20 Oct 2021
Christmas Term 2021 - Sports Report Week 7

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Christmas Term 2021 - Week 7 Sports Report

Rowing - Dart Totnes Autumn Head

The Rowing Club kicked off their season at Dart Totnes Autumn Head. With a start list comprising crews from Westminster School to Exeter Rowing Club, competition was fierce. All 23 pupils gained some valuable experience and some their first ever race. There were some great rows in the Junior 18 doubles and pairs and singles with several second and third place finishes. The Men’s Fours raced well and set good benchmarks to build upon for the rest of the season.

Dan Coupe and Archie Gardiner were victorious in both the Novice Double and the Open Pair. Despite these events containing older athletes, they were able to keep their composure and technique better than their opponents on both occasions

After racing in the single sculls events in the morning division, Joanna Way, Agnes Brooke, Martha Warren-Barratt and Buzz Borneman coxed by Imy Woodcock cruised to victory in the Women’s Senior C Coxed Four event. With their best rowing of the season they dominated the race from the first stroke and the result was never in doubt.

Hockey v Malvern College and Cranleigh

Last week saw the 1st XI on a 300 mile long road trip for their third EH U18 Tier 1 league match away at Malvern College, whilst there was also a tough block fixture versus Cranleigh.

1st XI v Malvern College: won 2-1

The 1st XI secured 3 valuable away points to move to 6 points and second place in the U18 Tier 1 West league with two wins out of three following a hard fought 2-1 victory away at Malvern. The journey was long but straight forward and the team warmed up well ahead of the game. However, we started slowly, conceding a penalty stroke within the first three minutes as one of their talented midfielders ran directly at us. This 0-1 deficit was wiped out ten minutes later when Bella Hunter made an instant impact off the bench to equalise from close range following a string of saves. A minute later we had turned the game on its head when Bella was taken out by their keeper in a 1v1 situation following a perfectly timed pass from Georgie Boon, to earn a penalty stroke. Georgie stepped up to convert in the bottom corner and we led 2-1. Chances followed in the remainder of the game for both teams as an attritional midfield battle condensed space and made the game edgy. Molly Taylor was strong defensively, whilst we kept pouring forward trying to stretch our advantage. However, the scoreline remained the same and we were good value for the win and returned home with tired bodies but broad smiles. (MDC)

On Saturday, there were some difficult matches versus Cranleigh in terms of results, but there were still many positives to focus on after a successful and busy first half of the season.

1st XI v Cranleigh: lost 2-4

The 1st XI undoubtedly felt the effects of Thursday’s efforts as we started the game very passively, making a number of uncharacteristic errors. Mentally and physically drained, we didn’t play in our normal energetic fashion and Cranleigh accumulated a 3-0 advantage through some clinical corners. A fairly frank half-time team talk followed, urging us to compete, to give a better account of ourselves, to win the second half and ask the question of the opposition in terms of closing the game out. The reaction of the team was excellent – taking the game to Cranleigh and pulling a goal back through Maya Doubleday. Desperately trying to reduce the deficit more, Honoré Cutler and Tara King worked both flanks well, and despite another corner conversion by the opposition, we kept battling and scored again when Bella Hunter reacted quickest in the D. A 2-4 defeat showed that there are never any easy games at this level, but the togetherness and the determined approach in the second period was really encouraging and showed, against an accomplished team, what we are capable of. (MDC)

2nd XI v Cranleigh U16A: lost 1-7

The Canford girls came up against our toughest opponents thus far. A very slow start from Canford allowed Cranleigh to take the lead very early in the game. Their short corner routines were well practiced and they executed them without fail, scoring in the first 3 they received. After a well needed half time break, the Canford girls came out a much different team and regardless of the score, played much better hockey. We managed to score a goal in the second half but unfortunately ended up on the losing side. Definitely a game of two halves. Phoebe Peters, the captain, grabbed our only goal. Great performances from Imi Marley, Tiva Kent, Jorgia Holtby and Esther Browning. All in all, it was an eye opener, the girls learnt so much playing against a very well drilled, well organized Cranleigh team. (AGF/RHJH)

3rd XI v Cranleigh 2nds: lost 1-3

This was probably the finest performance by a Canford 3rd XI for a number of years. Playing Cranleigh 2nd XI was always going to be a challenge but when we had to wait at the start for 3 of their 1st team players to arrive we knew that we had to reach new heights. Our game plan was all about putting them under pressure and this we did with aplomb, while also frustrating them with fierce tackling in and around our D. Most of the game was played in our 25 but it is huge credit to the determination of the Canford girls that our opponents only managed to find the net on 3 occasions. To top it all we scored from a short corner in the dying seconds of the game, capping a remarkable all round performance. Ruby Anand in goal and Lucy Hancock in particular were exceptional in thwarting the onslaught but everyone played their part. Well done indeed. (RMBS)

4th XI v Cranleigh U16B: lost 0-2

This was another very competitive match on a sunny afternoon against a strong and well drilled U16B. Cranleigh came out fast and were quick to put pressure on the Canford backline. Their early pressure ended with their first goal. Alice Denby made a positive impact to the game when she came on at left half, allowing the forwards to be more involved in the game. Canford were unfortunate not to convert their excellent break away opportunities towards the end of the second half. The second half saw more pressure from Cranleigh which lead to their second goal, being struck firmly from the top of the D. Credit goes to Lucy Stephenson playing her first match as goalie and making a brilliant save to keep the score to only 2. Emily DV had another strong performance in the middle of the pitch and Clara DD had her best game of the season too on the left wing. (CHJ)

U15A v Cranleigh: lost 0-3

The U15As were tired after a long journey to Cranleigh. However, despite a combination of this and only a very short warm up, Canford started strongly, with Grace Cecil-Wright making countless breaks down the right. Despite this, we couldn’t capitalise, often finding it difficult to make the final pass into the D. This led to us conceding two quick goals before half time, although there wasn’t much the girls could do as they were both excellent goals. Canford were then on the front foot for a lot of the second half, pushing for a goal and coming close from two short corners. Despite the girls’ best efforts, we concede late on, to make the score 3-0 to Cranleigh. The girls put in an excellent effort, especially tough at the end of a long half term. Thank you to the travelling parents, whose support is always greatly appreciated. (CJK/WW).

U15B v Cranleigh: lost 0-4

Saturday's match brought us one of the toughest games we have faced so far as a squad. After a long journey to Cranleigh we started the game off steadily adjusting to their quick style of play. The first half saw Canford defending heavily, with some great pressure being put on the back line. Georgia Webb and Isla Young were very quick to turn over the ball and create some fantastic attacking breaks pushed forward to Hester Child at the front. Unfortunately, Cranleigh's wall of defence made it very difficult for our forwards to get through. At half time, the score was 2-0 to Cranleigh. The second half saw Canford starting much stronger, moving the ball more effectively drawing the defensive press apart. Cranleigh also upped their tempo in the second half with a few of their strongest players dominating our defensive circle. Olivia Sellers in our goal had a brilliant game saving some fantastic shots and clearing the ball very well out of danger. The final score was 4-0 to Cranleigh but we were very impressed with the team's attitude and positivity coming away from the game. The encouragement and support this team offer to each other is lovely to see and a real example of what the Canford community stand for. It was a hard game and well done to everyone who played! Rest up this half term and bring on the next game at Bradfield. (RAC/CDB)

U15C v Cranleigh: lost 1-6

The first 25 minutes and the final 25 minutes of the 15Cs match against Cranleigh could not have looked more different. It truly was a game of two halves. Within minutes Cranleigh had scored two early goals and the Canford girls were struggling slightly to adjust to the pace of play. Despite some incredibly tenacious defending from Sophia, Hettie, Millie, and Sophie in goal, by half time we were 5 goals down. After a rousing "1,2,3, Canford!" the girls were all of the mindset to dig deep and to do everything possible to link the ball from the midfield to the strikers. And dig deep they did.The pressure from Canford players was immense; Izzy B never leaving her opponent's side, Sophie refusing to let the ball past her, and finally we struck gold with a beautiful strike from Hannah J to score our first goal. The second half saw us dominate possession with a few near misses that didn't quite make their target but nonetheless produced excellent hockey. Cranleigh managed to squeeze one more goal in in the dying seconds, however overall, we can hold our heads high with the brilliant standard of hockey that was achieved in the second half. (NEI/EJW)

U14A v Cranleigh: lost 0-1

After last week's success at Millfield, the 14As travelled to Cranleigh for what posed an even bigger challenge, facing perhaps the toughest opposition so far this season. After a long journey, and a minimised warm up, the girls started strongly, withstanding Cranleigh pressure with some excellent defending to see that the first half finished 0-0, whilst also looking dangerous on the counter-attack. At half time, the girls intelligently recognised the areas in which they needed to improve, in order to grab the victory, and from this point on, dominated the game. The girls excellently transitioned the ball up the pitch, whilst also exploiting the wide areas. Great play from Alice de Laszlo, Tilly Brewer and Georgia Kenny on the left hand side saw Canford win 4 short corners, and pile persistent pressure on the Cranleigh back line. Despite this dominance, and against the run of play, Cranleigh grabbed a goal 15 minutes from time, and this unfortunately proved to be the winner, with the girls unable to get that deserved equaliser. While the result wasn't the desired one, this match provided so much to learn from, and no more could possibly have been asked of the girls in their efforts, all over the pitch. The girls should be proud of their performance, and look to build on this after a well-deserved rest over half term! (JDH)

U14B v Cranleigh: lost 1-4

Anna Landale led by example in this week's match in her role as Captain. She worked tirelessly in defence. Within the middle, Maddie Woodcock ran her socks off in both attack and defence, with Rose Sanderson and Sienna Fitzpatrick driving down their respected sides into an attack position. Tess Byng was once again our goal scorer and moved from a forward position to a mid throughout the second half. Kurumi Hotta showed her tenacious side and worked exceptionally hard to clear the ball out of our 'D'. While Clementine Watts impressed with her goalkeeping skills. Poppy Machray had a superb second half, even putting her body on the line in attempt to keep the ball pace high. Another defender who puts the fear into the opposition, is Gigi Gow with her ferocious hits out of the sixteen. Hanna Exley, Vice Captain, hassled the opposition to receive the ball and drive up the left, passing the ball onto Cara Siggers and Ella McMillian, who were working hard as forwards, putting the Cranleigh defence under pressure. Cranleigh were unsure how to stop Jenna Wilson, when she gets the ball, she takes off with a steely determination. Well done this half of term, we are looking forward to seeing Izzy Keeley return from her injury and the team attacking the second half of term with the same enthusiasm and positivity. (NXW/IW)

U14C v Cranleigh: lost 0-7

After a good game last week the girls carried positive drive into this week’s fixture versus Cranleigh. With a couple players unable to attend, the team worked hard on the pitch. Cranleigh started very well and we weren't able to showcase our best hockey. The second half however was much stronger and the girls really started to utilise their skills. Zion Mutopo demonstrated great control and speed playing upfront. Zion and Ella Gildert created a few chances that unfortunately we just weren't able to convert. The team started to use the space well allowing the ball to do the work for them. Felicity Alston's quick reactions at keeper allowed her to make some great saves throughout the match. Martha Fehrenbacher was awarded player of the match, which was well deserved after the strong defence skills that she brings each week. An unfortunate loss but the girls are continuing to improve and gain confidence which is what we love to see! (ZLF/BS)

I wish all staff, pupils and parents a restful and peaceful break over half term. Thank you all for your efforts so far.

Rugby v Taunton

1st XV v Taunton

Score: L 21-26

Tries: Raworth, Gallego x2

Conversions: Gill x 3

POTM Ben Ashton

Special Mentions: James Barker, Fergus van der Flier

The 1st XV welcomed Taunton School to Higher Park where they were hoping to build on a strong display against Bishop Wordsworth’s. This would mean dealing with the tag of being favourites going into the match. Taunton rose to the challenge of playing the underdog, they came out of the blocks fired up and within the first 2 minutes they had won a penalty in the Canford 40m for holding on. We had to be aware of supporting the ball better and needing to play in the right areas of the field.

This was an interesting afternoon that came down to the ability to deal with pressure. Stemming from being required to do the simple things well repeatedly. The Canford boys struggled to adapt to the referee and the penalty count in the first half was 12-1 in favour of Taunton. This allowed pressure to be relieved on the Taunton boys without them being forced to work out of difficult positions. It also allowed them to spend time in the Canford half where any mistakes could be punished by going to the corner or taking shots at goal. The pressure then built on the Canford lads and instead of keeping things simple, there was a reliance on overcomplication which, when went awry fed into the whole pressure cycle!

There were some plus points for the Canford boys, Joel Bibby and Fin Raworth continue to look threatening in attack and Seb Gallego was good with ball in hand on one wing and Ed Schuster Bruce continues to look well able to cope with the physical and tactical demands of U18 rugby. Ben Ashton was tireless all day and lead his forward pack giving excellent go forward along with Fergus van der Flier and Henry Martin. James Barker had some wonderful moments, chiefly an attacking restart take that was out the top drawer but occasionally tried to complicate the simple and attacks then faltered. The scrum went well but lineout faltered a little with a new combination being tried out, it was just one of those days. The urgency at the end and the energy that came with it was excellent but had been lacking for large parts of the first half which allowed Taunton to keep the score line tight when we might have been able to stretch it and break their resolve.

One defeat does not suddenly make us a poor team, we definitely ran out of time this Saturday but it has given is a valuable lesson in maintaining discipline and how that affects game pressure and the need to play in the right areas of the field. With a little fixing up we’ll be ready to enjoy our game on the road over half term at Oakham.

2nd XV v Taunton

Score: W 18-12

Tries: Max Paget (2), Monty Hooker

Penalty: Tom Peacock

POTM: Jamie Elviss

Special Mentions: Max Paget, Ryan Woodford, Monty Hooker, Rory Smith

Canford 2nds earned a hard fought first victory of the season in a physical encounter against Taunton. It was an evenly balanced game with both teams carrying and tackling hard, but it was Canford who took the early lead after 8 minutes after stringing together some good phase play in the Taunton half. A penalty was won, the kick to the corner was good, and having pounded the try line with the excellent Ryan Woodford going close, Monty Hooker caught the guard napping and sniped over from the base of the ruck. Taunton hit back, but Monty was on hand at the other end to get his body under the ball to hold it up over his own goal line. With Jamie Elviss ubiquitous in defence, tackling and turning over, Canford started to gain the ascendancy, and their effort was rewarded with the second try of the half. It came from a first phase strike move, with Max Paget carving through midfield around the half way line, sprinting clear of the defenders, before rounding the full back for a fine solo try.

10-0 at half time seemed well deserved but still rather precarious and sure enough, not long after the restart Taunton struck when a rare lapse around the fringes allowed their scrum half to snipe through the middle of the lineout, resulting in a scrum 5 from which they hammered at the line and eventually drove over. Canford responded very well, upping their intensity, with great continuity down the right leaving space to the left, and Max was brilliantly released by Jack Robinson for his second try of the game. Taunton weren’t done yet and kept on coming back at the home team, whose defensive line held strong, with birthday boy Rory Smith putting in a big shift. However, Canford paid the price for trying to play out of their half, conceding back to back penalties and succumbing to the pressure from the line out in the left corner. With the successful conversion it was now 15-12 and the game was on a knife edge, but fortunately Canford held on, having the final say with a penalty in front of the posts on the final whistle. It was a thoroughly deserved victory. The lads can be particularly pleased with the way they resourced the breakdown to keep the ball, and conversely how they were canny in the tackle to earn penalty turnovers. A big step in the right direction. Well done.

U16A v Taunton

Undaunted by a Covid-decimated squad, the U16s took to the road for the first time this season with Taunton school providing the opposition.

The unseasonably balmy conditions were certainly conducive to an afternoon of entertaining, running rugby, and the early portents were indeed very positive. From the outset, the Canford lads made their attacking intentions clear and following neat interplay involving both backs and forwards, left winger Luca Freemen scorched in from close range. The ever-impressive Ed Timberlake added the extras with a tricky kick from out wide.

Increasingly as the term progresses, the valuable work done in training is bearing fruit on match days and never was this more evident than with Canford’s second try. Excellent continuity and ball retention in midfield worked Freddie Bowater into space close to half-way and the big lock showed an exceptional turn of pace to gallop home - not to mention nibble footwork more akin to Strictly Come Dancing than the rugby pitch! ‘Timbers’ again, duly obliged with the straightforward conversion.

Surely these two early tries had broken the home side’s resolve? Not a bit of it. Taunton roared back almost immediately with their robust fly half exposing some weak Canford tackling as he ran in unopposed following a line out. Game on.

As the half progressed, the Canford lads still held the upper hand in terms of both territory and possession, with the athletic Sam Martin particularly conspicuous, as indeed he was all afternoon. The home side, however, buoyed by their opening try, were equally combative: the next score could prove crucial.

The contest at breakdown was fierce with Canford guilty on occasion of trying to force passes when prudence and patience were very much the order of the day. Eventually their increasing pressure on the home line prevailed, the ever-astute scrum-half, Johnny Walster, skipping in from close range.

Just before the half time whistle sounded, Munashe Motsi scored the try of the match. The irrepressible flanker picked the ball up on half-way and weaved his way to the try line leaving several would be defenders in his wake. A wonderful individual effort.

Half time gave the home side the opportunity to regroup and indeed they started the second period the stronger, reducing the deficit to 12-26 with a fine try out wide and equally impressive conversion.

This proved the end of the Somerset side’s scoring however, with Kit Blomfield’s opportunist interception try from near half-way appearing to extinguish any hope there may have been for a home revival.

‘Captain Fantastic’ Timberlake deservedly got on the scoresheet following dexterous handling across the three quarters and just before the final whistle, the ever-improving Tom Kiff, a thorn in the home side throughout, rounded off another excellent team effort in the opposite corner.

The final score of 45-12 was probably an accurate reflection of Canford’s relative dominance in most of the key battle areas and certainly bodes well for forthcoming fixtures the other side of half term.

U15A v Taunton

The U15s travelled to Taunton with just 15 players due to illness and injury

Knowing we had a tough challenge ahead, the first half saw us work hard to come to terms with the strength of the Taunton side. With a number of new players in the side and players in different positions Canford took some time to gel. We struggled to contain some very good play from Taunton with them stretching us with strong running forwards and then spreading the ball through the backs to attack the space they had created. Ciaran Amy and Max Mackenzie tackled well to stem the Taunton flow.

After half time chats and some pointers Canford started the second half much better. We had strong carries from Jack Bartholomew and Jack Jones which enabled us to move forward in attack. Our defence was immense and we started to organise and apply pressure to the Taunton attack. With Tom and Harry our half back pairing organising our go forward we started to look much more threatening in attack. Our second half performance was exceptional with strong play from man of the match Woody we narrowly lost the second half 2 tries to 1 a much improved team effort compared to the first half.

Canford showed lots of grit and determination to battle on with a depleted team against a strong well organised Taunton side who played some smashing rugby.

Well done both teams.

U15B v Taunton

With an unprecedented number of players ‘Off Games’, the Fourth Form rallied around well to honour this fixture. With 4 players playing their very first contact match, the mission for the day was to show up, stand tall and fly the school flag courageously – mission was accomplished! Though Jake Stewart was the top tackler, and Sam Wilmot, Adam Driver close behind, one of the tackles of the match was made by Murray Carswell as he sped back to prevent a certain score. With line-speed improving after half-time, the second half was drawn 5 – 5, with a top kick chase from the team and a deft try-making offload from Luca Anstey-Gray securing Canford’s well deserved score. Captain Will Fearnley almost made it two tries but a tiny knock on prevented his forceful run being rewarded. He, and the team, agreed that taking training more seriously will see the squad’s nous and skills match its clear courage. Well done all. Result Taunton 29 – 5 Canford

U14A v Taunton

The U14As hosted Taunton this weekend on a lovely October day, the perfect weather for rugby. Canford started well keeping Taunton in their own 22 and moving the ball into space very well. A few opportunities came and went, however Canford eventually took the lead with Bertie Aspinall touching down in the corner. Taunton came back fighting though, a stretch of dominance saw them crash over from a few meters out before a wonderful individual breakaway try by the Taunton outside centre. Canford had played well but were behind at the break 10-5. The second half started with both teams going back and forth, with Canford managing to keep themselves only a score down by holding the opposition up over the line. Eventually, Canford equalised by through Lawrence Al Hariri before grabbing a third shortly after to take a 15-10 lead. Raffi Organ would read the attack wonderfully to make an interception with ten minutes left and give Canford a 20-10 lead. However, Taunton stormed back to score and set up a nervy last few minutes. The last few minutes saw Canford slow the game down and pin Taunton in their own half. With basically the final play, Seb’s relentless defensive pressure resulted in him dotting over the line to give the mighty U14As a 25-15 win.

U14B v Taunton

After a first few weeks of training matches including variations of touch and building up to contact, Canford Shells Bs had their first contact game of the season against Taunton. Was a slow start for the boys resulting them in conceding multiple of tries in the first half. Although Canford did not come away with the Win, in the second half the boys played some great rugby, working as a team, moving the ball, resulting in Joe Stephenson scoring a try and demonstrating strong running. Strong tackling performance from Jacob Royal. Looking forward to after half-term for the boys to bond and improve as a team, gaining more confidence.

U14C v Taunton

With the October sun shining brightly on the pristine turf, the stage was set for the U14C's first competitive match of the season. Once Mr Jones had finally rounded up the waifs and strays who couldn't find Upper Tadmores, adjusted his selection after remembering it was 13-a-side, and fielded a barrage of questions including "do I need my gumshield?", "is it contact?", and "will there be scrums?", the game could begin.

The first half saw Canford take advantage of the slope to dominate a slightly "bus-lagged" Taunton side. It took a while to convert pressure and territory into points but Canford scored several unanswered tries once we found our rhythm. In fact, the score line could have been even more convincing were it not for a tendency to hold onto the ball for too long and some inaccuracy when the pass finally came. It might have been overconfidence from Canford, or a stern half-time chat from Taunton's Deputy Head, but the visitors ran in 3 tries in quick succession to leave Canford slightly shell-shocked just a few minutes into the second half. This was a nervous time for the home team and their supporters, but Canford rallied to regain control of the contest and ran in some good tries as the visitors flagged in the latter stages of the match.

Very well done to all involved; especially Jack (2 tries), George (2 tries) and George (4 tries). Also, a big thank you to Mr Holliday whose excellent refereeing enabled the match to keep flowing and gave both sides the opportunity to show what they have learned this term.

Netball – PEDSSA U16 Tournament

The U16s returned to Netball yesterday in their PEDSSA round playing together for the first time since Shells. After a tough start in the first pool game against St Edward's the team rallied together and improved game by game showing real versatility and strength throughout the court. Coming second in our pool we played Poole High winning 8-2 in the quarter-final and then facing Parkstone in the semi-final. We knew we had to win this game to go through to the next round and with the team playing some great netball we won 12-2. It was a fantastic team performance and great to see the team smiling and enjoying some Netball after such a long time. Going into the final we knew we were playing St Edward's again. The standard across the afternoon improved massively for the Canford team and the final game was a great display of resilience and determination. Up until half time the score was going goal for goal with some great defensive pressure throughout the court and great shooting by Bella Rose and Isla Knatchbull. St Edward's pulled away by two goals which unfortunately we couldn't get back, with the final score ended as 10-8. We are very excited to see this team grow, and it was a great start for this squad with lots of positives to take forward. Well done to everyone involved, it was a quality performance and to do it whilst having a great time makes it even better! Hope you all have a great half term and we look forward to the next round! (RAC/PAE)

Cross Country

This week our Canford team took part in the first PEDSSA cross country race of the season. This represented a return to competitive cross country running in over 18th months. Large numbers turned out to compete on the course here at Canford. Jamie Barrington led the seniors home in 6th position, whilst Abi Crossley finished in 24th position, although 5th form she was competing against seniors. There were strong performances from the rest of the team who race again at the next PEDSSA XC after half term.

Golf

We look forward to more Golf after half term but it is important to highlight those who have achieved and improved so far. Tom Williams (L6th) has made big improvements in his golf throughout the first half of term. He has had a few troughs along the way but has persevered and is now doing very well. A good example to all in what can be a challenging and frustrating sport!

Football v Bryanston

After a last minute cancelation by Millfield, the 1st and 2nd teams found themselves playing a half against Bryanston. A huge thanks to Bryanston for their flexibility to facilitate some match practice for both teams. The Acorns half saw a tight tussle with a 1-1 score line being a fair reflection of the game. The Oaks game was also tight, with Bryanston holding a strong defensive line against the 1st team, but a last minute winner saw the team win 2-1. Raffi Mills scored two great goals, while the captain came close and Jefferson was cleared off the line. It was an excellent afternoon of football and we very much look forward to the next instalment of the league.

Canford Sports Department – Team of the Week

See the photos / attachments for the new team of the week. Across all the sports and year groups those who made the team were nominated by their Heads of Sport for standing out in terms of their attitude, commitment and performance.

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