Sports Results: Summer Term - Week 5

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Senior School

 

Cricket versus Ipswich Academy (National Cup Round 2)

U15As won by 8 wickets

 

Cricket versus Brighton College

U15A girls lost by 83 runs

U14A boys won by 3 wickets

 

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Football versus Gildredge House

U15A girls won 7-3

 

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Tennis versus Warden Park Academy

U15B boys won 5-1

 

Tennis versus Heathfield Community College

U15B boys lost 5-1

 

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Rounders versus Brighton College

U15As lost 13-11

U14As lost 16-7

 

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Prep School

 

Cricket versus Hailsham Community College (County Cup Round 2)

1sts won by 8 wickets

 

Cricket versus Langley School (National Cup Round 3)

1sts won by 9 wickets

 

Cricket versus St Andrew’s Prep School (County Cup Round 2)

U12s lost by 8 wickets

 

Cricket versus Vinehall School

2nds lost by 28 runs

3rds lost by 7 runs

4ths lost by 2 wickets

U11As won by 8 wickets

U11Bs won by 1 wicket

 

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Swimming versus Roedean School

A rather depleted Bede’s Prep School girls’ swimming team swam against Roedean’s U12 and U13 squads on Monday evening, during which the atmosphere was fantastic.

The of the girls all swam very well, some swimming in events they would not usually participate in and showing that they all have the ability to swim all strokes with good technique and speed.

Maddy Baldwin Charles and Ellie Abel swam exceptionally well, taking 1st and 2nd places in the 50m breaststroke in addition to swimming well in the butterfly and front crawl events.

Amelia Entwisle swam well in the 50m Freestyle and Medley relays and, despite her apprehension for swimming backstroke, took 2nd place in the event.

Alex Hawkins, as captain, led the team well, swimming a number of races using a lovely technique and great speed through the water.

Atlanta Woodhall swam also swam superbly in her front crawl and backstroke events, then stepped out of her comfort zone and swam the 25m Butterfly. Well done Atlanta!

Well done also to Lizzie Morgan, Ayaka Amos and Megan Hadland for swimming in a variety of events and taking each of them out of their usual comfort zones and challenging themselves on greater distances and alternative strokes.

 

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