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Results and Achievements


U11 Netball Tournament
Eight girls headed to Suzhou for last week's Under 11 netball tournament at Dulwich Suzhou. Once again the girls proved that they are improving every week as we won 3 games, drew one game and lost one game with a limited squad of players. All players performed well, especially those who were not in their usual positions. The players' player was awarded to Mia Rayner and the Captain's player was Katherine Graham. This week coming we are hosting the Netball Tournament at BISS Pudong and we hope for another great performance by all players. Written by Maggie McKellar (Captain)


Girls Football v SMIC (Division 1)
On Tuesday March 11 the girl’s football team played SMIC in a home game. Although dominating the whole game, the pace and standard of play was not as high as usual. Sofieke scored a beautiful 1-0 goal that went right through the goalie's legs. The second half contained quite a few shots on goal, however once again luck was not on our side and the game ended 1-0. Despite the win the girls felt slightly disappointed at their performance and knew that it had not been their best game. Our heads are back in the game, fully prepared for this weekend's tournament at SAS Pudong. Let's go tigers!

Emilia


Boys Football v SAS Pudong (Division 2)
Today we played a very good match where we won 5-0. We were solid at the back and we completely dominated the midfield. Andrea scored 2 accurate shots, Helmut scored from a backheel pass, Oliver got a goal from a corner and Aleks scored a stunner from long distance. At the beginning of the game, I felt we did not play as well as we were a bit nervous and still trying to find our rhythm. However, once we got our first goal we started getting more confident, and that's where we started to assert our dominance over SAS. By half time, Andrea had scored 2 goals. After the half time team talk, we continued to dominate, and we kept possession very well and whenever we lost the ball, their defense would just bomb it down and we would just start the attack again. By this time we knew we had already secured the win, because for the whole match they posed no problems against us at all. We continued to dominate possession right to the end and we scored 3 goals in the 2nd half as a result. Overall it was a great game. However, I feel we could improve on keeping the ball and finishing, as we could have kept the ball for longer periods of the game, and we could have at least won by 8 or 9 goals, if we were more clinical

 

Upcoming Fixtures

Tues 18 March SISAC Girls Football vs Dulwich (Div 1) 3.15 – 5.30pm Away
  Boys Volleyball vs SAS Pudong 3.15 – 5.30pm Home
Wed 19 March SISAC Boys Football (Div 2) 4.15pm – 5.30pm Home
Thurs 20 March CISSA Girls Volleyball vs Dulwich 4.15 – 5.30pm Away
2123 March Nanjing International School ACAMIS Swimming Gala Nanjing

 

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