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This week saw St Thomas More School crowned champions in basketball and volleyball.

Hubert Graczyk

 

Hubert’s continued excellent performances for Arsenal have captured the attention of the England national coaches once again. Hubert has been invited to St George’s Park, the home of the FA, to partake in a two day ‘England Men’s Goalkeeping Development Event’. This is a huge honour, which both Hubert and the School are extremely proud of. We wish him the very best of luck next week!

 

Girls’ Basketball: Haringey Champions!

 

The U16 girls’ Basketball team have been crowned champions after winning the final of the Haringey League against Alexandra Park School 24-12. With Chairra’s and Kechell’s drives towards the basket, Tei-Ann’s and Anna-Maria’s interceptions, Estelle’s pressure and Anna’s lay ups, the team were able to seal their victory in the final quarter - up from 12-12 at the end of the third quarter! The team are now looking forward to the London Youth Games.

 

Boys’ Volleyball: Haringey Champions!

 

St Thomas More’s U15 volleyball team have been crowned this year’s Haringey champions for the third year running. The team was led by the current Year 10 England triallist Nahome Tewelde. St Thomas More beat Gladesmore, Greig City and Alexandra Park to win the tournament.   

 

Girls’ Football

 

On Monday, the U13 girls’ football team beat St. Mary Magdalene 5-4 in extra time and are now through to the quarter-finals of the London Cup. Goal scorers on the night were Megan (with 4 goals) and Andrea.

 

Boys’ Football

 

Raymond Poku led the Year 9 boys’ team to another victory in the Middlesex Cup this week, winning 3-2 against Christ College. The team are now into the quarter-final. Goals from Samuel and Allan and a stunner from Captain Raymond edged the team to victory over the Finchley School.

 

The Year 11 boys’ team also had a 3-2 victory this week, winning their Middlesex Cup match against University College School with a last minute penalty by Alex Mansaray. Nathan Browne and Jeremiah Cordoso were also on the scoresheet, helping to seal the victory.

 

Boys’ Rugby

 

The Year 9 boys’ rugby team are one step away from the semi-final of this year’s National Cup after beating Colne 10-3. The pace, power and strength of St Thomas More was too much for their opposition. Several tries from Ikenna Johnson, James Kola, Dainnan-Cameron and Chukwudi Dioramma secured the victory in their group game fixture.