31 August 2017
Sporting Highlights Summer 2017
Congratulations to Lucinda White who won the javelin IAPS at the nationals while breaking the IAPS all-time record. This resulted in her winning Best Performer at the IAPS.
Max Perman won a silver medal in the shot put.
Harry Houillon has had a brilliant summer. He was selected for the Bunbury Festival (regional level) and won the best all-rounder and top run-scorer awards.
We enjoyed an excellent cricket tour to Grenada where the team played on the Test Match ground three times.
Old Sennockian Tash Farrant has been playing for the Southern Vipers in the national T20 competition.
Paul van Velsen has been invited back to the England Hockey Performance Centre at Caterham School for the coming hockey season (2017/18).
Venetia Barker and Ella McCarthy have successfully gained places at the England Hockey Performance Centre (South region).
Louis Hayes has been selected for the National Pathway Programme after an impressive time at the English nationals where he broke his U13 all-time 50m backstroke record.Ellie Vowell also swam at the nationals.
We held a very enjoyable and productive pre-season rugby camp led by Saracens.
Congratulations to the senior girls tennis team who finished 14th at the nationals.
Congratulations to Sophie Dargan and Orissa Welsh, who won the U19 plate at the Independent Schools Tennis Championships, and to Anna King, who is the Gidea Park ladies open champion.
Hugo Coquelin represented GB in the Tennis Europe Nations Challenge, where they qualified for the final round.
The girls’ team won the U18 National Independent Schools Beach Volleyball Tournament.