Rillington and Malton hot-shots grab glory

Joint-winners of the girls tournament were, above, right, Malton CP School, back, from left, Erin Foxton, Olivia Thackery, Kristen Brady, Isabel Richardson, Front, from left, Kayla Cleworth, Amie Chuck, and right, Rillington, Back row Left to right- Tierney Walsh, Emily Johnson, Hollie Bulmer, Ellie Allan, front, from left, Marisha Christie, Alex Marshall and Hannah Atkinson    Submitted
Joint-winners of the girls tournament were, above, right, Malton CP School, back, from left, Erin Foxton, Olivia Thackery, Kristen Brady, Isabel Richardson, Front, from left, Kayla Cleworth, Amie Chuck, and right, Rillington, Back row Left to right- Tierney Walsh, Emily Johnson, Hollie Bulmer, Ellie Allan, front, from left, Marisha Christie, Alex Marshall and Hannah Atkinson Submitted
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The Norton & Malton Cluster football tournaments for Key Stage 2 girls and Key Stage 2 boys were played on a bright, but showery, evening at Malton School’s Sports Centre.

Girls teams were in contention for the “Amotherby” shield and the Boys teams for a new trophy, the “Thackray” shield, which was kindly donated by the sporty Thackray family.

The competitors line up before the tournament

The competitors line up before the tournament

Teams from Malton CP, Rillington, Norton CP, St Mary’s, Welburn and Amotherby took part and matches were refereed and organised by Sports Leaders from Malton school and Norton College.

Parents and teachers cheered enthusiastically from the sidelines and a fantastic evening was had by all involved.

The results were close with Rillington and Malton tieing for first place in the girls tournament and sharing the shield.

In the Boys competition Malton CP were unbeaten and took the Thackray shield.

Malton CP School, who won the boys tournament, are, back, from left, Jayden Drinkall, Aziz Kir, Callum Hurlingshaw, Dylan Jackson, Von Sumsard, Taylor Watson and at the front, Lewis Pople.

Malton CP School, who won the boys tournament, are, back, from left, Jayden Drinkall, Aziz Kir, Callum Hurlingshaw, Dylan Jackson, Von Sumsard, Taylor Watson and at the front, Lewis Pople.

The winning teams now go forward to the next round, the Sports Partnership finals, which will be played on Thursday October 25 at Eskdale School in Whitby.