Sports News - July 2018

House swimming

The swimming season drew to a exciting close with Junior House Swimming. The tropical poolside temperatures didn’t hinder the girls, with an amazing 50 new PB’s and four House Swimming Records broken (with St Helen’s gaining the LC3 Medley relay, and Sidney Lodge claiming the LC3 Free and both Open relays).

Junior House honours went to Sidney Lodge, St Margaret’s claimed the Junior Guild Relay title and Glenlee took the best overall house accolade. The spread of House achievements reflects the talent across the Houses and show just how competitive House Swimming has been this year.

World Cup Rifle 

Poppy continues to strive with excellence on the world stage and recently finished 5th individually for GB in the World Cup Rifle run event. We are extremely proud Poppy and of how balances her work and sporting achievements.

Aquathlon - World Championships 

Congratulations to Miss Kate Nimmo, Assistant Director of Sport - Performance, who competed in the Aquathlon at the World Championships and achieved 2nd in her age group and 2nd non-elite lady overall.

Lower College Celebration of Sport

Lower College Sport finished on a high, with an fun-filled evening dedicated to celebrating the girls' successes this year. The event gives us the opportunity to acknowledge girls who have shown amazing commitment, made significant progress, been excellent ambassadors or achieved an exceptional sporting accolade.

The evening included a range of activities in between the awards and team celebrations, including a ‘Million Pound Drop’ sporting game and a head-to-head football penalty shoot out against Mr Abini, between the year groups, parents and staff, as well as many other highlights.

Rosie Allison, Severn Stars Netball player, was the guest of honour, providing the audience with an inspirational speech and awarding the prizes.

Well done to all the girls and thank you to the parents and guests for supporting Sport and Physical Education in Lower College this year.