02 March 2023

Sporting highlights

The U18 girls are T2 hockey champions!

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Harriet Medlen got a bronze at the indoor 200m nationals in Sheffield. She was the second English girl to cross the line as the event attracted champions from Wales and Ireland too. On top of her 200m gold at the South of England championship at Lee Valley this tops off a very successful indoor season for Harriet.  There are a few races left but the senior championships are now over as she starts to prepare for the outdoor season.


Congratulations to our U14, U15 and U18 sides who have all qualified for the LISBA play offs after qualifying from their leagues.

Cross Country 

Max Malkinson, Dan Hadden, Ben Catchpole and Charlotte Bloodworth all ran for Tonbridge Athletics Club in the National Finals last weekend. The U17 team including Max and Dan finished second overall.


Our teams finished second and sixth in our recent tournament.  


It was a fantastic day out at the National Tier 2 finals where our U18s were crowned National Champions after a brilliant 3-1 win! Photos

Congratulations to the U18 boys who finished second in the Tier 4 county championships and have qualified for the regionals. 


Well done to our first team who won the King’s Canterbury, Birley’s tournament. Our second team also competed and finished seventh overall.

We hosted an excellent U9 prep school tournament involving five local schools.

Congratulations to Anjola Adekoya who has made the U15 Pulse Long Squad round 2 after a successful trial. 


Well done to our U14 Rugby 7s side who reached the quarter final of the Kent Cup.


Our KS5 Girls team have qualified for the national finals after winning the stage 2 regional round. We now have three teams travelling to nationals in Birmingham later this month.

Congratulations also to Ella Christopherson who made her debut for the U17 NPL London Pulse squad versus Leeds Rhinos at the weekend. She is still only classed as U15 so this is a great achievement.


Congratulations to Izzy Okaro on being selected to represent the South-East Division in the ESSA National Inter-Division Swimming Championships in March.

At week one of the Kent Individual Swimming Championships, Sevenoaks students had the following result:

  • Demi Alli –100 BR 6th; 50 BR Bronze; 100 Fly 6th
  • Eva Okaro – 50 FC Gold; 100 FC Gold; 50 FLY Gold
  • Izzy Okaro – 50 FC 4th;  100 FC Bronze; 50 Bk 5th; 100 Bk 4th
  • Lara Turan – 50 and 100 FC 7th
  • Chengze Duan – 100 and 50 Fly 4th
  • Amelia Tovey – 100 Fly Bronze; 800 FC 4th
  • Maddy Evans – 100 Bk 7th
  • Peony Lee – 200IM 7th; 400FC Bronze; 50FC 7th; 100FC 5th; 100 Fly Gold; 50 Fly Silver. 


Well done to Isa McLain who won the Grade 2 Nationals in the U12 age group at both singles and doubles this half term in Corby.

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