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Friday, December 6, 2013
Basketball squads claim borough titles
Redden Court pupils celebrated a basketball double against their Havering rivals last week.
The year nine boys beat a strong St Edwards team, 32-20, in their final at Abbs Cross after a morale-boosting win over Sweyne Park the night before.
They will now represent the borough in the London Youth Games, while also chasing Haverring and Essex Cup titles.
Redden Court entered three squads in the under-14 girls tournament and the A team won all five of their matches - Emily Roofe scoring just before the buzzer in their final match – to be crowned borough champions.
The B team beat Hall Mead and drew with Marshalls Park and Sacred Heart, as Grace Pickford impressed through.
And the C team also managed a win and two draws, with Callie Ince scoring well and Niamh Duffy fractured her wrist.
Boys: Stephen Banham-Scott, Jack Duggins, Alan Goddard, Tom Sandon, Dan Parker, Connor Hartwell, Charlie Haddon, Jed Roofe, Enock Sagonile, Dan Ogoro, Dan Francis.
Girls A: Emily Roofe, Emily Diwell, Grace Deavin, Josie East, Scarlett Jacks, Louise Banham-Scott, Lucy Eost, Bethany Johnson, Amy Pinkney.
Girls B: Grace Pickford, Kim Dimaculangan, Sophie Sands, Ridima Thapa, Holly Stubbs, Dorothy Sadiua, Jess Ayling.
Girls C: Tayler Martin, Holly Nash, Charlee Harrop, Katie Cremer, Amy King, Callie Ince, Tia King, Niamh Duffy.
Redden Court’s year nine girls continued their fine form on the netball court with a double over Frances Bardsley.
The A team maintained their unbeaten record with an emphatic 25-1 win, while the B team celebrated a 13-4 victory.
Squads, A: Scarlett Jacks, Emily Roofe, Holly Nash, Tayler Martin, Lucy Eost, Amy Pinkney, Katrina Brown.
B: Hannah Wood, Robyn Smith, Bethany Johnson, Daisy Dickeson, Katie Cremer, Emilia Kendrick, Grace Pickford.
Redden Court fielded two teams in a seven-a-side girls football tournament organised by Bower Park.
The first team were below their best, drawing one game and losing twice.
But the second team fared better, drawing twice and losing twice.
Katie Hawkes led by example in their midfield, making crucial tackles and netting a hat-trick in a 3-3 draw.
Squad one: Freya Duffy, Kristy Robinson, Amy Nash, Alice Dickson, Amber Dowling-Doyle, Grace Roberts, Demi Jobson.
Squad two: Katie Hawkes, Yasmine Beser, Sian Holliwell, Georgie Thompson, Charlotte Forte, Rosie Rummell, Katrina Gilding.