v Sir William Borlase's Grammar School: U14A won 3-0; U14B lost 2-1; U12A lost 4-1; U12B won 6-2; U12C lost 3-2; U12D won 4-1.
v Dean Close: 1st XI lost 3-0; 2nd XI won 4-1; 3rd XI drew 2-2; U16A lost 3-1; U16B lost 2-0; U15A lost 4-3; U15B won 5-0; U14A drew 0-0; U14B won 1-0; U14C won 5-1.
County Tournament: The U14s played their rearranged county tournament on Wednesday. 1-0 wins over Abingdon and Bloxham were followed with a 2-1 win v St Edward’s. They then played a strong Radley side, but sadly lost 1-0 to finish 2nd overall. This is an excellent achievement, as they now go on to the regional finals.
v Wycombe Abbey: 1st VII lost 30-11; 2nd VII lost 29-12; 3rd VII lost 23-11.
v Kingham Hill: 1st XI won 4-0; 2nd XI won 7-0; 3rd XI won 5-1.
v St Edward's: 1st XI won 5-0' 2nd XI won 9-0; 3rd XI won 4-1; U16A won 7-0.
v Burford: 1st team won 70-20.
v Eton: 1st team won 31-30.
The whole cross country squad was in action last week at the County Championships at Radley. Both the senior and junior boys came 2nd in their age groups, with the senior girls going one better and being crowned county champions - well done to all of the team.
Individually Freddie Jones, Ben Sims, Robert Doorly and Poppy Webb have all been selected to run for Oxfordshire at the English Schools Cross Country Championships in Leeds on 16 March - we wish them all the best.
King Henry VIII Relay: Congratulations to the Senior Boys and Girls who competed in the National Relay championships this week at King Henry the VIII School in Coventry. Both teams competed incredibly well against the top athletes in their age groups, coming from as far away as Truro in Cornwall and Loreto on Scotland.
The Senior Boys A team finished 27th out of 56 schools and the senior girls finished 23rd out of 38 schools. Well done to the Boys Senior B team who also managed to beat the Bloxham A team squad! Poppy Webb and Rob Doorly finished with the fastest times from each squad.
Congratulations to all those who competed at the County Championships on Thursday. Particularly well done to Kiarash Shaddel who won the U19 title.
The U14 side played extremely well to reach the final and were unlucky not to win on the day. Well done to all those involved.
Team of the week – The 1st team football side for their convincing wins v Kingham Hill & St Edward’s.