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PE Department Update

Miss Adams has been busy running both the KS3/under 13’s and KS4/under 15’s girl’s sides who have played their first ever competitive league and cup fixtures this term. This has largely been an incredibly successful undertaking. Testament to the hard work from both staff and students alike.

The under 15’s have had mixed results this half term. To begin with they struck off in a positive manner earning a 2-2 draw with local Catholic rivals Cardinal Wiseman. However, then lost to Hodgehill and Greenwood academy.

Under 13’s have enjoyed a hugely successful start winning all of their fixtures so far in an accomplished fashion and playing some lovely passing football along the way. Firstly, they had a tough draw against Arthur Terry but showed great character to overcome them 1-0 in a physical affair. They then went on to beat Cardinal Wiseman 2-1 before clocking up a thumping 5-0 win against Hodge hill as well as beating Greenwood academy 4-0.

Players of the term for Under 15’s goes to Alexia and Maria. With all of the under 13’s students performing so admirably they all deserve credit. However, for her hard work and determination the player of the term going to Grace Walker.

Year 9 Football

Mr Parker’s year 9 side continued their successful start to the season with back to back victories in both the District and Birmingham cups. Firstly, they player George Dixon Academy and ran out 6-0 winners. With goals from Akidi (2), Hurlock, Blake, Kigozi and Munira. The same week they then eased aside Heartlands Academy 4-2, with two goals from Kigozi and one a piece from Blake and Molloy.

Year 10 Football

With only two games during this half-term due to adverse weather conditions it was a case of one win and one loss for Mr Everitt’s year 10 side. Firstly, they were drawn against Tudor Grange Kingshurst in the Birmingham cup and despite taking the lead twice and finding themselves 2-1 up complacency set it and they ended up losing the tie 5-2.

However, they showed good character to bounce back in the District cup against Heartlands academy to win 11-0 and book themselves a place in the semi-final. Goal scorers were;

Connaughton (4), Nolan (3), N’Kongolo (2), Anyinsah (with a superb long-range strike & McConnell.

Year 11 Football

Having enjoyed success in their other fixtures Year 11 were buoyed going into their third round Birmingham cup tie against Alderbrook school. However, the students found themselves wanting in terms of their attitude and performances on the pitch, conceding a number of sloppy goals. Missing the clear influence of injured midfield linchpin McElwaine the side never really got going and ended up losing 6-2.

Nonetheless, Campion fared better in the West Midlands cup against Coventry side Cardinal Newman. Mr Finnigan’s side found themselves in an entertaining end to end affair which had it all- skill, controversial penalties and sublime celebrations.

At full time the game ended 2-2, which meant it was to be taken to extra time. However, even the additional time could not separate the sides as this ended 3-3! The goals coming from Mitchell and Pearce (2).

Which meant penalties loomed. With all bar one of Campion’s outfield players scoring and the hosts very much the same it came down to the keeper and the cross bar to earn Campion a 9-8 victory.


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