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Sports News

SBH Badminton Championships Results

We played the SBH Badminton Championships on Thursday evening and the following pupils were successful. Please feel free to congratulate them if you see them around school.

SBH Boys Singles Winner = Aaron Pattison (Year 9)
SBH Boys Doubles Winners = Aaron Pattison and Clay Russell (Year 9)

SBH Girls Singles Winner = Chloe Cosgrove (Year 10)
SBH Girls Doubles Winners = Chloe Cosgrove and Izzy Willmott (Year 10)

Congratulations to all players involved.

Y9 RUGBY 1/4+2/4-HOME, BOTH 4PM K/O

Tuesday-v Arrowvale
Weds-v Saint Augustine’s

Team Sheet

15 Tom Shaw
14 Tyler Hodgetts
13 Harvey Martin
12 Ronan Woodbine
11 Simon Williams
10 Tom Van Der Plank
9 Dafydd Rees

1 George Bickerton
2 Jack Westwood
3 Joe Mellor
4 Sam Piper
5 Will Reeves
6 Tom Moor
7 George Skitt
8 Robbie Baxter

Subs-Woolams, Oakes, Fry, Dwyer, Battle, Burrows, Quickfall, Tom Jones, Sam Parkinson, any other players unnamed, please attend

Need-boots, gumshield, shorts , socks, tracksuit

South v North 26-3-14

This classic local derby has been waiting a long time for this rematch, last around last time with SBHS coming out on top. North were ready for a battle which was soon to be a great match. As North kicked off and SBHS on top a lovely weighted ball from Harrison Lang into Ben Evans who majestically climbed above his opponent and rose like a salmon to head the ball home for 1-0.Literally 50 seconds later great work from the Midfield set up Lang for his goal.2-0.North kept on pressing on were rewarded a goal. 2-1

Half Time.

SBHS came out with something about them and really pushed for more goals. Alfie Bloomer hit the post with a cross-come-shot from a free-kick and lots of corners were looking dangerous. The ball fell to Scott Hancock which he only had 1 boot on played a Hollywood ball over the top to Jordan Rollins who finished well for 3-1.SBHS were still Hungry for more with Will Pagan and Ben Evans coming close with fine headers and Zak Heitman narrowly missing the target with a penalty, SBHS didn’t give up.

Full-Time

SBHS 3-1 NBHS

A special well done to the development team players who had a call up, Kyle Berry, Zak Heitman and Elliott Jones. And big thankyou from the lads to Josh Gwilliam who was a stand in Goalkeeper today.

Well done boys today and MOTM-Alfie Bloomer(C)

YEAR 10 RUGBY, MON 31/3, 4PM KO V SAINT AUGUSTINE'S, HOME

Team Sheet

15 J WILDMAN
14 J HARVEY ELLIDGE
13 C KIRBY
12 A CASWELL
11 E CORBETT
10 W PAGAN
9 D JENKINS

1 J PARKIN
2 J EDWARDS
3 A BLACKBURN
4 J OWEN
5 C FISHER
6 J GWILLIAM
7 Z HEITMANN
8 K THOMAS

SUBS-ALL WELCOME
NEED SHORTS/SOCKS/GUMSHIELD/BOOTS/TRACKSUIT

South Sporting Success!!

Girls’ Football

The girls’ U16 football squad have had an outstanding year so far, beginning with a confident start to the Worcestershire Schools County Cup, in which the girls achieved a 2 – 1 victory over Waseley. In the next round they faced an away game against a strong and experienced Haybridge team. At full-time, the teams were matched at 3 – 3, and extra time saw no change in the score. The girls felt the pressure, as they lined up for their penalties, however as South struck each sequential shot into the net, Haybridge failed to get the ball past a calm and focused Ellie Baker in goal, securing the team’s place in the County Cup final.

The final fast approached and the opposition, Hanley Castle, had a track record of success with a 9 – 0 and 4 – 0 victory, unquestionably earning their place in the finals. However, South dominated play from the off-set, and by half time we were 1 – 0 up, thanks to an unstoppable shot by South’s exceptional Under 16 England football player Chloe Peplow. In the second half, we knew we had to secure a victory, and a fumble by Hanley’s goal keeper allowed South’s Tia Collins to secure a comfortable lead with only 10 minutes remaining. With the clock counting down, and the final whistle blown, the South girls celebrated their well-deserved victory. With our league fixtures well under way, the girls are continuing to maintain their earlier success with a 10 – 1 victory over North, a 2 - 2 draw with Arrow Vale and an 8 – 1 win over Woodrush. May the success continue, well done girls.

 


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South Bromsgrove High Academy Trust is a charity and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales with Company Number 8565135 whose Registered Office is at Charford Road, Bromsgrove, B60 3NL
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