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PE Health and Health Faculty News (17th Jan – 24th Jan 2019)


Kashan Malik
PE Health and Health Faculty News (17th Jan...

NEWS

The changes in the weather will have obvious effects on PE provision. Where possible we will continue to deliver our normal curriculum and students will still go outside in cold weather if the external facilities are safe and usable. In this situation students should ensure they bring skin type tops to wear and if needed gloves to keep warm. Where the facilities are unplayable in the case of snow all students should remember trainers and indoor kit. We will always try to ensure that ALL practical PE lessons take place in some format.

The new Y10 Sports Leaders group started their training on Friday 18th January and already I have been really impressed by their maturity, responsibility and enthusiasm for Sports Leadership. They are working towards the Level 1 qualification and we look forward to seeing them progress. Best of luck to Jess B, Georgia B, Bette-Louise C, Aaron D, Maisie H, Andrea H, Zak K, Charlie M, Jay M, Skye N, Jake N-A, Zoe P, George R, Milee T, Madunan U.

SPORTS REPORTS

FOOTBALL

Year 9 District 6-a-side Tournament – Mr Cartledge

Date : Monday 21st January 2019

Result : Year 9A 3rd overall, Year 9B 4th overall

9A v Westfield Won 7-0, v Reach Free Won 3-0, v Immanuel Lost 2-1

9B v SJA Won 1-0, v Qns B Lost 2-0, v Westfield Won 2-1

3rd/4th Play-Off BMS A 6 v 4 BMS B

Scorers : BMS A (N Amoako 4, E Anthony 4, F Pierson 3, M Keough 3, S Sabapathy 2, M Chaudhury

BMS B (M Machen 3, S Booth, B Kabucho, F Rowe

Squad : BMS A : N Amoako, E Anthony, M Chaudhury, M Keough, F Pierson, H Khan, S Sabapathy, A Kothary

BMS B : M Machen, S Booth, C Lynch, F Rowe, T Barnes, T Bates, B Kabucho

Commended performances : Whole squad

Comment : In a very enjoyable 6-a-side tournament both BMS played some very good passing football and were both unlucky not to win their respective groups. However having both lost one game the two teams played out a very enjoyable 3rd/4th place play-off with the A team recovering from going 2-0 to win to win 6-4. 

BASKETBALL

Year 9 v Bushey Academy (District League) – Mr Cartledge

Date : Thursday 17th January 2019

Result : Lost 24-14

Scorers :  T Pearce 10, R Mohamud 2, E Anthony “

Squad :  E Anthony, H Said Dawood, H Khan, T Bates, N Amoako, C Lynch, M Szoka, T Pearce, R Mohamud, M Rutter, J Millbery, J Agrawal, M Keough

Commended performances : T Pearce

Comment : The boys faced a strong Bushey Academy team in the first match of the season but after a disappointing first quarter showed much improvement on defence in the remaining quarters. Tyler P carried the offence to the opposition scoring 5 baskets. A spirited effort by the boys with more shooting practice required to ensure future success.

Year 9 v Bushey Rickmansworth (District League) – Mr Cartledge

Date : Tuesday 22nd January 2019

Result : Lost 37-10

Scorers :  T Pearce 6, N Amoako 2, E Anthony “

Squad :  E Anthony, H Said Dawood, H Khan, T Bates, N Amoako, C Lynch, M Szoka, T Pearce, R Mohamud, M Rutter, J Millbery, J Agrawal, M Keough

Commended performances :

Comment : A disappointing performance by the boys after the positives of the previous fixtures. Improvements needed on defence and shooting.

Year 8 v Bushey Academy (District League) – Mr Burnell

Date : Thursday 17th January 2019

Result : Won 18-14

Scorers : L. Fiordelisi, L. Thorneycroft, D. Sherlock, J. Johnson.

Squad : L. Fiordelisi, A. O’Shea, L. Thorneycroft, G. Gonzalez-Aller, D. Sherlock, A.  Seridarian,  J. Johnson, A. Laws, N. Haines, D. Tegzes, R. Ismaili.

Commended performances : L. Fiordelisi, L. Thorneycroft, D. Sherlock, J. Johnson, D. Sherlock ,A.  Seridarian.

Comment : This was the teams first basketball game of the year, which saw them play local rivals Bushey Academy. The first quarter started well and saw the boys take a healthy lead thanks to some clinical shooting and some excellent half-court defending. The second and third quarter again showed dominance in all aspects of the court, creating some excellent opportunities to score. The fourth quarter say the opposition apply a lot of pressure on our defence. However the team stood strong and held on for the win in what turned out to be a close game.

Year 8 v Croxley Danes (District League) – Mr Burnell

Date : Monday 21st January 2019

Result : 16-10

Scorers : A. O’Shea, L. Fiordelisi, D. Sherlock, A. Laws.

Squad :  L. Fiordelisi, A. O’Shea, L. Thorneycroft, G. Gonzalez-Aller, D. Sherlock,  J. Johnson, A. Laws, D. Tegzes, M. Samdu Nicolaescu. C. Martin, E. Monahan.

Commended performances : A. O’Shea, L. Fiordelisi, D. Sherlock, A. Laws, G. Gonzalez-Aller,  J. Johnson.

Comment: Monday saw the year 8 basketball team play their second game of the year against a well organised Croxley Danes side. In the first quarter both teams created very few clear scoring opportunities but defended resolutely. The second quarter saw a very similar pattern of play as again few clear chances were created but both defenses stood strong. However the third and fourth quarter produced some excellent basketball from the team, producing plenty of clear scoring opportunities which resulted in the team coming out victorious again. A great start to the year for the team with plenty of things to keep improving on.

Year 7 v Rickmansworth School (District League) – Mr Piper

Date : Monday 21st January 2019

Result : 10-10

Scorers : Rames V, Sharma S.

Squad : Bryan N,Azimi S, Clark A, Kian S-M, Kayven S-M,Sharma S, Georgiou L, Sims J,QaribT, Rames V, Fletcher-Grey B.

Commended performances :  Fletcher-Grey B, Rames V.

Comment: This was the teams first ever basketball fixture which saw us travel to Rickmansworth School. The boys delivered a strong performance in the first three quarters which saw them enter the last quarter with a 10-2 lead. Rickmansworth came out strong for the final quarter and clinched a draw, which was a fair result for both teams overall. It was great to see so many happy faces both during and after the fixture. The boys represented themselves and the school exceptionally and are all looking forward to the next fixture.

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