By Alex Watson Hampton U13As threw themselves into the new (and hopefully longer) football season of 2021/22 in fine fashion with an efficient 6-3 victory over Berkhamsted School. Early intent … Continue Reading U13As begin season in fine fashion with convincing victory
By Joseph Gordon It had been more than a year since the U14C team had played, but, in their first game back, they were dominant at home to Wilson’s School. … Continue Reading Comfortable 5-1 win sees U14C footballers start their season in style
By Billy Hutchings After such a long break from competitive football, it seems that the excellent football programme offered at Hampton is returning to normality, as a select group of … Continue Reading Promising pre-season bodes well for Senior Footballers
After a disjointed 2020/21 academic year, Hampton Sports Chronicle remains as strong as ever, ready to cover what promises to be an exciting sporting year for the School. Despite the … Continue Reading HSC is back for 2021/22!
In the first instalment of our new series, First XI goalkeeper Oscar Murphy gives HSC an insight into the senior squad’s season preparations.
Harlequins academy star, Louis Lynagh OH (2019), today signed a contract extension with the Gallagher Premiership side, confirming his long-term future in South-west London.
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
Continuing HSC’s new series, deputy editor Sam Colvine talks through his favourite articles. Favourite HSC article (written by another writer) The content on the HSC website and within the yearly … Continue Reading Behind the Lines: Sam Colvine
In the first edition of HSC’s new series, Editor-in-Chief Josh Bartholomew goes Behind the Lines and reveals some of his favourite articles from over the year. Favourite HSC article (written … Continue Reading Behind the Lines: Josh Bartholomew
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
Y Football | U12As beat Aldenham School in 10 goal thriller Hampton 6-4 Aldenham With the Headmaster watching on from the sidelines, the U12A football team were able to out … Continue Reading Youth Roundup: Aldenham and Bradfield
By James Eggleton | From the Hampton History department to the corridors of Cambridge and playing at Twickenham, Dr Dixon’s past is an amazing story. The Cambridge rugby player found … Continue Reading From Twickenham Stadium to Hampton School: History teacher Dr Dixon talks rugby to HSC
Bradfield 2-2 Hampton By Maxi Grindley Hampton’s U18A team played out a thrilling draw with Bradfield’s First XI, which ended in a 2-2 stalemate. After a tricky start, Hampton took … Continue Reading U18s draw with Bradfield in pulsating friendly clash
By Omer Demiral | Royal Russell 3-1 Hampton | The Hampton U14A team lost 3-1 away to Royal Russell in a very tough game. Coming off of a 3-0 win … Continue Reading Positives to take for U14A despite loss to Royal Russell
By Maxi Grindley Aldenham 1-2 Hampton Hampton U18 beat their Aldenham counterparts 2-1 on Saturday, despite the torrential rain. Competing as individual year-groups rather than a whole senior squad due … Continue Reading U18 beat Aldenham with late Omaar winner