Sports round up – November 201623 November 2016
Penryn College U15’s Netball team beat Millfield.
Penryn College played Millfield School at home on Thursday in the 3rd round of the National Schools Competition. They took a lead of 10 goals in the first quarter, leading 17-7. Millfield worked hard to close the gap in the second half of the game but the Penryn players work rate and shooting stats were fantastic and the final score was Penryn 45 Millfield 39! Penryn will play Pates Grammar School on 5th December at home in the 4th round.
Penryn College play team from Welsh school
Penryn College U12’s Netball team played Cwyn Rhmni School from Wales on Wednesday in the 3rd round of the National Schools Competition. It was a close game but the Penryn girls fantastic team play secured the win 24-20. Penryn will play St Helen and St Katherine from Oxfordshire away in the fourth round.
U16 Team a credit to School
The U16 County Netball Tournament was held at Penryn College on Saturday. The team of Scarlet Clemens, Amy Walker, Izzy Hopkins, Liberty Hartley, Harly Beale, Daisy Ingall, Chelsi Mitchell, Sasha Bailey and Lola Cockwell won all 5 games in their group and went on to win their quarter final against Wadebridge. They just missed out on a place in the Regionals losing to Penair School 6-7 in the last 5 seconds of the game! Thank you girls. You played together in great spirit were a credit representing the School.
Great performance from Penryn College U14s who reached regional Hockey Finals. The team played Truro School in semi final, winning 1 – 0. They finished 2nd in their group, losing only to Truro High School 1- 0 and now have qualified for regionals!
4th November: a really successful week for the teams. Y11s beat H.Davy 4-0 in the County Cup, Y9s beat Launceston 3-0 in Round 3 of the National Cup. Well done to Jonah Bough who score two goals on his debut!
Penryn’s best ever collective set of results in the National Cup finally suffered a hiccup last week (w/b 14 Nov) with both the Y8s and Y10s losing to very good sides from Devonport High School For Boys in Round 4. However, there was better news for the Y9s who beat Plymstock and now face Paignton in Round 5, the last 64 of the competition! Penryn’s goal came from Liam Morris, and an outstanding performance by the defence, and in particular Billy Daly, ensured Plymstock couldn’t peg the goal back.
Teams in Years 7,8,10 all beat Falmouth in fixtures last week (17th November)!
Cornwall Sports Awards November 2016