Recent College News

NatWest Schools Cup

Category: Rugby, Sport, General

The Junior Colts were narrowly beaten 19-12 by Colston's School in a keenly contested NatWest Schools Trophy cup tie on Wednesday afternoon.With the match played on Hamersley, the home side scored first before a strong second half comeback from the visitors to seal a place in the next round of the... More »

Today's fixtures

Category: Sport, General

There is a busy fixture schedule today ahead of this weekend's Exeat.Fixtures take place at Marlborough with rugby against St Edward's, hockey against Bradfield College, lacrosse at Wellington and football against Battersea.For a full list of matches please click here.A range of Twitter accounts... More »

Fives Taster Sessions

Category: Sport, General

There was plenty of action on our Fives courts last Thursday - a fixture v St. Bart’s on the Eton courts, while indoors, the Ivy House Shell had their taster session. New Court get their turn next week...Is there a champion among them to win April’s National Championships? Tom KiggellMaster in... More »

On Target

Category: Sport

In the English Schools 50m Small Bore Rifle Challenge on Saturday, I Lee (NC Hu) and F Kverndal (C1 Re) won a bronze medal in the U16 pairs competition, coming third out of 20 pairs from 11 different schools. Meanwhile, the College’s 1st IV came fifth out of 26 IVs, only seven points behind first... More »

Review: Turkey SwimTrek

Category: Trips, General, Sport

October Half-Term 2015 - SwimTrek Who would want to meet at Gatwick at 5.30 in the morning to catch a flight? Who would want to go swimming three times a week as training for a school trip? 11 Marlburian open water pioneers of course, who went on a long distance sea Swimtrek in Turkey... More »

All set for the Silk Cup

Category: Rugby, Events, General

Rugby matches this Saturday will have an extra edge as teams from Marlborough College and Radley go head to head for the right to win the Silk Cup.Presented by The Marlburian Club, the Silk Cup is in honour of DRW Silk who was both the coach of the all-conquering Marlborough XV of 1963 and... More »

Karate Gold

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Sport

Congratulations to Max Fillingham (TU Sh) who represented Great Britain in the World Karate Championships Cup in Venice during half-term.  With over 54 countries attending, Fillingham competed in the Under 16 category and managed to secure the Gold Medal. A fantastic achievement at a World... More »

Cricket Professional Appointed

Category: Sport

Marlborough College is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Alleyne as the new Cricket Professional. The former Gloucestershire all-rounder won ten ODI caps for England between 1999 and 2000 and captained the record breaking Gloucestershire limited over side of the early 2000s. He became... More »

John Jackson – Olympian 2016

Category: General, Sport, Hockey

We are absolutely delighted to congratulate the Ireland Men’s hockey team, and in particular our own Head of Hockey, John Jackson, on qualification for the Rio Olympics next year.  This is the first time in 108 years that an Irish hockey team will be represented at this event.  John has... More »

Article 1 to 10 out of 166 articles.