Queen Anne’s Sports News
Monday 2nd July 2018
A round up of all the latest sports news.
Last week’s tennis matches against Pangbourne and Claire’s Court were challenging, as the conditions were so hot. Well done to the girls for showing such determination in difficult circumstances.
Tennis Vs Pangbourne College
U12A Won 9-0
Player of the match: Emma G
Commended: Olivia P
U13A won 6-3
Player of the match: Niamh G
Commended: Izzy W
Tennis Vs Claire’s Court lost 8-4
Player of the match: Izzy W
Commended: Sofia A-C
Queen Anne’s entered three teams into the Reading Town Championships last Friday and the girls really rose to the occasion despite the heat.
The following girls qualifying for finals, some in several events:
Alice B in 75m sprint and relay
Katie L in 150m sprint and relay
Lara R and Beau B in relay
Izzy I in 100m sprint, Amelia S in 200m sprint and relay
Flo C in relay, Poppy W in relay, Hettie W in relay
Daisy S in 100m and relay, Amber I in 200m and relay
Amelia F in 300m and relay, Joanna A in relay
Medallists at the Reading Town Championship
Beau B (pb) high jump
Katia L (pb) discus
Lara R (pb) javelin
Poppy W (pb) long jump
Hettie W discus
Ella B 1000m
Bex L (pb) shot putt
Anna B long jump
Lauren S shot putt
Alice B 75m
Katie L 150m
Amelia S 200m
Amber I 200m
Zara O who set a new Reading Town record at discus, with a throw of 37m 66cm.
Year 7 team 1st place
Year 8 team 1st place
Year 9/10 team 4th place
Congratulations to all girls that competed, fantastic achievements
Some Queen Anne’s girls have been travelling the globe to compete in their sport. Last week Madeleine P was in Barcelona competing for Team England in the finals of the Dance World Cup. She went through to the finals after performing a Contemporary solo to “Jealous” by Labrinth back in October of last year. The World Cup was streamed live all over the world, Madeleine had a unforgettable experience performing for Team England. The dance department are incredibly proud.
Catrin P travelled to Florida to compete in the finals of the IAIGC (international Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs) world gymnastics championships. She did brilliantly, placing 14th out of 35 competitors.