LBH Sports development

Abbigail Cleary – London Youth Games- We recently got a bronze in netball and are 3rd place at present. Came 7th last year. LYG is now sponsored by Nike and there are free T Shirts and coaching from professional athletes available. 2K funding has been received for LYG indoor rowing and girls’ table tennis.

5K received towards summer programme – USA Football, Parkour and others TBC.

Funding from Mayor of London Young Londoners Fund.

Adult dance programme starts in September. The new Hornchurch Sports Complex is going well and on track for opening in September 2020.

SYM Sailing Club

3 members recently completed RYA Level 1 and 2. Up to 12 Scouts expected to visit on 30th June to do their Scout Stage 2 sailing badge. A dozen members are going to camp at Stone Yacht Club and sail on the River Blackwater on the 5th to 7th July.

Havering Sailing Club

We sail on Saturday afternoons and have had a good season so far recruiting new members. Much better than the last few years mainly due to advertising, using Facebook and improving the boats owned.

Everyone Active Havering Tennis Club

Recent Results and Upcoming Fixtures –

Mixed League- 2 Draws 8 Sets Won 1 Win 4 Sets Lost 0 Losses 107 Games Won 73 Games Lost

Men’s League 4 Sets Won, 4 Sets Lost, 2 Draws. 63 Games Won 73 Games Lost Next Matches – Away to Grosvenor Wednesday 29th May – Mixed

Home to David Lloyd -Thursday 30th May – Men’s Tennis lessons were donated to a Charity Auction held at a Grand Ball in aid of the Charity First Steps. £1000 was given for the lessons.

A Charity Tennis Tournament held over the Bank Holiday weekend raised £220.00. Thank you to Everyone Active who donated prizes and the use of the Courts for the day. Jordon Sargeant won the men’s and Claire Dixey won the women’s.

Havering Athletics Club

Club athletes won almost 30 medals at the Essex Schools Championship and 14 have been selected to represent Essex Schools at the prestigious English Schools Championships in Birmingham on 12/13th July. Following last weekend's East Anglian Schools Multi Events Final, seven club young athletes will go on to represent Essex Schools in the National Final at Exeter in September. 

Also last weekend, Max Law won the England Athletics U20 javelin title, to add to his four previous titles as an U17 and U15. Jessica Mitchell won the U20 5000m title and Shandell Taylor won U23 long jump bronze - Max & Shandell of course won the Sports Council Junior - Senior Sports awards earlier this year.  The Sports Council's Disability award winner Kieran O'Hara has won two gold medals at the recent Eastern Disability Championships, as did runner up Rebecca O'Rourke.

In club league fixtures the unbeaten Eastern Young Athletes squad remain top of the table after 3 of the 5 fixtures. The Southern League senior team are back in the promotion hunt after wins in their 2nd and 3rd fixtures. The men’s' British League team got their season off to a perfect start with victory in their first match.

Havering 90 Joggers/Parkrun

We started our Club League at Bishop Stortford 10K where about 50 members took part. On the weekend of July13/14 we have several teams taking part in the Spitfire Scramble in Hornchurch Country Park.. Raphael Park and Harrow Lodge Parkrun are going well.

Havering Tri

Member’s achievements for June 2019: 31 members took part in the clubs in house sportive cycling either 55 miles or 117 miles.16 members took part in the Club Champs which was part of the Tri Farm Triple Crown. We had 3 age group winners. 7 members – Super Series Aquathlon at Tri Farm. 6 members – 70.30 Ironman Staffs.

3 members – The Lakesman 70.3. 3 members- National Olympic Distance age group Champs in Leeds.

3 members – Jersey half Marathon. 2 members 70.3 Ironman Hawaii. 1 member Standard Distance Tri in Colchester. Plus other events.

The Bi annual cycle ride will be next June 2020 cycling to and from Bruges in Belgium. The 2018 event raised over £3000.00 for St Francis Hospice.

Romford Rifle and Pistol Club

RRPC are again representing the Mayor and Havering in the annual London Inter Boroughs competition. Our team of six shoot three initial stages on our home 25 yard range. These stages are then sent off for scoring and the top scoring five boroughs compete in the final which is held at a club in Richmond. The final is shot at 100 yards and the targets are 2 inch clay discs (like shooting at stars) and it is the team that is the quickest at demolishing its discs that wins.

Trials for the 2019 Dewar international competition were held on 15 June and three of our members were invited to attend. To be invited you have to achieve a high placing at the Bisley National Championship in either A or X class. The three invited were Chris Ingram (club captain), Geoff Webb and Dan Lake. Chris and Geoff made the team but unfortunately Dan missed out by 2 points!

 

Hornchurch Cricket Club

Saturday 1st XI - P 9, W 6, D 1, L 2 Abdn 0. Saturday 2nd XI - P 7, W 4, D1, L 2, Abdn 0.

Saturday 3rd XI - P 7, W 4, D 0, L 3, Abdn 0. Saturday 4th XI – P 7, W 3, D 1, L 2, Abdn 1.

Saturday 5th XI – P 6, W 2, D 2, L 2 Abdn 0.

Sunday 1st XI P 3, W 3. 1st XI in quarter final League Cup. 3rd Round Conference Cup. Area Final Royal London Championship (National Competition).

U9 played W 2. U11 played D 4, W 2, L 2. U13 Played D 5, W 1, L 4. U15 Played D 5, W 2, L 3.

On Sunday 16th June a new club record of 323 runs for the 4th wicket was made between Billy Gordon 212* and Melvin Westfield 126 against Paragon in the Conference Cup. Also 212 is the highest individual score by a Hornchurch player beating Paul Murrays’ 210* in 2004.

Ardleigh Green and Havering-atte-Bower Cricket Club

1st XI playing in Shepherd Neame - S.N.E.L. 1st XI Div. 3. 4th out of 10 teams with 102 Pts. Won 4 out of 7 games.

2nd XI played 2nd XI Div.2. 8th out of 10 teams with 63 pts. Won 2 out of 7 games.

3rd XI played 4th XI Div. 1 East. Top out of 12 teams with 135 pts. Won 6 out of 7 games.

4th XI played 4th XI Div. 1 West. 7th out of 12 teams with 64 pts. Won 2 out of 7 games.

Everyone Active

65 year 4 and 5 children took part in our Sporting Champion’s school sports event on Tues 25th June at Noak Hill Sport Complex which gave them the opportunity to try new sports.

Summer programme has been finalised and includes tennis, archery, multi sports, netball, badminton, football and

Trampoline.

Noak Hill Open Day is taking place on Saturday 20th July 10am to 5pm and includes free tennis sessions.

Swim for Disability session at Sapphire Ice and Leisure has been moved from a Saturday to a Sunday 2-3pm to

enable the session to access both pools rather than just the main pool.