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Sporting Glimpses of Brilliance - w/e 18th October 2019

This week's glimpse of sporting brilliance on the rugby field is awarded to Edward Buggle. Edward has shown resilience and determination to learn from mistakes in order to maximise his performance. As a result, Edward played an integral part in the Under 13Bs 45-0 win against Royal Hospital School, scoring a brilliant solo try.   

An excellent end to half-term for the Under 12B hockey team who remain unbeaten so far this season.  They won 8-0 vs Saffron Walden on Friday and 5-1 vs Bedford Modern on Saturday. Congratulations to Lily Smith who scored a hat-trick on Friday. The Under 15A team performed exceptionally well against Bedford Modern on Saturday, winning 3-1 with Player of the Match awarded to Hannah Knightbridge for her hat-trick endeavours. 

Last weekend, Maddy Gale and Jack Elsworth participated in the Under 23 British National Fencing Championships. Jack did well to reach the Last 64 and Maddy had a great day, finishing 14  - as a result she has been rewarded with selection for Great Britian in the Under 20 World Cup later this year.   

An excellent week of football saw the First XI pick up a huge 10-1 win in the English Schools FA Cup with goals coming from Mason Murray (3), John Sasere (2), Isaac Ng (2), Ollie Moore, Fin Turner and Zach Davidson against Newstead School. This followed a 3-0 win against Ibstock Place in the Elgin League with the Second XI winning 2-0, the Third XI 8-0 and the Fourth XI, a quite staggering 14-0. 

On Wednesday, the Under 14A team also picked up an excellent win in the English Schools FA Cup with a 4-1 win over Harris Academy Dulwich. In an excellent performance Max Porteous and Freddie Thorn showed their dominance in defence while there were also excellent performances from Luke Nash, Tom Arnold and Stanley Skipper.

Fantastic swimming news to finish,  the junior girls are 3rd reserve for the medley relay  while the Intermediate boys team have qualified for nationals in both the front crawl and medley relays. 

Lower Sixth student Ethan Brooks has enjoyed outstanding success in the final two rounds of the Ginetta Junior Championship. At Silverstone on 28th and 29th September, Ethan put in a stunning lap in qualifying to qualify 2nd on the grid, just 0.012 seconds behind pole position. 


As a result, Ethan came away from the race weekend with a fantastic Rookie podium finish, his first in the series. Ethan then carried this momentum into Brands Hatch, where a drying track in qualifying made conditions very tricky, but Ethan rose to the challenge again qualifying p2 and showing his true pace in the car. 


After finishing an excellent 4th and top rookie in a slippery race 1, Ethan’s charge in race 2 really showed his true potential. With several safety cars, a soaking track and fading light, conditions were less than ideal but Ethan charged through from 5th on the grid to pass 3 cars in one lap and challenge for the lead. Unfortunately, he could not quite get the move done and finished 3rd overall, claiming his first overall podium and another rookie win. 


Sunday brought grey skies and the prospect of more rain for the ITV4 televised race. Ethan once again rose to the challenge and a red flag halted an epic 4-car battle, which saw Ethan lead the race. Ethan was once again standing on both the overall podium with a 3rd place finish, and the rookie podium, completing a hat trick of rookie wins to complete a sensational weekend. 

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Sporting Glimpses of Brilliance - w/e 18th October 2019

This week's glimpse of sporting brilliance on the rugby field is awarded to Edward Buggle. Edward has shown resilience and determination to learn from mistakes in order to maximise his performance. As a result, Edward played an integral part in the Under 13Bs 45-0 win against Royal Hospital School, scoring a brilliant solo try.   

An excellent end to half-term for the Under 12B hockey team who remain unbeaten so far this season.  They won 8-0 vs Saffron Walden on Friday and 5-1 vs Bedford Modern on Saturday. Congratulations to Lily Smith who scored a hat-trick on Friday. The Under 15A team performed exceptionally well against Bedford Modern on Saturday, winning 3-1 with Player of the Match awarded to Hannah Knightbridge for her hat-trick endeavours. 

Last weekend, Maddy Gale and Jack Elsworth participated in the Under 23 British National Fencing Championships. Jack did well to reach the Last 64 and Maddy had a great day, finishing 14  - as a result she has been rewarded with selection for Great Britian in the Under 20 World Cup later this year.   

An excellent week of football saw the First XI pick up a huge 10-1 win in the English Schools FA Cup with goals coming from Mason Murray (3), John Sasere (2), Isaac Ng (2), Ollie Moore, Fin Turner and Zach Davidson against Newstead School. This followed a 3-0 win against Ibstock Place in the Elgin League with the Second XI winning 2-0, the Third XI 8-0 and the Fourth XI, a quite staggering 14-0. 

On Wednesday, the Under 14A team also picked up an excellent win in the English Schools FA Cup with a 4-1 win over Harris Academy Dulwich. In an excellent performance Max Porteous and Freddie Thorn showed their dominance in defence while there were also excellent performances from Luke Nash, Tom Arnold and Stanley Skipper.

Fantastic swimming news to finish,  the junior girls are 3rd reserve for the medley relay  while the Intermediate boys team have qualified for nationals in both the front crawl and medley relays. 

Lower Sixth student Ethan Brooks has enjoyed outstanding success in the final two rounds of the Ginetta Junior Championship. At Silverstone on 28th and 29th September, Ethan put in a stunning lap in qualifying to qualify 2nd on the grid, just 0.012 seconds behind pole position. 


As a result, Ethan came away from the race weekend with a fantastic Rookie podium finish, his first in the series. Ethan then carried this momentum into Brands Hatch, where a drying track in qualifying made conditions very tricky, but Ethan rose to the challenge again qualifying p2 and showing his true pace in the car. 


After finishing an excellent 4th and top rookie in a slippery race 1, Ethan’s charge in race 2 really showed his true potential. With several safety cars, a soaking track and fading light, conditions were less than ideal but Ethan charged through from 5th on the grid to pass 3 cars in one lap and challenge for the lead. Unfortunately, he could not quite get the move done and finished 3rd overall, claiming his first overall podium and another rookie win. 


Sunday brought grey skies and the prospect of more rain for the ITV4 televised race. Ethan once again rose to the challenge and a red flag halted an epic 4-car battle, which saw Ethan lead the race. Ethan was once again standing on both the overall podium with a 3rd place finish, and the rookie podium, completing a hat trick of rookie wins to complete a sensational weekend.