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After postponement due to bad weather in Term 3, the Junior School were finally able to hold their Sports Day on Friday 30 October.

As per previous years, the structure of our Sports Day allows every boy the opportunity to participate in every athletic event, meaning each boy could showcase what they had been working on during their Physical Education lessons. When they weren’t participating in athletic events they were involved in a number of tabloid events.

Congratulations to Stokes-Ware House who were awarded for being awarded the Parkhouse Cup for the overall Champion House. Brooks came in second place by a very small margin, with Alliston-Jones in third place, and Clayton-Dyer in fourth place.

The individual age Champions were as follows:

Malcolm Stevenson Cup               12 year old Champion, Jimmy Hele (Year 6)

Ian Seppelt Cup                             11 year old Champion, James Tolis (Year 6)

Dick Niehuus Cup                          10 year old Champion, Thomas Pyke (Year 4)

Tony Keynes Cup                           9 year old Champion, Henry Morfesi (Year 3)

Tony Keynes Cup                           8 year old Champion, Ziggy McKenna (Year 3)

Students from Stokes-Ware were awarded the B.H. Morrison Cup for the Junior Circular Relay (10 year old).

Brooks won both the The S.P.S.C. Cup for the Junior Shuttle Relay and the Tim Wall Cup for the Senior Shuttle Relay.

Congratulations to the following boys who were the top three places in the age championships:


  • 1st Jimmy Hele (Year 6)
  • 2nd Ethan Cross (Year 6)
  • 3rd Alec Morfesi (Year 6)


  • 1st James Tolis (Year 6)
  • 2nd Leo Dreosti (Year 6)
  • 3rd Louis Bizot (Year 5)


  • 1st Thomas Pyke (Year 4)
  • 2nd Jordy Brown (Year 5)
  • 3rd Callum McLachlan (Year 5)


  • 1st Henry Morfesi (Year 3)
  • 2nd Nicholas Corbet (Year 4)
  • 3rd Anay Mittal (Year 3)
  • 3rd Oliver Larkin (Year 3)


  • 1st Ziggy McKenna (Year 3)
  • 2nd Hugo Yates (Year 3)
  • 3rd Fred Fairweather (Year 3)

A big thank you to all Junior School staff for their support leading up to and during the day and the groundsmen for the effort that they put in to make sure that all of the tracks were marked and that the ovals were in great condition. Finally, I would like to congratulate all of the boys for their efforts. Every boy competed well and did their best to make sure that their team had every possibility to win their Sports Day.

Jason Cosgrove
Junior School PE and Sports Coordinator