Youth Sport

Friday, December 29, 2017

Shenfield High School’s under-12 girls won the Mid-Essex five-a-side Championships on home soil before the end of term.

Havering Sports Council have issued a last call for the borough’s annual sports awards nominations to be submitted.

Dina Asher-Smith, Britain’s fastest woman, had a clear message for pupils at Coopers Coborn during their annual sports awards evening.

Ardleigh Green Juniors were the big winners at the Havering Sportshall Athletics event as they won for the sixth year in a row.

Bower Park Academy pupils have put themselves on the sporting map recently.

Marshalls Park Academy played some outstanding football to beat Barking Abbey in the Essex Cup on Friday evening.

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

Coopers Coborn pupils have been celebrating plenty of sporting success since returning from the half-term break.

Pupils at Newtons Primary School had a special treat before breaking up for the summer holidays, thanks to a visit from ex-boxing champion Kevin Mitchell.

St Martin’s School were celebrating representing the East of England in the inaugural under-12s mixed National Schools Basketball Finals.

Havering Primary pupils serve up a treat

Campion claimed a hat-trick of titles at the annual Havering district athletics championships last week.

Havering maintained their fine tradition of badminton success with a hard-fought bronze in this year’s finals at Redbridge Sports Centre.

Brentwood School’s equestrian team are enjoying their best-ever season after a string of very successful outings recently.

Squad impress with four successive wins

Gary Lewis full of praise for boys and parents who made long trip up to Newcastle last month

Upminster School celebrate National Schools’ double

Year seven girls claim gold, boys take silvers

Students shine in cross-country action

Upminster school win borough swimming honours

Romford pupils win Essex finals at Copper Box

Squad keep their nerve to claim spoils for Havering

Volleyball squad impress on first-ever trip to finals

Coopers pupils pick up London Youth Games rewards

Romford pupils beaten by Essex Cup rivals


Window and conservatory specialist Ken Rhodes talks about the possibilities for brightening up your home for the new year, and with their home improvement finance deals it’s possible for everyone to make some changes

Lisa and Jennie are cousins who grew up in the borough. Their grandmother, ‘Nanny Fish’ was a huge part of their lives, and while she had dementia and increasing needs, she really benefited from having care in her nephew’s loving home. This experience was the inspiration for Lisa and Jennie to set-up their own home care service.

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