Sporting Round Up
We have had a busy few weeks with sporting events:
Latchmere Girls’ Football Team
On Tuesday 1st November, the Latchmere Girls’ Football Team played in a tournament against five other schools. The girls played exceptionally well, winning four games and losing just one. Joud Al-Azzawi was named as player of the tournament and scored a lot of goals for our school. As a result of this excellent display, the girls qualified for the Kingston Borough Finals on 8th December. The winning school will then go on to represent Kingston at The London Youth Games! Well done, girls!
Kingston Borough Sports Awards
On Monday evening, pupils from last year’s Year 6 Girls’ Football Team went to the Council Chamber at the Guildhall in Kingston to receive a “highly commended” award under the category of Sports Team of the Year. This was following their success at the 2016 London Youth Games. There were eight awards in total and a further award for all London Youth Games Teams so the girls were invited up twice and given medals. Sophie Bray, Rio 2016 Olympic Gold medallist as a member of the women’s hockey team, was present as well as the Mayor, Councillor Geoff Austin.
Indoor Sportshall Athletics
On Wednesday Latchmere took part in the first qualifier of Kingston’s Indoor Sportshall Athletics competition. Congratulations to the following children for winning and going through to the first semi-final in January:- Joud Al-Azzawi, Anna Fibbins ,Isaac Brown, Harry Davidson, Harvey Hutchison, Maya Mistry, Marcus Rodgers, Quynh Trinh, Bea Andrews, Oliver Honeybone, Oscar Luck, Eternal Nemiala, Rose Wiltshire, Thea Cardwell, James Eburne, Lily Hallam, Sam McDermott, Aisling Navin, Arthur Song Dusoir, James Tindal and Harriet Wiltshire.
Kingston Borough Cross Country Competition
Congratulations to the following children for competing in Kingston’s biggest primary sporting event of the year ,with 622 registered to take part. Latchmere was the only school in the borough to get two individual medals with Harriet Wiltshire winning gold and Oscar Luck winning silver. We also gained the most team medals: Year 5 girls – gold, Year 5 boys – bronze, Year 6 girls – silver, Year 6 boys – gold. Marcus Rodgers, Oscar Luck, Sam McDermott, James Eburne, Oscar Horsfall, Connor Barkley Nakajima, Taheem Javaid, Harriet & Rose Wiltshire, Maya Mistry, Chloe Hole, Eloise Pennington, Poppy Dembrey, Izzy Rose Heyes, Amy Phipps, Naomi Cannarsa, Bea Andrews, Aisling Navin, Harvey Hutchison, Arthur Song Dusoir, Oliver Honeybone, Isaac Brown, Daphne Lefevre, Joud Al-Azzawi, Maia Savvari, Shannon and Connor Barkley Nakajima, Belle Navin, Oscar Horsfall, Ollie Spray, Finn O’ Reilly, Jamie Broome, Jack Crane, Jamie Wills and Thea Cardwell.