It was another very busy week for TES sports teams and again it was a very successful one. This week there were two ISACK galas and the boys and girls volleyball and basketball teams both recorded victories against KES in their second games of the season. In KFSAC the Y5/6 boys finished the football season with a creditable 3rd place finish at the annual one day tournament. Another terrific week for TES. Well done to all of our performers.
U13 Girls Basketball
TES 26 - 4 KES
On Tuesday TES girls U13 basketball team played KES in the second game of the season. The girls started well and lead 6-2 after the first quarter. KES defended well in the second quarter and at half time TES had not been able to extend their lead. However, in the 3rd quarter TES took control and scored lots of baskets to put the game out of the reach of KES. At the end of the 3rd quarter TES led 16-4 and in the 4th quarter TES continued to score at will making the final score 26-4. It was a good win and a solid defensive display from the girls. All of the girls were able to get valuable court time in our second victory of the season. Next week the girls are due to play BSK, however, the game may have to be changed to the final week of term.
U13 Boys Volleyball
TES 2 - 0 KES
The U13 boys volleyball team put in a very good performance against KES this week, winning 2 sets to 0. The first set was a close affair, although TES were always in control. The boys won the set 25-20. In the second set the boys played even better and comfortably won the game 25-14. It was a good all round performance from the boys who are starting to gel well as a team. A friendly third set was played, in which all of the other boys were able to gain some court time and TES also won this set to cap a very good performance overall. Next week the boys play BSK in their third game of the season with two wins under their belts.
ISACK Boys Swimming Gala
Fabulous TES swimmers perform exceptionally well to claim overall U13 Title
On Sunday TES swimmers competed in the second gala of the year. TES took part in all of the age categories. The main focus was in the U13 category and the U15 and Open age categories were used to give other members of tridents good exposure to competition against much older boys. As always, all of the boys competed extremely well. In the Open and U15 category, it was great to see lots of pupils giving their all and performing very well against much older and stronger boys. In the U13 category TES reigned supreme, winning a number of races and the relays to firmly cement their position in 1st place to be crowned U13 champions. *Well done to all of the squad who competed: Max, jack, Omar, Matthew, Manno, Stuart, Sam B, Sam S, Orestis, Owain, Cameron, William, Cassius, Izak and Ben.
ISACK Girls Swimming Gala
On Thursday last week the TES ISACK girls swimming squad took part in the second annual gala. TES entered swimmers into all age categories and produced some super results. The girls competing in the U15 and Open categories performed very well against much older and stronger pupils. In the main category at U13 age the girls swam very well. The results of the competition have not yet been announced but the U13 girls will be very close to winning the competition. *Well done to all of the swimmers involved: Alex, Darcy, Kira, Sydney, Maisy, Alannah, Melanie, Julia, Mia, Yasmine, Sydney, Olivia D, Olivia S, Tiya, Fillipa, Orla and Meraal.
Y5/6 Boys Football One Day Tournament
On Saturday 28th November the TES A football squad travelled to Messilah for the annual one day KFSAC tournament. As holders of the trophy and after winning the Y5/6 league the week before the boys were in confident mood. In the group stages the boys won 3 games and were beaten in one by ATIS. The result against ATIS meant that TES finished in 2nd place in the group but qualified for the semi final. In the semi final the squad took on TEPS who were an excellent side, with one exceptional player. It was not to be for TES and TEPS won the game to reach the final. TES played against KES in the 3rd/4th play off match and beat them 2-1 to claim 3rd place overall. TEPS went on to win the competition with victory over ATIS. It was a good result for the boys and brought an end to a fantastic season, where TES won the league trophy after 6 wins from 6 games. A terrific achievement from the boys who should be extremely proud of their efforts. Well done to all of the squad who participated at one day tournament:
Basil (C), Omar, William, Robbie, Corvin, Benjamin, Lewis, Patrick, David and Maxwell. Sam and Matthew could not make the Saturday tournament but deserve great credit for their excellent efforts during the season.