St Mary’s Primary School (Tetbury) are crowned School Games County High 5 Champions 2014

The Sainsbury's School Games County High 5 Netball Final took place last week (Friday 28th March 2014) at Cheltenham College. Each of the five district winners and runners up came together to compete in the Final.

St Mary’s, representing the Cotswold district, were the winners of their group round so progressed through to the semi finals. There they met Warden Hill Primary School - runners up of the other group round - and won 6 vs. 0, qualifying them for the final against King’s School, Gloucester. St Mary’s beat King’s School 3 vs. 2 in a nail biting final to be crowned the School Games County High 5 Champions 2014.

Cirencester and Old Chelts win at the end of season junior tournaments

Cirencester U12 squad winners of the Under 12 tournament

Cirencester Netball Club's squad beat Hucclecote A in the final of the Under 12 tournament held at Bentham Country Club on Sunday 23rd March.  They won all the games in their section and played an up and coming Challengers squad in the semi-final to reach the final. The other semi-finalists were Old Chelts A who just failed to reach the final, losing 3-4 to the eventual runners-up.

In the Under 14 age group Hucclecote A and Randwick B had already qualified for the regional league and were ineligble to play, thus leaving the way clear for Hucclecote B and Old Chelts B to win their respective sections.  Old Chelts B eventually beat Hucclecote B 11-9 in a closely fought match.

Full results are available to download.

Success for Gloucestershire U14 teams at regionals

A preliminary tournament for the north part of the South West region was held today, Sunday 9th March, in Swindon, with 9 teams competing, including Team Jets from Jersey who finished as winners.

The Under 14 squads from Hucclecote, Old Chelts and Randwick had previously qualified from the Gloucesterhire league for the preliminary regional round.  With the four top teams going through to the regional finals, Hucclecote and Old Chelts secured their places in second and third positions, drawing the game against each other.

Randwick, whose squad were affected by injuries, beat Old Chelts in one of the early games and finished a creditable 8th place. 

The regional finals take place on Sunday 6th April in Plymouth with the top two teams to qualify for the national finals - good luck to Hucclecote and Old Chelts!

Bateman & Per Ardua competition semi-final results

It will be an all-Randwick affair in the Per Ardua final as Randwick Flash and Randwick Sparks won their respective semi-finals and now play each other for the trophy.

The Bateman final will be contested by Challengers Rockets and Hucclecote Hurricanes, who both triumphed in very closely contested semi-final matches.

The results of the semi-finals held on Satuday 8th March at Bentham Country Club were:

(starting handicap in brackets)

Bateman Shield

Challengers Rockets (4) beat Survivors A (14) 49-48
Hucclecote Hurricanes (0) beat Gloucester Ladies A (3) 40-38

Per Ardua

Randwick Flash (19) beat Gloucester Ladies C (26) 56-53
Randwick Sparks (28) beat Tommies Ladies (0) 61-37

The finals will be played on Saturday 5th April at Bentham.

Chosen Hill School Under 15s retain May Dent title

Chosen Hill beat Dean Close 15-3 in the final of the annual tournament held in memory of May Dent, former mayor of Cheltenham and Chair of Gloucestershire Netball. They retained the trophy won 12 months ago, despite losing their first game in the group stage to the other finalists, who also lost one of their early games.

The other group was headed by Cheltenham Ladies College who hosted the event at their Well Place ground, and were unbeaten. The runners-up in this group were Pates who tied with Balcarras on points, but went through on a better goal average.

The semi-final results were:

Chosen Hill 19 - Pates 2
CLC 2 - Dean Close 4

View photos from the day

Follow links for the full results tables for Group A and Group B.

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