Read all the latest updates from the Sports Department
In hockey, the boys' 1st XI have reached the Semi Finals of the Tier 2 England Hockey National Knockout Cup. This was after an epic 2-2 draw and victory by sudden death penalty strokes versus rivals Tonbridge in the last 16 and then followed by an impressive 5-1 away win at Rugby. They will now compete at Lee Valley Hockey Stadium in early May.
In the recent set of fixtures v Tonbridge, Charterhouse enjoyed 4 wins and 3 draws.
The boys' U14D have won the inaugural 'Charter-Hurst' Cup played for across the term in a series of home and away matches versus Hurst.
In fencing, Toby Berry was the standout performer at the recent Public Schools Fencing Championships. He finished as runner up in the boys' junior epee competition having fought all the way to the final out of 80 first round fencers - a fantastic achievement.
Girls football squad has enjoyed recent victories over Bedales, KCS, Wimbledon, Sevenoaks and also Guidlford High - finishing their season on a successful note.
In Golf, the squad won the plate competition of the Gerald Micklem Trophy played at Woking Golf Club with hard fought victories over Rugby and versus Stowe in the final.
The U19 waterpolo squad reached the ESSA National Plate Finals whilst they have also enjoyed recent wins over Cranleigh and Winchester.
In tennis, the boys' 1st team squad defeated Haileybury and the girls' drew in a pre-season set of matches. The boys' have also defeated KES Witley in the first round of the Team Tennis Schools National Championships - they now face Reed's in Round 2. A tight affair with the deciding game in the first pair of the doubles being won in a final set match tie break 10-8, coming back from 5-8!
In swimming at the Bath Cup, the girls' squad did very well with all girls swimming their best times to date in both the 4X 50m Freestyle relay and 4 x 50 Medley relay.
The boy’s team swam the 4 x 100m Freestyle, the jewel in the crown event in a time of 4.06.85 which was just over a second faster than last year. In the afternoon they also swam the Otter Medley with excellent times from all swimmers. The team was a pleasure to take and all were great ambassadors for Charterhouse.
The 1st V squash enjoyed a highly competitive day's squash at the Roehampton Tournament coming fourth out of eight teams. They reached the semi final after epic matches v Harrow 10-13, Radley 12-6 and Sevenoaks 12-11, eventually losing to Epsom in the semi-final.
Elsewhere, the golf and squash teams recently hosted Bishop's College, from Cape Town during their recent tour.
Next week - there are team competing in the racquets and Fives Public Schools Championships whilst the School run the annual Pontifex cross country race. Lots of sport going on right up to the end of Quarter.
A special mention also to the Old Carthusians Football Club 1st XI who will compete in three knockout Cup Finals in the coming weeks, including the Arthur Dunn Final versus Old Etonians in April - an amazing accomplishment to be competing in so many competitions!