Hugo D enjoyed a wonderful taste of the Championship turf over the summer having qualified for the U14 ‘Road to Wimbledon’ National Finals - the only boy of his age to reach the finals at this age group.
Former RGS Worcester pupil will play with Wayne Rooney (ex England Captain) at Derby County Football Club.
On the 5th September, Eastbourne College pupils and staff took a short stroll down to the beachfront to take part in their annual Aquathlon.
Year 9 student, Sophia Warren, has recently been selected for the U15 Girls England Hockey Performance Centre. Sophia attended trials at Merchant Taylors’ School earlier this summer and was selected from a pool of players from across the seven counties of the East Anglia region.
Following the Futures Cup at the end of August, Cranleigh have seven athletes across all four squads attending the first England hockey training sessions over the next two weekends.
Harry Dawes is second in the Welsh rankings and has moved up to 14th in the UK standings for his age group.
West Buckland School’s Jono Williams has performed outstandingly by winning a bronze medal in the U21 GB team in Target Sprint (shooting and running) in July.
St Benedict's sixth form student Thomas Curtis has been honoured for his work in the local community, and has been named Junior Volunteer of the Year in the Ealing Sports Awards 2019.
On Monday 2 September, the Bede’s U15 Girls Cricket team were declared national champions for the second time in 2019 when they won the National Schools Sports Magazine final, hosted at Felsted School in Essex.
Truro High School student Amy Shaw has moved a step closer to her dream of playing Olympic Hockey for Team GB this summer by securing a place to study Sports Performance at Bath University.