The championships are a prestigious event and being selected to represent the region is a huge achievement. The event will be held at Bath University from April 8 until April 10 and Kingston College will be representing the South East region at men’s and ladies’ football, mixed doubles tennis and men’s and women’s elite trampoline.
College Principal, Peter Mayhew-Smith, says: “Kingston College’s sport provision goes from strength to strength and we are intensely proud of our brilliant students and the great staff behind them. We can’t wait to hear the results and hope there’ll be much to celebrate when the competition happens.”
The team includes Kyle Merson, Ben Nicholson, Bradley Murray, Sam Bates, Dominic OGun, Arron Western, Liam Devine, Chan Quan who all play for the men’s football team; Stephanie Anes, Chloe Burr, Zoe Fisher, Chloe Howe,Victoria Petrova, Emily Sleeman, Hayley Williams and Louise Cheng for women’s football; Beth Anne Lumb, Jenise Huxtable Perrin, Melissa Soden, Emma Britton for women’s trampoline; Ashley Noble, men’s trampoline, and Tom Miles and Christa Gecheva in mixed doubles tennis.
Off the field, Kingston College student Chantelle Grant was selected to represent the region as the South East Regional Volunteer after the fantastic volunteer work she has done for both the local community and Kingston College so far this year. Mentoring her through the weekend was another Kingston College student, Amber Guy-Kemp, who is a British College's of Sport National Ambassador.