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Week Beginning 20th March 2017

Netball News

On Monday afternoon eighteen R12 pupils played against Plasmawr. St John’s took the lead in the first quarter five goals to nil. The game was full of exciting interceptions and excellent passing. St John’s won the match fourteen goals to five. There were some excellent goals scored by Harshita, Elizabeth, Daniela and Carys. Congratulations to all pupils who made an excellent contribution to team’s fantastic win. Well done to Harshita, Crina and India who were all chosen as player of the match.

Congratulations to the R13 pupils who all played in the netball fixture against Cardiff High. The game was full of exciting interceptions and some good passing. There was some excellent goals scored by Maddy and Charlotte. The final score was five goals to four for St John’s. Well done to Charlotte who was awarded player of the match.

On Wednesday afternoon the R14 pupils competed in a netball fixture against Howell’s. The pupils unfortunately lost the first game but they won the second game with some excellent goals scored by Harshita. Isel and Emily partnered up really well to intercept some fantastic passes. A big thank you to the R12 pupils who stepped up and played in the match. Congratulations to Jasmine, Harshita and Eilidh who all received player of the matches.

Miss Thomas

Tockington Manor Cross Country Relay

St John’s College competed in the annual Tockington Manor Cross Country Relay Competition on Friday afternoon. Over 40 St John’s College pupils competed in the event. The course itself is half a mile in length with a challenging incline and varied terrain. All the pupils did fantastically well and I would like to congratulate them for their outstanding performances.

Mr Tertois 

24 March 2017

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