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June 2014 Results
Saturday 14th June    
Scottish Schools Triathlon


On Saturday 14th June, Issy Olsen (S1) competed in the Scottish Schools Triathlon. Unlike the Fife Schools Multi Events, first year pupils only compete in three events, high jump, shot putt and 600 metres. Issy finished in third place, which is an outstanding result at this level of competition. She also jumped a personal best of 1.38m in the high jump, which helped her on her way by accumulating extra vital points to receive her bronze medal at the end of the day.

Wednesday 11th June    
Scottish Schools Tennis Plate - Madras Champions 2014


Congratulations to the Madras Tennis Team on their brilliant performances to be crowned Scottish Schools Tennis Champions for 2014. The team comprise Zak Scott, Sholto Cocris, William Davidson, Sam McKiddie and Gregory Dritschel. They are coached by tennis guru - Mr Darge. Read the report and see the pictures of the team.

May 2014 Results
Thursday 27th May    
Fife Multi-Event Competition

Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy

Thursday 29th May 2014 16 selected athletes from Madras College competed in the annual Fife multi-event competition at Pitreavie Sports arena, Dunfermline. With only Jack Bremner representing the Senior pupils who were on exams it was full squads of 3 boys and 3 girls from S1, S2 and S3 who competed over the 5 events: 100m/200m, High Jump/Long Jump, Hurdles, Shot Putt and 800m.


Read the full report.......

March 2014 Results
Tuesday 25th March    
Fife Schools Cross Country

Multiple Madras Winners at Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy

Congratulations to the following pupils who were successful at the recent Cross Country Championships held at Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy:


Sam McInnes (S1) and Evan Shively (S1), finished in 2nd place, winning silver individual medals in their respective races.

The S1 girls, Sam McInnes (2nd), Issy Olsen (8th), Tsen Day Beaver (9th) and Carly Tragham (14th) were the first four home for Madras in the team event, winning gold medals. (50 S1 girls raced)

Also, winning gold medals in the S2/S3 boys race were Grant Paterson (S3) 4th, Gregory Dritschel (S2) 10th, Stuart Fearn (S3) 13th and Rohan Strathie (S3) 14th. (64 boys raced)

The S1 Boys finished in 2nd place in the team event; Evan Shively (2nd), Alexander Thomson (6th), Antonio Boyd (12th) and Matthew Cuffley (13th).  They narrowly missed out on winning a gold medal by 2 points.  (61 boys raced)

The S2/3 Girls not to miss out on medals, finished in 3rd school team place; Abbie Hendry (S3) 4th, Sara Keracher (S2) 8th, Beth Constance (S3)  20th and Kate Ballantyne (S2) 23rd. (32 girls raced)


Monday 17th March    
Fife Cycle Speedway: Madras v Glenwood, Balwearie, Viewforth and Queen Anne

Madras Crowned Fife Cycle Speedway Champions

Madras College Cycle Speedway team were crowned Fife Inter-School Champions in the final highly competitive match at Queen Anne High School, Dunfermline. Fife Provost Jim Leishman was in attendance throughout the match to witness the intense racing and to present the handsome trophy to the not-so-handsome winning team.

Read the match report...

Saturday 15th March    
Hockey v Dollar Academy

S1: Dollar 'B' 5 - 0 Madras
S2: Dollar 'B' 2 - 0 Madras
1st XI: Dollar 2nd XI 2 - 0 Madras
This was our last game of the season.

We have really enjoyed working with the girls in all our teams this year.

Mrs Methven and Miss Smith

Saturday 8th March    
Hockey v Morrison's Academy

S1: Madras 0 - 5 Morrison's
S2: Madras 1 - 2 Morrison's
S3: Madras 0 - 3 Morrison's
1st XI: Madras 3 - 4 Morrison's

February 2014 Results
Monday 24th February    

Netball - Scottish Cup

S1: Madras 8 - 3 Cults Academy
Seniors: Madras 31 - 23 St Andrews Academy

Two of Madras' netball teams advanced further in the Scottish cup. The first teams to play were the first years who after a tough game won 8-3 against the Cults and advance further into the competition in the bronze division.

The Madras senior team played afterwards against St Andrews Academy after a vicious game the seniors took victory with a score of 31-23 and are now into the quarter finals of the gold division.

Saturday 22nd February    
Hockey v Robert Gordon's College

S1: Madras 0 - 0 Robert Gordon's
S2: Madras 1 - 1 Robert Gordon's
S3: Madras 0 - 9 Robert Gordon's
1st XI: Madras 0 - 2 Robert Gordon's

Thursday 20th February    

Fife Cycle Speedway: Madras v Glenwood, Balwearie, Viewforth and Queen Anne

Madras Cycle Speedway edge closer to Fife Championship

In the penultimate tournament in the 5 team Fife Championship, Madras took a confident step forward to winning the overall Cup by winning the home leg by 2 points.

It was an exciting evening’s racing with all schools winning at least one of the sixteen races. No rider won all four races and there were some very close contests. The Madras Quartet of Cameron Semple, Jon Law, Jack Bremner and Vasilii Hill provided some thrills (and spills!) with two of them hitting the deck in dramatic fashion.

Read the Match Report of Madras's victory

Wednesday 19th February    
Assorted Cup Football Results (U15)

19th February: Round 5 U15 Scottish Shield: Madras 0 - 3 Strathaven Academy
5th February: Round 4 U15 Scottish Shield: Madras 6 - 3 Aberdeen Grammar (aet)
December: Round 3 U15 Scottish Shield: Glenrothes 1 - 3 Madras
November: Round 2 U15 Scottish Shield: St John's (Perth) 1 - 5 Madras

December: Fife Cup Round 2: Madras 4 - 1 Buckhaven
November: Fife Cup Round 1: Madras 3 - 1 Glenrothes

Saturday 8th February    
Hockey v Dunfermline HS

S1: Dunfermline 1 - 1 Madras
1st XI: Dunfermline 0 - 3 Madras

We have 3 scheduled fixtures left, all tough, Robert Gordons College next week, followed by Morrison's Academy and the final matches versus Dollar 'B' teams.
Monday 3rd February   Wednesday 5th February
Netball v Buckhaven HS

Seniors A: Buckhaven 5 - 22 Madras
Seniors B: Buckhaven 8 - 15 Madras

Netball v Auchmuty HS

Seniors A: Madras 30 - 3 Auchmuty
Seniors B: Madras 8 - 6 Auchmuty
Saturday 1st February    
Hockey v Mary Erskine's School

S1: Madras 0 - 5 Mary Erskine's
S2: Madras 0 - 6 Mary Erskine's
S3: Madras 0 - 5 Mary Erskine's
1st XI: Madras 1 - 4 Mary Erskine's