Committee Messages
Convent Association Main Page
Convent School History
Junior School
Memories
Past Pupils Association








GAMES NOTES - 1960

SUMMER TERM

School Rounders Matches

Convent v. Queen Elizabeth Grammar:
1st Team won 13 - 3; 2nd Team won 15 - 0.
Tennis Matches

Convent v. Convent High, Southampton:
1st Team lost; 2nd Team won.
Convent v. Fernhill Manor:
1st Team won; 2nd Team won.
House Matches

Netball Results

(Junior and Senior)
Campions v. Ignatians   5 - 2 & 0 - 201
Stanislausians v. Xaverians    5 - 5 & 11 - 8
Campions v. Xaverians   17 - 3 & 11 - 8
Stanislausians v. Ignatians    2 - 10 & 3 - 8
Campions v. Stanislausians    7 - 11& 8 - 9
Xaverians v. Ignatians   2 - 7 & 2 - 6


Tennis Results

(Junior and Senior)
Campions v. lgnatians    3 - 6 & 7 - 2
Stanislausians v. Xaverians8 - 1 & 8 - 1
Campions v. Xaverians   4 - 5 & 8 - 1
Stanislausians v. Ignatians   6 - 3 & 6 - 3
Campions v. Stanisiausians    1 - 8 & 4 - 5
Xaverians v. Ignatians    3 - 6 & 3 - 6


Games Cup won by the Stanislausians.

Sports Cup won by the Campions.

Results of the Form Matches, 1959 - 60

Form Netball Cup    Form VI
Form Rounders Cup    Form VI
Form Tennis Cup   Form V I


Netball Fixtures, 1960

Easter Term
Convent v. Fernhill Manor:
1st Team won 18 - 4;
2nd Team won 13 - 0.


Convent v. Convent High, Southampton:
1st Team won 22 - 18;
2nd Team drew 10 - 10;
Under 14 Team won 14 - 10.


Convent v. Salisbury Training College:
1st Team won 24 - 2;

Michaelmas Term

Convent v. Salisbury Training College:
1st Team lost 10 - 15.

Convent v. Queen Elizabeth Grammar:
1st Team lost 8 - 13,
2nd Team won;
Under 13 Team won 7 - 4.


Convent v. Queen Elizabeth Grammar:
1st Team won 16 - 9;
Under 13 Team won 7 - 3.


School Netball Teams

Due to bad weather, the majority of the matches arranged for this term have had to be cancelled. In spite of this, the players are enthusiastic and a high standard of netball is maintained. The Under 13 team, and in particular F. Hopkins,A. Jacobs and L. Pyke, deserve a special note.

The latter have improved tremendously and show an enthusiasm that many seniors would do well to copy!

1st TEAM

S.: R. Beveridge
A.: J. Wood
C.A.: J. Leyden
C.: Y. Baugh
C.D.: E. Hooper
D.: J. Simmonds
G. D.: S. Banks

2nd TEAM

S.: S. Harwood
A.: M.O'Callaghan
C.A.: H. Banks
C.: P.O'Callaghan
C. D.: F. Bravery
D.: S. Millett
G. D.: J. Matthews

UNDER 13

S.: M. C. Edlin
A.: L. Pvke
C.A.: A. Elks
C.: P. Barry
C.D.: F. Hopkins
D.: A. Jacobs
G.D.: A. Hutchings

UNDER 14

S.: K. Sharples
A.: P. Murphy
C.A. M. James
C.: M. Andrews
C.D.: J. Wilkinson
D.: H. Kitcher
G. D.: P. McMillan



HOCKEY

I mention the word in hushed tones, in case the weather might hear, for even the most ardent enthusiasts are beginning to lose heart. So far this term we have been unable to visit the hockey pitch because of the bad weather, and our only hockey fixture had to be cancelled, due to the lack of practice.

I sincerely hope that we can rectify matters during the Easter Term, and that hockey sticks may once more be brandished!

R. Beveridge, Form VI.

Go to top of page.                           Return to History Page