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Football: Ryedale School off to a flier
2:46pm Wednesday 26th September 2012 in Junior Sport
Morgan Fraser won the ball, beat three men and slotted home the opener within a minute, and this fantastic start set Ryedale on their way.
A fluent passing style and strong defence prevented Malton from getting into the game. Jordan Thackeray (2), Kieran Bowes, Matt Butler, Charlie Williams, Nathan Kitching and Fraser, who topped off a fantastic performance with his second, completed the rout.
Jeremy Underwood scored four times as Ryedale’s improving Year 11s beat Malton 6-2.
Ryedale, looking stronger and faster, went close several times before Underwood took centre stage. Jack Hall and Oliver Marshall also netted, while Jake Woodward and Jed Taylor-Brown covered each other well at the back. Ryedale face Graham School in the next round.
Pickering ’s Lady Lumley’s School have had success on the netball court.
They came out on top in the Ryedale & Whitby Partnership Year 11 tournament on goal-difference and the sixth-form girls reached the county round of their competition after winning their area tourney.
The Year 11 round-robin tournament was held at Lady Lumley’s and the hosts’ ‘A’ team came out on top by virtue of a four-goal better goal-difference than joint-table-toppers Ryedale School.
Ryedale had beaten both Whitby College teams and their own ‘B’ team but lost to Lady Lumley’s ‘A’, who in turn were beaten once as well. Celeste Craggs, at goal attack, was Ryedale’s star performer Lumley’s Year 12 and 13 ‘A’ team beat Malton School, Scarborough Sixth Form College, and Whitby Community to reach the county round, which will be played in November at Ashville College, Harrogate.
Ryedale School’s Year 11 hockey team edged Fyling Hall 1-0 in the first round of the Scarborough & District Cup.
In a tight game where both defences were strong, particularly Ryedale’s Anna Moore and Chloe Garbutt, chances were few and far between, but Leah Preston capitalised on a rare mistake in the Hall defence to tuck home the winner.
Bridie Smith was the player of the match and Charlotte Woodfine led Ryedale well from midfield in a strong team performance.
Terrington Hall School ’s under-13 rugby union team enjoyed their second tournament win of the season when they won the inaugural Parling Cup competition at Durham School.
The team powered through their group against Cundall Manor (10-5), Ponteland RFC (33-0), St Martin’s Ampleforth (14-0), Mowden Hall (12-0), Durham City RFC (33-0) and Durham School (12-12), to face Durham School in the final.
An evenly matched final saw the lead change hands several times before a last-gasp try from Sakeasi Kaitoga brought a 17-14 win for Terrington.