17 May 2024

Sporting highlights

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Elodie De Jonge has been selected to attend the U15 England Talent Programme camp.


The boys’ 1st XI beat Caterham by 35 runs, with Harry House scoring 70.

The girls’ U15A beat Bede’s by 10 runs in the National Girls 100 Ball Cup.

Sienna Christopherson scored 60 not out for the U14As.

The boys’ U13A beat Hayes School by 6 wickets in the County Plate Round 1.

Ruby Marriage got 5 wickets playing for Tunbridge Wells Women’s team in the Kent Premier League.

In staff cricket, The Orbs lost to Tonbridge Staff by 5 runs.


At the club national championships:

Martha Gillespie, Connie Coquelin and Imogen Smith finished fourth in the U14 tournament.

Chloe Selvey-Clinton, Millie Hunter, Annelie Earl, Jess Finch and Elisabetta Iasci finished second in the U12 tournament.


Sienna Christopherson played for the CD Phoenix Sussex Netball Club versus London Pulse U15s at the Copperbox, ahead of London Pulse’s National League game.


Harry Clayson represented Kent U17s in a 53 – 7 win against Middlesex


Ciara Boulanger represented France at the ESF European Mixed Team Squash Championship Final in Porto, winning a silver medal.

Table Tennis

The U13 boys continue their winning form against Langley Park, winning 12-3 and 9-7.


At the National Schools’ Doubles (The Harpenden Trophy):

U18s – Carlotta Kern and Simran Sahota won the consolation final.

U16s – Emily Hancock and Ruby Marriage reached the semi finals.

U16s – Alice Keen and Victoria Kern won the consolation final.

U14s – Amani Gikunda and Tasia Nahornaya won the title, retaining the title for Sevenoaks.

At the Kent Doubles Tournament:

U15 runners up – Ruby Marriage and Emily Hancock

U13 runners up – Isla McLain and Lola Bray

In round three of the national cup, the senior boys beat St Edmund’s 6-0.

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