Week commencing 13 May 2019

News & events

Week commencing 13 May 2019

Boys' Cricket

Saturday 11 May

U14 v Devon Development - won by 65 runs

Exeter 175 for 3 - James Tyler 103 not out

Devon Development - 110 for 9 - Fred Croft 3 for 9, Archie Harvey 2 for 6

U13 v Devon Development - won by 3 wickets

Devon Development - 83 for 5 - Hugo Hepburn 2 for 18

Exeter - 84 for 7

U12 v Devon Development - won by 71 runs

Exeter - 192 for 2 - Nate James 36 retired, Oliver Gribble 32 retired

Devon Development - 121 for 8 - Beau Piggott Gill 2 for 4, Jamie McMurray 2 for 18

Tuesday 14 May
 
County Cup

U12A v West Buckland – won by 4 wickets

West Buckland – 90 all out

Exeter - 92 for 6

Wednesday 15 May
 
1st XI v Exeter College  – won by 19 runs

1st XI – 217 for 5 – James Horler 75 from 77 balls, Jash Patidar 41 from 41 balls, Andrew Donovan 35 from 19 balls

Exeter College – 198 for 7 – Sam Read 3 for 31, Hamish Dow 2 for 27, Sam Corney 2 for 35

 


Girls' Cricket

Saturday 11 May

U15 v Wellington - scores level - won on less wickets lost

Exeter - 119

Wellington - 119

"A brilliant start to the season without first T20 hardball fixture v Wellington," said Miss Lunn.

"All pupils got stuck into bowling and batting with some girls playing their first games of cricket. Highlights include a wicket from Grace Batchelor, two from Izzy Trelawny, Katie Donovan scoring 15 not out, Elusha Gribble 26.

"A rather exciting end to the game with a 119 draw and one ball to come from Katie Donovan, who got a wicket to win us the game. Well done to all involved."

U13 v Wellington - won by 25 runs

Exeter - 122 for 5

Wellington - 97 all out

The U13 girls played their first Saturday cricket match against Wellington at Exeter School, whilst the U15 girls played away at wellington.

"The girls did the school proud, bowling and batting superbly," said Mrs Marsh.

"Both teams won close games, so exciting times ahead for girls' cricket at Exeter School.

"The U13s all bowled and many of team took wickets. The team were Georgia Read, Cate Read, Eliza Heard, Serena Ling, Izzy Mason, Lettie Lovell, Ellie Munro Higgs, Imogen Daldorph, Elle Golsworthy, Darcy Beau Hedden and Phoebe Redfern.


Tuesday 14 May
 

U13/U14 v Queen's College Taunton - drew

Exeter – 113 for 3

Queen's College, Taunton – 113 for 5

"Another brilliant game of cricket for the U13/14 girls and great to see so many keen to get involved and play," said Miss Lunn.

"Some high score batting from Izzy Trelawny and Iona Watson and excellent bowling from Izzy Mason, Rosie Hobbs and Phoebe Jerreat. Well done to all involved."

Thursday 16 May

U15 v Plymouth College - won by 38 runs

Exeter – 345 for 4

Plymouth – 307 for 7

"Great to see so many U15 girls keen to take part in this hard ball cricket fixture," said Miss Lunn.

"We started the games with some excellent fielding and bowling, particularly from Cleo Turley, Lauren Hughes and Devina Gandhi.

"Going into bat we were confident and did not disappoint with outstanding performances from Sam McClintock, Amelia Richards, Harriet Bridgewater and Freya Munson.

"The girls managed themselves well under Emma Corney and Katie Donovan's leadership. Well done to everyone involved."


Rounders

Monday 13 May
 
U13A IX v Maynard - won 21 - 11

U13B IX v Maynard - won 16 - 4 1/2

Wednesday 15 May

U13 v King's Hall, Taunton - won 25 - 17 1/2

U12 v King's Hall, Taunton - won 15 - 7

Swimming

Wednesday 15 May
 
Gala v The Maynard

"The gala against The Maynard was one of the closest this year," said Dr Robb.

"After the age group events were completed Maynard comfortably won the U13 age group while Exeter comfortably won the U15 category and narrowly won the U14 category by 1 point.

"This meant that prior to the final event which was the cannon relay, both teams were in a position to win the entire gala.

"The Exeter swimmers in this final relay, namely Anna Czipri, Lauren Brown, Sara Sari, Letty Lovell, Grace Gillingham and Maybel Gillingham, rose to the occasion and their win meant that the home team claimed the overall victory with 95 points to Exeter and 92 to Maynard."

Boys’ Tennis

Wednesday 15 May

Aegon League

U15 v Trinity - lost 6 - 7

U13 v Trinity - won 12 - 0

Girls’ Tennis
  

Thursday 16 May

Aegon League

U15 v Trinity - lost 0 - 12