Read the latest results and view photos from all sports events below.
BMPS put on their best display this season, setting a target of 258 for our visitors.
The match went down to the last ball, and unfortunately for BMPS the last delivery was a No Ball. As a result Quinton house won by 1 run!
Player of the match was Mohammed-Eisa Osman. Taking a wicket, two catches and hitting 19 off 11 balls.
BMPS won the toss and elected to bowl. Keshav and Oliver opened the bowling but struggled to break through a strong opening batting pair.
Finally, in the 8th over Ire delivered a gem to dismiss their danger man. Another wicket soon followed in the 10th over with Avyukt getting his first of the season. Then came the third change of attack that saw Rohan and Abiola take two wickets each in their spell, with the latter narrowly missing out on a Hat trick! Great bowling Abiola!
Quinton finished on 85/6.
BMPS started their batting innings slowly, feeling out their bowlers. The 3rd over saw the first boundary hit by Charlie, who unfortunately lost his wicket a few balls after. Keshav, Ire and Rohan also found the boundary with some well-placed shots. Oliver and Avyukt added some well needed singles which set up a tense finish. Ire and Abiola needing 14 off the last over……… They managed 8, a great effort but not enough for the victory.
A great performance from the boys all around.
Result BMPS 79/6 – 85/6 Quinton House Read more »
In a well-balanced match, chances were taken by both sides and only 1 rounder separated the teams after the first innings.
Both bowlers were put under pressure in the second innings but valiantly kept going. It all came down to the last ball of the game with the scores tied at 15 all but BMPS were unable to turn a backwards hit into a half rounder, so the game finished in a draw!
The highlight of our batting performance was Nimi managing to score 1.5 rounders in one turn, capitalising on a fielding error to put pressure on their fielders and gaining half a rounder for obstruction at 4th post whilst scoring a rounder. In the field, Funmi stepped into the role of bowler and worked hard to master this key position. The girls worked well in the field and we always had at least 2 players going for a ball.
On a beautiful, sunny afternoon, the Broughton first team travelled to Bedford to play Lincroft Middle School. Broughton’s Team Captain, Keshav won the toss and chose to bowl first.
Lincroft’s batsmen started slowly but put up a steady stream of singles and boundaries to build up a solid score of 100. Broughton’s bowling was accurate with some excellent fielding. Wickets were taken by Rohan, Ire and Keshav.
After the break, Broughton started their batting session with some good work from a range of players. Ire scored a total of ten runs, including two fours. Theo also had some very powerful hits, including a fine boundary. In the end, the efforts in the crease were not enough as Lincroft got Broughton all out for 42.
On a glorious May afternoon, BMPS under 8’s played their first ever cricket fixture against Milton Keynes Prep School.
BMPS won the toss and elected to bat first, hitting a total of 231 runs, with Sam, Daniel, Spike and Job all finding the boundary. Daniel Phillips hitting an impressive 6!
Our boys fell short with the ball in hand as MKPS put up 255. However, wickets in Blake, Daniel and Kshitij’s overs were a real highlight.
A great learning experience for the boys and we are eager for the next outing.
Final score BMPS 231 – 255 MKPS Read more »
Congratulations to the U9’s netball team who were runners up at the Bedford Modern netball tournament. They won 6 matches and only lost one, to Witham Hall the overall winners. Well played girls!
The boys finished as runners up, losing in the final kick of the game to MKPS.
Their results were as follows:-
2-0 defeat to MKPS
3-0 win Berkhamsted
0-0 St Josephs on the Park
2-1 win Akeley Wood
Theo was awarded Player of the Tournament.
The wet and windy afternoon, brought on by the edges of Storm Doris, did not bring much luck to the two Broughton Manor teams on this occasion, as we travelled to Bedford Modern School.
The A team started slowly and conceded an early goal; the first time this season they have trailed at any point. Theo gave a valiant effort at the back and surged forward with some strong, well timed runs but Broughton were never able to gain a foothold in the first half, allowing several chances to go by.
BMS added two more goals to lead the match 3-0 at half time. After the break, Broughton came back out with renewed purpose and energy, pulling one back. Rohan slotted home the only Broughton goal from the left side of the box, but a quick fourth from BMS effectively ended the match. The final score was 6-1.
The B team had an improved performance with stand out efforts from Ali-Hasan in goal and James up front. James scored the only Broughton goal of the match, a fantastic finish which nearly tore the net off the goal. In the final few moments of the match Ali-Hasan made several excellent saves and kept the match close until the very end. The final score was BMS 4, Broughton Manor 1.
The weather for the match was cold and drizzly.
The match tea was chips and sausages.
The man of the match for the A team was Rohan Mall; he kept his width on the wing effectively and scored the only Broughton goal of the game.
The man of the match for the B team was Ali-Hasan Syed; he made some fantastic saves and really helped the B team play their best match so far this season. Great work to Rohan and Ali-Hasan!
Thanks to Mr Lemon at Akeley Wood, the boys were able to join in a mini tournament against the hosts and The Croft School from Stratford.
The A team, played two terrific matches, the first against The Croft and the second against Akeley Wood. In the first match, Broughton scored two goals and won the match 2-0. The goal scorers were Rohan and Ire. In the second match, Broughton beat the hosts, Akeley Wood 2-1. The match looked like it would end in a 1-1 draw when Theo created a chance for himself late in the half and hit a rocket shot under the outstretched arm of the diving keeper. His goal, combined with Ire’s first goal in the match, meant that the A team finished the day with two wins. A great opening fixture!
The B team also played two very successful matches. In the first match against The Croft, the team was slow to start but found their passing and moving and really turned up the energy late in the half. They won the match 1-0, with the lone goal scored by James. In the second match against Akeley Wood, the team really turned on the heat, winning 4-1. There were some excellent spells of possession and some great finishing. The four goals were scored by Avyukt, Shravan and two more by James. Well done to the B team for a great opener to the new season!
The weather for the match was cold and cloudy. The tea was a packed lunch provided by the helpful staff of Broughton Manor kitchen.
The man of the match for the A team was Theo. He was composed and confident with the ball, working tirelessly for the team and scoring the winner in the close second match. The man of the match for the B team was Avyukt. He controlled the ball well and successfully created chances for his teammates. Great work to Theo and Avyukt!
Friday 23rd September 2016.
In our first fixture we drew 25 points to 25 points. Fred Anstee scored
four tries and assisted another to Zachary Burgess.
Austin Bhadri, Fred Anstee and Zachary Burgess made some great tackles throughout the game.
Player of the match – Fred Anstee