Year 11 ESFA Defeat

Year 11 played against a very well organised team from the Preston area in the National cup. There were plenty of chances missed upfront from Ben Dooley but a poor team performance overall as they were beaten 5-2.

Focus is now onto the Sefton cup and MCSFA.

 

National Cup Loss

A very poor first half from the boys meant Broadgreen scored early. A very good strike just after half time followed by another 2 minutes later took the game beyond our reach.

The boys fought very hard in the last 20 minutes but it was too late.

Broadgreen 4-0 Chesterfield.

Good luck Broadgreen.

U13s unable to secure win to continue to the next round of the ESFA Schools Cup

Unfortunate result for the U13 girls football team, as their ESFA Schools Cup journey comes to an end after losing to a strong team from Weatherhead High School, 3-0.

The girls gave their all and worked tirelessly to try and regain a lead but it was not to be.

Player of the match was awarded to captain, Olivia Fitzpatrick, who battled hard, displaying some promising football in the midfield.

We wish good luck to Weatherhead High School in the rest of the competition.

6th Form Cup Win

It was a very high scoring game.

The boys fought hard to hold onto the win. 2 penalties allowed us to double the lead second half but nearly didn’t cross the line with 2 late goals from JM Education.

6-4 to Chesterfield to register the first win.

STRONG WIN FOR THE U15s GIRLS FOOTBALL TEAM

Great start for the U15 girls football team, winning against Helsby High School 11-2. With the fixture being the first game for the girls in the ESFA Competition, the game started unsettled with both teams scoring in the opening minutes of the game. However, Emily Brough, Captain and well deserved player of the match, was able to convert a few goals to help settle the nerves and the girls started to produce some lovely football. Goals scored by Emily Brough (7), Sophie Evans (1), Sophie Waring (1), Alex Woodward (1) Rebecca Dillon (1). Well done to the girls and we wish them good luck in the next round of the competition

Upcoming Fixtures

Saturday 17th November

Netball – Wirral Grammar Girls – 7:45 AM leave – Return 12:30 PM

 

Tuesday 20th November

Year 7 & Year 8 Girls – Goals North Netherton – Leave 11:45 AM – Return 3:00 PM

 

Wednesday 21st November

Year 10 Home vs Penwortham Priory Academy – 2:30 PM KO Football

U16-U18 Netball tournament at Merchant Taylor’s – 12:30 – 3:30 PM

 

Year 7 Basketball tournament – Edge Hill University – Leave 8:50 AM – Return 1:00 PM

 

Tuesday 27th November

Year 11 Home vs Broughton Hall – 2:15 PM KO Football

 

Wednesday 28th November

Year 8 Basketball tournament – Edge Hill University – Leave 8:50 AM – Return 1:00 PM

 

Wednesday 5th December

Year 9 Basketball tournament – Edge Hill University – Leave 8:50 AM – Return 1:00 PM

Talented Footballing Stars Continue to Shine!

Congratulations to Rebecca Dillon (yr10) and Emily Garrett (yr9) who have both been selected for the Merseyside County School’s FA squads for their age groups this season. We wish them good luck in their upcoming fixtures against South Yorkshire and Durham.

Well done to Emily Brough who was invited to attend another national performance camp this month as part of the FA’s England Talent Pathway. We wish Emily good luck in this year’s future camps and international fixtures.

Ellie Bruce World Champion

Ellie Bruce in year 10 managed to retain her world champion title in Taekwondo. Despite facing injuries in the lead up to the competition, which required lighter training sessions, she won both her categories in the 14-18 age range, competing in both the pattern and sparing categories.

Ellie has the British Championships on the 4th November in Birmingham and we wish her the best of luck.  Well Done, Ellie!!!

Merseyside and National Cup Clash

Year 7 MCSFA: a closely contested game against West Derby High School, with both teams giving 100% and neither team deserving to be behind.

 

However, Chesterfield had a poor 10 minutes in the middle of the game where they conceded 3 goals. After that, the game was even but Chesterfield just had too much to do. Well done to West Derby. CHS 0-3 West Derby.

Year 9 NSFA: a nervous start to the game from both teams as Chesterfield had a few players missing and had to play key players out of position. Despite the nervous start, the return of Joe Hughes gave us goals upfront.

 

With brilliant grit and determination from the midfield, Chesterfield went on to score goal after goal and everyone go in on the act. Chesterfield move onto the next round convincingly. Well done, Mr. Ward. CHS 12-0 All Saints.