TA through to Devon Cup Final
The first 11 are through to the Devon Cup Final for the second year in a row after a 2-0 win against Plymstock. TA dominated from the first whistle taking the game to their opponents controlling possession. Plymstock defended well and kept TA from scoring in the first half. The second half started in the same way as the first with TA dominating and finally TA took the lead through a great individual goal from leading scorer Owen Stockton. TA made many chances after this and eventually doubled their lead after Sam Hebbes headed home from a Alex Constantinou cross.
TA’s opponents in the final are yet to be decided.
2nd 11 Lose narrowly to Kingsbridge
On Wednesday afternoon Mr Welsh took the 2nd 11 to Kingsbridge for their league fixture. TA took the lead through a wonder strike from McKenzie Gerrie. Kingsbridge then equalised. TA took the lead again through Joe McFarlane however TA were unable to keep out the Kingsbridge attack and eventually lost 3-2.
Four of the first 11 train with Torquay United
On Thursday four of our first 11 got the opportunity to train with Torquay United. The boys took impart in many drills before playing in the practice match. The feedback from manager Kevin Nicholson was extremely positive and he was impressed by the performances of our boys.
Well don Nathan Hebbes, Owen Stockton, Morgan Harford and Louis Roberts.
TA put 11 past Duchy College
The first 11 scored 11 goals without reply to move to the top of the English College League. These goals may prove to be vital as TA look to win the league at their first attempt. The goals came from Connor Stewart x4, Louie Roberts x3, Joe Musker x2 and leading goalscorer Owen Stockton x2.
TA have no game next week and will look to continue their good run of form when they take on Truro College at home on February 24th.
Year 9 Central League Football
2 squads of 8 went across to TBGS to compete against TBGS, KEVICC, Spires, Churston and Brixham in a round robin tournament.
Both teams remained unbeaten all evening and played some very good possession football. The A team beat Churston, Spires and Brixham, and drew with TBGS and KEVICC. Goalkeeper Josh Nicol was in excellent form, and Ollie Mason performed particularly well. The B Team won all of their games, except for a draw against TBGS. Cody Monk and Elliot Stevens were their outstanding performers.
The year 8’s competed in the football house matches after school on Thursday. It was a very good turnout and 100’s of house points being accumulated. Christie had 9 players participating winning 90 house points before the first kick off! Christie came first in their group. They won on goal difference after being level on 10 points with Pengelly. Spencer Davis topped the goal scoring leaderboard will 11 goals during the competition. There also needs to be a special mention for Scarlett Williams who scored a hatrick against Fawcett, well done!
Group 2 was also closely contested with both Brunel and Kitson finishing on 8 points. Brunel won the group on goal difference. Well done to both Jack Cumston and Vitaly Vaplaks for both scoring 10 goals.
All 8 teams will be going to Torquay United’s ground to compete in the finals in April.
Students of the Week
Students of the week pictured with Mrs Powell : Aimee Morgan, Sam Shewell, Sam Carroll, Zane Sibiya. Also Kyle Farrell who was unable to be in the picture today.