Queen Anne’s Sports News

Monday 18th June 2018

A round up of all the latest sports news.

Swimming

We start with some exciting news on the swimming front. Congratulations go to Harriet S who has qualified in the 200m backstroke for the English Nationals taking place in Sheffield on 4th August. This is Swim England’s biggest domestic swimming event of the year, where top ranked club swimmers in each event, based on performances in competition between March and May, are invited to compete.

Cricket

Moving onto cricket news. Those of you who know Romilly Hd in the 6th will be aware that she is a formidable fast bowler.

We took a Year 8 cricket team to play against Cranford House early in the week. This was for many of the girls their first cricket match. Later in the week we took a team composed of year 7s to year 10s. We lost the first match, but got revenge in the second match!

Year 8 Cricket Match v Cranford House

Player of the match as chosen by the opposition:​

Fielder: Claudia M

Batter: Holly W

Year 7-10 Cricket Match v Cranford House

Player of the match as chosen by the opposition:​

Fielder: Lucy B

Batter: Tiggy S

Rowing

This weekend the Reading Amateur Regatta took place. It’s popularity and importance today stem from its date immediately before Henley entries close. This is what the Regatta looked like in its first year in 1842.

The regatta was started three years after Henley in a local fit of “anything-Henley-can-do, Reading-can-do-better”, the same course has been used ever since. Queen Anne’s Boat Club had two boats entered, racing over 1500m in preparation for Women’s Henley next weekend.

Reading Amateur Regatta

Race time – 9.21 am​

Alicia B

Sophie H

Maya McC

Philippa M

Race time – 12.48

Rachel G​

Katie G

Ella H

Charlotte W

Tennis

Saturday was also the Parent and Daughter tennis competition with some incredibly close and well fought matches.

Finalists of the mother daughter competition: Millie B and and her mother, Elena R- C and Mrs Kipling

Finalists of the father daughter competition: Bella B and her father, Amelia F and her father.

Overall winners of the Mother daughter competition: Millie B and her mother.

Overall winners of the father daughter competition: Bella B and her father.

Lacrosse

On Sunday the U12 and U13 lacrosse teams as they travelled to the annual Cobham lacrosse tournament. There was some outstanding lacrosse played from both age groups and we thank all of the spectators for their support, especially the dads who came to support their daughters on father’s day!

 

U12 results

v Cobham won 2-0

v New Stars won 3-1

v Caterham cougars drew 1-1

v Hawksgate won 5-0

 

Final v Caterham Cougars won 2-1

Player of the Tournament: Lara R

Commended: Alice B, Anna B and Sofia A-C

 

U13 results

v Cobham drew 1-1

v New Stars won 4-3

v Timperley won 2-1

 

Semi-final v Central Guilford won 2-1

Final v New Stars won 4-2

Player of the Tournament: Hettie W

Commended: Izzy I, Niamh G and Amelia S

 

Both teams came away as overall winners which is a fantastic achievement. Can U12 player Sofia A-C and U13 player Hettie W please come up to collect the trophy’s.

As well as congratulating all the competitors from this week, we would like to give a special mention to Sofia A-C who played her last lacrosse game with us today. Sofia has been an invaluable member of the Queen Anne’s lacrosse team, having scored many admirable goals and has lifted all of our spirits when the weather has been bad or the score-line has not been in our favour with her famous grin! We will miss Sofia a great deal and wish her all the best back home in Spain.