On Wednesday 9th May 2012, KSJ braved the rain to play in a tournament against 13 teams from North West Essex. We won all our matches. Here are the results:
KSJ Vs Rodings - We won 6:2
KSJ Vs Howe Green - We won 5:2
KSJ Vs Gt. Dunmow - We won 9:0
This means we won our group and had to play the other group winners to win the trophy.
KSJ Vs Dunmow St. Mary's - We won 6:1
KSJ Vs Gt. Chesterford - We won 6:0
We scored 32 and conceded 5.
Well done to the team. We have qualified for the Essex finals.
Here's the captain's report
On Wednesday the 9th May, our school netball went to play in a North
West Essex tournament at Birchwood High School. We were really
nervous! Our first match was against Rodings and we started off well
getting a number of goals in. our defenders were tight and didn’t let
any goals through. Starting centre with the ball, we managed to add
another two goals to the score. Unfortunately, they managed to get two
goals in. the final score was 6-2-which meant we had won our first
Our second match was the toughest team however; we kept our heads high
and were determined to win! Howe Green took first centre but our team
managed to get the ball- which we scored from. By the end of the first
quarter, we were drawing. The score was 2 all. Starting the next
quarter, we got three more goals in which mean that the final score
was 5-2 to us. So far, we had won all our matches!
This was the last match in the large school teams. We were against
Great Dunmow. If we wanted to get through to the final of the
tournament, we had to win this match to win our group. In the first
quarter, we our two shooters managed to score four goals together. In
the final quarter, we gave all we had and got five goals in- by Skye
and Katie W. The final score was 9-0. We had won our large school
Next we played Dunmow S.t Mary’s and won 6-1!
We played Great Chesterford and won 6-0! This meant that we had won
all our matches and brought the trophy home for three times in a row!
We would like to thank Mr Hull, Ttandi, Mrs Boyle, and all the parents
who came to support.
Skye S. and Charlotte S.