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Primary Physical Education: 

Primary Footballers begin 2011 with a Swiss Flavour

Published Tuesday, February 01, 2011.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Primary Footballers begin 2011 with a Swiss Flavour

On Saturday 29th January a small squad of U’11 Boys made the trip across town to play the RIS Swiss School in a friendly match as part of their charity football day celebrations. The atmosphere was very welcoming and the match was played in a very sporting spirit by both teams. The Swiss school had a very large squad which they rotated regularly while we had a smaller squad which grew to 10 with the inclusion of Luke who replaced a late withdrawal as he was already present to watch his brother play. The game started at a fast pace and the boys did look a little rusty and a little tired with many of them having already played in the morning. The team started to settle and seek to use the width that would create chances but some very good goal keeping and not so clinical finishing left the score level. The team continued to grow in confidence and it seemed only a matter of time before we would score and Chris Siddons was the first to react to a deflected shot to cooly poke home from close range. Robbie Hine was the next to score before half time with many of the boys now finding their touch. Luke Abai Haddon then made his appearance and did not take long to mark his debut with a goal of his own. Alessandro Miotto was next to find the target with a brave header before Robbie finished the game with a rifled second goal leaving the final score a well deserved 5-0 on the day. A huge thank you to all of the boys and their parents who made the effort to join us for what was a very pleasant afternoon of football and festivities.

Mr. Tatam

Head of Primary Physical Education


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