Page Updated 15.12.17
Football Club Run by Mr Rhodes
Year 5 & 6 Tuesday 3.15 - 4.15
Year 3 & 4 Wednesday 3.15 - 4.15
On Thursday 30th November the boys team played Chalgrove School at home.
The team consisted of Max, Nicholas, Alex M, Harvey, Henry, Finlay, Haydon, Ethan M and William G. The boys played superbly and won 8-0!
Lots of the boys scored and there was an impressive goal from a corner, scored by Nicholas.
Girls Football Tournament:
On Monday 27th November six girls from Years 4, 5 and 6 took part in a Girls Football Tournament. Eight schools from the Wantage area took part. The team consisted of Grace, Laura, Olivia S, Harriet, Olivia M and Niamh.
They played three games, drawing 0-0 against Charlton B, losing 4-0 against Wantage A and winning 2-0 against St Nicholas. The girls made it through to the quarter finals against Wantage B but although they played exceptionally well they lost 2-1 in extra time.
Well done to the whole team and thank you to Mr Rhodes for coaching and taking them.
Football report 10th November - St Nicholas primary school Abingdon v Stanford primary school
1st half, St Nicholas kicked off, for the first 10 minutes the football was very good between both sides passing and moving. The first goal was to Stanford with a pass from Solomon in our half to Nicholas who scored. St Nicholas came back at Stanford from the kick off and quickly equalised, and before halftime they scored a second (HT 2-1 St Nicholas).
2nd half, Stanford kicked off and lost the ball with St Nicholas scoring to make it 3-1. Again both sides showed there strength's with the ball, when St Nicholas shot and scored to make the score 4-1. Each side gave each other plenty of ball time with a few corners, Stanford created another goal to make the score 4-2. Just before full time St Nicholas scored to make the final result 5-2.
Stanford team was Bailey, Max(captain), Haydon, Nicholas, Harvey, Alex, Finlay, Ethan, William and Man of the match was Solomon. Well done to all who played.
On Wednesday 11th October the Year 5/6 football team played Hagbourne School in a schools league and drew 2-2.
The boys put in their best efforts and represented the school well.