25 January 2022

Sporting highlights

Another successful week of sport!

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At the Indoor Cricket U13 Kent Cup, our A team narrowly missed out on becoming champions after making the final. Our B team finished second in their group.

Cross Country

Many of our cross country runners competed for their district at the Kent Schools’ Championships. Doing well here may earn them a Kent vest and an opportunity to run at the inter-county race.

Y7 girls Sophie Fleming, 3rd

Y7 boys Alex Greene, 39th

Junior girls Lara Bailey, 16th Charlotte Bloodworth, 17th Georgina Hadden, 20th Eliza Muysken, 33rd Elena Iasci, 35th Freya Aspinall, 48th Salma Zidan, 51st Marjolaine Mauduit 53rd

Junior boys Ben Catchpole, 7th Arthur Goodwin, 56th

Inter girls Juliette Mauduit, 31st

Inter boys Dan Hadden, 9th Max Malkinson, 14th Edward Lindsey, 28th

Senior boys Jake Brislane, 16th Fenton Davoren, 17th John Dunlop, 26th Dominic Best, 27th


Woser Prossor has made the Team GB selection for the Junior Foil World Cup in Aix-en-Provence over the weekend in the under 20 age category. Results to follow.

Football and Futsal

Sevenoaks organised an U18 Futsal tournament involving schools from the southeast. Sevenoaks Red team finished third and Sevenoaks White finished fifth.

Our U13 side narrowly lost in the semi-final of the Kent Small Schools Cup against Simon Langton with the match going all thte way to penalties.

Congratulations to Bethan Thomas who was playing up a year for the U14s in the National Districts Plate semi-final.


Knole Park Hockey Club are England Hockey division 2 national women’s indoor league champions and are promoted to division 1 for next year. Well done to Summer Knight Thompson, Betrys Galloni and Annabel Cheveley were all involved.


Sevenoaks sailors won the Brunel Badger 2022. With a 9-0 record they came out on top versus a mix of school, university and club teams. This is a fantastic result and great start to 2022.

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