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Senior Girls Badminton – National Schools Championship – County Semi Final

January 20th, 2009

DSC00140[1]On Monday 19th January 4 girls from Year 10 and 11 travelled to Farnborough Leisure to compete in the Hampshire Schools County Badminton semi-finals.

The team had qualified for this competition by winning two earlier competitions namely the North Partnership round and then winning the North Vs South Mountbatten Schools Partnership round, thus eliminating seven other secondary schools in the process.

In the County Semi-finals Harrow Way were to play 3 other schools who had qualified in a similar way. The standard was very high.

Harrow Way started nervously but as the competition went on they played some superb badminton and several teachers from the other schools were very complimentary about our team’s play and the way that they conducted themselves.

Harrow Way finished in a very creditable 2nd place overall.

Team: Kayleigh Kennedy, Rebecca Parker, Hannah Catton, Nicky Fletcher

RESULTS
Harrow Way Vs Courtmoor
Singles Hannah Catton lost 12 – 21
Singles Nicola Fletcher won 21 – 18
Doubles Rebecca Parker & Kayleigh Kennedy lost 17 – 21
Hannah Catton & Rebecca Parker lost 19 – 21
Nicola Fletcher & Kayleigh Kennedy lost 14 – 21
Match result: Harrow Way lost 4 games to 1

Harrow Way Vs Amery Hill
Singles Hannah Catton won 21 – 9
Singles Nicola Fletcher won 21 – 11
Doubles Rebecca Parker & Kayleigh Kennedy won 21 – 17
Hannah Catton & Rebecca Parker won 21 – 17
Nicola Fletcher & Kayleigh Kennedy won 21 – 9
Match result: Harrow Way won 5 games to nil

Harrow Way Vs The Hurst
Singles Hannah Catton lost 21 – 21
Singles Nicola Fletcher won 21 – 14
Doubles Rebecca Parker & Kayleigh Kennedy won 21 – 11
Hannah Catton & Rebecca Parker won 21 – 12
Nicola Fletcher & Kayleigh Kennedy won 21 – 16
Match result: Harrow Way won 5 games to nil

Final results of the competition
1st place Courtmoor
2nd place Harrow Way
3rd place The Hurst
4th place Amery Hill

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