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Ashley Cartledge
Ashley Cartledge
PE and Health Faculty News


Year 7/8 Cricket v Croxley Danes (Division 1)

Date : Thursday 9th June 2022

Score : BMS 61 for 8 off 15 overs, Croxley Danes 62 for 4  off 14.5 overs

Result : Croxley Danes won by 4 wickets

Batting : S Patel 17, G Guainiere 8

Bowling : H Neal 2 for 4, S Patel 1 for 9, G Guainiere 1 for 10, A worth 0 for 14, S Mowle 0 for 13

Team : S Mowle, S Patel, H Neal, A Worth, A Sanga, L Johnson, Z Watson, J Allan, G Guainiere, B Neulaender, L Fearnside

Comment : The Junior Boys cricket team were desperately unlucky to suffer another last over defeat on Thursday in a a league match with Croxley Danes. With a slow outfield the boys scored 62 with special mention to a quickfire 17 from S Patel. An excellent spell of bowling from H Neal and S Patel saw the game go into a very close finish with Croxley reaching the total with one ball to spare. The boys have now won 2 and lost 2 of this seasons matches in what has been a very enjoyable series of games.


Year 7/8 Cricket v Reach Free (Division 1)

Date : Monday 13th June 2022

Score : Reach Free 58 for 8 off 15 overs, Bushey Meads 61 for 3 off 9.5 overs

Result : Bushey Meads won by 5 wickets

Batting : S Patel 16, G Holdback 12, G Guainiere 8, S Mowle 8

Bowling : G Holdback 3 for 9, H Neal 1 for 6, S Patel 0 for 14, A Worth 2 for 7, S Mowle 0 for 2, B Neulander 1 for 0, P Kannan 1 for 6, A Sanga 0 for 13

Team : S Mowle, S Patel, H Neal, A Worth, A Sanga, L Johnson, Z Watson, J Allan, G Guainiere, B Neulaender, G Holdback, P Kannan

Comment : The Junior Boys cricket completed their final match of the season with a comfortable win over Reach Free. Some fine bowling and fielding restricted the opposition to just 58 runs with G Holdback and H Neal the pick of the bowlers. With some excellent boundaries hit by S patel and g Holdback the boys reached the target with 5 overs to spare to record their 3rd win of the season. The boys have been an excellent group who have shown great commitment and are very unlucky not to have won all 5 matches. Well done to all member sof the squad.


BSJT events

Tag Rugby and Kwik Cricket Festivals

On Thursday 9th June and Monday 13th June we welcomed groups of Year 6 Little Reddings and Hartsbourne students for Tag Rugby and Kwik Cricket festivals led by our new cohort of Year 10 Sports Leaders. The leaders delivered a fun warm-up followed by some coaching on the skills required to play the games before finishing with some game play. It was great to see the BMS leaders showing great communication and organisation skills and the primary students having fun playing new sports. Well done to all those who took part.


County League Athletics – Match 5

Date : Wednesday 8th June

Bushey Meads staff hosted our second match of the season on Wednesday at Jarmans park with Queens, Adeyfield, Sir John Lawes and Laureate Academy the competing schools. It was another competitive evening of athletics with BMS recording 5 event wins, the highest in a match so far. Special mention to M Cozens (Senior Girls Hurdles), M Baines (junior Girls Hurdles), C Rouch (Senior Girls 1500m), N Bryan (Senior Boys Shot) and M Tregear (Junior Boys Discus).

Commended performances :


Team score – 30 points – 5th

M Baines 1st Hurdles

S Wells 2nd 100m

Relay 3rd

C Noonan 3rd Shot



Team score – 36 points – 4th

M Tregear 1st  Discus

J Gladdy 3rd 800m

S Juracek 3rd Hurdles and 2nd Javelin

L Dokelman 2nd High Jump

L Fearnside 3rd Pole Vault

L Johnson 3rd Shot



Team score – 33 points – 4th

C Rauch 1st 1500m

M Cozens 1st Hurdles and 3rd Discus

K Kovarova 3rd 300m and 3rd Long Jump

A Chaudhry 2nd Javelin

E Donald 3rd Shot



Team score – 31 points – 4th

A Gates 2nd 800m

D Barbakadze 2nd Hurdles and 3rd High Jump

A Williams 3rd Long Jump

N Bryan 2nd Shot

L georgiou 3rd Discus

MATCH 6 : Wednesday June 155h 2022


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