On 30 March, the world’s top runners will take to the start line of the IAAF World Cross-Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark. They will be set off by Shrewsbury School ‘Huntsman’ (Captain of Cross-Country) ...
On the last Saturday of term, the Hunt travelled to the Shropshire Hills for its annual Hunt Club Champs, the only purely internal race for members of the Club.
Staging the race off-site for the first time in a num...
The 1st VIII broke a 72-year-old record with their outstanding performance over the 5,000m North of England Head course on the River Dee on Saturday.
Many congratulations to the Shrewsbury Fencing team on their outstanding performances at this year's Public Schools' Championships, where highlights included second place in the prestigious Winston Churchill Cup.
On Monday 18th March the RSSBC girls’ squads travelled to Dorney Lake, Eton to compete at the Junior Sculling Head.
Congratulations to the 1st and U16 VIIs on their tremendous performances in the Stonyhurst Sevens Tournament – and particularly to the 1st VII, who won the Plate.
The Boat Club took five crews to race at the Schools’ Head of the River in London on Friday 15th March, the most prestigious event of the 'head' calendar.
The last few weeks have been frenetic but rewarding for the boys’ senior and junior hockey teams.
Congratulations to the Senior Lacrosse Squad on their best ever performance in the National Schools’ U19 Lacrosse Championships, held in Aldershot last weekend.
On Wednesday 6th March, the RSSH enjoyed a successful afternoon at the Spring Relays held at Attingham Park - a venue that seems to save up its dramatic weather for whenever cross-country races are staged th...
RSSBC crews competed at three different venues last weekend, in the Hammersmith Head, the West Midlands Junior Championships and home time-trials against King's Chester - all valuable preparation for th...
Our senior basketball team, 'The Sharks', played the biggest game in their history on Wednesday 6th March with a quarter-final in the national English Basketball Association (EBBA) Cup.
On Sunday 24th March, Chemistry teacher Vicky Kirk and Shrewsbury School parent Karen Wilcox will be running the London Landmarks Half-Marathon to raise money for the charity CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).
Our girls’ and boys’ 1st XIs and the boys’ U15 squad enjoyed a very successful tour to Cape Town, South Africa over February half-term.
Shrewsbury School maintained the very high standard they have set for the past five years in the Girls EFA U15 National School Championships, held at Eton on Wednesday 6th February.
As National Runners-Up for the last two years in the Lady Taverners’ Indoor Cricket Tournament, Shrewsbury School’s U15 girls cricket team are delighted to have made a strong start in this year’s campaign.
The RSSH took their largest team for many years to the Shropshire Schools County Cross-Country Championships, with over 40 runners competing across five separate categories.
Whether reaching for the heights of elite level performance or simply 'having a go', the meandering River Severn at Shrewsbury School is a great teacher of teamwork, resilience and perseverance.
Wednesday 6th February saw the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt travel to the War Memorial Park, Coventry for the King Henry VIII Relays. This fixture, along with the Knole Run, marks the real high-point of competiti...
Congratulations to Sam Austen (SH), Rory McDonald-O'Brien (PH) and Ted Williams (R), who beat Oswestry (2-1) in the Independent Schools Golf Association Regional Matchplay Final at Hawkstone Park last w...
Congratulations to the Hunt, who have been in top form this week: three team trophies and several individual podium positions in the Shropshire Schools Cross-Country Championships on 2nd February; and&n...
On Saturday 30th March 2019, the world’s top runners will take to the start line of the IAAF World Cross-Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark. They will be set off by Shrewsbury School’s Huntsman: Charlie Ockl...
The 1st VII gave up part of their Coach Weekend to play in the Midlands Regional Netball Tournament, having qualified in November when they were runners-up at the county tournament.
This week, Fencing.
Congratulations to James Hinwood (Rt U6) and to Jude Huffer (Rb 5), who won gold and bronze respectively in the U18 Boys’ Epée in the West Midland Qualifiers for the British Youth Championships.
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