2014 / 15 Sportshall forms (application form and training forecast)

2 documents from Ewan Simmonds (application form and training forecast):

Sportshall application form

Sportshall Training Forecast


Sportshall athletes needed

Sportshall started on Tuesday 2nd September at Kings School Romsey Road. We still need more athletes in the under 11 boys and girls and under 13 girls and especially under 13 boys. Sportshall encompasses running throwing jumping and agility aspects of athletics and is an excellent opportunity to obtain new skills. We compete in the Hampshire Sportshall league with the chance, if selected to represent Hampshire at regional and possibly national level. If you think you would like to take part at Sportshall please contact myself Steve Torrance Jane Gandee, Pete Spelman or through your coach.  



Sportshall training starts again on 2nd September at Kings School and Winchester needs more young athletes to hopefully take part in this sport which is a great way to improve your athletic abilities in running jumping and throwing. There are league team events for under 11 and under 13 age groups and individual events for under 15 age group. If you would like to take part at Sportshall please contact myself Steve Torrance as Coordinator or Jane Gandee or Pete Spelman.


WADAC athletes in successful Hampshire teams at Sportshall Regional Finals

Updated on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 8:40PM by Registered CommenterLiz Wass

The full report on this event with pictures will appear in the Daily Echo on Tuesday March 4th and in the Hampshire Chronicle on Thursday March 6th.

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Winchester Sportshall athletes compete well

Winchester young athletes travelled to Andover to compete in the second league match of the Hampshire Sportshall league. The under 11 girls team performed magnificently again to finish second in the match against nine other teams. They now lie second overall in the league to Southampton after the first two matches.
Despite having six athletes instead of the eight allowed the under 11 boys team did really well to finish fourth in the match. This keeps the under 11 boys fourth overall in the league.
Just as in the first match the under 13 girls only had four competing. They all competed admirably but understandably finished sixth in the match which leaves them sixth overall.
Hopefully in the next match a fuller team can be produced.
In the under 13 boys event Winchester did well to finish third in the match as they also only had four athletes. The under 13 boys team remains third overall.
The only under 15 athlete competing was Josh Goble. He finished second and won the standing long jump event.
Best Performances.
Under 11 girls; Alison Harnett & Helena Bohnacker-Bruce 1st equal Balance Beam. Sophie Torrance & Fenella Brooking 2nd Histepper. Fenella Brooking & Zina Elsheikh 2nd Triple Jump.
Alison Harnett, Ella Mae Popowicz, Fenella Brooking, Helena Bohnacker-Bruce. 2nd Obstacle Relay. Sophie Torrance & Serena Charles 3rd Vertical Jump. Helena Bohnacker-Bruce & Ella Mae Popowicz 3rd 1 Lap. Alison Harnett & Fenella Brooking 3rd 1+1 Lap B.
Under 11 boys : Adam Burroughs & Jonathan Eadie 1st Histepper. Zachary Sherry & Thomas Gudino 3rd Long Jump. Jacobs Clements & Thomas Gudino 3rd 1+1 Lap B. Adam Burroughs & Jonathan Eadie 3RD 6 Lap Parlauf.
Under 13 girls: Abi Woollett & Frankie Harnett 3rd Triple Jump. Lucy Torrance & Michaela Bettridge 4th Shot. Abi Woollett & Frankie Harnett 4th Speed Bounce. Lucy Torrance & Michaela Bettridge 4TH Long Jump.
Under 13 boys : Sam Gandee -Morgan & Doug Scriminger 1ST 6 Lap Time Trial. Alex Wilson & Sam Gandee –Morgan 1ST 8 Lap Parlauf. Sam Gandee –Morgan & Alex Wilson 2nd Speed Bounce. Doug Scriminger & Louie Howe 3rd 2 Lap.
Under 15 Boys.2nd Josh Goble Long Jump 1st. 2 Lap 2nd.