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YEAR 5

LEWISHAM FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Downderry has representative teams in the Lewisham Football League for years 3, 4, 5 and 6 for both boys and girls. The league has been running for over 20 years and is one of the largest regular footballing events to take place in the country with around 300 children from Lewisham schools playing each week. Our teams play on a Saturday morning once every 2 or 3 weeks. Our achievements include winning the Year 6 Champions Cup in 2010, runners-up in the Year 6 Trophy in 2018, and semi-finalists in the Year 4 Cup in 2017.

YEAR 5 FOOTBALL TEAM

LEWISHAM FOOTBALL LEAGUE RESULTS

Downderry 0 v 2 Stillness B

Downderry 1 v 3 All Saints

Downderry 2 v 1 Horniman

Downderry 0 v 0 Sandhurst

Downderry 1 v 0 Dalmain

Downderry 1 v 0 Gordonbrock

Downderry 1 v 2 Launcelot

Downderry 3 v 0 St Matthews

 

Saturday 1st February 2020

WE WIN OR WE LEARN

Downderry 1 v 2 Launcelot

Downderry 3 v 0 St Matthews

 

On Saturday, year 5 were up against Launcelot and St Matthews.

 

We started the game against Launcelot on the front foot, creating early chances which we managed to convert into a goal thanks to a clever strike from Elijah. Sadly, the lead was soon out of our hands after two quick fire goals saw Launcelot take a 2-1 lead, much to the disappointment of the boys. However, they rallied and finished the game the much better side, and despite several late chances, it wasn't to be our day as Launcelot managed to hold on to their slender lead.

 

The second game against St Matthews was a different story. With the boys eager to avenge their disappointment from the first game, we started well again. However, St Matthews played with everyone behind the ball and we found it difficult to break them down. As the game went on, it seemed as if luck wasn't going to be on our side. Then the ball struck a St Matthews player on the arm and without hesitation the referee awarded us a penalty. Our captain, Jack, stepped up with great confidence and arrowed his penalty into the top corner, which led to wild celebrations from the team. Two minutes later, Captain Jack was again in the right place at the right time to finish of a great move by the team and a great cross from Elijah. Elijah then topped off a great performance by adding a third and we finished the game with a comfortable 3-0 win. What a way to bounce back from the disappointment of the first match!

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