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On Saturday 25th January, the South West Regional Schools tournament took place at Sir David English Sports Centre in Bournemouth with competitions taking place for the U14, U16 & 19’s.
A fantastic day was had all and you all even managed to ensure that it was dry and not too cold for everyone!
WINNERS = Taunton School
RUNNERS UP = Talbot Heath
3RD = Redmaids HS
4th = Newton Abbot College
|5TH =||Dean Close School||Kings College Taunton|
|7TH =||South Wilts GS||Cheltenham LC|
|9TH =||Maynard School||Kingswood|
|11TH =||St Edwards||Dauntsey’s|
|13TH =||Truro High||Truro School|
WINNERS = Millfield School
RUNNERS UP = Canford
3RD = Penryn College
4th = Marlborough College
|5TH =||King Edward’s Bath||St Peter’s|
|7TH =||Parkstone GS||Redmaids HS|
|9TH =||Pate’s GS||Bradon Forest|
|11TH =||Torquay Girls GS||Denmark Road HS|
|13TH =||Richard Lander||Taunton School|
WINNERS = Hartpury College
RUNNERS UP = Canford
3RD = Taunton School
4th = Truro College
|5TH =||Marlborough College||Exeter College|
|7TH =||Exeter School||Royal HS Bath|
|9TH =||KES Bath||Bournemouth SG|
|11TH =||Richard Huish College||Wycliffe College|
|13TH =||Penwith College||Dauntsey’s|
Taunton School (Somerset), Talbot Heath (Dorset), Millfield School (Somerset), Canford (Dorset) & Hartpury College (Gloucestershire) will represent the South West at the National Schools finals at Stanborough School, Welwyn Garden City, on Saturday 14 March. Well done to all teams, it was a great showcase of school netball.
At the end of the presentations, umpire award were given to the most promising umpire & Umpire of the tournament. The recipient of the most promising umpire was Ella Waterhouse, a C award (Just into her 16th year). Umpire of the tournament was awarded Ruth Benny, a C award (Working towards B). Both of these are part of SW Talent ID. Well done both.
A huge ‘Thank You’ to all umpires, volunteers, players, coaches and the CEWG team for all the hard work that everyone put in to make the Regional Schools event such a great success. The amount of planning that went into the tournament was clear to everyone through the smooth way that it ran from start to finish and is a great opportunity for netball.
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