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Leechpool and Castlewood A will meet in a third meeting showdown to see who comes out on top of the Horsham Primary Schools League Division D. Both won another two matches each in the latest meeting at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre and Leechpool now are in top spot only on points difference.
Southwater 2 won the recent Collyers Netball Competition staged for primary school B teams and run by a student sports leader group. There were 5 teams playing in a group system and all matches were closely contested. Southwater 2 won three of their matches by an odd goal and drew the other against bottom team Holbrook Red 2-2 to accumulate 11 points, two in front of their first team Southwater 1.
During the Spring Term 14 teams from across the Horsham district have taken part in the Horsham District Primary Schools Hockey League on the Astroturf at Tanbridge House School. Two meetings have taken place so far on Friday evenings with the third and final meeting scheduled on Friday 17th April. With the schools placed in two divisions of 7 the standard of hockey played has been extremely competitive nevertheless all the games have been played in a great spirit.
The recent Division C meeting of the Horsham Primary Schools Netball League was an exciting one. Plaistow and Kirdford stay top and unbeaten after narrow, 3-2 victories over Jolesfield and Northolmes. Loxwood were the most improved side following up their previous meeting blank with a big win over St John’s and another good one over Jolesfield. Northolmes hold on to second spot courtesy of an 8-0 victory over Heron Way.
St Peter’s School, Henfield won this year’s primary schools basketball league by the narrow margin of one point over Southwater B. They retain the title they won last year. Southwater B actually beat them on the night and won the evening’s competition but when the results of the three meetings were aggregated they just missed out. Billingshurst came third and were tough opponents for Southwater B to negotiate in their last match, only coming through 12-10
The 2015 Junior Golf Challenge is coming up and this year we have 4 new venues for our young golfers to tackle. The challenge was created to give young golfers the opportunity to showcase their golfing talent in a competitive but fun environment and as we go into our eighth year we have expanded out into Mid Sussex and Crawley.
St Andrew’s School, Nuthurst remain unbeaten after the second meetng of the B Division of the primary schools netball league after big wins over Steyning B and St Peter’s. Steyning A are in hot pursuit after finally getting their Phase 2 campaign underway with two good wins, although Greenway took some budging in a game that finished 4-2. St Peter’s dropped to fourth after double defeat on their second outing of the phase.
An exciting Division A meeting this week saw some excellent matches. Leaders Southwater were pegged back to draws by Holbrook and Shelley, and Holbrook took the opportunity to leap above them by smashing All Saints 13-2.
Billingshurst Primary School won both the A and B events at the Horsham and Billingshurst area swimming gala held at Horsham Pavilions last week. The gala merged two school catchment areas this year for the first time and was also re-formatted to ensure better inclusion of club swimmers and generally this worked well. Collyers students did an excellent results and officiating job whilst Atlantis SC coach Andy Lobley was as enthusiastic as ever conducting the orchestra.
Rob Southwell made their first meeting at the primary schools netball league Division D a good one with two confident victories over Castlewood B and Kingslea. Leechpool and Castlewood A also claimed maximum points on the night but both benefited from walkovers over an All Saints B team that withdrew at late notice. Castlewood B and Kingslea will hope to fare better in the next meeting.