Winchester College welcomed eight preparatory schools from across the region for its seventh annual U12 cricket tournament. It was a gloriously sunny morning and guests were welcomed with coffee and bacon sandwiches.
The standard is always good and this year was no exception with some very high scores throughout the day. The morning saw matches between Highfield and Westbourne, Caldicott and Cothill, Shrewsbury House and Twyford, Pilgrims' and Cheam. Picturesque Meads provided the perfect setting for lunch before the final group of games got underway with Pilgrims' continuing their winning streak. Pilgrims' met Cothill in the Mills Cup Final, securing a 73 run win.
The prep schools' cricket tournament is a relatively new event in the school's sporting calendar. It provides an excellent opportunity to watch the development of these young sportsman. In fact, two old Wykehamists, who played in the very first prep schools tournament, now play at Lords.
11th June 2019
On Saturday 8th June, Daryl Selby visited Winchester College to play against pupils and to say a formal farewell to the existing squash courts before the school's new Sports Centre is built.
10th June 2019
Graffiti artist celebrates a new phase in the school's sporting history.
10th June 2019
Work has begun on the Southern Campus Development project, which will see the transformation of the existing PE Centre in to a state-of-the-art Sports Centre.
15th May 2019
The British Schools Dinghy Racing Association (BSDRA) Southern Area Championships saw perfect weather conditions and excellent competition from schools across the region, making for a great day of sailing.
9th May 2019
Winchester College's golf team took part in the Independent Schools Golf Association National Finals over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Following on from the team's success, the school's golf bursary recipient, Oliver writes about a life driven by golf.
26th March 2019
Six Winchester squash players took part in the prestigious Roehampton School Squash Invitation, coming away with their first ever Division One victory.