The final cricket fixture of the 2020-21 Academic year saw the Year 13 Leavers XI take on The Forty Club in a timed match.
The Dulwich athletes enjoyed a hugely successful season with a large number of boys out regularly training after school, some new competitive fixtures and many boys achieving excellent times and distances throughout the summer.
As part of the programme for Mental Health Awareness Week, Nick Brown and Phil Greenaway were delighted to welcome a panel of experts to explore the links between a healthy body and a healthy mind.
Despite missing the entire 2020 season to the pandemic, the DC athletes have returned to competing with fantastic camaraderie and enthusiasm.
The first Year 2 participants were greeted by grey clouds, wind and rain that seemed to get greyer, harder and stronger as the 25-minute timer slowly made its way to zero.
We were delighted to welcome leading sports nutritionist, Matt Lovell, for the final chapter of our Sport Webinar Series.
It was a pleasure to welcome Wales legend and Premier League star Thomas ‘Hal’ Robson-Kanu to the latest in our Sport Webinar Series.
On Wednesday we were delighted to welcome Olympian Maddie Hinch to our Sport Webinar Series.
The whole Dulwich community would like to wish Old Alleynian Beno Obano all the very best for this Saturday (6 February 2021) after coach Eddie Jones selected him as a replacement for Saturday’s 6 Nations opener at Twickenham.
It was an honour to spend an evening talking to Marvin Sordell who shared stories of being rejected and released from academy football but never losing sight of his goal to reach the top level of English football.
On Wednesday 20 January we welcomed Sport Scientist, Tony Strudwick, as our first guest in our Sport Webinar Series.
Congratulations to Harry Corkum (Year 12) on his recent invitation to U18 Great Britain Ice Hockey trials in Sheffield on Thursday 15 October.
After several weeks of lock down training Dulwich College Boat Club thought it was high time to come together for something a little more fun.
Making the most of the growing popularity of Patball amongst the Middle School, Year 11’s Sameer Khalil and Taiga Chawatama took it upon themselves to organise a tournament to raise funds for our charity of the term, AFFCAD.
Hakan Digby, Year 13 and Captain of Athletics for the upcoming season, has enjoyed a fantastic indoor season over the winter.