Congratulations to the Year 11 boys who played a brilliant game of football in the 4th round of the National School Cup last Wednesday beating St Thomas’ College in Dulwich 5 - 4. Well done boys. They now progress to the 5th round of the competition.
Sadly due to the cold weather over the weekend the home rugby fixtures against St Olaves were cancelled. Many of the players were looking forward to the tough competition, but hopefully they will be rescheduled at another time. The away teams did get a chance to play but with mixed fortune. I am pleased to report though that the 1st XV won pretty confidently 33 – 12. Well done lads. The next big match is on Saturday 9 December when MGS plays The Judd School!
Also at the weekend the RAF Section attended RAF Honington for the Air Cadet Organisation National Drill Finals. MGS was there as the best of over 200 CCF units against the best of the Air Training Corps regions. Sadly we did not place in the Drill Finals but did win the Inspection phase of the competition and therefore are the best turned-out cadets in the entire organisation. The cadets met the Commandant Air Cadets: Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty who congratulated them for their efforts. Thank you to everyone who went along and well done to all the cadets.
This week we see four enthusiastic performances of this year’s school production School of Rock. Cast, musicians and crew, supported by many members of staff have been rehearsing hard for the last three months. Good luck to them all and ‘break a leg.’ The first performance is on Wednesday at 7.30pm. Do come along.
An advance notice on Wednesday 6 December the MGS choir will be performing a few Christmas carols in town supporting the Demelza House Carolathon. They will be performing at 12pm, so if you are in town Christmas shopping please do go along and support.