These Weeks’ Results

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Event Date Team and Sport Opposition Venue Results
Thursday 3 October 2019 U14 Girls A Football Canadian International School DC 3-2 (L) v CIS
Thursday 3 October 2019 U20 Boys Volleyball CIS/HKA DC
  • 25/8 & 25/10 (W) v CIS
  • 25/7 & 25/6 (W) v HKA
Thursday 3 October 2019 U16 Boys Volleyball RCHK & CDNIS Canadian International School
  • 25-18, 25-22 (W) v  RCHK
  • 25-16, 12-25, 8-15 (L) v CDNIS
Wednesday 16 October 2019 U14 Girls A Football CIS DB community Centre 2-0 (L) vs CIS
Thursday 17 October 2019 U14 Girls A Football HKIS (B) HKIS 3-0 (L) vs HKIS (B)
Thursday 17 October 2019 U16 Boys Volleyball HKIS & IFS Canadian International School
  • 25-22, 25-20 (L) v HKIS
  • 25-19, 22-25, 15-12 (L) v IFS

 

U16 Boys Volleyball

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Results:

  • 22-25, 20-25 (L) v HKIS
  • 19-25, 25-22, 12-15 (L) v IFS

The boys played great volleyball and demonstrated the many skills we have been working on all season. We lost the first game in two very close sets against HKIS. In the second game, the boys fought back after losing the first set, winning the second and forcing the third set. The third set was very close, with both teams fighting hard for the win. Unfortunately, we were narrowly beaten by only a few points.

U14 Girls A Football

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Result: 3-0 (L) vs HKIS

We had a few key players who couldn’t make this game and the result may have been a little different. DC had several chances however, some great goals were scored by the opposition including one shot lopping our goal keeper. Our Goalie, Roxanne changed to a striker position and was close to scoring in the closing 5 minutes. This match was the last of the season for us. We are looking forward to next year’s season as one year older versions of ourselves.

U14 Girls A Football

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Result: 2-0 (L) vs CIS

Another ones of those “Almost…” matches. A host of opportunities for the DB team which unfortunately couldn’t be put away. An unfortunate own goal off the back of one of our DB players sealed the score at 2-0. The girls showed determination, support for each other and moved into space where it was unfortunate that the result didn’t reflect their effort this time around. One match to go – could we get our first win. Fingers Crossed.

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U16 Boys Volleyball

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Results:

  • 25-18, 25-22 (W) v  RCHK
  • 25-16, 12-25, 8-15 (L) v CDNIS

The under 16 boys team played their best volleyball yet. We won our first game rather convincingly due to great team work and communication. The boys started the second game the exact same way they had finished, confidently beating CDNIS in the first set. However, we eased off the pressure and they came back to beat us in the second and third set to win. There were a lot of positives, but still several aspects of our game we are reflecting on and working hard to improve at trainings.

U20 Boys Volleyball

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Results:

  • 25/8 & 25/10 (W) v CIS
  • 25/7 & 25/6 (W) v HKA

The U20 Boys Volleyball team had two home games this week. The team played CIS and won in 2 sets 25/8 & 25/10. They then played HKA and also won in 2 sets 25/7 & 25/6. The team played very well and with ACAMIS only a couple of weeks away the team is excited by this next challenge.

 

U14 Girls A Football

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Result: 3-2 (L) v CIS

An absolute thriller of a match. Both teams were very evenly matched. The DC girls played more like a team than ever. Supported each other, had a hunger for the ball and took their opportunities. Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be. CIS got the deciding goal to make it 3-2. Two games left to go and DC are still looking for their first win.

 

U14 Boys A Football

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Result: 6-2 (W) vs Kellett

DC Boys A vs Kellett Boys A
After being stuck in the traffic and rushing to the pitch we then found out Sora has left his boots and shin pads on the bus. The game had to start while we went to retrieve these from the bus that was now elsewhere. This seemed to impact on our play and despite organising themselves the boys were not able to get playing how they had finished the week before. This resulted in us being 2-0 down after 10 minutes. After getting back to the basics we started creating most of the chances but couldn’t take most of them, but did get ourselves back on level terms by halftime and really should have been ahead. In the 2nd half we played to our strengths and ran out comfortable 6-2 winners in the end. Our challenge in future games is to start a game strongly and not find ourselves behind and then having to raise our game.