29 January 2024

Sporting highlights

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Cross Country 

At the Kent Individual Championships:

  • Junior boys – James Ross 48th, Joe Paige 73rd, Oscar Day-Duran 88th
  • Junior girls – Alice Keen 5th, Hana Maeda 15th, Emilia Bloodworth 45th
  • Inter boys – Ben Catchpole 9th, Yugo Maeda 27th, Arthur Goodwin 35th
  • Inter girls – Eliza Muysken 17th, Marjolaine Mauduit 27th, Georgina Hadden 28th
  • Senior women – Poppy Crosthwaite 21st, Juliette Mauduit 22nd
  • Senior men – Max Malkinson 10th, Daniel Hadden 19th and Harry Stone 27th

Max M, Dan H, Eliza M, Alice K, Ben C, Hana M: Selected for Kent on 3rd Feb at Ardingly

James R: Invited to compete for Kent in March

Juliette and Poppy: Reserves for Kent


The boys’ 1st XI are Tier 3 county champions.

The U16 girls won the regional Tier 3 championships and have qualified for the national finals in Nottingham.

The girls U16 Tier 3 7-a-side team competed well against some strong teams in the regional finals.

The mixed teams have enjoyed some great fixtures this year against Cranbrook, Tonbridge, Ashford and Worth.

Club Hockey

Charlotte Bloodworth and her team won the England Hockey U16 National indoor championships. Charlotte and Phoebe Gough-Cooper also played in the Senior National Indoor League for their women’s 1st team, finishing the league in fourth place.


At the Suffolk Shiver in Ipswich, Sevenoaks A team finished 3rd, B team won three of their eight races and the C team won two of eight.


The key stage 3 boys’ and girls’ teams and the key stage 5 girls’ team won the regional round of the national cup and progress through to the national finals.

Sevenoaks Series 

Many thanks to Miss Cripps for organising a highly successful ten-team U11 prep school netball tournament at school.

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