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Eton Fives

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Eton Wall Game

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Eton Fives Kinnaird 2014 highlights

Selected Clips from the 2014 Kinnaird Cup final from the 'Overhead Camera' viewpoint. Thanks to Eton College for hosting the event.

Eton Fives at Westway

Eton Fives at the Westway Sports Centre, an introduction broadcast on National Television

Eton Field Game

Eton Fives Kinnaird Cup

Kinnaird Cup quarter-final. John Reynolds & Doug Foster vs Ed Taylor and T Walters. 11 time former champion John Reynolds proves he's still got it!

The Field Game - as played in 2012

Saturday 3rd March 2012 sees a historic win for CHB Starlings' scratch over the 7th Field. Epic stuff as Boris' old men, keen as mustard, line up against the young whipper snappers of B & C blocks. Despite calls of sneeking that man and cornering that man from the opposition the old guard showed the youngsters how the game should be played (including the now legendary 'bully rush' to seal victory by a converted rouge...

Eton Fives: Ladies Under 25 Final 2011

Ladies Under 25 Final 2011 at Eton: Karen Hird & Emily Scoones vs Ashley Lumbard & Annabel Griffiths


So I was sitting bored and well made up this new game :p

Eton rowing Course 2010

The Eton Rowing Course is for kids from all over the country and beyond to enable them to develop their rowing skills. At the end of the course they put on an impressive display of boat control, balance and discipline.

Eton Fives Kinnaird Cup Final 2010

Matthew Wiseman and James Toop vs. Tom Dunbar and Peter Dunbar.

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Field game Final at Eton College - 2010 - AW score the winning goal against NJR

Fives Scholars and Rogues Tournament 2016

The 10th annual Scholars & Rogues tournament at Berkhamsted School. A fun social tournament where pupils pair up with staff.

1-Wall Handball - Schools Programme

The launch of 1-Wall Handball in London, a sport requiring no specialist equipment and that can be played almost anywhere - perfect for inner-city schools. Also known as 1-Wall Fives,, play at the Westway!

Radley v Eton

Highlights of Radley's 22-10 victory over Eton, a game in which Eton's driving maul gave them a huge possession and territorial advantage but which Radley still managed to battle through to win.

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Graham Pulsford & Chris Davies of North Oxford vs Peter Scholey & Nick Bunyan of the Old Edwardians in a League Division 2 first pair match played at Summer Fields School in Oxford 17/01/10

World Rackets Championship

Rackets is the ancient forerunner of squash and began in the 18th century Debtors’ Prisons like the King’s Bench and the Fleet. Gentlemen debtors in search of amusement, exercise and the chance to gamble on a game of skill began knocking a small hard ball around the walls of the outdoor courtyards where they spent part of their day. This fast and furious game soon caught on in the public schools and fashionable ale-houses would often erect an outdoor court to attract more customers (and encourage them to work up a thirst.)

Nowadays there are around 30 rackets courts in Britain, several of them in the public schools which mostly run evening clubs, so the game is now played by people from a variety of backgrounds, many with a grounding in squash, tennis or cricket, because to play it to a high standard demands fast reflexes, anticipation and speed of foot.

Rackets is played on high, black-walled indoor courts using chunky wooden rackets like longer and more powerful squash rackets and the scoring system and rules are very similar to squash. The small, hard, white ball cracks round the walls at speeds of up to 180 mph and the game is believed to be the world’s fastest rackets sport, just holding the edge over Pelota.

This World challenge was between the holder, US-based British professional Neil Smith, and former world champion James Male. It was staged over 2 legs, one in New York and the 2nd round in London.

In the end it was victory for the double-handed Male, an outstanding all-rounder who is also a top Real Tennis player, gives him the chance of an extraordinary double; becoming the first man this century to hold the world Real Tennis and rackets championships simultaneously.

Filmed in 2001 at St Pauls School, London.

Cut return

How to return the cut in Eton fives by John Reynolds and demonstrated by Seb Cooley. Clips from national championships for the Kinnaird Cup feature Seb Cooley, Tom Dunbar, Pete Dunbar, James Toop, Matt Wiseman, George Campbell and Doug Foster.

SLTV: Wildcats welcome Eton College

Wakefield Wildcats coach Richard Agar puts Eton College's first XV through their paces. Nick O'Flanagan, who starts his role as a PE Teacher at Eton next week, spent the back end of last season on trial with the Wildcats.

Scholars and Rogues Eton Fives Tournament 2015

Eton Fives tournament at Berkhamsted School where a pupil and staff member pair up together.

Video created by James Morrison.