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  • Year 8 District League Football v Sponne - 26/02/24

    Published 27/02/24, by Megan Innes

    Congratulations to our Year 8 boys who won their first league game of the season 3-2 vs Sponne last night (Sponne 2 – 3 Caroline Chisholm School). 

    It was a very tightly contested first half with CCS dominating possession and having the best opportunities to score. However, after a controversial refereeing decision, Sponne went into half time 1-0 up.

    With much to debate about at half time, it was agreed that this was the incorrect decision and Sponne did in fact let us walk the ball through and score at the beginning of the second half. The same theme for the second half, CCS dominating possession and having many clear cut opportunities to score, these did eventually pay off with CCS going 2-1 up through A Campbell. A long range effort from K Inana in the later stages of the second half saw us take the game away from Sponne, and the boys continued to control the game with Sponne getting one back, but it was too late for them to complete the comeback.

    MOM: Theo Kwijuka

    Match report by Mr Jones
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  • Under 14s boys football advance to county cup final!

    Published 16/02/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    On the 14 February, the under 14 CCS football team travelled to Duston School for the semi-finals of the county cup with the aim of making it to the county cup final for the second successive year.

    A positive start from CCS did not result in a goal and the first half finished 0-0 with CCS having the better of the limited chances. In the second half, a very unfortunate own goal meant the boys were 1-0 down. However, each player showed fantastic character and they all rallied around each other to make the score even at 1-1. Some brilliant football followed, and CCS quickly scored a second and then a third with a standout goal and performance from Z. Stevens who was named as player of the match. Arguably the best team performance of the season, has meant CCS have progressed to the under 14’s county cup final for a second year in a row.

    Final Score: Duston School 1  -  3 Caroline Chisholm School

    Man of the Match: Z. Stevens

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  • Cross-Country Success

    Published 13/02/24, by Megan Innes

    On Saturday 20 January, 14 students from CCS represented South Northamptonshire at the Cross-Country Championships. It was fantastic that students from Year 6 all the way up to Year 12 were representing the school and South Northamptonshire. These students were selected to represent South Northamptonshire after placing in the top 20 at the district cross-country event.

    Students F. Carty, E. Taylor, J. Twining and L. Turner all ran brilliantly, securing their spots in the inter-counties Anglian Cup which took place on Saturday 3 February. 

    After great performances at both the County Championships and the Anglian Trophy Meeting, J. Twining and L. Turner have been selected to represent Northamptonshire at the English Schools Cross Country event against the 45 other Counties across England – A great achievement!

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  • Year 8 Netball v Guilsborough - 06/02/2024

    Published 07/02/24, by Megan Innes
    Year 8 Netball

    The game was played in blustery conditions, but the rain held off, and it was a very good game.  CCS dominated the first 2 quarters and M Moden-Warner was very strong in attack.

    Half time: CCS 11 – 4 Guilsborough

    CCS worked well with L Hancock, M Wittich-Jackson and P Morriss and the final score was CCS 22 – 10 Guilsborough

    Player of the match M Wittich-Jackson

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  • Year 7 Netball v Guilsborough - 06/02/2024

    Published 07/02/24, by Megan Innes
    Year 7 Netball

    On Tuesday 7 February, Guilsborough came over on a windy night for a league match.   CCS took early control and at half-time, CCS were leading 6 – 1.  Excellent attacking play from A Knight.

    CCS continued to dominate in the 3rd and 4th quarters and CCS, with fab shooting from A Hunt, won 15 – 7. 

    Player of the match G Wittich-Jackson

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  • U14 Girls County Cup Football v Guilsborough - 01/02/24

    Published 05/02/24, by Megan Innes

    Congratulations to our U14 girls who won the quarter-finals of the County Cup on Thursday 1 February. The team faced Guilsborough at home and worked so hard the whole game, never giving up. On to the semi-finals!

    Final score: CCS 5 - 3 Guilsborough

    Goal scorers: Lily B - 4 Peaches M - 1

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  • U13 Girls and Boys Hockey Tournament

    Published 01/02/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    CCS headed to Moulton College for the first hockey fixtures of the term. Both the U13 girls and boys teams played against strong sides from Malcolm Arnold and Northampton School.  All players showed fantastic determination, teamwork and hockey skills. CCS scored a total of 11 goals and demonstrated brilliant hockey skills in both attack and defense. 

    U13 Boys 

    CCS v Malcolm Arnold 2 - 2 Draw 

    CCS v Northampton School 5 - 0 Win 

    Coaches player: Harris D

    U13 Girls 

    CCS v Northampton School 2 - 0 Win 

    CCS v Malcolm Arnold 2 - 1 Win

    Coaches player: Annabelle A 


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  • School Games Development Gymnastics competition - 22/01/24

    Published 30/01/24, by Megan Innes

    For the recent School Teams Gymnastics Competition, we entered two Year 3/4 teams and one Year 5/6 team.

    We were so proud that one of our Year 3/4 teams came 6th, and the other finished in second place. This means that we are through to the next round - the County Gymnastics Competition.

    Year 3 Daisy (pictured above) was also awarded the best all-round gymnast in the Year 3/4 competition.

    A huge well done to all of the gymnasts who took part!

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  • U16 Boys County Cup Rugby v Sponne

    Published 24/01/24, by Megan Innes

    County Cup Quarter Final - Tuesday 23 January

    CCS took a full Year 11 squad to Sponne for the much anticipated County Cup fixture in miserable weather conditions. The game plan from the off was to keep it tight with forwards aiming to carry hard and take on the opposition forwards. This quickly went out of the window as, after several strong carries, the backs spread it wide with accurate passing and got the ball to Zac P on the left wing, who touched down in the corner! Expansive stuff in wet and windy conditions. Monty L converted from the touch line to make the score 0-7 to the away side after 3 minutes of play. 

    This set the tone for the first half. CCS had the advantage of the wind and slope and made sure it counted with Louis S scoring. CCS maintained the pressure and played rugby in the Sponne half. An attacking scrum and pick up from Harry B set up a good field position for Max M to take the ball on and score under the posts to make the resulting conversion easy for Monty. CCS were now 19 points up with 20 minutes gone. With confidence growing, the players carried hard and tackled brilliantly. Just before the half time break, Monty crashed over and converted again to make the score 0-26 at half time. 

    The second half was an attritional affair. CCS battled the wind and slope but played smart rugby, trying to keep possession as much as possible with superb carries from a selection of the forwards and incisive running from the backs. The captain for the day, Monty, crashed over to increase the lead to 33 points. Sponne then adapted their tactics, taking advantage of the wind and resorted to a kicking game, pushing CCS back into their own half for long periods. CCS defended well as a collective but eventually conceded a try in the corner from a kick, chase. This helped to refocus the team, and they maintained possession of the rugby ball within numerous phases, eventually leading to a fantastic team try, finished off by Harry B. Max N completed the victory by touching down with one of the last plays of the game, concluding a really impressive performance from the whole squad. Final score:- Sponne 5- CCS 43.

    Lovell E, making his debut, was a deserved Man of the Match following several excellent tackles and superb counter attacking play throughout the game.

    Well done to all involved, and we look forward to Moulton in the Semi Final.

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