Sporting Superstars: Week 20
With the Easter holidays fast approaching there was just time to squeeze in a few final sports fixtures last week.
The weekend saw two of our top young athletes, Ryan and Jack, in action at the ISA National Cross-Country Championships. Both boys ran superbly, Ryan coming 8th out of 60 in the U11 race and Jack securing 1st place to be crowned as U9 champion. Huge congratulations from everyone at Radnor House on a well-deserved victory Jack. You’ve made us extremely proud!
The Netball season was officially brought to a close last week with the Inter-House competitions. The standard of play was extremely high, reflecting what has been an exceptionally good netball season. The teams from Years 3 to 13 have gone from strength to strength, with the U18’s in particular producing some outstanding results. As we continue to focus on the school value of ‘Excellence’ this year, our netballers should be very proud of their performances.
U11 Boy's football
Wednesday saw our U11 footballers eager to play a friendly fixture versus Steephill Prep. It was a great game with many excellent passages of play. Some fine play from Aarush set up a 2-1 victory over our rivals. Well done to all of the boys.
U11 Girl’s football
The U11 girls wrapped up the week with a trip to Farringtons School. It was another great show of strength from our girls and they walked away with a comfortable 4-0 victory. A great team performance.
Sadly, the local climate and terrain don't allow for skiing as a school sport. This hasn't stopped Radnor pupil Kaylan who recently smashed his way into the top 20 skiers in the world for his age. Congratulations Kaylan!
Parent fitness sessions
A final note for parents - the Radnor Sevenoaks parent fitness sessions are now up and running, taking place every Monday at 8.15am during term time. We’ll see you there on April 29th to work off some of that Easter chocolate!
As always, we are extremely thankful to our parents for their continued support of the Radnor House sports teams, particularly through the wintry weather of the past term. We wish all of our school community a wonderful Easter break and look forward to welcoming you back for more sport (and hopefully some better weather!) after the holidays.