Please see below for the Michaelmas Term sporting results of the first school teams. Click here for more information.

Badminton (Mixed U18A)

25 September – vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith (A) TBC

2 October – lost vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith (H) – 14-4 | “Boys played a spirited match but were sadly beaten by good opposition. A game of round the world finished the match off nicely.”

12 October – vs. St Peter’s School, York (H) – Postponed

16 October – vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith (H) – Cancelled

6 November – vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith (A)

13 November – vs. Durham School (H)


Basketball (1st V)

18 September – lost vs. Limehouse School (A) 34-32 | “The Wolves narrowly lost in what was a pulsating game. Sedbergh raced to a 10 point lead in the first quarter, with some outstanding shooting from Jin Nishikawa. This lead was maintained through the second and third quarters and the Wolves were cruising. There were some consistently strong performances from Ikemdi Ajaero and Kevin Gao. As well as this, Finn Baker was a colossus under the basket and the rebound king, always keeping his composure, despite the opposition literally wrestling with him on the floor at one point. A special mention must also go to Angus Woods who, in his first game for the school, scored not one but two 3 point shots with two attempts. The game looked to be comfortable but in the 4th quarter Limehouse found their scoring touch and began to sink unanswered basket after unanswered basket. At this point Sedbergh shrank slightly and began to resemble sheep in wolves clothing. The game was tied with 30 seconds to go and unfortunately Limehouse sunk the winning score. The Wolves learned a valuable lesson; that when the pressure is on, we must step up and make those crucial game winning shots. Despite the loss, the team played well and most importantly remained positive throughout and always supported and encouraged each other. We are already looking forward to the rematch in a few weeks.”

25th September – lost vs. Rossall School (H) 54-25

2 October – vs. Limehouse School (H) – Cancelled

5 October – lost vs. Rossall School (A) 71-37

9 October – vs. Rossall School (A) – Postponed


Football (1st XI)

18 September – won vs. Rossall School (H) 2-1

2 October – vs. Limehouse School (H) – Cancelled

5 October – vs. Rossall School (A) – Postponed

16 October – vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith Boys-U18C (H) – TBC

6 November – vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Penrith Boys-U18C (A)

13 November – vs. Limehouse School (A)


Golf (1st)

14 September – won vs. Ampleforth College (H) (Tournament)


Hockey

Girls U18 A/1st XI

7 September – won vs. Rugby School 1-0 (Tournament) | 18 girls travelled to Rugby to play seven twenty minute training games. After a slow start against Dean Close that saw Sedbergh go 1-0 down the girls began to compete better in the midfield and break the opponents high press. This resulted in Sedbergh having the better chances later in the game and equalising through Chess Cooke after fine work from Issy Flanagan down the right. Two well executed short corner goals from Beth Dowbiggin and two open play goals by Tash Cookson brushed Rugby B aside whilst six goals were put past Barnard Castle in the third game. A change of pitch saw Sedbergh dominate play against a well drilled and gutsy Bromsgrove but despite the lion’s share of possession and six short corners Sedbergh were unable to break the deadlock. Sedbergh found their touch in front of goal returned against Princethorpe and Newcastle Under Lyme where Chess Cooke scored her sixth goal and Tash Cookson her fifth. In the six pool games 4 were won and 2 drawn placing Sedbergh second behind Dean Close who had won 5 and drawn 1. In the third versus fourth play off Sedbergh again dominated possession and finally broke Cheltenham’s resistance with a late goal from Tash Cookson. 

10 September – lost vs. Repton School (A) 11-0 (National League)

11 September – won vs. St. Albans – Argentina (H) 11-0 (On Tour)

14 September – won vs. Trent College (A) 4-1

15 September – won vs. Old Sedberghians (H) 3-1 (Friendly)

18 September – won vs. The Grange School, Northwich (H) 4-1 (National Cup – Round 1)

25 September – lost vs. Cheadle Hulme School (A) 1-0

2 October – U18 Cumbria Hockey Finals: won vs. Trinity College 4-0, won vs. Queen Elizabeth School (QES) 1-0, won vs. Austin Friars School 1-0, won vs. Windermere School 6-0

5 October – won vs. RGS Newcastle (A) 5-1

9 October – won vs. Pocklington School (N) (Friendly) 6-4

14 November – lost vs. Cheadle Hulme School (A) 2-0 (National Cup Round 2)

16 November – won vs. St. Peter’s School, York (H) 1-0

22 November – lost vs. Oakham School (H) 2-1

29 November – vs. Rossall School (A) – Cancelled

4 December – lost vs. Millfield School (A) 4-1 (Friendly)

18 January – vs. RGS Newcastle (A) (Friendly)


Netball (U18 A/1st VII)

15th September – won vs. Old Sedberghians (H) 36-21

21 September – drew vs. Woodhouse Grove School (H) 29-29

3 October – won vs. RGS Newcastle (H) 46-30 (National Cup – Round 2)

9 October – won – South Lakes U19s Netball Tournament (H) (Tournament)

16 October – won vs. St. Peter’s York Super 7s (N) (Tournament)

13 November – County Finals (County Cup) (H) – Won

20 November – won vs. Stockport Grammar School (H) 36-15

27 November – won vs. Durham High School for Girls (National Cup Round 4) (A) 53-40

2 December – won vs. Lymm High School (National Cup Round 5) (A) 52-21

11 January – vs. RGS Newcastle (H)

29 January – vs. The Grammar School at Leeds (H)

1 February – vs. Woodhouse Grove School (A)

8 February – vs. Bradford Grammar School (H)

12 February – vs. Stockport Grammar School (A)


Rugby (U18 A/1st XV)

8 September – won vs. Whitgift School 27-7 (H) (Daily Mail Trophy)

14 September – won vs. RGS Newcastle 41-12 (H) (Daily Mail Trophy)

20 September – won vs. Woodhouse Grove School 39-11 (N) (Daily Mail Trophy)

27 September – won vs. Denstone College (H) 32-7 (Daily Mail Trophy)

5 October – vs. Durham School (A) – Cancelled (Daily Mail Trophy)

12 October – won vs. St Peter’s School, York (A) 59-12 (Daily Mail Trophy)

18 October – won vs. Blackrock College (H) 26-23 (Friendly)

9 November – won vs. Lancaster Royal Grammar School (H) 67-17 (Daily Mail Trophy)

16 November – won vs. Haileybury (A) 47-5 (Daily Mail Trophy)

27 November – won vs. Wellington College (N) 20-10 (Daily Mail Trophy)

4 December – lost vs. Millfield School (A) 16-5 (Daily Mail Trophy)

7 December – won vs. Llandovery College (H) 32-7 (Friendly)


Running (Mixed U18 M)

14 September – Invitational XC Challenge (H) –

The cross country season commenced with a fixture at Sedbergh School involving teams from Shrewsbury School, St. Anselm’s College, Ermysted’s, George Heriot’s, Sedbergh Prep School, Sedbergh OS and Old Salopians. Notable performances came from Alicia Newing who was first Sedbergh girl in the Intermediate race and Molly Barrett and Alice Hollins who were first equal in the Senior Girls race. Unfortunately, no other school was able to field a girls team. The stand out performance of the day came from Fraser Sproul (Yr 11) who ran in the Senior Race. There were national vest athletes and OS in this strong field. Fraser ran a tremendous race to win convincingly.

Results:

Junior Boys: 1. Ermysted’s  2. St. Anselm’s  3. Sedbergh

Intermediate Boys: 1. St. Anselm’s  2. Shrewsbury  3. Sedbergh

Senior Boys: 1. Ermysted’s  2. Shrewsbury  3. George Heriot’s

Intermediate Girls & Senior Girls: 1. Sedbergh

OS: 1. Ben Van Dijk (H 14-18)  2. Archie Campbell (W 12-14)  3. Johnny Campbell (SH 12-16)

6 October – English Schools Fell Running Championships, National Open (Giggleswick) –

Fraser Sproul – Intermediate Boys Champion 2019

English Schools Fell Running Championships – Congratulations to Noah, Percy and George, helping the Senior Boys Team to a hard won third place.


Table Tennis (Mixed U18 A)

25 September – won vs. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS) Penrith (A)


Tennis (Boys U15 A)

26 September – lost vs. Altringham GS (A) (National Cup Round 1) 3-0