inspiresport U15 One Day Cup 2019

Exeter School recently came back from a fantastic cricket tour to Dubai over the Autumn half-term, organised by inspiresport. We had an action-packed itinerary over 6 days, which included 5 cricket matches and some unforgettable sightseeing. Some of our matches were played under lights and we had the opportunity to play a variety of formats. Our excursion highlights included a tour to the top of the Burj Khalifa [world’s tallest building] and a breath-taking desert safari with dinner at the Bedounin Campsite. Added to that, we stayed in a fantastic hotel in the heart of Dubai. Tour Captain, James Horler adds, “The cricket was a fantastic experience, 5 games in searing heat and under floodlights was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Playing on amazing grounds with backdrops you would never get in the UK made the cricket 10 times better and to play great cricket against some good quality sides topped it off. Aside from the cricket, a trip to Wild Wadi waterpark was extremely enjoyable, especially cooling off from the heat!”


G.E.L. Ashman
Junior School Boys’ Games Coordinator


Eton College win an exciting final played in a sporting manner.  Eton the first winners of the inspiresport Cup 2019.  Congratulations!

A message from U15 One Day Cup sponsors inspiresport

Huge congratulations to Eton College on their inspiresport U15 One Day Cup win at Oakham on Monday. I am sure they will join with me in thanking the Trent College team for making the match competitive and enjoyable for the spectators who attended. On a personal note, it was a pleasure to present the winners’ trophy after spending the day chatting to many cricket enthusiasts about our partnership with ESCA and our cricket tours in general.

Inspiresport are the UK’s leading provider of school sports development tours with destinations across the world. We partner with some of cricket’s top domestic clubs, including Warwickshire, Lancashire, Glamorgan and Surrey to provide our school and youth team groups access to top training facilities and professional coaching. For those looking a little further afield, we’ve recently operated school cricket tours to Barbados, Sri Lanka and India with great success.

We understand that touring plays such an important role in cricket from the national team right through to school competitions and offers players opportunities to test their skills in varying conditions whilst making once-in-a-lifetime memories with their team mates and friends.

If you’d like to know more about our range of cricket tours, we’d be delighted to meet with you at a more convenient time to discuss your requirements, and as inspiresport U15 One Day Cup Finalists you’ll receive an exclusive ‘thank you’ of adidas kit should you go on to book a tour with us.

We’re excited to continue our sponsorship of next year’s competition and look forward to sharing more information about our business, our products and our people in the near future, but for now I’ll wish you all a relaxing summer break.

Yours in sport

Steve Butchart – CEO inspiresport

U15 Eton v Trent 2019 Scorecard


Inspiresport U15 One Day Cup 2019 Draw Results


South East

Alleyn’s School v Harrow School



Sedbergh beat RGS Newcastle by 40 runs.

Sedbergh 169-8 (40 overs) – Evan Williams 58
RGS Newcastle 129-10 (39.3 overs)



Oundle School 102 RUNS  10 WKTS

Denstone College 104 RUNS 1 WKT

Sedbergh School 169-8 [Evan Williams 58 ]
RGS Newcastle 129-10
Sedbergh WON by 40 runs

Oundle School 102-10 [Oliver Ford 33, Joseph Thompson 4-10.]
Denstone College 104-1 [Henry Mountford 55 not out ]
Denstone WON by 9 wickets

South East

Framlingham College 136, Haberdashers’ Aske’s 137 for 1 (Niyam Shah 69*)
Habs won by 9 wickets



Malvern 135 for 7
Shrewsbury 136 for 7

Trent College 195-6
Pocklington 48-10
Trent College WON by 147 runs

scorecard_Colston’s School v Stanwell School


Hurstpierpoint 123 (Catherwood-Smith 3-15)
Eton 124-3 (Daly 46 no)


Bedford 188 – 7 (30 Overs)
Kings Grantham 179=9 (30 Overs)


St. Aidan’s, Yorkshire beat Sandbach School
by 8 wickets

South East

Wheatley Park School- 150-5 beat Aylesbury Grammar School 149–5 by 5 wickets

South West

Marlborough beat Portsmouth GS by 79 runs today (Marlborough 232-8 (40 overs), Portsmouth GS 152)


South West

Marlborough beat Portsmouth GS by 79 runs today (Marlborough 232-8 (40 overs), Portsmouth GS 152)


South East

Harrow v Wheatly Park  Harrow won by 96 runs


South West

Cheltenham College v Millfield School 20190516-Cheltenham College U15A’s-Boys U15A’s results

South East

Tonbridge won, batting first with 171ao, Trinity finishing on 128ao Trinity v Tonbridge result

NORTH Round Two

Sedbergh School 225-10
St.Aidans School 182-10 [H.Allinson 125, T.Aspinwall 6-18]
Sedbergh School WON by 43 runs


Bedford School 165-8
Denstone College 75-10
Bedford School WON by 90 runs

South East

Eton College 193-4 (40 overs), Haberdashers’ Aske’s 87


South & West

Marlborough 197 all out, Truro 92 all out – Marlborough win by 105 runs


South East

New Hall 143-5
The Leys 118-10

Eton 219-6 Harrow 217 all out.


scorecard_export Colston’s v Sherborne


South East

Tonbridge 255ao from 39.4 overs
Trinity 134ao from 32.4 overs


South & West

Bro Myrddin won by 7 runs against Gyfun Gwyr
Colston’s have defeated Bro Myrddin


South & West

Marlborough 140 all out, Millfield 125 all out.


South East

Tonbridge 123-9
Eton 124-6 (Weir *50, Coomber *44)


South & West

Marlborough 143 all out off 37.3 overs, Colston’s 106 all out off 29.5 overs.