By Sam Colvine From the storied cricket pitches of Hanworth Road to the only slightly more prestigious wickets at Lords, Blake Cullen OH (2020), in his short albeiteventful cricketing career … Continue Reading Blake Cullen: Life in the Fast Lane
By Tom Oliver On 29 May 2004, Mr Andy Beattie walked out in front of 59,000 spectators onto the hallowed turf of Twickenham. His Bath side, the side he had … Continue Reading Mr Beattie: Old Boy brings New Impetus
By Luca Parrish With the football season now behind us, it’s probably a good time to reflect on the exploits of this year’s First XI. The class of 2021-22 have … Continue Reading First XI Season Review
By Alex Watson It’s been an immense season for the Hampton U13A football team. Under the guidance of their coach Mr Hooper, they have managed to reach the semi-finals of … Continue Reading U13A Season Review – What a Season!
By Vishal Saha A multitude of different sports are played here at Hampton – however, one that does not always dominate the sports headlines or gain as much attention is … Continue Reading Courtside: An Insight into Hampton Tennis
By Arun Crowe, Omer Olcer and Alex Watson With an illustrious career of 469 matches for top Rugby Union side Saracens, and many years spent working at some of England’s … Continue Reading Floyd Steadman: Trailblazing Rugby Star
By Anuj Srivastav With the 2022 Cricket Season fast approaching, the Hampton School First XI are looking to improve on their performances during the previous year. They played a total … Continue Reading Cricket 2022 Season Preview
By Harry McLusky Life as a 16-year-old pupil is difficult enough. Yet, imagine having to balance GCSEs with national level sport. This is something aspiring cyclist and Hamptonian, Finlay Hawker, … Continue Reading Finlay Hawker: Life on the Road
By Sam Colvine There was an air of uncertainty the last time HSC talked to Ollie Stanhope OH (2016). The Covid-19 pandemic was beginning to tighten its grip on everyday … Continue Reading Stanhope’s Golden Year
By Henry Fagan Mr David Clarke has taught at Hampton for nearly 40 years but how many Hamptonians know about his illustrious running career? Having competed internationally for Great Britain … Continue Reading Mr Clarke: Running Things
By Avi Bhatt Mr Chris Harrison is one of Hampton School’s longest-serving cricket coaches and has been coaching and playing the game for many years. During this time he has … Continue Reading Mr Harrison: Cultivating Cricketing Success
By Henry Fagan When did you start fencing? When I was seven years old in China, I started to play around 30 minutes per week compared to now where I … Continue Reading Osborn Zhu: Future Olympic fencer in the making?
By Luca Parrish Mr Andy Ritchie has been coaching football at Hampton for some time, and recently, I spoke to him about various footballing topics. These stretched from his experiences … Continue Reading Coaching the Ritchie way
HSC’s Deputy Online Editor, Sam Colvine, catches up with Dave Travis OH (1964), a Commonwealth Gold medallist.
Vishal Saha meets Hampton Fourth Year student and European-level gymnast, Rex Booth
JAYDEN ONI: From claiming an Olympic Gold medal at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles to becoming a current history teacher and coach at Hampton, Mr Cross has had a successful life so far – a vivid story to tell. In his youth, Mr Cross never thought that his delicate rowing talent would ever lead to his fulfilled life today, yet he trained hard to achieve his goals