Sporting Highlights

Michaelmas Term 2018

We've had an incredible Michaelmas term. Students played in 500 fixtures, with nearly 80 per cent representation across all years. The hockey season in particular was outstanding, with U13, U14, U16 and U18 teams reaching county, regional or national finals. There were also individual successes in fencing, swimming, tennis, taekwondo, curling, cross country and other sports.

Michaelmas term participation and results

  • 500 Fixtures, 81 teams, 14 sports; 79% representation, 99% LS, 80% MS, 55% US
  • 61% wins across all sports.


Sevenoaks School is one of The Cricketer’s top 100 cricket schools in the country.

Cross country

Huge congratulations to our inter boys on their performance at the national finals. They finished eighth out of 28 finalists and out of 325 teams nationally over the competition. 

The inter girls also made a brilliant effort, finishing sixth out of 27 finalists and out of 355 teams nationally over the competition.


Piero Steiner was called to represent Italy at the European Cadets competitions in Bonn and Copenhagen; a fantastic achievement.

Woser Prossor has been selected for the England team to compete in the Under 15 Boys Foil Fencing competition at Challenge Wratislavia (Poland) in March 2019.


The U15 football team defeated a strong St Gregory’s team to progress into the fourth round of the Kent Cup.

In the first fixture of the new ISFA champions league, the girls’ team beat a very strong Ardingly School.


Congratulations to the U16 and U14 teams who are through to the national finals after fantastic days at the regional finals. The 2nd XI finished second at the regional finals in a brilliant effort against three other 1st XI sides.

Congratulations to our U13 hockey side who finished in fifth place at regional finals, with five wins, one draw and one loss.

Congratulations to the U14B on an unbeaten season.

The U16 side reached the semi-final of the Indoor Kent Cup, narrowly losing out on penalty strokes.


The U14s are county champions and progress to the regionals. The U19s finished a creditable third place and the U16s finished sixth.


Our show-jumping team of Harry Scott, Mia Stack and Anabelle Crickmore won the 80cm class at the NSEA competition. Harry, Anabelle, Abi Scott and Dean Milligan also finished fifth in the 90cm class.


Louis Hayes qualified as one of the youngest boys in seven events for the 2018 Swim England National Winter Championship, the biggest English swimming meet of the winter months. His events include the 100m butterfly with an Olympian among the other competitors.

Water polo

Allegra Cuomo has been selected for the U14 South East England water polo team.



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