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Friday, July 10, 2020

Havering finished 13th overall in The London Youth Virtual Games 2020 out of 33 boroughs in total which showcased a number of local talents.

Parents are being offered an online ‘sports day at home’ pack thanks to a leading housebuilder’s partnership with Team GB.

Sport and exercise drink brand Lucozade Sport has launched a ‘Keep Us Moving’ initiative to support the nation’s fitness coaches, instructors and personal trainers by incentivising them to help the nation to stay active during the coronavirus pandemic.

The London Youth Games believes ‘Sport is a right for all’ and are excited to announce the launch of the LYG Virtual Games on Monday.

Rounders England has developed a new family-friendly version of the game that can be played in small groups.

The remainder of the London Youth Games 2020 season has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Research has revealed that, despite the growing profile of women’s sport in recent years, the majority of British schoolgirls wouldn’t consider a career as a professional sportswoman.

Upminster’s Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School booked a place in the last 16 of the ESFA National Cup with victory over Westminster’s Grey Coat Hospital School.

Upminster’s Branfil Primary School proved dominant in football and hockey as they booked their place in the London Youth Games.

Havering Sports Council will hold their AGM at Romford Town Hall on Tuesday (February 25).

Sacred Heart School’s under-12 girls are into the last 32 of the National PlayStation Cup after a big win over Woodbridge High.

Havering Sports Council’s sports award winners for 2019 were revealed at their annual presentation night, sponsored by McDonald’s Restaurants of Romford at Upminster Golf Club on Monday night.

The world’s premier professional skateboarding series, Street League Skateboarding (SLS), returns to the Copper Box Arena later this year.

Emerson Park Academy’s year eights booked a quarter-final place in the National Cup with a 5-4 extra-time win over Fitzwimarc.

Hornchurch Sports Centre will host a free to attend Festival of Sport on Wednesday.

St Martin’s School in Hutton saw their under-13 girls’ cross-country team reach the National finals for the first time this week.

Upminster RFC Under-11s have secured a trip to Twickenham alongside their Gallagher Premiership Rugby heroes thanks to their performance at the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup.

Havering’s under-14 girls claimed bronze in the London Youth Games netball finals at Redbridge at the weekend.

With one in four people in the UK experiencing a mental health problem each year, 1st4sport, Mind, Sport England and UK Coaching have collaborated to create a new online training course to help.

Bower Park Academy’s year seven girls made home advantage count to win the Havering seven-a-side crown.

The London Youth Games have formally announced a new partnership with Nike.

Shenfield High School’s under-14 girls’ football team are looking forward to a National Cup final next month.

The Havering school have achieved success in London and Essex and are now targeting glory on the National front

The latest news from Coopers’ Company & Coborn School

Marshalls Park Academy pupils served up gold and silver medals for Havering at the London Youth Games volleyball competition.

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