23 May 2023
Sports Report – Cloister Time 2023, Week 5

Sports Report – Cloister Time 2023, Week 5

Tuesday 16th May 2023

Cricket: U17A’s v Butterflies (h).

Captain Nicholls chose to take advantage of our guests only having 8 players at the ground and elected to bat first. Naturally he offered some of his teammates as sub-fielders before he and Charlie Whitfield began stroking the ball around Lords. By drinks both were well set and once Charlie had reached his 50 he kicked on at speed towards his hundred with an array of strokes both through and over the field. However, he fell short of the landmark, bowled for 91, and Baker joined Nicholls to continue our steady progress. They added another 89 together before Baker (45) was adjudged LBW and then Nicholls (91) managed to find a way to get out as he struck a drive straight into deep cover's hands. Whilst a few wickets then fell, Stephen Lam demonstrated his range of strokes as he raced to 57*, able assisted by Hockey in a partnership of 71* from the final 7 overs.

Claisse and Askew opened up and bowled fairly well without creating many chances. Alex teased the edge on occasion and Askew got a fortunate breakthrough off a full toss. Hockey was introduced in the 12th over and bowled the remaining opener with his first ball of a well controlled spell. Lawson also claimed a wicket in his first over to make the score 55/3 at drinks. Hockey claimed another in his final over, a well taken slip catch by the skipper, before a strong stand for the 4th wicket developed either side of Tea.

In the 33rd over, the skipper introduced Baker who was promptly hit over his head for 6. Ethan then rolled up his sleeves and proceeded to remove the remaining Butterflies from the equation. Lawson caught the first; Harker stumped the second and then the next 3 wickets were bowled. Askew returned to conclude proceedings as the last 6 wickets were taken for just 17 runs. Won by 189 runs. 340 for 5 against 150 ao. (JMB)

Golf: U16s v Gordon’s School (n).

On Tuesday the U16 golf team faced Gordon’s. The opening pair, Arthur Hampel (B) and James Redfern (A) won comfortably, winning 7&5. Redfern’s short game around the green was impeccable with many 15-foot putts made. Redfern continued this solid golf throughout the course, shooting 7 over. Hampel played immaculate golf as well. Off the tee, he comfortably hit 90% of fairways, driving the ball over 275 yards most of the time. Hampel’s irons and short game lived up to their usual standards as well as he shot 3 over on a tough, wet day at Foxhills GC.

The second pair, Seb Wells (G) and Sander Andreasen (A) also won with ease, winning 3&1. On the front nine, the pair were commanding and easily took a 3-up lead thanks to safe pars from Andreasen and some clutch play from Wells. But on the back nine, things got interesting. The opponents tried to come back, making 3 birdies in a row, but ultimately the Winchester pair proved to be the better players and ended up winning the match comfortably.

The third pair, Orca Chuen-Im (F) and Pran Busrapan (D) started off well; par their score on many of the opening holes. But then their golf took a turn for the worst and at the halfway stage they were 3 down. The Winchester pair almost started a comeback on the 10th but missed a crucial putt. They then continued halving holes with solid drives from Busrapan and great short game from Chuen-Im until the sixteenth came where they lost 3&2. (Arthur Hampel, B)

Wednesday 17th May 2023

Cricket: U17As v Marlborough (h).

We won the toss and elected to bat and started the game in a very positive way. 22-1 in the 3rd over saw Charlie out caught at mid on, followed by Henry caught at point, but we recovered well with Seb and Ethan. Well placed at 63-2 in the 13th, Seb was unfortunately run out and this was followed by a collapse to 96-8. The cause was a combination of trying to play positively, but not quite playing "smart" cricket. Aneesh played well for his 15 and Ethan held the innings together - he was last out for 45 and we were all out for 130 with 3.2 overs of our allotted 30 still remaining.

The message to the boys was if we could bowl in the right areas, this total might still be competitive, although still short of what we were ideally looking for.

Seb and Alex both bowled well again and regularly went past the bat. Alex then took 2 key wickets, one of which was Marlborough's best player and we were very much in the game. However Marlborough were always just around the required run rate. Charlie's excellent pick up and direct hit kept us in the game, but at 74-3 and then 89-4, we were struggling a little. Some excellent bowling especially from Seb and Ethan, with some good field placings from the captain,. kept us in the game and when we took the 9th wicket with 19 still needed, the ascendancy was with us, but the last wicket pair put up good resistance and wanted 6 to win off the last over. Aaron bowled a great last over and only went for 2 off the first 5 balls; Marlborough wanting 4 to win off the last ball. They only managed 1 and we won a very entertaining match by 2 runs. Well done to all the lads who, despite not being at their best, managed to find a way to win! (PNG)

Yearlings A v Hampshire State Jets (h).

The Yearlings A first T20 of the year was a friendly against Hampshire Pathway state Jets. The Jets batted first and got off to a good start, until a sharp bit of fielding from Edward Reeve at mid-on broke the partnership with a run out. With tight bowling and fielding the Yearlings got the jets to 41-7. But some big hitting from their middle/lower order the jets finished on 123- 7 (20).

After losing opener Tom Howard, Holly Wang (35) and Vedant Shah (20) put on a solid partnership of 64. With a strong base set Winchester were in a good position to kick on. Unfortunately, some good bowling and loss of wickets stunted the run rate, leaving Winchester 13 run short of the target with 111-5 (20) Lost by 12 runs. 111 for 5 against 123 for 7. (THW)

Thursday 18th May 2023: Athla

A glorious afternoon of athletics took place up at the University of Winchester Stadium for the annual inter-house competition. There were a number of excellent individual performances with Gus Bowden (F) taking the Senior Victor Ludorum Trophy for his success in the 100m hurdles, High Jump and 1500m. Alex Parkinson (G) secured the Junior Victor Ludorum with his dominant sprint double. Lords cricketer Alex Claisse (B) displayed his outstanding sprinting ability in the senior 200m to set a new school record of 23.0s; the previous record has stood for 32 years!

The team events saw Phil’s defeat Toye’s by three points in the Junior competition, Chawker’s defeat Toye’s in the Senior competition and Toye’s pipped Chawker’s by a point to claim the overall competition. The Medley Relay Trophy was won by Chawker’s and there was a victory also for Trant’s in the inaugural Mixed 4 x 100m relay. (MSB)

Friday 19th May 2023


1st XI v The Portsmouth Grammar School (h). National Cup – Round 3.

We won the toss on a grey, slightly wet evening and elected to bat. We soon found ourselves 3-1, with Wilf out to a good catch form a miscued pull shot. Seb and Charlie played some great shots, but both were out playing attacking shots trying to increase the rate, which was how we played throughout the innings. Chris (26) held the innings together, scoring at over a run a ball and both Ethan and Henry helped push the score to 136-7 from our 20 overs. We were then awarded 12 penalty runs for a slow over rate from the opposition.

Some early "lusty" blows from the PGS opener kept us on our toes, but once he departed PGS lost regular wickets against some good. tight bowling, backed up well in the field. All the bowlers bowled well, particularly Callum (4-17) and Ethan (3-8 from his 4 overs), Will also picking up 2-16 and PGS were bowled out for 69. Won by 79 runs. We now play the winners from Wellington v Canford. (PNG)

Yearlings A v Churcher’s College (h). County Cup Semi-Final.

Having beaten Salesian College, the Yearlings A were now up against Churcher’s College in the County Cup Semi-Final. Captain Amar Fernando (I), won the toss and chose to bowl first, with rain still looming. Amar then opened the bowling with Ayush Shah (E), and thanks to 2 wickets from Amar and 1 from Ayush, Churcher’s were left 27 for 3 after the first few overs. James Redfern (A) also took an excellent catch behind the stumps for Amar’s second. Isaac Leung (K) and Tom Howard (E), were the first change bowlers. Tom struck twice in quick succession, followed by 3 more, including a quick stumping from James, before picking up the last 2 wickets, and ultimately Churcher’s were bowled out for 66, Tom finishing with 7 for 12.

Tom and Amar then opened the batting, and due to a faster start than the last game and a few extras, Winchester found themselves at 47 for no loss off 4 overs, before Tom was unfortunately run out for 24 off 20. Vedant Shah (D), came in at number 3, and hit a quick 11 not out, including one lovely on-drive for 4, to knock off the remaining runs. Amar finished 19 not out. 70 for 1 against 66 ao. Won by 9 wickets. (BMG)

Saturday 20th May 2023

Athletics (h) v Canford, Dauntsey’s, Marlborough, PGS

It was a busy week for the athletes. Following on from Athla the team were hosting their first home match and 40 pupils were representing the school team. Across the three age groups there were some very strong performances again which culminated in the Junior Boys finishing 2nd to Marlborough, the Inter Boys finishing 3rd and the Senior Boys finishing 2nd to their nemesis all season, Dauntsey’s. There were individual victories in the 80m Hurdles for Felix Coleman, 800m for Ivor Martin and Long Jump for Edward Fangzhou. Maxwell Yu claimed a fine 1st place in the IB 400m and Jad Garlick did likewise in the Shot. Gus Bowden remains unbeaten this season in the senior boy’s high jump and Harry Draper-Barr got back to winning ways in the discus. Well done to Issa Duggan who raced in the senior boys race 1500m, finishing 2nd, but his time would have taken the victory in the Inter Boys race. However, performer of the day though was Kaito Kawada-Williams who stormed to victory in the 200m and broke the school record which had only just been set by Alex Claisse 48 hours earlier. A little bit like buses, you wait 36 years for a school record and then it gets beaten twice in two days! Kaito’s new time of 22.6 is outstanding and it came less than an hour after he had only just missed the school record in the 400m by 4 one hundredths of a second as he raced to victory in a time of 50.9.

A special thank you must also go to several pupils who played integral roles in the recording and compiling of results at both Athla and the home match this past week. Successful teams and events are often reliant on the unsung heroes behind the scenes carrying out essential admin and in this instance the efforts of Ernest Yau (G), Rex Yu (G), Max Antoniou (G) and James Weeden (D) were hugely appreciated. (MSB)

Cricket: v Abingdon School (a).

Once Whillock's 1st XI team were invited to bowl first at the War Memorial Ground, Claisse and Morgan produced an exceptional opening partnership to put Abingdon on the back foot at 25-5 from 14 overs. Morgan struck the stumps early before Kennedy, on debut for Lords, claimed 3 victims with the gloves off both Morgan and Claisse. The spin of Whillock and Whitehead then proved tricky to get away but we could not find another breakthrough before drinks. Typically, as Matthews was introduced after drinks, Whitfield snapped up the opportunity of a run out, combining well with Kennedy to complete the task. Matthews beat the bat often but it wasn't until Morgan returned in the 31st over that we picked up the 7th wicket; another batsman bowled. Another partnership then developed until the spinning 3Ws (Whillock, Whitehead and Whitfield) picked up a wicket each to close the Abingdon innings for 123.

Whitfield and Nicholls made a composed start to our reply, cautious on a wicket that offered some assistance to the bowlers. They soon increased their fluency though and brought up the 50 partnership in the 10th over. Whitfield was quick to punish anything short and Nicholls placed the ball well through the off-side field. The pair continued to kick on beyond a 100 run partnership in the 21st over, shortly before Whitfield was trapped LBW for 59. Morgan then got straight into his work by driving his first ball for 4 through extra cover and racing the team to a 9 wicket victory in the 24th over as Nicholls finished 42 unbeaten too. Won by 9 wickets. (JMB)

The 2nd XI stepped out on to Lords for one final time before Leave-out to play Abingdon. Unsurprisingly skipper Ritchie lost the toss again and we were put into bat. We got off to a steady start with Ritchie and Batten taking some quick singles to the frustration of the opposition. After setting a platform of 20-0 from 5 overs Ritchie then took a likening to the opening bowlers, hitting 7 quick boundaries in 14 balls. Unfortunately, we lost Batten to a delivery that ‘rolled’ at 56-1. After eleven overs we were 74-1 before Ritchie managed to bottle his fifty in typical fashion with a leading edge on 48(45). Gardiner and Kulkarni steadily rebuilt to 101-2 where we had a solid platform going into the last 10 overs. However, in order to give Abingdon a chance, our weekly 2s collapse occurred as Kulkarni and Gardiner were removed quickly. The floodgates opened with a collapse to 102-7. A few overs later we lost Batt at which point we thought we might be defending 115. Debutant Harry Pressland came in and performed some heroics at the death of the innings with a ‘track and smack’ mentality, finishing on a stunning 28(24) supported by McCreery and Ackerman. These handy late runs helped us to recover to 145 from our 30 overs.

We came out into the field with confidence. Batt and O’Doherty opened the bowling in typical fashion, making batsmen dance around the crease. Batt kept things very tight only going for 4 runs off his 6 overs whilst also taking a wicket! O’Doherty tormented batsmen at the other end and took a well-deserved 3-fer. Batt finished with 1-4(6) and O’Doherty 3-36(6). At this stage Abingdon were 40-4 with a climbing run rate and Ritchie brought himself on to play the Symonds role of cleaning up the lower order. Ritchie took 4 wickets in quick fashion and Batten trapped one batsman in front to reduce Abingdon to 68-9. Ritchie took 4-9(5) and Batten 1-8(4). Finally, it would not be a 2nd XI game without a wicket from resident strike bowler Tom Symonds. After being bombed over mid-wicket, Tom held his nerve and picked up the final wicket with the next ball. This finished a clinical win for the 2s , continuing a two-year long unbeaten streak. Won by 73 runs. 145 ao against 72 ao. (Patrick Richie VI1, A)

The 3s rocked up at Abingdon on a beautiful summer’s day to play a T25. We won the toss, choosing to bat first. Harvey Vere-Whiting and Freddie Fisher provided the team with a solid opening pushing us to half a century. A glut of wickets then fell putting the pressure on Freddie East and Lucas Payne to get the runs. But they delivered and built another big partnership of 60. This left us in a good position of 149 runs after 25 overs.

Abingdon started well; Their first wicket fell after 8 overs. They ran hard and despite some fantastic overs from Henry Simpson, who took a couple of wickets. In the end Abingdon remained composed and with 5 overs to go a few loose balls were punished, resulting in a loss for Winchester. Lost by 7 wickets. 149 for 5 against 151 for 3. (Alex Harker, I)

Sen Colts A v St Edward’s School, Oxford (a). Lost by 84 runs. 62 ao against 146 for 6.

Sen Colts B v St Edward’s School, Oxford (h).

Captain Miers’ brave decision to bat was vindicated by his own efforts: despite immediately losing his opening partner, he and Hoffman (54) hit boundaries at will in a terrific – if hardly chanceless - second-wicket partnership worth 143 in 14 overs. When he eventually fell for a splendid 78, Perks (21*) and Jackson (16*) kept the board moving to set a formidable target.

There followed “Coach” Douglas’s champagne moment of the match, with a quite superb leap from Bhagobati at slip to dismiss the St. Edward’s opener off Jackson (1-7). Hanging in the air for what seemed an unreasonable time he held on to a nick that for any money was sailing over his head. Taking 5-11 with his own excellent seam bowling he and Collison (2-1) ran though the opposition line-up with Bhattacharya (1-0) delivering the coup de grace with his first ball. A heartening end to the season from Sen: Colts B. 193-4, 20 overs, Miers 78, Hoffman 54 beat St. Edwards, Oxford 37 all out, 10.1 overs, Bhagobati 5-11. (JJLD)

Jun Colts A v Abingdon School (a).

The JCA’s were away at Abingdon, playing on a very green wicket. Stanley (K) won the toss and chose to take to the field and bowl first. A very strong start from Stanley and Isaac (B) with the ball lead to two wickets each within 5 overs, leaving Abingdon 13/4. However the momentum slipped with a strong 50 partnership built at the crease. Arthur (B) took these two key wickets to tilt things back in our favour either side of drinks at the 15 over mark. Unfortunately we lacked the killer instinct and their batsmen were allowed to settle and rebuild. Towards the end they tried to push on but with wickets from Freddie (I) we limited them to 181 all out from their 30 overs.

With a run-a-ball target in mind we were still firmly in the game, but our start was just as shaky as theirs. With an adjusted order we found ourselves 3 down after 3 overs, though we did find stability with Rory (H) and Aryaveer (K) starting to build things back with two scores in the 20s. Things were looking good once again, until Rory was bowled and the next wicket followed two balls later. Stanley came to the crease and put up a great fight with a crucial 59. But wickets around him kept falling at too steady a pace leading to us reaching 150 all out in the 27th over.
Unfortunately another loss for the team who’ll hopefully turn things around against Harrow next week. Lost by 31 runs. 150 ao against 181 ao. (Aayran Shrestha, I)

Put into bat the U15Bs may have progressed at a reasonable run rate, but lost wickets. Jamie Mitchell's 30 was the foundation on which the scoreboard ticked over but when he retired hurt having been struck on the hand by a full toss, the chances of a big total evaporated.

In the field, the Bs started brilliantly with a run out off the first ball and bowled tidily throughout but with so few runs to chase Abingdon could just take any singles calmly and eventually crossed the finishing line. Lost by 8 wickets. 69 ao against 70 for 2. (JM)

Jun Colts C v Abingdon School (a).

After a dominant display against Churcher’s College the Yearlings As took on Abingdon College on Saturday. Abingdon won the toss and elected to bat first. Tom Howard(E) and Isaac Leung(K) took the first two wickets leaving Abingdon at 35/2. Shortly after the second change bowlers, James Zawoda(I) and Laurie Sawbridge(H), took two quick wickets and Abingdon were now at 48/4. Tom Howard(E) and Ayush Shah(E) picked up two more wickets atthe death. Abingdon finished at 164/6 at the end of their innings.

In the second innings, the Yearlings lost their first wicket in the 3rd over at 17/1. After a strong partnership of 40 between Vedant Shah (D) and Ayush Shah (E) the Yearlings were left at 52/2. Amar Fernando (I) came in and scored a great captain’s knock scoring 37 of 46 deliveries and had a partnership of 23 with Plum Manion Miles (F). However, wickets tumbled at the other end. In the end the Yearlings As were just short of the required total ending their innings at 128 all out. Lost by 8 wickets. 125 ao against 128 for 2. (BMG)

Another heroic loss for the Yearlings B against Abingdon. We had a difficult time in the field but bowled well in sections to take important wickets whenever the game was running away from us. Three dropped catches did not help our cause. Abingdon posted 171 from their 25 overs, which left us needing almost 7 an over. We lost both openers cheaply but then Gabriel (44) and Fergus (55) put on a partnership of 116 with boundaries that sent the opposition scurrying around helplessly. It was looking as if we were going to pull off a magnificent run chase but wickets fell and the deciding moment was probably a stupendous catch to remove Ned just as he was starting to look threatening. We fell 11 runs short, a result that could have been so different had our 11th player turned up. 160 ao against 171 for 6. (PAH)

The Yearling Cs lost the toss and were asked to bowl first which is not something that we have had to do before. We took a slightly more unconventional strategy with our bowling compared to our previous matches. Instead of using our two quickest bowlers for the opening 10 overs we used five different bowlers in the opening five overs to try and limit the opening batsman's run rate. Mann opened the bowling but took a few deliveries to dial in his usual pinpoint accuracy, giving away more wides and no balls than we would have liked. Over the next couple of overs, we attempted to limit Abingdon's run rate through the use of Gupta and Robinson with some limited success. After the first five overs we manged to take our first wicket with an excellent delivery from Mann leading to a catch from Gupta. Our new bowling strategy wasn’t working quite as intended, with our bowlers producing a few wides every over as it took them several balls to get their run up and bowling action dialled in on the wicket. After 10 overs we had taken more wickets, through some excellent bowling by Mavor and Mann and excellent keeping by Stoesser. However, by the end of their 30 overs Abingdon had achieved a total of 147 runs with our wides and no balls contributing 70 runs to that number a sign that maybe we need to go back to the drawing board regarding our bowling strategy.

As we came into bat the boys were apprehensive as it was quite a big score to chase. We opened with Gupta and Mann, who from the start created a strong partnership against the feistily fast bowling from the Abingdon bowlers. After multiple near run-outs Mann was finally sent walking after scoring 35 runs in just 6 overs. Knowing it was a big run target to chase down the boys ran every quick single they could and made the most of any mis-fields and overthrows. Some outstanding boundaries from Perks and McIntyre dramatically increased our run rate to 98 after just 18 overs and we looked set to beat the target set by Abingdon. Unfortunately, the pressing demands of the JP social led to a premature ending of the innings after 18 overs. Abingdon showed some amazing sportsmanship and instead of taking the win, they chose to count back their runs to what they scored at the end of the 18th over as that’s when we were forced to retire. We scored 98 runs for 3 wickets vs Abingdon’s 78 runs for 6 wickets. So, whilst Wincoll was declared the official winners of the match, the key highlight was the progression from both sides' vs their previous matches. From the Cs specifically we saw some outstanding batting and determination from Mann where he carried on despite a taking a nasty bouncer to his helmet, some excellent keeping from Stoesser as well as great bowling from Weaver, Robinson and Mavor. (JM)

Tennis v Eton College:

By the finest of margins the 1st VI maintained their unbeaten run in a nail-biting encounter against the auld enemy. With big Bill Wykeham's boys trailing 4-3 all eyes were on the final two matches with our first and second pairs taking on their counterparts. At one stage Winchester were serving for both games -- and the victory -- simultaneously; within minutes both pairs had been broken; soon each set was in a tie break. Cao and Brunner were the first to close out the win with Lukas's net play -- superb all afternoon -- coming to the fore and Xing paying with admirable, nay rather baffling, consistency! All that remained was for Lee and Van Every to do the decent thing and condemn the opposition to an empty-handed return to Berkshire. Some excellent retrieving from Freddie -- celebrated with a roaring, leaping chest bump -- and predatory volleying from Chris were enough to see us home. The fixture was ours and the unbeaten run unbroken.

The 2’s played some excellent tennis, particularly Moghadam and Buccellati who were unlucky not to take all three sets to pinch the fixture. Eton nicked this one 5-4.

With only three Etonians appearing for the 3rd VI match, Mssrs Barazi, Thompson-Baroni and Hayashida had the unusual opportunity of an afternoon of singles. Sadly the opposition were too strong for us, taking the win 8-1, with Rocco the only man to win a set. However the Warden's Garden in bloom and the opportunity for Sen: tennis's now-signature 'Badinage with Burnett' were ingredients for an enjoyable afternoon nonetheless. (RJHM)

Both The Sen Colts A’s and B’s found themselves in tight battles. The A’s presented a strong team performance with Oscar Oldenhove and Ludo Remers narrowly losing to Eton’s first pair but achieving a win in their other 2 matches. Daniel Garrett and Adan Ruben were also successful in 2 sets, but in their 3rd, found themselves in a tie-break, which they managed to close out. The final result was a 5 - 4 Winchester win.

The stars of the B’s were Oli Tait and John Sadie who won all 3 matches. With 2nd pair, Jonny Inglis and Stefan Ungureanu, managing to win 2, this brought home another Winchester win, 5 - 4. Overall, these were a fine results on a sparkling, early, summer’s day. (TERC)

An enormously enjoyable day of tennis, with Winchester facing Eton away in brilliant, sunny conditions. Overall the boys held their own convincingly well, although Eton had the upper hand across all Junior Colt Teams. The C’s did best out of all and took 35 games. The B’s did similarly well and the 1st pair were victorious against their matching opponent in a final, nail biting tie-break. The boys, although aware of Eton's overall dominance and a total score of 87 to 145, took this overall defeat very well and spirits were high on the ride home. It was fun and competitive throughout, despite what the overall score might indicate. (JJP)

The U14 As and Bs faced tough opposition under sunny skies by the banks of the Thames on Saturday. In the As, Dima Kasumov and Alban Nottin prevailed in all three matches, but Eton were able to stage a strong enough resistance elsewhere to secure a 5-4 victory. In the Bs, despite moments of flair, especially from Harry Lund and Gabriel Oluwabusola Winchester weren’t able to do enough to fend off a 3-6 defeat. Some felt that the early departure, and shortened matches, due to the Downe House social later that evening had worked against them. (JAT)

We had a lovely afternoon of tennis against Eton, although slightly truncated since we needed to get back by 6pm for the JP social at Downe House. The Yearlings C team played some excellent tennis and the 3-6 scoreline does not do them justice since they actually won 49% of their games. The Yearlings Ds had a tougher time but still managed to win two of their nine games, with the best performances turned in by the D2 pair of Anton Stepanek and Oliver Shah. (LJR)

Sunday 21st May 2023

Croquet Tournament in Surbiton

This was a friendly tournament kindly arranged by Eton's MiC Croquet and former Winchester Mathma don, Mr. Taylor. It was a privilege and a pleasure to play on Surbiton Croquet Club's spectacular lawns, which will be used in the early stages of this year's World Championships. Our first pair on the day, Taanvir and Alaric, won the plate doubles and Alaric was one of a handful of unbeaten players at the end of the singles Swiss tournament. All six players had a great day out in the beautiful sunshine and setting. (DIF)

All fixtures details can be found on: https://sportsfixtures.winchestercollege.org/

Sporting quote for the week:

“It is not all about talent. It’s about dependability, consistency, being coachable, and understanding what you need to do to improve” (Bill Belichick, New England Patriots Coach)

M.S. Burley

Director of Sport

22nd May 2023

Twitter: @WinCollSports