Y7 Notley High School vs HRS
Tuesday 4th October
On Tuesday 4th October Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form played their opening Essex Cup fixture against HRS.
Girls Basketball Y8 v Y9
10 October 2016
On Monday 10 October, our Year 8 girls faced Maltings Academy Year 9’s team in a friendly to prepare for the up and coming basketball season. It was the girls first ever Basketball game after only being introduced to the game last year. The aim of the game was to introduce them to the basics of how a real game functions. We were not concerned with score as we knew they would be far more experienced. It was just a good opportunity to learn and progress ready for our first Essex cup fixture next week. The girls were a little flustered with the pace of the game and lacked control. However improvement occurred as the game went on which was the purpose of the fixture. All girls contributed well both offensively & defensively with lots of substitutions throughout. Lots to work on in training Wednesday but a great performance where they showed lots of potential. Players: Ellie Crow, Paige Mellor, Laura Duncan, Emily Stewart, Maddy Keep, Ellie Roan, Lottie Huggins, Daisy Moore, Christie Cummins, Caitlyn Howat, Fern Sayers & Eloise White Teacher/coach: Miss Brough
Notley High SchoolArticle Date Wednesday, 25 May 2016.
Braintree Rugby Festival
Boys Y10/11 Rugby Festival
Monday 10 October 2016
On Monday 10 October, the Y10 Rugby team entered the Braintree Rugby Festival. Notley entered the tournament will little preparation and game time so were understandably apprehensive going into each of the games. Notley entered the tournament will little preparation and game time so were understandably apprehensive going into each of the games. The first match resulted in Notley losing by ten tries to none. The score line was heavy but it should be noted that the lads never gave up during the match and had it not been for some outstanding tackling by Kyah McKenzie, the score line could have been a lot more damaging. The performance in their second and final game was much improved with Notley putting together several impressive moves which sadly did not result in a try. It was the work rate of Lennon Cooper which was the highlight of the match. Sadly the try that Notley had been craving this tournament never arrived and the final score finished seven tries to nil. Despite the two losses, the attitude throughout the games was brilliant and with a few more training sessions under their belt, this has the makings of being a very strong team.
Monday, 16 May 2016Venue:
Coggeshall Town FCArticle Date Wednesday, 18 May 2016.
In a repeat of last year’s final, Notley went into the game as favourites having yet to concede a goal in District Football this season.