PE and Sports News 2015 – 2016

PE and Sports News Archive 2014/2015

Roseberry getting inspired by the Rugby World Cup

As the 2015 Rugby World Cup hit out T.V screens, Roseberry looked forward to the first of many sporting competitions. 32 of our children thoroughly enjoyed this years annual Billingham Tag Rugby Competition the Competition involved 13 other teams from primary schools around Billingham. Roseberry were fortunate enough to be able to take 3 teams (A, B and a C team)

The C team who were made up of all year children were placed in a tough group with Holy Rosary, St Paul’s A and St Joseph’s of Norton. The year 5 team bravely won their first game 4-1 against Holy Rosary but lost their remaining games.

Team B were placed in a group consisting of Prior’s Mill A, Billingham South A and Wolviston. They did fantastically well in drawing all their games and lost out at qualifying to the final by tries scored.

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Roseberry A Team (picture above) were outstanding in their attitude and behaviour. The A Team oozed class and their superb team play was too much for a Prior’s Mill B, beating them 8 – 0! The A team then went on beat a strong Bewley team 6-2 and sailed through a stormy game again Oakdene Primary School 7-3. Roseberry A team made it through to a very noisy final, playing Prior’s Mill A team. Roseberry were clinical in their attacking scoring 7 tries and only conceded 3 tries. After shaking hands with a very despondent Priors Mill A Team, Roseberry celebrated in style with all 32 children coming together for the ‘Roseberry Hakka”. Well done to all children and staff they were a credit to the school.

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In the first game of the Stockton Tag Rugby Finals Roseberry started strong with an impressive 7-2 win against St Patrick’s Primary of Stockton. Roseberry sailed through the next game with some ease, beating Whitehouse Primary of Stockton 5-3. In the final game of the group stages Levendale Primary took the upper-hand taking a 0-2 lead. However Roseberry courageously fought back to tie the game 2-2. With a few minutes to go Levendale proved too strong and won the game 4-2.

After winning the group Roseberry progressed through to the semi-finals, meeting Whinstone Primary of Ingleby Barwick. Roseberry took a 3-0 lead with Whinstone unable to keep up with Elle, Charlie and Sam. Unfortunately Roseberry lost concentration and allowed Whinstone back in the game 3-2, then after two mistakes Whinstone won the game in the last seconds of the game.

Finally Roseberry finished 3rd in the Stockton Tag Rugby Finals Finals after beating Prior’s Mill 3-2. Another fantastic achievement for all the children involved. Well done RPS!

Billingham and Stockton Football Finals 2015/16.

10 children from Year 6 (3 girls and 7 boys) attended this year’s Billingham Football Competition at Northfield School on Wednesday 21st October.

The first game proved very difficult and Roseberry lost 2-0 against a strong St Joseph’s team. Sophie was awarded the player of the game due to her brilliant defending. Priors Mill and Roseberry cancelled each other out in an exciting 0-0 draw in the second game. In the third game, Roseberry fought very hard and played extremely well and comfortably beat St Joseph’s B team 2-1. A smooth pass from Charlie left Riley free to hammer home a half volley to go 1-0 up. Roseberry quickly scored again with Riley crossing the ball to Ellie and Ellie finishing in style with a kneed goal. A mistake by the Goalkeeper let in St Joseph’s to score a consolation goal.

The final group game against Priors Mill B ended 1-0. Roseberry cruised through the game, creating lots of chances with Sophie and Abdullah commanding the defence whilst Declan, Ellie, Charlie and Riley stylishly leading the line. Ellie played a sweet through ball slicing open the Priors Mill defence for Charlie to take a touch and clinically finished to kill the game off.

In the Semi Final, Roseberry met Priors Mill A team. Again, Roseberry dominated the game with them taking a quick 2-0 lead. Charlie scored again chipping the goalkeeper after reacting well to a rebound. Then came the goal of the tournament! After receiving a throw from Sam, Riley used his quick feet to skill 2 players and pass to Declan. Declan looked up, picked his spot and hammered home a thunderbolt goal from 20 yards out. Priors Mill scored quickly but the game ended 3-1.

Roseberry met a very good St Joseph’s Norton team. Roseberry went 1-0 in front through a well taken goal from Ellie. St Joseph;s Norton outclassed Roseberry and coasted to a 3-1 victory. Roseberry finished 3rd overall and went on to represent Billingham schools at the Stockton Football Finals. Unfortunately, Roseberry came up against some very experienced footballers and some well drilled teams and were unable to win any of their group games, losing to Whinestone View (4-1), Ingelby Mill(5-1) and Wolviston Primary School (2-1).

Sophie said, “Sam’s saves were outstanding!”

Ellie said, “ I just think that the team wanted to do well and worked so hard for one another.”

Sam said, “It was very competitive and quite enjoyable”

Charlie said, “Our head never dropped and we kept giving a 100%!”

Riley said, “The defence was really strong and never gave up. If we lost the ball, we fought for it back!”

Billingham and Stockton Basketball Competition 2016

21 of our Year 6 children were selected to represent Roseberry Primary school at the Billingham Cluster Basketball Finals on Wednesday. All our children thoroughly enjoyed the competition and took advantage of the indoor facilities at Marsh House Avenue to showcase their dribbling, passing and shooting skills. The boys and girls were evenly placed into three teams (A, B and C team) and then were placed into leagues.

Roseberry A were grouped with Billingham South, Pentland and Roseberry B. Roseberry C were placed in a group with Oakdene, St Paul’s and St Joseph’s Primary School of Norton. Below are the results of each game (2 points for a Basket, 1 point for a free throw).

Roseberry A       1              v              6              Roseberry B

Elle                                                                         Sophie, Amelia, Cameron

Roseberry A       8              v              0              Billingham South Primary

Sam, Ryley, Elle

Megan

Roseberry A       6              v              10           Pentland Primary

Megan, Ryley

Elle

Roseberry B       7              v              14           Pentland Primary

Amelia, Declan 2,

Peter

Roseberry B       8              v              2              Billingham South Primary

Peter 2, Sophie,

Amelia

Roseberry C       4              v              2              St John the Evangelist Primary

Alicia, Ryan M

Roseberry           6              v              8              St Paul’s RC Primary

Alicia, Millie

Roseberry           10           v              2              Oakdene Primary

Alicia 2,

Ryan C 2

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Roseberry B team progressed through to the semi-finals, playing St. Joseph’s of Norton. Amelia and Sophie were outstanding in defence, leaving Cameron and Peter to torment the St. Joseph’s back line. Roseberry B coasted to a comfortable 8-2 victory.

Roseberry B were then cheered on in the final by Rosberry A and Roseberry C. A great start by Pentland gave them a 4 – 2 lead with Roseberry B fighting their way to draw the game with minutes to go. However, Pentland proved too fast on the counter to score two baskets and win the game 10 – 4. All the children must be praised for their attitude and behaviour at what turned out to be a very competitive and physical competition. Roseberry qualified to represent Billingham at the Stockton Basketball Finals.

Roseberry were placed in a group with St. Patrick’s of Fairfeld, Stockton and the Billingham Basketball finalists, Pentland. Roseberry got off to a nervy start, conceding an early basket in the game against St. Patrick’s, however, they steadied their nerves and took control of the game. The team worked well to create chance after chance, only for Megan to score the vital winning baskets.

Roseberry went on to easily beat a confident Fairfield team. Roseberry proved too strong in defences and were lightning fast on the counter attack. The star of the game, Megan, scored one basket and a free throw with Ryley adding a basket for Roseberry, led to a 5-0 victory.

Roseberry then went on to play Billingham Basketball Finalists, Pentland Primary. After losing 10-4 in the last fixture, Roseberry were desperate get revenge and they did just that! Roseberry dominated the first half of the game, keeping possession and creating chance after chance. Pentland’s defence finally broke their concentration and gave 2 free throws away to Elle. Elle score one, making the score 1-0. Roseberry continued to dominate the game until Pentland scored an unbelievable long basket making the score 2-1. Roseberry continued to dominate but missed several chances to score, resulting in Pentland winning the game 2-1.

Roseberry played some wonderful basketball and showed great team spirit, commitment and fair play. Unfortunately, they failed to qualify for the semi-finals (missing out on baskets scored) but thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon.

Stockton Basketball Finals

Roseberry were placed in a group with St Patricks, Fairfeld of Stockton and the Billingham Basketball finalists Pentland. Roseberry got off to a nervy start, conceding an early basket in the game against St Patricks, However they steadiued their nerves and took control of the game. The team worked well to created chance after chance, only for Megan to score the vital winning baskets.

Roseberry went on to easily beat a confident Fairfield team. Roseberry proved too strong in defences and were lightning fast on the counter attack. The star of the game Megan scoring one basket and a free throw with Ryley adding a basket for Roseberry to win 5-0.

Roseberry then went on to play Billingham Basketball Finalists Pentland Primary. After losing 10-4 in the last fixture Roseberry were desperate get revege. They did just that! Roseberry dominated the first half of the game. Keeping poseesion and creating chance after chance. Pentland’s defence finally broke their concentration and gave a 2 free throw away to Elle. Elle score one making the score 1-0. Roseberry continued to dominate the game until Pentland scored an unbelieveable long basket making the score 2-1. Roseberry continued to dominate and missed several chances to score resulting in Pentland winning the game 2-1.

Roseberry played some wonderful Basketball and showed great team spirit, commitment, fair play. Fortunately they qualified for the next stage at the Tees Valley Basketball Finals.

Tees Valley Basketball Finals

Roseberry upped their game at the Tees Valley final. Playing some fast, progressive B-ball, which other team simply could not keep up with. Roseberry did not lose a game in the group stages and managed to make it through to the Quarterfinals.

Roseberry played Mill Lane Primary school (Stockton). With both teams evenly match and the game finishing 0-0 the match was decided on a basket shoot out. Which Roseberry unluckily lost. All our staff at school, are very proud of your achievements. Well done Megan, Marcus, Elle, Sophie, Alicia, Amelia, Riley, Charlie, Elle and Sam.

Billingham, Stockton and Tees Valley Sportshall Athletics Finals 2015/16.

18 of our year 6 children attended the annual Billingham Sportshall Athletics competition at Northfield (old Billingham Campus site) School and Sports College. The children were placed in two teams consisting of both boys and girls. Both teams did fantastically well. The girls fared slightly better in winning all events bar one with the boys coming 1st four times, 2nd three times and 3rd in three events. This resulted in Roseberry coming first overall (achieving a score of 120 points), Billingham South Primary School coming second (88 pts) and Bewley Primary School coming third (80pts).

All 18 children were then selected to represent the Northfield Primary Schools’ cluster at the Stockton Sportshall Athletics finals. The children thoroughly enjoyed the occasion and rose to the challenge of competing against other children from different primary schools from the Stockton Borough. Again both the Boys and Girls were outstanding in their effort and behaviour and managed to qualify to represent Stockton schools at the Tees Valley event held at Eston Sports Centre. The children were very unlucky not to win the competition with a great score of 310, coming second to Crooksbarn Primary School (312pts).

Roseberry were placed in a very competitive group consisting of St Peter’s (Cleveland), Reid Street (Darlington), Clavering (Hartlepool), Pallister Park (Middlesbrough), St Benedict’s (Redcar) and Crooksbarn of Stockton.

All the children thorough enjoyed the occasion with the Girls rising to the occasion, performing to an outstand level in all of their field events. Roseberry finished a respectable 11th overall (272 pts) with Pallister Park winning overall with a unbelievable 562 pts. Well done to all the children involved.

Billingham and Stockton Netball Finals 2016

Roseberry took an A and a B team consisting of 14 children to this year’s Billingham Netball Finals. This year the event was held outside on Northfield School and Sports College new 3G pitch.

The weather may have been cold put Roseberry turned up the heat in their first game with Rosberry A beating Billingham South B 5-0 with Megan 4, Alicia and Ryley all scoring. Roseberry matched their classmates in beating Bewley 2-0 with Millie and Sylvie scoring respectively.

Roseberry A then played Roseberry B with both teams cancelling one another out in a competitive 0-0 draw. Both Teams went on to not lose a game and finished 1st and 2nd in the league to qualify to represent Billingham Cluster at the Stockton Finals. Well done to all children involved and a special thank you to Miss Logan and Mrs Bardgett for supporting our children in freezing conditions.

Both teams managed to progress through to the next stage where they represented Billingham schools at the Stockton Netball finals. The B team found the competition very difficult against some very well organised and trained teams. However the B team continued to show true ‘Roseberry Spirit’ and never gave up.

The A team performed exceptionally well in the group stages- not losing a game. Beating Fairfeild Primary 3-1, Oak Tree Primary 6-0, Christ the King Primary 1-0 and drawing 0-0 with Tilery and Myton Park Primary Schools.

They met a very strong and tall Levendale Primary team who were pushed Roseberry into extra time. Ultimately Roseberry lost to a late goal. In the 3rd/4th Playoff Roseberry played Tilery Primary school and dominated the game, missing countless opportunities to score. Roseberry returned to school with 3rd place medals (bronze) by winning the game 1-0. Well done everyone, especially Megan who scored 10 of Roseberry 11 goals. An outstanding achievement.