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Sporting achievements celebrated at award ceremony

This year's Senior Sports Awards was a fantastic celebration of all students, parents and staff. We were particularly spoilt with three very special guests. These were Danielle Hazel (England Cricketer) and Marsha Davies (Welsh Cricketer) who both answered questions from the floor, and our former Headmaster, John Moreland, who talked about commitment to training as a Senior Athlete.

Our new Games Captains and Vice Captains, Millie Peacock, James Dawson and Mia Borley, spoke about how they intended to fulfil their roles next year. Everyone participated in a Question of Sport quiz and enjoyed yet another unique and spectacular dance performance from Lillie Coates in Y7. 

Special awards went to:

Team of the year: Macie Bisicker-Peacock, Hannah Raw, Priya Kaur and Anna Robinson as the KS4 Girls Badminton Team for reaching the National Finals for the second time.

Sports Personality of the YearKrisada Piyanawin U6, who also won Coach of the Year

FootballPlayer of the Year, Nathan Dixon; Most improved, Sam Bamlet

NetballPlayer of the Year, Hannah Raw; Most improved, Niamh Bourne

RugbyPlayer of the Year, Adam Harker; Most improved, Sean Chidanyika

BasketballPlayer of the Year, Pak long Yam; Most improved, Brandon Kowalak

TennisPlayer of the year, Emma Moreno-Parades; Most improved, Dan Buckle

Long Distance Runners of the yearStella Jones (girls) and Izaak Taylor (boys); Most improved, Millie Ward

Athletics: Athlete of the year, Matthew Cheung (who got a new town record for Long Jump and won the Hurdles at Town Sports); Most improved, Caitlin Minns

BadmintonPlayer of the year, Krisada Piyanawin; Most improved, Cherry Cheng

Cricket: Player of the year, Ben Swindale; Most improved, Oliver Shields-Porterfield

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