A Round-Up of Sport

Read all the latest updates from the Sports Department

In athletics, at the annual Lord Burghley Trophy event at Eton, Alex O’Callaghan Brown broke the School record in the 400m (49.5s) and for his 2nd place in the 110m Hurdles and 3rd place in the 100m – he was awarded the certificate for the best senior track athlete of the day. Special note to Jeremy Ogbonna for winning the intermediate High Jump with a jump of 1.75m.

Congratulations – to the following athletes who have been selected to compete at the Surrey Schools’ Athletics Championships on Saturday 8 June as part of the Waverley District team:

U19 Boys

Hector Platt – 200m
Alex O’Callaghan Brown – 400m Hurdles
Jon Hodson – High Jump
Hartley Connell – High Jump
Henry Rowland – Long Jump
Angus Thomson – Long Jump
Rob Parham – Javelin

U17 Boys

Hameed Belo-Osagie – 200m
Hayden Brown – 100m Hurdles
Joshua Diri – High Jump
Jeremy Ogbonna – High Jump

U15 Boys

Toby Xi – 80m Hurdles
Finn Lakin – 80m Hurdles
Rupert Ferguson – 80m Hurdles

In cricket, both the 1st and 2nd XIs enjoyed wins over the OCs on Carthusian Day, whilst the 2nd XI also savoured a rare 9 wicket win over Harrow chasing down a mammoth score of 255 for the loss of just one wicket. Elsewhere, the U14As have progressed to the quarter finals of the Surrey Schools 20/20 knockout cup competition where they face KCS, Wimbledon.

In tennis, in the Boys’ School Singles – Andrew Bartlett won the senior event and Jamie Richardson won the junior event.  Lockites won senior house tennis, beating Weekites in the final. The Smith family won the annual family doubles competition, coming through an excellent match against the Dovell family in the final held on Carthusian Day. There have also been a series of impressive wins over Dulwich whilst the girls’ squad played their first ever match against Westminster.

In Year 9 house water polo Saunderites were the winners finishing ahead of Bodeites in second place. In the swimming inter-house relays, it was another great success with Saunderites running out as winners. Robinites are to be commended for joining in with very few swimmers including two fourths and achieving such a great time!

Once again the charity school Aquathon, 200m swim followed by a 2.5 km run, will be staged at the QSC on  Sunday 16 June at 3.00 pm. All proceeds will go to James McGowan Memorial Fund at C-R-Y to fund further screening and research into Young Sudden Cardiac Death.



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