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Primary 7 Titanic Trip - Thursday 5th December

Sports

Flahavan's Cross Country at Portadown Rugby Club

8 Dickson PS pupils chosen from the boys' and girls' football teams had the chance to be ball boy / girl at the NI u19 v Portugal u19 football match. The IFA officials commented on how well they represented the IFA in front of the UEFA assessors and that they were a credit to the school. Well done to all of them!
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The Dickson 7 aside football team who represented the school in the Burns' Soccer League in Dungannon. The team won 4 and drew 2 of their 6 matches.
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The cricket team at the Kwik Cricket festival run by Lurgan CC and Daniel who won the longest hit out of all the schools in attendance.

The cricket team at the Kwik Cricket festival run by Lurgan CC and Daniel who won the longest hit out of all the schools in attendance. 1
The cricket team at the Kwik Cricket festival run by Lurgan CC and Daniel who won the longest hit out of all the schools in attendance. 2

The girls' football team - Beaten finalists on penalties at the recent Ambassadors' Schools' Cup!

The girls' football team - Beaten finalists on penalties at the recent Ambassadors' Schools' Cup! 1
The girls' football team - Beaten finalists on penalties at the recent Ambassadors' Schools' Cup! 2

Cross Country

P6 and P7 boys and girls have been training for and competing in the Flahavan's Cross Country league since September. This has consisted of running on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9am on some bitterly cold mornings but the pupils have shown great improvement.
On Friday 8th June the P6 tournament took place on a glorious sunny day at Drumgor 3G pitch. Two P4 pupils represented Dickson PS and three boys made their debuts for the team in a good run out, defeating Carrick PS and drawing with Tandragee PS.

Brownlow College 5 Aside

A mixed team of boys and girls took part in the Brownlow College 5 aside tournament for all potential feeder primary schools. There were 12 schools in attendance and Dickson managed to top the group, winning all their matches convincingly showing great skill and team spirit. The team then won the semi-final on penalties after a 2-2 draw before being beaten by a strong St Francis team in the final, winning medals and a trophy for their achievements. Well done boys and girls on doing our school proud!
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