26 January 2023
Great news for our cricket, cross country, hockey, football and netball teams!
Well done to Anne-Sophie Bremans who became the Flemish champion U18 in 800m.
Congratulations to our U13 girls’ cricket team who won the county qualifiers and have now qualified for the county finals day.
Well done to Ben Dawkins who had made it through to the Senior Kent academy, one of only eight from the entire county.
Well done to all who attended the KSAA Kent Schools Cross Country Championships on Saturday 21 January (results below). Good luck to those who have qualified for the inter counties.
- Hana Maeda – 12th – Year 7 Girls
- James Ross – 20th – Year 7 Boys
- Oscar Day-Duran 32nd – Year 7 Boys
- Joe Paige – 43rd – Year 7 Boys
- Charlotte Bloodworth – 28th – Junior Girls
- Ben Catchpole – 6th – Junior Boys
- Yugo Maeda – 33rd – Junior Boys
- Eliza Muysken – 14th – Inter Girls
- Juliette Mauduit – 32nd – Inter Girls
- Jake Brislane – 12th – Senior Boys
- Dan Hadden – 15th – Senior Boys
- John Hadden – 16th – Senior Boys
- Max Malkinson – 17th – Senior Boys
- Johnny Dunlop – 21st – Senior Boys
- Harry Stone – 24th – Senior Boys
Helena Kiggell’s curling team have been selected to represent England in the next World Junior B Championships (U21). (This is because they are currently the top U21 women’s team in the country!) The World Championships involve 24 other nations and will take place in December in Lohja, Finland.
Congratulations to the 1st XI who won their semi-final versus RGS Worcester and have qualified for the Tier 2 national final to be held in March.
Our 1st XI have qualified for the semi-final of the U19 Kent Cup after beating Bennett Memorial in the quarter final.
We hosted a very successful U11 Prep school netball tournament with eight schools taking part.
Our 1st VII and U16 sides are competing at the regional finals this weekend at Ardingly School. Good luck to them!
Ella Christopherson has been selected into the London Pulse U17 Academy. This is a particularly fantastic achievement given she is U15.
The U13 and U16 Kent Boys Table Tennis Champs were held at the Howard School Table Tennis Centre. With over 50 boys from schools throughout Kent competing in each competition, Sevenoaks were proudly represented by twenty students playing their first Table Tennis fixture. The standard of competition was incredibly high so noteworthy results;-
U13 – Rory Bowman third place in the plate
U13 – Aarav Patel battled through to the semi-finals and secured fourth place.
U16 – Hogan Yeung reached the quarterfinals
U16 – Boris Lo reached the semi-finals of the plate
A massive congratulations to Serena Manca who won her first ITF tournament with her doubles partner.
Mike Bargeron, Head of Shooting, has had a great time away with the GB shooting team competing in two ISSF Grand Prix. His team won silver and bronze in Croatia and Slovenia.