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Devon's own Olympics launched

Posted by Nikki Taylor on 22nd March 2016 in Blogging |

  Devon's Own Olympics Launched   As the countdown to Rio 2016 gathers momentum, Devon’s own answer to the Olympic and Paralympic Games is settling into its starting blocks in a stronger position than ever before with a sponsorship extension, new venue and new board of trustees.   The Devon South West Youth Games will take place at Okehampton’s picturesque Simmons Park on Sunday 3 July with around 2,000 young Devonians from across the county expected to compete in 15 sports.   It will be the 17th Year of the South West Youth Games which offers a unique and inspirational multi-sport experience for able bodied and...
 

TWO NEW EVENTS FOR BIGGEST EVER GAMES

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 10th March 2018 in Blogging | indoor rowing,netball,south west youth games,plymouth,marjons

South West Rotary Youth Games have added two further events to their expanded programme of events for 2018.The region’s largest annual community youth sport event will now host an indoor rowing event in April (entry form below) and a netball event in June, expanding the sport’s charity’s reach from two region-wide events in 2017 to five this year.The charity has added indoor rowing to its growing number of sports and will host the first ever South West Rotary Youth Games Indoor Rowing Finals at Plymouth Marjon University on 18 April.Furthermore, the Games will host Netball and High 5 Netball events at Paignton Community and Sports Academy on 10 June.Alongs...
 

PLYMOUTH WIN ROWING GOLD

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 20th April 2018 in Blogging | south west youth games,rowing,indoor rowing,cornwall,devon

Young Plymouth rowers became regional champions as they won the South West Rotary Youth Games Indoor Rowing Finals at marjons University on Wednesday 18 April, but there was also plenty of medal success for Cornish and South Hams participants. The combined team of Plymouth High School for Girls and Devonport High School for Boys took the overall title after a day of high intensity, high energy rowing from schools across Devon and Cornwall and participants aged 11-18. Falmouth School and Wadebridge School were second and third overall respectively. Working in partnership with British Rowing, this was the first year Indoor Rowing has been part of the region’s ...
 

CORNWALL LEAD GAMES

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 30th May 2018 in Blogging | south west youth games,cornwall,dawlish,netball

Cornwall are leading the way in the chase for this year's South West Rotary Youth Games as they seek their first ever overall triumph in the region's largest community youth sports event. Since April's Street Sports Finals and Indoor Rowing Finals which took place at Mount Hawke Skatepark and marjons, Plymouth respectively, Cornwall are leading the way in the overall standings with a near maximum score of 43 as the Games moves into Summer. The Cornwall team enjoyed a clean sweep in the Street Sports on 6 April taking gold in the Skateboarding, Freestyle BMX and Scootering competitions. They followed up with silver at the Indoor Rowing on 18 April where Plymout...
 

ROWERS SET FOR NATIONAL FINALS

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 14th August 2018 in Blogging | rowing,south west youth games,school games,sport,british rowing

Seven participants in April’s South West Rotary Youth Games Indoor Rowing Finals have qualified for the upcoming School Games Finals at Loughborough University. The nationwide annual event pits the best performers from multiple schools events across the country in 10 sports. The ‘South West Seven’ have all earned their place from quality performances at the South West Rotary Youth Games event at marjons, Plymouth on 18 April. The pupils selected are as follows: Archie Rolls (Fowey River Academy) - Y9; Ellie Childs (Mounts Bay Academy) - Y9; Ben Grubb (Wadebridge) - Y10; Izzy Macpherson (Falmouth) - Y10; Jenna Kempster-Taylor (Plymouth High School for Gir...
 
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