School Sport: Redden Court pupils earn rewards

PUBLISHED: 15:00 09 November 2017

Redden Court's year eight basketball squad (pic RCS Sport)

Redden Court's year eight basketball squad (pic RCS Sport)


Redden Court pupils have enjoyed plenty of sporting success since their return from the half-term break.

Redden Court's under-16 girls face the camera (pic RCS Sport) Redden Court's under-16 girls face the camera (pic RCS Sport)

The year eight boys’ basketball squad got their season off to a stunning start with a 75-10 win over Sanders, while the under-16 girls’ football team beat Sacred Heart in the Havering Cup.

Redden Court's year seven netball squads (pic RCS Sport) Redden Court's year seven netball squads (pic RCS Sport)

The year eight girls netball teams won their matches, while the year eight and nine boys got the better of Sanders on the basketball court.

Redden Court's year seven basketball squad (pic RCS Sport) Redden Court's year seven basketball squad (pic RCS Sport)

The year seven girls’ football teams showed great teamwork in cold conditions at the Bower Park tournament, led by Molly Smith and Jamie Hartwell, before the year eight boys ran out 59-21 winners over Bower Park in another basketball fixture.

The year seven netball squads took on Frances Bardsley, meanwhile, as the year seven basketball boys recorded an emphatic 38-2 win over Hall Mead.

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