Sports Weekly Update – May 3rd 2019

Athletics Season Off to a Flying Start


Well done to all the girls who represented the school for the first time in athletics- there were some superb results!

Four year groups from NHEHS took on Godolphin & Latymer, St Benedicts and St Augustine’s in a friendly athletics fixture on May 1st.  NHEHS took the overall win with 590 points ahead of G&L (562) & St Augustine’s (444) (unfortunately St Benedicts had to withdraw).

U15 – Particularly strong performances came from Grace, Eleanor and Mia in the javelin (22.17m, 23.69m and 20.03m respectively), Isobel in the long jump (4.43m), Natasha in the 200m (29.40) and Isobel in the 100m (13.42). Some outstanding results- well done all!

U14 – Well done to Yasmeen in the 100m, Amalie in the High Jump and Keerit in the hurdles.

U13 – Congratulations to Sephera in the high jump, hurdles and 100m, Michelle in the long jump (4.88m) and Eleanor in the Javelin (17.30m) – although a big well done to the whole team on some impressive performances!


NHEHS Tennis v GandL

First up for our tennis teams this season on 30th April was an away trip to Godolphin & Latymer. Our U12 team lost 30-153, our U14 lost 4-12 and U15 lost 6-19, but it was fantastic to see so many girls playing & enjoying their tennis – especially the 24 Year 7 girls representing each school!  

Following up on May 2nd, our U13s and U12s made the short trip to St Benedict’s where they played a triangular against West London Free School and St Benedicts in the Aegon Cup. The team took wins against St Benedicts 10-2 and West London Free School 12-0 – well done to the girls who played. 


NHEHS water polo U13 squadWater Polo

Our U13 Water Polo travelled to for the ESSA Junior Girls Championship Finals at Northampton School for Boys, hosted by Alleyn’s School, on 30th April.

The girls lost their two pool matches, facing Alleyn’s in the 5th/ 6th play-off. It was a hard-fought match, with a draw at full time. It then went to penalties, with NHEHS losing 1-3 to Alleyn’s, taking 6th place overall. Well done to the girls for all the training they put in to play at such a high level.  


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