Sports ReportMon 09 Oct 2017
In Rugby, The First XV beat King Edward VI, Camp Hill School for Boys at home in the First round of the Schools Cup, Plate competition. A good attacking display culminated in five Wrekin tries.
The Under 15 team had a humdinger of a game against Abraham Darby School in which the lead changed 4 times but we eventually came out winners 25-24.
The Under 14 team secured a hard fought 19-5 win against Abraham Darby School despite trailing at half-time.
In Hockey we had several matches against Wolverhampton Grammar School this week. The Under 13s had a good win on Tuesday. Unfortunately the Under 12s lost. The Second XI played out a good draw on Wednesday but on Thursday, the Under 14s lost.
On Saturday against Denstone College the Firsts had a good 3-1 win and the Seconds drew. The Under 14s had to face the Staffordshire County Champions and despite a spirited performance, they lost out.
The highlight of the hockey week was the Fist XI securing a place in the Midland Zone Finals in November, including a good win over Moreton Hall School in the County Tournament.
In Netball, the Under 16s took part in the county tournament last Monday and despite wins over Thomas Telford School and Newport Girls School, and a creditable draw with Shrewsbury High School, we finished Fifth place overall.
In Cross-Country, In the Third Round of the Telford Schools League, Henry Williams and Reuben Crombie both won their respective races. Nathan Cox was Third and Luca Justice, Fourth. The best girls’ performance was Sophia Malpass who came Fifth in her race.
The badminton team faced a very competitive team from Shrewsbury School. They played very well, but lost 10-4
In Football, on Saturday, the First XI lost 1-0 in a close match to Tettenhall College. Our keeper Elliot Evelyn-Bufton’s agile performance kept the boys in the game.
The Lancaster A’s team had two good wins. 4-3 v Shrewsbury High School Prep on Wednesday, with a hat-trick from Joe Brookes. Followed by a 2-1 win v Tettenhall College on Saturday. To maintain their 100% win record this term.
The Lancaster Bs Football Team are also having a good season as they had a dominant 6-0 win against Shrewsbury High School Prep.