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Primary Physical Education: 

2010 Football Frenzy

Published Monday, September 13, 2010.


Several weeks ago Mr. Tatam approched all of Year 6 and offered us a chance to help with the Year 4 football tournament.  A group of our friends and I were chosen for either the position of ‘Manager’ or ‘Assistant Manager’ or ‘Referee’.  It was a great opportunity for us and we felt proud to be given the extra important responsibility.

On this sunny hot day, the action on the field was extremely exciting and no one knew what was going to happen next because the ball was flying from one side of the pitch to the other!  The competition was tough but our teams thought of ways to get the ball in the net!

We worked hard to help and encourage the Year 4’s. Many goals were scored by each and every team. What is sure is that they all played their very best.

We hope that Wednesday and Thursday will bring more surprises on the field and that we can experience some amazing goals and outstanding saves.

Posted on 9 September 2010 in the Patana News by Robbie Hine (6B), Sebie Bailey (6B), Ethan Abai-Haddon (6G), Jack Mathers (6E) in Primary




Well done to The Wolves and The Eagles who were the overall winners, however a huge congratulations must go to all that took part!! 

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