TWBS Old Boys defeat TWBS Seniors at Stag Meadow in a 3-2 thriller!

TWBS Old Boys defeat TWBS Seniors at Stag Meadow in a 3-2 thriller!

Thanks to all the alumni players who turned out and helped make the day a great success at Stag Meadow on Sunday 13th May. We were lucky enough to have Jack Stacey who plays for Luton and Josh Kelly, who plays semi-pro for Walton. This will be an annual fixture in our alumni calendar from now on! Ms J Lane...
Year 11s last match wins the District Cup

Year 11s last match wins the District Cup

TWBS have been reigning champions of the District Cup for half a decade and it was fair to say we wanted to retain our title.  Not only was it our last game of the season but it was the last game our year 11 team would every play together.  This team has been together since year 9 and has achieved a lot over the three years.  We did the treble in year 9, the double in year 10 and we wanted our first bit of silverware from this match. We arrived at Langley Academy on Tuesday 8th May where the match would be played.  Due to it being a Cup Final the ground had to be neutral.  We warmed up slowly but surely because we didn’t want to overdo it as it was very hot. We have played Wexham before and had won 3-1 on that occasion, so we were firm favourites.  However nothing could be taken for granted as they had shown that they can score against us and especially because we didn’t have our starting goalkeeper.  Special mention to Conor Ball who stood in for Joe Whiter as goalie.  We were also missing Noel Fortune, Jasper Maytum and Ignas Jonatis who had all played integral roles in the team throughout the season and deserve a mention. We got kicked off fairly quickly but the game started fairly slowly.  The first half was very even and it seemed as if we had gone into the game with too much complacency.  It seemed as if the fact that we were favourites made us think it would be a walk...
Millwall FC honour for Alex Mitchell

Millwall FC honour for Alex Mitchell

Congratulations to Alex Mitchell, 11 Lambdin, who has been named Schoolboy of the Year by the Millwall FC Academy. He was presented with the award by the Millwall Chairman, John Berylson, at a ceremony prior to the Millwall v Aston Villa match on Sunday 6th May. The recipient of the award is decided in a vote by all the coaches across all age groups from U7 to U16. There is more information on the Club’s website here: Players and fans unite to celebrate Lions’ remarkable season Mr A Paul Head of Year 11...
TWBS Alumni v 1st XI Seniors Football Match

TWBS Alumni v 1st XI Seniors Football Match

TWBS Alumni v 1st XI seniors football match will be held at Stag Meadow, Windsor this Sunday 13th May.  The all-star alumni team, led by Mr Jeffery from the Sports Dept, includes professional footballer Jack Stacey (Luton Town) and semi-pro Josh Kelly, who will play alongside a strong alumni team. Kick-off is 3pm, so come along with your friends and family. Drinks and BBQ will be available and any money raised on the day will go towards supporting sport at TWBS. Ms J Lane...
AMAZING achievements by past pupils over the Easter break!

AMAZING achievements by past pupils over the Easter break!

Three old boys achieved incredible things in sport over the Easter break and all at TWBS would like the boys to know that we are incredibly proud of them! Once a Windsor Boy, always a Windsor Boy. UNO ANIMO. Jake Norris set a new British Under 23 Hammer record whilst competing for Louisiana State University, throwing an astonishing 79.55m (and he is still only 18 years old). Taylor Campbell in his first ever major senior event, finished an incredible 5th at the Commonwealth Games on the Australian Gold Coast. Having been in bronze medal position until the last round he was so unlucky to have missed out by a matter of centimetres.  A hugely impressive achievement at just 21 years of age. Away from the hammer cage Jack Stacey was named in the FA League 2 team of the year after his fantastic performances for Luton Town FC all season throughout their promotion winning campaign to League 1. This really is another brilliant achievement from one of our own.   Mr R Gregory Director of Sport...
Easy as 1,2,3…4 for the TWBS U14 football

Easy as 1,2,3…4 for the TWBS U14 football

After a slow start to the season for the U14 football team, they have strung together 4 consecutive wins and boast a goal scoring record of 18 goals scored in that time, Sam Healey leading the goal scoring stats with 2 hat tricks in 3 games. Their latest victory came away at Westgate, after the habitual slow start as the boys went 1-0 down early. The boys showed some fight to take a slender lead into the 2nd half.  After some words of wisdom and inspiration by Mr Skevington, Mr Dodoo and Mr Unsworth, the boys showcased some ‘Uno Animo’ attitude and produced some breathtaking football led by Man of the Match Joe Bartlett. In the end running away 7-1 winners. In true Windsor Boys’ School style, the boys nominate a man of the match every game with the winner gaining the captain’s armband for the following match. Next up a potential league decider for the unbeaten Windsor Boys School v title rivals St Joseph’s. (Pictured from left to right: Zain Ishaq 1 goal, Charlie Dunnett 2 goals, Sam Healey 3 goals and kneeling, Joe Bartlett 1 goal and 4 assists) Mr R...
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