Spring Term Sporting Success at SCD

St Clement Danes School is celebrating a wave of sporting success, with the Year 9 boys' football team taking centre stage in the ESFA National Cup. In a thrilling match against Shenfield High, they secured a remarkable 4-3 victory. The heroics unfolded with Sammy Lees levelling the score three minutes before the final whistle and Rory O'Dwyer sealing the win with a last-minute goal. The team's next challenge awaits them at home against either Woodlands High or East Bergholt.

Not to be outdone, the Year 8 boys' basketball team have started their season on a high note. With two consecutive wins in the District League, they first triumphed over Queens with a 48-39 score, where Umair showcased his prowess as the top scorer with 14 points. Last week's game against Grange Academy saw them dominate with a 28-14 victory, featuring standout performances from Aryan.

The Year 8 girls' netball team has also made a promising start to their season. Facing Watford Girls, they secured a solid 15-8 win, with Isabella earning the well-deserved title of Player of the Match. Despite a close defeat for the B team at 5-4 in the last minute, Sofia's Player of the Match performance highlighted their commendable efforts.

Throughout the achievements, the Year 8 students at St Clement Danes School have exhibited exceptional commitment to training and a commendable competitive spirit. Their success in various sports not only showcases their individual talents but also reflects the school's dedication to fostering the students' excellent accomplishments on the field.



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