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In fives, Charterhouse hosted the Vargas Salver Tournament where the team finished second overall.
In hockey, the recent Friday Night Lights extravaganza versus St George’s College was a real success and sporting spectacle as a whole school event.
The boys’ 1st XI has reached the National Cup Tier 2 Last 16 following an impressive 6-1 win over Portsmouth Grammar School.
The squad also lost in the plate final of the St George’s Sixes – a fine achievement finishing runners up in their qualifying group behind eventual tournament winners Reed’s.
Elsewhere, there was an excellent Saturday afternoon of junior house hockey recently enjoyed by pupils, parents and staff alike.
At the Guildford Schools Swimming Gala, there were several personal bests achieved, with Niklas Amon winning the 50m Backstroke.
The boys’ and girls’ squads recently enjoyed coaching from South African Olympic and Commonwealth swimmer Leith Shankland as they prepare to compete at the annual Bath Cup at the London Aquatics Centre.
In squash, the 1st V reached the final of the regional qualifiers for the U19 National Finals, losing out to a very strong Peter Symonds squad.
The lacrosse squad enjoyed a wet and muddy weekend at the Schools National Championships in Aldershot at the start of March.
In racquets, there were notable wins for the Colts pairs versus Clifton College.
Waterpolo will compete in the ESSA Plate Final in Northampton.
Golf drew versus the Old Carthusians in a weather dominated match up at Worplesdon.
Charlie Goutkin-Smith recently represented the ISFA U14s national football squad.
Emile Jurgens and Max Fairfull both trained with their respective ESSKIA national age squads in Norway during February.
Finally, there are a busy few weeks ahead in sport with Public Schools Championships running in fencing, fives and racquets with the golf squad competing at the Gerald Micklem knockout tournament.