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Friday 2nd Novermber.

 

The match

 

Friday 2nd November

 

After several weeks of intense training, the day has finally come. Mr.Winn blows the whistle, after conforming the starting team: Fielding. The opposing team, Holy Family, comes surging forwards, surrounding the ball. Slowly but gradually, Fielding makes it way towards the opposing goal. Suddenly, Noah was kneed in the thigh, a foul. Luckily, he was well enough to continue. Not soon after that, with Thomas as the assist, Noah scored. After having the ball passed to him by Thomas, Noah way was clear of defenders hence, the goal. The second goal similar to the first, was also scored by Noah. Short after, with Thomas being an assist for the third time, the third goal was scored by Emile, who was the assist in the fourth goal scored by Marco. Our fifth and final goal before half time, was again scored by Emile; and Marco passing to him. After scoring his goal, Emile was fouled; this, causing him to be subbed off as he could no longer play. This happened because of him being hit in the stomach. Half Time. The substitutes were swapped as well as the halves of the field. Into the second half of the game, Johnny and Mateo are swapped on to the pitch. With Johnny performing an impressive pass to him, Noah was able to score his third and Fielding’s sixth goal. Before acting as an assist, Marco performs an amazing volley at the half-way line, which hits the cross bar. With Marco passing to him, Mateo is able to score Fielding’s 7th goal and becomes an assist for the 8th goal, scored by Arun. By now, Fielding’s opposing team has not scored a goal but have saved a few. The match was intense. Fielding missed a good opportunity to score, but were soon redeemed by Mateo scoring the next goal. Down to the last ten minutes, the pressure to score a final goal increased. Fortunately, with Emile performing a great pass, Johnny is able to score Fielding’s tenth and final goal. The whistle is blown and both teams shake hands. Everyone performed well but today, Fielding had won: 10 nil.

 

Match report done by Girisha, Thank you. 

Friday 19th October.

 

Huge success for both boys and girls in the Peal shield and RSK cup.

Both games were played against Woodlands.

The Boys won 5-0 and the girls with a very convincing 12(Twelve)-0.

Onto the next game now which will be this coming Friday against Holy Family. Boys only though as they cannot field a girls team.

2018-19

This year there are 20 teams entered into the Peal Shield competition meaning teams have been split and put into 4 groups of 5. Each team will play each other once in the group for a total of 4 group games. After all games have been played the top 2 teams in the group will progress to the quarter finals of the main competition while the teams who finish in 3rd and 4th will progress to the quarter finals of the plate. Unfortunately the team that finishes in 5th place will be eliminated from the competition. 

 

In the RSK Girls Cup there are 18 teams entered into the competition again meaning we have 4 groups. The format for the Ealing Girls Cup will mirror the Peal Shield this year with the 3rd and 4th place teams also moving into a plate competition for the 1st time.

2017-18

This year we are very happy to announce that the Peal Shield and Girls Cup will be sponsored by Roberston, Smith & Kempson which will allow us to again ensure that schools are kept up to date with scores and tables, finalists earn a medal each and for the first time we will have a special venue for our finals day.

 

The popularity of the boys Peal Shield has grown once more with 18 teams entered into this years competition. As such the structure of the competition has changed slightly so that teams are now split into 4 groups with the top 2 teams progressing into the quarter finals. The RSK Girls Cup is very popular again going into it's second season with 13 teams entered this year. The girls teams have been split into 3 groups with the top 2 guaranteed a place in the quarter finals as well as the 2 best 3rd place teams. Keep checking back to see how Fielding are getting on this years competitions.

Game 4: Fielding Vs Hobbayne - CANCELLED - Fielding awarded 3 points
        BOYS        
                 
  Games Played Won Lost Draw Goals Scored Goals Against Goal Difference Points
Fielding 3 2 0 1 12 3 9 7
St. Mark's 3 1 1 1 14 4 10 4
Mount Carmel 2 1 1 0 4 7 -3 3
Grange 1 0 1 0 1 6 -5 0
Hobbayne 1 0 1 0 0 11 -11 0
                 
        GIRLS        
                 
  Games Played Won Lost Draw Goals Scored Goals Against Goal Difference Points
Fielding 3 3 0 0 26 1 25 9
St. Mark's 3 2 1 0 12 13 -1 6
Mount Carmel 2 0 2 0 3 7 -4 0
Hobbayne 1 0 1 0 0 7 -7 0
Grange 1 0 1 0 0 13 -13 0

2016-17

This year the Peal Shield returns with Fielding hoping to defend the boys title which we won last year. We are very excited to announce that Fielding has also organised a girls equivalent to run alongside the boys competition this year. There are 15 schools signed up this year with each school entering a team into both the boys and girls competition. Check back here regularly to see how both teams are getting on.

Group Table - top 2 qualify for semi finals

 

       

BOYS

       
                 

 

Games Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Goals Scored

Goals Against

Goal Difference

Points

Selbourne (Q)

5

4

0

1

14

2

12

13

St Raphaels (Q)

6

4

1

1

17

9

8

13

Fielding

6

3

1

2

20

7

13

11

Ed Betham

6

3

1

2

17

9

8

11

Little Ealing

5

1

3

1

4

15

-11

4

CTS

5

0

4

1

4

20

-16

1

Wood End

5

0

5

0

4

18

-14

0

                 
                 
       

GIRLS

       
                 

 

Games Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Goals Scored

Goals Against

Goal Difference

Points

Fielding (Q)

6

5

1

0

24

8

16

15

Little Ealing (Q)

6

4

2

0

18

12

6

12

CTS

6

4

2

0

17

12

5

12

Wood End

6

3

3

0

9

14

-5

9

St Raphaels

6

1

3

2

9

13

-4

5

Selbourne

6

2

3

1

10

10

0

7

Ed Betham

6

0

6

0

0

18

-18

0

2015-16

This year Fielding are again running the Peal Shield Football competition. 15 schools have entered a team into the competition, all hoping to lift the famous Peal Shield at the end of the year. 

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