16 May 2023
Sports Report   Trinity – Week 4

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Sports Report   Trinity – Week 5

Fixtures: 8th – 14th May 2023


Congratulations to the girls who played St Edward’s on Wednesday, in their first competitive fixture, winning by 25 runs.

The U13A’s had a good win against John Hampden GS on Friday, James Fendius top scored and Alex Diosi, Nihal Dhwar and Jay Kapadia took 2 wickets a piece.

Saturday saw the 1st XI make it 4 wins from 4, winning by 5 wickets. Henry Welch took 4 wickets and Arthur Hanson 3, on debut.

The 15A’s had a good win in preparation for their National Cup game vs Stowe on Thursday. Ben Harkness and Alexa Tervet scoring most of the runs. Sammy Parker’s retiring at 50 not out helped the 15Bs to a 28 run victory. Ollie Martin scored a half century in the 14A’s, with the team winning by 16 runs.

A busy week ahead with 3 cup matches and a full block vs Bloxham on Saturday.


Another excellent week of tennis, spear-headed by a brilliant doubles’ festival on Saturday, where several parents supported the competitive spirit of the U11, U12 and U13 teams.

There was some outstanding effort in the block fixture against Bradfield College which ended in a draw, with stand-out performances from Louis Yi and Dennis Croft in the 1st team.

In the week ahead, there's’ some further exciting fixtures against Abingdon, and the Radley Tennis Festival on Sunday.


On the 13th of May two MCS teams ventured to Chew Valley sailing club on the outskirts of Bristol for the BSDRA western championships, the first event of the summer season leading up to the national championships. 8 races were sailed by both teams in the first stage, the 1sts ended stage 1 in top position with a 100% win rate – consisting entirely of 1,2 combinations, with the seconds ending on 50% wins, and therefore finishing the day in sixth overall. The 1sts progressed to their semi-final against RGS Guildford and eventually took the best of three competition 2:0 after some huge wind shifts and holes in the wind led to some delays. The final took place against Sherborne and it was another best of three event. The first race was won in a dominant 123 by MCS, the second race of the final was a much closer affair, but MCS prevailed winning with a 124 to take the event win.

Town and Gown 10K

Congratulations and a heartfelt thank you to all from the MCS community – including students, staff, parents, OW’s friends and families who ran in the Oxford Town and Gown 10km run yesterday, raising money for The Mustardseed foundation.

Team of the week is the Girls cricket team for their 25-run victory versus St Edward’s.