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  • College in close contest

    By Kent and Sussex Courier at 08:00 on 13/12/13
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    GYMNASTICS: Pembury-based Kent College's junior and senior school teams competed in The British Schools' South East Regional Gymnastics Championships, at Guildford, on Sunday. Competition was tough and all scores were close. Kent College results: junior regional team, Annabel Lloyd, Eloise Templar-Earl, Kasia Rycroft, Jodie Dane, first place; junior national team, Fleur Jenkins, Natalia Cynk, Harriet Fuller, Isabelle Sheridan, third...
  • Cranbrook go unbeaten

    By Kent and Sussex Courier at 08:00 on 13/12/13
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    BASKETBALL: Cranbrook School's Year 9 and Years 10/11 suffered losses to local rival schools. Judd inflicted Cranes' (Years 10/11) second defeat of their season (46-32) in a well-contested West Kent League match. Judd's height advantage proved too much for the visiting Cranbrook team. Two days later, Tunbridge Wells Boys' Grammar School defeated Cranbrook 42-18 in an enjoyable match that saw Wells use their strengths well to propel...
  • 'Awesome' Hathaway leads from the front

    By Kent and Sussex Courier at 08:00 on 13/12/13
    GOLDEN GIRLS:  Beth Hathaway and Savanna Jemmett
    ROYAL Tunbridge Wells Monson Swimming Club's Beth Hathaway and Savanna Jemmett struck gold at Portsmouth in this year's South East Region Winter Senior and Junior Championships. The club's elite had travelled to the Mountbatten Leisure Centre in search of glory and were not disappointed, having come away with four gold and two bronze medals, plus a county junior record and several near misses. Ladies team captain Beth Hathaway, 17,...
  • Foresters go into semis

    By Kent and Sussex Courier at 08:00 on 13/12/13
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    FOOTBALL: Rusthall Victors were edged out of the quarter-finals of the Crowborough and District League U14 Cup 3-2 by Tunbridge Wells Foresters. Victors got off to a flying start. A long ball into the area from skipper Harry Holford was superbly controlled by Josh Bacon. His pinpoint cross was slickly volleyed past Will Hardwick by Josh Uden to put Victors ahead. Within minutes, James Smith had smashed a curled Lucas Munroe corner...
  • Ridgewaye extend run

    By Kent and Sussex Courier at 08:00 on 13/12/13
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    YOUTH FOOTBALL: Tunbridge Wells Ridgewaye extended their unbeaten run to six games in the Kent Youth League U13 Central by beating AMP Holtwood 3-2. Wells were down after ten minutes when a corner was converted from close range: 1-0. Wells levelled on 25 minutes after a neat passage of play found Philips in space and he lobbed the Holtwood keeper from 20 yards: 1-1. Preston then picked up the ball and drove in a fine cross that the...

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