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July 2022

Congratulations to the Boys Football Team who represented the borough of Harrow in the West London Finals today. We performed brilliantly in the group stages but unfortunately lost in the quarter finals. We are extremely proud of the successes the team have had this year, well done!


May 2022

Another huge congratulations to the SJF Year 5/6 girls football team, who are the winners of the Harrow Girls Football Plate! They topped their group with three convincing victories and went on to beat Grimsdyke 5-1 in the semi-final and Pinner Wood 6-4 in the final. We are so proud of you girls, well done!


May 2022

Huge congratulations to the SJF gilrs football team, who played a league game against Belmont this afternoon. The girls played brilliantly and won the game 6-0! They are not through to the Harrow Girls Football league final on Monday. We are all so proud of you!



March 2022

Our Year 6 football team competed in the finals of the Harrow league this afternoon. Our boys won 4-1 in the final against Elmgrove. We are now the Harrow League Cup champions. Well done team!



March 2022

EFL Utilita Regional Cup Final 

On Monday, eight boys from the St John Fisher football team went to Reading FC to represent Queens Park Rangers (QPR) in the Regional Utilita Cup Final. The standard of football was high and the competition was tough as the boys faced other schools who had won their local schools competition.

We finished the day 3rd place in our group with four wins, four draws and two defeats (see all results below) but unfortunately missed out on a place in the semi-final by one point. However the team had some great performances, scored some excellent goals and showed skill, team-spirit and determination throughout.


QPR 0 v Derby 1

QPR 1 (Leo) v Cardiff City 1

QPR 1 (Jake) v Bristol City 1

QPR 3 (Leo x3) v Peterborough 1

QPR 2 (Kyan & Leo) v Milwall 2

QPR 1 (Jake) v Derby 1

QPR 4 (Leo x 2, James & Jake) v Cardiff City 0

QPR 2 (Jake & Kyan) v Bristol City 1

QPR 3 (Leo x2 & Jacob) v Peterborough 1

QPR 1 (Sean) v Milwall 4


A huge well done to all of the boys who took part: Sean (Captain), Leo, James, Jake, Kyan, Adam C, Jacob and Ben. We are so proud of your achievements and look forward to the Barnet Cup Final which is on Wednesday. A special thank you to Gavin and Ben from QPR who came to support and coach the team on Monday.




March 2022

Congratulations to the Year 6 football team who finished as runners up in the Barnet Cup Final at The Hive yesterday. They topped their group after three convincing wins and went on to beat St Joseph’s in the semi final. The final was a closely fought match against St Bernadette’s but unfortunately we lost 1-0. All of the boys were fantastic and should be extremely proud of their performances.


March 2022

QPR v Cardiff City

Last Wednesday, we had our coaching session with QPR in preparation for the Regional Finals which took place on Monday. After the session, Gavin gifted all of us two tickets to attend the QPR v Cardiff City game at the Kiyan Prince Stadium on Saturday. It was a great experience and we had amazing seats right behind the goal! It was an excellent atmosphere and it was great to spend time together as team. Thank you to Gavin Forbes and QPR for giving us this opportunity.

By Ronan (Captain) and Sean.




March 2022

EFL Utilita Regional Cup Final 

Thank you to Gavin and Saif from QPR who came in to lead a fantastic coaching session on Wednesday in preparation for the EFL Utilita Regional Cup Final on Monday. The boys were pushed from start to finish and showed excellent skill and improvement throughout and now feel fully prepared for Monday.

At the end of the session, we were all surprised to be gifted tickets to attend the QPR v Cardiff City match this Saturday at the Kiyan Prince Stadium.

We keep our fingers crossed for a QPR victory on Saturday and Monday!



March 2022

Watford Premier League Primary Stars

Huge congratulations to the boys and girls football teams, who played at the Watford Premier League Primary Stars tournament at Watford FC’s training ground on Monday and Tuesday. Both teams were outstanding from start to finish and dominated and topped their groups - see results below.


  • SJF v Cherry Tree - 2-0 (Leo and James)
  • SJF v De Havilland - 2-0 (Leo and James)
  • SJF v St Joseph’s- 4-0 (Leo x2, Ronan and Jake)
  • SJF v York Meade- 3-0 (Leo x2 and Ronan)
  • SJF v Cranbourne 2-0 (Leo x2)
  • SJF v Holy Rood 1-0 (James)
  • SJF v Brookmanspark 1-1 (Jacob)


  • SJF v Skyswood Primary - 1-0 (Gabriella)
  • SJF v St Teresa’s - 4-0 (Gabriella x3 and Aoife-Rose)
  • SJF v Holy Rood - 1-0 (Orla)
  • SJF v The Russell Primary - 1-1 (Gabriella)
  • SJF v Parkside - 4-0 (Gabriella x2 and Aoife-Rose x2)
  • SJF v The Orion - 0-0

As a result of winning their groups, both teams reached the semi-final but were knocked after extra time and penalties. It was a hard way to lose but both teams are taking many positives from their performances into their next games.

Well done to: Ronan (Captain), Leo, Sean, James, Kyan, Jake, Ben, Jacob, Ciara (Captain), Lara W, Isla, Orla, Gabriella, Aoife-Rose, Lily and Mia.

You were all a credit to the school and we are extremely proud of your achievements.

We wish the boy’s team the best of luck in the EFL Regional Final on Monday in Reading where they will be representing Queens Park Rangers.             


January 2022

Watford Premier League Primary Stars

On Thursday, a group of Year 3 and 4 boys took part in Watford’s Premier League Primary Stars Tournament at the Meriden Community Centre in Watford. All of the team were extremely excited, and a little nervous, as it was the first time they had represented the school. The first game against Grange ended in a 6-0 victory with goals from James (2), Kian (2), Kymarni, and Paddy. The second game, against St Paul’s, ended in a 2-0 defeat, although the boys showed great skill and determination throughout. The third game, against The Grove, ended in a convincing victory with goals from Paddy (2), Louie and Isacco. Our fourth game was the toughest of the day and ended in a 2-1 defeat. Their goalkeeper made a last minute, fingertip save which stopped us getting any points. However the team were determined to finish the tournament on a high and the final game of the day, against Parkside, ended with our biggest victory (8-0) with goals from: Paddy (2), Kian (2), Kymarni (2) and James (2). We finished in 3rd place, which was a fantastic achievement for the team. Well done to all of the players who took part: Kian (Captain), Adam, Miguel, James, Szymon, Kymarni, Paddy, Isacco, Louie and Ethan.  A special well done to Kymarni, who was chosen by Watford FC coaches as overall player of the tournament and Paddy who finished the day as top goal scorer. Well done boys, we are all very proud!

December 2021

Barnet FC Cup

On Wednesday, 10 Year 6 boys took part in the Barnet FC Cup at The Hive. It was a cold, windy and a very wet day but that did not dampen anyone’s spirits! The day began with a 0-0 draw against Kenmore Park, after their keeper made some amazing saves from Leo’s deadly long range shots! The second game against Marlborough ended 3-0, with an excellent hatrick from Leo. The third game against St Anselm’s was closely fought, but again ended 0-0 with the keeper having the game of his life! We found our momentum in the fourth game against Heathland and won 4-0 with goals from Leo, Jacob, Louis and Sean. Our fifth game, against Priestmead, resulted in our biggest win of the day (5-0) with goals from Leo (2), Jake (2) and James an. We ended the day with a game against St Bernadette’s, who had won their previous five games. We went in with confidence and played our best game of the day and we won 3-0 with goals from Leo and Jake (2). It was a fantastic day and we finished as runners up by only one point, meaning we have qualified for the Barnet Cup Final! Well done to everyone who took part: Ronan (Captain), Leo, James, Kyan, Louis, Jake, Adam, Jacob and Ben, who managed to keep six clean sheets! A special well done to Jake who was chosen as player of the day and Leo who finished as top goal scorer. Thank you to Mr Betts for driving us, Mrs Kershaw for supporting us and to the parents who braved the torrential hail and rain to cheer us on!

By Kyan and Sean (Year 6 Sports Leaders)