05 Jun 2023
Sports Report Trinity – Week 6

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Sports Report Trinity – Week 6

Fixtures: 22nd – 28th May


The U12A’s beat Wheatley Park by 2 runs in the County Cup and will now face Abingdon in the Semi Final.

The u14A’s were also in County Cup action, beating Burford by 75 runs to progress to the last 4.

The U14B’s beat Bruern Abbey by 25 runs - Arnold Yin and Will Poulter both scored half centuries.


The last week before half term saw MCS win a big block against Stowe 8-1.

The U14ABC, U15BC & Seniors 1sts, 2nds & 3rds all won, with the Senior Girls the only team to lose against a strong Girls team from Stowe.

Louis Yi & Dennis Croft were superb in the Senior Boys 1sts match winning a tight deciding set to take the victory.

The U15As progressed in the National Cup with a fine 8-4 win against a very good Radley College side and the U15B’s cruised to victory 10-2 against St Edwards.

The busiest week of the year lies ahead with 17 Tennis teams in action on Saturday this week. Good luck to all involved!


The rowing squad travelled to Dorney Lake over the first weekend of half term for the National Schools Regatta, the biggest junior rowing event of the year. 30 rowers competed across 9 categories, with excellent performances from all, but with special mentions to Peter Crossley in the J18 single and Lachlan Alexander and Luke Turnyanskiy in the J18 double, who raced in the B finals, placing them in the top 16 in the country in their respective events.


Over the half term MCS sailors competed in the 2023 RS Feva National Championships at Plas Heli in Pwllheli, Wales. The championship consisted of four days of challenging sailing in a huge fleet of 93 boats in the Tremadog bay. Most boats entered were from sailing clubs, not schools, so MCS had an even more competitive week. All MCS boats qualified for the silver flight, with Daniel Larsen crewed by George Aldridge achieving 9th. Mathis Ivanovic crewed by James Fuller came 42nd, and Charlton Yao crewed by Nikhil Hauser came 45th, an impressive result as they were the youngest MCS crew taking part in the event. Overall, the MCS Fevas came 56th, 89th, and 92nd. Daniel Larsen and George Aldridge have set a school record with their result, beating the school’s previous high score over the five years in which MCS have competed in the National Championships by 15 places. Well done to all MCS sailors for performing so well in such a competitive event.