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Cricket Team and Player of the Week


Player of the Week
Some good performances have been recorded over the past week in 8 wins out of 11 games. Callum Furmidge made a half century for the U15s whilst Pranav Madan was in the runs for the U15 and U14 teams. For the U14s, Harry Bowman continued his good form with the bat and Daniel Read had fine bowling figures conceding just 4 runs from 4 overs. Jackson Ellis and Adam Forshaw both hit 31 for the U13s against Glyn with Moksh Sachdeva bowling well to take 2-10. Arnav Patnaik was in good form with both bat and ball for the U12s. Also bowling well for the U12s were Eeshaan Iyer 2-17 and Daniel Pickles 3-14, with Stuart Gray behind the stumps taking 2 stumpings and a catch. The Player of the Week goes to Arjun Kakkattel who had tremendous bowling figures in the U14B match against Hayes of 3 overs 1 maiden 2 wickets for 4 runs, plus taking 2 catches which was very important in winning the game.

Team of the Week
Some good performances have been recorded over the past week in 8 wins out of 11 games. Callum Furmidge made a half century for the U15s whilst Pranav Madan was in the runs for the U15 and U14 teams. For the U14s, Harry Bowman continued his good form with the bat and Daniel Read had fine bowling figures conceding just 4 runs from 4 overs. Jackson Ellis and Adam Forshaw both hit 31 for the U13s against Glyn with Moksh Sachdeva bowling well to take 2-10. Arnav Patnaik was in good form with both bat and ball for the U12s. Also bowling well for the U12s were Eeshaan Iyer 2-17 and Daniel Pickles 3-14, with Stuart Gray behind the stumps taking 2 stumpings and a catch. The Player of the Week goes to Arjun Kakkattel who had tremendous bowling figures in the U14B match against Hayes of 3 overs 1 maiden 2 wickets for 4 runs, plus taking 2 catches which was very important in winning the game.

Football Awards 2016–17

1st XI
Manager’s player of the year - Emmanuel Amissah-Eshun
Players’ player of the year - Josh Norman
Top Goal Scorer - Xavier Teague

2nd XI
Player of the Year - Josh Eves

3rd XI
Player of the Year - Sam Barker

4th XI
Player of the Year - Toye Oladinni

5th XI
Player of the Year - Harry Regan

U15A
Manager’s player of the year - Nathan Ferguson
Players’ player of the year - Josh Fan
Top scorer - Seyon Srishangar

U15B
Manager’s player of the year - Tom Bradshaw
Players’ player of the year - Leon Kapszewicz

U14A
Manager’s player of the year - Guy Thompson
Players’ player of the year - Guy Thompson
Top scorer - Yusuf Hussain

U14B
Manager’s player of the year - Nye Flowers
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U13A
Manager’s player of the year - Jacob De Sa
Players’ player of the year - Thomas Hubner

U12A
Manager’s player of the year - Dubem Eze
Players’ player of the year - Thomas Vuolo
Top goal scorer - Guy Rogers

U12B
Manager’s player of the year - Folaju George
Overall Top Goal scorer in the school for 2016-17: Guy Rogers 62 goals

Cricket Results


Monday 12 June

Wilson’s vs. KCS Wimbledon
U15A lost by 9 wickets (Surrey Cup)

Tuesday 13 June

Wilson’s vs. Old Wilsonians CC
U13A lost by 4 runs

Wilson’s vs. St Joseph’s
U13B won by 23 runs
Thursday 15 June

Wilson’s vs. Hayes
U14B won by 37 runs

Friday 16 June

Wilson’s vs. Trinity
U12A lost by 14 runs (Surrey Cup)
U12B won by 2 runs

Saturday 17 June

Wilson’s vs. Glyn
U15A won by 7 wickets
U14A won by 30 runs
U13A won by 17 runs
U12A won by 8 runs

Saturday 17 June

Wilson’s vs. Dunottar
U14B won by 5 wickets
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Athletics News


The Wilson's junior and intermediate Athletics teams competed in the south east regional round of the nationals last week. The rules of the competition allow each athlete to participate in one track and one field event, or a track/field and a relay event. Points are allocated depending on their time/distance.

The intermediates (Y9/10) travelled to King's Meadow with a strong squad, looking to improve on their score from the last round. Ollie Preest started off well on the track, running an 11.5s 100m, followed by Alfie McMullen who ran a 24.9s 200m. Callum Hockley PB'd in the 800m with a very quick 2m.05 and Tom Woolley was unlucky to come 2nd in an extremely quick 1500m race, again he PB'd with 4m.26. In the field, Jamie Park jumped an impressive 5.39m in the long jump, Ademola Lewis threw 27.28m in the discus followed by James Benjamin throwing 30.81m in the Javelin. The intermediates finished on a massive 431 points, only losing out to Brighton College by 1 point!

It was the juniors' turn on Thursday, when they travelled to the Julie Rose stadium in Ashford for their A final as they won the first round of County. In the field, Matthew Mannix started off with a massive 10.07m triple jump, closely followed by Alex Berard (right, above) who jumped 5.01m in the long jump. Israel Bakare jumped a huge 1.53m in the high jump and Jordan Adejumo (right, below) threw a 10.15m shot. On the track, Jin Woo Choi ran an impressive 13s hurdles and Brandan Morrell ran 5m 08 in the 1500m. The boys finished on 403 points against some extremely strong athletes/schools around the country.