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Excellent Work (Week Beginning 23/3/15)

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Newsletter 27th March 2015

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8th Straight Win Has Mr Melville Reaching For The WHC Record Books

Boldmere 1 WHC 3
 
With the games coming thick and fast WHC took to the field in this league fixture against another unbeaten side with confidence coursing through their veins and they started that way by pummelling the Boldmere goal until it gave way following a brilliant move that saw Alfie putting in Caius to see him square a lovely ball to Morgan who cut inside his man and slotted the ball into the bottom corner 1-0.  The old adage that you are at your most vulnerable straight after scoring a goal came true as we conceded at a poorly defended corner 1-1.  This only served to spur the boys on and Caius put us back in front with a brave header.  Half Time 1-2.
 
Kicking up the slope in the second half we expected the tables to be turned in terms of chances but we still looked the more likely to score as Alfie’s scorpion kick drifted agonisingly wide.  It wasn’t long before we put the game out of reach when Josh beat two defenders and blasted home 1-3.  A fully deserved victory which saw Boldmere unable to cope at times with the high energy fast passing WHC game – great teamwork boys.
 
Next up is Perry Beeches in the HMS Cup on Tuesday 14th April.

WHC March Into The Semis

Hill West 1 WHC 2
 
The boys arrived with no Marcus, who was missing through illness, and no goalkeeper until Alex arrived fashionably late but just in time for kickoff!  WHC had to wear the bibs as the away team due to a colour clash with Josh, Morgan and Alfie slightly annoyed that they didn’t get to wear the netball bibs they wore last year in the same fixture claiming it was a good luck thing but the parents weren’t so sure as Josh was overheard saying he liked the Goal Defence one last year! 
Hill West Match
WHC piled on the pressure from the off and eventually the deadlock was broken with Morgan sliding the ball home after being set free for a one on one with the Hill West keeper 0-1 .
 
The half continued in the same vein with Alfie hitting the bar and the keeper saving well from Josh, Caius and Morgan.  The score somehow stayed at 1-0 until half time which hopefully wouldn’t come back to haunt us.
 
The second half was a much more even affair and Hill West began to show why they are also unbeaten this season but WHC continued to probe with Sam looking comfortable at the back and soon enough Alfie got onto a through ball and doubled WHCs lead 0-2 with 5 minutes to go.  WHC seemed to think that the job was done only to take their foot off the gas and allow Hill West to pull one back 1-2 and create a nervy last few minutes!
 
A couple of special mentions go to Lois from Hill West who played fantastically and showed that girls football has a bright future and to Matty who was the unsung hero of the victory and who singlehandedly nullified the tricky Hill West striker who ended up showing his frustration with some interesting tackles which Matty took in his stride. Semis here we come! 
 

Excellent Work (Week Beginning 16/3/15)

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Solar Eclipse Video

To capture the events of this morning, we set up some time lapse cameras around the Oaks building to try to catch the moments of darkness. While the light was definitely subdued, it didn't get as dark as some of us expected, and unfortunately it doesn't come across as well on our videos as it did in real-life.

Why not watch the video below anyway to check out our footage and see some of the great photos!

We had brilliant clear skies to watch the eclipse and it was a fascinating and rare experience for all!

Solar Eclipse Day!

Today we were lucky enough to get to watch the solar eclipse! We all went outside just after 9:00 to see the moon covering the sun. So that our eyes weren't damaged by the sun we made sure that we wore our solar eclipse glasses at all times. After we'd seen the solar eclipse we completed exciting activities in our phases, including creating news reports about the eclipse and solar eclipse art work. Thank you for your kind donations towards the solar eclipse glasses, children will be bringing these home today to keep.

WHC 4 Coppice 0

WHC make it 6 wins out of 6 in all 2014/15 League and Cup competitions.
 
The boys played some lovely passing football, especially in the first half and scored 2 great team goals early on  with Alfie sliding the ball home to make it 1-0 after some great work from Josh down the right hand side  and then Morgan coolly finishing off another great team goal to double our lead after pretty much all 6 outfield players touched the ball in the buildup.  2 - 0  
 
The second half saw WHC firmly on top again and further goals from Marcus & a second for Alfie saw WHC coast to a 4 – 0 victory in the spring sunshine.
 
Full Time WHC 4 Coppice 0
 
Once again on the adjacent pitch, WHC fielded a second team to take on Coppice’s B team and again proved the quality that WHC have in Year 5 and 6 as they recorded a great 3 – 0  victory with goals  Mark,  Louis  and  Mark again with the third.
 
Well done boys! Next up is Hill West in the cup on Monday follwed by fellow title contenders Boldmere on Thursday next week. 
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