Thursday, 21 September 2017

Year 4 mixed football 5-a-side competition

On Wednesday 20th September eight Year 4 children represented Chilcote at a mixed football competition. The competition took place at Kings Heath Boys School. There were five teams at the tournament and each team played each other once in a league format.

Chilcote started out with a game against Bells Farm who were a very good side. It was a tight game with Chilcote finding it hard to score, but with not long left on the clock James hit a curling effort that the keeper could only touch into her own net.

In their second game Chilcote played against Yardley Wood. They started really well and scored quite quickly. They then added a second and third goal to run out 3v0 winners.

In the third game Chilcote played against Hollywood. This was a tough match as Hollywood had won their first two games too. Chilcote took the lead with their first attack before adding a second not long afterwards. Not long before the end Hollywood got a goal with a long range shot. This made for a nervy finish. Chilcote held firm though and won 2v1.

Finally, Chilcote played against the Oaks. Chilcote played really well and managed to score 4 goals in the game. This meant that they won 4v0.

Therefore, Chilcote topped the league at the end of the night having won every game and only conceding 1 goal.

Well done to all of the children who were involved as they represented the school brilliantly and performed excellently!!!

Monday, 18 September 2017

South Birmingham 7-a-side

On Friday 15th September the Chilcote boys' football team took part in their first tournament of the year - the South Birmingham 7-a-side tournament. The tournament took place at Yardley Wood playing fields. A total of fourteen schools entered the tournament and were split into four groups.

Chilcote were drawn in a group with Clifton and Acocks Green. They played Acocks Green first and won 1v0. Then, they beat Clifton 1v0 as well. They then played the two schools again and beat them both 2v0 this time. Therefore, Chilcote finished top of the group and qualified for the semi finals.

In the semi finals Chilcote played against St Ambrose Barlow. It was a good game that Chilcote dominated but they just could not get a goal. After normal time and extra time the game ended 0v0. This meant penalties. Chilcote managed to win 2v1 on penalties and deservedly got to the final.

In the final Chilcote played against Colmore. Colmore were the better side in the match and had the ball in Chilcote's half for long periods but they couldn't find a goal. This meant that the match again went to penalties. Chilcote missed their first two penalties. Which meant Colmore needed to score to win, but they didn't and then Chilcote scored their first penalty in sudden death and Colmore again missed, meaning Chilcote were the winners!

Well done to all of the boys involved as they represented the school brilliantly! They now get to go to a county tournament and represent South Birmingham!