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PE Health and Health Faculty News (23rd Jan 2020 – 30th Jan 2020)


Ashley Cartledge
PE Health and Health Faculty News (23rd Jan...

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BASKETBALL 

Y10 Boys v Rickmansworth  (Away)  Mr Cartledge

Date : Tuesday 28th January 2020

Result :  Lost 26-25

Scorers :  A Hiron 9, M Keough 6, T Pearce 4, C Lynch 4, T Bates 2

Squad : T Pearce, C Lynch, E Anthony, T Bates, H Dawood, M Szoka, T Nwodo, J Millbery, M Keough, A Hiron

Commended performances : A Hiron, M Keough

Comment: The Year 10 boys suffered an agonising defeat with a free throw with 20 seconds left the difference between the 2 teams. The boys started well and led for most of the game but a strong last 3 minutes from Rickmansworth just saw then edge ahead at the end. A Hiron top scored again and played a key role son offence and defence throughout.

Y7 Boys v Rickmansworth  (Away)  Mr Burnell

Date : Wednesday 29th January 2020

Result : Lost 18-21

Squad :  S. Millbery. T. Sookhoo, K. Gurney, S.Fard, J. Wright, O. Spencer, S. Hindocha, B. Haanif, K. Ford, G Eldridge.

Commended performances :  S. Millberry, B. Haanif.

Comment: Tuesday saw the year 7 basketball team play their second game of the season against a strong Rickmansworth team. The first quarter was very even as both teams were consistent in front of the basket. The second and third quarter was a little scrappy from our behalf as we missed chances to close the gap that Rickmansworth had opened up. With nothing to lose in the final quarter we played some excellent basketball and very nearly won the game. Lots of positives to take into the next fixture.

Year 9 Boys v St Michaels   (Away)  Mr Symeou

Date : Tuesday 28th January 2020

Result :

Squad : L.Fiordelisi, L. Thorneycroft, K. Pamploma, O. Appa, G. Soares, M. Sandu Nicolaescu, N. Haines, A. Ried, A. Zaghis

Commended performances : L. Fiordelisi, N. Haines

Comment: A very close match from start to finish. The boys worked well together and enjoyed their first game of the season. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get the win but lots of positives to take away and build on for the rest of our matches.

Netball

Year 9 Girls v St Margarets   (Away)  Mrs Wright

Date : Wednesday 29th January 2020

Result : Lost 16-4

Team::S. Lea (captain), M. Sanchez, E. Clarke, A. Choudhury,  A. Deutrom, M. Eldridge, L. Jackman, H Nabi,

Commended performances : M. Sanchez for excellent attacking play in the centre third.

Comment: The girls braved the freezing conditions and put on a good performance (even though the scoreline didn’t quite reflect this). 8 of the 16 goals were scored by St. Margarets in the first quarter so we improved our game in each subsequent session. A particular well done to Marysa, our player of the match (nominated by the opposition).  Henna also had a terrific game; she played out of position as a defender and managed to intercept quite a few shots on goal.  Amy also had great movement around the court and was able to clear the ball effectively once the ball had been re-bounded.  A loss it was in terms of the scoreline, but no loss for us in terms of improving our level of ability week on week.  Well done girls! 

Year 10 Girls v St Margarets   (Away)  Mrs Wright

Date : Wednesday 29th January 2020

Result : Lost 9-4

Team::G  De-Venny, S Zambarloukas, CJ Lea, E Andrews, E Yeboah, M Aravindon, I Henry, E Walsh, E Homes.

Commended performances : M. Aravindan

Comment: After being 4-1 down in the first quarter, the girls re-grouped and refined their defending skills to tighten up their performance in the following 2 quarters (only conceding 2 goals per quarter).  We had much more possession of the ball in the final half of the game and managed to score 3 goals to reduce the defeat.  We played well, but were just outplayed by the strong St. Margarets team.

Badminton

Year 11 GCSE Mockeration with Bushey Academy   (Home) Mrs Cooper

Date : Tuesday 28th January 2020

On Tuesday we welcomed Bushey Academy students for another practical exam practice session for the year 11’s.  Students from both schools played singles and doubles matches, against and with each other, helping guide staff on the grading process and giving further opportunities for competitive game play.

The BMS students acquitted themselves really well and on most courts showed superiority in their play and tactical awareness.

It proved yet another valuable experience for students and staff and will surely benefit the students in their final practical exams later in the year.

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