Sports News and Results

Netball Results

The Year 9 Netball Team travelled to Herne Bay High to play their first two games of the season. They played Spires first winning 8-0, going on to beat Herne Bay High 11-4. The game was really close in the first half with each school taking it in turns to score. But we came through stronger in the second half. An excellent start to the season, well done girls - Mrs Newman

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The Year 8 Netball Team travelled to the Abbey school for their first matches of the season. They played Herne Bay High in the first game winning 11-0. They played the Abbey school in the second game, winning 8-0. An excellent start to the season! Well done Girls'! Mrs Newman

Year 8 Rounders District Tournament

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Having won all of our friendly fixtures throughout the term we were travelling to Archbishops School for the District Tournament undefeated. We started off very strong winning all of our matches in our section through some excellent fielding and clever batting to make it through to the final. The final was against Barton Court who gave us the toughest competition all season. It was an extremely exciting match with us winning by only one rounder. Well done to all the girls who have shown such commitment to training all season. Year 8 District Champions!!

Year 9 Rounders District Tournament

The Year 9 rounders team were runners up in the District Tournament. The team played really well throughout the tournament winning their first 3 matches by convincing margins. They played St Edmunds in match 4 losing by two rounders, so It all came down to the last game against QEs. QEs batted first and came away with 7 rounders but unfortunately when the buzzer sounded to end our innings we were on 6.5. Throughout the season there has been some superb batting and fielding by... Chiara Mesquita and she didn’t disappoint in the district tournament. Katie Daughters has perfected her backhand which ensures her a rounder each time. Maddie Smith and Hana Williams have an excellent partnership as backstop and first base, Maddie’s quick reactions and fast throw combined with Hana’s ability to know where the post is without looking, ensured that we got many players out on first base. Amy Walsh bowled consistently in all of the matches to ensure we didn’t give away too many half rounders. Well done to the whole team! (Chiara Mesquita, Flos Sutton, Katie Daughters, Jenny O’rourke, Hana Williams, Rosie Walsh, Amy Walsh, Maddie Smith, Maddie Bourner, Gaby Alankiewicz, Megan Thomas) Mrs Newman

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Super 8s Final

Fantastic performances were seen today at Medway Park for the Kent Schools Super 8's final. Having won the first round of the Super 8's athletics competition we joined together with Simon Langton Boys' School to become the representatives of the Canterbury City Partnership. The standard of athletics was incredibly high and we were particularly pleased with our overall placing of 4th. A particular thank you to Hannah White who came along today as our reserve. She was chosen on the basis that she has the ability to step into any athletic event and perform to a really high standard.

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Year 7 Athletics Team

The Year 7 athletics team stormed to victory yesterday afternoon to win the 'District Championships' and complete our clean sweep of victories this summer! Particular outstanding performances came from Maddy Hull, Lara Hulbert, Clementine Johnson, Chloe Sands, Beth Langdale and Amy Bonzio who all came first in their event. A huge thank you to Gina Sparks and Sarah Bennett our Year 12 Sports Captains who came along today to help look after the team and to Ellie Passfield and Georgina Saunders who help coach the girls every Monday after school.

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District Athletics Competition

The junior and senior athletes took to the track at Canterbury High on Wednesday on the hottest day in June since 1976. It is with immense pride that I say both teams were placed first in their respective age groups and the silverware was brought back safely for another year. Well done to each and every girl for their contribution to the teams success regardless of where they were placed; every point counted! We now look forward to Sports Day on the 14th July where parents are of course very welcome to attend. Miss Creaney

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The final district fixture took place 13th June for the junior athletics team at Simon Langton Boys' School. Some superb performances came from Rose Delbridge in the long jump, Emilia Stokes in the 800m, Sofia Bashir in the 200m and Jessica Williamson in the discus. The final athletics competition for the team takes place next Wednesday at Canterbury High where the district schools championships takes place. Good luck to all the girls! Miss Creaney 

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The Year 9 rounders team beat Herne Bay High 12 - 3 and Archbishops 8.5 - 7.0. The team had some changes from the previous few matches but they looked really strong and played some excellent rounders. They also go in to the district tournament on 29th June undefeated. Well done girls! Mrs Newman

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The Year 7 rounders team beat Archbishops 8 - 2, The Abbey School 7.5 - 0.5 and had a really close game with Herne Bay High but managed to keep the score down by getting 6 of their 7 players out. We won the game by half a rounder with the final score SLGGS 2.5 and Herne Bay High 2. Poppy Lintott was excellent on first base and Bethany Langdale made two superb catches. The team goes in to the district tournament in a few weeks undefeated. Well done girls! Mrs Newman

 

Year 7 Super 8 Team

The Year 7 Super 8 Team gave a storming performance at Canterbury High yesterday. Outstanding track performances came from Jenny Swandale and Chloe Sands in the 800m and in the relay where they were joined by Lara Hulbert and Amy Bendzio. In the high jump Beth Langdale demonstrated beautiful technique and gained a very high placing with Louisa Packard also showing a great deal of promise in this event. The shot put was won by Lara Hulbert, the long jump by Jenny Swandale and ...Maddy Hull threw a personal best in the javelin to be placed second. Poppy Lintott kept her nerve in the shot putt and ran a very strong leg in the B team relay. The girls were delighted when the overall results were announced and they were placed first beating Kent College by 11 points. The team go on now to represent Canterbury district next month at the county finals at the Julie Rose Stadium. Miss Creaney

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Rounders News

Year 7 Rounders Team beat Barton Court 8-2.5
Year 7 Rounders Team beat QE 5-1.5
Year 9 Rounders Team beat QE 8.5-5.5

Netball News

Our Year 7 Netball Team were placed runners up after having won 8 out of their 9 games at the District Netball Tournament. A wonderful afternoon of netball to finish what has been an amazing season for the girls!!!! Miss Creaney

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The Year 9 Netball Team are District Champions! During the tournament they played some of their finest netball. Beating Kent College and St Edmunds. It was extremely close at the end of the tournament but they won on goal difference. The team have gone from strength to strength this season, developing not only as a team but as individuals. I am really proud of their achievements; they have been a great team to work with. Mrs Newman
 

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Our Year 10 District Netball Team are now ‘District Champions’. They were undefeated all season and undefeated in the district tournament. Only three goals were scored against them in the whole tournament. An amazing season for an amazing team!

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Year 8 Netball Team came 3rd in the District Tournament, well done to all our students that took part. - (Kent College 1st, QEGS 2nd)

Year 9 Netball Team beat St Anselms 22-1

Sports Leaders

Miss Blaskett-Foord took along two groups of Year 9 Sports Leaders to Barham primary school and also to Blean primary school. Miss Blaskett-Foord praised both groups commenting "all of the 'Sports Leaders' were absolutely fantastic, planned excellent sessions and were great ambassadors for the school" Well done girls!

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Year 9 Basketball Match

The Year 9 team played against Herne Bay High at home on Tuesday after school and had their second convincing win of the season 40-16. 

Megan Thomas was a new addition to the team and her contribution to defence was most valuable. The team as a whole worked tirelessly throughout the game turning the ball over on so many occasions through their wonderful competitive spirit. It is an absolute pleasure to look after the bench and organise team substitutions as the girls are most selfless and readily come on and off the court sharing their time without question. 

A very big thank you to Mr Baldwin once again for refereeing and coaching the team.

Miss Creaney

Sports Hall Athletics

The Year 7 and 8 athletes travelled to Herne Bay High on Wednesday for the first round of the Sports Hall Athletics competition. 

The Year 7 team enjoyed their first experience of athletics at Simon Langton Girls' and they did themselves proud. Jenny Swandale won the distance event most convincingly and the relay team consisting of Maddy Hull, Lara Hulbert, Chenxi Wang and Chloe Sands gave us the most exciting race of the afternoon. The Abbey school gave the girls a real run for their money with Maddy, Lara and Chenxi on their heels right up until Chloe took over the baton and streaked away. All four girls ran their absolute hearts out! Poppy Lintott, Daisy Redford, Jenny Swindale and Nicole Reichhelm won the obstacle race and gave some strong performances in the field events. The team were placed first by 27 points and go on to represent the Canterbury District in the county finals next month.

The Year 8 team had a successful afternoon also winning by 27 points! Em Mahon, Lucy Warren, Emily Metivier and Alexis Webster ran in the obstacle race and won setting the tone for the afternoon.  

Emelia Stokes looked comfortable throughout the distance race barely breaking sweat. Imogen Davis ran with Sofia Bashir, Emelia and Lucy in the relay and won by a significant margin. Rhiannon Hutchings ran in the 4 and 8 lap races where her grit and determination ensured we were placed in the top two positions for those events. 

The girls will travel with the Year 7 team to the county final and I look forward to reporting back on their performances in due course. 

Miss Creaney

Cross Country Report

The school cross country team had a very successful afternoon of running at the district cross country event. The competition took place on Wednesday 23rd November at Kent College. Despite two days of heavy rain the conditions under foot were very good.

The Year 7 team started the success, all placing in the top 12 finishers. Jennifer Swandale was in 1st place with her only close competitor a Year 7 boy. Chloe Sands finished 3rd looking very strong indeed. May Brown finished 7th, Beatrix Valentine was 10th and Maddie Hull was 12th.  

In the Junior girls competition Emelia Stokes looked comfortable finishing in 5th place, Emily Metivier finished in 13th, Catriona Forbes was 16th followed by Natalie McDonnell in 19th and Hannah Bennett in 28th.

We then had two girls competing in the intermediate category. Louise Flynn finished in 2nd place whilst Aeryn Stretton finished with a flourish in 6th place.

After waiting patiently all afternoon Joseph Whitby started in the Senior boys race. Completing two laps of the entire course, he went in to the woods on the first lap in first place and maintained a strong lead for the remainder of the race.

All those finishing in top 16 go through to the Kent Schools competition in January. Well done to everyone who competed.

Mrs Newman and Miss Creaney

Year 7 Netball Report

netball year 7 sept16The first game of the season took place tonight at Herne Bay High School for our Year 7 team. Having to pick a team so early on in the season during our very first training session was very difficult as there were so many girls in attendance.

The team began the match full of excitement and nerves in equal measure and were up by just two goals in the first quarter.  As the game continued the standard of play improved considerably and the team settled down to play some super netball to win 18 - 3. 

Hannah White was unstoppable playing GA scoring most of the 18 goals and was supported so very well by Carla Reid at GS. The centre court was completed dominated by Olivia Brooks - Merino, Daisy Redford (captain) and Hannah White. Kiara Corbell at GD ensured that the Herne Bay shooters were put under a great deal of pressure together with Yasmin Bennett at GK. Chloe Sands demonstrated how multi talented she is by starting out as a shooter and finishing the match playing an incredibly feisty defender. Every girl gave their absolute all and clearly have so much potential as individual players.

I look forward to training next Tuesday after school to catch up with the girls that attended training tonight. Please be assured that everyone will be considered for our next match.

Thank you to the parents that came along tonight to support the team; it was lovely to have you there!

Miss Creaney