Success to savour at Bredon Hill Academy - The Evesham Observer

Success to savour at Bredon Hill Academy

Evesham Editorial 18th Jan, 2018 Updated: 18th Jan, 2018   0

BREDON Hill Academy pupils enhanced the school’s burgeoning sporting reputation with impressive table tennis and swimming performances.

Rebecca Arrandale, Sophie Arrandale, Emily Grove and Beth Pye are the U13 Worcestershire county team table tennis champions and the U13 zonal champions of Birmingham, the Black Country, Buckinghamshire, Warwickshire and Gloucestershire.

They won their two group matches 8-0, semi-final 8-0 and final 6-2.

The girls are now into the regional finals on Sunday, February 4 in Bristol. The quartet will also be in the Worcestershire schools individual competition on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Bredon Hill Academy are year seven and eight district swimming champions.

The success was achieved at Evesham Leisure Centre which hosted the annual South Worcestershire School Games swimming gala organised by Blackminster Middle School.

Overall results were as follows: Year six: 1st Holy Redeemer Primary; 2nd Bredon Hill Academy; 3rd St Egwin’s Middle.

Year seven: 1st Bredon Hill Academy; 2nd St Egwin’s; 3rd St Barnabas.

Year eight: 1st Bredon Hill Academy; 2nd Pershore; 3rd St Egwin’s Middle.

The following BHA pupils and teams won their race and are district champions: Year six boys’ front crawl – Barnaby Cooper; year six boys’ relay; year seven girls’ front crawl and butterfly – Martha Cross; year seven boys’ relay; year eight girls’ front crawl – Erin Kemple; year eight girls’ butterfly – Mollie Creswell; year eight girls’ relay; year eight boys’ front crawl – Jaden Matthews; year eight boys’ butterfly – Max Murray.

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