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  • National School Sports Week 2024 ~ Part 1

    Published 18/06/24

    Monday 17th June to Friday 21st June sees the nation's schools celebrating National School Sport Week 2024. Each year the Youth Sport Trust dedicates one week to promoting PE in schools and co-curricular activities. This year's theme, powered by Sports Direct's Monster Kickabout, brings a special one-off Euro 2024 event that emphasises football as a means to engage young people in PE, sport and play. At BGS, we have been celebrating the week with lots of competitive events within lessons. We encourage you all to get out and get active as much as you can!

    #NSSW got off to a flying start with some football tournaments for the boys. With lots going on during the week, let’s hope the weather stays nice.

    Click here to view the National Schools Sports Week 2024 Photo Gallery.

    Euro 2024 ~ What you need to know

    14th June ~ 14th July 2024

    The UEFA EURO 2024 final tournament is just around the corner and is scheduled to take place from 14 June to 14 July 2024. This year it will take place in Germany, spanning over 10 stadiums. It first started in the 1960s in France, but it only included 4 countries and the first winner was The Soviet Union.

    The group stage runs until 26 June, with the knockout stage beginning on 29 June.

    The countries taking part are:

    Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
    Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
    Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
    Group D: Poland, Netherlands, Austria, France
    Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine
    Group F: Türkiye, Georgia, Portugal, Czechia

    England's 26-man squad are:

    Goalkeepers: Dean Henderson (Crystal Palace), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)

    Defenders: Lewis Dunk (Brighton & Hove Albion), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace), Ezri Konsa (Aston Villa), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Newcastle United), Kyle Walker (Manchester City)

    Midfielders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Kobbie Mainoo (Manchester United), Declan Rice (Arsenal), Adam Wharton (Crystal Palace)

    Forwards: Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United), Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Anthony Gordon (Newcastle United), Harry Kane (Bayern Munich), Cole Palmer (Chelsea), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Ivan Toney (Brentford), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

    The final will take place on the 14th July 2024, but only one team can win.

    Riley Boyle, Year 12

    Football Events

    With the 2024 Euros underway, this year we have included a football tournament for all students in their PE lessons, giving all students a chance to play competitively.

    Bexley Grammar has had a lot of success in football competitions this year, with the First XI winning the Kent Premier League. Our Year 8 Squad reached the final in the North Kent Cup (just pipped by Wilmington Grammar) and our Year 9s were crowned champions in the Kent Cup.

    We are super proud of all of our students, and we would like to thank and congratulate all students who have represented BGS in all sports. A big congratulation to the students below, who have been selected by teachers and coaches to get a special mention following a fantastic football season.

    National School Sports Week Award Winners

    We are thrilled to present the below awards to students who have demonstrated exceptional dedication and enthusiasm by actively participating in numerous sports clubs. Your commitment, sportsmanship, and passion for physical activity have set a shining example for your peers. Your involvement not only enhances your own skills and well-being but also contributes significantly to the vibrant sporting community at our school. Congratulations on your outstanding achievement, and thank you for inspiring others with your dedication to sports.

    Summer Events

    Cricket T20 World Cup

    4th June ~ 30th June 2024

    The Cricket World Cup 2024:
    England’s Fixtures and Key Dates

    As the cricketing world gears up for the 2024 Cricket World Cup, excitement and anticipation are at an all-time high. This prestigious tournament, set to take place throughout the West Indies and areas of the United States, promises thrilling matches and intense competition amongst the world's best cricketing teams. The tournament begins on June 4th and will culminate on June 29th at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.

    England enters the competition with a strong squad, carrying the nation’s hopes with them.

    The England squad is composed of:

    Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Ben Duckett, Tom Hartley, Will Jacks, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Adil Rashid, Phil Salt, Reece Topley and Mark Wood.

    The groups for the tournament are as follows:

    Group A: Canada, India, Ireland, Pakistan, USA
    Group B: Australia, England, Namibia, Oman, Scotland
    Group C: Afghanistan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, West Indies
    Group D: Bangladesh, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Netherlands

    The top two sides from each group then progress to the Super 8s stage of the event, with the bottom three teams from each group eliminated.

    The remaining eight teams are then split into another two groups during the Super 8s phase, with sides playing three matches against their group rivals to determine the semi-finalists.

    The semi-finals will be played out between the top two teams from each Super 8s group, with the winners then progressing to the one-off final with all to play for in Barbados on 29th June.

    Jacob Jeffrey, Year 12

    Tour de France

    29th June ~ 21st July 2024

    The Tour de France is one of the world's most prestigious and gruelling cycling races, held annually since 1903. It is held in France with occasional segments in neighbouring countries. Originating as a promotion by the French newspaper L'Auto, the race spans 21 stages over 23 days, covering around 3,500 kilometres and featuring a mix of terrain. Cyclists compete for various jerseys, including the yellow jersey for the overall leader, the green jersey for the best sprinter, the polka dot jersey for the top climber, and the white jersey for the best young rider.

    The teams consist of eight riders facing challenging terrain, from the Alps to the Pyrenees, with the race traditionally concluding on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. The event attracts millions of spectators, with last year there being 42.5 million viewers in just France alone. Famous winners of the event include Eddy Merckx and Bernard Hinault. However, the race has seen many doping scandals, the most famous being Lance Armstrong being stripped of his medals after being found cheating. Despite this, the Tour de France remains the most famous cycling event in the world, with a very large number of viewers each year.

    This year's race starts on the 29th June at 11:00am. The event starts in Florence and then ends three weeks later on 21st July in Nice, with daily coverage taking place on various TV Channels. We can see 8 different British Cyclists taking part in the Tour de France this year, all in various teams.

    Hopefully we see one of them win!

    Jed Baulch, Year 12

    Wimbledon

    1st July ~ 14th July 2024

    As summer is just getting started, the world’s eyes turn to London once again for the oldest and arguably most prestigious tennis tournament, Wimbledon. This year promises to be a great showcase of athletics, tradition and emerging talents!

    Wimbledon stands out from other tennis tournaments due to its history and commitment to tradition. Players wear white and compete on beautiful grass courts where spectators enjoy the games with their prosecco, strawberries and cream!

    Reigning men’s singles champion Novak Djokovic aims for another Grand Slam victory against formidable opponents like Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev. Last year, we experienced a historic and thrilling match where Carlos Alcaraz defeated Djokovic in a gruelling five-set battle, resulting in Alcaraz’s first Wimbledon title. Will he be back to claim his second this year, will Djokovic get his 8th Wimbledon Crown, or will we be pleasantly surprised by a new talent?

    In women’s singles, Iga Świątek seeks to prove her versatility on grass, with Aryna Sabalenka and Coco Gauff ready to challenge her. This summer will also see young talents such as Jannik Sinner and Emma Raducanu, who are poised to make a significant impact, bringing fresh excitement to the tournament.

    Wimbledon symbolises the pinnacle of tennis, sportsmanship, and global unity, attracting a diverse audience. From the Royal Box to Henman Hill, the tournament unites fans from around the world in celebrating tennis excellence. With excitement building, Wimbledon 2024 promises unforgettable moments, from epic battles to heart-warming triumphs. The tournament exemplifies the elegance, competitive spirit, and rich heritage that make it the crown jewel of the tennis calendar.

    Sophie Pooley, Year 12

    Paris Olympics 2024

    26th July ~ 11th August 2024

    The countdown to the Paris Olympics 2024 has started and is set to be a spectacular event, with high hopes placed on this year’s competition, especially the women’s 100m, as the top female athletes of the year once again go head-to-head for this worldwide showdown. However, the United Kingdom has created a formidable and exceptional team of athletes with the potential to leave marks in this year’s competition. One to look out for is GB's very own 100 and 200 sprinter, Dina-Asher Smith.

    Dina Asher-Smith, who is already a household name in the UK, is expected to be one of the standout stars of the Paris Games. As the reigning World Champion in the 200 metres and European Champion in both the 100 and 200 metres, Asher-Smith has consistently demonstrated her amazing ability on the track. Her exceptional speed and determination definitely makes her a favourite for multiple medals in Paris, and she will be a key figure in Britain's athletics team. Going up against the likes of Sha'Carri RICHARDSON, Shericka JACKSON, Shelly-Ann FRASER-PRYCE to name a few, Dina ASHER-SMITH is most definitely a fan favourite.

    Another athlete to look out for is 16-year-old skateboarder, Sky Brown. Already a skateboarding prodigy, having won bronze in the women's park skateboarding event at Tokyo 2020, making her one of the youngest Olympic medallists in history. At just 13, her exceptional talent and fearless approach to the sport were on full display. Despite a serious injury a year before the Games, Brown made a swift recovery, showcasing her resilience and determination. Her innovative tricks and fearless style have gained international acclaim, setting her apart in the competitive skateboarding world. She definitely aims to inspire young athletes to work hard at doing what they love.

    The Paris 2024 Olympics not only provides a platform for these incredible athletes but also represents a return to the roots of the modern Olympic movement. With the inclusion of new sports like breakdancing and the introduction of mixed-gender events, the Games continue to evolve. As the countdown to Paris continues, British athletes are training hard, fuelled by the hopes and dreams of a nation.

    Beth Abegunde-Williams, Year 12

    Paris Paralympics

    Wednesday 28th Aug ~ Sunday 8th Sept 2024

    Shooting Para Sport at Paris 2024

    As the countdown to the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games begins, anticipation is mounting for one of the most thrilling events on the schedule: Shooting Para sport. Set to take place between 30th August and 5th September at the prestigious Chateauroux Shooting Centre in central France, this competition promises to be the ultimate test of accuracy and control.

    In shooting para sport, athletes are renowned for their steady hand, unwavering concentration, and emotional control. Techniques such as focused and controlled breathing play a pivotal role in reducing heart rate and enhancing stability for optimal performance. Competitors engage in rifle and pistol events across various distances, each aiming to land shots closest to the centre of a 10-ring target.

    With up to 160 athletes from around the globe expected to participate, the stage is set for a showcase of talent and technique. Amongst the standout names in the sport's history is Sweden's Jonas Jacobsson, widely regarded as the most decorated shooter of all time. His remarkable achievements serve as a testament to the dedication and skill required to excel in this demanding discipline.

    Not to be overshadowed, Australia's Elizabeth Kosmala has left an indelible mark as the most successful female athlete in shooting para sport. Her nine gold medals and three silvers, earned between 1976 and 1988, are a testament to her enduring legacy in the sport.

    However, it's China that has been a dominant force in recent Games, clinching the top spot on the medals table for the third consecutive time at Tokyo 2020. With four gold medals out of the 13 up for grabs, China's shooters showcased their prowess on the international stage once again.

    The Chateauroux Shooting Centre, a state-of-the-art facility inaugurated in 2018, stands as one of Europe's largest shooting venues. Equipped with multiple shooting ranges, it provides the perfect setting to host all 13 Paralympic events. Beyond Paris 2024, the centre will continue to serve as a venue for international competitions, solidifying its status as a cornerstone of the global Para sport community.

    As the Games draw nearer, excitement builds for what promises to be a thrilling display of athleticism, determination, and sportsmanship in the Shooting Para sport competitions. With history in the making and medals up for grabs, the world eagerly awaits the action to unfold at the Chateauroux Shooting Centre.

    Mateja Smailys-Bartkus, Year 12

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  • Kent County Finals Girls' Cricket ~ June 2024

    Published 17/06/24

    Our girls' cricket teams competed at the Kent County finals for softball cricket in both U13 and U15 age groups on Tuesday, and played some fantastic cricket in securing second and fourth places, respectively.

    Year 8

    The Year 8s enjoyed a dominant win in the semi-final against Highworth Grammar, with some excellent batting and catches by Shriya key to the victory.  In the final they narrowly lost to a very strong Chis & Sid team.  The girls qualify for the regional finals in July, which is a great achievement.

    Year 10

    The Year 10s made incredible progress, and only missed out on 3rd place by 1 run - a thrilling final over against Hayes where they only just came up short.  Darina's captaincy and encouragement was a fine example to everyone and Kate's batting was a real highlight.

    It was fantastic to see the progress our girls' cricket has made in the last couple of years, from occasional players to county finalists in two age groups.  We hope it is just the start for our cricketers.  The girls all represented BGS and themselves brilliantly all day, and should be proud of themselves, as we are. Well done everyone.

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

    Click on the link here to view the Kent County Final Girls' Cricket 

     

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  • PE News ~ June 2024

    Published 11/06/24
    Year 9 Rounders Tournament

    It was a 2nd place finish for the Year 9 rounders team at the Bexley tournament at Townley. The team displayed exceptional skill, sportsmanship, and teamwork throughout the competition, with solid batting performances and strategic game play. A special mention goes to our standout performers:
    Devine for her outstanding efforts in both batting
    and outfield, along with Lisa for her calm and composed bowling. 
    A nail-biting final game! 

    Go team!
     
    Mrs Kemp, PE Department
    Year 8 & 10 Rounders Teams v Trinity

    Double success for our rounders teams against Trinity. High scoring games in all innings across both age groups. Our Year 8s produced rapid bowling, with outstanding deep field catches from Victoria, earning her the player of the match along with Nifemi for her consistent batting.

    A well battled game for the Year 10s girls. Another friendly and competitive again. Well done to everyone, and the rain held off!

    Mrs Kemp and Mrs Mallin

    Year 7 Cricket Team v Bullers Wood

    What a close game the Year 7 team were involved in last week! We got Bullers Wood (B) all out for 66 without them completing their full 20 overs. With 1 ball left of the game, we needed 2 runs to win.

    We managed to get 1 run and the scores were level!  As we bowled their team out and took more wickets, we progressed into the next round of the cup. It was great to see how pleased all the team were.

    A special congratulation goes to those boys making their BGS debut.

    Well done all!

    Mr Mackle, PE Department

    Year 10 Cricket Squad V Gravesend Grammar

    The Year 10 cricket squad put in a spirited performance against a very strong Gravesend Grammar School side last week.  We batted first but struggled to build any partnerships of note.  As a result, we were all out for 66 runs.  Although we did well to take a few early wickets, ultimately Gravesend won the match and therefore went through to the next round of the competition.

    We look forward to our next fixture against Beths!

    Mr Mackle

    Year 8 Cricket v Hurstmere

    Well done to the Year 8 cricket team, who eased to an 8 wicket win against Hurstmere on Monday. A blistering opening bowling spell from Atharva (4 wickets) and Ethan (2) left Hurstmere reeling at 9 for 6.  The boys knocked off the runs to win in less than 10 overs.

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

    Power Day 4 ~ Well Done Year 7!

    On Power Day 4, Year 7 took part in a PE fundraising event, with a competition to see which student and which form could be sponsored the most.  The students did a brilliant job, and raised nearly £2500! 

    7LC were crowned the highest fundraising form, and 5 students were given certificates for raising the most sponsorship: Ben McCarthy 7TMR, Caitlin Mackintosh 7TMR, Daniel Blair-Hicks 7SDA, Adi Chana 7LC and Charlotte Luxford 7LC.  Kasey Bokhoree-Cejzner 7LC also took the trophy for being our fundraising champion after he raised an incredible £210

    The funds will be used to contribute to our new tennis court fencing, and will also go towards the cost of a new scoreboard in the sports hall.  Thank you to everyone who sponsored a student, and to the pupils themselves for their hard work.

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

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  • Latest News ~ May 2024

    Published 23/05/24

    Year 8 Football

    Well done to the Year 8 football team who finished the season as Runners-Up in the North Kent Cup.  They played the final last Wednesday against a very strong Wilmington Grammar School side that had not conceded a goal throughout their season.  A great level of quality football from both teams was on show, but Wilmington ended up as Champions by winning 3-2 in an entertaining and exciting match.

    Congratulations to them as North Kent Champions and well done to the Year 8 squad for a real battling performance. Heads can most definitely be held high, even though the result didn't go our way. 

    Thank you to all who came to support them! Maybe next year will be our year... enjoy the summer break.

    Mr Mackle & Mr Skinner, PE Department

    Well Done Year 10 Sports Leaders!

    Well done to our fantastic Year 10 sports leaders who led a brilliant mini-tennis tournament for 6 local primary schools on Wednesday afternoon. Our leaders were a credit to themselves and the school.

    Thank you!

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

    Cricket News

    Year 7 Cricket

    Well done to the Year 7 cricket team after a hard fought battle against Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar School. Unfortunately, BGS came out second best this time despite scoring a very credible 284. The team spirit was fantastic, and the team were an absolute pleasure to work with in their first away fixture of the season. Yet more BGS pupils making their debut!

    Year 8 Cricket

    Well done to the Year 8 cricket team, who secured a comfortable 8-wicket win over Charles Darwin on Monday afternoon in the Kent Trophy.

    The boys can look forward to the next round after half-term.

    Year 10 Cricket

    A close opening game for our Year 10 cricket team. We scored 107 off 20 overs.  Wilmington reached the total with an over to go. A lovely evening and an enjoyable game that had lots of twists and turns.

    Ultimately, some excellent fielding from Wilmington beat us. The focus turns to our next fixture in a few days!

    Mr Mackle, PE Department

    Badminton – Congratulations James!

    Many congratulations to James Ng (Year 8) who, along with his Kent U15 teammates, secured a national badminton title at the finals of the Shires League at Loughborough University.  Qualifying by winning all of their matches during the season, James and his team beat Hertfordshire in round 1 of the finals, Warwickshire in the semi-final and Essex in the final.  Winning a national competition is a huge achievement - well done James!

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

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  • Bexley Champs!

    Published 23/05/24

    Well done to our Year 9 and 10 students who competed brilliantly at the Bexley Athletics Championships last week. There were a number of notable performances, with wins for Ava in the discus, Maddie in javelin, Molly in the long jump and a dominant win for Austin in the 800m. It wasn't just the winners, though - we accumulated a lot of points from many strong efforts in all events.

    Thanks also to our Year 12 PE prefects, who supported our students, and assisted with other events on the day and were a credit to BGS.

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

    Click here to view the Bexley Champs Photo Gallery.

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  • Well done - The Future Cheer Competition!

    Published 21/05/24

    On Sunday 5th May, I had the honour of being able to go to the Future Cheer Competition in Milton Keynes. As soon as I entered the arena, I felt a sudden chill, not from the crispy 6am air, but a chill of excitement. Seeing the other schools with their colour-coordinated uniforms was intimidating. However, my aim was not to drown in the pressure, but to have a nice time and enjoy the experience, and I surely did.

    After all the performances, there was a moment when people started to dance to songs they played on the speakers. This escalated into a massive dance circle where people were showing off their best moves and, before I knew it, I was in the middle of this circle showing off some of mine. When I got up, I saw the shock on everyone’s faces and I just couldn't help but smile. 

    Then the awards were announced and we came 6th! It may not seem that high, but for our first ever time, I thought it was excellent!

    This was an amazing experience, and I'm sure everyone else on the trip would agree. I will always remember this day and the amazing teacher who made all this possible. Thank you, Miss Mani.

    Lilla Berglund, Year 8

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  • Congratulations Alice!

    Published 07/05/24

    Huge congratulations to Alice Black and her netball team. Alice went to Sunderland to compete last weekend and came an impressive 7th in England!  Alice plays for Kent County Netball Club. Following an initial qualifying regional tournament and 14 matches throughout the season, they gained a place at the U16 National Finals. The 18 best teams in England played over 2 days, in Sunderland, at the Beacon of Light Stadium. Their team, KCNC, won 5 of their 7 matches in the Finals, only losing to the eventual winners and another top team. Congratulations to Alice, an excellent GD circle defender who played every match, blocking out the opposition, defending shots and making interceptions to turn the play over. She is part of an amazing team, who worked brilliantly together to beat tough opponents, and we can proudly say they came 7th in the country.

    Teamwork at its best!

    The PE department is proud of your success, Alice. Well done!

    Mrs Kemp, PE Department

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  • Year 9 & 10 Netball Trip

    Published 24/04/24

    London Pulse V Saracens Mavericks

    On Monday 15th April, the Year 9 and 10 girls' netball team went to watch the London Pulse netball team play against Saracens Mavericks at the Copper Box Arena.  It was really exciting to get to see them play, especially from the front few rows. 

    We watched how quickly they moved with the ball and how they worked the ball towards the shooters. The score was really close throughout the whole game and the last few minutes were really tense as the score was tied until the last second. 

    Everyone really enjoyed watching, and we would all love to go again! 

    Layla Evans, Year 10

    Click on the link here to view the London Pulse/ Saracens Mavericks Photo Gallery.

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  • Badminton Tournament

    Published 27/03/24

    We were lucky to secure a triangular fixture at Dartford Girls along with Townley. What a lovely group representing BGS with pride; great company and smiles all round. It was enjoyable seeing them all play friendly yet competitive games. Some wins, a draw and a couple of losses.

    There were outstanding performances from the following: 

    Yiyi, Lucia, Latika, Kendra, Kimran, Shriya, Shreya, Arelys, Lisa, Yu Xuan, Adebola, Yi Xin, Angela, Akyaka, Darina, Diep Anh and Anshika. 

    Well done to everyone! A rematch is definitely due…

    Mrs Kemp, PE Department

    Click on the link here to view the Badminton Tournament Photo Gallery.

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  • Bexley Football Tournament

    Published 27/03/24

    The Year 7 Girls’ Football team attended a Bexley Tournament at Goals on Wednesday. The team played 10 games against local schools in an intense afternoon of football. The team went from strength to strength as the afternoon went on and played some great football. We managed to secure four wins and two draws, whilst 4 teams managed to take the win over us. A huge well done to all the players for their determination and fantastic attitude. A special mention to Vania and Elodie for being our top goalscorers on the day!

    Ms Leffen, PE Department

     

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  • Year 7 Power Day Challenge, £1 for 1k

    Published 27/03/24

    Year 7 did brilliantly on Power Day, completing their £1 for 1k challenge, with some runners covering more than 15k! Thank you to the students for their hard work, and to everyone who sponsored them. Prizes will be announced soon.

    Mr Lines, Head of PE

    Click on the link here to view the Power Day, £1 for 1k Challenge Photo Gallery.

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  • Year 9 Kent Cup ~ Well Done Boys!

    Published 06/03/24

    All season the boys have been working hard to keep their undefeated streak in the Kent Cup alive with some very impressive performances against difficult opposition.  This all came to a head on Saturday when they played in the final against Harvey Grammar School at the Gallagher Stadium, home of Maidstone Utd. 
     
    The boys had a quieter than normal warm up and the pre-game talk was about focusing on a quick start and not allowing the opposition to play.  The boys took to their task perfectly and created a few early chances, but Harvey's goalkeeper kept the scores level.  Against the run of play, Harvey Grammar managed to score a free kick to give them an early lead, but it was short-lived.  Bexley picked themselves up and, after a string of excellent play, Jesse pushed the ball past the goalkeeper to equalise.  We managed to get the ball in the net again before half-time, but it was ruled offside. 1-1 at half-time. 
     
    The team talk was all about pushing on and converting our chances.  We knew that we wanted to score early in order to take this game away from Harvey Grammar, and we did with one of George's huge throws, capitalised on by Maks.  2-1 Bexley. 
     
    The game ebbed and flowed, but Bexley continued to assert their dominance over the game, just not having an end product.  Harvey Grammar's best player, who had been relatively quiet in the game thanks to our robust defending, picked up the ball and started an incredible run through to goal where there was a tangle of legs and, after some confusion, a penalty was given.  2-2.  It stayed that way until the end of the game, even with a few late chances from our boys, we couldn't get the ball in the net.  Under Kent rules, there is no longer extra time and penalties, so we had to settle for a shared trophy. For all round, excellent play Luke F was picked as Player of the Match. 
     
    Although it felt like a loss on the day, I couldn't be more proud of these boys and the effort and commitment that they have shown to this team.  Next time, we will win outright...
     
    Mr Skinner, PE Department
     
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