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Pupils meet England U18s Football Squad

Pupils meet England U18s Football Squad

Pupils from of Heighington Millfield Primary Academy met up with the England Schools Under 18s squad, prior to their international match against Wales.

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Rotten Rain Ruins England Game

At 8:00pm Tuesday the 16th of October, England were meant to be playing football against Poland in a world cup qualifier but unfortunately it was called off because of heavy rain on the Warsaw pitch.

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3 in a Row

On Sunday 2nd July in Kiev in the gigantic and magnificent Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex (Olympic Stadium Kiev) Spain demolished and out passed the Italians in the final of Euro 2012. Italy had recently out played England in the quarter finals and Mario Balotelli easily tore apart the German’s defence in a 2-1 victory in the semi’s to get to […]

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Rugby Roundup

The first match was Fiji v Scotland. Scotland had a new sign (Tim Visser) who scored two tries on his first international debut the young guns seem to be firing away lately. The first try was by Greig Laidlaw and then followed by Visser’s first try. Then a penalty try for Scotland and a try for Fiji made the half-time […]

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Game on!

On Monday 11th June England opened their tournament with a 1-1 draw against a strong French side littered with footballing superstars. After the news that Gary Cahill had broken his jaw however if that hadn’t happened then our Lescott wouldn’t have gone on to play and we would not of scored. Lescott made a sharp run to get in behind […]

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Child Poverty in England

‘Can child poverty get any worse?’ says charity. Government cuts could make UK children’s poverty worse says charity Unicef. Unicef’s new report on 35 wealthy countries says Britain has done very well protecting children from the planets money troubles for the moment. However they have said that any more cuts will badly affect children’s education, health and any chances of […]

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Junior News meets Rugby’s Top Man

Junior News meets Rugby’s Top Man

Last December, the Rugby Football Union announced the appointment of Ian Ritchie as its new chief executive. The former Wimbledon tennis boss was put in charge of rebuilding the RFU, after England’s shocking showing, on and off the field, at the 2011 World Cup. Yesterday, Ian toured Notts, Lincs & Derbyshire and reporter Craig, the Rugby Correspondent for Junior News, caught […]

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Roy’s your boy

Roy Hodgson has been confirmed as the new England manager. A press conference was held yesterday to announce the West Brom managers new position. Roy has been signed on a 4 year deal that will see him manage 3 major championships. Hodgson told the BBC, “It’s a very proud day for me, I’m a very happy man to have been […]

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Collapsed?

England cricket team have collapsed during their test series white- wash in Pakistan.  England’s test side seem to be heading towards losing their number one test side title due to there shocking white-wash to an amazing spin bowling unit in Pakistan.  Most of England’s consistent players with the bat seemed to be off form as the side lost many wickets […]

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Capello Quits

England boss Fabio Capello has resigned after four years as England Manager. Fabio Capello resigned as England Manager after FA boss, Sepp Blatter, stripped John Terry of his England captaincy after Terry was accused of making racist comments towards another player during a Barclays Premier League match. This isn’t the first time this sort of behavior has come to light […]

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