Christo Chilton (Year 7) looked like a boy possessed as he charged off in the early stages against a top class U13 field.
37 boys from Years 11, 12 and 13 attended a five day pre-season tour to Barcelona before Christmas to prepare for the upcoming season.
Beno Obano OA (2011-13) was called up for his first England rugby training camp last week.
It is without hesitation that I report that this year we enjoyed our most successful Canada Cup of the six years to date.
Congratulations to Jamie Anderson (Year 9) who recently spent two days at St George's Park, the home of the England Football Team.
Dulwich's finest rugby players assembled amidst the mud, sweat and tears of Eller Bank, during their final games session of the term, to do battle with the oval ball.
Dulwich College became the first side ever to have won both the Champions Trophy and the U18 Schools Cup after they beat Blundell’s 34-29 in a stunning Champions Trophy final at Allianz Park.
Under coach James Hanks OA, now in his second year in charge, the 1st XV have grown into a formidable side and go forward to the prestigious Champions Trophy final.
Congratulations to our Junior and Intermediate Cross Country teams.
42 Dulwich College boys and seven staff thoroughly enjoyed five nights in San Sebastián.
On the 21 and 22 October the 1st XV squad attended the St Joseph’s National Rugby Festival.
The following Middle and Upper School boys were selected and represented their respective Academy rugby teams over the half term break.
On Monday 9 October the U9 A and B teams attended the Eaton Square School 6-a-side Tournament at Battersea Park.
On Thursday 5 October the U11 squad travelled to Alleyn's School to play in the ISFA seven-a-side London regional tournament.
It was a great pleasure to welcome 24 teams and over 250 Year 5 players to this year’s tournament, held at Dulwich College on 3 October.