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Secondary Sport Competitions Update 22/1/16

Update about KS4 Basketball vs UNIS 18th Jan and KS3 Football vs UNIS 19th Jan

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KS4 Basketball vs UNIS 18th Jan

After the Christmas break the KS4 basketball team were right back into action against UNIS. The game started close but the experience of UNIS shone through in the later quarters. From basket to basket BVIS matched their opponents. We were aggressive underneath the basket on rebounds and showed courage taking the ball to the hoop. A couple of excellent plays from man of the match Xuan Quang put us on the front foot. It was only our composure and sloppiness underneath the basket that let us down. It was a hard fought game in which the team gave everything, they should be proud of their efforts.

Mr Perry Wild – PE Teacher

 

KS3 Football vs UNIS 19th Jan

On Tuesday 19th January, the KS3 girls’ football team played against UNIS and secured their first win of the season, winning 1-0. The girls thoroughly deserved to win this game. Every single player’s work rate was outstanding; they worked hard and played well as a team. They were determined and showed great passion and were rewarded 15 minutes into the game with a goal by Bich Ngoc. Although Ngoc scored the goal, it was a team effort and came after some really good passes down the pitch. I am really proud of the girls’ performance and they should be too. On Saturday 23rd January, they will return to UNIS to compete in the KS3 Football tournament there.

Miss Alicia Smith – PE Teacher

 

On Tuesday afternoon, the Key Stage 3 boys’ football match between BVIS and UNIS took place. The absence of our central midfielder Sy Long (Year 9) together with physically stronger opponents caused difficulties for our boys. Although UNIS finally won 8-1, our team made great efforts with fantastic individual performances by Nam Khanh, Gia Phuong Nhan Vu. This experience will help our players before the tournament on 23 January. Practice is crucial between matches!

Mr Quyen - PE Teaching Assistant

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