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    YEAR 10 GIRLS MATCH REPORTS


    Saturday 25th January vs AEGS

    The U15 girls went out feeling confident about their performance against AESG after a positive training session. Within the first 5 minutes the girls had taken a 1-0 lead with Tori Blackwell slipping a deflection past the goalkeeper. The atmosphere of the game was great with both teams having a laugh with the amount of players slipping over! The girls built their playing style back up driving down the wings of the pitch and using the pivot very well. By half time they had a 2-0 lead with Georgia having scored a great goal unstoppable by the keeper from a cross put in by Allana. At half time, the team were told that they had to keep playing the ball wide as they had begun to play very much down the middle. AESG didn’t even get a look in at goal, as they only made it in to the King’s half once. The team began to play a few more balls wide but still had a tendency to go down the middle but they were not punished for this. As the full time whistle went, King’s had secured a 3-0 win with another goal being fired into the back of the net by Georgia. Congratulations to Eleanor Toms who was voted player of the game.

     Saturday 1st February vs Liverpool College

    This weekend proved to be another positive win for the U15 girl team with a successful win against Liverpool College. Despite a slippy, slightly icy pitch, the team played the ball down the wings and had a very goal bound vision. The right corner of the pitch was too slippy to go down so the ball was predominantly played down the left. By half time the girls had taken 3-0 lead. At half time the team doubted their performance showing the high level they wish to achieve and play at. In the second half, the ball was transferred from side to side barely giving Liverpool College a chance to intercept the passes. The determination of the girls and the pace they put on each ball ended up in the back of the net two more times. Well done to the goal scorers Allana Buckingham x2, Briony Phillips x2, and Charlotte Horne x1. Also congratulations to the player of the game Allana Buckingham and the coaches player Briony Phillips.


    GIRLS SPORTING SUCCESS 

    Girls Hockey

    A number of girls have been going through the representative hockey training and selection process from October to December. The following girls should be congratulated on their achievements so far from progressing through the Junior Development Centre stage to the Junior Academy Centre Stage (East Cheshire). These girls will represent East Cheshire in a tournament after several training days post-Christmas.

    Year 9

    Annabel Hebb

    Victoria Blackwell

    Year 10

    Allana Buckingham

    Eleanor Toms

    Georgia Hehir

    Year 11

    Helen Lyons

     

    We wish the girls the very best of luck in the remaining stages of the process.

     

    Biathlon

    The National Biathlon Championships are being held in April next year, good luck to Katie and Rebecca Hughes who will be competing in this.

    Cross-Country

    The following girls have been selected to represent Macclesfield in the County Championships at Knight’s Grange in Winsford on January 18th: Katie Hughes, Lulu Griffiths, Tanisha Orchard, Jodie Foxton, Amy Johnson, Chantelle Carroll, Evie Hancox, Olivia Moores, and Georgina Boden. This is a very strong representation at all age levels and shows the depth of talent for cross country running in the school. 

    NO MORE AFTER SCHOOL NETBALL AFTER TUESDAY 1ST APRIL

    posted 1 Apr 2014 01:17 by sarah hopkin   [ updated 1 Apr 2014 07:42 ]

    There are no more after school netball practices after Tuesday 1st April as there are no more fixtures, please can all girls hand in their netball dresses to the PE Office. 

    Netball County Tournament Results

    posted 31 Mar 2014 04:31 by sarah hopkin   [ updated 31 Mar 2014 06:12 ]

    Results of U12 Netball County Tournament 

    11 teams entered so the teams played each other in a round robin, therefore each team played 10 matches.

     

    King’s were unbeaten in all 10 matches and were the overall winners  and U12 County Champions:

     

    V Fallibroome – Won 5-4

    V Lymm – Won 12-1

    V Bridgewater  Drew 5

    V EPCHS  Won 12-0-5

    V Wilmslow  Won 2-0

    V Helsby  Won 9-3

    V UCEA  Won 13-1

    V Bishop’s  Won 8-6

                                                                                      V Kings Chester Won 5-4

                                                                                      V Neston  Won 16-1

     

    They were exhausted by the end but played some fabulous netball, I was very proud of them.

     

    Results of U13 Netball County Tournament

     

    The girls played really well all day and despite missing some key players due to illness and other sports commitments, they did very well but narrowly missed reaching the semi finals;

     

    V Bridgewater  Won 8-4

    V Neston  Won 13-0

    V AESG  Lost 4-5

    V UCEA  Won 14-0

    V Fallibroome  Lost 5-7

    V Christleton  Lost 1-16

    V Bishops  Won 5-4

     

    Results of U14 Netball County Tournament


    Kings V EPCH won 5-3
    Kings V Christleton lost 4-6
    Kings V Neston won15-0
    Kings V Wade Deacon won11-6
    Kings V Lymm drew 4-4

    There were 13 teams from under 14's.

    SEMI-FINALS
    Kings Macc v Kings Chester won 10-9

    FINAL
    Kings V Chrislteton lost 9-6

    Some fabulous netball played, Antonia Bianchi won player of the day, although the entire team were little stars.


    YEAR 7 VS YEAR 5 KINGS GIRLS HOCKEY

    posted 27 Mar 2014 07:21 by sarah hopkin

    On Monday 31st March the Year 7 Girl's hockey players will be taking on the Year 5 hockey players in their last game of the season at Cumberland Street on the new pitch. This is a great opportunity for the younger years to play on the new facility. Can parents please pick their daughters up from C/S at 5:15pm in the Rock Block Car Park. If you have any problems please contact Miss Hopkin at sarah.hopkin@kingsmac.co.uk. 

    GIRLS: NO MORE AFTER SCHOOL HOCKEY TRAINING

    posted 24 Mar 2014 07:17 by sarah hopkin   [ updated 24 Mar 2014 07:18 ]

    There is no more after school hockey training for girls as there are no more fixtures!

    Great end to the Hockey Season for the Year 10 Girls!

    posted 17 Mar 2014 05:24 by sarah hopkin

    The year 10 girls’ hockey team played their final game of the season against Withington on Saturday. Despite losing players to cheerleading and other events leaving them with only 5 of their own age group they borrowed 6 of the year 9s who upped their standard proving to be really skilful hockey players. The team, who hadn’t played together in this formation went out with a positive attitude and took Withington aback after starting the game with a strong attack. Not long into the game, the girls won a short corner which was deflected in by Allana after a good effort from Georgina going slightly wide. The team were straight back within minutes winning themselves another short. Georgia‘s great strike at the top of the circle took a deflection in to the bottom corner by Allana. At half time, the team had little improvements to make, so maintained the high team moral and prepared for the second half of the game.

    Anna Cartwright was substituted at half time due to illness so yet again another year 9 stepped in to fill the gap in the squad. In the second half both Georgia and Allana made threatening runs putting the pressure on the Withington’s defence. This high press closed the gaps not allowing any balls through. The pressure every player placed on Withington forced them to make mistakes providing opportunities for more counter attacks. Withington had an attacking break on King’s putting the pressure on the whole team causing heart’s to be placed in mouth’s but the defence were patient and worked to play the ball out wide allowing the pressure to be lifted. An excellent clearance from Eleanor out to Georgia provided another attack allowing the ball to be played down to the right for Allana to get on the end of. After Allana went round the defence and keeper for Withington, she slotted it into the back of the net securing a comfortable 3-0 lead. Not too long before the final whistle Eleanor won a short corner which was slotted away by Allana giving them a successful victory of 4-0 by full time. Georgia was unlucky not to score along with Verity and the Boden sisters. After a liability for missing short corners, the girls converted the most short corners they've ever done in one game. Despite many of the players not working together in this formation before, the team proved what versatile players they all were and how their determination and drive for victory paid off.

    A huge thank you to all the younger girls who stepped in last minute to give the Year 10’s a team and helped them enjoy their final game of the season!

    Well done to Georgia Hehir who was voted player of the game by Withington.

    Well done to Allana Buckingham who scored all 4 goals and was given the coaches player of the game.

    Kings vs Fallibroome: Thursday 13th March

    posted 17 Mar 2014 05:21 by sarah hopkin

    On Thursday night, the Year 10 hockey team played Fallibroome in their after school training session. The game was undoubtedly going to test the girls’ mental toughness and maturity to forget that they knew many of the opposition. In the first half, King’s struggled to get in to the game and the team were not making decisions to their usual standards. At half time it was brought into realisation that Fallibroome despite having a strong team were beatable and that every player on the team needed to up their work rate. The team looked like a completely new team in the second half, they transferred the ball, and started to utilise their skills to get around the opposition. The team made strong attacks down the right and demonstrated the difference in their performance after winning four short corners in the second half compared to not entering the circle in the first. The team were unlucky to win in the end, as they played the hockey they have proved throughout the season to be capable of playing. It was disappointing for the girls to know that if they had played to their full potential for the whole game, that the outcome could have been more in their favor.

    Fantastic game for Anna Cartwright who was awarded player of the game due to a strong mentality, good decision making and chasing down loose balls. 

    Kings vs Altrincham Girls Grammar School: Saturday 8th March

    posted 17 Mar 2014 05:19 by sarah hopkin

    The Year 10 hockey team were determined to maintain their victory against Altrincham Girls School. From the first whistle the team started a strong attack scaring the opposition. The team pressed very high but had to quickly recover when Altrincham had a break. Emily Jaques made some fantastic saves keeping the team in the game. The team took an early lead with a goal from Charlotte Horne after many head in your hand moments as the team attempted to get the ball in the back of the net. At half time, the team discussed their performance and agreed that they were not playing to their full potential and were showing Altrincham Grammar more of the ball than they deserved. After some doubts in their ability, the team set up fast making sure Altrincham knew that King’s were ready to play there high level of hockey. From the whistle starting the second half, King’s made attacking and threatening runs down the right, moved the ball across the pitch and made themselves a nuisance in Altrincham’s circle. The defence reacted to any breaks that Altrincham had, allowing the ball to enter their circle so rarely. The girls used their ball manipulation skills to move the opposition and counter attack them. Georgia scored a great goal with a powerful hit which put the team ahead by two goals. Briony scored a fantastic deflection with a cross coming in from the right wing, which she easily put past the keeper. To the girl’s disappointment Altrincham managed to squeeze a goal in. The game finished with King’s taking a 3-1 win and regaining the victory against one of their main rival teams. The second half of the game was fantastic, girls from younger years watching on the sideline commented on how scared they were of the Year 10 team and they were stood on the sideline and admired the level they played!

     

    Congratulations to player of the game Allana Buckingham voted by Altrincham Grammar and players’ player Emily Jaques who had her best game making some fantastic saves. 

    Kings Vs Stuart Melville:Friday 7th March

    posted 17 Mar 2014 05:18 by sarah hopkin

    In the Year 10 girls’ games lesson, the hockey team played a Scottish touring school from Edinburgh and despite losing players to injury played with a new team like they had been together all season. Edinburgh took a 1-0 lead making the girls react and come back fighting. Once the girls started playing together as a team and using each player Edinburgh were taken aback by the standard they began to play. Natalie Stevens scored a deflection not long after Edinburgh had scored bringing the game back to even chances. Shortly after King’s won a short corner which was touched by many players before Nat found the back of the goal. Briony scored a fantastic goal on a first time strike just above the back board securing a 3-1 lead at half time. During the team talk, the girls agreed playing with an even tighter press and to hold their positions even tighter. The ball begun to be driven down the right onto the opposition’s weak side giving King’s an advantage. In the second half, a strike from Georgia which hit the post and rebounded fast was picked up by Nat’s quick reactions and slipped past the keeper to take the game to 4-1. In the final minutes Edinburgh managed to clench another goal, but the effort put in to this game by King’s was demonstrated by the number of girls with aching muscles and out of breath players at the end.

    Well done to Evie Homer and Eleanor Toms who were awarded players of the game.

    Rydal Invitation Netball Tournamnet

    posted 10 Mar 2014 06:42 by sarah hopkin   [ updated 10 Mar 2014 08:07 ]

    Results of Rydal Invitation Netball Tournamnet Saturday March 8th

     

    The U13 and U15 Netball teams traveled to Rydal Penrhos School in Colwyn Bay, North Wales for the Invitation Netball tournament on Saturday.

     Both teams exhibited excellent netball skills and worked extremely hard throughout the day to achieve some really impressive results against the opposition.

     

    The U15 Team won all their games and were overall Winners of their tournament and the U13 team won all their games except the final one where they played their toughest opposition. They finished in 2nd place overall so were runners up in the U13 tournamnet  (both teams received  Trophies and Medals for presentation in Thursday’s assembly).

     

    U15


    v Ellesmere College – Won 10-1

    v Rydal A                - Won 16-0

    v Rossall                - Won 11-2

    v Rydal B                - Won 17-1

     



    U13


    V Rossall                   - Won 19-4

    V Rydal B                  - Won 13-0

    V Rydal A                  - Won  11-2

    V St Mary’s Hall  B     - Won  6-0

    V St Mary’s Hall A      - Lost   2-11


    A GREAT SET OF RESULTS,WELL DONE TO ALL GIRLS INVOLVED!!

    YEAR 10 GIRLS HOCKEY MATCH REPORTS

    posted 12 Feb 2014 03:49 by sarah hopkin   [ updated 12 Feb 2014 03:49 ]

    Saturday 25th January vs AEGS

    The U15 girls went out feeling confident about their performance against AESG after a positive training session. Within the first 5 minutes the girls had taken a 1-0 lead with Tori Blackwell slipping a deflection past the goalkeeper. The atmosphere of the game was great with both teams having a laugh with the amount of players slipping over! The girls built their playing style back up driving down the wings of the pitch and using the pivot very well. By half time they had a 2-0 lead with Georgia having scored a great goal unstoppable by the keeper from a cross put in by Allana. At half time, the team were told that they had to keep playing the ball wide as they had begun to play very much down the middle. AESG didn’t even get a look in at goal, as they only made it in to the King’s half once. The team began to play a few more balls wide but still had a tendency to go down the middle but they were not punished for this. As the full time whistle went, King’s had secured a 3-0 win with another goal being fired into the back of the net by Georgia. Congratulations to Eleanor Toms who was voted player of the game.

     Saturday 1st February vs Liverpool College

    This weekend proved to be another positive win for the U15 girl team with a successful win against Liverpool College. Despite a slippy, slightly icy pitch, the team played the ball down the wings and had a very goal bound vision. The right corner of the pitch was too slippy to go down so the ball was predominantly played down the left. By half time the girls had taken 3-0 lead. At half time the team doubted their performance showing the high level they wish to achieve and play at. In the second half, the ball was transferred from side to side barely giving Liverpool College a chance to intercept the passes. The determination of the girls and the pace they put on each ball ended up in the back of the net two more times. Well done to the goal scorers Allana Buckingham x2, Briony Phillips x2, and Charlotte Horne x1. Also congratulations to the player of the game Allana Buckingham and the coaches player Briony Phillips.


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