Holy Family Catholic Primary School

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Extra-Curricular Competitions and Results

Squad In Touch - 2019/20 

Parents / Guardians of competitors can view galleries and check results of fixtures via their Squad In Touch app.

We are working closely with Squad In Touch to integrate these onto our website. We endeavour to have this fully operational by Spring Term. 

 

U11 Girls Football - Gregory the Great 5-a-side @ Sportzone - 15/7/19

Congratulations to our girls football team who finished in a very respectable 5th place at a tournament with 18 teams in attendance. The girls started brilliantly - winning 4/5 of their morning league games and coming from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 in the other which saw them go through as league winners to the A final for the afternoon session.

The 'best of the best' afternoon league was always going to be a tough group, but the girls did really well to compete against all the teams in the afternoon, winning 1, drawing 1 and losing 3 (with 2 of those losses being really close games where we were unlucky not to at least earn a draw).

With most teams being made up entirely of Year 6s, our team included 2 Year 3s (Ala & Saoirse) and 3 Year 5s (Macey, CJ & Priscila) as well as our 3 Year 6s (Lillie D, Lilly O & Dannan) so the girls can certainly be proud of their efforts. 

A big "thank you" to Bailey and Ellise who were on Sports Leader duty for the day and helped the tournament run smoothly and worked hard on what was a very hot day. 

Player of the tournament: Year 3s shared it - Ala for bringing tonnes of energy to the midfield and scoring a peach of a goal, Saoirse for scoring more goals than any other player at the tournament. Well done, girls!  

 

U11 Girls Cricket @ Pudsey St. Lawrence - 12/7/19

Well done to the girls who took part in a cricket tournament at Pudsey St. Lawrence with 8 other teams. The girls were inexperienced in playing cricket and struggled a little in the morning against teams full of cricketers! However, the afternoon went much better with the girls winning both their afternoon matches - clearly they had got the hang of it! Well done girls. 

Team: Riya, Lillie, Lilly, CJ, Macey, Dannan, Saoirse, Emilia K 

Player of the tournament: Lilly O who took some excellent catches

Bishop Roche Netball 'A' Final @ Notre Dame College - 3/7/19

Congratulations to our Netballers who qualified to attend the 'A' final of the Bishop Roche Netball Tournament. The girls were up against some incredibly talented teams but did well to remain competitive in every game. 

Team: Lilly O (Captain), Lillie D, Riya, Emilia K, CJ, Macey, Priscila, Mariam

Player of the tournament: Emilia K 

Year 3/4 Mixed Football @ Crawshaw - 2/7/19

Team: Giuseppe (Captain), Igor, Ethan, Charlie R, Dawid, Markh, Harry, Jackson, Ala, Saoirse, Teanna

Player of the tournament: Giuseppe

Armley/Farnley Olympics @ JCCS - 27/6/19

Congratulations to our fantastic athletics team who came away from the Armley/Farnley Olympics with a bronze medal. Excellent work! 

U11 Girls Football - St Bart's Cup @ Goals Kirkstall - 19/6/19

The girls were phenomenal! We won every single game in the morning which obviously put us top of our league and through to the knock-out stages. Next up were St. Anthony's who are a good team but we managed to beat them 3-1 and get through to the quarter-final stage where we would play St. Margaret's Horsforth. Unfortunately we conceded very early in the game and before we knew it St. Margaret's were 3-0 up. Yet again the girls showed their team spirit and battled hard to get back into the game. Although we scored twice, that equalising goal just wouldn't go in even though we had plenty of chances. Final score was 3-2 to St. Margaret's and sadly we were out of the tournament. However, to even get out of the group, never mind to the quarter-finals, is a fantastic achievement and one all the girls should be proud of. Well done girls!

 

U11 Girls Netball Catholic Schools Tournament - 12/6/19

Our girls did brilliantly and finished 2nd which means they have qualified for the 'A' final in July. Well done girls, keep practising! 

Team: Lilly O (Capt), Lillie D, Emilia K, Riya, Mariam, CJ, Priscila, Macey

Player of the tournament: Lilly O for excellent shooting and Lillie D for being a machine at Centre! 

Rugby with Lois & Harvey from Leeds Rhinos - June 2019

We are very lucky that Gavyn from Leeds Rhinos Foundation but this month we have had even more experts coming in to help us.

Lois, who captains Leeds Rhinos Women's team - as well as playing for England - came in to give our Y5/6 girls a few tips ahead of their upcoming contact and tag tournaments at the end of the month. 

Years 1, 2 and 3 have all been working with Harvey who has been really impressed how good at rugby our younger children are.

Harvey and Lois will be bringing some flyers in to school about training sessions available at West Leeds RL club. They would love to see you there so keep an eye out for the flyers and make sure you get there if you can!

 

U11 Girls Football League Finals @ Cardinal Heenan - 24/5/19

 After another incredible season, our girls again qualified for the league finals where they faced very tough opposition in Shadwell, Highfield and IHoM. As we finished in 2nd place we played the team who finished 4th, IHoM, who we had beaten once and lost to once during the course of the season. Unfortunately, we lost despite playing some really good football at times, which meant we would face Shadwell in the 3rd/4th place play-off. Shadwell are a really good team who beat us heavily at the beginning of the season before we drew with them later on in the season. It was always going to be a tough game and the girls didn't make it any easier when they let Shadwell score more-or-less straight from the kick off. However, the girls were determined to keep fighting and after numerous chances that were agonisingly close had failed to go in the back of the net, eventually we got the equaliser we deserved which took the game to extra time. Sadly, it was Shadwell who scored next which led them to 3rd place. Holy Family girls can certainly hold their heads high finishing the season in 4th place out of 30 teams in the Leeds girls league. They have improved dramatically both individually and collectively throughout the course of the season. Well done, girls!

Brownlee Triathlon @ JCCS - 22/5/19

60 children from across KS2 took part in the fantastic Brownlee Triathlon event where they had to swim 50m, cycle for 800m and run for 400m. The children all worked their socks off, completing the event as quickly as they could whilst still finding time to encourage each other round. Well done, everyone! 

 

Leeds Tag Rugby Finals @ JCCS -21/5/19

Our tag rugby team qualified to take part in the Leeds tag rugby finals. The best teams in Leeds were there so it was certainly a tough day but the team got off to a great start by winning their league which meant they were through the the quarter-final stage. Sadly, we were beaten which meant we did not qualify for the next round where we would have represented Leeds at the West Yorkshire School Games - a competition which we won last year and were desperate to try and retain our crown! The team were understandably upset but they all played to the best of their ability which is all anyone can ask of them.

Team: Layton (Capt), Evan, Lucas, Kacper K, Chris, Harry, Priscila, Lillie, CJ & Dannan

Player of the tournament: Harry 

Year 5/6 Dodgeball - Cluster Tournament - 16/5/19

 Well done to our Year 5/6 Dodgeball Team who came joint 2nd at a Cluster Tournament on Thursday night. The team all played brilliantly and were unlucky to narrowly lose to Castleton in the final seconds of the final game, which meant Castleton won overall. Player of the match was a tough decision but Lilly O deserves the award for her battling performance; she played 75% of one game against Castleton completely by herself after her team mates were picked off one by one! Well done to the whole team; Miss Clayton was incredibly proud of the excellent sportsmanship you demonstrated throughout as well as superb dodgeball skills. 

Team: Lucas (Capt), Dylan, Shine, Daisy, Lilly O, Indi-Lei, Maisie, Connor & Bailey

U10 Girls Football - Friendly Vs Bramham - 14/5/19

Huge congratulations to our U10 girls who emphatically beat Bramham 10-2 in a friendly against them on Tuesday night. The future of our football team is looking bright girls, well done! 

Team: Saoirse, Ala, Casey, Charlize, Maya, Charlie T, Macey, Maisie, Priscila, CJ & Emilia P.  

U11 Football - Leeds & Holbeck Cup Final Vs Shadwell @ Garforth Town FC - 9/5/19 

Huge congratulations to our U11 Football team who beat Shadwell 2-0 to win the Leeds & Holbeck Cup on Thursday night at Garforth Town. The boys played superbly and thoroughly deserved their win. Thanks to all who came to support. 

Team: Evan (Capt), Lucas, Kacper K, Kacper R, Theo, Layton, Dylan, Chris, Finlay, Tristan, Darel

U11 Girls Football - League Vs Highfield @ Home - 2/5/19

In our final league game of the season, the girls were again missing several key players and faced very tough opposition in Highfield. The game was played at a frantic pace with both sides attacking and defending brilliantly for the first 10 minutes which kept the scores level at 0-0. A flurry of goals before half time saw Holy Family heading in to the break 3-1 down but very much still in the game. However, Highfield were able to bring on fresh legs for the second half which really lifted them against a tiring Holy Family team. Highfield secured the win with a flattering scoreline of 9-2 which understandably was met with huge disappointment from our girls.

The good news is that the girls have secured 2nd place in the league and have therefore qualified for the league finals on Friday 24th May at Priesthorpe. Opponents are TBC but it looks likely that we will face Immaculate Heart in the semi-final, who we beat 1-0 recently. Fingers crossed our injured players can recover in time! 

Team: Lillie D (Capt - 2 x goals), Lilly O, CJ, Priscila, Macey, Daisy, Maisie, Ala

U11 Girls Football - Cross Cluster Tournament @ Crawshaw - 30/4/19

 A somewhat depleted team travelled to Crawshaw for the Leeds Rhinos cross cluster tournament. Originally 11 girls were due to be part of the squad but unfortunately a series of injuries led to us going with just 7 players. However, the girls who played did a brilliant job of 'stepping up' and some excellent performances saw us win 1-0 against Cobden (goal from Saoirse), draw 0-0 with Farsley Springbank and win 1-0 against Southroyd (goal from Lillie D) which meant going into our final group game against Calverley Parkside we just had to avoid defeat in order to progress to the semi-finals. Sadly, the girls fell to a 1-0 defeat despite having the majority of possession and limiting Calverley Parkside to just one shot compared with our double-figure shot tally. Despite the loss, the girls should be proud of how they stood up against some tough opposition with no substitutes and two Year 3 girls playing in a tournament for Y5/6. Well done, girls!

Team: Lillie D (Capt), Lilly O, CJ, Macey, Ala, Saoirse, Priscila

Player of the tournament: Ala 

U11 Football - Semi-final Vs St. Paul's @ Home - 26/4/19

The boys faced a tough semi-final against St. Paul's which turned out to be a close game, finishing 3-2 to Holy Family thanks to a hatrick from Lucas. 

The team have now qualified for the cup final which will be held at Garforth Town FC on Thursday 9th May, 4pm KO Vs Shadwell. We would love to see lots of people there supporting the team! 

Team: Layton, Chris, Dylan, Theo, Evan, Lucas, Kacper R, Tristan, Darel, Kacper K

Player of the match: Lucas

U11 Football - West Leeds Finals @ Goals - 25/4/19

The team won all their group games:

  • 3-1 Vs Farsley Springbank (Lucas, Evan, Dylan)
  • 7-0 Vs Southroyd (Kacper x2, Evan x2, Lucas, Finlay, Tristan)
  • 5-1 Vs Valley View (Lucas x2, Finlay, Kacper, Evan)

Their semi-final opponents were Farsley Farfield who found themselves 2-0 down thanks to goals from Finlay and Dylan, but they rallied and got themselves back level just before the final whistle which sent the game into extra-time golden goal. Luckily, Evan scored an excellent goal to send Holy Family through to the final with a 3-2 victory.

The final was against Springbank who seemed to have improved vastly from the opening game where we had comfortably beaten them. After an incredibly close and tense 8 minutes, Dylan popped up with a great goal which turned out to be the winner. Credit to Springbank who were certainly deserved finalists. 

The win means we are the best U11 football team in West Leeds. Congratulations! 

Team: Evan (Capt), Lucas, Finlay, Kacper K, Layton, Theo, Tristan, Dylan

Player of the tournament: Evan

U11 Girls Vs Farsley Farfield (League game) - 23/4/19

In what was probably the best game of the season for the neutral to enjoy, it was unfortunate that the girls came away on the wrong side of a 6-5 scoreline (5 goals from Saoirse). Credit to Farsley who are a strong team but the girls were left feeling disappointed they did not win, despite being ahead at half-time. We're still 3rd in the league so still hopeful of qualifying for the finals but will certainly need to be more clinical if we do find ourselves involved.

Team: Lillie D (Capt), CJ, Macey, Dannan, Mary Kate, Priscila, Saoirse, Ala, Daisy, Lilly O

Player of the match: Saoirse

U11 Girls V Newlaithes - 16/4/19

 We played two games against Newlaithes; an U11 league game and an U10 friendly. Newlaithes are a very strong team and were able to play all Y6s in their U11 team and all Y5s in their U10 team. Our teams were: 

  • U11: Lilly O (GK), Dannan, Macey, Lillie D (Capt), Mary Kate, Priscila, Saoirse, Daisy
  • U10: Emilia P (GK), Charlie T, Ala, CJ, Maya H, Charlize, Maisie (Capt), Casey

Results were: U11 lost 5-0 and U10 loss 3-1 (goal from Charlize) 

Although the scorelines were disappointing it was fantastic to see so many girls playing football, working hard and enjoying themselves. A few of our U10s team had never played a football match before and despite lots of them being in Y3/4 they held their own against a strong team of Year 5s from Newlaithes. Our U11s were 1-0 down and still very much in the game at half time, but some excellent finishes from the Newlaithes striker won it for them. 

U11 Girls Football Update - 5/4/19

The girls have played the following matches recently:

  • St. Paul's (2-1 L,  goal from Mary Kate)
  • St. Urban's (2-0 W, both goals from Saoirse)
  • St. Augustine's (1-0 W, goal from Saoirse)
  • St. Patrick's (2-0 L)
  • Our Lady's (3-0 W, hatrick from Saoirse)
  • IHOM (1-1 D, goal from Lillie D)
  • St. Augustine's again (1-0 W, goal from Lillie D)

U11 Player of the Month is going to be a difficult decision! Saoirse has been scoring plenty of goals, Lillie D has chipped in with some really important goals, Macey and Dannan have been putting superb defensive displays, Lilly O has been making some incredible saves, Ala has burst onto the scene and shown she is able to compete against the older girls, Mary Kate has been commanding in midfield and scored an excellent goal, CJ has been versatile and played well wherever she's been asked to play, Priscila is really starting to understand her role in the team and use her skills at the right time and in the right places, Daisy has shown good leadership when playing at the back and Maisie has progressed enormously in recent weeks.  The girls are now up to 3rd in the league and are hoping to remain inside the top 4 in order to qualify for the league finals at the end of May. Keep up the hard work girls!

U11 Football - West Leeds Qualifier @ Goals - 28/3/19

The team started off strongly with a 2-0 win against Cobden (goals from Finlay and Lucas) followed by a 4-0 win against Lawns Park (goals from Finlay, Kacper and Lucas x 2 including one screamer!) and a 3-0 win against St. Bart's (hatrick from Lucas including another screamer!) so going into the final group game against Greenhill had won every game and not conceded a goal. Greenhill had also been doing very well and the winner of the final game would be the overall group winner, with the other team also going through to the semi-finals in second place. Qualification was secured but the team wanted to keep the momentum going and qualify with a 100% record. The game was very close but Holy Family took a deserved lead thanks to a goal from Darel. However, Greenhill responded well and quickly got an equaliser to make it 1-1. Finlay got his name on the score-sheet again with an excellent goal to restore Holy Family's lead which looked to be the winner before a late goal saw Greenhill get an equaliser to share the points with the final score 2-2. 

Despite scoring plenty of goals and keeping clean sheets in all the other league games, Greenhill actually went through as league winners on goal difference which placed Holy Family in second and consequently their semi-final opponents would be the undefeated Five Lanes who cruised to victory in the other league. 

The semi-final started terribly with Five Lanes scoring twice in quick succession. Holy Family momentarily seemed to have lost their rhythm but Captain Evan came to the rescue and scored twice to level the scores and send the game into golden goal extra time. 

A tense 5 minutes of golden goal passed with nobody scoring which led to the dreaded penalties which were to be decided in knock-out style. Whoever lost it was going to be a cruel way to lose as both teams had played superbly and arguably both deserved to go through to the next round. 

Lucas stepped up to take the first penalty, knowing that if he missed it would hand Five Lanes a golden opportunity. Undeterred, Lucas slotted home calmly and precisely. Five Lanes were up next and although Layton went the right way, the power behind the penalty beat him and it was 1-1. Evan was up next. He handled the pressure brilliantly and slammed home to give Holy Family a 2-1 lead. Unfortunately for Five Lanes, their next penalty taker hit the post which meant Holy Family had won! 

Although the boys were delighted to have finally won on penalties (traditionally we are 'England' in penalty shoot-outs!) it was great to see them winning graciously and showing fantastic sportsmanship towards the Five Lanes players who were understandably devastated. Commiserations to Five Lanes as it is a horrible way to lose a football match but huge well done to our team who are now through to the West Leeds Finals on Thursday 25th April. 

Team: Darel, Dylan, Evan (Capt), Finlay, Kacper K, Layton, Lucas, Theo, Tristan

Player of the tournament: shared between Finlay who played out of his skin and Lucas who scored some sensational goals (#screamer)

West Yorkshire School Games - U11 Orienteering - 27/3/19

Finlay, Evan, Lillie D & Lucas travelled to Leeds Beckett University to represent Leeds in in the Orienteering event at the West Yorkshire School Games, having won the Leeds heat earlier this month. With the best teams from Kirklees, Bradford, Calderdale and Wakefield, as well as other strong teams from Leeds, the competition was obviously going to be tough. However... the team came 1ST making them West Yorkshire CHAMPIONS! A phenomenal achievement. Huge congratulations team - we are all so proud of you! Superb athleticism and map reading skills. 

U11 Girls Football - League game Vs Bramham - 22/3/19

 The girls played a double-header against Bramham on Friday evening. Lillie D scored an excellent goal early on to give Holy Family a 1-0 lead which they managed to hold on to and finally secure 3 points away from home this season! In the second game, Holy Family were attacking uphill and despite creating numerous chances just couldn't find the back of the net which left the scores level at 0-0. Still, a decent haul of points which sees the team move up to 7th in the league (out of 28 teams). Fingers crossed they can make a late surge towards to top 4 and in doing so qualify for the finals in May. 

Team: CJ, Daisy, Lillie D (Capt), Lilly O, Maisie, Macey, Mary Kate, Priscila, Saoirse

Player of the match: Priscila

U11 Mixed Tag Rugby - West Leeds Qualifier - 21/3/19

Match Report by Harry R (Sports Leader)

Game 1 Vs Farsley Farfield

 In the first game, nothing really happened in the first 4 minutes until Lucas scored a try making it 1-0. However, Farsley managed to score with about 2 minutes left making it 1-1. The end score for the first game was 1-1.

Game 2 Vs Greenhill

In the second game, Layton scored with about a minute gone making it 1-0. Layton then scored again to make it 2-0. Greenhill then scored to make it 2-1. The team didn't give up though because Evan scored a try to make it 3-1 before Lucas added another to make the final score 4-1 to Holy Family. 

Game 3 Vs Pudsey Bolton Royd

In the third game, Lucas scored quickly with about 45 seconds on the clock to make it 1-0. However, they scored shortly after now 1-1. The team didn't stop though; Evan scored again to make it 2-1. Lucas then scored to make it 3-1 and put himself on a hatrick. Evan got another to make it 4-1 before finally Lucas got his hatrick to make it 5-1 to Holy Family.

Game 4 Vs Southroyd

The team started off well with Lucas making it 1-0. Unfortunately Southroyd scored to make it 1-1. However, Lucas scored again to make the score 2-1 with about 2 minutes left. Sadly, Southroyd scored with seconds remaining to make the final score 2-2. 

Game 5 Vs Cobden (who had won all their games so far)

Cobden started off strong scoring 2 quick tries before Lucas scored to make it 2-1. Cobden then scored again. After that, Kacper K scored to make it 3-2 before Cobden got another to make it 4-2. Lucas scored very shortly after putting the team back into the game at 4-3. Cobden scored another to make it 5-3 before Layton got another just before the end to make it 5-4. 

 

The league games were over... Holy Family qualified in second place  and would go on to play Bramley St. Peter's (who had won the other league) in the semi-finals which would certainly be a tough test. The winner of the semi-final would go straight through to the Leeds finals which are to be held in April. 

 

Semi-final Vs Bramley St. Peter's

 This was the game to get the team into the final so we had to win this! Luckily, Evan scored early on to make it 1-0. Lucas then took a tough fall but was still okay and to show it he scored a try to make it 2-0. Well done to Holy Family and good luck in the Leeds final! 

 

Team: Chris, CJ, Dannan, Evan, Finlay, Kacper K, Layton (Capt), Lillie D, Lucas, Priscila

Sports Leader: Harry R 

Player of the tournament: tied between Evan (excellent in defence), Lucas (sensational in attack) and Layton (fantastic leadership)  

 

U11 Girls Football - League game Vs  West End - 19/3/19

In what was probably the most competitive game we've played this season, against a very strong and athletic West End team, the girls started strongly and at half time the score was 3 all thanks to a goal from Lillie D and two from Saoirse. However, the visitors started the second half the brighter and punished Holy Family who conceded twice in quick succession after the restart. A hatrick goal from Saoirse made it 5-4 to West End and ensured a very tense final 5 minutes where Holy Family were applying lots of pressure but just couldn't find the goal they needed. West End added another just before the final whistle which made it a disappointing 6-4 loss for the girls but a very entertaining game where Holy Family held their own against really good opposition. 

 

Team: CJ, Daisy, Lillie D (Capt), Lilly O, Macey, Mary Kate, Priscila, Saoirse.

Player of the match: Mary Kate 

U11 High Five Netball League Game Vs Sacred Heart - 18/3/19

Both teams were playing some excellent netball and for large periods of the game cancelled each other out; the first quarter ended 0-0, the second quarter finished 1-1, the third quarter was 3-1 to Sacred Heart before an end-to-end final quarter eventually saw Sacred Heart win 6-3. We might not have won, but this was by far our best performance of the season (against really strong opponents) and will certainly give the team confidence going into their final game of the season next week against Froebelian. 

 Team: Lilly O (Captain), Layton, Evan, Dylan, CJ, Riya, Macey & Lillie D

Player of the match: Dylan who worked tirelessly in all the positions he played. Well done!

Girls Tag Rugby with Leeds Rhinos - 13/3/19

Some of our Year 5/6 girls were lucky enough to be offered a coaching session with Shannon, Danika & Abi from Leeds Rhinos. The girls enjoyed taking part in some drills to improve their skills, before they moved on to playing friendlies against Castleton and Cobden who had joined us for the evening. Despite being very, very cold, the girls all had a great time. If anyone really enjoyed it and would like to attend the taster session at West Leeds, please see the details on the poster below. Year 5 girls can attend training but would not be allowed to play matches until they are in Year 6. It would be great if we could get one of our girls playing for Leeds Rhinos in future - just like Shannon who went to Castleton when she was younger. 

Team: Daisy, Emilia K, Ellise, Lillie, Riya, Priscila, CJ, Macey, Mariam, Maisie

Orienteering - Nunroyd Park - 12/3/19

16 children from across Key Stage 2 took part in a brilliant event at Nunroyd Park in Yeadon, on what was a very wet and windy Tuesday! Year 3/4 had two teams taking part, as did Years 5/6. Children had to locate 6 different places in the park by using a map. When they reached each location, they had to place a dabber inside a box which electronically recorded that they had found the correct place. All of this had to be done against the clock, as well as against lots of other teams. All the children who took part have been attending Cross Country Club every week and it was really noticeable as every single person ran superbly. They had to combine their physical fitness with map reading skills, as well as working well in a team. 

We are really proud of all our athletes. We had 3 teams who came away from the event with medals and one team have qualified to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire School Games on 27th March. Well done all! 

 

Year 3/4 Teams:

1) Saoirse, Ethan, Igor & Charlize (3rd place)

2) Danial, Giuseppe, Jackson & Maya

 

Year 5/6 Teams:

1) Lillie, Finlay, Evan & Lucas (1st place)

2) Chris, CJ, Macey & Harry (3rd place)  

LSSA Cross Country League Race - Middleton Park - 9/3/19

A big well done to all our athletes who turned up on a very cold, wet and windy Saturday morning to take part in the final LSSA cross country race of the year. Excellent effort from everyone! 

U11 Football - Friendly away Vs St. Phillip's - 8/3/19

Some of our U11 footballers travelled to St. Phillip's for a friendly. The conditions were extremely difficult; very muddy, very wet and very cold! However, the team got stuck in and battled hard, though the final score was 5-3 to St. Phillip's. Layton made some superb saves and Tristan scored an excellent hatrick. 

Team: Layton (Captain), Kacper K, Nahum, Chris, Bailey, Sam, Tristan, Josh C, Logan, Connor.

Players of the match: Layton & Tristan 

Girls Netball - Cluster Tournament @ Dixons Unity Academy - 7/3/19

The girls played at Dixons Unity Academy in a Cluster Tournament against Castleton, St. Bart's, Cobden, Ryecroft and Greenhill. The matches were only 5 minutes long each and were therefore quite low-scoring, however, the girls did brilliantly against some really tough competition. Final scores were:

  • Holy Family 3 - 0 Greenhill   
  • Holy Family 1 - 1 Castleton
  • Holy Family 0 - 0 Cobden
  • Holy Family 1 - 2 Ryecroft
  • Holy Family 0 -2 St. Bart's  

Player of the tournament was Riya who scored some excellent goals. A big well done also to Dannan, who played her first ever netball matches and did an excellent job considering she only started playing this half term! 

Team: Lilly O (Captain),  Riya, Lillie D,  Dannan,  Macey & CJ 

West Yorkshire Cross Country Finals @ Temple Newsam - 6/3/19

Congratulations to Charlize who qualified to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire Cross Country Finals against the best runners from Calderdale,  Kirklees, Wakefield and Bradford. Out of 137 runners, Charlize finished in an impressive 42nd place. Well done, Charlize, we are really proud of you! 

High Five Netball @ Cookridge 26/2/19

Our netball team travelled to Cookridge for league games against Cookridge and Ireland Wood. We have been trying really hard to improve our shooting technique and finally scored some league goals - wahoo! We lost both games but played some good netball and have definitely improved a lot since our previous league games. 

 

Team: Lilly O (Captain), Riya, Lillie D, Evan, Layton, Cady-Jade & Macey. 

Player of the match against Cookridge was Layton and against Ireland Wood was Cady-Jade.

Netball @ Dixons Unity Academy 7/2/19

 Some of our netballers played in a practice tournament against lots of other schools. This was to prepare them for another upcoming tournament which will be held on Thursday 7th March. The girls all played brilliantly and can go into the next tournament with lots of confidence. 

Team: Lilly O (Captain), Lillie D, Riya, Cady-Jade, Macey, Natalia

 

Cross Country @ Temple Newsam (6/2/19)

Congratulations to Lillie, Finlay, Natalia, Charlize and Saoirse who all qualified to run in the Leeds Cross Country Finals at Temple Newsam. All of our athletes ran superbly and we are extremely proud of them all. Special mentions to Lillie who finished in 6th place and Charlize who finished in 15th place. Well done! 

Girls Football Home Vs Meanwood (5/2/19)

The rain may have been lashing down but it certainly didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the team! The girls got off to a flying start with goals galore and despite going behind early on, they rallied together and ended up going in to the half-time break 6-2 up. The second half was slightly less manic but still saw 5 more goals. Final score was 8-5 to Holy Family.  Captain Lillie celebrated her birthday with some excellent goals. Two wins on the bounce - let's keep the run going girls! 

Team: Lillie D (Captain), Lilly O, Daisy, Dannan, Cady-Jade, Macey, Maisie & Saoirse. 

Player of the match: Lillie D

Girls Football Away Vs Shadwell (4/2/19)

The girls were out for revenge after the reverse fixture saw them on the wrong end of a 12-2 scoreline. With many of the team playing their first game on grass this season, the girls put in an excellent performance and thanks to a first-half goal from Saoirse, we won the game 1-0. However, the scoreline really does not reflect the game, with both teams creating but missing numerous chances; it could easily have finished 10-10! Well done to the team for an excellent performance and particularly well done to Lilly for conquering her apparent fear of mud! 

Team: Lillie D, Lilly O, Dannan, Cady-Jade, Macey, Maisie, Natalia & Saoirse. 

Player of the match: Maisie