Football league news


Thorp’s amazing football team carried on with their impressive winning streak and were very happy with their 6-0 win against Stanley Road. The boys had a much tougher game second match but played amazingly and came out with a 1-0 win against Yew Tree. The boys, with their amazing one touch passing, managed to get around the defenders and the pitch with no problems. Thorps defenders were strong at the back, also Thorps wingers were up and down like yoyos. The midfielders were springing balls around passing left, right and centre. Then the Thorp keeper made some fantastic saves, keeping us in the match. Further up the pitch Thorp’s striker scored some outstanding goals and Thorp had won another two matches for their school.

Football League Report 19/11/15

Thorp Primary school’s excellent football team continued their momentum and their awesome winning streak. The league is close at the top with Thorp, Mills Hill, Hulme and Corpus Christie all battling it out for glory. This week Thorp had two tough matches against Mills Hill and Hulme, which are both in the top four. The results were narrow beating Mills Hill 2-1 and Hulme 1-0.
Thorp played with belief and didn’t let their heads go down at all. The work rate of the players was astounding, everybody working hard to maintain the lead. The defending was excellent and a double save from our goalkeeper kept us in the game. The boys played and continued trying until the goal finally came.
The boys are bursting with excitement for next week and all the boys are really positive. Thorp need to keep their brilliant attitude and keep respecting the opposition.

Football League Report 5/11/15

Thorp’s football team got off to an amazing start in the Oldham Primary Schools League at Chapel Road on Thursday night. The league consists of twelve teams and Thorp will be playing every Thursday until spring half term. They played two 15 minute games against St Margaret’s and Whitegate End this week, winning both matches 5-0!

The boys played with fantastic desire and drive right from the first minute. They were first to every loose ball and were positive at every opportunity. Every boy in the squad played their part, with some excellent passing, selfless play and driving runs. The finishing throughout the side was devastating, with five different scorers on the team sheet.

We look forward to next week, where the team will be careful to keep their feet on the ground and play with the same great attitude. Thanks to all the parents who gave lifts and came to support us. I know they enjoyed it.

Mr Lengden

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