The start of our summer term saw history being made when our first cricket matches took place against Thomas’s Clapham a week last Saturday. With limited training the girls played very well and we look forward to seeing them progress as the term goes on.
On the same day four rounders’ teams travelled to Woldingham for their first matches of the season, although very rusty, all matches finished with a very close score line. While on Tuesday the U13B team enjoyed a win against The Royal.
Several tennis players have been on court this week. A friendly against Tormead ended up in a very comfortable win and the team comprised of First Former Sophie Qu, Second Formers Romana, Elle W, Kira, and Third Formers Emilia C-B and Eliza. Two teams took part in the Aberdare Cup, one against Christ Hospital and the other against Bedales. Both the A and B teams had very comfortable wins against their opposition (10-2 and 12-0 respectively) and will now play each other in the second round of this competition. Well done to girls mentioned above and Third Former Emma H, Fourth Former Esta and Sixth Former Rebecca H.
On Thursday eight tennis pairs took part in the St George’s College Festival of Tennis. Second Formers Romana and Kira played brilliantly. They were unbeaten all day and were comfortable winners in the U13 Final against last year’s champions Putney High School. First Formers Sophie Qu and Sayuri played some really close matches and did incredibly well to reach the U12 Final, just losing out to Guildford High School. Third Formers Emilia C-B and Emma H and Fourth Formers Esta and Emily W represented PF against some tough competition in the U14 and U15 categories. With some good wins and a few narrow losses Emma and Emilia just missed out on the U14 semi-finals. While Esta and Emily were also unable to get out of their group but finished on a high with a win against Manor House in the U15 group stages.
We also hosted the Surrey Novice Gymnastics competition where 11 schools and 90 children came to show off their skills on the floor and vault. Three of our girls enjoyed podium finishes: Second Former Maddie C came 3rd on the floor, Second Former Ellie P was placed 2nd on the vault and First Former Robyn was 2nd of the floor.
Eight gymnasts traveled to Sutton High yesterday for their Surrey Floor & Vault Competition. It was an extremely high standard throughout the day where our gymnastics scored very well on the floor. Congratulations to the team who earned a very impressive 6th out of 15 schools.
It has been a successful week for the hockey matches that have taken place this week. The 1st XI team played against Charterhouse and finished the match with a comfortable win. The U12 B&C team enjoyed matches against Notre Dame and both came home with a win.
In some very cold and windy conditions, six hockey teams took to the pitch against Tormead over the weekend. Matches were very competitive but we definitely had the edge of the opposition and came away with 4 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss.
The U13 netball team took part in their plate match against New Hall at the beginning of the week. After falling behind in the first quarter, the girls really began to link up and managed to level the score by the end of the second quarter. It remained a highly contested match right until the end although we unfortunately narrowly lost the match.
The U13A hockey team and U12B netball team enjoyed success as they comfortably won their matches against Notre Dame and St Edmunds, respectively.
The U13 gymnasts took part in a competition with St Catherine’s and Manor House. Bravely performing solo routines, the girls really enjoyed the experience which was new to many of them.