Sports News HQ
Welcome to Delph Side Sports News HQ. Here at Delph Side we aim to provide every child with every sporting opportunity possible. We have a wide range of lunchtime sports clubs and after school sports clubs that lots of children attend and part of this blog will be about celebrating this. We also enter many competitions and festivals and all of our achievements will be shared through this blog. Keep an eye out for our Junior Sports Reporters who will be posting match reports and updates on here soon.
Everyone who attended the SHARES Dodgeball Tournament should be very proud of themselves! They went up against some strong opponents but they did everything that they could. Children were selected to take part from years 4, 5 and 6 to allow a range of children to have an opportunity!
Swimming Gala 2018
Well done to everyone who took part in the Swimming Gala this year! Two year 6 children and six year 5 children represented Delph side and made us very proud. We took home 3 medals and even had a first place podium position for the girls 25m backstroke! Also, thanks to all the parents who attended the event to cheer on and support team Delph Side!
Well done to our hockey team who became SHARES hockey champions on Tuesday evening. We won 4 games and drew 1 game to reach the semi finals. We beat Hillside in the semi finals in a sudden death penalty shot. It was a close final with Little Digmoor but we successfully converted our sudden death penalty shot to win the tournament.
On Tuesday, Year 6 boys took part in a basketball competition. They drew the first match 1-1. Then a much better performance saw them win 2-0 in their next game. The last 2 games they won 3-1 and an impressive 10-0 victory which was them through to the final. An excellent team effort earned them the runners up place, superb display from all the boys!
Handball Tournament at West Lancashire College
Well done to all the year 3 and 4 boys and girls who took part in the handball tournament against other local primary schools. They played fantastic, winning one game 7-2! Great effort by all who took part!
Well done to all of the year 6 children that took part in orienteering on Thursday evening. They enjoyed a lovely evening searching for clues and even managed to come 5th out of 10 schools.
Lathom High - Cross Country
Children in key stage two who have attended running club, recently enjoyed taking part in a cross country event at Lathom High School. Well done to everyone involved.
Football Museum Trip
Some of our budding young footballers recently visited the National Football Museum in Manchester as part of a SHARES sports trip. They were fascinated by the exhibits and even got the opportunity to have their photo taken with the FA Cup!
Wigan Warriors Rugby Coaching
Recently, a young Delph Side gymnast had her dreams come true when she met her idol, Beth Tweddle. Charlie in Year 4 was delighted to meet one of her heroes, "I met someone I've always wanted to meet, Beth Tweddle. I even got her autograph. Beth is a star and has always been my idol!
Charlie currently trains with the City of Liverpool Gymnastics Club alongside four Olympic gymnasts: Hannah Whelan, Rebecca Tunney, Charlie Fellows and Jade Stefford. With all these amazing role models around her, she has her eyes firmly set on an Olympic appearance in the future. She said, "My gymnastics coach told me that if I carry on working hard I'll be in the 2020 Olympics!" Charlie has been involved in the sport since she was 3 and trains on the bars, beam, trampoline, pit, vault, floor, wall bars and fast track to name but a few (I'm exhausted writing this!!!).
Well done Charlie and keep up the good work!
The player of the match for Tuesday 8th October 2013 was Caitlin! Here is the report:
On Tuesday we played 4 matches. The first game we played St Thomas. We lost 2-1, Sophie scored. Our second match we played St Teresas, we lost 2-0. The third game we played St Johns we won 2-1, Lauren scored all. Our final match we played Holland Moor, we lost. We would like to thank Miss O'Hare, Kitty, Mr Upton and all the parents for supporting us.