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FIRST up, our girls' football team take the plaudits this week for a fine display against Leicester City U19s. They controlled the game and recorded a very comprehensive 6-1 win.
FIRST up, our girls' football team take the plaudits this week for a fine display against Leicester City U19s. They controlled the game and recorded a very comprehensive 6-1 win. Scorers were Simone Scott, Bronwyn Berry, and Sasha Diston and Danielle Bitten with a brace each. The girls deserve this win as they have been playing well all season. Hopefully, this will be a springboard for them to go on to better things for the rest of the season.
The rugby lads were due to host Moulton College but our visitors cancelled the match and awarded us the win. Apparently some misdemeanours by some of the Moulton students meant they were not allowed to play and they could not raise a team. Obviously the points are valuable but it's not the way we like to win games.
The footballers had two scheduled matches but only one took place. Our ECFA League match at North Warwickshire and Hinckley fell foul of heavy rain.
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The English School FA Colleges Cup tie against Huntingdon did take place and the less said the better. With the match goalless at half-time, we were well in the match and looking to go on and win. However, we collapsed in the second half and lost 4-1. Our consolation goal came in injury time through Kris Thomas.
Last week's column was missed out because of production difficulties. We apologise for the error.
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