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Gymnastics Competition 2019

On Friday 22nd March, our gymnastics squad attended the annual city gymnastics competition.  Eleven girls from Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 spent the day at St. Edmunds to compete against other primary school gymnasts.

They took part in both vault and floor routine  categories, against gymnasts of similar ability from Stage 1 to Stage 5.

All our gymnasts performed their best vaults and floor routines on the day and should be extremely proud of themselves. Their behaviour was also outstanding.

All our gymnasts are winners, as they had been to the elite gymnastics club and train to represent Warstones in a competition. Well done girls!

Mrs Walker

Medal winners

Stage 1 vault

Gold: Shekyna Needham

Silver: Scarlett Abrams.

Stage 2 vault

Bronze: Alisyia Pace and Amelia Kelly

Stage 3 floor

Gold: Ava Marandola

Stage 4 vault

Silver: Ava Marandola

 

Football Match Reports 2017-18

Warstones v St Judes 8.2.18

On Thursday 8th February 2018, Warstones football team travelled to St Judes, excited and raring to go for the opening game of the season.   

Warstones kicked off, attacked from the start, and in the second minute Keiyon was through on goal but he put his shot just over the bar. Minutes later though, Warstones opened the scoring with Mao netting a shot from 8 yards out on his school debut.

Following the Warstones goal, St Judes kicked off and pressed forward. After some crosses into the box, they found their striker one-on-one with Adam and he coolly finished levelling the score up at 1-1.

After some more attacking play and in a repeat of the last goal, St Judes played their striker through to a one-on-one with Adam and despite a possible off-side shout, as well as Adam’s best efforts to keep the ball out, they took the lead, 2-1.

After a positive half-time team talk from Mr McNaught, urging the boys to go and claim victory, Warstones pushed forward from the off in the second half. There was a lot of attacking play from both sides and many opportunities for counter-attacks too.

Despite lots of Warstones pressure, it was the home side that scored to make it 3-1 after a misunderstanding in the Warstones defence.

Trailing by two goals gave Warstones an incentive and they really put their hearts into the game. As a reward for all their hard work, a penalty was awarded after Japhet was taken down in the box. Perez (our captain) stepped up in calm fashion and rifled it into the top corner. 3-2. Game on!

With a draw and possible victory in sight, Warstones kept up the pressure on St Judes. Perez passed the ball to Herbie, who whipped in a cross for Mao to finish with an amazing volley, worthy of the Premier League, to even the score - 3-3.

Both teams were hungry for all 3 points but there was to be only one winner. Sadly for Warstones, it wasn’t their day and two minutes from full-time, St Judes scored the winning goal from the edge of the area to make the final score, 4-3.

In a show of good sportsmanship and respect for the opposition, Warstones shook hands at the end of the match and congratulated St Judes on their win. Although disappointed, the Warstones players can be proud of their performance and determination, especially Mao who was awarded Man of the Match from Mr McNaught.

With plenty of positives to focus on, Warstones can go with confidence into their next fixture, to be played against St Andrews at home on Monday 12th February 2018. Bring it on!

Written by Herbie McIntyre

Netball Match Reports 2017-18

Warstones v Woodfield 6.12.17

Warstones Win Win!

On Wednesday 6th December Warstones Primary School played against Woodfield in a netball match. There were 8 netballers playing: Chloe, Nevaeh, Siann, Lysia, Ellie, Adam, Jamie and Eliot.

Warstones won the match scoring 10 goals and Woodfield scoring 1. We played the match away against a fair team. There were 4 quarters, each 6 minutes long.

Reported by Lysia

 

Warstones v Christchurch 30.11.17

On Thursday 30th November, Warstones played their 5th match of the season against Christchurch. Despite the warm welcome by our friendly opponents, it turned out to be the coldest and most challenging match yet.

During the first quarter, Adam and Chloe got Warstones off to a great start scoring 3 goals between them. The second quarter slowed down but luckily Nevaeh managed to extend our lead to 4 0. After another change of players, the third quarter began. This quarter saw Christchurch fighting back and they managed to pull back 3 goals. Things were looking close until Jamie scored 2 goals to maintain our lead. At the end of the third quarter, Warstones were ahead with a score of 6 3. Christchurch were determined to well and scored another 3 goals bringing the score to 6 6. With some great defending from all of the Warstones team and a last minute goal from Siann, Warstones escaped with a narrow but well-deserved victory of 7 6!

Well done to the whole team: Adam, Eliot, Jamie, Ellie, Nevaeh, Chloe, Lysia and Siann and thank you to Mrs Humphrey, Jodie and the spectators who always support us.

Match report by Jamie Perks

 

Warstones v The Royal 23.11.17

Thursday 23rd November was a great day. Why?

Let me tell you why …

We played our 4th league match against The Royal School. After a slow and even start the first quarter ended in a 0 – 0 score with some great defending from both sides.

After a quick rotation of players, we headed into the second quarter soon putting the pressure on, with Ellie scoring 2 goals and Nevaeh scoring one from some brilliant passing and great team work (score 3 – 0 Warstones).

3rd quarter The Royal came back into the game by scoring 3 goals (end 3 – 3).

The final quarter was more tense with The Royal scoring a further 2 goals and us scoring 3 great goals from Siann (2) and Eliot (1).

Ending the game with a 6 – 5 victory to Warstones!

We all played amazingly well – well done guys. Great work Warstones Netball Team (Jamie, Adam, Eliot, Chloe, Lysia, Nevaeh, Ellie, Siann).

We also took a second team for a friendly game against The Royal B team which ended in a 1 – 1 score with Mao scoring our goal.

Great Team Work  Warstones

Thank you Mrs Humphrey, Mrs Smith, Jodie and Mr McNaught for taking us.

Thank you Mrs Smith for umpiring.

Reporter Ellie Humphreys

 

Warstones v Bantock Primary 16.11.17

On Thursday November 16th Warstones played a match against Bantock Primary School. We won 26 – 0. The people who participated were:

Nevaeh, Chloe, Siann, Lysia, Ellie, Jamie, Adam and Eliot.

Everyone played really well and worked well as a team. Also we had very good skills that Mrs Humphrey, Mrs Smith, Jodie (Ellie’s mum) and Jamie’s mum had taught us. So thank you to them.

Reported by Nevaeh Year 6BH

 

Warstones v Castlecroft 9.11.17

Wonderful Win for Warstones

Thursday 9th November

It was the second game of the season and Warstones netball team nervously awaited their opponents, Castlecroft. Eventually the game began. Time passed and people settled into their positions and as the  quarter came to an end, Warstones scored two goals.

The positions swapped and the goals kept coming for Warstones, with the opposition just scoring one goal. Some brilliant defensive play by all of Warstones, especially Adam Hodson and Lysia Turner.

As the final quarter came to an end, the score was Warstones 10 Castlecroft 1.

Reporter: Eliot Bailey

 

Warstones v Bhylls Acre 6.11.17

On Monday 6th November, Warstones played Bhylls Acre. We won 7 5 with Adam Hodson scoring the first goal and then Nevaeh Kallu scoring the next two. After the first quarter (6 minutes), Mrs Humphrey told us all our new positions. The second quarter began. This quarter was not so good as the opposition scored 2. The 3rd quarter was the opposite as Warstones scored 4 and in the 4th quarter, Warstones took their foot off the gas as they conceded 3.

After the match everyone shook hands and our captain Siann Needham thanked the umpire as Warstones started the netball season with a win.  

Mrs Humphrey said that she was very proud of the spirit the match had been played in.

Reported by Adam Hodson