11 Mar 2017
Football Results

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Tuesday 7th March

Vs Christ’s Hospital

U13B lost 2-1

U13C won 5-1

U13D won 5-0

Wednesday 8th March

1st XI lost 5-4 on Pens to Sutton (Semi Final Sutton Cup 0-0 AET)

2nd XI lost 3-1 VS RGS

3rd XI drew 1-1 VS RGS

Thursday 9th March

U15A beat Glenthorne 5-1

U12A drew 3-3 VS Glenthorne

Friday 10th March

U13B lost 2-0 VS Cedar’s U13A

Saturday 11th March

VS Dulwich

1st XI won 4-0

2nd XI won 3-1

3rd XI won 4-1

U15A won 5-0

U15B won 4-0

U15C lost 1-0

U14A lost 3-2

U14B won 4-2

U14C lost 10-1

U13A won 2-0

U13B won 2-0

U13C lost 4-2

U12A won 8-2

U12B drew 2-2

U12C lost 7-0

Player Of The Week: Kwajo Osafo-Maafo and Adrian Fuah scored two excellent goals each for the U14Bs in their good win versus Dulwich. Marcus Mar made some great saves and good all round handling for the U12As. Marcus Brown gave up the gloves for one week and was outstanding as centre forward for the U15Bs, even getting a goal. Player of the week goes to Finlay Michael who stepped in to play in goal for the U14Bs and was excellent between the sticks.

Team Of Week: The U12As scored some fantastic goals against Dulwich while putting in a good performance against a strong Glenthorne side on Thursday. The U15A made it 12 wins from 14 and 8 wins in a row. The U13B’s acquitted themselves well in playing against two A teams this week. This side’s team of the week goes to the U14Bs, who as a team were excellent against a good Dulwich team in their 4-2 win.

Saturday March 11th VS Dulwich

Saturday brought the busiest day of the football calendar with 15 teams and 200 students representing the school against Dulwich. There was some excellent football played and good sportsmanship on show on a lovely March day. Not even the bus breaking down could spoil the day!

In terms of a results it was also a successful day for Wilson’s winning 9 out of the 15 games. The full results:

Played 15

Won 9

Drew 1

Lost 5

Individual Goals:

Guy Rogers 4

Dubem Eze 3

Seyon Srishangar 3

Adrian Fuah 2

Kwajo Osafo-Maafo 2

Jacob De Sa 2

We would like to thank all teachers and sixth from students that helped the PE department fulfil the fixtures this weekend by giving up their Saturday mornings. It is greatly appreciated as always.