The boys’ and girls’ teams of the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt were in tremendous form in one of the biggest races in the cross-country calendar on Saturday 12th January.
This week, Netball.
A stunning Shrewsbury School 1st XI goal against Bradfield has been voted ‘Christmas Goal of the Season’ by Hudl Independent Schools League coaches.
The 1st XI travelled to AKS Lytham Independent School for the 4th round of the National Cup. This was a tough draw away, but the girls were feeling positive after three recent strong games.
On the last Wednesday of term, the annual Paperchases were held. This is an historic race around the Site that has been run every year since the 1830s.
13 houses; 260 pupils rowing; 5 school records and plenty of decibels... The excitement and competitiveness of this high-octane event was captured on film by Film Fellow David Clifford.
The J15 boys and girls travelled to King’s School Chester on 1st December for a private match on the River Dee.
Sixty J16 boys and Senior Girls competed at the Wycliffe Small Boats Head held on the Gloucester Berkeley Canal on Saturday and recorded a strong set of results over the 2500m course.
On Wednesday afternoon on Senior, the School witnessed another epic ISFA Boodles Cup encounter with Millfield School.
Two senior boys’ crews travelled to Wallingford on Sunday to race in the Wallingford Head of the River.
On Saturday the RSSH took an U15 team to the national final of the ESAA Cross-Country Cup, having qualified through the County and Regional rounds earlier in the autumn.
Shrewsbury's golf team has made it to the Regional Final of the Independent Schools’ Golf Association (ISGA) Knockout Golf Tournament.
A comprehensive victory against the strongest university team in the country bodes well for the Lent Term Fives Competitions and the National Schools at Shrewsbury in March.
The 1st XV went into action last Wednesday in the fourth round of the NatWest Vase buoyed by a string of excellent performances in the competition to date.
Congratulations to the 1st XI, who have won through to the Quarter-Finals of the ISFA Boodles Cup, and to the U15s, who have reached the last 16 of the ISFA Investec Cup.
The U16A XI were thrilled and honoured to have their match against Bolton School this week refereed by Martin Atkinson, one of the most experienced and highly respected Premiership and FIFA referees in the country.
The Hunt had a busy and successful weekend, with the U15 boys' and girls' teams both competing in the regional round of the ESAA Cup in Newport, Shropshire, and the seniors racing in a friendly against Bromsgrove and ...
Seven Shrewsbury crews competed at this year’s Fours' Head of the River. They were among 483 crews racing for honours on the Thames Tideway.
Shrewsbury School competed in the Richard Black Fives Cup at Eton College last weekend with a team comprising five pupils, one member of staff and one Old Salopian.
Many congratulations to Lower Sixth Former Issy Wong (G), who won a place on the ECB England Women’s Cricket Training Group Programme - a tremendous achievement.
Congratulations to James Hinwood (Rt U6), who is now 11th in the British Junior Epée rankings.
It's not yet the official term for Netball at Shrewsbury, but the 1st and 2nd VIIs nevertheless both enjoyed a great day this week at the U19s County Championships. They finished County Runners-Up and P...
Over half-term, the Boat Club took 27 pupils to compete at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, USA - the biggest rowing regatta in the world, with nearly 11,000 competitors taking part.
The Tucks of 2018 will go down in the annals of the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt for two very different reasons…
The J16 and J15 boys and girls raced valiantly last weekend in bitter wind and rain to come home from their first event of the year with some fantastic results.
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