The Marlborough College Open took place over the weekend of 23rd-25th January 2015, staged by the Professional Squash Association.
Players in the top 100 (world ranking) took part and it was a competitive day of squash, with Tom Ford eventually named the winner.
With thanks to OM Shakeeb Alireza... More »
Three members of the same family represented their respective College first teams on Saturday 17th January.George, Ed and Freddie played for the College in fixtures against Eton College – with a complete set of results, a win, a draw and a defeat.George was co-captain of the Open XI whilst Ed was... More »
Saturday features a busy fixture schedule with games against Eton, King's Worcester and Downe House.For a full list of matches please click here.Twitter accounts are now set up for many sports at Marlborough. Please click here for a full list. More »
Pupils from Cotton and Littlefield were on hand to witness the dramatic Aviva Premiership fixture between London Irish and Exeter Chiefs on Sunday. The visitors led 13-5 at half-time but a last-minute drop goal from Shane Geraghty secured victory for Irish at The Madejski Stadium. James... More »
Tuesday 13th January
Week One of the Lent Term certainly provided stiff competition as Marlborough found themselves pitted against Radley, Wellington, Millfield, Malvern and Sherborne. Here’s a quick summary of how we fared against high quality opposition…
It was a positive start to... More »
The Marlborough Courtiers will be holding the Harold “Tich” Radford Rosebowl Tournament on Saturday 10th January at the College. The squash tournament is open to all OMs, pupils and there should be several Common Room entrants as well.The tournament will take place in the College courts with a 2.15... More »
Pre-season Netball training for the U14s, U16s and 1st team takes place on Tuesday 6th January.
The training will take place in the Sports Hall with an 11.30am start time.
The Lent Term will officially begin at College at 9pm on Tuesday. More »
Friday 12th December
Most of us no longer in full-time education have some memories that ‘stand-out’ when we think back to our school days. Hopefully, in terms of sport, these memories are some of the real highlights. As we approached the end of 2014, I asked the captains of sport what... More »
O Money-Kyrle (Hu) and E Dell (Hu) shot extremely well in the British Schools Small bore Winter Open on Saturday to win the Junior Pairs competition, beating 22 other teams from 10 schools. Contested on the 50m range at Bisley, it was a gruelling 40 shot match on a 50m range (only 20 shots fewer... More »
Monday 1st December
Talking to players and coaches, and glancing at the results at the end of play on Saturday, there were a number of very close – and exciting - matches. In a high number of cases we seem to have put in ‘gutsy performances’, but finished on just the wrong side of these... More »