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Senior Sports Board June 24th

U14 cricket v St Teresas


U14 v St Teresas

U14 cricket v St Teresas

On Wednesday the U14 cricketers travelled to St Teresa’s for matches. Lovely games were played in the sunshine with both schools fielding and batting very well. The games were both very close with St Teresa’s winning the first match by 244 runs to 232 and Notre Dame won the second game by 248 runs to 246. Congratulations to everyone who played.

Team 1: Lara D, Lois E, Olivia O, Hanna A-D, Lily-Ella B, Katie B, Preeti G, Dorothy P

Team 2: Miila E, Alisha K, Virna Z V, Ciara S, Lucy R, Tatum P, Charlotte M, Rebecca P

Walton Firs

The last group of Year 8 with their buggies!

Year 8 Walton Firs June 23

Miss Dudgeon

Sports Day

Today, the Senior School headed to Guildford for Sports Day. Lots of fantastic PBs and results. A full report will be in next week’s Friday Mailing.

Outside School Sporting Success

We love to hear about your daughters’ achievements in sport outside school. Please do share any photos and news with us and we will include it in the Friday Mailing! (email


On Friday 27 May, Sasha K and her team mates from Kingston Rowing Club took part in the National Schools Regatta at Eton Dorney in the WJ15 quadruple sculls.

Sasha K - National Schools Regatta June 2022

The format of the regatta was a 1km time trial for all boats followed by a 1km side by side final for the fastest 6 boats.

Sasha’s boat was fifth in the time trial beating 69 other national crews therefore qualifying for the final. After a very competitive race in the final, they improved their position and time to finish fourth in the country overall – a fantastic achievement for the girls!

Sasha K - Henley Womens' Regatta

During May half term, Sasha took part in internal ranking races at Kingston Rowing Club. As a result of her performance, she was asked to row up an age group and take part in the Henley Women’s Regatta as a member of the WJ16 quad. The quad was a very young crew as three of the team (including Sasha) were J15 and only one was J16.

On Friday, the team competed in a time trial over 1400m to decide which crews would qualify for side-by-side racing on Saturday. There were 29 crews competing and only top 8 would make it through to Saturday.

Sasha and her team put in a superb performance to qualify for the finals on Saturday. It was the first time that Kingston Rowing Club had ever managed to qualify a WJ16 crew into finals day at Henley and the coaches were understandably very proud of the team. Despite putting up a great fight in Saturday’s racing, the team were unable to progress to the semi-finals. However, finishing joint 5th in the country at Henley was a monumental achievement for the team and gives them a great platform for next year!

The next races for Sasha and her crew will be Kingston Regatta on 9/10 July and then British Rowing Junior Championships on 15/16/17 July.

Good luck to Sasha and her crew!

The rowing photo credits:  AllMarkOne