Congratulations to the Year 7 + 8 rounders teams who both beat Wellington school to reach the finals of the Trafford Schools’ League.
Year 7 won 22 1/2 – 6
Year 8 won 6-4
The year 9 team are also in the finals which will be played in the week beginning 6th July. Keep an eye on the notice board for further details.
A year 9 and a year 8 team were entered into this tournament. Two couples made up each team and the result was determined by adding the scores of each couple together.
In the first round of matches the year 9 team beat Stockport Grammar School 9-7 : beat Queen’s School, Chester 14-2 and beat Moreton Hall School, from Shropshire 10-5.
The year 8 team beat Ryday School 14-2 : beat king’s School, Chester 11-6 and Moreton Hall School 11-6.
Both teams won their sections and were placed in the final group of 4 teams to play for the trophy.
In the first round of matches the year 9 team beat Stockport Grammar School 10-4 and the year 8 team beat Moreton Hall 11-6.
In the second round of matches the year 9 team lost to Moreton Hall 7-8 and the year 8 team beat Stockport Grammar School 11-6.
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The final round the year 8 team had not lost a match. They now had to play our year 9 team. In the 25 minute match the year 8’s won by 13 games to 7 and so won the trophy.
Well done to everyone for such a great achievement. A particular well done to the year 8’s for beating the year 9’s!!!!!!!!!
Do not forget the inter form competitions that are coming up.
Tuesday 7th July : Sports Day
Wednesday 8th July : Year 10 inter form tennis and rounders : all day
Thursday 9th Jult : Year 9 inter form tennis and rounders : all day
Friday 10th July : Year 8 inter form tennis and rounders
Monday 13th July : Year 7 inter form tennis and rounders
it was the turn of some of the year 7 and 9 players who come to practices and who do not play in Saturday matches to play for school.
The year 9’s played against a strong team and lost 14 games to 23. Nevertheless they played some great tennis.
The year 7’s won 24 games to 8. Well done girls.
Congratulations to Annie Williams, Francesca Brint and Victoria Barlow who has all been selected for the English Schools’ Track and Field Cup in July. We wish them all very good luck.
Girls – don’t forget the final meeting on Thursday 2nd July in the gym at lunchtime. Bring your lunch. It may go on into period 5. We will go though everything you could possible want to know. You will be given 2 booklets : one for you to take with you on the tour and one for your parents. Please bring a pen to write further notes if required. You will also be given your new stick bag and small travel bag. At the moment I do not know if your kit or large bag for all your clothes will be ready by then or not. If it is I will let you know. We may have to meet again.
We had some very good competitive games on Saturday.
U15 team won by 49 games to 22
U14 team won by 52 games to 23
U13 team narrowly lost by 38 games to 43
U12 team won by 50 games to 25
Well done girls. There was some great tennis played
The Junior and Intermediate Athletics teams competed in the North West Regional A Final on Tuesday 16th June. Perfect weather for Athletics at Robin Park, Wigan.
all ready to go
yum – thanks Mrs S.
As it was Emma Simpson’s birthday – her mum very kindly baked us some speciality cakes!!! And they were delicious.
There were some pleasing results all round.
A flying start for Victoria and Assante, put Victoria in 2nd place (13.3s) and a personal best time for Assante (13.4s).
Amy won the Triple Jump (9.94m)
A great achievement for the AGGS athletes to get both teams to the A Final, competing against the best teams from Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cumbria, Merseyside and Cheshire.
The Inters finished 9th overall, but scored more points than in the qualifying County round. The Juniors finished in 6th place.
Well done – a very enjoyable, successful day.
Congratulation to the year 8 teams for their results in this friendly match.
Team 1 won by 38 games to 14
Team 2 won by 36 games to 20
16 girls played in all. Aimee (8-4) was playing in her first tennis match for school and Abasiofon (8-3) was playing in her first ever match for school in any sport. It was great to see son many girls playing some very good tennis.
A reminder that the competition is on Tuesday 16th June at Stretford Grammar School. Leaving school at 3pm, pick up from Stretford approx. 5.45pm. Check rounders noticeboard for details.