Sport and activities have a strong tradition at King's Hawford. Children regularly represent the school in the main sports of rugby, football and cricket for boys, hockey, netball, and rounders for girls. Our teams enjoy considerable success at regional and national levels, and we regularly field B and C teams to ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to play for the school. We also have a healthy offering of cross country events and swimming gala's throughout the year.

We offer Inter House Competitions every term and all pupils represent their House in all of the major sports, as well as Tug of War, Swimming, Cross Country, Dodgeball and Apache Relay.

 

Netball Results 2017

 

Played

Won

Drew

Lost

For

Against

Difference

U11A

8

7

 

1

130

41

89

U11B

8

6

 

2

74

19

55

U10A

10

7

1

2

65

35

30

U10B

7

3

2

2

43

23

20

U9A

6

6

 

 

71

11

60

U9B

4

3

 

1

5

9

+4

U8A

7

6

1

 

29

6

23

U8B

5

3

2

 

14

5

9

Totals:

55

41

6

8

431

149

282

 

 

 

U11 Severnside Tournament Won the group then played The Downs in Semi-final. Won 11-1. Played Cheltenham College in final and drew 6-6.

U9 Hawford Netball final Played Hallfield in the final and won.

U9A RGS tournament Played KSA in the final and won.

House Winners: 1st Kinver, 2nd Bredon, 3rd Clent, 4th Malvern                                                                  

Top Goal Scorers:    Year 6 – Lizzie Poole               90 (with IAPs + 64 = 154)

                                    Year 5 – Jessica Heath            34

                                    Year 4 – Bryony Gillgrass       35

                                    Year 3 – Freya Ready              19

 

Year 6 Player of the Year – Maisie Lyons                  Year 6 Most Improved – Jaime Lewis

Year 5 Player of the Year – Alex Friend                     Year 5 Most Improved – Anabel D’Auncey

Year 4 Player of the Year – Eliza Pritchard                Year 4 Most Improved – Alice Marsh

Year 3 Player of the Year –    Jennifer Kerton           Year 3 Most Improved – Poppy Wrout

 

Football Results 2017

 

Played

Won

Drew

Lost

Goals for

Goals against

U11A

8

6

1

1

31

13

U11B

9

5

1

3

22

11

U11C

8

6

0

2

23

8

U10A

6

4

1

1

17

12

U10B

5

0

0

5

4

15

U9A

6

6

0

0

41

2

U9B

7

6

1

0

50

3

U9C/D

4

4

0

0

23

3

U8A

5

3

0

2

22

11

U8B

4

2

0

2

4

7

U8C

1

1

0

0

7

1

Total

63

43

4

16

244

86

U11 ISFA Football:

Played fantastic football all tournament in some tricky conditions. Made an excellent start by winning our first three group games resulting in us qualifying for the quarter finals. Were drawn to play against the overall winners from last year and were knocked out despite playing really well. 

U11 Winterfold Tournament

Finished 3rd overall out of 11 teams having been beaten 1-0 in the semi final against RGS The Grange.

U11 Hawford Tournament

Won the shield after beating Monmouth on penalties in the final.

U10A RGS The Grange Tournament

Won the tournament after beating RGS The Grange in the final.

U9A RGS The Grange Tournament

Finished runner up after losing the final 1-0 to RGS The Grange (the only goal we conceded all tournament).  

House Winners - 1st Kinver, 2nd Malvern, 3rd Bredon, 4th Clent    

Year 6 Player of the Year – Oliver Tranter                Year 6 Most Improved – Oliver Whiteside

Year 5 Player of the Year – Sonny Brown                 Year 5 Most Improved – Max Crosby

Year 4 Player of the Year – George Kirkham            Year 4 Most Improved – George Tonkinson

Year 3 Player of the Year –    Alex Higgs                   Year 3 Most Improved – Roman Williams