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Year 6 Netballers win their Division 2 league and are runners up at the Small Schools Netball tournament!


Spring Term Fixtures:


Year 6
Tues 6th Feb, home vs. Park Street
Mon 26th Feb, away vs. Cunningham Hill
Tues 27th Feb, home vs. Wheatfields
Sat 10th March, Y6 tournament


Year 5
Tues 20th March: Friendly vs Alban City School (Home)
Weds 28th March: Year 5 Tournament (StAGs Netball courts)

Autumn Term Netball Fixtures:
Friday 3rd November vs. Aboyne Lodge (away)
Monday 6th November vs. Bernard’s Heath (home)
Tuesday 14th November vs. Abbey (home)
Monday 20th November vs. Garden Fields (away)
Tuesday 21st November vs. Maple (home)

Yr 4/5 Netball Club Photos

Netball Match Photos

Game vs. Bowmansgreen

In the final netball game of the season, the girls played their best netball to date, putting up a much stronger performance against Bowmansgreen than their previous encounter. In a tightly fought game, St Peter's held them to a 3-3 draw until the 4th quarter, but Bowmansgreen's GS scored some excellent goals to make the final score 5-3. The girls should be proud of their efforts, and were highly commended on their improvement by the Bowmansgreen coaches!


District Tournament

On Saturday, the Year 6 Netball team represented St Peter's brilliantly at the St Albans Schools’ Netball tournament. They played exceptionally well in their second game, winning 3-2 with goals from Emily and Evie. They were up against some tough opposition, but held most teams to close losses, and their positive team attitude and resilience led to the umpires voting them as joint winners of the Daphne Payne trophy. Well done girls!


Upcoming Matches:

Away- Tuesday 28th February
Home- Tuesday 7th March


St Bernadette's

Away- Monday 27th February

Home- Monday 20th March

Match Reports:

On Thursday 2nd February, our Year 6 Netball team played an away match against St Alban and St Stephen. This was their first competitive match and they gave it their all. Throughout the game you could see their netball skills continue to develop and they battled until the end. Unfortunately on this occasion they were beaten but the opposition commented on how positive the team were. A special mention to Polly who was awarded player of the match by the other team.

Well done girls you should be very proud and I look forward to seeing the next match.

Welcome back to all our pupils and a warm welcome to all our new pupils and their families. We are looking forward to a new school year of learning with much excitement and normality.