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School sport round-up
2:25pm Wednesday 6th June 2012 in Junior Sport
Ryedale School’s ‘A’ team scored success in the Ryedale & Whitby Partnership Year 8 rounders tournament at Eskdale School Ryedale won all seven of their matches, with Alice Hall exceptional throughout.
Ryedale’s ‘B’ team won three of their games in the round-robin tourney to finish fourth of eight teams.
Ryedale School’s Year 9s team were runners-up in their competition.
Terrington Hall School’s U11s team kicked off their season with two tournament wins.
Having retained the U11s trophy at Queen Margaret’s junior tournament, they secured a resounding victory at Cundall’s U11 tournament where they beat Highfield B 12½-7, Polam Hall 6-3, Queen Mary’s 11½-10, Gateway 22-5 and, in the final, Bramcote 11-7½.
Ryedale School enjoyed a good day when hosting Malton School in all year groups for cricket fixtures.
Ryedale’s Year 7s won by nine wickets with Jack Peace scoring 14 not out and Sam Newman taking 2-4, while their Year 8s won by 96 runs, Billy Garritty taking 3-1 and Ben Magson scoring a quick-fire 24 not out.
In the Year 9 game, Ryedale reached 77-5 with Kieran Bowes (28) and Gareth Skelton (25) retiring. In reply, tight bowling from the Ryedale attack, particularly James Redhead (2-2), restricted Malton to 74-8 from their 20 overs.
In the Year 10 game, S Harland (17) and J Raines (21) batted well for Malton, before Ross Leckenby (4-13) and Jack Hall (3-14) ripped through the rest of the line-up. Chasing 60, Ryedale batted conservatively. Jack Hall carried his bat for 33, the winning runs coming in the 16th over.
Five records were smashed at Terrington Hall School’s annual athletics sports day.
Year 7 pupil Saki Kaitoga ran the under-12 100 metres in 13 seconds and Abi Watkinson, also of Year 7, leapt 1.22 metres in the U11 high jump. Year 4 pupils Christabel Storey in the U9 shot (8.22m) and Georgina Webb in the U9 javelin (10.06m), and Year 3 pupil Nat Esler in the U9 shot (10.67m) also set new bests.