GIRLS’ SPORTS REPORTS 10/03/14
- Sedbergh School ranked amongst the top boarding schools in the world - March 10, 2023
- Sedbergh Duo Selected into British Biathlon Development Squad - March 3, 2023
- Work Commences on Two New Synthetic Pitches - February 21, 2023
1ST VII GIRLS AT AUSTIN FRIARS
RGS Newcastle W3-2
Austin Friars W6-0
Despite a lack of hockey this term and no experience of 7s on a
Eliza Hodgson, Maddy George, Sophie Farmer were excellent in
1ST VII V BARNARD CASTLE
An outstanding performance by the 1st VII to secure a very convincing 52-10 win against Barnard Castle who have qualified for next week’s National Finals (as they qualify through the weaker North East region).
Hesford and Foster combined well in the shooting circle with fluid movement and accurate shooting – 85% accuracy – the
The girls were determined to win this fixture knowing that Barnie were through to National Finals next week and they definitely proved a point to show that our 1st VII are of National Final standard, an amazing display of netball ably led by Captain Tamsin Brown, well done girls.
1ST VII V STONYHURST
Another local rival beaten this week with again a fine display of skill, determination and fluid movement for our 1st VII to take a convincing 34-16 win against a physical Stonyhurst team. Again Hesford and Foster combined well with the latter playing the netball of her life at the moment, such huge improvements for Foster since arriving at Sedbergh as a defending player.
Page continues to run rings around Wing
Another well-deserved convincing win for our 1st VII, we now look forward to taking on Rugby and Oundle next weekend.
2ND VII V STONYHURST
We started strongly although it was a tough encounter from the start and there were interceptions galore as we pulled to a low scoring 3-1 lead after the first quarter.
We went for the steal on the first
The final quarter was always going to be tough and Stonyhurst gave it everything and in a tense last few
Best players – the whole team!
U14 VII V STONYHURST
A much improved performance from the u14 lead to a comfortable win. From the first quarter Sedbergh dominated the tempo and possession. Lewin and Turner worked well in the shooting circle working up to a 15-6 lead at half time. Sedbergh had learned their lesson from last week and worked the ball short and quickly with some accurate feeds into the circle from Bell. Changes were made in the final quarter with Sedbergh winning 29-13. Player of the match went to the whole team for a much improved performance.
JNR B VS STONEYHURST
A focussed, determined team
The end of the first quarter was 5 -3 to Sedbergh. The second quarter saw Sedbergh’s
Unfortunately, the last quarter saw their Goal Shooter find her form enabling Stoneyhurst to score 3 goals in the last minute. Final result Stoneyhurst 20 – Sedbergh 19. Player of the match Julia Haywood.
LACROSSE V BARNARD CASTLE 19-0 WIN
It was the first and the last home game for the 1stX11 on Saturday and it what a great one it was. The sun was shining and the sidelines soon filled up with enthusiastic supporters.
Defensively, Sedbergh never switched off, and when the ball entered the oppositions attacking end it was soon turned over and cleared out. Great saves by Woof mean Sedbergh have a clean sheet at home.