10 May 2024

Sporting highlights

Share article:


Harry House scored 100 not out for the 1st XI against Oakwood Park Grammar School in the first round of the county cup.

The U15A boys, U13A boys and U15A girls also have also progressed through the first round of the county cup.

The U15A girls beat Bede’s School by 10 runs in the national 100 ball tournament.


The girls U13A beat Royal Russell 2-1 with a last minute goal, in a warm up match ahead of the ISFA Sevens.

The U13A girls played in the South East ISFA Football Festival, winning one match, losing one and drawing , finishing third in the group.


Charlotte Bloodworth and Phoebe Gough-Cooper won the Tier 2 National Club Championship at Lee Valley.


Zac Wormsley has progressed through to the final stages of selection of the Kent/Saracens Development Squad.


At the South East regional finals:

Tom Ellershaw: 2nd, 100 Backstroke; 4th, 50 Backstroke; 4th, 100 Breaststroke; 5th, 50 Breaststroke, 7th, 200 Backstroke; and 50 Freestyle.
Alex Smoliyaninov: 50, 100 and 200 Breaststroke.Demi Alli – 17 and under – 50m Breastroke 3rd, 100m Breastroke 5th

At the South East regionals at Wycombe:

Sienna Christopherson – 15 and under – 50m Butterfly 19th
Charles Dunstan – 15 and under – 200m Butterfly – 10th, 100m Butterfly – 19th,  50m Butterfly – 27th
Amelia Tovey – 17 and under – 200m Butterfly – 3rd, 200m Freestyle – 5th, 400m Freestyle – 7th, 100m Butterfly – 8th, 200m IM – 10th, 50m Butterfly- 15th
Salma Zidan – 15 and under – 50m Breaststroke 27th, 100m Breaststroke 22nd

Old Sennockians

Oscar Brown was named to the 2024 WCC Men’s Tennis All-Academic Team. Oscar Brown will be joining Duke University and their tennis programme, from Portland University.

Sir Tim Lawrence has been appointed President of Kent County Cricket Club.

Share article:

Back to all news