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We have so far played three games in the newly formed Central League
Badsley 2 v 1 St Ann's
A great match that was keenly contested. St Ann's had Ismael missing due to sickness but the other children battled on bravely.
Badsley took the lead but St Ann's hit back straight away with a goal from the captain. Badsley re-took the lead and St Ann's tried everything to equalise, however, it wasn't to be. The team were rightly despondent but Mr Daughtry and Mr Skjold told the team to use this game as tool to help them in future matches.
St. Joseph's 2 v 4 St Ann's
St. Ann's put last week's match well and truly to bed after a muddy, hard fought victory in Rawmarsh. After a goal less first half St Ann's raced into a 3 nil lead only to be pegged back to 2-3. Charlie made some fine saves in the goal as the defenders put their bodies on the line to keep the score down. Ismael was back in the team and had a fantastic game setting up some of the goals. Eventually St. Ann's got the 4th to give St. Joseph's no way back. The team were delighted on the journey back to school where we reflected on last week's performance and understood that it helped to pave the way for this victory.
St Ann's 2 v 2 Eastwood Village
A great game of football between local rivals. St Ann's dominated the first half but Eastwood cam back strongly in the second half. St Ann's took a 1 nil lead and also missed a penalty but were pegged back and went on to be losing 2 v 1. Charlie saved a penalty for St Ann's and Riley scored the equaliser.
SAJI Fc took part in a 7-a-side tournament at Sitwell involving 9 schools.
They played 8, won 6 ,drew 2 and conceded no goals.
The team came first on goal difference and got a shield as the winners.
The school had special medals made for the children as we are so proud of them.
SAJI Fc took part in a 7-a-side tournament at Sitwell involving 7 schools.
They played 6, won 4 ,drew 2 and conceded no goals.
The team came second on goal difference and got a silver medal.
SAJIFC played a 7-a-side tournament on the 8th October. This was the first time that the team had played together but this didn't stop them getting to the semi-final. The team were unlucky and lost in the semi-final 1 nil. Mr Skjold and Mr Daughtry are very proud of this achievement especially as the team is made up of children from Y4, Y5 and Y6.