Sports Results


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

KS3 Girls Indoor Football Tournament

December 13th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way hosted a very successful girls indoor football tournament on Wednesday 12th December, with 8 teams from 5 schools taking part. With the competition split into 2 pools, each team were to play 3 games, with the winner from both pools playing a final.

‘Harrow Way 2′ was a completely Year 7 team, and they played fantastically well, with 3 close fought games, only going down 1-0, 1-0 and 2-0.’Harrow Way 1’ only had 2 out of their 5 players from Year 8, but were superb, finishing an unbeaten joint 1st from their pool.

A 2 minute golden goal game against Winton to decide who was going into the final was played, with Faith slotting in a goal with just seconds left. The final against John Hanson 1 was much the same, with the score remaining 0-0 through the duration and into extra time. A sudden death penalty shoot out determined the result, with Harrow Way narrowly missing out on overall victory.

An excellent tournament, all girls played superbly, and looking forward to the rematch tournament in the New Year.

Year 7 Rugby

December 5th, 2018 Comments off

The year 7 Rugby Team played their first warm up practice fixture against a strong side from Wyvern College Salisbury. Although they lost 20-5, the performance was excellent from all players. Player of the match goes to Alex Birmingham for his hard straight running.

Netball Updates

November 26th, 2018 Comments off

The Year 9 & 10 Netball teams have been busy the last couple of weeks, playing three games. Year 9 have been playing well with two victories; 19-7 against Test Valley and 12-6 against Rookwood and a close defeat losing 12-11 against John Hanson. In the match against Rookwood, the player of the match was awarded to Megan Richmond.

The Year 10 team have also been working hard on the court, winning against Test Valley 9-5, but being defeated 28-4 against John Hanson and 17-6 against Rookwood.

Year 9: Megan Richmond, Emily Phillips-Strudwick, Grace Davis, Brooke Wilding(c), Alannah Machin, Traci Henry, Maisie Tyzack, Izzy Taylor.

Year 10: Victoria Butler, Emily Cook, Leigh Stanbrook, Libby West (c), Ruby Pilfold, Donna Doig, Beth Matthews, Devon Brown.

Year 7 Girls Football – Match Report

November 22nd, 2018 Comments off

The year 7 girls football team played only their second full-sided match of the year, in terrible weather, against St Edmunds in Salisbury on Wednesday 21st November.

With boundless energy and enthusiasm, the girls worked hard and produced some excellent attacking opportunities. Daisy and captain, Jisa, created excellent spaces on the wings, attacking at speed when they received the ball. Annabelle was solid in defence, working with Carys, Lily and Evelyn to prevent scoring opportunities. Player of the match Libby changed from striker to goalkeeper in the second half, producing some fine saves. A final result of a 7-0 loss does not credit the hard work and positive attitude of the team.

Team: Libby, Jisa, Luana, Carys, Lily, Amelie, Ysobel, Evelyn, Olivia, Daisy, Annabelle.

Strong Victory for the U16 girls in the Football County Cup

November 9th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way 4, Romsey School 0

The Under 16’s girls had a comfortable win against Romsey School on Wednesday in the first round of the County Cup. Harrow Way had the majority of the possession and went into half time 1-0 up through a slick cross into the box by Sky slotted in by Katie.

The defence of Chloe, Amelia, Lucy and Tumi, along with mids Paris and Jasmine were solid, preventing any kind of attack from developing, leaving keeper Ruby with little to do. Three goals in the second half secured the well-deserved victory.

The first came via a corner. Amelia’s volley was saved by the keeper but came back out to Sky who struck it into the top right hand corner. To make it 3-0, Shannon scored from a wonderful strike from the top of the box. The final goal was a great team effort, finished by Anita from the 8 yards out.

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.

Teams:
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.