Horsham District Latest News
Despite the wet weather another super primary schools football tournament ran tonight on the Tanbridge astroturf. This time it was the turn of the year 5/6 girls to take the stage. Not for the first time the A teams from Heron Way and Southwater won through to contest the final and on this occasion it was Heron Way taking the honours courtesy of a late strike two seconds before the final whistle went.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, Women in Sport surveyed 4,000 teenage girls and boys as part of its research work Reframing Sport for Teenage Girls, funded by Sport England.
As part of Sport England’s commitment to support the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the organisation is investing £2m of National Lottery funds to help the 450 School Games Organisers reach 19,000 schools across the country.
Things are getting really exciting in the Horsham Area Primary Schools Netball League Division A. The Leechpool and Nuthurst A teams increased their stock price with a number of victories and when the two of them met they shared four goals equally. However All Saints won both their matches on the night, refuse to be shaken off in their hunt of the leading teams and indeed have games in hand to utilise in pursuit of their ambition.
15 children from Warnham and St Mary’s Pulborough primary schools contested a fabulous badminton competition this afternoon at The Bridge. St Mary’s brought a few less children than originally planned so instead of there being 10 teams of two involved there were five teams of two and another five teams of one – they say no man is an island but for badminton it was made temporarily possible!