- Raynes Park Sports Ground
- May 7th 2010, 10am - 3.00pm
The 'Target Cup' is an annual event that Target Sports Coaching organise where local Kingston & Merton Borough Primary Schools take part in a Year 2, 7 a-side Football Tournament. The day is free of charge and run by our fully qualified coaches who are all CRB checked and first aid trained. The aim is to provide the children with an exciting day of football, the chance to win cups and trophies, and to create a genuinely memorable experience.
Many pupils already recieve some kind of football coaching, in or out of school, with little chance to play in matches competitively. Therefore the 'Target Cup' is a great opportunity for children to participate in more competitive matches; and for local school sports coordinators to meet and create links through sport, with the hope of arranging and increasing future match fixtures.
Target Cup League Results 2010
|League One||Points||Final Position|
|Sacred Heart Primary||13||2nd|
|St Matthews Primary (Tolworth)||12||3rd|
|Coombe Hill Infant School||15||1st|
|Grand Avenue Primary||12||3rd|
|Malden Manor Primary||10||6th|
|King Athelstan Primary||11||5th|
|Christ Church C of E Primary||7||7th|
Target Cup Semi-Finalists 2010
|League Two||Points||Final Position|
|Wimbledon Ursuline Prep School||15||2nd|
|St Johns C of E Primary||6||6th|
|Green Lane Primary||14||3rd|
|St Matthews Primary (New Malden)||12||4th|
|Corpus Christi Primary||18||1st|
|Tolworth Infant School||5||7th|
Coombe Hill Infant School v Wimbledon Ursuline Prep School
Sacred Heart Primary v Corpus Christi Primary School
Target Cup Finalists 2010
Coombe Hill Infant School v Corpus Christi Primary School
Target Cup Winners 2010
Corpus Christi Primary School
"The event this year proved to be a huge success as 14 out of the 20 Schools we invited attended and took part. Over 100 supportive parents & friends arrived to watch which created a fantastic atmosphere.
All children enjoyed the competitiveness of the matches yet still showed great sportsmanship throughout the day. Each School played a minimum of 6 matches to establish who would qualify for the finals. The quality of all the games were high and the effort levels applaudable.
Corpus Christi & Coombe Hill both performed well in the deciding match, exhibiting some great goals and team work. Corpus Christi eventually finished triumphant and became 'Target Cup' Champions!
Target Sports Coaching would like to thank all the Schools who participated in the 'Target Cup' including the Sports Coordinators, Assistants & Voluntary Referees for their valuable help and cooperation. We hope to see you again next year".
(Michael Branch, Director of Target Sports Coaching Ltd)