Well done to all our Success Outside of School entries this week. We look forward to receiving more entries!
Arsenal have extended Andre’s (6RA) contract for U12 next season after a great season with the U11 – Great news! Brother Brandon (8VR) has a 2 year contract so continues as an U14 next season. In his recent tour to Germany Santander Cup Brandon was awarded top goal scorer. He scored sensational goals against Genk Bayern and Celtic.
Dante (4NC) passed his violin grade 2 exam with distinction and he also passed his Krav Maga grading exam and had been promoted to yellow belt.
Max (6PF) won the LTA 12&U Dallington Lawn Tennis Club, Northampton tennis tournament last weekend.
On Sunday Sophia (5TB) & Lucy (5TB) represented Southgate in the U10s girls Old Loughts tournament and managed 3 wins and 1 loss so they can be very proud of their success!
Louis (5TB) has now qualified for the Gigafinal in the Delancey Schools Chess tournament, having successfully competed in the Hertfordshire Megafinal last weekend.
Rui (8CM) competed in British Youth Championship 2019 in Sheffield last weekend, Rui came 13th in a field of 72 fencers.
Toby (8JC), Nikhil (8AM) and Edward (8AM) were part of the Saracens U13s A team that competed at last weekend’s 2 day long Bishop’s Stortford U13’s Annual Rugby Festival. 9 team’s from all over England and one from Wales competed in a highly competitive competition where no team remained unbeaten. After a slow start and one loss to a large Old Northamptonians side in the first game, Saracens played through the sun, wind, rain, hail and went on to win the competition following a close fought final day game against the Cardiff side Rhiwbina. The boys dug deep and managed to break the deadlock in the final play of the game by scoring a length of the field try. Well done to all the boys on the win and a successful season.
Belmont boys were on tour with their football team Omonia Youth in Barcelona playing in an international tournament over the Easter break. The boys did very well playing above their age group and in some very tough conditions. Well done boys!