Y10 Football Team win the ‘Double’!


This has been a hugely successful year for the boys’ football, with numerous students being fully committed and involved to their teams.


    This dedication has helped their performances to develop over the season and led to the teams making their way to the final stages of both Town and County Competitions.

    A tremendous well done to the Year 10 football team, who have won both the ‘Bournemouth and District Cup and the prestigious ‘Under 15 Mark Frowde County Cup’. The boys beat Twynham 4-1 in this trophy, under floodlights at Hurn Bridge, Christchurch Football Club, with goals from Freddie Bullard (2), Tom Miller and Ethan Perry-West.  (Squad: Liam Sales, Haydn Way, Sammy Smith, Cameron Solly, Simon Cooper, Joshua Caffyn, Toby Bailey (Capt), Tom Miller, Joe Spolander, Ethan Perry West, Freddie Bullard, Theo Fry, Jack Beddow, Harry Shapcott, Harvey Bunce and Euan Beale) - Player of the season – Freddie Bullard



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Y10 Football Team win the ‘Double’!


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