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Y5/6 Netball at home vs St Urban’s (16/3/20) – Won 5-0

16 March 2020

In their latest Netball match the squad hosted Holy Name in the league. We were able to extend our unbeaten start to the season, despite a close start. The team persevered and some brilliant passing led to lots of good shooting opportunities which ultimately gave us the win!


Y5/6 Leeds City Hockey Finals (13/3/20) – 3rd Place!

13 March 2020

This Friday we took a team from both Bramham and Shadwell to the Leeds City Hockey Finals. Our team did really well, winning all but one of their games in the group. From there we qualified for the semi-finals. In that game we played some brilliant Hockey, but we were unfortunate to concede a goal in the last minute to lose 1-0. The children showed a lot of resilience to pick themselves up for the 3rd place play off. In that game we were able to win 4-0, against a team who had beaten us 5-2 in the group stage! Considering none of our players had ever played a competitive Hockey game before, they did incredibly well and improved so much throughout the tournament! What a great day!


Y5 Football vs Westbrook Lane (12/3/20) – Won 9-1

12 March 2020

In the next round of the cup our Y5 team hosted Westbrook Lane. The boys played some truly amazing football and despite drawing 1-1 during the first half the boys didn’t panic and kept playing well. In the second half the game opened up more and the team were able to capitalise, not only scoring great team goals, but brilliant individual goals also! The result sees the team qualify for the quarter finals of the Leeds Cup, which is a brilliant achievement!


Y5/6 Netball away at Holy Name (10/3/20) – Won 7-2

10 March 2020

In difficult weather conditions the squad braced the cold wind and rain to travel the Holy Name Primary. In a weather-shortened match the team made the most of their chances and shot the ball really well. It was difficult to maintain concentration but the squad showed just how determined they are and were able to come away with a great win!


Y5/6 Boys’ Football 1st team vs St Phillip’s (6/3/20) – Won 4-1

6 March 2020

In the latest round of the cup the boys’ hosted St Phillip’s Primary. The team were able to execute their passing and take their chances. They also defended brilliantly as a team and limited chances for the opposition to claim a solid win and are therefore through the quarter finals of the Leeds Cup!


Y5/6 Boys’ Football 2nd team vs IHOM (5/3/20) – Drew 3-3

5 March 2020

The boys’ 2nd team game this week saw them host Immaculate Heart. Despite trailing 3-1 with 5 minutes to play, the boys showed tremendous perseverance to grab not one, but two late goals to claim a brilliant 3-3 draw! The team deserve so much credit for their comeback and over the course of the game it was well deserved!


Y5/6 Tag Rugby Regionals at Garforth Academy (3/3/20) – Winners!

3 March 2020

This week we were able to take 6 teams (all of Y5 & 6!) to the Leeds Tag Rugby Regional Finals at Garforth Academy. It was a truly brilliant day, with all teams and children playing to their absolute best! Of the 16 teams there, 5 of the 8 quarter finalists were our teams, which meant 5 of our 6 teams had finished in the top 2 of their groups! From there, 3 of the 4 semi-finalists were Shadwell teams, which is an amazing achievement. One team even won the tournament and qualified for the Leeds City Finals in May! It was a very proud day to be a part of and it just showed what amazing sportspeople we have across both year groups! Well done to everyone involved!


Y5/6 Netball away at Weetwood (2/3/20) – Drew 5-5

2 March 2020

In their latest league match the team travelled to Weetwood; for a lot of players it was their first games for school as we had rotated the squad, but they didn’t let that stop them from putting into practise what they had been learning. We were able to take a 2-0 lead in the first quarter but despite playing well we found ourselves trailing 5-3 with a few minutes to go. The players showed a lot of resilience to grab a couple of late points and salvage a draw from the game!


Y5/6 Girls’ Football away at Holy Family (25/2/20) – Drew 4-4

25 February 2020

The girls played the return leg of their league fixtures against Holy Family on Tuesday. The opposition pitch always provides a great experience for our teams as it’s on astro turf within walls so the ball never goes out of play! The team adapted well and were able to score some great goals whilst also coping on the defensive side. It was a really end-to-end game and the draw was definitely a fair result in a match which could have gone either way.


Y4 Football away at St Patrick’s (13/2/20) – Won 1-0 & Drew 0-0

13 February 2020

We took all the boys from Y4 who wanted to play over to St Patrick’s Primary for two games this evening. With so many boys wanting to compete we were able to split them into two different teams for each game. Both teams played so well and were able to get great results in each game they played! Not only that, but every single player represented school brilliantly and certainly showed they are able to compete in sporting events for school again in the future!


Y5/6 Girls’ Football at home vs Holy Family (6/2/20) – Won 3-0

6 February 2020

The girls played Holy Family this week, a team which they had lost to previously in the season. However, with great goals and terrific defending they were able to get a brilliant league win. Each player played their part and the game was played in great spirits to make for a fantastic atmosphere!


Y5/6 Netball at home vs Highfield (4/2/20) – Won 6-3

4 February 2020

In our first game of the season the squad got off to a flying start against Highfield. For almost all of the players it was the first time they had actually played in a competitive Netball match. Not only did they have to put what they had learned into practise, but also cope with a frantic match against good opposition. Despite all of this, they team played very well, and were able to string some good passing moves together, and finish the chances they created to get a brilliant win to start the season!