Wednesday 15th November
The Year 5 & 6 Girls Football teams headed off to Whalley Range High School to compete in their 3rd Girls Football Competition. With a few players missing, the girls showed excellent spirit and resilience, battling hard & giving it their all in all matches. A special thank you goes to Indie & Peaches for stepping in for the other team when they were short of players.
The Inspire team drew 3 matches 0-0 and won their final game against St Margaret’s 1-0 (Goal Scorer Emily).
The Excel team Won 1 match, drew 2 & lost 1. (Goal Scorers - Olivia 2, Heidi 1).
A very well done to all who played!
Wednesday 18th October
St Cuthberts Girls Football Team headed back to Whalley Range for the second set of league fixtures. They battled hard and gave it their all, demonstrating some excellent football. The Inspire Team Won 1 and Lost 2 games. The Excel Team drew 0-0 with Plymouth Grove, won 3-1 against Beaver Road (Goal Scorers Amelie and Skyler (2)), won 1-0 against Rushbrook (Goal Scorer Skyler) and in a very close final match, lost 2-1 to St Margaret's in the closing minutes of the game (Goal scorer Olivia). A very well done to all who played!
Wednesday 27th September
The Girls Football team headed to Whalley Range High School to compete in the Excel & Inspire football leagues. The girls showed great resilience and teamwork and battled hard in all of their matches. There were some great individual performances and some amazing goals scored! Well done to all who played!
St Cuthbert's 2 V 0 Our Lady's (Goal Scorers Olivia & Amelie)
St Cuthbert's 2 V 1 Rushbrook (Goal Scorers Olivia & Skyler)
St Cuthbert's 2 V 4 St Bede's (Goal Scorer Skyler (2))
St Cuthbert's 2 V 0 St John's (Goal Scorers Alba & Skyler)
St Cuthbert's 0 V 3 St Kent's
St Cuthbert's 3 V 2 Rushbrook
Our Y6 girls football team were fantastic today playing at the Manchester schools football festival. It was amazing to see our girls representing the school again against other schools and once again they did us proud. Winning 2 of their 3 matches and scoring 9 goals in the 3 games. Well done to everyone who played.
On Tuesday our 3/4 Girls team went to Box Football Academy to play in a Schools Football Tournament.
All the girls battled hard and did themselves proud. One of the teams was only 1 win away from the finals.
Well done to all that took part!
On Tuesday, the Year 3/4 Girls tried out the brand new Astro-turf as they took part in an in house school football tournament. It was great to see so many girls getting involved and lots of new faces too!
On Wednesday we took 2 teams to play in a Man Utd Foundation tournament at Loreto High School, for our year 5 team it was their first ever competitive tournament, they tried very hard and did us proud.
The Y6 team excelled and after a nail-biting penalty shoot out came home as champions.
A very well done to all players, who showed great determination and resilience!
Manchester United Primary Stars Tournament.
The Girls Football Team headed down to the Manchester Primary Stars Tournament this week.
All the Girls were fantastic and the spirit in both teams was great. They co-operated well as a team and battled hard.
One of the teams finished second and were only 1 goal away from finishing first.
Well done to both teams!
The girls first ever football game was a very close one, losing 6-5 to St Mary’s in the last minute. Well done to everyone involved!
Manchester United Girls Football Festival
The Girls Years 3 & 4 football team visited the Armitage Centre on Monday to take part in the Manchester University Skills Festival. They played lots of different games and practised their football skills. Fun was had by all.