17 July 2023

Sporting highlights

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In a remarkable debut season, our school proudly participated in the renowned Junior NBA league South-East League. With the highest participation in England for the second year running, our Year 7 and Year 8 teams made their mark. The U12 team, as the Philadelphia 76ers, secured a playoff spot by finishing second in their conference. Meanwhile, the Year 8 team, representing the Cleveland Cavaliers, clinched the advantage of playing on their home court until the finals. Our U13 team’s path to the championship was filled with excitement. They triumphed over Rainham Mark Grammar School in the east conference final, winning convincingly with a score of 23-9. The league final showcased their skill and determination, culminating in a breath-taking victory against St Andrew’s Catholic School with an impressive score of 37-29. Congratulations also goes to Dibbe Eerdmans who won the shooting contest. This success is a testament to our students’ talent, dedication, and teamwork.


Congratulations to the U13 girls who won the Reigate sixes plate competition.

A huge well done to our 1st XI who won the King’s Canterbury T20 tournament.

We took 15 students to Barbados at the start of the holiday. The players won 4 out of 6 fixtures, playing some brilliant cricket, culminating in a last wicket, last ball victory against Isolation Cavaliers under lights, showing maturity and composure beyond their years, not to mention great eye sight. This was played in the north of the island and was quite possibly the most beautiful ground anyone has played at. England Cricket train there when they are in Barbados. It was a real treat and the hosting was exceptional. We also played at Empire Cricket Club, the second most successful club in the world for producing test cricketers, including greats like Frank Worrell, Everton Weeks and Charlie Griffith who bowled a bouncer which went for six over the keepers head. The food was amazing, the beaches were incredible and the catamaran cruise was a fantastic experience. We are looking forward to getting back to the UK but this will hopefully be a trip of a lifetime for everyone involved, with many memories that everyone will cherish.


Congratulations to Josefina Hippe, Summer Knight-Thompson and Bella Munoz who have all represented England this summer.


Congratulations to Ella Christopherson who has made the U17 NPL Tournament squad for London Pulse.


Charlie Peters has been called up to the senior Harlequins squad over the summer.


At the national finals, our U17s finished first and third overall and our U19s finished third. 

At the BSDRA South-East Area Championships, Sevenoaks finished second in the U18 race and the U16s finished first, third and fourth overall.

At Dachet Water, Sevenoaks U18 won the BSDRA Thames Valley Championships.

The inaugural Cornah Cup went brilliantly, celebrating Andy Cornah’s impact on sailing at Sevenoaks after many years as an outstanding Head of Sailing. 

Sports Days

We enjoyed a fantastic couple of sports days for the Lower and Middle School. The effort level of the students was extremely impressive throughout and thanks go to all staff involved


Our senior boys finished 11th out of 311 at the LTA Youth Schools National Championships, an amazing achievement.

Congratulations to Ruby Marriage and Emily Hancock who won the U13 girls ISTA.


At the beach volleyball championship hosted by Brighton College, our boys finished second and third overall and our girls finished second.

Old Sennockians

Kate Curran (OS 2014) took third place at the recent IRONMAN 70.3 Elsinore, and qualified for the World Championships later this year. Read more. 


  • 236 teams​
  • 1254 fixtures​
  • 52% win ratio, ​highlighting a balanced fixture list
  • 21 representative sports
  • Project 1000: 994 pupils represented the school (88%)
  • 100% of the Lower School played in fixtures, 91% in the Middle School
  • 50 caps were awarded for participating in more than 50 matches across the year, to: Oscar Day-Duran, Dibbe Eerdmans, Imogen Smith, Alex Neale.

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