This weekend (19 & 20 March), 51 athletes competed across two days of exciting competition at K2 Crawley.

On Saturday the BC1, BC2, BC3 and BC4 athletes battled it out in 54 fantastic matches to determine the medalists in each classification. There were lots of familiar faces that it was brilliant to see back on court, as well as some players who were competing at a Boccia England competition for the very first time. Well done to everyone involved!




The medalists were:


Gold: Alex Dukes

Silver: Andrew Morgan

Bronze:  Zoe Barnes


Gold: Sam Hindley

Silver: Leigh Rybak-Rajewski

Bronze:  Owen Porter


Gold: Rafael Young

Silver: Matt Berry

Bronze:  Liam Beresford


We were very pleased to be joined by Paralympics GB BC4 boccia athlete, Louis Saunders, who emerged victorious from all his BC4 round robin matches to take the gold. A special well done to everyone who scored points against Louis!

Gold: Louis Saunders

Silver: Sophie Newnham

Bronze:  Penny Froude


On Sunday our BC5, BC6, BC7 and BC8 athletes took to the courts! They competed in a set of closely contested pool matches, semi-finals, bronze medal play-offs, and finals – some of which concluded in nail-biting tie-breaks!

Again, it was fantastic to see so many people back after two years, and to welcome those who were at their first ever boccia competition.


The medalists were:


Gold: Derek Sked

Silver: Archie Eaton

Bronze:  Layla Parsons


Gold: Oliver Hastings

Silver: Louise Lavelle

Bronze: Andy Batten


Gold: Alex Green

Silver: Ben Holbrook


Gold: Luke Jones

Silver: Shonie Fitch

Bronze: Kate Seal

For the full results check out the competition results page.

To watch the live-streamed matches from the day, head to our Facebook page.

Thank you to all the volunteer officials, time-keepers, event assistants and classifiers who gave their time to make this competition weekend possible. 


We are only able to hold events like this because of generous funding from organisations and individuals who are passionate about providing inclusive sporting opportunities for disabled people. If you would like to donate to support our work, we would be very grateful.