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Sports Report: Netball, Football and Swimming

21 April 2014

Our BISS Lions have been busy on the netball court, the football pitch and in the pool. Find out about all their recent competitions below.

Under 15 Netball

The team played three games on the weekend.  It was the first time they had played together as a team and many players were new to the game, however they managed to work together well on the court and produce some great results.  Final results:  Win against Dulwich A, draw against Dulwich B, and a loss to BISS Pudong. 

- Coach Angela Sharrock

Under 13 Netball A and B Team

The U13s had an extremely busy morning on Saturday with 6 games in total. The U13 As started with a spark and played some excellent netball, particularly in their first two games against Dulwich A and BISS Pudong. The final results were a win, draw and a loss. For some of our U13 Bs it was their first ever game of netball. There was a significant increase in their performance as they got to grips with play: “This game is so fast!’ they exclaimed.

- Coach Laura Byfield 

Under 19 Boys’ Football SISAC Tournament

The boys U19 football squad managed to win the final tournament of the season, SISAC, on Saturday: a great culmination to our very strong season.

Although we were not at our attacking best on the day, we demonstrated an excellent temperament and defensive structure to battle through 3 games in one day, beating the German school on penalties in the final! 

Many thanks to the parents and pupils who supported us throughout the season!

Season overview: 9 games, 7 of which we won without conceding any goals and a goal difference of +16. The boys played some wonderfully attractive football all season and they deserved nothing more than winning both competitions that we entered. This is the first time we have achieved this in 5 years.  I am extremely proud of the whole team.  Well done gents!

- Coach Daniel Shrewsbury

Shanghai Swim League East West Competition

Last Saturday 59 BISS Lions swimming team members had an excellent day at the Shanghai Swim league East West competition.  Thanks to all the support from parents and fellow BISS Puxi students throughout the day, it made a huge difference to each individual performance. 

Captain Margot Jacobs swam herself into 3rd place girl overall in her age group, whilst Jason Chang proved too strong for the competition, putting in four outstanding  performances to win his age group overall. 

The 13-14 boys team dominated in the competition placing five boys in the top ten overall and winning the silver in the most competitive race of the day, the 200m freestyle relay.   

Overall, the BISS Lions team placed seventeen swimmers in the top ten of their respective age groups and won the trophy for the second highest team score.

An additional congratulations goes to Jason Chang who now holds the Shanghai Swim League record for the fastest aged 13-14, 100metre back stroke in competition.

For more details on the results please see the downloadable documents below.