Leehurst Swan School


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Sports Round Up wc 28 Jan 2019


U11 Netball - 30 January 2019

  • Result 1: Stroud 0 - 6 Leehurst Swan
  • Result 2:  Rookwood 2 - 2 Leehurst Swan
  • Players of the match:  Emily E and Matilda

They girls played well against both schools and never let their heads go down when they were behind. Sophie scored a sparkling goal from the circle edge which lifted everyone’s spirits! The girls are all timing their moves much better and not dodging too early now.

By Mrs C-C


U10 Netball - 30 January 2019

  • Result 1: Stroud 0 - 2 Leehurst Swan
  • Result 2: Rookwood 4 - 4 Leehurst Swan
  • Player of the match: Lotty

The girls got into their stride by the second match and Laila was looking strong in the circle, although it was Lotty from Year 4 who was awarded player of the match by the opposition. I must make particular mention of Chloe for some awesome intercepting, but all the girls used the space well on the court in these games and have stopped crowding so much.

By Mrs C-C


U13 Rugby - 30 January 2019

  • Result: Leehurst Swan 15 - 25 Moyles Court
  • Player of the match:  Jacob, for excellent organisational skills, attacking play and defencing

On Wednesday afternoon the Under 13’s played Moyles Court at Rugby. Both sides where a little under cooked in terms of experience. Leehurst started well by getting stuck into tackles and gaining ground when in possession of the ball. Leehurst managed to score the first try with some excellent running and dodging skills.

Moyles Court grew into the game and started to play some excellent rugby, scoring three tries very quickly. Leehurst lacked some organisation at times during the match which Moyles Court managed to capitalise on.

In the second half, there were some excellent performances.  We got stuck into some tackles and attacked Moyles Court with good aggression and commitment. Thus, turning the score to four tries to two, and into a close game. Eventually Leehurst ran out of steam and conceded another try, making the overall score five tries to three. A great experience and taste of the standard of rugby that needs to be played to be successful.

A great effort by all involved.

By Mr Dibgy



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