Archive for the: Sports category
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 4th 2019 in Sports
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on January 21st 2019 in Sports
PE Bulletin 18th January 2019
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on October 30th 2018 in Sports
PE Bulletin 19th October 2018
Posted by Sandra Pollard on October 16th 2018 in Sports
Sportsline September 2018
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on October 8th 2018 in Sports
Our bi-monthly PE Bulletin will update you on all the sporting events at CCC!
Week ending 07 Oct 2018
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on January 30th 2018 in Sports, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9
Congratulations to our U13s (a combination of Years 7 and 8) and U15s (all Year 9 so a year younger) girls cricket teams.
Both teams are East Devon Indoor Cricket Champions and now qualify for the Devon Schools Finals in March.
Well done girls!
And - a big Thank You goes to Paul Diamond for giving up so much time to help coach.
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on January 30th 2018 in Sports
Jodie and Gemma Dilks in Year 7 and Olivia Broom and Amy Stewart both in Year 9 are keen swimmers competing very successsfully in the County Swimming Championships.
Gemma and Jodie are medaling in several events and have got to the super finals, which include the best 8 swimmers in the whole competition up to age 16+. Olivia gained a Bronze on Sunday 21st January 2018. The final weekend of Counties is the weekend fo 3rd and 4th of February 2018. We will be cheering the girls on!
Posted by Sandra Pollard on October 17th 2017 in Sports
Sportsline October 2017
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 27th 2017 in Sports
Football and Netball players at Cullompton Community College are celebrating after becoming East Devon champions!
From an article in the local paper
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 22nd 2016 in Sports
The Under 13 boys played really well in the East Devon indoor cricket Tournament held at Exmouth Tennis Centre.
In the pool matches, they initially lost to eventual winners, Kings, but went on to comfortably beat Axe Valley and a 'last man stand' by Ryan Hill saw them defeat Sidmouth on the last ball of the match. In the semi-finals they put up a spirited display but lost to Uffculme.