10 July 2018

Sporting highlights 10 July 2018

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Our Lower School athletes performed well at the IAPS national finals:

Boys: Tom Phillips: 2nd in U14 1500m

Tan Rabe: 14th in U13 1500m


Georgia Baker: 1st in U14 long jump

Amber Boardman: 9th in U13 javelin

Annabel Cheveley: 5th in U14 long jump

Natalya Keller: 5th in U14 75m hurdles and 3rd in U14 high jump

Lucinda White 1st and new national record in U14 javelin and 4th in U14 shot-put

U14 4 x 100m relay team (Georgia, Annabel, Lucinda and Natalya): 3rd in heat and 5th in the final.

We enjoyed a superb Middle School Sports Day in the last week of term.


The 1st XI won the T20 tournament, beating Sutton Valence and King’s Canterbury, and also beat the MCC; an amazing end to the season!

Harry Houillon scored 129 not out against the MCC and surpassed 1000 runs for the 1st XI at the same time. 

The U15 side finished as runners-up at their T20 tournament. 



The Sevenoaks A team won the British Schools Team Racing National Championships after a stellar performance where they didn’t lose a single race through 3 days of competition. This rounds off an incredible season: the team have won every school and youth level event that they have entered and are now reigning GBR U19 youth national champions and GBR school national champions – only the second time a school team has held both these titles. The B team also performed well, finishing seventh overall- they were just one win off 4th place.  



There was a hat-trick of wins for our junior, inter and senior boys teams at the Kent Inter-Schools Finals, while the junior and senior girls finished runners-up. 


Hugo Coquelin won the U12 Grade 2 Scottish Open without losing a single set. 

At the ISTA tournament at Eton, Orissa Welsh and Sophie Dargan finished as runners-up in the U18 Loveband Plate final and Janani Sivajogan and Christiane Gontarek as runners-up in the U15 Springthorpe Cup. 



The girls won the 2018 Independent Schools’ Beach Volleyball nationals, winning all their matches. The boys narrowly missed out on the final by 2 points, but Keanu Rahimian from the IC was voted best player of the tournament.

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