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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.
Greenway are the new year 5 and 6 sports hall athletics team champions. In a field of seven schools they came out on top with a total of 374 points. Leechpool were the nearest challengers on 324.
After half term Northolmes and Plaistow/Kirdford were quick out of the blocks to make good starts with their Phase 2 netball campaigns in Division C. They both won their two matches although Northolmes go top courtesy on goal difference.
INDOOR BOWLS is a sport that can be played by people of all ages and genders. Its juniors start at 8 years of age and it has members still playing in their 80’s. It can be played at all levels from a purely social game up to really competitive inter club, county and international level. Being an indoor club the club plays ALL YEAR ROUND and play is not affected by weather conditions. It offers FREE COACHING by qualified coaches for beginners so you can ‘try before you buy’.
St Andrew’s School, Nuthurst got off to a flyer in the first second phase meeting of Division B of the Horsham District Primary Schools Netball League last week. They smashed Billingshurst, relegated from Division 1 at the end of the first phase, 9-0. In the other match played as part of a reduced programme due to the absence of two Steyning teams was between St Peter’s, Henfield and Greenway, the former running out 4-1 victors.