Sports News: October and November

What a fantastic Autumn Term all CLC sports teams are having. Hockey, Lacrosse and Netball teams across the College have recorded plenty of success. We have had a record number of girls representing CLC teams and all of them have demonstrated outstanding characteristics of commitment, enthusiasm, team work, perseverance and passion.


Éire (SFC2) is continuing to impress on her mission to master bobsleigh. Normally the governing body would not let competitors enter for an international competition without over 100 slides of experience, Éire has had just six, which makes her ranking of 13th in the world even more impressive.

Good luck to Éire this weekend as she hopes to continue her success with more races in Germany.  

SFC2 student Éire competes in the bobsleigh


The U16 CLC Squash squad recently competed in a 3-way National Tournament against Moreton Hall and King Edward’s Birmingham. The squad performed well and have qualified for the National Plate Trophy.


Cross Country

Congratulations to the U14 and U16 teams who came runners-up at the County Round of the English Schools’ Athletic Association Cup Competition held at Wycliffe. Tessa (LC2) was the 2nd U14 runner home and Tanya (LC3) was the 4th U16 runner home.

Both teams have qualified for the Regional Round of the competition.

X Country


Congratulations to Christy (SFC1), who has been selected by British Fencing to represent Great Britain at the upcoming European Cadet Circuit Fencing Competition.


Good luck to the Senior Swimming team who have qualified for the England Schools Swimming Association Relays finals at the Olympic Park, London.  

Mr N Busby, Assistant Director of Sport (Engagement)