Sporting Success

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The term got off to a great start in the fine weather.  Eight out of the nine Tennis teams beat Godolphin with the 4ths, U15B, U14A and U14B not even dropping a set. The U13s enjoyed the closest match of the day, level in sets but unfortunately five games behind on count back.

At Kingswood the U17 and U15 Athletics team faced tough competition with Canford, Sherborne and The Royal High joining the Meet. There were some very fine performances for this stage of the season with notable wins for Eliza in the 300m and Ariana in the 100 and 200m. The U17s came third, ten points behind Kingswood and The Royal High who were level on points while the U15s came second to Canford.

Yesterday St Mary’s hosted our annual Equestrian Show. With over 400 competitors it was a very long and extremely successful day. With the last rider going only just over 12 hours ago. A huge thank you should go to all of you who gave your time so generously to ensure the show ran smoothly. For the final results please click the following link:

Further afield Zoe travelled to Scotland to represent the Senior Welsh B team in the Home Internationals while Yasmin ran in front of the huge crowds through the streets of London, selected to represent the South West in the Youth 5km race which is the prelude to the London Marathon.