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December Sports Fixtures

We were delighted to read that our boys’ football teams have performed very well in the ESFA National Cup:

  • Year 7 finished in the 4th round (top 128 schools)
  • Year 8 finished in the 3rd round (top 256 schools)
  • Year 9 finished in the 4th round (top 128 schools)
  • Year 10 finished in the 3rd round (top 256 schools)
  • Year 11 finished in the 2nd round (top 256 schools)

All players involved should be tremendously proud of their efforts.

Year 7

Well done to the year 7 netball team with the winning final score of 3-1 against St. Michaels. Well done to Deborah. D received player of the match. Unfortunately, we lost against The Grange school 4-2. Congratulations to Clover. P who received player of the match.

Year 8

A fantastic result against St Clement Danes as the U13 girls’ football team won 4-0. A great effort by all as they played in freezing conditions. A special mention to Charlotte G for receiving the accolade of player of the match. 

Year 9

Congratulations to our u16 table tennis who represented Three Rivers and Watford School Sports Partnership in the Hertfordshire School Games Cup. Despite being only 14 and 15 years old the Croxley Danes team took home the silver medal, losing to Watford Grammar School for Boys in the final. A great demonstration of our school ethos of excellence, respect and trust.

The Year 9 boys’ football team beat Queens School 4-1. A great result for the team, congratulations to Josh Isaiah for receiving player of the match. 

Year 10

The Year 10 netball team had a tough loss against St. Michaels losing 19-4, but the team played very well and Winnie. N-N received player of the match.

A great result for our U15 girls’ footballers with a 4-0 win over Bushey Meads. Ellena received player of the match. The team also drew 1-1 against St Clement Danes. A great effort by all as they played in freezing conditions. A special mention to Amelie L for receiving the accolade of player of the match.

Another great performance from the Year 10 boys’ in the County Cup, taking the victory in a nerve-wracking penalty shootout against Birchwood High School. The final score was 2-1 on penalties after 4 fantastic saves from Tristan M. Best of luck to the team as they prepare for the quarter finals.