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Sports Report 4 - 2018/19

YEAR 7 FOOTBALL

On Wednesday 27 March the Year 7 boys football team played against Woodhey in the quarter finals.
It was a tense game up to about the second half until we scored more. Roman, Charlie, Zak, Kakrah, Pannin, Alfie D, Alfie C, Theo, George, Jake and Kyle all played in the game. Roman scored 3, Alfie D 1 and Kyle 1. The man of the match award was shared between Roman and Kakrah.
Bury CE High School won the game 5-2 and we are now through to the finals. Roman, Year 7

YEAR 7 AND 8 BADMINTON COMPETITION V ST GAB’S
Twenty students from Year 7 and Year 8 played some competitive Badminton games against St Gabriel’s on Thursday 28 February. Students played single games on half a court and points scored from each game were added to give a total for Bury CE High School and a total for St Gabriel’s. All the students who attended really enjoyed playing for school and it was great to see some students who had not represented school before playing. The attitude of all our students was excellent and the games were played in a really good spirit.
The total scores finished at follows:
Bury CE High School: 620 Badminton points scored
St Gabriel’s High School: 391 points scored
Well done to the students who played and we hope to arrange more Badminton games in future.

YEAR 8 HANDBALL FINALS
The Year 8 Boys and Girls Handball teams played St Gabriel’s in a final game to decide who would go on to represent the Bury Local Authority in the Winter Games. The Winter Games took place on Tuesday 19 March and involved schools from each local borough in the Greater Manchester area. The Year 8 Boys Handball team beat St Gabriel’s by 10 points to 7 points on Tuesday 5 March. It was really pleasing to witness students using the skills they had developed in PE lessons in a competitive game.
Player of the match from Bury CE High School was Adam and leading scorer from Bury CE High School was Joe with 7 goals.
Well done to all the students who played on the team.

YEAR 7 AND YEAR 8 BOYS RUGBY COMPETITION
The Year 8 Boys Rugby team played in the first round of a competition on Wednesday 6 March at Bury Rugby Club. It was great to see so many players from Year 8 wanting to play competitive Rugby Union.
Bury CE High School beat St Monica’s 20 points to 5 points and then went on to beat Philips 15 points to 5 points. Players of the competition from Bury CE High School were Toby and Jake.
In the second round of games Bury CE High School entered a Year 7 and Year 8 team. The Year 7 team played their first competitive fixtures against St Monica’s and won but then lost to Crompton House. The Year 7 player of the match from Bury CE High School was Theo.
The Year 8 team played St Monica’s and won but then lost to Woodhey and Crompton House. Player of the matches was Issac.

YEAR 7 AND YEAR 8 BOYS RUGBY V BURY GRAMMAR
Bury CE High School took a 15 a-side team from Year 7 and a 15 a-side team from Year 8 to play Bury Grammar in a full size Rugby Union game. Both games were really close with Bury Grammar narrowly winning both games. All the students who played from Bury CE High School displayed brilliant attitudes and were a credit to the school
Player of the match from Year 8 was Adam and player of the match from Year 7 was Ryan.

 

 

 

YEAR 8 BOYS BASKETBALL
Bury CE High School played in a Year 8 Boys Basketball competition on Monday 11 March at Philips. Bury CE High School beat Castlebrook but then lost to a really strong team from Philips. In the decisive qualification game Bury CE High School just narrowly lost to St Gabriel’s 5 points to 3 points.
Player of the match from Bury CE High School was Lewie.

AFTER SCHOOL BASKETBALL CLUB
Bury CE High School have been delighted to welcome a new Basketball Coach to work with our students. Larry Spencer used to play Basketball outside of school to an incredibly high standard in America and England. Larry played against the world famous Michael Jordan in college Basketball in America. It is a fantastic opportunity for our students to get the opportunity to work with such a fabulous Basketball player and excellent coach. Basketball Club is on every Monday after school and is open to all students in school.

YEAR 10 BOYS FOOTBALL V E-ACT ROYTON AND CROMPTON ACADEMY
The Year 10 Boys Football team played a fixture on Tuesday 12 March against E-ACT Royton and Crompton Academy. The game was played away in very windy and cold conditions. Bury CE High School took an early lead through Leo but then became 3-1 down. Bury CE High School then started to make a comeback through a second goal from Bertie but eventually lost the game.
Player of the match from Bury CE High School was Kieran.

YEAR 9 BOYS FOOTBALL
The Year 9 Boys Football team played in the central venue league against Broad Oak and Tottington. Bury CE High School beat Broad Oak and then drew with Tottington.
Players of the competition were Ryan and James.
In the next round of games Bury CE High School beat St Gabriel’s 1-0 and also won two friendlies.
Player of the competition from this round of games was Ethan.

GIRLS NETBALL

Year 10 got through to the final of the Bury Netball Tournament and lost to Bury Grammar 10 – 4. All girls played exceptionally well.
Year 9 got through to the semi final on the Bury Netball Tournament and lost to Bury Grammar. They all represented the school fantastically.
Year 8 came 4th in the Bury Netball Tournament. The standard was really high and the students from Bury CE High School played extremely well.
Bury CE vs Parrenthorn:
Year 10 won 20 -2 and Alice was the Player of the Match.
Year 9 lost 16 – 14 and Abigail was the Player of the Match.
Bury CE vs Elton:
Year 7 lost 7 – 5. The Players of the Match were Chloe and Milly.
Year 7 also came 2nd in the Bury Netball Tournament and lost narrowly to Bury Grammar. Player of the Tournament for Bury CE High School was Billie-Rose.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GREATER MANCHESTER SCHOOL WINTER GAMES – HANDBALL COMPETITION
On Tuesday 19 March Miss Hulme took a squad of eight Year 8 boys to represent the school at the U13’s Handball Competition in the Greater Manchester Winter School Games. The level of ability from across the borough was extremely high and the boys played some tough competitors. They showed grit and resilience and after a couple of 1-0 losses to start the day but they battled on and showed their sporting determination by picking up 2 wins and a draw to finish 7th overall in the tournament. This was a fantastic achievement. Well done to all the students who took part in this event.

 

 

 

DANCE COMPETITION
On Tuesday 19 March a squad of eight pupils across KS3 represented the school in dance at the Greater Manchester Winter Games. The pupils where involved with a selection of workshops led by ASH Dance Company and really enjoyed their morning. In the competition the squad performed fantastically well and finished 2nd overall. They will now progress to represent Greater Manchester at the national competition against other schools from around the country. An amazing achievement, well done to all involved!
“On Tuesday 19 March 2019, my dance team and I went to a dance competition hosted by the regional school games. We worked our hardest for three weeks. All the blood, sweat and tears that were shed paid off as we came second out of 9-12 schools. Many thanks to Miss Mather for helping us during this competition!”
Nathan C, Year 8

YEAR 7 BOYS BASKETBALL
The Year 7 Boys Basketball team played in a Bury Schools Competition at Philips. Bury CE High School came second in their group and played Woodhey in the 3rd and 4th play-off match. Bury CE High School beat Woodhey in this game and came 3rd overall in Bury.
Player of the competition from Bury CE High School was Kyle.
The Year 7 Boys Basketball team also played a really strong team from Canon Slade in Bolton in the Junior NBA Basketball Competition. Bury CE High School lost the game but worked really hard.
Player of the match from Bury CE High School was Theo.

YEAR 8 BOYS FOOTBALL V PARRENTHORN
The Year 8 Boys Football team played away at Parrenthorn on Tuesday 26 March in the Bury Schools Cup. Bury CE High School started the game really well and went 1-0 up thanks to an excellent goal from Sam. Parrenthorn then scored two quick goals prior to half time. Bury CE High School kept going in the second half and eventually won the game 3-2 with Alfie scoring two goals.
Player of the match was Alfie.

YEAR 7 BOYS FOOTBALL V WOODHEY
Bury CE High School beat Woodhey 5-2 in the quarter-finals of the Bury Schools Cup. It was an excellent team performance and fantastic effort from our students.
The players of the match were Roman and Kakrah.

MANCHESTER CITY V CARDIFF CITY – FREE TICKETS
Bury CE High School were delighted to receive some free tickets for the Manchester City v Cardiff City game on the Etihad on Wednesday 3 April. The tickets were distributed to staff and students so they could go and attend a live Premier League game at Manchester City. Bury CE High School are really thankful to Manchester City for providing our staff and students with the free tickets and this fantastic opportunity.

YEAR 8 BOYS FOOTBALL SUCCESS
Well done to Jacob, Reuben and Ashkan in Year 8 who play Football outside of school for Walshaw Sports Club. The students have been part of a successful Under 13’s Walshaw team that have just won the Lancashire Football Cup and this is a tremendous achievement given the really high level of competition.