School Football Team
Results so far this season
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The school football team took part in the Autumn Cup last night. Out of their 5 games they won 1, drew 1 and unfortunately lost 3, meaning they were unable to progress to the next stage.
But the new league season starts next week so good luck to JFK
JFK football team travelled to Blackfell last night to get the league season underway. A keenly fought game finished 2-2. Credit goes to the boys for fighting back from 2-1 down to get the equaliser.
With a little bit of luck we could have nicked the winner near the end. Well done to Ben Baldwin and Charlie Clark for two excellent goals.
A postponement from Our Lady Queen of Peace means that game will be re-arranged for later in the year.
Next up is St Josephs and Usworth Colliery, at home next week.
A superb display to begin the night from JFK resulted in a 2-0 win against Usworth Colliery. It was a dominant performance from the boys and certainly the best of the season so far – with a little more luck there could’ve been a few more goals.
Our second game, against St Josephs, was a tough match against a really good team with a particularly potent front line. The boys played brilliantly to be 1 nil up at half time.
Unfortunately with the wind in our faces in the second half we conceded 3 goals. Despite this, it was an excellent display from the boys.
The best performance of the season against St. Bede’s resulted in a 1 nil win for the boys last night. From front to back the whole team played magnificently and Frazer Barker popped up with the winner near the end; it was nothing less than they deserved. We can go into our last two games before the winter break with confidence.
A bitterly disappointing result for the boys this week as they drew 1-1 with Biddick Primary.
It was a game they dominated but they couldn’t get a second goal, which unfortunately ended up costing them dearly when Biddick scored with the very last kick of the game. Despite this, they played some very good football which is a great positive and hopefully they can take this into next week against Holley Park at home.
Our last game before the start of the winter break resulted in a 1-0 victory against Holley Park. A solid performance from back to front meant it was a well-deserved win. We never really looked in any great danger but were constantly threatening in attack. Well done to Ethan Gilmore who came off the bench to score a wonderfully taken goal on his debut.