Thursday 28th February 16:00 - 18:00
Year 6 Girls' Football Final @ Parmiter's School
Tuesday 5th March 16:00 - 18:00
U13 Girls' Rugby @ St Joan of Arc School
Thursday 7th March 12:45 - 14:45
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, Francis Combe Family (Festival 1)
@ Francis Combe Academy
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, The Reach Free Family @ The Reach Free School
Tuesday 12th March 12:45 - 14:45
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, Parmiter's Family @ Parmiter's School
Tuesday 12th March 16:00 - 18:00
U12 & U13 Boys' and Girls' Indoor Athletics @ RMS
Thursday 14th March 12:45 - 14:45
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, Francis Combe Family (Festival 2)
@ Francis Combe Academy
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, South Oxhey Family @ Greenfields School
Thursday 14th March 16:00 - 18:00
U13 & U15 Boys' and Girls' Handball @ Rickmansworth School
Thursday 21st March 12:45 - 2:45
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, St Clement Danes Family @ St Clement Danes School
Year 5 Tag Rugby League, Rickmansworth Family @ Rickmansworth School
Tuesday 26th March 16:00 - 18:00
Year 6 Quicksticks Hockey @ Rickmansworth School
Tuesday 2nd April 16:00 - 18:00
Year 5 Tag Rugby League Final @ St Joan of Arc School
Girls' Football 2018/2019
Recently we saw the return of the Girls' Football League for 2018/2019, with 17 teams participating across 4 leagues in Three Rivers and Watford. The 4 winners and the best runners-up qualified through to the Finals Day held at Parmiter's on 28th February.
In the Francis Combe League, Orchard progressed as winners for the second year in a row. Divine Saviour and Little Green won three out of three to take the title in the Parmiter's League and Rickmansworth League respectively. The St Clement Danes League was closely fought, as The Russell qualified as winners thanks to a 1-0 victory over Chorleywood in the group decider. Despite this, Chorleywood won their three other fixtures and edged through as runners-up.
On the Finals Day at Parmiter's the 5 successful schools participated in a Round Robin competition as they fought to become Three Rivers and Watford Champions. The first two fixtures were nervous encounters, with teams looking eager to defend and not lose in their first game. The Russell and Little Green, as well as Orchard and Divine Saviour, played out a 0-0 draw in their opening fixtures.
Little Green and The Russell managed to win their next matches, leaving them tied at the top after 2 rounds of fixtures. Divine Saviour beat Chorleywood to put themselves in contention, but a win for The Russell against Orchard gave them a lead at the top. Little Green won their game in hand against Divine Saviour to draw them level with the Russell, while Chorleywood managed a victory over Orchard.
In the last round of fixtures, Little Green played Orchard while The Russell battled it out against Chorleywood. With The Russell and Little Green level on points, it looked as if the title might be decided on goal difference. However, Little Green managed a victory while Chorleywood held The Russell to a 0-0 draw, meaning Little Green were crowned champions and take the title held by The Russell last year.
A huge congratulations to Little Green, as well as the other 4 teams for their efforts to make it to the Finals. Thank you to staff and the support of parents and guardians throughout the season. We look forward to next year!
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