Year 7 Girls 5-a-side Football
The Year 7 Girls played in their first football tournament at Goals and ended up with two wins, one draw and two defeats in the Hull Schools Competition, which consisted of 12 different schools.
Sirius Academy West were draw in a league of Kingswood Academy, Winifred Holtby and Sirius Academy North.
Sirius Academy West 1 Winifred Holtby 1
First up for the Sirius West was Winifred Holtby, who looked good in the early stages of the game and should have took the lead, but keeper Chantelle Dunn was in fine form making some outstanding saves. Sirius started to play some good football and got the first goal of the game after a good strike from Mia Cheesman, but Sirius could not hang on as Winifred scored a late equaliser to finis the game at 1 - 1.
Sirius Academy West 4 Kingwood 1
Sirius started this game well with an early goal from Leah Pearson. Shortly after the scoreline was doubled, again Leah Pearson finishing well in front of goal. Mia Cheeseman extended the scoreline showing great determination to get the a loose ball and slot home. Kingswood got a goal back but Sirius had the final word after Chantelle Dunn made it 4 - 1.
Sirius Academy West 1 Sirius Academy North 2
It was all to play for in the Sirius derby, if West had of won then they would have seen themselves finish top of the group. Sirius West got an early goal from Mia Cheesman after some great link up play with Chantelle Dunn. With one minute remaining Sirius needed to hang on to secure the win, but Sirius North had other ideas and attacked in numbers scoring two late goals, which would see Sirius West finish third in the group.
Sirius Academy West 0 Kelvin Hall 2
In the play off game against Kelvin Hall, it was Sirius who had most opportunities in front of goal, but unfortunately they could not put the ball put he back of the net. Kelvin had a couple of good chances in front of goal and made them count as Sirius West was on the end of a 2 - 0 defeat.
Sirius Academy West 3 Malet Lambert 1
Sirius wanted to end the tournament in style, and they did just that, playing some fantastic football as their passing game was outstanding and it wasnt long before Mia Cheesman put Sirius in front, shortly after Chantelle Dunn doubled the lead. Some good saves from Bethany Waters kept Sirius two goals to the good before Cheesman fired home for her second of the game. Malet Lambert got a late consolation goal as the scoreline finished 3 - 1 in favour of Sirius West.
Please congratulate the girls on their effort, attitude and behaviour:-
Mia Cheesman, Bethany Waters, Ellie Mae-Culliney, Chantelle Dunn, Leah Pearson, Stevie Bell and Lucy Stewart