U14 Boys Futsal – City & West Pool Winners- 21/11/2017

Despite losing captain H Williams this morning due to injury the Year 9 Boys Futsal team were unbeaten in their prelim tournament with 2 wins against Fairfield and a win and a draw against Hereford Academy. The opening game against Academy was the highlight, winning 5-1 with a hatrick from the outstanding J Holman . B Stokes made some outstanding saves in goal, F Rosser, T Jones and T Crapper were all consistently strong throughout. All boys contributed to a fantastic team effort and were pleased to dedicate the performance to their injured captain who sustained a nasty knee injury today. H Sanders & J Cummings both stepped in with late notice today.

The boys will now progress to a county final against the winners of the City/North pool that was played at St Marys this evening.

A big Thank you to our kit sponsors Dene Garage in Kingstone

Futsal


Year 9 Rugby- 14/11/2017 - KHS Vs Cathedral

“The boys came second in their semi final this afternoon. They did really well against a very good Cathedral side.

Several of the boys are playing for the first time this year and it’s a steep learning curve against accomplished players who play outside of school. One of those is C Divall who came on for a 20 minute cameo and was outstanding.

The boys looked smart in their new kit courtesy of sponsors beyond storage” - Mr P Reed- Teacher of Boys PE


U13 & U15 Netball- KHS Vs Hereford Academy - 11/10/2017

U13’s-

S Teague F Willmott L Addis F Worwood A Nwakwu J Spencer K Johnson I McMillan

“Playing for the first time as a team in these positions, saw the year group achieve another win. Both teams played well and supported each other throughout the whole game with plenty of wise team decisions and changes to help outwit the opponents.

The player of the match was given to I McMillan.

Final Result- THA 14 – KHS 18

U15’s-

K Palmer C Gittens H Preace E Rudolph S Rudolph E Walker E Richards S Field

In very wet conditions both teams persevered to play to the best of their ability in what was a very close game until the final quarter when Hereford Academy took the lead.

Final result: THA 16 - KHS 9

Player of the match was E Richards!

Well done to all players.”- Miss Jones- PE Teacher.


Netball- Whitecross 26th September 2017

“A fantastic game to start off the netball season against Whitecross. We led 2-1 until the final quarter when their GS found her eye on the hoop and scored 5 goals!

A massive well done to all the below:

Year 7

GS. C Fletcher (Captain)

GA. B Griffiths

WA. L Watkins

C. R Garlick (Vice Captain)

WD. C Powell

GD. A Lloyd

GK. E Krtilova

Reserve:

W Kennedy

I Barton

The Year 8 B team that hated playing out of their preferred positions had a convincing win of 12 – 0 – A massive well done for persevering to play in these positions girls! Player of the match was J Spencer.”- Miss S Jones- PE Teacher.

Year 8 B Team

GS. S Teague

GA. S Lewis

WA. F Willmott

C. M B-Griffiths

WD. F Worwood

GD. H Williams

GK. A Davies

Reserve:

S M-Matthews

J Spencer


Year 7 Countywide Rugby Tournament - Monday 25th September 2017

“Some Year 7’s went out this afternoon to compete in the first countywide Rugby tournament of the year. There were a total of 13 teams from around the county and the Rugby played was competitive and of high intensity.

The boys played 5 games in total, and made superb progress which saw them dealt a harsh lesson in game 1 against a very good Bishops side losing 5 tries to nil, to beating Aylestone in dominant fashion 4-0 in the last game.

In between saw a narrow defeat and a narrow win against 2 other Bishops teams, as well as victory against Whitecross.

M Kennerley was the player of the day with other outstanding performances from J Michael, O Langford, J Lawrence, J Bishop & H Hughes. Despite these standout performances ALL players made significant steps towards the targets set at the start of the day ” Mr Reed- PE Teacher.

The students involved were …

  1. M Kennerley
  2. O Langford
  3. J Bishop (Capt)
  4. J Lawrence
  5. J Lucken
  6. J Micheal
  7. R Goodman
  8. H Hughes
  9. W Smith
  10. J Lewis
  11. J Jordan
  12. J Dale
  13. J Miller
  14. T Woodward
  15. S Farrell

Minor’s Athletics Championships 27th June 2017

“The five year 8 pupils who competed in the Minor’s Athletics Championships today did very well. G Capel came 1st in her heat of the 75m hurdles and 2nd overall, taking her first ever medal home with her. H Williams and S Mitchell both came 6th out of 12 in each of their 1500m events and performed very well among some exceptional performers. R Gray came 1st in his heat of the 300m and 5th overall, whilst B Perry came 8th in his heat of 80m hurdles.

Amazing efforts all round and such an achievement making through to this stage. Our pupils were absolutely fantastic, showing support for each other as well as other competitors from different counties throughout the whole competition. They were also truly inspired by the talent they saw today.”- Miss E O’Donnell- PE Teacher


Rounders-8/05/2017

“The year 11 girls played their last ever fixture last night in the shape of a rounders tournament. The atmosphere was great, with a pretty big turn-out. The girls came 3rd in their group, which was really good considering they hadn’t trained much due to other commitments (revision etc). The girls had a few memorable moments including 2 huge shoulder rolls/falls and still going on to score rounders. Another was an epic one handed catch by C Osborne who was fielding deep between 2nd and 3rd post. She even got a cheer from the opposition!

M Capel, A Prothero, E Guy, J Harrison, C Osborne, C Goddard – Player’s best player award!, K Hughes, T Exley

Please acknowledge the girls, especially T Exley who has represented the school in every single year 11 fixture since the very beginning. Think shes going to miss them more than her own year group!”- Miss E O’Donnell- PE Teacher


Rounders- Whitecross - 3/05/2017

“The year 7’s played their first ever rounders match tonight and ended up drawing 10-10 against Whitecross, which was a fantastic effort. The year 10’s unfortunately lost 14 ½ - 5 ½ which reflected just how well drilled Whitecross were.

Big U16 tournament on Monday, so will keep you posted on that one.”- Miss E O’Donnell- PE Teacher