vs Hollywood (05/10/2016)

Percy Boys played their first league match of the season against Hollywood; the boys played an excellent match from the whistle. The boys created many opportunities throughout the match and this resulted in fine goals being scored, they defended excellently throughout the game and restricted the opposition to only a few chances. Percy rounded off the match with a few more goals which meant when the final whistle was blown Percy came away with the victory, congratulations boys.

Boy’s 5/6 Football Tournament (30/09/2016)

Percy boys played in their first tournament and they came so close to delivering on what looks like being a really successful season ahead. The boy’s played 4 games with each one being as eventful as the previous.  They scored some really good goals and defended well in all matches, they played against some really good schools that had some excellent players. The matches were close and this was seen in the group table, the boys closely missed out on progressing to the next stage but can take a lot of positives from their performances to take into the upcoming season.

Girl’s Football Tournament (23/09/2016)

The girls took part in the opening football tournament of the year; they were placed within a group with two very well trained teams. The first opening round of matches resulted in 0 goals being conceded by any team this was due excellent defending by every team. The girls played extremely well in the next two games and showed Percy resilience with the way they played. When all the results were counted up the girls narrowly missed out on progressing to the semis by 1 goal. The girls played incredibly well and showed great promise for the season ahead.