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Sports Reports

EXETER CITY WOMEN VS PORTISHEAD TOWN - Her Game Too! - Sunday 12th March

On Sunday 12th March, we took over 100 members of our school community to watch Exeter City Women's game against Portishead Town. The game was held at St James' Park as part of Exeter City's 'Her Game Too' initiative. It was an amazing occasion, with a record-breaking crowd of almost 3,000 spectators present to see Exeter win 6-0. Our children returned to school on Monday really inspired by what they had seen and the football pitch has been very busy since!



On Friday 8th December, we held a Swimming Gala at Lords Meadow as part of our final Friday Sports session. All of the children in Class 4 took part in at least 2 different races / events. Some of the events took place across widths and some of them across lengths. We are very proud to say that our two teams won both the widths and lengths competition! A super effort from all of our brilliant swimmers.


EXE VALLEY FOOTBALL WORLD CUP! - Thursday 1st December 2022

On Thursday 1st December we took part in the Exe Valley  Football World Cup on the astroturf pitches at Lords Meadow. We played matches against, Brampford, Cheriton, Newton St Cyres and Silverton. We lost one game, drew two games and won two games - this meant that we finished in 3rd place overall! Our team was Sid, Harry, Rowan, Etienne, George, Phoeynx, Ben, Freddie, Emily W, Florence and Wren W. We missed out on a place in the final by just 3 points. Brampford Speke beat Sandford in the final 2-1. It was a really fun tournament and got better and better each game.


TAG TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS - Thursday 13th October 2022

On Thursday 13th October, we played in the Exe Valley Tag Rugby tournament. Our team was Harry, Etienne, Sid, Rowan, George M, Daisy, Bonnie, Sophie, Sufia, Bella and Emily C. Our first game was against Sandford and we were all feeling nervous but ready to play! We started off well by winning the kick off and thanks to two tries from the lightning quick Sid we won 3-0. The second game was against Brampford and it was a thrilling game with six tries scored. It ended up 4-2 to Thorverton. Daisy Emily and Bella did some brilliant ball carrying to get us up the pitch and Sufia was excellent in defence.

The third match was against Cheriton and we were getting very excited because we realised we had a good chance of winning the tournament. Little did we know, Cheriton were the toughest team yet. A really close game finished 3-3 with George M equalising right at the end, with an excellent try. The next game was against Newton – we were feeling nervous because they had won all of their games. We raced into a two try lead but Newton fought back. With a few minutes left and some brilliant tagging from Sophie, Rowan and Bonnie, Thorverton won the ball close to their own try line and Harry Laskey ran the length of the pitch to score a super try! Our final match was against Silverton. Etienne started brilliantly and scored two tries to give us the lead and we went on to win 4-1 and take the trophy! We all felt excited and really proud that we had won.

By Etienne and Harry