Sports Weekly Update – June 7th 2019

A Brilliant Middlesex Schools Athletics Championships for NHEHS! NHEHS athletes

On Saturday June 8th,  seven NHEHS athletes travelled to Allianz Park to take part in the Middlesex Schools Athletics Championships.

Jasmine Palmer led the way with a fantastic first place in the U15 1500m with a super time of 4 minutes 42 seconds, proving that hard work pays off! Congratulations!

You can watch Jasmine’s final winning lap here.

Isobel placed 6th overall with 4.50m in the U15  long jump and Ellie was 4th overall in the javelin with 23.68m in the U15 javelin.

Izzie ran 13.20 seconds for the U15 100m against a strong headwind to come 9th overall.

Keerit took 9th place out of 24 in the U14 hurdles, just missing out on the final by 0.1 of a second.

Sephera (high jump) and Michelle (long jump) took 7th and 6th places out of 16 respectively in their U14 events – both a year young for the U15 age group!

Great results – well done to everyone!

All girls finishing in the top 9 in the county!

Rounders

Last week was a strong one for the NHEHS rounders teams, although sadly the cricket festival for the U13s and U12s was called off owing to heavy rain on Tuesday.

Our rounders teams put on good performances, winning 3 out of 5 home fixtures.

Our U14As led the way with a 17.5 – 15 victory over West London Free School on the 6th June.

Then we had 40 girls out playing rounders in the home fixture in glorious sunshine vs Godolphin & Latymer School on the same evening.

Despite the U12A team losing narrowly 11.5 – 13.5, the U12Bs won 9.5 – 8.5 (pictured), the U12Cs drew a high scoring game 11.5 each and the U12Ds took the win 17 – 7. POM for the C team was Ishika and Aria for the Bs. Well done everyone!

In tennis, our U13 team narrowly lost to Godolphin & Latymer at home 15-18. Our U14C team took on West London Free School’s A team but lost 29-37.

 

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