Senior Sports Dinner and Awards 2019

On Saturday 23rd March, we were joined in College by 200 students and 90 parents for our annual Senior Sports Dinner and Awards. It was a truly fantastic evening celebrating many of the wonderful achievements of some very talented students.

Coaches' Awards

Coaches' Awards give the coaches of each sport a chance to recognise a student who demonstrates reliability and commitment to the team, and who shows resilience both on and off the playing field. These awards are not given based on performance, but on other qualities, such as: enthusiasm, self-motivation, the ability to motivate others, coachability, receptiveness, and a desire to improve.

Winners

Athletics: Lizzie (SFC2)

Badminton: Mia (UC4)

Dance: Rachel (SFC1)

Equestrian: Lily (SFC1)

Fencing: Vivian (SFC2)

Hockey: Rachel (SFC2) and Maddie (SFC2) (joint)

Lacrosse: D-Nee (SFC2) and Beata (SFC1) (joint)

Netball: Jessica (SFC2) and Imogen (SFC2) (joint)

Rowing: Za (SFC2)

Skiing: Alex (UC4) and Binia (UC5) (joint)

Squash: Joycelyne (SFC1)

Swimming: Matilda (UC5)

Tennis: Cara (SFC1)

Team of the Year

This Award is given to a team who have given their all throughout their season. They have fully committed to matches and training, and as a consequence have had results worthy of their dedication and talent. 

1st Place: Senior A Tennis Team

As a team who are now ranked in the top eight in the United Kingdom, after successfully navigating through a series of tough regional and national competitions, the Senior A Tennis Team are very worthy winners of the Team of the Year Award. 

2nd Place: J16 1st Rowing Quad

3rd Place: Under 16 Flaine Ski Team

Sports Personality of the Year

This award goes to a senior student who has represented sport superbly at College throughout the year. They will not only have represented College at their chosen sport, but will also have been an ambassador for sport within their House. They may have been an inspirational captain or supported their captain throughout the season. They will have an excellent attitude to sport and a healthy lifestyle. This award was voted for by students.

1st Place: Rachel (SFC2)

A student who is a superb role model to her teammates and to the other younger girls across teams, Rachel always gives everything and is a real team player.  

2nd Place: Amy (SFC2) and Za (SFC2) (joint)

3rd Place: Imogen (SFC2), Mia (SFC2) and D-Nee (SFC2) (joint)

Outstanding Achievement Award

This award is given to a student in any senior year (UC4 - SFC2) who has achieved an outstanding sporting success or a string of outstanding sporting successes. Examples might be international selection or winning a major title in their chosen sport. As with all the awards, there were many fantastic and deserving nominees.

1st Place: Poppy (UC4)

Poppy, a pentathlete, is a very worthy recipient of this year's award. She has had a hugely successful year, finishing 2nd in a British competition, 5th at an Under 21 World Cup event, and 7th at an Under 21 World Championship. She is also a British Under 17 Bronze medal winner, and very soon off she will fly off to Portugal to represent Great Britain's Under 17 Pentathlon Team at the forthcoming European Cup.

2nd Place: Matilda (UC5)

3rd Place: Evie (SFC1) and Phoebe (SFC1) (joint)

Lifetime Achievement Award

This award is given to an SFC2 pupil who has achieved many sporting accolades throughout their time in College. They will have represented College and their house in many different sports, acting as a role model and working hard to promote sport. They will be an ambassador representing what sport at CLC is all about: commitment, dedication, hard work and fun!  There were many worthy girls in this category, making it an incredibly difficult one to judge.

1st Place: Lizzie (SFC2)

A student who has consistently delivered, representing CLC on numerous occasions at the top end of her sport, with district, county, regional and national recognition throughout her time here. In 2018 she achieved a personal best in shot put at the English Schools' Championship. A very deserving 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner.  

2nd Place: Maddie (SFC2)

3rd Place: Felicity (SFC2)

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Many congratulations to all the winners and nominees in every category!

Mr N Busby, Assistant Director of Sport (Engagement)