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Six consecutive wins for Bryanston’s 1st XI Football team

This season has seen goal scoring, crowds roaring and six consecutive wins for Bryanston’s 1st XI football team.

We’re immensely proud of the resilience and teamwork that our 1st XIs have shown this season. Since football becoming a core sport at Bryanston, popularity for the sport has skyrocketed and as such created a dynamic environment for high achieving players.

Investing in the improvement of our teams at Bryanston is important to all those involved in sport across the school. This is why we have partnered with Pathway Development Centre, where current Bournemouth Academy coaches are able to impart their skills and knowledge to many of our teams. Bryanston has also been the go-to option for professional clubs too, with Southampton FC using the pitches and facilities for their academy sides during holidays and the School continues to pursue strong links with them and AFC Bournemouth.

The future for football at Bryanston looks bright with flashing colours of blue and yellow. Andrew Murfin, Deputy Head Co-curricular, is also pleased to see football excelling at Bryanston, commenting: “It’s great to see the numbers of pupils selecting football as their sport option and to see the improved performance levels of all our pupils, especially the 1st XI’s who have put together an excellent run of results. I look forward to seeing football develop further in future years.”

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The above video showcases Henry T's wonderful free kick from the weekend. 

Sport at Bryanston is a fantastic opportunity for our pupils to practise their leadership skills as well as their athletic talents. With new initiatives like football setting a precedence for younger year groups, we are delighted to see that our senior teams are forging a new pathway for sport at Bryanston.

Head of Football Matt Boote has been able to witness this exciting season as he explains: “I’ve been really impressed with the start made across the year groups, especially the 1st XI who are leading from the front. The junior teams are working hard with a view to making into future 1st teams. It’s great to see so many boys and girls (over 200) playing football this term.”

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