Cumnor House Sussex (CHS) carried home the IAPS U13 Girls’ Hockey National Championship in a brilliantly played season

Cumnor House Sussex (CHS) is the first stand-alone independent prep to win the IAPS U13 Girls’ Hockey National Championship since 2016. The win was the culmination of regional rounds with up to 100 teams participating. CHS U13 hockey also had wins in both the UKSA and Worth School’s hockey tournaments as well as an unbeaten run in its season’s fixtures.

Cumnor House – National hockey champions
The girls of CHS were the first independent prep team to win the national U13 IAPS crown since 2016

In the finals, the girls of Cumnor House competed against the top 20 IAPS teams, with the finals of the National Tournament being played at Haileybury School. “They are such a talented group of girls, who have shown strong potential since they were in Year 3. Always eager to learn, they have a strong work ethic, are team players and are a pleasure to coach,” says CHS coach Caroline Park. Headmaster of the Sussex prep and pre-prep . Headmaster Fergus Llewellyn, adds: “I am immensely proud of what the girls have achieved, and our incredibly talented and dedicated Sports’ department. A huge thank you to all the parents who have supported the team throughout the season and especially on the day.”

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