26 Oct 2018

Sports Bulletin – 26 October 2018

Sports results this week…..

It’s been a very busy week for different sports this week.

On Monday and Tuesday we had A Grade Boys, A Grade Girls and B Grade Girls Badminton, but unfortunately three teams lost to very strong local school competitors. Junior girls had a game on Tuesday against AISHK and they lost 1-5. Woman of the match: Maya Meekcoms as she was very determined whilst defending against a strong attacking team. On the same day, we also had the Girls Hockey who drew 1-1 against GHS.  The U14 boys football team lost to West Island 6-5!  After being 3-0 down after 5 minutes, the boys got back to 4-3 down at half time. We then missed a penalty to lead 5-4 after equalising, and then Leo scored his 5th goal to lead 5-4 then 2 late goals from West Island meant we lost 6-5! Man Of Match: Leo Doyle with 5 goals.  Meanwhile, boys volleyball lost to AISHK 21-25/22-25. A close match but we just couldn’t cross the line. C Grade Boys rugby also conceded a big win 72-5 against Island School!

On Wednesday we had Netball girls and unfortunately Netball B1s lost to a strong WIS team 27-5. Women of the match: Samantha Cho. On the other side, Netball B2s won 10-2 against Island School. Woman of the match: Lizzie Hendricksen. Badminton A Grade Girls lost to SSCS but our B Grade Boys won v HW 2:3. The A Grade Boys Football drew 1-1 with St. Joseph’s.  After being 1-0 down at the break, the team showed great character to come back. Goal scored by Jake Chow, Man of the Match: Gwion Sexton.

On Thursday we had the A Grade Boys rugby against WIS, with SIS 14:0 up at half time and winning full time 48:10. The Junior Girls Football won 1-0 against NAIS, scoring the winner with 5 minutes to go. Woman of the match: Yasmine Pitt. Great captain and scorer of the goal. Both our A Grade and B Grade boys won their basketball game against Island School B grade by 19-18!

Well done for the great effort shown by all our teams this week!

Other sports news 

Our sports matches continue next week with even more HKSSF matches in basketball, football, badminton & tennis. The  ESF basketball, rugby, hockey and netball competitions continue for another few weeks and the ISSFHK matches in football are coming to a conclusion with semi-finals and finals to be played soon.  The schedule of all matches can be found on the school calendar or by following this link https://www.sis.edu.hk/calendar/

Interhouse activities

Interhouse sport continues today with an indoor rowing competition, with students from all year groups representing their houses in some distance rowing events on the Concept 3 rowing machines. This promises to be good fun with a lot of exhaustion at the end!!! Good luck to all participants.

Possible MTR disruption on Monday 19 August. Check mtr.com.hk for the latest MTR travel information on the day.Press here for further information.