Sporting results 2016/2017
Netball – Monday 20th March
On Monday 20th March we had a great afternoon a Princethorpe college. We won our first match 6-3, well done to Jacob and Lucia for scoring. Ettington did amazingy in the second match winning 9-0, well done to Jacob, Oscar, Lucia, Delphie and Olivia for scoring. Another great match in our third winning 8-0, well done Lucia, Jacob, Oscar, Delphie and Scarlett for scoring. An amazing final that we won 5-0, well done to Lucia and Oscar for scoring. A big well done to everybody who took part and a special mention to Sammi who did some incredible defending during the tournament. Thank you Delphie, Jacob, Lucia, Olivia, Oscar, Sammi and Scarlett for all taking part to represent Ettington. Thank you all for playing. By Jacob & Lucia.
Cross Country – Saturday 12 November
Well done to all those that took part in the South Warwickshire Primary Schools Cross Country. Please see below for the results:
Tessa won the Year 3 girls race out of 60 runners. Lauren S won the Year 4 girls race out of 41 runners and Leah Bowen won the Year 6 girls race out of 45 runners . Well done girls.
Rest of the runners and their results as follows:
Year 4 Girls: Hannah (17) and Hollie (33) – 41 runners.
Year 4 Boys: Thomas (5), Ned (6), Joe (11) and Freddie (22) – 42 runners.
Year 5 Girls: Scarlett (22) – 42 runners
Year 5 Boys: Jacob (7) and Daniel (24) – 47 runners.
Year 6 Girls: Georgia (19) – 45 runners.
Brilliant results and well done for representing Ettington.
South Warwickshire Cross Country – Saturday 15 October
On Saturday 15th October, 4 children from Ettington Primary School, joined hundreds of other children to run a cross-country race at Charlecote Park. It was a bright, sunny day, and we were all excited to run our 1 mile race. The organisers shouted for all year 5 boys to line up, so myself and Jacob got ready to run. Jacob came 12th and I came 43rd. Then it was Year 6 girls with Leah and Georgia. And it was a triumph for Leah who came 1st out of many runners, and Georgia wasn’t far behind in 18th place.
Reported by Tom Whiteley, Year 5/6.