Athletics County League
Well done to our athletes who took part in our 4th county league athletics competition on 25th May. Our U14 and U16 teams both came 2nd!
Special mention has to go to Ellie Bostock who broke the U16 Girls SHOT PUT COUNTY RECORD from 2017 with a huge throw of 13.99m!! We are so proud of you Ellie, well done!!
Well done also to the following girls who won their individual events:
Imogen Bundy – 200m
Rachel Reid – Hurdles and high jump
U14 Relay Team
Chloe Simpson – 300m
Millie Buckley – 1500m
Ellie Bostock – Shot
Well done to all of our athletes who competed in the county league athletics competition on 8th June, there were some very impressive performances in some not so impressive weather!
The U14 came 2nd with 50 points and the U16 came 1st with 55 points!
Both the U14 and U16 teams are currently sat in 6th position out of 24 schools in our league with one competition to go. Fingers crossed we can maintain or improve this to get through to the finals in the top 8!
Special mention to the following people who came 1st in their events:
Imogen Bundy- 200m
Lois Quinn- 800m
Rachel Reid- Hurdles
Tonye Ikeyina – 100m
Alice Lynn – 200m
Beth Botheras – 300m
Martha Ker – 800m
Georgiana Fowler – Hurdles
Ellie Bostock – Shot
U16 Relay team
County Schools Championships
Congratulations to the athletes that competed at the County Schools Championships last weekend!
Jess Downing in Year 11 came 1st in 300m hurdles and 2nd in the 80m hurdles
Ellie Bostock in Year 10 came 1st in Shot with a new outdoor pb of 13.75m
Poppy Ward in Year 7 came 2nd in 200m and Imogen Bundy in Year 7 came 4th in 200m
Beth Botheras in Year 9 came 3rd in 300m
Martha Ker in Year 9 came 3rd in 800m with a new pb of 2.29m
Alice Lynn in Year 9 came 3rd in the 200m
Well done to you all, amazing achievements for a County competition!
Combined Event Pentathlon Championships
A massive congratulations to the 8 athletes who competed in the 2022 Combined Event Pentathlon Championships yesterday in the very hot weather! The girls were all amazing and we are super proud of their achievements and impressive medal/trophy haul…
The Year 7 team came 1st overall with Poppy Ward also winning the individual competition!
The Year 8/9 team also came 1st overall with Bethany Botheras coming 2nd in the individual competition and Alice Lynn winning the individual competition.
A big thank you also to the 8 leaders who helped officiate the events all day!
Well done to the two Year 7 rounders teams who played against Simon Balle this week. Team 1 won 15 & 1/2 – 9 rounders – Star Player was Ruby Millburn and Team 2 won 10 – 8 rounders – Star Player was Alice Redhead.
Well done to the Year 8 A and B rounders teams who played Simon Balle last week. A really close 1st innings with some great batting and fielding but unfortunately ended up losing 8 1/2 to 14 1/2. Star player was Eliza Mann. The 2nd innings were really close too with some great batting and fielding but also unfortunately ended up losing 11 rounders to 9. Star player was Honey Hudson.
Massive well done to the Year 9 rounders team who smashed it last week at the Year 9 Rounders tournament! We played Broxbourne, Chauncy, Goffs, Robert Barcley, Simon Balle and John Warner and won EVERY match!! Well done girls! Star player, for her amazing batting, was Ana!
NSEA Presdales Equestrian team – Hickstead May 2022
Freya Naylor Stewart in Year 11 went to Hickstead in Sussex with her horse, Bailey, to represent Presdales and the county of Hertfordshire in the National Schools Championships at Hickstead on 30th May. They had qualified for the 90/95 cm County show jumping class at Bury Farm, Leighton Buzzard back in January. There were schools as far away as Cumbria and Cornwall and with 95 competitors in the class it was a very strong one to beat. In the end they came a very credible 9th, just missing out on the prizes. They thoroughly enjoyed the event!
Well done Freya, such a brilliant achievement with so many competitors!!
Well done to both our Year 7 & 8 and Year 9 & 10 Cricket teams who did amazingly well to get to the Cup final on Tuesday. After a massive team effort we came 2nd out of 10 schools in both year groups. Well done girls!
Star Players were Olivia Holme & Lois Quinn. And Emily Reason & Amelie Bleriot!