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KS2 Intra School Lunchtime Football Tournament


Y3 v Y4 (6/5/22)

A closely fought game ended in a 2-0 victory for Y4. 

Y4 started well, with two long range efforts going wide but Y3 gradually came into the game more, forcing two corners in quick succession. As they pushed forward however, more gaps appeared in their defence and Y4 took advantage, scoring two goals in the final part of the game to gain the 5 points on offer and become the early leaders in the league table.

Y4 v Y5 (13/5/22)

A tight contest ended in a 0-0 draw, 3 points were shared.

Y4 started the brighter of the two teams, attacking down the right wing with pace, forcing a save from the goalkeeper. Y5, who moved the ball well in midfield, forced a corner which was cleared. Another attempt from Y5 went wide, then another run down the wing by Y4 produced another chance, saved again by the goalkeeper. Honours were shared, Y4 finish their games with 8 points from a possible 10 and top the league for the time being.


Y5 v Y6 (20/5/22)

Points were shared in this fiercely fought battle.

Y5 and Y6 shared 3 points in their contest on Friday. Y6 had the better of the play, forcing some good saves from the Y5 goalkeeper. Y5 threatened the Y6 defence on a couple of occasions, a shout for a penalty turned down after good pressure from the Y6 defence. Y6 finished the stronger, and were still attacking as the time wore on. As the final whistle blew, Y5 were very happy with their share of 3 points, bringing their total points to 6. Y6 will play Y3 this week, and need to win by more than 2 goals in order to win the competition ahead of Y4.

Y6 v Y3 (27/5/22)

A pulsating game ended with a 3-1 victory for Y6.

Y3 started the game with 10 players to address the age difference and were 1-0 down inside the opening minute. However, they defended well and had chances to break on the counter attack. Y6 were awarded a penalty which was duely saved by the goalkeeper, and on a breakaway not long after Y3 equalised with a low shot into the bottom right corner. Y3's numbers were reduced throughout the game and they finished the game with 7 players. Y6 scored 2 late goals to make the score 3-1, which, with Y4's goal difference being +2, made the league table exactly equal. This means that there will be a play-off for the trophy after half term!

Y5 v Y3 (23/6/22)

A fantastic attacking display ended in a 3-0 win for Y5.

Y5 produced a fantastic attacking display (against 9 players for most of the game) to win the game 3-0 and go to the top of the league table for 24 hours. They started well, scoring a quick goal, closely followed by a second. Y3, missing their captain through injury, didn't really get out of their half but produced a fantastic defensive display to keep the game at 2-0 until the final minute when Y5 scored their third, and decisive goal. A penalty was missed in the last seconds but it didn't matter as Y5 had done enough to secure top spot in the league, if only for 24 hours.


Y4 v Y6 (24/6/22)

Y6 produced a disciplined display to win 2-0 and win the inaugural Intra-School football competition.

Both sides needed to win to win the competition but it was Y6 that started the better of the two teams, scoring two quick goals which meant that Y4 were on the back foot. A change of goalkeeper seemed to work, and Y4 settled into their stride, creating a couple of half chances but nothing really to test the Y6 goalkeeper. Y6 finished the stronger, hitting the crossbar in the final moments. They held on to their two goal cushion to ensure they finished top of the league and win the inaugural Intra-School football title.


Final table (W5, D3, L1)

Y6     13 points

Y5     11 points

Y4     9 points

Y3     3 points

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