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First Ever U14 Girls' Match

Thursday 5 May 2022 marked a historic moment in Charterhouse's history, as the first ever U14 Girls' Cricket match took place at home to a very strong Surbiton High side.

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CCRS Club Matches Weekend

Charterhouse celebrated both individual and team success at the Council for Cadet Rifle Shooting (CCRS) Club Matches last weekend. 

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Charterhouse U18s beat RGS

On 12 May, Charterhouse U18s beat RGS Guildford 52-49, with players from Year 13, Year 12, and Year 10 (playing against boys three years older than them). This capped off a terrific basketball season with the squad winning 19 of 27 games.

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Girls' House Cricket

The finals of Girls' Year 12 House Cricket took place on a sunny afternoon the Tuesday after Leave Weekend. This year’s tournament mirrored the boys' competition, with teams made up of six players and five over per side matches where all players apart from the wicket keeper required to bowl.

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Anyone for Tennis!

The Charterhouse Tennis Programme continues to grow from strength to strength. Courts constantly filled and competition for places in teams as high as it has ever been. From the Senior ISL side to the boys' U14E team, we have had numerous teams in action so far with numerous highlights.

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A Round-up of Sport

Immediately after Leave Weekend, our boys travelled to Radley for their relays event, narrowly missing out on a medal in the Inters 4 x 100m and Senior Medley. Meanwhile, junior girls had plenty of success at the St Catherine’s relays. Congratulations also to the 1st XI boys who have enjoyed excellent victories over the Marylebone Cricket Club and KES Southampton. 

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A Round-up of Sport

The Cricket season has begun in stunning weather and highly contested matches: The 1st XI has played four matches, beating RGS Guildford and Radley, narrowly losing to Whitgift and heavily to Hurst. It has also been an action-packed start to the Tennis season with all 27 courts packed during the sports afternoons. Read the full report here.

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