OC Sporting Sucesses

We are proud that a number of OC athletes, many of whom have been Talented Athlete Programme (TAP) members, achieve astounding success in their sporting careers. Please do let us know of any other OC sporting successes: [email protected]


Flora Peel (OJ & A, 2013)
competed as part of the England Hockey team, winning Gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Abbie Whybrow (W, 2020)
was part of the University of Durham cricket team who won the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) final, knocking Loughborough off the pedestal for the first time since 2011 when the competition began.

Jamie Chadwick (OJ & Ch, 2016)
won her first British Grand Prix at Silverstone in July 2022, following W Series wins in Barcelona, Miami and Austin.

Josh Dell (H, 2016) and Oli Soames (BH, 2014)
found themselves on opposing sides during a cricket match between Herefordshire National Counties Cricket and Dorset CCC.

Will Taylor (BH, 2021)
was invited to Lord’s in recognition of scoring a century for the College XI against MCC last year.

Cam Terry (NH, 2018)
playing for Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club, won the Championship Cup final in May 2022. He was playing against Tom Stanton

Anthony Hawkins-Kay (Xt, 2008)
helped Jersey beat Kenya by 96 runs in the International Cricket Council Challenge League B.

Nikita Prothero (CL, 2019)
was named in the England U20 Women’s Rugby squad vs Scotland in March 2022.

Will Goodrick-Clarke (L, 2014)
currently plays for London Irish and had his first International appearance against The Barbarians in June 2022.

Emily Drysdale (W, 2019)
achieved her first cap for Wales in the final of the hockey world cup qualifiers in October 2021 and played in the FIH Hockey Junior World Cup in South Africa in April 2022.

Josh Stanton (NH, 2017)
returned to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB series in 2022 and had a successful weekend at Brands Hatch in July 2022: pole position and two wins.

Brittany Sutton-Page (Q, 2018)
was selected to play for the English Universities hockey squad in September 2021.

Zak O’Sullivan (OJ)
won the Autosport Young Driver of the Year award, joined the Williams Racing Driver Academy, and was crowned GB3 Champion 2021, the youngest ever recipient of the trophy.

India Deakin (W, 2019)
and doubles partner Tara Lumley won the Ladies British Open Doubles in Malvern in November 2021.

Richard Owen (L, 2011)
and doubles partner Tom Billings won the Rackets World Doubles championship after beating fellow OC Jamie Stout (H, 2002) and partner in New York in November 2021.







Seb Blake (BH, 2020), Jack Clement (S, 2019), Louis Hillman-Cooper (S, 2020), Tom Stanton (H, 2018) and Ollie Thorley (BH, 2015)
have all played for Gloucester Rugby.