15th September 2018 - Well done to all of the boys who represented the school at the Ruddington Schools Autumn Tournament. We won three of our five group matches scoring plenty of goals in the process! However, we narrowly missed out on qualifying for the finals. Thank you also to all of the parents who came along to support and gave so much encouragement throughout. We are looking forward to the rest of the season and more great team performances.
20th September 2018 - We were fortunate enough that the rain held out just long enough to allow our Rainbow Fellowship tournament to go ahead as planned! Colwick, Cotgrave and ourselves both entered two teams with each team playing each other once. Once again there was some fine football on display with quick counter attacks, sterling defending and some amazing goals. Thank you too all the parents, from all schools, who came to support the teams and well done to Colwick on the overall win!
22nd September 2018 - Congratulations to the girls who played in the Rushcliffe Tournament, many of whom were representing the school for the first time. Despite our young team, we performed heroically, winning 2, drawing 2 and losing just one of our 5 group games - we only conceded goal in one of the games! This performance meant that we finished second in our group, narrowly missing out on qualification, although we can take comfort from the fact that the winners of our group won the tournament. Thank you to all of the girls (and their parents who gave great support) for giving up your Saturday morning. Well done!
15th October 2018 - Well done to the boys' football team who beat Crossdale 5-2. Although it was very wet, all of the team gave their all and played some entertaining football.
17th October 2019 - Three teams played at St Peter's School this afternoon. The girls won, whilst the two boys' teams lost their matches. We were really proud of the commitment shown by all of the players.
23rd October 2018 - Our boys' team played in the Large School's Rushcliffe Cup. Despite a very difficult pitch, our boys played with real grit and determination. The game was extremely tight with one goal deciding the outcome, unfortunately in Edwalton's favour. Well done to all of the boys who played so well.