Sports Report February 23 2024

Sports Report February 23 2024

Posted: 22nd February 2024

Prep School

The Prep School enjoyed their matches this week with some well-matched games with St Peters on Wednesday. The Year 6 girls had their first seven-a-side games, and once they started to understand their positioning they did really well. The Year 5 played three matches against St Peters and although a little rusty they gave it their all and worked really hard. Great space finding by Jaslyn, consistency from Amalie, and tenaciousness for Alyssa were some stand-out moments.

The U11 boys also against St Peters travelled away whilst the U10’s with a few U11  were at home. Again we enjoyed some even playing it in some windy and slightly damp conditions but the boys did really well and were glad of the run out!

Our Year 5 and 6 are out again for matches against Exeter today (Friday) and Year 4 are at festivals on Saturday for Hockey and Netball!

Senior School


U13A – Queen’s had a clinical performance in the D in this match. Tom put in a reverse stick screamer in the opening 5 minutes into the top corner of the goal. He followed this up once again with a great deflection from James reverse stick cross. Oliver had a composed performance in the centre of midfield finding some great passes to open up goal-scoring opportunities. Final score 5-2.

1st XI Hockey vs University of Bath 

The match ended up as a 1-0 defeat. But a good learning curve none the less. The boys enjoyed playing against a more experienced and older squad and rose to the challenge creating a lot of opportunities to score.  Despite the 1-0 loss the squad ended the match with a friendly penalty flick competition in which several players calmly despatched their respective flicks into the net.  We are looking to organise a return match against Bath University late in March!


The Castle School V Boys-U16A

In a thrilling encounter against Castle School, the Queen’s team demonstrated remarkable resilience in a hard-fought 3-3 draw. Despite initially trailing 1-3, the players, including Year 9 talents Ollie and Aidan, refused to be disheartened, mounting a determined comeback. Reece’s deflected free-kick ignited our resurgence, while Alex’s sensational weak foot finish, set up by a sublime through ball from Theo, showcased our team’s attacking prowess. Elise’s crucial equaliser further solidified our resolve. Throughout the match, Sunny’s exceptional saves in goal kept us in contention, underscoring our team’s unwavering determination. In the end, our spirited display earned us a well-deserved draw, highlighting the promising potential of our young squad.

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