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Netball News

Posted: 19 October 2015

On Thursday 15th Launceston came to Tavistock to play the year 9 and 10 team for their second game of the session. After a disappointing start to the session the year 9 Tavistock team came on court determined to win and this continued throughout the 50 minute game, the girls managed to keep their lead throughout the game winning 13 – 11.

Herminone Shaw received player of the match.

The year 10 team were not so successful with a final score of 31 -11, this was mainly down to the exceptional shooters that Launceston produced and the Tavistock team not really playing cohesively until the second half when they scored most of their goals. Regardless of the score the girls learnt a lot from the game and still enjoyed it.

Jade Coupland received player of the match.

Under 13’s Girls Football

Posted: 13 October 2015

The year 7 girls played in their first football fixture on Monday 12th October against an experienced Plymstock School side. The girls had not played together as a team before but came into the match with an enthusiastic approach.

Plymstock made a strong start, dominating the game with their county striker scoring a number of times with Tavistock responding by tightening up their defensive play. Changes in positions were made at half time; the score standing at 9-nil to Plymstock. With 3 alterations in the Tavistock team, the girls kept their resolve and put the Plymstock team under a great amount of pressure, getting 2 goals back. The final score was Plymstock School 16-2 Tavistock College.

Well done to all of the girls who took part.

Netball and Football News

Posted: 2 October 2015

On Tuesday 29th September Tavistock College took a netball team and a five aside football team to Asbury Golf Hotel Okehampton for a Cooperative Schools event. The pupils were extremely lucky to get the opportunity to perform on brand new astro and indoor netball courts.

The girls had 11 teams to contend with and after a slow start they started to grow in confidence and secured a win and a draw placing them 3rd in their pool. The boys won three games, drew one and lost a game they played with great determination and a positive sporting attitude.

All the pupils were a credit to the College and a pleasure to spend the
day with.

The girls players of the match was Tabitha Myler and Mrs Doyles star
player was Tabitha Myler

Captain was Emilia Barrett.

Mrs Doyle