04 October 2022

Sporting highlights

Excellent cross country effort from our juniors, great hockey news and swimming success!

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Cross Country

The cross country season started last week for our junior teams. In  the Haskell Cup the girls finished fourth and the boys finished 24th. At the Thomas Trophy the girls finished first with Isa McLain in third, Laura Jobke in eighth, Saskia Taylor in ninth, Hana Maeda in 12th, and Scarlett Fletcher in 27th. The boys finished ninth with Oscar Day-Duran in 13th, Alex Greene in 29th, Rory Bowman in 31st, and Alex Webb in 56th.  


Congratulations to the U18 indoor hockey side who are Kent champions and now progress to the regionals.

Well done to our U14B side who finished fourth in their group at the Tier 2 County finals, playing against A teams. They had a great afternoon, some of them playing a tournament format for the first time.


Dehong Kong finished as runner up in the Kent Junior Closed competition. This is a brilliant achievement after only playing squash for one year.

Ciara Boulanger finished as runner up in the Surrey Junior Closed competition to cap an exciting start to the year.


Congratulations to Eva Okaro and Maddie Evans who swam for Kent at the inter county championships in Sheffield, becoming champions for the first time. Eva was influential winning the 16-17 years 100m Freestyle and was involved in two victorious relays. Maddie Evans swam the last leg (described as gritty) to win the decisive Mixed Open 300m Freestyle relay. This was great as Maddie and Eva got to swim together in the final race.

At the Kent Schools’ Relays, the swim squad came home with five golds and three silvers out of a possible 12 medal races. We wait to hear who has qualified for the national finals at the Olympic Pool in Stratford.

  • Junior Boys FC – Gold
  • Junior Boys Medley – Gold
  • Inter Boys FC – Silver
  • Inter Boys Medley – Gold
  • Senior Girls FC – Gold
  • Senior Girls Medley – Gold
  • Senior Boys FC – Silver
  • Senior Boys Medley – Silver 

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