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Lower School Trinity Term Weekly News (week 4)
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Cricket: 4th Form Academy v Taverham Hall (A) Leave 13.05, return 18.30. Lunch second break
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Cricket: U13A v Taverham Hall (H) (Lower Close)
Term dates 12-13
Starts Wed 5 September, 2012
Half term: Thurs 25 Oct - Mon 5 Nov, 2012
Finishes Fri 14 Dec, 2012
Starts Tue 8 Jan, 2013
Half term: Sat 16 Feb - Sun 24 Feb, 2013
Finishes Fri 22 Mar, 2013
Starts Tue 16 Apr, 2013
Half term: Sat 25 May - Sun 2 Jun, 2013
Finishes Fri 5 July, 2013
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8 February 2011
Hockey club results
|Opponents||Team||Result||Goals||Player of the day|
|RHS||1st XI||W 4-3||S Plater x2, M Plater, C Callinan||S Plater|
|2nd XI||W 2-1||S Allen, F Hooper||S Allen|
|U15A||W 3-1||O Bailey x2, F Duncan||H Abbot|
|U15B||D 1-1||H Jolly|
|U13B||L 0-5||E Wang|
|U13C||W 2-1||S Crafer, H Steward||H Laming|
|U13D||W 2-0||M Webb||T Harris|
|U13A||L 1-6||H Montgomery||H Montgomery|
|U13B||W 1-0||A Fisher||T Carter|
Following the away journey we started brightly and Sam Plater emphatically converted an early penalty corner to take the lead. However, the well-organised RHS outfit proved a very difficult side to break down, and the condition of the pitch did not suit some of our more intricate players. RHS soon levelled and began to show a more aggressive side to their game. However, a superbly taken short corner, this time by Matt Plater, followed by an excellent deflection from Callum Callinan, propelled the team into a deserved 2 goal lead. Once more though, small errors cost us dear as RHS fired home two goals in quick succession to tie the scores. We again found ourselves turning to the Sam Plater drag flick to rescue the situation. His clinical finish late in the game proved enough for the victory in a game that was closer than it should have been.
There were a number of notable performances, especially from Jonny Jones and Ben Cushion.
Man of the match: Sam Plater
The potential of the 2nd XI seen in earlier games was finally realised with a comprehensive 2 - 1 victory over RHS. The team's structure and shape was much more pronounced than in previous performances, and all players began to gel effectively, creating numerous scoring chances. Indeed, had the finishing been slightly sharper, the goal tally would have certainly been greater.
Goals: Sam Allen and Freddie Hooper
Man of the match: Sam Allen
The 15As also put in an extremely encouraging performance, winning their first game of the season. Coming from behind against a big and physical RHS side, two goals from Ollie Bailey gave us the initiative. The team's determination to see out a win was clear, and a further goal was scored by Freddie Duncan to complete a 3-1 win.
Man of the Match: Henry Abbott for a much improved performance in defence.
We struggled somewhat to rediscover our form of late, and drew 1-1 in a slightly frustrating match. Overall, however, the team have had an excellent start to the season and look forward to their fixture on Thursday.
Man of match: Harry Jolly
We put out several U13 sides against Woodbridge. This year the U13s combines both L4 and U4 year groups.
0-5 against a very strong Woodbridge line-up.
Player of the day: Elliot Wang
After a solid start to the game we couldn't capitalise on our possession and went in 0-0 at half time. Soon after the break we found ourselves under pressure from the visitors and ended up falling behind 1-0. That proved to be the 'kick start' for the team in the second half and we replied with two quick goals, continuing to control the game until full time.
Scorers: Sam Crafer and Harry Steward
Player of the day: Henry Laming
We started our season with a comfortable 2-0 win against Woodbridge. Both goals came in the second half scored by Matthew Webb. The back four played particularly well, denying Woodbridge any opportunities at goal.
Player of the day : Tom Harris
The first game of the season, and for many of the boys their first game ever. We settled into playing our first real game on a real sized beautifully manicured pitch at Woodbridge with excitement. The first five minutes were close, with Woodbridge making two attempts on our goal, but to no avail. After a bit of direction the boys realised that a big hacking huddle in the centre of the pitch was rather fruitless and began to pass out to the wings. After this moment of realisation we scored and just kept going. An excellent start to the season. Notable performances included Kostia and Montcrieff in defence, clinical passing from Papworth, and some skill was provided upfront by G Bowen.
Thurday fixture against LANGLEY
The U1Bs had a comprehensive 6-2 win over Langley A team. Three goals in each half was just reward for some excellent passing hockey. Ben Ekbery's second goal was particularly memorable as it involved a number of players and started from our own D and finished with five first time passes.
Saturday fixtures against Beeston Hall
We made a bright start, taking an early lead through an excellent individual goal from Harry Montgomery. However, a strong Beeston outfit soon began to exert lots of pressure and threaten from penalty corners. Unfortunately, we lost our early structure and conceded a flurry of quick goals, going in 4-1 at the break. The second half began with some encouraging movement, but failure to retain possession meant we were constantly on the back foot.
Player of the day : Harry Montgomery
This was an extremely close match, and the deadlock was only broken by Alex Fisher's brilliant reverse hit. A very encouraging performance.
Player of the day: Toby Carter