Sports Reports

Sports Reports

Buckinghamshire Schools' Cross Country Championship, Wednesday 3 February

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Gateway fielded two U11 teams in the Buckinghamshire Schools' Cross Country Championships at Hughenden Valley Park. The weather was cold. The children ran a 1.5 mile course taking on a gruelling hill climb at the halfway stage. There were 14 schools in the girls’ race with 110 runners and 12 schools in the boys race with 92 competitors. The team results were calculated by adding the times of the top four runners from each school.

On the whole, most runners were pleased with their performance, although Daisy S picked up a calf strain and did well just to complete the course. Well done to those that competed and we hope this experience helps prepare for the London North finals Tuesday 9 Feb.
U11 Girls

Jessica C 8.06 mins (20th), Georgia M (29th), Eva B (33rd), Jemma T, 45th (Y5)
Other squad runners: Abigail H Y5, Lucy A Y5, Iona R

Team position 7th

U11 Boys

Cormac N 7.00 mins (3rd / Bronze), Oakley D (9th), Alex P (18th), Brandon N-T 36
Other squad runners: Oliver L, Thomas T and Joss K all Y5

Team 2nd /Silver

Gateway vs Great Missenden C of E School - Wednesday 3 February

Gateway School hosted a Netball Fixture against Great Missenden School on Wednesday. Year 6 A team played their A team and the final score was 8-0 to Gateway. It was a High Fives match so 6 girls in the squad had an opportunity to shoot. Roisin scored 3 goals, Eva scored 1 goal, Emily 1, Iona 1, Hannah W 1 and Kimberley 1. They were supported by Angharad and Jessica C.

Both the Year 5 A and B teams played in the Year 5 match. The A team played for 2 quarters and the score was 2-1 to Gateway. Harriet and Lily scored the goals and they were supported by Stephanie, Amelia, Zahraa, Josie, Matilda and Shreeya.

The B team played in the 3rd and 4th quarter and the final score was 4-2 to Great Missenden. Maria, Emily, Francesca, Amber, Caitlin, Isabel, Eleanor and Robyn were in the squad.

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