29 Jan 2024
Weekly Sports report – Week 3 - Hilary W/C: Monday 22nd January

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Weekly Sports report – Week 3 - Hilary W/C: Monday 22nd January


Well done to the U16As for their emphatic 2-1 victory over Bradfield in Round 2 on the National Cup. Saturday saw a wide range of competitive matches played across all age groups against KES Southampton. There were a number of tightly contested battles and a great display of Hockey across the board. In an 11-goal thriller, the 1st XI claimed their victory over KES, 7 goals to 4. Congratulation to Rob Lecane and Ross Mabon on making their 1st XI debuts.


A tough day at the office for our netball girls vs Teddies. The 1st team were dominant in defence making countless turnovers but struggled to turn the turnovers into goals. The 2nd and 3rd teams had a similar theme on their courts. Lots of positives to work on in the run up to this weeks home fixtures vs Headington.


The footballers took to the field against Radley College on Saturday. Too many errors cost the 1st XI, and a competitive Radley side dominated throughout. The final score was 5-0 to Radley. An improved display from the 2nd and 3rd XI, saw two competitive fixtures. The 2nds lost 7-2 and the 3rd XI, 9-4, with Alex Maynard Scoring a Hatrick. Our U16 team managed to continue their 100% record against a strong Radley team, winning 6-2. 4 goals from Ethan McMillan.


U18 Basketball Team won 37-25 versus Bloxham U16 Basketball Team (comprising just U4 players) lost 27 points to 59 versus Abingdon U16s. Cross-country Well done to all of the runners who competed in the County Championships at Radley on Tuesday. In the senior girls Sara Hauser finished 4th, Bea Huxter 10th and Alice Kupce 11th. In the senior boys Freddie Jones finished 13th . Zac Hyde finished 15th in the Inter boys.


On Saturday the MCS sailors competed against teams from Claires Court and Oxford Sailing Club. The event was won by Daniel Larsen and George Aldridge, who won all but one of the races. 2nd and 3rd places were taken by boats from Claires Court. Charlton Yao and Nikhil Hauser were the first Lower 4th boat. Well done to all who competed T

he team of the week is the U16A hockey team.