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Sports News

Week Beginning 10th October 2016


Hockey players focused on effective passing within zones work in today’s session 10/10/16. Lewis, Estee, Nadiyah and Maddy created some outstanding passes.  Effective shielding was demonstrated by Nadia too, which prevented a defender tackling and gaining possession.  Ella made a fantastic tackle and set Lewis up nicely for a goal.  Maddy offered jade effective support in attack, with Jade scoring. Louisa defended her goal well preventing Jade scoring another.  The final score 5-2.  Ieaun the was very impressed with the progress made tonight.

Well done all, it was very impressive to witness such progress.  Mrs Wood


Over 40 girls played netball on Tuesday afternoon.  All 3 matches took place in the glorious sunshine at Corpus Christi High School Cardiff.  There was some exceptional play across all 3 matches.  Congratulations to Corpus Christi who dominated the win.  Congratulations to our three players’ players of the match. Mrs Wood and Mrs Thomas

Netball Tournament Whitchurch High School

Congratulations to the R14 girls who represented the school in the Cardiff and the Vale County Netball Tournament on Thursday.


The R11/12 Rugby team played away against Rougemount on Monday afternoon. The game was played in fantastic spirit with both sides producing some outstanding rugby. Well done to all involved final score Rougemount 20 St John’s 20. Mr Tertois

R10 & R11 Rugby Festival

St John’s College proudly hosted their first ever contact rugby festival this Friday. The festival was held at our superb playing fields and saw over 80 young players take part which is fantastic. All games were played on an enjoyment basis with no scores being recorded. Pupils travelled from across Cardiff and even further afield. We were proud to host Greenway Primary, St Clare’s, Ysgol Y Castell and Bro Eirwg.

All pupils were a credit to their schools, showing fantastic sportsmanship throughout the afternoon. It was a privilege to host this tournament and we will look to expand it further in the coming years. I would like to personally thank all the parents who attended for their ongoing support.

Well done to all involved,

Mr Williams

Seren yr Wythnos / Star of the Week

Tara G for outstanding extra-curricular commitment.

17 October 2016

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