Sports Results

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

Year 7 Girls Football Tournament

November 21st, 2019 Comments off

Year 7 girls played together for the first time on Wednesday in an indoor 5-a-side football tournament held at Rookwood. Phoebe played two great games in goal during the round robin stages. The team held Test Valley to a 0-0 draw, however two early goals by Testbourne in the second match meant that the girls had to step up the attack. Rotating midfield players Lily-Maya, Freya and Ella worked hard up and down the court, with Honey and Bella putting their defence under pressure. We scored 2 quick goals back but couldn’t quite manage a third for the win.

This left us in 3rd/4th place play off against Rookwood. Strong defending by Charlotte and some great saves by Neve kept them at bay. Freya slotted in a fine shot to hand us the 1-0 win and 3rd place overall.

Sports Clubs available to students – Autumn 2019

November 6th, 2019 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 7 Football – First Victory

October 21st, 2019 Comments off

The Year 7 football team played Rookwood School in a high quality game where both teams played some very nice passing football and created many chances. Zach Strudwick slotted away a good shot to put Harrow Way one goal up, however Rookwood equalised soon after. The second half was end to end football but with 2 minutes to go Kyle Brooker scored our winner. Well done to all players for a great performance.

Year 5 and 6 Cluster Indoor Athletics Competition

October 21st, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way hosted the first Primary Cluster event of the year and what a lovely afternoon was had by all. We started with all the competitors participating in the eight field events that included indoor javelin, long jump, chest throws and the performances were fantastic. The afternoon then moved onto the rebound board running events that culminated in the Team Relay event that is always the most cherished and loudest win of the event!

The eventual winners were Portway Junior School and congratulations to them! All the children worked really hard throughout the afternoon and were a credit to their schools. Effort and enjoyment of sport was the key and a big thank you to all competitors, teachers and the wonderful Sports Leaders from Harrow Way, without whom the event could not run.

Year 7&8 Girls Football Tournament

October 17th, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way took a combined team to their first tournament of the year at John Hanson this week. Playing against mostly Year 8 only teams in the 7 a side tournament, the girls did extremely well.

Each of the five ten minute games were well fought contests. Harrow Way came away with 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 loses, with Yasmin, Amelie and Lily-Mya our goal scorers. Special note must go to Charlotte, who as a Year 7 playing in goal for us, she made some exceptional saves.

Year 11 Football

October 14th, 2019 Comments off

On Friday 11th October, Harrow Way hosted Testbourne in the Year 11 league. A close match was played to a draw at half time, with little action of note and both teams mustering few attempts on target. Early in the second half HW conceded and then Testbourne doubled their lead from the penalty spot. With lots of time left HW couldn’t manage a fightback and the score remained at two.

Final score 0-2, Testbourne win.

Year 11 Football V John Hanson

October 4th, 2019 Comments off

Sadly the first league fixture of the new year ended in a defeat for the Year 11’s. While the whole match was close, John Hanson made the breakthrough with two preventable goals in quick succession before Harrow Way sured things up going into half time.

After some more back and forth Finn Belbin snagged a goal back for the home side with a agile volley from six yards. Regrettably the goal scorer then fouled in the HW box leading to a penalty, saved by Mason Ardron, atoning for earlier errors.

Minutes later with HW pushing for an equalizer, John Hanson scored again effectively ending the match.

Final score 1-3 to John Hanson.

Year 11 Football – Hampshire Cup v Robert Mays,

September 30th, 2019 Comments off

4-2 Win for Harrow Way to begin the new year in good form. Goals came from Liam O’Riordan who scored twice in the first half before Dylan Willard added a third in the second half. Harrow Way endured a nervy fightback from Robert Mays to make it 3-2 before Cayden Brooker finished the game with a fourth late on. Scott Walker had a man of the match performance at right back, with Mason Ardron also looking very composed in goal. Next match is at home against John Hanson on Wednesday 2nd October.

Harrow Way’s Star Rugby Player Makes Bid For Irish National Team

July 9th, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way’s star rugby player Mikey Summerfield is making a bid for an international place with the Irish national rugby team. The Year 11 student attended three countrywide trials to make the final squad for the Irish Exiles, a team which specifically identifies and develops potential Irish players in England, Scotland and Wales. Mikey will tour with the exiles, playing three matches for the team during August.

Mikey has been an avid and committed rugby player since he was eight years old training every week with Andover Rugby Club. As well as initially playing for Harrow Way he was selected by professional club London Irish to join their Developing Player Programme (DPP) when he was in Year 8. Selected from across Berkshire, Hampshire and Middlesex Mikey trained twice a week with the club progressing from their bronze scheme through to the Gold AASE scheme – Achieving Academic and Sporting Excellence, which is targeted at talented 16 to 18 year old students who have the aspirations and potential to play at the elite end of the game. Read more…

Harrow Way Sports Awards

July 3rd, 2019 Comments off

With a school full of such talented and committed young sports people, we thought it was time to celebrate their successes at the first Harrow Way Sports Awards. We were delighted to welcome Sarah Taylor, Franchise Manager for the Wasps Superleague Netball Team, to present the Awards.

We are proud to award students Sports Colours for their continued commitment and participation in a school team and Club colours to students who have consistently attended a non-competing club over a period of 2 years. In addition to this, we would like to congratulate the sporting achievement of some of our most outstanding students who have participated to a high level outside of school. Finally, we will award our Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Sports Person of the Year, as chosen by the Harrow Way PE department. Images can be viewed here.