Week commencing 8 October 2018

News & events

Week commencing 8 October 2018

Girls' Hockey

Saturday 6 October

2nd XI v Mount Kelly - lost 0 - 8

U14 v Mount Kelly - lost 2 - 7

U13A v Mount Kelly – won 5 - 2

U13B v Mount Kelly - won 3 - 0

U12C v Mount Kelly – won 10 - 2

"Promising results from all teams this weekend, lots of goals scored which is promising going into the second half of the season," said Miss Dunn.

Tuesday 9 October

National Cup

1st XI v Wells Cathedral School - lost 1 - 2

"Summer returned to greet the U18 Girls' hockey trip to Wells Cathedral in the National Cup," said Mr Skinner.

"We had met our opponents in a tournament at the start of the season, when Wells displayed some quick and effective hockey. Exeter began with training ground precision, pressing Wells' defenders and creating many problems.

"Unfortunately, the pressure could not be converted to goals. Wells gained a foothold in the game and finally broke through to score before half time. A second goal followed. This seemed to give Exeter some impetus.

"Again good pressure on the Wells' outlets brought errors and goal opportunities. A goal came from Anna Starling at a penalty corner. Now the game was interesting.

"A change of attacking shape was not handled well by our opponents, though the gamble meant Exeter had to survive some counter attacks. Exeter forced some good goal scoring chances in the final minutes, but just could not force the tie to penalties."

Ms Lunn said: "A very enjoyable contest, well done girls."

U14B XI v Uffculme - drew 1 - 1

Wednesday 10 October

U16 XI v King's Ottery - lost 1 - 4


Saturday 6 October

1st XV v King's Bruton - won - 27 - 5

2nd XV v King's Bruton - won - 12 - 7

U16XV v King's Bruton  - won - 38 - 0

U15XV v King's Bruton - lost

U14A v King's Bruton  XV - won - 48 - 0

U14B v King's Bruton XV - won - 37 - 0

U13A XIII v Blundell's - lost 5 - 10

U13B XIII v Blundell's -draw 5 - 5

U13A XIII v Wellington - won 25 - 5

U13B XIII v Wellington - won 25 - 5

U12A XII v QEH, Bristol - lost 5 - 10

U12B XII v QEH, Bristol - lost 0 - 15

Wednesday 10 October

 National Plate

1st XV v Truro School - won 25 - 20

Mr Ross said: "After a long journey, the boys were slow to get into the game and were 12 - 20 down after 50 minutes.

"In the final quarter, the boys hit their stride to score 13 unanswered points to win the game and move onto the next stage of the Plate."


Wednesday 10 October

U14 Exeter Round of the National Schools' Tournament

"The U14 team started with a good win against Blundell's but failed to match that standard and intensity in further games and finished fourth overall," said Miss Lunn.

Thursday 11 October 

U19 Exeter Round of the National Schools' Tournament

"The U19 team played some excellent netball in all of their games. They were the only side to score against an extremely strong Exeter College team who dominated the tournament," said Mr Mason.

"The team finished third equal with a draw against The Maynard in their final match."


Wednesday 10 October

1st XI v Colyton Grammar School - lost 2 – 4 (Rob Stoyle, Ben Harvey)

"Conceding a sloppy goal after only a minute wasn’t the best way to start the new season!" said Mr Ashman.

"Added to that, we struggled to get the basics right in the first half and were quite glad to only go in at the break with only a two goal deficit. A tactical change at half-time and a refocusing of minds contributed to us growing into the game in the second half.

"To all intents and purposes, we had the better of things after the break and played some progressive football, creating a few decent chances. Unfortunately, we still conceded soft goals and, at one stage, we were 4 – 0 down!

"However, the lads showed great resilience and we scored two very good goals in the latter stages. This team is keen to play on the front foot, which is admirable, but we will have to work very hard from a defensive perspective, if we are to gain the results we all crave for.

"The focus for next week at Queen’s will be on effective recovery runs. A special mention to Aaron Tucker, who looked a real threat all match, with a consistent desire to take on defenders and create openings."


Wednesday 10 October

Exeter School’s golf team beat Blundell’s 3 - 0 in the first round of the HMC Foursomes Golf Competition.

Mr Wilcock said the headline victory was a resounding 7 and 6 win for Sam Corney and Tom Peters.

"Ben Reynolds and Louis Hayman won 3 and 1 and Fred Bishop and Jack Parry won their match on the last hole.

"The team will now play the winners of the Sherborne and King’s Taunton fixture," said Mr Wilcock.