Ringway Sports


Did you know?…… 93% of our current year 5 children achieved 25m in swimming. Well done!

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The Ringway boys’ team made it 3 wins in a row with a comfortable 4-0 victory against St. Elizabeth’s. The star of the show was Jaytis Brown who scored an impressive hatrick adding to Shane Lowe’s opening goal. Although he did not get on the scoresheet, Harrison Annand was probably the most creative player during the match. Time after time he beat his man and delivered quality balls into the box. The boys now have two more vital games in the league as they search for qualification to the citywide finals.



Ringway Girls Are Champions Again!

Ringway girls Red Team once again won the Wythenshawe tournament beating Haveley Hey 5-0 in the final. Goals by Skye and Keely secured the win. The girls played 7 games in total winning every one of them! The Ringway Green team finished in 3rd place. Aimee and Charley were the stand out performers for that team. The Red team now got to the Manchester finals in June at The Cliff. Well done to you all – we are so PROUD of you!


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Our Trip to Old Trafford

By: Francklynne & Nevaeh (Year 6)

On Thursday September 29th, our teacher Mr Conroy took 15 of us to Old Trafford to watch Man Utd play in a Europa League match against FC Zorya from the Ukraine. We were so excited that we were selected and once we had convinced our parents to let us go, the game could not come quick enough.

When school was finished we had to go home and have tea, but we were told to be back at school for 5:30pm sharp. Before we left for the match, Mr Conroy spoke to all our parents. Also, we had to wear yellow jackets so we did not get lost in the humongous crowd. Finally, after a short delay, at 6:15pm we set off to Old Trafford.

The bus journey was ok. We did get stuck in traffic though. After what felt like an eternity, we made it. As we got off the bus you could smell food and hear people singing. The smell of bratwurst engulfed the air.  On our way to the ground Mr Conroy bought scarfs for some of us. Others however wanted programmes. Before we went inside we had to scan our tickets.

Once inside the adrenaline started to pump through our veins. We waved at the mascot and took some pictures. Finally, after 20 minutes the game started. Everyone was cheering and singing. In the 61st minute Zlatan scored! We all celebrated the winning goal. Just before the game finished we had to leave. Mr Conroy did not want us to get stuck in the crowd. As we got back on the bus, we all felt tired. What a game!


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Ringway undefeated in Man Utd invitational

On Monday February 1st, the Ringway Primary school football team took part in a football tournament at Manchester United’s historic ‘Cliff’ training ground.  Unfazed by their historic surroundings the boys battled hard to win three of their four games and draw the other. Unfortunately luck was not on their side on this occasion and they missed out on a place in the showcase final on goal difference.

Mr Conroy was extremely proud of his team and the attitude they showed. Not only were they excellent on the field, but they were also commended for their politeness and manners towards the opposition and officials off the field. Each boy received a wonderful certificate and team photo as memento of this great occasion and they will now look forward to the citywide Manchester schools final on April 19th.


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Wythenshawe Girls Football Tournament

On a cold, wet and blustery Friday afternoon, Ringway girls defeated all opponents (and the elements) to become champions of the Wythenshawe Girls Football Tournament.

Played at MEA, the competition was fierce, but cheered on by a healthy number of parents and the girls battled like Trojans to claim victory. Although everybody gave 100%, the star of the show was Keivie Shaughnessy who scored the winning goal in the final match against old rivals The Willows.

They were awarded their medals by Manchester United mascot ‘Fred the red’ and now move on to the citywide finals in the summer! Mr Conroy and Miss Butler were very proud of the team spirit and fantastic attitude shown by all the girls.

Well done Ringway!

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