Habs is excited to announce that the school has, once again, been selected as one of the Top 100 Cricketing Schools listed in The Cricketer Schools Guide 2022.
Huw Turbervill, Editor at The Cricketer: “It has been incredibly heartening to see schools cricket making such a comeback after a very different 2020. Of course, not all schools’ programmes have been the same due to varying restrictions, facilities, and many other understandable reasons but what has been consistent across the spectrum is that the dedication to the game in schools has, not only remained unaffected, but increased.
As a parent myself, I would like to place on record my thanks to all the teachers, coaches and volunteers who have worked so hard, in the most difficult of circumstances, to ensure the next generation are given opportunities to grow within, and love the game, that we cherish so deeply. Congratulations to all the schools included and we look forward to hearing about all your future successes.”
There have been so many positives to take here at Habs as sport returns to some relative normalcy. The school is continuing to support all levels of play and all teams from A to E, as well as increasing the level of rigour for our more elite players. It is encouraging that we have more players than ever representing Middlesex, Berkshire and Hertfordshire at county, regional, borough and district level.
Mr Lock, Headmaster, commented: “I am delighted that The Cricketer Magazine has again placed Habs in the Top 100 Cricketing Schools. We pride ourselves on excellence not only inside the classroom but beyond it as well. It is encouraging to see the continuing development, and success, of cricket at the school. Congratulations to our pupils, teachers and coaches for making this year another outstanding one at Habs.”