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Date of FixtureStaff MemberYear GroupStudents InvolvedSportCompetition Opponent(s)Result(s)Mini ReportBulletinPhotos
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24/01/2017DRa9Syd Davies, Oscar Noyce, George Longhurst, Caleb Jones, Josh Graney, Niyaj Niyazus, Kai Stoneley, Charlie Musson, Rafid Choudhury, Ferrelle Ahmed, Dan Ymeraj, Logi Poobalan, Dan Moseley, Leon SnowFootballPortsmouth LeagueMilton Cross2-1 WinThe first game of the new year brought the Year 9s their second victory of their league campaign in a tightly contested fixture against Milton Cross. The boys started strongly and were rewarded early in the game when Musson struck low across the goal and into the bottom corner. This seemed to provoke a response from the opposition who began to dominate the play and could have scored at least twice if not for the agile reactions of Davies in goal. However the Priory goal was breached just before half time from a Milton Cross free kick that was delivered with quality to the head of a MX defender who finished well. The second half was very even and the game looked to be heading for a draw but with only a few minutes to go Priory were awarded a free kick from 25 yards out; Musson with a little help from a deflection dispatched into the bottom corner and the boys held out for the win.Done CBA 30/1None
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19/01/2017JDv10Micahel Hodges, Shapol Mohamed, Charlie Clark, Harry Ormerod, Alfie Cahill, Jamie WhitefordFootballPortsmouth Schools C/D tournamentPortsmouth schools3rd overallThe tournament started with a bang for the year 10s as we won 9 - 1 against King Richards. Priory then played a very difficult Mayfield side and lost 4 - 0. The next few games would prove crucial to our overall outcome as we were beaten 1 - 0 to another King Richard team and 3 - 2 to Springfield despite being 2 - 1 up. However a few other wins allowed us to finally reach 3rd in the overall table. We played really well at times and scored lots of goals. Scorers are as follows: Micheal Hodges 7, Harry Ormerod 5, Shapol Mohamed 4, Charlie Clark 4, Jamie Whiteford 1Done CBA 30/1J drive (video)/ My pictures/ Year 10 football
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27/01/2017JJr9/10/11Ruby Burnell, Gracie White, Alex Collighan, Rosie Cowie, Darcy Challacombe-Grant, Scarlett Thomas, Imogen Thomas, Sophie Tilley, Nazirah Ali, Charley BrasherFootballPompey in the Community U16 Girls Tournament - 1st placePetersfield A, Petersfield B, Crookhorn A, Crookhorn BPriory A 1st Priory B 6thBoth Priory A and B six a side teams headed to Roko on a very cold January morning. Each team faced 5 matches during the group stages to hopefully reach the knock out rounds. Priory A started strongly against Crookhorn B beating them 11-0 in their first game. Priory A continued their winning run during the group stages with victories over Petersfield A (6-2), Crookhorn A (5-0), Priory B (7-2) and Petersfield B (3-2). Priory B had Imogen Thomas making her first ever appearance as Priory goalkeeper and Nazirah Ali also making her debut for Priory. Unfortunately the opposition proved to be tough and the girls failed to win a game. Priory A progressed to the semi-finals to play against Crookhorn B where the girls won 10-0. The A team met Petersfield B in the final - an interesting game to watch for the neutral spectator. Peterfield took an early lead but later goals from Gracie White and Alex Collighan proved to be crucial in a great 2-1 win. Priory A were crowned champions.Done CBA 6/2To follow
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13/03/2017KBu9/10Lauren Mc'Neil, Emma Poore, Rachel Jackson, Harriet Brown, Sacha Tanner, Jamie DeBeer, Scarlett Thomas, Maddie SmithNetballPortsmouth Schools TournamentSpringfield, Milton CrossLost 7-3 Springfield Won 7-2 Milton CrossA mixture of year 9 and 10 Priory students headed over to Portsmouth Academy For Girls to the annual Year 10 Portsmouth Schools Netball Tournament. Despite playing into blinding Spring sunshine, Priory made a fantastic start against Springfield holding them to 3-3 at half time. During the second half Priory were getting lots of interceptions, but were unable to convert. The final score was 7-3 to Springfield. Priory then played Milton Cross. This was an excellent performance from the first whistle. Sacha Tanner and Emma Poore defended the circle well to limit Milton Cross to 2 goals. Harriet Brown and Lauren Mc'Neil proved to be a strong shooting duo scoring 7 between them. Rachel Jackson, Scarlett Thomas and Maddie Smith moved the accurately though the court resulting in a 7-2 victory for Priory. This was a strong performance as many year 9 students were playing up in this year 10 tournament.Done CBA 20/3None
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15/03/2017KBu9Sacha Tanner, Jamie DeBeer, Scarlett Thomas, Maddie Smith, Maria Matuzeviciute, Katie Schofield, Nazirah AliNetballPortsmouth Schools TournamentMilton Cross, Admiral Lord Nelson, MayfieldLost 6-1 Milton cross, Won 5-1 Admiral Lord Nelson, Won 4-0 MayfieldPriory faced a tough challenge in thier first match against Milton Cross. The GS from Milton Cross did not miss a shot. Priory made lots of interception, but struggled to convert them into goals. The girls played with a positive attitude and did not let their heads go down. For their second game Priory came out fighting against Admiral Lord Nelson and scored 3 consecutive goals. There was some excellent shooting from Katie Schofiled and Maddie Smith with a 5-1 victory. For the final match of the day Priory were playing Mayfield. Throughout the game Priory showcased a defencive masterclass in the form of Scarlet Thomas, Sacha Tanner and Nazirah Ali. Mayfield were unable to score for the entire match. Jamie De Beer moved the ball through the court well resulting in a 4-0 victory.Done CBA 20/3None
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21/3/2017JJr7/8Ruby Burnell, Sydney Leverton-McCreedy, Jess Bierton, Ellie Pearce, Ava Emington-Noden, Emma Dillon, Samm Hart, Lola WallGirls FootballPortsmouth Schools Tournament - 2nd placeSt. Edmunds, Miltoncross A&B, Trafalgar, King Richard, Springfield, Mayfield, ALNS, PHS Priory 2-0 MXB, Priory 2-0 Mayfield, Priory 0-0 King Richard; Priory 0-0 Springfield. Priory 1 - 0 ALNSPriory hosted the Portsmouth Schools Partnership Tournament for Girls' football - with the top 2 teams progressing through to the Hampshire Youth Games to represent Portsmouth. The tournament had a great turn-out with most schools in the area attending. Priory faced tough competition, however the girls secured wins against Mayfield and Miltoncross and draws against King Richards and Springfield. Priory were against ALNS in the semi-final, where they won 1-0. Priory met St. Edmunds in the final. After normal time being played the score remained 0-0, however, St. Edmunds won 4-3 on penalties. Priory have qualified to represent Portsmouth at the Hampshire Youth Games in Aldershot along with St. Edmunds.J drive, PE, Girls Football, Yr 7/8
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27/3/2017KBU9/10Lauren Mc'Neil, Emma Poore, Harriet Brown, Sacha Tanner, Nazirah Ali, Scarlett Thomas, Maddie SmithNetballPortsmouth Schools TournamentSpringfield, Priory 7-4 Mayfield. Priory 3-1 SpringfieldPriory year 9 and 10 Netball Team were due to play Admiral Lord Nelson and St Edmud's to complete their Portsmouth Schools Netball Tournament. However, both school did not show up for their fixtures against Priory. This did not dampen Priory's spirits and the team arranged to play friendlies against Springfield and Mayfield. Priory faced tough opposition in both games, but fought hard to win coming back from 3-1 down against Mayfield to win 7-4. Priory led from the outset against Springfield winning 3-1. All memebers of the team put in solid performances with all umpires commenting on Priory's sportsmanship. Another successful performance from Priory's netball teams.Shared with DRa
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28/3/2017JJr9/10Ruby Burnell, Rowan Hawkins, Scarlett Thomas, Imogen Thomas, Megan Hart, Rosie Cowie, Sophie Tilley, Kaitlin Tilley, Darcy C-GGirls FootballPortsmouth Schools Tournament - 1st PlacePHS, St. EdsPriory 5 - 0 PHS, Priory 1 - 1 St. Eds (Priory won 4-3 on pens).Priory were again hosts for the Yr9/10 Portsmouth Schools Partnership Girls' Football tournament. The girls started strongly with a 5-0 over Portsmouth High School - Sophie and Kaitlin Tilley both getting two goals each whilst Darcy Challacombe-Grant also got on the scoresheet. The 2nd game against St. Edmunds proved to be much tougher. Priory took an early lead through Darcy Challacombe-Grant, however, St. Edmunds managed to pull a goal back with 5mins from time. After a very physical game, the final score ended 1-1. The tournament was to be decided on penalties. Ruby Burnell proved what an excellent goalkeeper she is by saving the first penalty. Penalties were also scored by Darcy C-G, Megan Hart, Sophie Tilley and Kaitlin Tilley. Priory won overall 4-3 on penalties. J drive, PE, Girls Football, Yr 9/10
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3/4/2017KBu9Sacha Tanner, Jamie DeBeer, Carolanne Ladapo, Maddie Smith, Maria Matuzeviciute, Katie Schofield, Nazirah Ali, Ellie SlaterNetballPortsmouth Schools TournamentPAFG, SpringfieldPriory 3-1 PAFG, Priory 5-4 Springfield overall 1st place in tournament!Priory travelled to PAFG for their last 2 games of the 2017 Portsmouth Schools Netball Tournment. Following two second place finished for two consecutive years the team were determined to win and they didn't disaappoint! In their fist game against PAFG Priory went 2-0, before PAFG started to fight back to 2-1. Just before the final whistle Priory converted a fantastic turnover to win 3-1. The toughest game of the tournament was always going to be against Springfield, who have won for the past two years. Priory came out strong and were leading 3-2 at half time. Springfield came back fighting and went into the lead at 4-3. Priory kept their composure and fought for every ball resulting in a spectacular 5-4 victory. Priory were pronounced the winners of the 2017 Year 9 Portsmouth Schools Tournament.
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5/4/2017DRa9Syd Davies, Oscar Noyce, George Longhurst, Caleb Jones, Josh Graney, Tom Gough, Niyaj Niyazus, Kai Stoneley, Charlie Musson, Rahat Ahmed, Ferrelle Ahmed, Joe Curley, Dan Moseley, Leon SnowFootballPortsmouth LeagueTrafalgarPriory Win 2-1This was the Year 9's last game of the season and they didn't disappoint as they ran out comfortable 2-1 winners. Ferelle Ahmed scored both of the goals putting Priory 2-0 in front and the Priory backline was only beaten when the Trafalgar left winger scored a beautifully curled free kick from 25 yards towards the end of the second half. Even after this the boys didn't look like they were losing and the boys have continued their upward trend since starting at Priory School. Their league record reads as follows: W3, D0, L2Done CBa 01/05
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