There was some good results this week for C4…
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Sports President, Chloe Wolloway gave her usual support to all those playing for team Christ Church.
BUCS WEDNESDAY! Good luck to all the teams playing today! Let’s get those W’s! #TeamChristChurch ??????????
— Wills ??????? (@Chloe_Woolying) November 14, 2018
This week, the boys managed to keep their winning streak up to claim five victories out of five.
Captain Harvey Veasy said: “After having last week off, C4 Men’s lacrosse were back in action this Wednesday at the fortress Chaucer.
“The game started strongly for C4 with their attacker Giorgio Michael opening the scoring early, to set C4 on their way. The 1st quarter started to become a physical affair with some big hits coming in from both sides, however, C4 managed to add to their score at regular intervals finishing the 1st quarter 4-0 up.
“The 2nd & 3rd quarters continued to be fought in a physical fashion with clear goal scoring opportunities limited. Some big saves from the UCL keeper kept them within touching distance. The 4th quarter Christ Church cemented their grip on the game, as they finally managed to pull away in the in the final quarter, with some great fast breaks from the face off.
“C4 managed to find the back of the net at regular intervals once again. The final score finished Christ Church 11 UCL 1.
“This now takes them to 5/5 still undefeated and comfortably at the top of the table. Great team performance from everyone involved, now they shift their focus to a big cup next week away at Portsmouth.”
The twos won 75-23! Against Middlesex. Captain Emily Sheehan said: “Captain’s player of the match is Cat Butler who played out of position and stopped them from getting goals!”
The girls beat the enemy from up the hill, UKC, 2-1!
Captain Holly Harrison said: “It was a very hard battle and we had to fight till the very last-minute.”
Player of the match was Stacie Killgallon.
The swim team travelled up to Sheffield to compete at the BUCS championship at the weekend.
Team captain Courtney Adderley said: “The weekend was a great success for all of those who took part. Eight of our sixteen competitors achieved personal bests in the events which they entered.
“Six of our swimmers beat their UKC rival in their comparable event. With 3 months to go until Varsity kicks off the swim team are using this momentum in the pool to push hard and hopefully get the long-awaited win against Kent in the pool when February comes along.”
The girls beat Kent 12-10! Captain Poppy Martinez said her player of the match was Abbie Fisher.
C4 women’s smashed a three set to one win! Captain Lucy Swoop said: “Helena was our girl of the match, keeping spirits high throughout the toughest sets and impressing everyone with her amazing skills.”
Men’s Rugby 3’s
Christ Church won 26-21 over Writtle University college. The man of the match was Dan White.
The second team lost to Street End 1’s by 55 runs. Alex Rydon, 27, and Viggers, 30, both did well with the bat but it wasn’t enough to see the boys home.
Later on in the evening the first team took on Whitstable and won by one wicket. The went to the very end.
Todd Jordan was this weeks player of the week, with a great bowling display and for seeing the first team home for the win.
Next week both teams face off against UKC, get down to the Kent County Ground indoor centre to show your support!
The boys lost 5-0 to Imperial University. The result really does not reflect the game, Christ Church had a lot of the possession but couldn’t put away their chances.
Captain Will Giltrow, who was injured took up the managerial position and said: “Captains player of the match was Ethan West, because of his tremendous work rate from centre back, outstanding picks and general all round gliding over the pitch.”
The girls lost 37-14. Captain Abi Bartlett said: “Captains player of the match is fresher Molly Sanderson. Her first game back for a few weeks after injury.
“She made some fantastic interceptions throughout and put into practice the defending techniques we have been working on at training.”
Unfortunately, the boys lost 21-12 to UKC this week.
Good luck to all teams playing next week.