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Sport / Results

19/09/2017 Year 8 won 30 - 10 against The Priory Ruskin Academy in Rugby.
Stand out performers were Jake Hobster and William Cullum



Sport / Results

08/05/2017 Wednesday 10th May: Track & Field Cup -  The athletes have been training hard since September, trying their very best to improve their times and distances every session. They did not fail to impress us; the determiniation, resilience and excellence shown from the athletes was exceptional! The competition was a tough field, competing against Lincolnshire schools such as Kesteven and Grantham Girls School, The Priory LSST,  The Kings School, Caistor Grammar School and North Kesteven School. However this did not stop the athletes at St George's Academy, as  the junior girls, junior boys and inter girls teams all came 1st place and the inter boys took a commendable  3rd place. The accumulative points that St George’s achieved was extremely impressive and the most admirable aspect was the support and encouragement that the students gave to one another.  Outstanding performances were demonstrated by all of the athletes but the combined track and field points from the following students were truly remarkable:

Junior Girls:
Holly Aslin:  40 points in 800m and Long jump
Amie Hatton: 39 points in 800m and Shot
Ella Asbrey: 35 points in 35 points in 200m and Long jump
Jennifer Donnelly: 34 points in Hurdles and Shot

Junior Boys:
Tom Glendinning: 44 points
Billy Warren: 33 points in 200m and Discus

Inter Girls:
Jessica Oates: 34 points in 200m and Long jump
Jessica Edwards: 31 points in Hurdles and Long jump
Emily Bartlett: 33 points in 200m and Triple jump

Inter Boys:
Kai Coverly: 35 points in 300 and Shot
Josh Smith: 33 points in 200m and Long jump
Jamie Scott: 34 points in 200m and Javelin

Friday 12th May: KSSA District -  The athletes competed once again with determination and were proud to be representing St George’s Academy. Excellence was demonstrated, personal bests were achieved, and over 20 students made it through to the county round. The PE department are looking forward to see how the talented performers will continue to strive for success!

Well done- a very successful week of athletics!


Boccia - Boccia results from the county finals. The PD team including Lee, Millie and Lauren were 1st and county champions. The PAN A team of Tom, William and Chloe were 2nd in their competition and the PAN team B of Joe, Sophie, Nicole and Keisha were 5th. The PD team and the PAN A team qualified for the regional finals on the 23rd March.

Football - The year 7 football team progressed into the next round of the County Cup with a fantastic 3-2 victory over Kings Grantham. Despite comprehensively losing the league fixture against the Grantham school, Georges were not to be denied in the cup. Joe put in a fantastic performance notching two goals and Balmer in goal made some crucial saves. In addition James was at his defensive best thwarting numerous dangerous attacks. Liam was the other St Georges goal scorer.

Netball - The sixth form netball team won 25-24 against Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Horncastle. An extremely close game had by both teams, but well fought from St George's  who scored their 25th goal just before the very last whistle!! Well done from Miss Hall and Miss Wright!

On Friday 3rd February the year 8 netball team travelled to The University of Nottingham to compete in the DRET Netball Tournament. The girls played excellently against some hard competition, losing only 2 matches all day! They put in an outstanding performance against KGGS and narrowly lost out for a place in the finals. The girls pulled themselves together for one last match against Skegness Grammar, producing a thrilling 17-3 victory. The girls finished in 3rd place and had their medals awarded by 2 current Loughborough Lightening players. A massive well done from Miss Smith… you were amazing! 


Gymnastics - A brilliant outcome for the St George’s Academy gymnastics teams at the Lincolnshire Schools Gymnastics Competition on Sunday 11th December. The dedication and hardwork that all the gymnasts put in paid off with some excellent results: The U13 girls team= 1st place. The U16 mixed team = 1st place.
A special well done to Hannah and Erin who were awarded joint 1st place for the U13 girls, 2nd  place to Elise for U16 girls and 2nd place to Morgan for the U16 boys. The gymnasts are already training hard ready for the East Midlands competition next term. Well done to all!


Girls Football - The U13 girls football team won in the first round of the county cup 8-0 against North Kesteven School. Stand out performers were Goodburn who covered every blade of grass and Smaizyte who made her debut in goal. 


Girls Football - Year 7 Girls Futsal last week was a great success for St George’s. Unfortunately the Blue team despite some excellent performances lost a crucial game against Priory Ruskin and consequently finished 3rd, just outside county qualification places. The white team also fought valiantly only conceding 1 goal throughout the whole tournament!

Year 8 Girls Futsal was a closely fought competition. Both the Blue and White team put in some exceptional performances with stand out’s being Wollaston and Hunt in goal for both teams. Aslin scored 5 goals to help ensure the Blue team were winners overall! The white team finished a highly credible 3rd thanks to some fantastic trickery from Nunes-Broughton.

The U13 elite squad received their personalised training kit earlier in the week and now look extremely professional. All girls have been assigned squad numbers based on their preferred position and training has stepped up a notch in preparation for Tuesday’s county cup first round game against NK.

Boys Football - The sixth form team traveled to Boston High on Wednesday afternoon. Despite playing some superb football in the first half and creating numerous chances the team in blue could not capitalise on their superiority. In fact a rare Boston break away saw them take the lead when their number 10 was brought down for a penalty. The second half continued in much the same vein as the first with Georges playing some excellent football. The chance to equalise came in the 56th minute when Russell was scythed down in the area. Pereira stepped forward to take the penalty but the well struck shot was saved high to the keepers right.  As the game wore on towards the final 10 minutes Georges finally got the equaliser when Steward neatly exchanged passes on the edge of the box before drilling into the bottom corner. The winner and Georges second goal came only 2 minutes later when a ball across the box was side footed home by New. The closing stages of the contest were played out relatively comfortably by the away side with some excellent possession football.

Finally a special mention to Kerr who made his first team debut on the right hand side of midfield and acquitted himself very well and also Dunn who made his second appearance for the side, playing superbly throughout.

Final score Boston High 1-2 St Georges


Girls Football - Year 9 Girls Blue team narrowly missed out on qualifying for the county Futsal competition finishing 3rd in the district. They put in some excellent performances to beat Walton and KSHSSA, but unfortunately lost crucial games to KGGS and Charles Read. There was a goal for Vine on her debut and numberous impressive finishes from Bellaby.​ The White team showed tremendous perseverance battling to gain a draw against KSHSSA. Warner was particularly effective on her Academy debut.

Boys Football - Year 7 national cup - Giles 0-6 St Georges - The year 7’s got off to a fantastic start in the National cup with a 6-0 win away to Giles Academy. The team came flying out the blocks from the whistle and could have quite easily been 3-0 up in the first 5 minutes had it not been for the goalkeeper who denied Flitton and Blackburn from point blank range. However, it was only a matter of time until St George’s scored and when Blackburn found the net with a tidy header more goals swiftly followed. St George’s found themselves 5-0 up at the break thanks to further goals from Flitton and a hat-trick from the tireless Wilkinson. Wilkinson scored the goal of the game when he connected with Blackburn’s cross. The ball came off the sweet spot of his head and fired into the top right hand corner of the net. Giles made a valiant effort to get back into the game in the second half, but were thwarted by three top class saves from the ever reliable Balmer, who was clearly desperate to keep a clean sheet. With time running out Ward popped up on the left hand side to add a 6th and final goal to the total. His effort lobbed the Giles goalkeeper and rounded off an excellent start to the competition.

Year 8 national cup - St Georges 4-1 Giles - The year 8 team progressed into the second round of the national cup with a comfortable win over Giles Academy from Boston. The game was effectively over as a contest after Meade (x2) and Simpson (1) had given the home side an early 3-0 lead. In the dying moments of the game McGrath sealed the win with a close range finish.

Sixth Form - St Georges 3-3 QEGS Horncastle - On Wednesday the sixth form football team battled to a 3-3 draw against top of the table QEGS Horncastle. The goals coming from Watson, De Sousa and Frain from the penalty spot. The home side will be slightly disappointed having taken the lead 3 times only to be pegged back by the team from Horncastle. Next week the team travel to Kings Grantham for another crucial fixture.

Basketball - 3rd place finish for St George's U16 basketball team - The U16's did themselves and the school proud in a basketball tournament held at Carre's Grammar school. With very little practice or preparation they managed to finish in 3rd place losing only one game to the hosts who ran out as the eventual winners. Martin K was the hero of the tournament for St George's, scoring a total of 27 points. Arguably the two most important points of his total came in the dying seconds of the second group game where St George's found themselves 11-12 down with only 30 seconds left on the clock. A quick pass from Josh was followed by a skillful dribble from Martin who then drove through the Sir William Robertson Academy defence to release a jump shot, which seemed to take an eternity to drop into the net. An emphatic 13-12 win secured a 3rd and 4th placed play-off game against Priory Ruskin. The game was  evenly matched, but the clear difference was Martin's ability to be clinical when driving into the key. St George's took control of the game early through a basket from Summerfield. Although Priory Ruskin tried to fight back St George's never relinquished the lead and always maintained a 4 point cushion thanks to their main man Martin K who seemed to be enjoying himself more and more. The game finished 16-12 to St George's Academy and 3rd place was confirmed. Well done to all involved!

Boccia On Tuesday of this week St Georges hosted the Level 2 Sainsbury’s Schools games Boccia tournament. This year 19 teams took part which was the highest turnout yet. This further emphasises that the sport of Boccia is going from strength to strength in the county.The St Georges PD team led by Lee, Milly and Lauren came in joint first with Kesteven Girls Grammar. It was a really great game, worthy of a regional competition let alone a level 2 competition! The A & B teams also made it through in the PAN league and team C missed out on qualifying by 1 point. In 1st place were the A Team led by Thomas (showing fantastic skill levels and great tactical thinking). The A team won every game played, winning the final 5 - 0). Chloe and Sophie were the other key members of the A team. Team B was lead by Katie (her first captaincy) Joseph and Nicole.
St Georges are proud to boast three teams who will now be going to the county finals which will be held next year. The teams will then hope to qualify for the regional and then go on to National finals for the 5th year running!
In addition to the performers, the Academy also provided young officials to help run the competition. Kay and Myles have both now completed enough hours to qualify for their silver level officiating award and Mackenzie who has already achieved her gold award, also officiated. Well done and thanks to all who were involved.


Netball - Both the year 8 A and B team traveled to Bourne Academy on Thursday evening for netball fixtures. The A team played excellently and finished strong, despite having no subs. They came away with an excellent 12-3 victory and continued to improve their team work. The B team unfortunately suffered a 6-0 defeat however, they didn’t let this affect their spirits and they worked brilliantly together. Massive well done to all of the girls involved.
Elite Netball Training is now in full swing, seeing 31 girls train 3 times a week in preparation for the new season and eagerly anticipated Netball Tour in April. Well done and keep up the hard work! 

Girls Football - The year 10/11 girls are the Futsal district Champions. The Blue team topped their league and dominated in the final to be crowned district champions.

Boys Football
Year 7 -  ACarres 3-3 St Georges
The year 7 team played out a thrilling draw with Carres Grammar on Tuesday evening. Despite St Georges holding onto the lead for much of the second half, Carres managed to scramble a late equaliser to break the hearts of the St Georges players. Team manager Mr Stainfield was delighted with the performance of his players.

Year 7 -  BCarres 3-4 St Georges
St Georges B team won a thrilling contest against Carres B on Thursday night. Nethercott was the star of the show bagging an excellent hat-trick. Congratulations to all of the boys involved.

Year 8 - County CupBranston Academy 2-4 St Georges
The year 8 team marched into the second round of the county cup after a battling performance against last year’s finalists Branston Academy. Goalscorers were Simpson, Taylor, Meade and McGrath. Special mention to McGrath who put in an excellent display on his debut.

Year 9 - County CupBourne Academy 5-2 St Georges
The year 9 team were knocked out of the first round of the county cup on Thursday afternoon. Despite having numerous opportunities in the first half, St Georges could not take advantage. The second half of the contest was an improved performance but proved to be too little too late. Goals scorers were Cropper and Smith.

Sixth Form - LeagueSt Georges 9-0 Priory Ruskin
The sixth form team welcomed Priory Ruskin on Wednesday afternoon for a much anticipated league clash. In a game that proved to be totally one sided, St Georges attacked at will. The first two goals of the contest came from unfortunate own goals and by half time the game was over as a contest with St Georges leading 5-0. The goal of the contest came from Steward who picked the ball up 40 yards from goal, beating two men and then arrowing a shot into the top corner from 25 yards. Next week the team travel to Spalding Grammar.

Swimming - On Saturday afternoon St Georges participated in the annual Rotary club Swimathon at Sleaford swimming baths. A team of four, including Jones, Ingamelles, Abbott and Whalen swam 167 lengths in the hour. Head of aquatics Mr Stanley was delighted with the team who performed admirably throughout the challenge.


Girls Football - The girls 1st XI lost 4-2 in the last 32 of the national cup against a strong St Mary’s College. At half-time the scores were level at two apiece with Horspole notching an impressive brace. Soon after the restart St Mary’s went 3-2 to the good but Jones nearly equalised when through on goal. The latter stages of the game saw St Georges pile on the pressure but the equaliser proved to be elusive. In the final seconds of the game St Mary’s sealed their pathway into the last 16.
This week also saw Miss Wright and Miss Cox host a first ever girls football week. Students from key stage 3 and key stage 4 were involved on Monday and Thursday, with sessions being delivered on core skill development and tactical play. Approximately 120 girls participated over the 2 days from both the Sleaford and Ruskington campuses. Miss Cox commented that the sessions were a huge success and also praised the girls for their tremendous attitudes and commitment.

Boys Football - 1st XI - This week the boys 1st XI hosted Boston High School. The visitors arrived full of confidence having won 4 out of their opening 5 fixtures. In what was a frenetic opening to the game Boston rarely threatened the goal of debutant Hill. The backline of Higdon, Callow, Wells and Wiles looked assured throughout the first half, nullifying the threat of the Boston front line. Midway through the first half it was Higdon who opened the St Georges account with a scrambled effort following a corner. Within seconds it became 3-0 when Frain firstly finished from just inside the box and then the same player side footed home a penalty after a trip in the area. The half-finished with St-Georges completely dominant and playing some of their best football of the season. A fine seven man passing move nearly resulting in a goal from Pereira but the opposing keeper blocked for a corner. On the stroke of half-time the St Georges number 5 inexplicably gave the ball away on the edge of the box allowing the Boston number 10 to run through and slot into the bottom left corner. Half-time: St Georges 3-1 Boston High School.
The second half-continued in the same vein as the first with St Georges completely dominant. Pereira and De Sousa were at their magical best, setting up numerous attacking moves with their excellent vision and creativity. In the centre of the park Mansfield dictated proceedings with his excellent ball retention and superb work ethic. The fourth goal of the contest came when Pereira whipped in a fine corner and Callow powered home a header from the edge of the six yard box. The game as a contest was now all but over, yet St Georges were unrelenting in their pressure. The fifth and sixth goals were soon to follow with the skilful De Sousa side footing home but the goal of the game was saved until last when Thomas volleyed home from an acute angle after a delightful through ball from Russell. The final moments of the game also marked the debut of Cowell who looked very assured in his attacking midfield berth. Final score: St Georges 6-1 Boston High.

Other results:
Year 10 - Kings 4-0 St Georges
Year 9 - St Georges 0-5 Sir William Robertson High

Rugby - Year 10 Natwest Cup - On Wednesday the year 10 rugby team lost 26-14 in the second round of the Natwest cup to Uppingham College. Within minutes of the start St Georges found themselves two tries down. After the long journey to Leicestershire, the team were clearly 'still on the bus'. The second half of the game was more more of an even contest with St Georges scoring two well worked tries and coming close on a number of other occasions. Head coach Mr Walker gave special mention to forward Oliver Dixon who put in a 'giant of a performance'.


Boys Football - Sixth Form - The sixth form football team continued their winning start to the season on Wednesday afternoon making it 4 wins out of 4. This time the visitors to St Georges were Kings School Grantham. The opening 30 minutes of the contest proved to be an even affair with neither side creating many chances. The game however burst into life in the 33rd minute when Frain notched after neat build up play. This prompted wave after wave of attacks and within the space of the next 5 minutes Frain had claimed his second hat-trick of the season. The half ended with St Georges playing superb possession football, fully endorsing the footballing philosophy of manger Stanley.
The second half began in similar vein to the first with little in the way of chances. Though mid way through the first half Pereira bagged yet another goal for the season with a cool side foot finish. Minutes later he scored his second with a neat flick over the advancing keeper after a through ball from the impressive New. The final 15 minutes of the contest was played out with control as Georges continued to nullify Kings attacks, whilst also maintaining their fluid possession based approach. The game also marked the debut of Lockwood at right back who put in an assured performance. Next week the team host Boston High School at the St Georges stadium. When interviewed after the game Stanley remarked how 'delighted' he was with yet another haul of maximum points.

Final Score, St Georges 1st XII 5-0 Kings.

Year 7 - It was an emphatic start to the district league for the newly formed year 7 team. The excitement and anticipation of pulling on the St George’s jersey transcended onto the pitch with an explosion of energy and high pressing, which was rewarded with early goals from Joe Wilkinson and Macauley Kirkwood. After a display of dominant possession St George’s added to their lead with goals from playmaker Mckenzie Ward and captain, Liam Flitton. To maintain such an energetic performance changes were made at half time. With the introduction of Zack Harrop, Byron Blackburn and Reece Anderson St George’s continued to apply pressure and as a result goals form Byron Blackburn and Reece Anderson followed. When St George’s were caught on the counter attack, Sir William Robertson could not find a way past the strong frame of Christopher Balmer, who pulled of a succession of first class stops. The icing was put on the cake when Liam Flitton came back onto the pitch and coolly dispatched two more goals to accumulate a hat-trick for himself and take St George’s lead to 8-0. However, the goal of the game has to go to Zack Harrop who’s 18 yard strike flew into the top right hand corner of the net. This capped a fantastic performance and start to the season. Congratulations to all involved. Final score 9-0.

Boys Rugby - On Thursday St Georges was the host of a year 7 rugby festival involving local schools Priory Ruskin and Priory LSST. The festival proved to be a huge success thanks to the fantastic attitude of the students and also the hard work of Mr Walker and Mr Richardson. The tournament gave many students an opportunity to play their first games of competitive rugby with many excelling. Winners of the tournament were the St Georges A team. Congratulations to all who were involved.
When interviewed after the festival Mr Richardson emphasised the 'huge progress made by all students especially within the contact element of the game'.

1st - St Georges A  | 2nd - Priory Ruskin | 3rd - Priory LSST A  | 4th - Priory LSST B | 5th - St Georges B

Girls Football - The year 7 girls won their second league game 1-0 against a strong KGGS side. Goal scorer Georgia Chown. The elite U13 girls squad began training this week with a positional play exercise on Tuesday evening and an intensive fitness session on Thursday lunch time. There was an excellent turn out at year 9,10 and 11 training in preparation for U15 ESFA game next week. Finally, Thursday lunch time saw the start of strength and conditioning training for the girls football teams.

Gymnastics - The elite gymnastics team performed an excellent display to open up sports presentation evening on Wednesday night. Miss Hall was very proud of them all for their commitment leading up to their display and for the performance on the night. And to top it off...they were overwhelmed by meeting their idol.... GB Olympian Ellie Downie! A fabulous evening!

Netball - Miss Smith was delighted with attendance to year 7 training this week. When questioned on the season ahead Smith stated that there 'looks to be some highly talented performers within the squad'. In other news Year 8 and 9 training has continued to display impressive numbers with the year 9's are preparing intensively for their tournament at St Georges next Tuesday
On Tuesday St Georges played year 10 and 11 fixtures against Sir William Robertson High School. St Georges were victorious in both fixtures with the year 11s winning 10-6 and the year 10s victorious 13-9. Head coach Miss Calvert commented on a 'great team effort from all those who took part'.


Football - This week saw the U18s girls play in the first round of the National Cup, defeating Toot Hill School Nottingham. The winning goal came in the 89th minute when Horspole beat the keeper with a sumptuous lob from 25 yards.  Team manager Wright gave a special mention to the crowd in attendance who provided much needed support to the girls. The next round of the competition will see the girls take on St Mary’s College Hull in a home fixture.

Meanwhile the U18 boys continued their league campaign and romped to a 5-0 victory at Queen Elizabeth Grammar, Horncastle. This week the star of the show was the masterful Watson who bagged himself a superbly taken hat-trick. Not to be outdone, Mansfield scored the goal of the game with an incredible lob from fully 50 yards. Next week the team continue their campaign when they entertain Kings School Grantham.

The year 8 team opened their league account on Tuesday afternoon when they travelled to Sir William Robertson High, Leadenham. In what can only be described as a footballing masterclass, the boys ran out 7-0 winners. Goals came from Green (x2), Taylor (x2), Rowland, Simpson and Clifford. The game also marked the debuts of both Metheringham and Griffiths who acquitted themselves superbly.

Rugby - On Tuesday afternoon the year 10 rugby team lost out narrowly in the first round of the Natwest Cup to Priory LSST Lincoln. Whilst the result left head coach Mr Walker disappointed, he could not criticise the efforts of his team who show exceptional levels of commitment and spirit. Special mention for Jamie Scott, Theo Van Noordt and Oliver Dixon who performed superbly.

Netball - On Thursday the year 8 and 9 netball teams travelled to Sir William Robertson High, Leadenham. The year 8 team were victorious winning 29-4 whilst the year 9 team lost 9-2. Despite the defeat the year 9 girls were a real credit, showing an exemplary attitude throughout.

Training - Miss Hall and Miss Cox were delighted with another fantastic turnout to the junior and inter athletics trials.

Miss Hall commented that "There are some very promising athletes who have been working very hard"!

Attendance to gymnastics club has also continued to be impressive. Miss Hall has been particularly pleased with the high levels of commitment from all participants. The team are currently putting together an ‘extraordinary display’ that will be revealed in the very near future! Watch this space!

Finally, on Tuesday night Mr Stainfield was delighted to find an incredible 47 students in attendance to junior football training. Head of football Mr Stainfield was understandably delighted with the turnout and also commented on the high standards of performance. The year 7 team have their first league fixture next week.


Sixth Form Football - The sixth form football team continued their excellent start to the season. Despite trailing 2-0 in the first half, the team played the better football throughout. Frain continued his goal scoring start to the season with an impressive a hat-trick. The pick of his goals an excellent first time turn and finish. Further goals came from the skilful Pereira with a brace and Watson with an excellent header from a Russell corner. Next week the squad travel to nearby rivals Horncastle for what promises to be a high octane encounter.

Year 10 Football - The year 10 football team opened their league account with a superb 4-1 victory over Sir William Robertson. Centre forward Bramley notched an impressive hat-trick whilst dynamic midfielder Flitton also got on the scoresheet. The contest also earmarked the debuts of Pell and Ruddlesdin who performed admirably.

Year 9 Rugby - The year 9 rugby team opened their league account with a comprehensive victory over Priory LSST (68-19). Olsen starred in the victory bagging himself a hat-trick of tries and also kicking a number of conversions. He finished the contest with a fabulous 31 points. Tries also came from Smith (x2), Woodrow (x2), Salamone, Van-Noordt and Edgar. Team managers Walker and Richardson were delighted with the performance of the team and look forward to the next round of league fixtures.

U16 Girls County Football Trials - On Wednesday St Georges hosted the second round of trials for the girls U16 county football. Once again the turnout was fantastic. Team managers Cox and Wright are now finalising plans for the squad which is due to be announced shortly. When questioned on the final shortlist, Wright refused to reveal details, citing that there were a ‘number’ of selection dilemmas that had yet to be resolved.

Training - Extra-curricular numbers continue to be fantastic during both lunch hours and after school. Record numbers attended Mr Stainfields year 9 inter form football and Miss Wrights year 9 inter form benchball. This week also saw the first training session for the 1st XI girls football team as they prepare for the first round of the National Cup. Finally Miss Hall and Miss Calvert were yet again delighted with the numbers attending both athletics and girls rugby sessions.


Sixth Form Football ResultPriory Ruskin 1-2 St Georges - In a game of few chances it was Frain who made the difference with two clinical strikes. His first a penalty after the enigmatic Pereira was brought down for a penalty. The second goal came in the dying embers of the game with a crisp right foot volley from just inside the box.

Netball ResultsYear 11 won against Walton 20-8 - Year 10 won against Walton 6-5 - Year 9 lost against Priory Ruskin 7-4 - Year 8 won against Priory Ruskin 8-2

Lincolnshire U16 County Girls Football Trials - 40 girls attended the U16 county football trials. Team managers Wright and Cox were delighted with the turn out and the standard of performance.

Training begins - There was fantastic attendance to training sessions this week in Rugby and Football. Team managers are excited at the prospect of strong sports teams in every age group.

Mr Walker commented “We put the boys through their paces in the first Rugby session and there looks to be some tremendous athletes. This bodes really well for the season ahead”

Date/ Week




Year 10 Girls Netball

St George's Academy 19 - 3 Walton Girls High School

Year 11 Girls Netball

St George's Academy 13 - 5 Walton Girls High School


U18 Boys' Football

St George's Academy 3 - 2 Carre's Grammar School

Year 9 Boys' Football

St George's Academy 5 - 2 Sir William Robertson Academy

Year 10 Boys' Football

St George's Academy 5 - 3 Sir William Robertson Academy


U18 Boys' Football

St George's Academy 6 - 0 Sir John Gleed School

30/09/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 1 The Kings School Grantham
Year 8 Boys' Football St George's Academy 3 - 7 The Kings School Grantham
Year 7 Boys' Football St George's Academy 7 - 0 William Robertson Academy
07/10/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 2 Boston United Football Club
U18 Netball St George's Academy 28 - 4 Sir John Gleed School
U14 Girls ESFA Round 1 St George's Academy 3 - 1 St Mary's College Hull
Year 9 Rugby St George's Academy 34 - 0 Lincoln Minster School
Year 8 Rugby St George's Academy 31 - 38 St Hughes School
Year 9 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 4 The Kings School Grantham
14/10/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 8 - 2 Lincoln College
Year 8 Boys' Football St George's Academy 1 - 1 William Robertson Academy
21/10/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 1 Queen Elizabeth Grammar School
11/11/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 3 - 2 The Priory Ruskin Academy
18/11/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 4 - 1 Spalding Grammar School
25/11/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 2 Carre's Grammar School
02/12/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 1 - 3 Sir John Gleed School
09/12/2015 U18 Boys' Football St George's Academy 2 - 0 The Kings School Grantham
Centre Parcs District Badminton Tournament KS3 Boys St George's Academy 4th
KS4 Boys St George's Academy 3rd
KS3 Girls St George's Academy 3rd
KS4 Girls St George's Academy 3rd