THE Graham/Raincliffe Federation tasted success in the Senior Town Sports Day, held at Scalby School’s playing fields.
Organiser Rich Davies admitted there had been less competitors than usual due to bustling exam timetables, but praised the support and effort of everyone involved.
The Federation’s overall success was down to the efforts of their boys team, who cruised to victory, taking 97 points ahead of second placed Filey on 84.
Their girls didn’t have as much success, having to settle for second spot behind Filey’s girls, who took 89 points, but their 81 points ensured an overall win by five points, collecting a final tally of 178 points, with Filey in second on 173.
Hosts Scalby finished third overall with 97 points, their girls collecting the bulk of their points, finishing third with 58, while the boys came fourth with 39.
George Pindar Community Sports College came fourth despite their boys team taking third spot with 54 points, their girls team could only muster 27, giving them a total of 81 points.
St Augustine’s had to settle for last place, their girls faring better than the boys, taking 54 out of their total of 76 points.