Year 7 Rugby turn out in force for their first rugby games in Court Fields Colours.

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Through their commitment in training the Year 7 Rugby Squad were able to field 2 full teams of 12 in a recent Central Ventue Event at Bishop Fox’s.

The teams played against the other schools in the area and showed bags of enthusiasum and commitment. Both teams should be proud of what they have achieved. For many of the students this was their first experience of playing competivtive rugby.  Definitely some boys to watch out for in the future.

 

Court Fields Storm Through To Next Round

In their first match of the academic year, Court Fields School under 16’s came away with an emphatic 52-0 victory over Preston School (Yeovil). Noticeable performances from Finley Pocock with 5 tries and Jai-Leigh Sears who was outstanding in defence.

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Left to Right (Back): Ryan Henwood, Jackson Wilkinson, Will Hodgeson, Cristian Satu, Finley Pocock, Rowan Blazeby, James Blackmore, Rohan Poulsom, Harry Roberts, Josh Thorne.

(Front):- Jai-Leigh Sears, Jayden Bowerman-King, Corey Perry-Jones, Freddie Coles, Harry Hanaford (captian) Ethan Osbon, Travis Baker-Way, Jack Payne

Netball

On Wednesday 28th January the Year 7 and Year 8 Court Fields Netball teams played their first games of the season against Kingsmead. In freezing conditions the girls played some good Netball and the Year 7’s made a strong start. This was the first time they had played together as a team and they defended effectively only allowing 1 Kingsmead goal to be scored in the first quarter. The Year 8 team also defended well and only conceded 2 goals in the first quarter.
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Yr 7 Netball Jan 2015

Basketball

The Year 10 girls played against castle on Monday 19th Jan 2015. This was their last Basketball League fixture. Castle made a strong start and were in the lead 8-0 before Court Fields got on the score board. Court Fields started to play some confident basketball and started to drive towards the basket more effectively as the game progressed. Karolina Thomas made some excellent lay-ups and the team were confident in rebounding at both ends. Final score Court Fields 28 Castle 22.
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Back row L-R
Gemma Shire, Charlotte Whittaker, Becky Merrell, Chloe Summers, Danielle Campbell
Front L-R
Bethany Channon, Tori Lowman, Karolina Thomas, Bethany Collins (C)

Yr7 Football

Tuesday 13th January saw Court Fields take on Kingsmead in the first round of the district cup. This was always going to be an interesting game as it would be both teams first experience of playing 11-a-side. The first half was used by both teams to find their feet and attempt to use the greater space provided by the bigger pitch. Kingsmead started the stronger and were certainly the more dominant side in terms of possession and chances. However, a strong defence and quick counter attack was the Court Fields tactic which served them well. Both sides turned round with 1 goal each. Harry Sloman being the scorer for Court Fields. The second half was much the same in terms of how the game was played. A few key changes at half time saw Court Fields take the game on a bit more and a superbly struck left foot from Riley Sellick put Court Fields in front. Despite a final surge from Kingsmead the net remained elusive for them and the score remained 2-1 to Court Fields.

Martial Arts

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Well done to Megan White. She has recently taken part her mixed martial arts grading and has been awarded the Brown Belt. She has a grading every 3 months and we look forward to seeing her progress. Her ultimate aim is to reach her 1st Dan and eventually her instructors award. We wish all the best in this.

 

Year 11 remain unbeaten

Court Fields Year 11 team (under 16’s) have won 3 out of 3 games so far this season. Having beaten Kingmead (37-12) and Taunton Academy (37-17) they also dispatched Bishop Fox’s (41-14) in the 2nd round of the Somerset Cup. Court Fields will now play the winners of Stanchester or Holyrood in the quarter final. Their next area fixture will be against The Castle School after half term. The team have played some really enjoyable rugby and have demonstrated a willingness to run the ball from anywhere on the pitch.

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Inter-House Rugby

Rugby1Students at Court Fields have been taking part in the House Rugby 7`s over the last week. 

Students in all years were representing their house in hotly contested games that were often on a knife edge throughout. The rugby was played at a fast and furious pace with some excellent displays of fast running and superb tackling. The year 7`s were particularly impressive and we look forward to seeing them in their first competitive school fixtures later in the year. After the dust had settled and all year groups had played their matches, Emerald emerged as overall winners being dominant in years 7, 8 & 9. Ruby finished in a very consistent 2nd place with Topaz – despite winning matches in the older years, finishing 3rd. Sapphire had some very close matches but didn’t quite win enough games and finished in 4th.

 

Yr9 Rugby

The Court Fields Year 9 team took on Bishops Foxes in their first game of the season. Foxes certainly had the larger pack who proved to be a dominant force despite some excellent rucking from Court Fields and occasional turnover ball. Foxes lead at half time by 17points. Court Fields started to use their quick back line on a more regular basis in the second half which gave the Foxes defence something to thing about. However, the damage had been done in the first half end Foxes emerged as 25-0 winners.
Yr9 Rugby team
Back Row Left to Right:
Kris Satu, Rohan Poulsom. Nic Denslow, Eren Boga, Harry Hannaford, Cory Perry-Jones, Jack Brodie.
Front Row Left to Right:
Jayden Bowerman-King, Freddy Coles, James Blackmore, Finn Pocock (c), Will Hodgson, Harry Roberts, Jack Payne, Tyler Fyfe (not Pictured)

Sports day trophy winners

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The summer sports day was a very close run affair with all four houses competing closely in the track and field events during the last week of the summer term.  The eventual winners were Emerald, with Sapphire coming a close second.  The trophy was awarded by Ms Bennett and Mr Nicholls during a whole school assembly at the start of the new academic year.