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Our Y7 Indoor Athletics team are Bromley Champions beating reigning champions, Harris Beckenham, and tough competition from Newstead Woods. The team will now represent Bromley in the South East London Finals.
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The tournament today was at Charles Darwin, it was a wonderful sunny day, perfect for some intense games of rounders. We began with playing Beaverwood, we did some lovely fielding and encouraged throughout. Our batting was also successful and we won our first game, putting us in high spirits for the next. We then played Ravensbourne, this was another successful game and as a team we were playing well. We then played Colfes, we knew they were a strong team therefore we had to continue playing in the same form as previously, the result was a draw, however we got the whole team out.
Although we then lost two matches against Charles Darwin and Bromley High school, both these teams had nice fielding and batting and we made some small errors unfortunately. I believe, as a team today we played very well and we all enjoyed it thoroughly and lastly we were very encouraging to each member of our team and going forward we can learn from our mistakes.
On Thursday 6th June, the Y7 Rounders team took the school minibus down to Charles Darwin School, Biggin Hill. At around 4 o’clock they marched onto the field with determination in their stide ready to play.
The team captains met and did the toss to decide who batted first. It was decided, Langley would bat first and Charles Darwin would field.
Langley got off to an amazing start scoring 7 rounders in the first innings. Then it was Charles Darwin’s turn to bat but they didn’t quite match Langley’s batting strength only scoring 3 rounders. Langley were too good not letting them score at the 2nd post, refusing to let them score at 4th and fielding the best they could. Round 1 to Langley!
The second innings began and Langley once again batted, using their outstanding strength, speed and agility, to score as many rounders as possible. Langled finished the second innings scoring 14.5 rounders.
Now it was Charles Darwin’s last turn to bat but Langley were too good for them getting them out a 2nd post and not stopping for anything until they came out on top only allowing Charles Darwin to score just 2 rounders in the second innings.
Langley Girls won with a final score of 21.5 rounders to Charles Darwin’s 5.
Well done to the whole team for a fantastic performance and especially to the player of the match, Ella Meechan.
After only a few weeks of practice and only our second game we played well and came out with a great score. We lost the toss and ended up batting first, using our new ‘slice’ technique, we scored 8 ½ rounders and none of our team were stumped or caught out.
Whilst fielding we got half of their team out, but they played a good game and scored 3 ½ rounders.
In our second innings, we managed to bring our total from 8 ½ to 17 ½ rounders, a great result for our second match of the season.
On the last innings we stumped nearly all of their players out, resulting in one player left in to try and win the game for them. Darrick Woods total went to 8 ½ rounders. It was a good, but tough match.