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  • School Games Futsal Finals - U13 Girls - 30/01/23

    Published 03/02/23, by Megan Innes

    On Monday 30 January, our U13 Girls Futsal team travelled to Sponne to take part in the Year 7/8 Futsal competition. The girls put on a great performance and won 3-2 against Magdalen! 

    Following their successful result, the girls now go on to represent South Northants in the Finals at the end of February

    Player of the match: S Welch

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  • U15 Rugby v Latimer - 25/01/23

    Published 31/01/23, by Megan Innes

    On Wednesday 25 January, our Year 10 rugby team faced Latimer. In the first half of the match, CCS controlled the game by holding Latimer in their own half and in the process scoring two tries one by M.Lee and another by L.Spiers. Carrying on to the second half, CCS’ defense was still strong, but began to slip towards the end conceding two, but CCS’ attack was effective by scoring two more coming through J.Ford and H.Beard, with the final score ending up at 24-14 to CCS.

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  • Year 11 Netball v NIA - 10/01/23

    Published 12/01/23, by Megan Innes

    CCS played a friendly netball match at NIA and it was a really close match between two very competitive and enthusiastic netball teams.   There were some fantastic performances within the team but notably L Turner, T Knox, K Smyth and E Knight who really worked so hard during the match and produced some wonderful netball.   C Carver was amazing in defence and it was a great game of netball.  Well done to all the Year 11 netballers.

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  • U16 Boys National Cup Football v Redbourne - 5/1/23

    Published 11/01/23, by Megan Innes

    On Thursday 5 January the U16 boys travelled to Redbourne.  After a postponement due to snow before Christmas a brisk wind greeted the boys on arrival in Amptill.

    The game started with CCS creating some good early chances.  Inside 10 minutes a defence splitting pass from J. Rayfield found T. Allen, who delivered a perfect first time cross that found goal machine A. Morrow at the back post, and he headed home to give CCS the lead.  CCS were on top for the majority of the half but struggled to capitalise on the dominance.  The half finished 0-1, still work to do if we were to progress.

    Early in the second half a defensive mix up gifted Redbourne a chance to level things up and their frontman made no mistake with a tidy finish.  Shell shocked CCS restarted the game and A Evans immediately won a penalty after some neat work in the box.  Up stepped Captain J. Rayfield who dispatched the penalty into the bottom corner.  CCS were starting to get on the ball more now and made some changes.  A well worked move that started with J. Bedford in goal was finished confidently by L Wooldridge to give CCS a cushion for the first time in the game.  Redbourne hadn't read the CCS script and scored a well worked goal to reduce the arrears to 2-3.

    The referee found a total of 13 minutes added time in the second half leading to a nervy finish. In the final moments L Napodano broke through and finished well to make the final score 4-2 and ensure that CCS comfortably made it into the next round.

    A special mention to K. Kakomwe who did a fantastic job on their best player in the middle of the park, but the player of the match was J. Rayfield for dominant display in the middle of the park.

    A great performance sending them into the last 32 and a joyous bus journey home!

    The reward for this fantastic result is a home tie v Samuel Whitbread Academy on Tuesday 17 January in round 7 of the National Cup.  Well done boys!

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  • U12s Northampton Representation at the Peterborough indoor Arena

    Published 10/01/23, by Megan Innes

    Massive well done to the girls in the Peterborough Indoor NTFC competition representing Northampton.  The girls played tremendously well against some very talented teams from across the region. 

    Goal scorers were: M Wittich-Jackson and D Gibson

    Captain: D Gibson

    The girls didn’t place for the finals but gained so much experience of playing at such a high level competition, with many girls a year above them. The girls played well as a team, grew in confidence and had some fantastic set plays. 

    I am very proud of them and how they represented not only CCS but Northampton. 

     

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  • U14 Hockey team win against Northampton High School

    Published 09/12/22, by Megan Innes

    On Tuesday 6 December, the U14 hockey team played Northampton High School. The girls really stepped up to the challenge and played brilliantly together. They showed great passing and movement across the pitch applying lots of pressure to the Northampton High defence, which lead to CCS scoring 4 goals! CCS also defended excellently as a team and did not concede a goal! 

    A fantastic 4-0 win for the U14 team! They continue to remain unbeaten this year 🙂 Well done girls!

    Player of the match: K Fidler

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  • School Games Y7/8 Girls Futsal competition

    Published 07/12/22, by Megan Innes

    CCS took part in the School Games Y7/8 Girls Futsal competition. The team played brilliantly throughout the tournament, they showed fantastic teamwork and attacking skills which lead to lots of goals scored. The team won all 3 games and finished winners of the tournament! 

    They will now progress onto the County Schools Games Finals in March. Well done girls! 

    CCS v Campion Won 5 -4 

    CCS v EWS North Won 5 - 3 

    CCS v EWS South Won 6 - 0

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  • U14s County Cup - Win 2nd round

    Published 02/12/22, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    U14s beat Parker 8-0 in the 2nd round of the County Cup yesterday, 1 December. 

    The girls played superbly in their new formation of a 4,3,3 adapting to their roles effectively. 

    The girls were determined and hardworking throughout! 

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  • U12s win NTFC tournament

    Published 25/11/22, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    The U12s won the NTFC tournament on Thursday!

    It was against 7 schools and they were brilliant! 

    Semi-finals- 2-2 to penalties with CCS winning on penalties!

    Finals - we won 1-0!! Girls were fantastic! So proud of them all.  

     

    Player of the tournament - Danielle G 

    Players player: Leah G 

    Managers Player: Molly WJ

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