Sport in our Schools
Sport in our Schools
SCOTLAND Sevens head coach Graham Shiel yesterday presented Royal High School with the series trophy for the Edinburgh State School Sevens.
CRICKET: THE Loretto under-13 cricket team are celebrating winning their own championship.
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HOCKEY: Scotland's under-18 girls head to the EuroHockey Championship I in Utrecht, the Netherlands, early in July.
FENCING: Cameron Davidson and Andy Dunton won the senior foil and sabre championships respectively at George Heriot's.
FOOTBALL: A group of 28-pupils from Meldrum Academy recently returned from a once-in-a-lifetime five-day football development tour to the Spanish football association in Madrid.
TRIATHLON: Over 200 of Scotland's brightest school triathlon talent took part in the national championships in Stirling.
FOOTBALL: Erskine Stewart's Melville's young footballers have won the Edinburgh Summer Girls Cup.
HOCKEY: Strathallan School's hockey players were the winners of the Under-16 boys Scottish Cup at Countesswells, Aberdeen, with a 100 per cent record of four wins from four matches.
TENNIS: The Royal High School recorded a historic double at the Scottish Schools Tennis Team Championship Finals held at St George's School, winning both the boys and girls titles.
CRICKET: The winners of all three national schools' cup cricket competitions were decided over a great three days of action last week at Doo'cot Park in Perth.
RUGBY UNION: An up-and-coming sporting talent has been awarded a rugby sevens scholarship at Lathallan School.
CRICKET: Stewart's Melville College were the recent winners of the Glasgow Accies cricket tournament.
TEACHERS and active schools co-ordinators up and down the country believe they will feel the benefits of last week's Bank of Scotland National School Sport Week when the 2011/12 school year begins.
CRICKET: Imran Ameen was the star as Belmont House School from Newton Mearns ran out winners on finals evening of the Cricket Scotland West Schools Indoor 6s held at Parklands Country Club.
Teams from two Scottish schools are working hard on their golf games ahead of the prestigious Independent Schools' Golf Association (ISGA) Matchplay Championship.
Glenalmond College emerged as the winners of the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools Under-18 Plate after defeating Glasgow High School 26-6 in the final at Murrayfield last night.
Lauren Gilmour, from Stromness Academy in Orkney, was awarded the players' player of the tournament at the recent Netball Europe Championships in Dublin. Scotland under-17 won one and lost two at the event, improving on last year, and Gilmour was the star player.
The Scottish Schoolboys beat Wales 2-0 in their Centenary Shield clash in Newport last Friday.
Stonelaw High School's Jack Hamilton claimed the SSAA Secondary Schools' cross country championship for over-17s with a superb run at Beach Park, Irvine. Hamilton finished in 21:09 to beat Luke Traynor of Mearns Castle. Mearns Castle finished top school, however.
George Watson's College achieved a notable rugby double at the Goldenacre Sevens on Saturday ahead of their own tournament at Myreside today, after winning the under-18 and under-16 competitions with victories over the hosts, George Heriot's School, in both finals.