Sutton Success at LYG Spring Finals


This year was a particularly fabulous year due to the fact that Sutton had a good representation from a wide range of schools who contributed to this two day event. All the teams competing (except for those specifically mentioned below) finished around mid-table or better out of 33 boroughs, which is a fantastic result.

This year, the celebrity athlete was Lutalo Muhammad who won Bronze and Silver medals in Taekwondo from the last two Olympics, and some of our schools were lucky enough to bump into him as he walked around the complex!

Best Results


Female KS3 – Gold – Nonsuch Girls

Female KS4 – Gold – Wallington Girls

Male KS3 – Gold – Wilsons

Male KS4 – Bronze – Wilsons

Y5/6 Best Football – Westbourne.

Other schools representing Sutton –

Nonsuch Girls – Y7 netball, Westbourne – Hi 5, Rushy Meadown – Y5/6 Girls football, St Elphege’s – Tag Rugby, Cheam Common – Quick sticks, All Saints Carshalton – Fanfest, Beddington Park – Rugby Megafest, Glenthorne – dance performance at opening ceremony and St Philomena’s leaders for boccia, badminton and wheel chair basketball.

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