The girl’s football team get a special visitor!
The girl’s football team got a visit from a very special guest on Wednesday. Lauren Allen who is a goalkeeper at Crystal Palace Ladies came into to answer the girl’s questions about all things football and the life of a footballer. Lauren was amazing with the girls and created a lot of excitement within the team and the school as a whole. Lots of pictures and autographs were given out! Below is a sample of the questions posed to Lauren by the children.
Q. Who is your favourite goalkeeper?
A. Siobhan chamberlain (Man UTD)
Q. What is the favourite team you have played for?
A. Crystal Palace
Q. What’s your biggest lose?
A. 5 possibly 6 goals the whole season.
Q. Who is your favourite player?
A. John Terry – He visited my brother when he was ill in hospital. He’s a great defender and team player.
Q. What’s the highest attendance you have played in front of?
A. 800 people
Q. What’s the biggest stadium you have played in?
A. Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) / Craven Cottage (Fulham)
Which positions have you played throughout your football life?
Right Wing, Centre Midfield and Goalkeeper.
Girls win again to get 1 win from the league title!
The Julian’s girls football team continued their success with another hard fought win against a spirited Fenstanton Primary team. The girls showed brilliant resilience and skill to win the match 4.0 2 goals from Bea, a goal from Scarlet and a further goal through a fortuitous own goal provided the victory.
The victory see’s the girls top of the league with 5 wins from 5 matches. With only 1 game to play the league title is in site with a good final performance against Clapham Manor Primary.
Well Done girls!
The boys football team hope to finish on a high
The Julian’s boys football team have their last match of the season against Lyndhurst on Saturday. It has been an amazing season for the boys competing in the A league in only their second season. The season has seen the boys compete at a very high level with a brilliant quality of football. Saturday see’s them play their last league match of the season and it would be amazing to see friendly faces down to cheer them on!
Year 5 Dip, Dodge, Duck, Dive and Dodge at the Moving Matters Dodgeball.
2 teams from year 5 went to the Moving Matters Dodgeball competition hosted at LaRetraite RC Girls School. Both teams competed very well in what was a fast and action packed 2 hours of dodgeball. Definitely not a competition for the faint hearted but some great skill and team work was on show throughout.