11 Mar 2019
Sports Report – Hilary – Week 8, Week Commencing – 4th March

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Regional Tournament

The U14s played at the regional tournament last week. It was a challenging day, but the boys performed extremely well. Their best performances were close 1-0 losses v Wellington & Kings Winchester.

v Calday Grange

U15A lost 4-2 in the quarter finals of the National Cup. This has been a great run and the team should be pleased with their progress this term.

v Merchant Taylor’s

1st XI lost 5-2

2nd XI drew 2-2

U16A lost 2-1

U16B lost 6-1

U15A won 3-1

U15B drew 0-0

U15C lost 6-1

U14A drew 4-4

U14B won 2-0

U14C lost 4-0

U14D lost 4-0


v Wood Green

1st team lost 41-30


v d’Overbeock’s

2nd VII won 19-8

SHSK Tournament

The girls lost their first match to SHSK 9-6, but then followed this up with wins over Headington, Stowe and Cokethorpe in the group. They then played, and beat, Queen Anne’s in the semi-final. A convincing 14-9 in the final v Stowe saw the girls win the tournament for the first time, which is a fantastic achievement. (Trophy to be presented)

Rugby 7s

KES Stratford

The U18s qualified for the semi-final, where they played Stowe. Despite a strong performance, they lost narrowly 21-19.

KES Birmingham

The U12s played extremely well, winning three and losing three. In this round robin format, it is hard to work out exactly where they finished. However, this is roughly 6th of 16.


National Team Tennis Finals – Bolton

The team started with a convincing 6-0 win v Perse with Sammy Lion-Cachet and Dan Milner playing well. They then moved on to play Felsted who had looked strong in their first game. However, excellent starts from Alex Ridley & Josh Wierszycki soon saw MCS ahead and they went on to win 5-1. The boys then played Rugby in what was effectively a semi-final. Another convincing 5-1 win saw them into the final. Ridley and Wiersyzcki won their singles sets before Max Chopping produced what Mr Tuck describes as the set of the tournament to win and put MCS ahead 3-0. Another win in the doubles saw MCS win by 4 sets to 2 and retain their National Title.

Cross Country

Well done to all those who ran in the house cross country last week.

The individual race winners were:

Junior Boys – Freddie Jones

Inter Boys – Ben Sims