Swimming Sandor Apponyi became the regional champion with an incredible time of 33.65 seconds in his main event, the 50m Breaststroke. This made him the fastest 13 year old boy in England and the 2nd fastest in Great Britain.
and Alex McGowan came 4th behind Eton. In the J16’s Lennard Wolff and Ryan Hughes came out on top of the pack just in front of WilliamHolmes and Will Robinson. Alfie Brown and Patrick Craig raced in a pair together at the Great Britain Long Distance Trials in Boston in November. The boys came 3rd in their category, securing a place at the Great Britain Potential camp in Spain which took place in December.
In the Champions Trophy, the 1st XV played in a tense, exciting and ultimately frustrating 17-17 draw versus Eton, who progressed as the side that had scored the most tries. Currently we have 15 boys regularly training and playing with professional rugby academies or their respective counties.
Sailing Hakan Digby was selected to
represent Great Britain as a member of the U15 squad at the Irish National Championships.
29 boys from Years 8 to 10 enjoyed a week of sailing in excellent conditions on Lake Garda. With all gaining an RYA sailing qualification, ranging from Level 1 to 4.
Rugby The senior rugby squad returned from a hugely enjoyable and successful rugby tour to South Africa in July. The schedule saw them play five tests, three of which they won.
The annual triangular swimming gala against Whitgift and Trinity took place on 6 October. A Dulwich squad close to full strength saw a 60 point victory over Whitgift who finished only 2 points ahead of Trinity. Water Polo Ethan Staunton was selected to play Water Polo for England. The team travelled to Vienna in Austria to compete against 12 countries in the EU Nations Cup competition.
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