Sports Results

Please see below for all the latest sporting news and results.

Double Victory for Harrow Way Netballers

October 4th, 2018 Comments off

The Year 9 and 10 teams played Winton on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd October, both finishing with clear wins. Year 9 won 23-7. Players’ player of the match – Hannah S.
Team: Hannah S, Emily P-S, Sophie C, Brooke W, Alannah M, Traci H, Maisie T, Grace D.

Year 10 won 16-4. Players’ player of the match – Emily C, Umpire’s player of the match – Leigh S
Team: Emily C, Leigh S, Libby W, Victoria B, Donna D, Beth M, Ruby P.

Netball Results – September 2018

October 1st, 2018 Comments off

The Year 9 & 10 Netball teams have been in action in the last couple of weeks against the Clere School. The Year 9 team was victorious with a 13-11 win, whereas the Year 10 fought a tougher opposition and lost 16-6.

Year 9 – Grace Homer, Hannah Salter, Sophie Cole (c), Brooke Wilding, Allanah Machin, Maisie Tyzack, Grace Davis.
Year 10 – Anita Lukocovicova, Emily Cook, Leigh Stanbrook, Libby West (c), Victoria Butler, Donna Doig, Ruby Pilfold, Beth Matthews.

Year 10/11 Football District League vs Wellington

September 28th, 2018 Comments off

The home side started very strong with Kial Mumford opening the scoring with a great half volley on his weak foot from 20 yards. Harrow Way took the game away from the visitors in the opening half with Elliot Smith and Dylan Willard each picking up goals before the break. The second half consolidated the blistering first with Smith adding further goals to his personal tally and Willard strengthening the score. Wellington did pick up a consolation goal but Harrow Way made a very good winning start to the 2018-19 campaign. Final score 6-1.

Sports Clubs available to students – Autumn 2018

September 7th, 2018 Comments off

Click the image to see the extensive range of sporting clubs and activities on offer to students.

For more information on any of the clubs, speak to Mr Haysom or a member of PE Staff.

Year 10 Rounders Result

July 18th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way: 20 1/2, Wellington Academy: 9
The last game of the season, and the girls’ last ever rounders match ended with a resounding win against Wellington Academy. An excellent team performance combined consistent hard hits when batting with accurate and controlled fielding.

Everyone contributed to the batting score, with Amelia Kalwajtys scoring an impressive 3 from 3 attempts in the second innings. Players’ player of the match went to Shannon Durrans.

Team: Izzy Kirby, Izzy White, Joanne Mathew, Tamara Clackson, Lucy Ladd, Indie Jones, Grace Farrelly, Shannon Durrans, Amelia Kalwajtys.

Sports Day 2018

July 12th, 2018 Comments off

This year our annual sports day was turned upside down due to the hot weather. To make the most of the cooler morning weather our track races took place at the start of the day. Before lunch saw all students out on the field, after the track races a wide variety of sports took place including, rounders, softball, basketball, tennis and the climbing dyno challenge. Later in the afternoon, students took part in the throwing and jumping events. During the morning students were entertained by winners of the H-Factor, who performed their songs. Each race earned house points, the winners of the Sports Day Cup will be announced on the last day of term.

Pictures from the day can be seen here.

Year 9 Rounders

July 9th, 2018 Comments off

The Year 9 Rounders teams lost a close-fought final against John Hanson on Wednesday. Drawing 6 all after the first innings, the girls let the pressure get to them in their fielding, allowing John Hanson to stretch their lead in their second bat. The girls fought hard but eventually lost 17-11.

Batter of the match was Emily Cook, Fielder of the match went to bowler Libby West. A mention must go to deep fielder Ruby Pilford who has played an excellent rounders season.

Team: Libby West, Emily Cook, Ruby Pilford, Donna Doig, Alicia Lund, Victoria Butler, Leigh Stanbrook, Martha Cooper, Beth Matthews.

Hampshire Youth Games

June 29th, 2018 Comments off

On Friday 22nd June 2018, the Year 7 netball team: Megan Richmond, Emily Strudwick, Daisy Fletcher, Faith Holman, Kaitlyn Pedder, Danni Gooden-Husbands, Grace Homer, Keira Inman, Izzy Phillips and Lara Dale, went to a Netball Tournament at the Hampshire Youth Games. On a very warm sunny day in Aldershot, the team were just pipped to the post by one point and came 4th place out of eight schools. After qualifying to play in the games earlier in the year, this is a huge achievement for the team, finishing in fourth place out of all the teams in Hampshire. Read more…

Rounders Semi-Finals

June 21st, 2018 Comments off

The Year 8 and 9 rounders teams were both playing semi final matches this week.

The Year 8’s lost a well fought game against John Hanson 16 1/2 rounders to 12. Batter of the match was Hannah Salter, Fielder of the match went to bowler Lauren Farrelly. A special mention must go to Chloe Huang who scored an impressive 2 1/2 rounders in her first game for Harrow Way.

The Year 9 team were victorious against The Clere, winning 16 rounders to 12 1/2. Batter of the match went to Anita Lukacovicova, fielder of the match was awarded to 2nd base Alicia Lund. Miss King, of The Clere, gave a special mention to the excellent fielding skills of our backstop, Emily Cook.

The Year 9 team are due to face John Hanson in the final.

Harrow Way Netballers Watch the Pros

June 18th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way netball players took a trip to Bath to watch Superleague Netball on Friday 15th June. They watched Team Bath play against Wasps. Wasps were victorious winning 58 – 40 and guaranteed a place in the Superleague Semi-finals.

Students got the chance to see some high class netball play and meet top players including several who recently played in the Commonwealth Games for England, Nat Haythornthwaite from Wasps brought her Commonwealth Gold medal to the match, especially for Harrow Way students to see. Students got the chance to talk to, get autographs and pictures with other England players including: Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Kadeen Corbin and Jade Clarke, who is England highest capped player.