There has been plenty of sport this term, with spectators returning to the sidelines for the first time in nearly eighteen months.
Senior rugby players signed off their Hampton sporting careers with impressive victories against Epsom College, Wellington College and Whitgift School. Lower down the School, our younger players returned to competitive action in a series of block fixtures.
There has also been success for School Captain Jamie Benson who has signed a professional contract with Harlequins, whilst Louis Lynagh OH (2019) has had an impressive season with the South West London club which culminated in Louis scoring two tries in a thrilling match to help Harlequins win their first Premiership title for nine years.
Football matches continued through the summer months. The First XI finished second in the HUDL League, after some excellent results including wins against Bradfield College and Millfield School, narrowly missing out on the top spot on goal difference.
The Boat House has enjoyed being back on the water with junior crews gaining race experience for the very first time. At the National Schools’ Regatta, Charlie Close and Jacob O’Loughlin impressed with a Bronze medal in the Senior Championship Double.
Competitive fixtures for our tennis players and athletes have also resumed during the summer term, with impressive performances from pupils across the year groups.