Young Norfolk Arts Festival
Friday 28 June to Sunday 7 July 2013
Lower School Trinity Term Weekly News (week 4)
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National Schools Regatta: J14, J15, J17 and WJ17 rowers travel to Nottingham
Cricket: Common Room Buccaneers v Nocturnes (H) (Lower Close)
Activities day for L4
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
FRIENDS CLOTHING SALES
Sales are held between 10am and 12 noon on the following days:
Saturday 25 May 2013
Saturday 6 July 2013
Saturday 31 August 2013
Girls' Hockey Club successes
16 October 2011
October 15 – matches against Langley
1st XI Drew 0-0
The opening patterns of play looked very promising and the defensive structure of the team was good. The first 25 minutes were predominantly played in the opposition's half but we could not convert our chances. There were a lot of improvements in our positional play but we lacked the goal scoring instinct up front. The Langley keeper played well and kept them in the game, managing to stop every one of our shots on goal. It looked likely to be one of those days when a quick slip of concentration could cause a late break away winner for the opposition, but the team fought well and their efforts should be commended. The final score remained 0-0. There was no individual player of the day as the whole team played remarkably well and have a lot of positives to take into this weeks training.
U13A Won 3-0
Goals: Alice Hopgood and Alice Whitmore.
Player of the day: Alice Whitmore
October 12 - matches against Norwich High
U12 A Drew 3-3
Goals: Lauren Rowe (3)
Player of the day: Lauren Rowe
U12B Lost 1-5
Scorer and player of the day was Honor Farrant.
U13A Won 5-2
Goals: Alice Hopgood and Alice Whitmore
Player of the day: Imogen Ray
U13 B Drew 1-1.
Players of the day: Molly Clayton and Liberty Collings
Girls’ U18 hockey schools championships.
Won 1, Lost 3
Yesterday the U18 girls travelled to Gresham's for the County Schools Championships. Our first game saw us face K.E.S, we played well but allowed one or two of their very strong players too much time on the ball and we lost 2-0. The second game was against Wymondham. Whilst we played some good hockey it took us a while to get into the game and by that stage we were 3-0 down. Langley were our third opposition. In this game we played really well and regained some confidence. Goals from Sandy Ni'Man and Natalie Woodward ensured a well deserved victory. Our final game was against a very physical Gresham's side. We started the game well but struggled to convert our chances. Two break away goals were scored from the opposition resulting in a 2-0 defeat. The whole team coped very well with the tough competition. They were a credit to their school in every aspect. A special mention must go to Hattie Ekbery and Ellie Lomax who fitted into the team excellently and played extremley well. Player of the tournament has to go to Tania Pendreich who held and controlled the midfield in every game. Whilst the results of the tournament did not go our way, there a lot of positives to take from it, and the girl's should be proud of their efforts.
Girls’ 2nd XI vs. St. Felix 1st Team
History was in the making when the girls 2nd XI won their first ever competitive fixture. The team has bonded well defensively and although they were on the back foot for long periods we managed to finish the first half the stronger team by creating some swift attacking hockey. St. Felix took control of the game in the second half but their failure to convert a number of chances led to Norwich School making a superb counter-attack down the flank, moving the ball from left to right resulting in Izzy Temple planting the ball in the left hand corner from the edge of the circle. The game finished 1-0 to Norwich. Player of the day: Ellie Trend.
October 8 - matches against Langley
The U16s travelled to Langley for their first match of the season. Despite having a number of key players unavailable, the team started well and took the lead through a crisp strike from Saskia Delacave. We doubled the lead through the same player after some excellent hockey and were looking in complete control. A momentary lapse of concentration gifted them a goal and they equalised late on after a goal mouth scramble to make the final score 2-2. Overall, the result did not reflect the performance and the team should be pleased with the way they played. Player of the match: Alice Guest for her excellent marking of their star player.
U14s Won 5-0. Goals from Sophie Cullens, Esther Anderson and player of the day Anouska Hodac Nicholls
The U12s travelled to St Felix on Saturday to play a minis tournament that included Taverham Hall, Barnardiston, Finborough, and St Felix. The girls performed strongly throughout the morning securing 2 victories, one draw and a single loss.
Player of the tournament: Phoebe Crane