Tuesday, 24th January
Well done to all year 9 and 10 girls who played netball against New Eccles school on Tuesday 24th January. The girls won the game 14-5 and demonstrated excellent sportsmanship throughout. A special mention has to go to Joely who shot some fabulous goals! Well done to everyone!
Wednesday 18th January
The score was not a true reflection of the match with Gosfield not taking the chances on offer to them whilst St Margaret's capitalised almost every time. Whilst the opposition deserved their win, Gosfield can take a lot of heart from their first match this term.
Gosfield thoroughly dictated this match from start to finish with Harry D scoring 5 goals in a terrific performance. Joe S also scored a hat trick as Gosfield combined well to complete a well deserved win.
Tuesday 17th January
Gosfield travelled to Finborough with depleted numbers due to illness and unavailability. A 10 aside match ensued and Gosfield quickly put their stamp on the game. Ben McQuillan and Tom Dickson combined brilliantly up front and with Kyron Moon and Freddie Bowers creating many opportunities, Gosfield led 3-0 at the break. Finborough fought back briefly in the second half but another goal to Tom and a great finish from George Redfern ensured the visitors went home with a well deserved win.
Tuesday, 17th January
Well done to all year 9 and 10 girls who played their first netball match of the season against Cambridge International on Tuesday 17th January. The game was incredibly close for the duration of the match with both teams working incredible hard. Gosfield showed great enthusiasm, determination and team work throughout. Player of the match goes to Evie Spenceley for superb defending and making so many interceptions. The final score was 6-8 to Cambridge. We are all looking forward to the return game after the February half term break. Well done girls!!!
Friday 2nd December
Gosfield played two football matches against St Johns, an A and B team allowing every boy a match. Despite being out of season the football matches against St Johns have always been useful in kick starting the next term. Gosfield as expected were slow out of the blocks, perhaps slower than hoped with both A and B teams struggling to find rhythm. As one would expect the teamwork was lacking in the first half but gradually came together in the second although by this time St Johns had comfortable leads in both games. With a lot to build on next term, the teams look forward to some competitive fixtures.