Cricket Scotland launched a photographic exhibition located in Hampden Park, Glasgow. The exhibition displays a range of cricket memorabilia re-telling the story of the game and its impact on life in Scotland.
One of the photographs in the exhibition shows a Bell Baxter HS cricket side from 1972(?). Do you know any of the “likely lads” featured in the photograph?
The display will run until May 2018 as part of the Sports Heritage Scotland series.
It was certainly a game of two halves for the U14s boys’ football team who lost to Grove Academy this afternoon. The boys left themselves with a mountain to climb at half-time, but an excellent second half performance saw the match end 5 – 1 to Grove.
Commiserations to the boys tennis team who lost their match against a very strong Firrhill HS side. Tough matches but a great experience for all concerned.
Some of the S3 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award class headed for a walk up to the Listening Post at Hawklaw tonight after school. Applying navigation skills learned in the classroom was key tonight.
The sunset above Cupar was beautiful tonight.
Well done to everyone who represented Bell Baxter at the Scottish Schools Showjumping, Howe Equestrian on Sunday, 29th October. Jessika Rennie placed 5th individually in the 85cm out of 80 riders. Our team of Ailsa Roberts, Robyn Black, Emma Webster and Sophie McDonald came 4th in the 1m class with Ailsa Roberts also picking up 2nd place individually in the same class which had 40 riders in it.
Well done again to all riders.