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Aylesbury Vale District Athletics Championships

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Twenty four pupils from KS2 travelled over to Stoke Mandeville stadium after school on Monday for an exciting evening of track and field athletics . Competing against 7 other schools in Group C of the championships (where groups are set based on the KS2 pupils numbers) St Michael's started the event well with some excellent long jump and shot results , with some children taking part in their very first athletics competition. Throughout the evening there were numerous notable performances with everyone doing their best to accumulate points which would contribute to the overall team result. The relays were particularly successful with St Michael's winning 3 of the 4 races, thanks to the wealth of great sprinters we have at the moment, as well as the practice the children have put into their changeovers. At the end of the event St Michael's were rewarded for their efforts by winning the overall team competition by 20 points from Bierton School. Individual event winners included Lulu Woodward-Harris (LJ and 80m), Reuben Simister (80m) Ollie Scott (60m) Eloise Simister (60m) Sanchia Kirchin (LJ) Cassiopeia Kirchin (SHOT) but there were numerous outstanding performances from the entire team that ensured such an incredible result. Therefore well done to all of the above athletes plus Mason Stanmore, Isabelle Massey, Stuie Joy-Young, Bobby & Kirsty Roadnight, Megan Paul-Thomas, Emma Hughes, Harry McKenna, Dylan Mansfield, Ruben Martins-Miranda, Paolo Gray, Callum Meader, Sophie Ford, Frankie Joy-Young, Emily Axten-Blackwell, Izzy Vaile, Ben Ryan and Thomas Dooley on a brilliant performance and thanks to all the parents and staff who turned up to support on a great night of athletics.


Buckingham School Sports Partnership Hi-Five Netball Festival

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two teams from St Michael’s took part in the Bucks Partnership Hi-Five Netball Festival at Cottesloe School. All of our players performed exceptionally well, with both teams making it through to the semi-finals and one team to the finals. There were 2 pools, A and B, made up of 5 teams. In Pool A, our Year 6 players were: Alex, Cassie, Hannah, Lulu, Megan, Paolo and Sonny. Their play was fast-paced and exciting to watch and demonstrated impressive skills in both attack and defence. They were unbeaten in all their matches except one against High Ash A’s, which meant they made it through to the Semi-Finals to play the Winners of Pool B, High Ash B’s. This match they won 2-0 to take them through to the Final. In Pool B, our Year 6 team was made up of: Callum, Olivia, Sam, Sky, Sophie, Tommy and one Year 5 player, Imogen. Again, St Michael’s players were fantastic, winning every single one of their games. Their teamwork and support of each other was terrific. This team also made it through to the Semi-Finals to play High Ash A’s. Unfortunately, they lost against the team that was to win overall. However, getting this far in the competition was a fantastic achievement. In the Final, High Ash A’s met our team from Pool A for a second time and what an exciting match it was. A closely fought six minute game, which could have gone either way. Both teams had opportunities to take the lead, with the ball flying from one end to another. It wasn’t to be for St Michael’s, as High Ash managed to sink one goal and just pip us at the post. However, these two teams will still go through to the Partnership Finals at Stoke Mandeville later next year. All our players were outstanding and a credit to St Michael’s School. Well done.