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Pangbourne College appoints top industry talent to improve pupil performance in sport





Pangbourne College has welcomed Max Clementson, openside flanker for Chinnor Rugby Club, as its director of rugby from September.

Mr Clementson has played for England 7s at the World Rugby Sevens Series in 2022 and competed for Team England at the Commonwealth Games.

Max Clemenston
Max Clemenston

“I want to bring Pangbourne College back to a competitive rugby school at the top of its game,” he said.

“I'm confident we will achieve some fantastic results moving forward.”

Director of sport Sam Hewick added: “We are thrilled to have Max. His wealth of experience playing top level rugby will be a huge asset to Pangbourne students.”

Louise Tremlett
Louise Tremlett

Pangbourne College has also appointed Louise Tremlett as director of hockey, who will combine this with her role as assistant director of sport.

Before joining Pangbourne, she coached U14s teams to national finals and led U18 teams to regional indoor championships.

She is currently part of the England Hockey Coaching Development Team, delivering sessions to U14 and U16 players.

She said: “Girls’ hockey at Pangbourne has gone from strength-to-strength and I want to continue on that trajectory.”

Mr Hewick added: “Max and Louise’s appointments will help our students to continue fostering a lifelong love of physical activity.”



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