On Friday 29th September, Wandsworth Prep held its first football fixture of the year.
Read our match report, below:
The first 10 minutes of the game started with both teams working hard and battling intensely to take control of the game, with both teams having chances to score and take the lead. Unfortunately, it was Wimbledon Park who scored the decisive opener. WPS boys carried on giving 100% and showed fantastic team work and individual skill. If it wasn’t for a handful of superb saves from the visiting goalkeeper along with the woodwork protecting the all elusive first WPS goal, the half time score could have been very one sided in favour of WPS.
The second half played out in a similar pattern. WPS worked tirelessly at both ends of the pitch, showing good organisation and tactical awareness. Opportunities to get WPS on the scoreboard came and went and as we pressed to get back into the game, we were left vulnerable defensively.
Eventually, Wimbledon Park Primary triumphed to a 4-0 victory. WPS should be very proud of their performance. After the game, the team remained very positive despite the score and they are determined to improve.
WPS Squad: Max, Rafe, Jake Alex, Tony, Leo, Isaac, Ethan, Edward
Star Player: Isaac P
Reception were also very excited to begin their first ever PE lesson. They worked on their body movements and object control and confidently completed all tasks, as well as coming up with new ideas on how to make it challenging for themselves.
Watch our short video clip, below: