01 Jul 2019
Sports Report – Trinity – Week 9, Week Commencing – 24th June

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v Melbourne Grammar School

1st XI won by 49 runs

U16s won by 52 runs v their 2nd XI

v Trent College

The 1st XI won their 2 day fixture by 80 runs. This was a brilliant experience for the team including centuries for Louis Mase & Ollie Price. Harry Startin also took his first 5 wicket haul for the school.

MCS Cricket Festival

The U15s won the festival for the first time in 5 years with 3 wins out 4. A close win v The Perse was then followed up by victories over KES Birmingham and Brighton College with James Coles scoring two centuries in successive games. The boys lost their last game v Prior Park by a narrow margin, but the tournament was already decided by then. Well done to captain Will Price and his team.

v Bedford School

1st XI lost by 7 wickets

2nd XI won by 9 wickets

U15A lost by 10 runs

U15B lost by 51 runs

U15C lost by 6 wickets

U14A lost by 3 wickets

U14B also lost against another strong opposition

v Portsmouth Grammar School

U13A lost by 5 wickets

U13B won by 37 runs

U12A won by 28 runs


v Bishops Diocesan College

1st team lost 6-3, but it was a great experience against the touring side from Cape Town.


1st team beat Leicester Grammar School and St George’s Weybridge for the first time. They then progressed to the last 16, which is a first for the school and narrowly lost to Bradfield in single set shootout. The U15s also performed extremely well against a number of tough oppositions. Well done to Zain Ali, Guy Wilkinson, Nathan Patel and Rupert Smith for their efforts on a challenging weekend.

MCS Tennis Festival

Well done to Felipe Stervid, who finished 3rd overall in the U15 Festival last week. There was also strong performances from Nathan Patel and Guy Wilkinson.


The final Saturday of term saw the athletes return to Marlborough to take on the hosts as well as other visiting teams of Abingdon, Kingswood, St Edward’s, Lord Wandsworth College and Winchester House. Both of the Junior and the Senior teams finished runners up and the Inter team finished in a commendable 4th place. In the senior competition Jack Ashton won the Hurdles in the A string, several good performances saw Conor Rees win the B string 800m and Michael Geaney winning the B string long jump.

In the Junior Boys Ben Sims won the 1500m by 16 seconds in a fine time of 4 minutes and 36 seconds, Jack Lipman came second in the 800m in another personal best time of 2 minutes 11 seconds, Andre Ljubic came second in the high jump and Felix Macphail came second in the long jump.

And in the inter boys returning yr 11 athlete Oyare Aneju won the 400m and came second in the discus. His younger brother Ebo came second in the triple jump but performance of the day goes to an athlete that has had a superb season – going from strength to strength – Roshan Mowat who gained another PB by jumping 1.90metres in the high jump. This is quite staggering as Roshan is only 1.82m tall!

Team of the week – 1st team tennis players for finishing in the last 16 at ISTA

Performance of the day – James Coles for his back to back centuries v KES B’ham (113) and Brighton College (126*)