Match Reports 2021-22 Autumn

Please see below for this terms match reports.

Sports Fixtures

We will be able to accommodate parents at some matches but the following points must be adhered to to enable us to keep this Covid-safe and in line with the guidance.
These arrangements are for the first two weeks of the half-term and we will issue any further guidance for the latter half of term when restrictions may be relaxed further:
  • Holmwood House parents at home matches only;
  • No visiting parents at our home matches;
  • Most other schools will not be accommodating visiting parents so assume that you cannot attend any away matches;
  • Parent parking is restricted to the following areas:
    • Matches on Colts – enter via Squash Club Drive and park near white pavillion OR park on front drive and walk past the sunken lawn;
    • Matches on Main Field and Barbour’s Piece – park at far end of the Pre-Prep Car Park;
  • Please note that the school site is still a parent-free zone other than the route from your car to the field.  Please do not venture into the school building areas or enter any buildings;
  • Please plan on the basis of no toilets being available.  In an emergency, you may use the Disabled Toilet in the Sports Hall foyer;
  • Pupils will be provided with a match tea (filled rolls), however, we will be unable to provide match teas for parents;
  • Parents should enjoy the matches on their own or in small groups;

Autumn 2021

U13 Boys' Rugby

Wed 29 Sept – 1st XIII vs Felsted

On Wednesday 29 September the Year 7 and 8 A rugby team travelled to Felsted for their first game of the season. It was a fantastic game with many tries from both sides. Noah Ks quick feet helped to get some points early on the board and Donovan B just could not stop running through the opposition. The team should be very proud and we look forward to next weeks game against Ipswich School.

Tom Brown

U13 Girls' Hockey

22 Sept – 1st VII vs Felsted

A much closer game than last week against more evenly matched opponents . Holmwood dominated the first half with numerous shots on goal but Felsted defended well and had an excellent goal keeper. At half time it was a frustrating 0-0.
The second half saw much better passing and running off the ball and Ottilie W’s goal gave us the momentum we needed. Isabel D scored soon after and we were able to relax a bit and enjoy the game. All the team played much better than last week and it was good to see the defence being put under pressure and coping so well.
Holmwood 2 Felsted 0
Mrs Goldring

15 Sept – 1st VII vs Finborough

An excellent first match for the girls. Finborough put out their B team against us as we were unsure of our ability at this early stage but it would have been interesting to take on their A team. Autumn K scored in the first 20 seconds and morale was high. At half time we were 4-2 up with goals from Isabel D, Ottilie W and a second for Autumn. We started the second half with a completely different team regarding positions and it was great to see how adaptable the girls were. A final goal for Olivia B and one for Finborough ended the game with a 5-2 win. As fantastic as the field players were, Finborough had numerous attempts on goal and Bea A made several stunning saves, having kindly offered to play the position.

Holmwood 5 Finborough 2

Mrs Goldring

U11 Boys' Rugby

6 Oct – U11 A vs Littlegarth

The U11As turned up to Littlegarth in fine form after excellent focus in training and in their last match. The boys were playing on a pitch slightly larger than expected. This led to a flurry of tries from both teams, 5 in the opening 5 minutes. Some brilliant powerful running from Holmwood led to Jesse getting a hat-trick in the first ten minutes. The Littlegarth winger found space out wide on a number of occasions allowing Littlegarth to gain a commanding lead going into half time. In the second half, Holmwood came out with a serious fire in their belly in order to pull the game back in their favour. Some further brilliant rugby from the boys led to tries for Ruben, Hamish, Freddie and Benedict in a hard fought second half pulling their lead back to only two tries. The very quick winger ran in two tries towards the end but the team never gave up hope and finished the game with a Ben R try in the corner after a superb series of passes. 

Great praise should go to the team for their high standard of rugby and for playing the game the right way.

FT: Littlegarth 75 – Holmwood 60

Mr Cook

6 Oct – U11 B vs Littlegarth

Holmwood travelled to Littlegarth to play their third match of term. On a sloping pitch Holmwood started well and scored several tries without an answer. The off loading and support runners were all of a good standard and Holmwood’s tackling stood strong.

Half time Holmwood 25 -5 Littlegarth
Holmwood continued to rotate their players during the second half. This and  some strong running from Littlegarth resulted in several tries for the home team. Holmwood were not to be out done, Their running, straight, most of the time improved and some excellent wide passes resulted in Holmwood running in 7 tries during the second half. A special mention to Ethan H who tackled non stop and made several important tackles.
Holmwood’s main target for the match was to work as a team when defending, trying to keep a flat line and all moving and covering space as one. At times this was achieved but more work at training is required if this is to become second nature.
Final Score Holmwood 60  Littlegarth 30
Tries were scored by:  Harley H x3, Ben B x3, Willian U x2 and one each for Finlay T, Oliver C, Rufus W and Evan C.
Mr Lesiak

29 Sept – U11 A vs Framlingham Prep

A sunny and windy afternoon on Barbers witnessed a fantastic afternoon of rugby. Holmwood from the start were dominant and took control of the game. In attack the Holmwood players either played tight, close rugby, not moving the ball away from contact and enjoyed the physical side of the game. On occasion they spread the ball to and managed to evade the contact situation. Both methods have been worked on at the training ground and were successful on match day. Framlingham had some strong runners, however after the tackle they were out rucked by Holmwood. Framlingham were successful in open play when the game was played in the loose.
Final score: Holmwood House 60 – 10 Framlingham Prep
Mr Cook

29 Sept – U11 B vs Framlingham Prep

Holmwood’s second match of the term saw them play U9 rules at the request of Framlingham. This meant no rucking or scrums and a 3 second hold counting as a tackle.

Holmwood started well with Ben B running in two quick tries. Evan C, Rufus W and Ben B again scored again to make it 25 -15 at half time.
The change in rules resulted in less tackles to the floor and that was a challenge set for the boys to improve upon during the second half.
After a slow start to the half by both teams Holmwood’s tackling slowly improved and more and more tackles were taking framlingham to the floor.  Two more tries from Ben B and second for Evan C as well as tries from Ethan H and Henry H rounded off the scoring for Holmwood.
Final : Score Holmwood 10 – 7 Framlingham
A good performance from the boys demonstrating their ability to adapt to change. We look forward to the challenge of Littlegarth next week.
Mr Lesiak

15 Sept – U11 A vs Finborough

What a feeling it was being able to watch live sport and competitive rugby again! I am not sure who has missed it more, myself or the boys! The first game back was a big one. Both teams were incredibly physical and this took its toll on the players.

Holmwood moved the ball over short distances to begin with and met the contact head on. Their rucking was completed at a slow pace but this was aided by the supporting players being close to them. Finborough had some strong runners that had to be tackled before they were able to get their speed up. This was something that Holmwood identified and excelled at in the second half.

Holmwood had one of the most exciting and expansive passages of play that I have seen in ten year of Under 11 rugby. Starting from a strong run into the opposition half, with the ball being offloaded in contact. Holmwood set up a ruck and quickly recycled the ball to then spread it into the mid field. One more explosive ruck and the ball was passed to the touch line with a beautiful two on one that we have worked on in training. A true team try and a coach’s dream to watch training ground moves working on game day.

Well done boys!

Finborough 35 Holmwood 25

Mr Cook

15 Sept – U11 B vs Finborough

Holmwood’s first Rugby fixture in over a year and a half was an away fixture against Finborough. The squad had worked hard in training and the boys approached the game with confidence.
Holmwood made a strong start running in several tries thanks to some individual runs from deep. Holmwood protected the ball at the ruck and this enabled them to put together wave after wave of attack. Harley H, Ben B and Finlay T all scored several tries each. As the game progressed Holmwood tackling improved and consequently Finborough only scored one try all match. The boys took on the coaching points at halftime and managed to turn the ball over on several occasions by beating the opposition to the ruck. Holmwood played with one less player for the majority of the second half to provide them with an additional challenge. The boys were set a target of everyone scoring a try and this in turn created some lovely passing and support running. Eight out of the nine boys scored a try in the end and the teamwork and camaraderie was evident to all.
Well done to all of the boys for their skilful and resilient performance.
Mr Lesiak

U11 Girls' Hockey

6 Oct – U11 A vs Littlegarth

A tough game for the girls this week against Littlegarth. It was a defensive match with the pressure put on us right from the start. Katie B and Elise C displayed some excellent tackling but unfortunately we were unable to hold them off. The second half ended with an impressive backhand shot from Littlegarth from a very tight angle.

The girls came out strong in the second half with lots of opportunities in the first few minutes. Some excellent dribbling from Olive W on the right wing which nearly led to a goal by Lucie B but unfortunately was just wide. Littlegarth caught us on the break a few times and were able to find the net. An unlucky result, but good resilience shown by the girls today.

Holmwood 0 Littlegarth 5

Laura Sharman

6 Oct – U11 B vs Littlegarth

A very one sided game against a strong opposition. Littlegarth dominated the first half and Holmwood made several defensive errors and struggled to make headway up front. The second half was much closer with Grace A and Stella C marking well and tackling strongly. Sadhika R was consistent as centre half and Lucinda B made some good forward runs. Lana B, on loan from the seniors, scored our only goal and Eleanor B played superbly in goal making endless saves. A brave team effort with a huge improvement in the second half.

Holmwood 1 Littlegarth 6

Mrs Goldring

22 Sept – U11 A @ Framlingham Festival

Ist Pool Match vs Felsted, 0 – 1
This was such an unfortunate match as we dominated from the start, with just one unlucky goal in the last few seconds of the match against the run of play. Katie B was on fire from the first whistle reading the ball brilliantly throughout the 10 minute match. Darcy C also had a great match on the right wing crossing the ball accurately in to the ‘D’ and often connecting with Lucie B who had many shots on goal; such a shame one of them didn’t cross the line!
2nd Pool match vs Barnardiston Hall, 1 – 0
What a difference a match off and a team talk make! We dominated from the start and confidently called for the ball and competently passed it around and sometimes even back to build the play again. Olive W held her position well on the wing and linked well with Lucie in the middle but it was Darcy who had the final shot to get us on the scoreline. A great game and one in which every girl played their part.
3rd Match vs OBH, 0 – 0
Again, another match in which we dominated but we just couldn’t get the ball between the posts!  Annabel B worked hard to move the ball into our ‘D’ but we just couldn’t connect with the ball for a strong shot on goal.  This match allowed our defensive players to push up and contribute to the attacking play so all 6 girls were heavily involved.
With a win, a loss and a draw we moved through to the quarter final stages second in our pool.
Quarter final vs St. Cedds
This was a very defensive match throughout as St Cedds were very strong opposition, but we managed to hold them to a draw. To achieve this all the girls worked their socks off, especially the midfield players – Lucie, Annabel and Darcy, who were constantly having to get back to defend. On such a hot day this was no small task! Olive had a great game again on the wing, and Katie and Elise C both had an excellent 10 minutes of play to keep the ball out.
A no score draw at full-time meant a further 3 minutes of play and still neither team were able to score.  This meant the match was concluded on shuffles – one attacker versus the opposing keeper and 10 seconds to get the ball from the half way line into the goal!  This was nerve-wracking for all but as always the HH grit and spirit came into play and the nominated girls – Darcy, Katie and Lucie – bravely stepped up one at a time  despite never having practised this skill! Under pressure the girls did remarkably well but hats off to Millie S in goal who made one great save, encouraged one wide hit and only just missed the ball that led to the goal for the opposition.
St Cedds went on to win the tournament outright so huge congratulations to our girls for the way in which they remained totally composed during this match and fought for every ball.
Match 5 vs Town Close, 0 – 0
This was an extremely defensive match and we were under pressure throughout but thanks to Millie and some amazing saves we kept them to nil all resulting in an additional 3 minutes of ‘Golden Goal’ time in with Town Close scored.  Annabel stood out in this match but we could certainly see the heat was starting to take its toll and the girls were being sapped of energy! Saling also played well holding her position well on the wing opening up the game when she got the ball.
Match 6 vs Felsted again!
The girls were determined to even the score after their earlier disappointment against Felsted but it was not to be! Katie’s foot scored for the opposition and despite the very obvious kick into the goal it was still awarded. Olive again stood out with her impressive runs down the wing and managing to run after seemingly unstoppable balls!
Girls, you were amazing throughout and never gave up – this we cannot teach you so well done to you all. You did yourselves proud!
Mrs Jeffery

15 Sept – U11 A vs Finborough

This was the girls first match back of the season and for some, their first match. The girls absolutely smashed it. It is always nice to start the season with a win and even better when it was a convincing one. The girls dominated from the start with some lovely passing between Annabel and the front line players, this lead to the first goal being scored by Lucy. From that point on the girl really wanted to score another and they didn’t have to wait long till Annabel scored again. At this point Finborough made a bit of a comeback and started to put pressure on our defence which was no match for Katie, Evie, Elise and Millie. At the end of the game, the coach from Finborough came and spoke to me and said how impressed she was with the girls’ positioning and how well they played together as a team. A real compliment girls, well done. Great start to the season.

Holmwood 2 Finborough 0

Mrs Earley

15 Sept – U11 B vs Finborough

After such a long break from hockey, it was great to see the enthusiasm and eagerness the girls showed for their first match of the season. It was a strong start with Matilda P-R scoring the first goal with a strong hit inside the D.  As the first half progressed Finborough came back scoring two. But the girls fought back, displaying some great passing. Sadhika R found the net leaving the score 2-2 at half time.

The team battled hard in the second half with some excellent defending. Unfortunately we were unable to secure the draw with Finborough scoring in the final few minutes. A fab effort from all the girls, and a special mention to Orla R who played in goal for the first time.

Holmwood 2 Finborough 3

Laura Sharman

U10 Boys' Rugby

6 Oct – U10 A vs Littlegarth

On sunny afternoon the under U10 played Littlegarth away. The boys showed great resilience against a strong Littlegarth team. Try’s from Alfie M, Arron M some strong  tackles from Oscar B, Oscar A and Winston L

Well played boys plenty to work on during training.
Holmwood 8 Littlegarth 24
Mr Jeffries

6 Oct – U10 B vs Littlegarth

Great come back by HH after losing the first half they were led well by Leo P Sam C and Noah S scored three tries each, Roux score 2 and Sumedh K scored 1. The other players supported well which was great to see their learning and progress throughout the game.

Brilliant effort and improvement!
Holmwood 60 Littlegarth 105
Mr Earley

15 Sept – U10 A vs Finborough

The U10s played their first fixture in well over a year and came a very close second. They battled and played very well against a strong physical Finborough team.
Holmwood 12 Finborough 15
Mr Jeffries

15 Sept – U10 B vs Finborough

Holmwood learning a great deal about rugby and did get better and better as the game progressed. Leo P was man of the match with 3 tries and some excellent tackling. Good first game, great effort!

Holmwood 15 Finborough 45

Mr Earley

U10 Girls' Hockey

match reports to follow

U9 Boys' Football

11 Oct – U9 A vs Littlegarth

Holmwood’s fifth game of term was against Littlegarth. This was Holmwood’s third game in 8 days and the improvements made so far this term were evident to see. Holmwood stood strong in the first half with Tobey E and Stanley J fantastic in defence. Fabio C, Ted L & George B worked hard in midfield and Uriel J closed down the opposition defence to stop them playing out from defence. Holmwood took an early lead when George B took a short corner and Ted L smashed the ball through a crowded box into the far corner. Holmwood extended their lead after a hand ball in the area resulted in a penalty which Ted L coolly dispatched into the left hand corner of the goal.

Half time Holmwood 2-0 Littlegarth
Littlegarth grew in confidence and created some chances but it was George B who scored Holmwood’s third after a fine through ball allowed him to run in on goal and pass the ball into the corner of the net. George D was performing well in goal and his distribution helped set up several attacks. Uriel J scored the fourth after another fine pass put him into the penalty area and his shot from a tight angle beat the Littlegarth keeper at the near post. Littlegarth went close on a few other occasions and then deservedly got a goal back with the final kick of the game.
Final score Holmwood 4 – 1 Littlegarth
A great performance from the boys, which puts us in a great frame of mind going into half term.
Next fixture is a tournament at Littlegarth on the first Monday of next half term.
Mr Lesiak

7 Oct – U9 A vs Colchester High School

Holmwood’s fourth match of the term was against Colchester High. Holmwood dominated the first half but found it hard to break down Colchester High’s defence. After several close misses and some fine goalkeeping Holmwood took the lead through George B. Holmwood continued to press but could not score a second before the half time break.

Half time: Holmwood 1-0 Colchester High
The second half again saw Holmwood create and miss chances, George D hit the post and had several near misses. It was George B with his second that extended Holmwood’s advantage. Soon after, a shot hit a hand in the area and a penalty kick was awarded. Stanley J stepped up and struck the ball into the bottom left corner to put Holmwood 3 goals up. Uriel J came close but was denied by the impressive Colchester High goalie. The scoring was rounded off with a good dribble and shot from Ted L.
Well played boys, bring on Littlegarth next Monday.
Result : Holmwood 4 – 0 Colchester High
Mr Lesiak

4 Oct – U9 A vs Finborough

Holmwood travelled to Finborough for this term’s return fixture. Holmwood started well and created a chance early on. Finborough had the advantage of kicking with the slope in the first half. They made this count with two goals,  despite Tobey E’s efforts in goal. George B was working hard down the right hand side and the defence of Stanley J and Fabio continued to play well together.

Half time Holmwood 0 Finborough 2
Holmwood had the advantage of the slope for the second half and they made this count. George B moved to stricker and this made a difference in closing down and hassling the Finborough defence. George B took his turn in goal. Holwood started well and the pressure soon resulted in a goal. An own goal, after a clearance was sliced into Finborough’s own net. Soon after a free kick struck the hand of a Finborough defender inside the penalty area and a penalty kick was awarded. Ted L slotted the ball into the corner of the net to bring the scores level. Holmwood continued to create opportunities but could not get the ball past the Finborough defence and goalkeeper.
Final Score: Holmwood 2 -2 Finborough
Mr Lesiak

27 Sept – U9 A vs Finborough

Holmwood’s second match of the term was against a strong and competitive Finborough side. Holmwood started well and held their shape and positions well. Holmwood opened the scoring with a fantastic volley from distance by Ted L. Finborough created several chances as the half progressed and only some last ditch defending prevented them scoring more than two goals before half time.
Half time : Holmwood 1 – Finborough 2
Holmwood defence looked more solid and Stanley J and Fabio grew into their roles and took up some excellent positions. A goal from George B after some good work down the left brought Holmwood level. The winning goal was scored by George D after he was put through by Ted L. A calm finish meant Holmwood ran out winners.
A very competitive match where Holmwood demonstrated resilience and determination in all aspects of their game.
Final Score:  Holmwood 3 – Finborough 2
Mr Lesiak

23 Sept – U9 A vs St Margaret’s

The Year 4s first ever fixture for Holmwood was an away match vs St Margaret’s.
Holmwood started well with Ted L feeding George B and George D on the wings. Holmwood created several opportunities but a combination of near misses and good goalkeeping kept Holmwood at bay. Holmwood kept their team shape well with Stanley J and Fabio C holding the defensive positions well. Tobey E was called into action in the final minutes of the half and just about managed to keep the ball from crossing the line.
Halftime 0-0
The second half saw Holmwood dominate so much so that Jayden O in goal was not required to touch the ball.  After several more near misses Holmwood eventually broke the deadlock with a headed goal from George B that evaded the grasp of the St Margaret’s goalkeeper and ended up in the net.
A very enjoyable if slightly frustrating afternoon of football which was followed up by a match tea inside the dining hall.
Well done boys.
Mr Lesiak

U9 Girls' Netball

11 Oct – U9 A vs Littlegarth

This week’s match for the year 4s was home against Littlegarth. The first half was close, with Littlegarth only leading by a couple of goals, Jessica B and Sophie R scoring our goals. The girls showed some good marking and were beginning to move the ball effectively down the court. However, in the second half tiredness kicked in and this led to a run of goals from Littlegarth. A good effort from the girls and lots to take away to practice in training.

Holmwood 2 Littlegarth 16

Laura Sharman

27 Sept – U9 A vs Finborough

The score does not reflect the exciting game the girls played. Holmwood went from strength to strength showing a better understanding of defending and attacking roles but were a little slow to mark their players and the height and strength of the opposition got the better of them. They won the third quarter 2-1 but tiredness took hold in the last quarter and Finborough scored 4 goals to Holmwood’s one. A good overall team effort.

Mrs Goldring

27 Sept – U9 B vs Finborough

An excellent game where the girls took their marking roles very seriously and began to understand how to spread out in attack. The game was very close but Holmwood had more shots and were able to keep a steady momentum of one goal a quarter. It was the superb marking from all the players that won the game for them. Well done girls.

Mrs Goldring

23 Sept – U9 A & B vs St Margaret’s 

It is always a pleasure to be involved in the first U9 match of the season and be a part of the excitement. Nerves were also in evidence but these were quickly banished.
On the journey to St Margaret’s we were entertained the whole way with the girls singing – everything from The Wheels on the Bus to Blinding Lights by The Weekend, and everything in between!
Once we arrived it was down to business and the girls quickly got into their stride on the courts and started to put into practice all we had worked on in training; dodging, landing with the ball and accurate passing.  The B team competently worked the ball down the court during the first half of play and worked hard to find space. Isabelle S-C and Beatrice W in particular linked together well to get the ball into our attacking half and Sophie R was always in space. Jess B had obviously been practising  her shooting as in the first half all 3 goals were scored by her. Going into half time the score was 3 – 3 so all to play for in the second half.
The ‘A’ team were 3 – 1 up at half time so they knew the result could go either way. It was a goalless third quarter but we did have possession of the ball a lot and the girls impressed with their accurate footwork and passing. Emily W had an excellent quarter and made many interceptions and Eva H defended well and successfully caught many of the rebounds. In the final quarter we continued to battle hard and our determination resulted in another 2 goals. Lucia C was very useful in this quarter and adapted to the quick turnaround of the ball very well. Annie B was excellent throughout the match and attacked and defended well, (we just need to get her more confident shooting!).
Final scores:
‘A’ team won 5 – 1
‘B’ team won 5 – 4
Mrs Jeffery

U8 Boys' Football

7 Oct U8 A v Colchester High School

After several weeks of training the boys first match had arrived. Positional work had been the main focus and it would be interesting to see if it would be evident when they kicked off.

Holmwood opponents were to be the team that had just played against the Year 4 A team. This was a mixture of Year 3&4 boys and would be a real challenge for the boys in their first ever fixture for the school.
Holmwood started with Theo B in goal, Joseph R and Josh M in defence, Sebastian C, Joshua C and Cody T in midfield and Stanley S in attack .
Holmwood found the strength and speed of their opponents a challenge but they battled well, held their positions and tackled whenever possible. As the half progressed Holmwood grew in confidence and made some good decisions when in possession of the ball. Forward passes and dribbling become more apparent from the Holmwood midfielders and the tackles stronger and with more determination from all. Holmwood team shape was evident for all to see and the boys really tried to hold their positions ( sometimes too well!!)
The second half saw Cody T swap with Theo B in goal. Holmwood’s performance continued to progress and they were able to find themselves in attacking situations far more regularly. Seb C was a menace down the left and had a couple of powerful shots. One resulting in a fine save from the Colchester H goalkeeper. Josh C continued to work tirelessly in the centre of midfield make good passes when possible and Stanley S demonstrated some excellent awareness and dribbling skills. It was he who scored Holmwood’s only goal after a great run and cut inside meant he was able to coolly slot the ball past the CH goalie. Josh M was tenacious in the tackle and Joseph R  showed some good dribbling skills to bring the ball up the field on the right hand side.
A massive thank you to Cody T and Theo B for taking their turn in goal. Not an easy job.
During the post match team talk I could see how hard they had all worked by the looks on their faces. The resilience the boys displayed was evident for all to see. We focused on what we achieved as a team and the successes each individual had with the match which were plentiful.
Well played boys, a great first fixture for Holmwood. I hope you all enjoyed it. Also, a massive thank you to all of the parents that came along and supported the boys with such enthusiasm.
Mr Lesiak

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