RSM Sports Update

On Saturday, RSM hosted the annual Under 10 football tournament. The tournament was played in a fantastic spirit with plenty of competitive games. Well done to the U10A team who won the plate competition in a nail-biting penalty shootout. The U10 girls were also in action in the Downsend hockey tournament. Both the A’s and B’s played incredibly well in their first matches of the term. Congratulations to the A team who finished second overall. Thank you also to all the parents for giving up your Saturday mornings to support both tournaments.

The Year 3 boys enjoyed their first round of matches against Micklefield on Tuesday. There were a lot of positives to take from their games, as well as areas to work on in upcoming lessons. The A team were up against a very strong team but the boys encouraged each other throughout and kept trying their hardest throughout their game. Well done to the B and C teams for their performances and victories. On Wednesday the Year 6 girls played Hazelwood. There were some excellent hockey skills on display. The B’s and C’s both had very close games and the A’s finished their match as 2-0 winners in another tough fixture. The boys U11 football teams were also in action against Chinthurst. The B team were two goals up before being pegged back in the dying moments to record a 2-2 draw. The colts team showed resilience as they battled back from being in a losing position twice to end up winning 3-2.

This afternoon, the girls U9 hockey teams play their first fixtures of the term against Lingfield, the U8 boys are all in action at the Aberdour football festival and the boys U9Bs take on Chinthurst. Good luck to all those involved.

Next week the Year 6’s are off to Snowdon, however there are still a large number of fixtures taking place including the U9 and U10 Cross Country at Lingfield on Friday 27 September and on Saturday 28 September the U10ABC boys football teams take on Homefield and the boys U9’s take part in the Caterham tournament.

Have a great weekend.


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