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Rugby

Training:

In training we are learning how to ruck over and get the ball out of the ruck quickly.

We are also learning how to pass the ball quickly as a team so that we can break down the opponents defence.

Matches:

Our first game was away against Penrice School on Friday 25th September. We suffered defeat but came out of the game with our heads held high. Penrice were a good team, so we have taken their skills and tried to use it in our own game.

Our second game was also away. This was against Brannel School on Monday 28th September. We won 14-0. Tries were scored by Lewis White and Luke Hitchens. Both conversions were scored by Matthew Boothby.

Next fixtures:

We will be playing Brannel School again on Monday 5th October at home. We are hoping for another victory!!!

MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

 

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MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

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