Week commencing 2 July 2018

News & events

Week commencing 2 July 2018

Girls' Cricket

Tuesday 26 June

U13 Wellington Tournament

U13 v Taunton Prep - lost by 7 runs

Taunton - 45 - 2

Exeter - 38 - 0

U13 v Queen's - lost by 39 runs

Queen's - 87 – 2

Exeter - 48 – 3

U13 v Wellington U13B - won by 41 runs

Exeter - 72 – 1

Wellington - 31 – 1

U13 v Wellington U13A - won by 8 runs

Wellington - 37 – 1

Exeter - 45 – 1


Overall results are:

  1. Townsend
  2. Daw
  3. Collins
  4. Acland
  5. Goff
  6. Raleigh
  7. Drake
  8. Crossing
  9. Buller

This year the House Athletics events were blessed with sunshine and pupils were able to represent their Houses in both track and field events. In all age groups, pupils took part with enthusiasm and energy. Well done to them all!


Saturday 30 June

Henley Schools' Challenge

A team of four Sixth Formers took on the challenge of an open water swim in the River Thames, namely the Henley Classic, which is one of the main events in the open water calendar. The team travelled up the night before so they were ready for the 3am alarm call and with the race starting as the sun rose.

The boys all started in the first wave of four with 100 other swimmers and completed the 2.1 km course upstream in impressive times of under 40 minutes. A special mention should go to André who was the fourth fastest junior in a time of 30.52 seconds.

Head of Aquatics Dr Robb said: “The team all discovered a new take on swimming and are planning to return to the event next year.”


Saturday 30 June

1st XI - T20 - won by 7 wickets

Mount Kelly - 143 for 9 (Ben Hayes 2 for 20, Sam Corney 2 for 25, Ben Harvey 2 for 25)

Exeter - 147 for 3 (Sam Corney 73, James Horler 25)

U15A XI - T20 - won by 51 runs

Exeter - 184 for 5 (Tom Kilmartin 49, Tom Taylor 26, Gus Harvey 23)

Mount Kelly - 133 for 4 (Harry Cornford 2 for 37)

U13A XI v Mount Kelly - postponed

U12A XI v Mount Kelly - postponed

Monday 2 July

U13/U14 XI v Q.E.H. Bristol - won by 3 wickets

QEH – 187 for 4 (Adam Cole 2 for 17, Harrison Gribble 1 for 17)

Exeter – 191 for 7 (Tom Russell 53 retired, Elliot Barnes 51 retired)

Tuesday 3 July

1st XI v Haberdasher Aske's School - won by 6 wickets

Haberdashers - 98 all out (Ben Hayes 6 for 23, Sam Corney 4 for 10)

Exeter - 104 for 4

Wednesday 4 July

1st XI v Blundell's - T20 - lost by 6 wicket

Exeter - 103 all out

Blundell's - 104 for 4


Monday 2 July

Aegon Final, U15 Girls v Blundell’s

The U15 girls played Blundell’s in the County Final of the Team Tennis Division 2 competition.

"They played a tough match but unfortunately lost, well done to Lauren Hughes, Sam McClintock, Jessica Howell and Maddie Keliher," said Miss Carter.

Tuesday 3 July

Aegon Final, U13 Boys v Ilfracombe

The U13 boys played Ilfracombe in the County Final of the Team Tennis Division 2 competition.

"They beat Ilfracombe becoming County Champions and progressing through to the next round of the competition in September," said Miss Carter.

"Well done to Tom Russell, Jim Dixon, Oliver Capps and Archie Redfern."

Girls' & Boys' U13 & U12 v Exeter Cathedral School

Ten mixed pairs played Exeter Cathedral School in a friendly tennis festival on Tuesday.

"Lots of competitive rallies were played and it was a great end to a fantastic tennis season with Exeter School winning overall," said Miss Carter.

"Well done to all involved!"

House Dance

Thursday 5 July

After two years of House Song, House Dance returned to the stage with over 160 dancers representing the nine Houses. The standard of the competition this year was extremely high and congratulations should go to all the choreographers for their hard work.

Director of Sport Mr Mason said: "The dancers made the most of their time on stage and the audience clearly enjoyed all of the performances."

1. Goff

2. Drake

3. Daw