Badminton Results 2015
The U14 Norfolk Schools’ League was played in two boxes and fourteen schools participated. The team won six of the seven matches in their box .
Joanna Crane, Kelsie Eastaugh, Annie Webb, Isobel Wardlow, Lottie Diggins, Gabby Hunt, Ella Frary, Lucy Healy, Ella Amosm, Sophie Cox.
Two boys’ teams played in the Norfolk Schools’ League, the U12 and U14.
The U12 team won three out of four matches to take second place in the League.
The U14 League was played in three boxes of five schools. The U14 team won all four matches in their box to go through to the final on 19 March at Sewell Park where they met and beat Fakenham 8-1 to become league winners.
Fred Withers, Alex Whall, Laurence Read, Daniel Nelson, Dom Snazell, Harvey Evans, George Robinson, Mathes Balsingam, Liam Codling, Declan Hall, Luca Hall.
Callum Cox, George Underwood, Henry Fox, Matty Hyde, Callum Plaistow, Lewis Plaistow, Oliver Housden.
Center Parcs National Schools Key Stage 3 Championships
Two teams reached the Regional finals at Harlow Leisure Zone on Wednesday 18 March, where the top school from Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex competed for a place in the National Championships at Center Parcs, Nottingham in May.
The Key Stage 3 Boys’ Team
The boys’ team made up of Callum Cox, George Underwood, Henry Fox, Matty Hyde and Oliver Housden won all their matches at the Norfolk Partnership Games on Tuesday 3 February at the University of East Anglia to qualify for the regional finals. At Harlow they lost to Bedford Prep School 2-3 and beat Thomas Deacon Academy from Cambridgeshire 5-0. They played for third or fourth place against King Edward VI Grammar School from Essex winning 3-2 to take third place overall.
The Key Stage 3 Girls’ Team
Joanna Crane, Kelsie Eastaugh, Annie Webb, Amy Hayhoe and Izzy Wardlow also won all their matches at the University of East Anglia to qualify for the regional finals. Here they played a round robin format beating East Bergholt High School (Suffolk) and Lea Manor High School (Bedfordshire) 5-0 and losing to Queenswood (Hertfordshire) 2-3 and Chelmsford CHG (Essex) 0-5 to also take third place overall.
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