Home hot-shots snap up honours

Date:3rd February 2011.'Special naming ceremony at Neville Hill Traincare Depot, Osmonthorpe Road, Leeds, which four of the depot's shunt locomotives will be named after former Neville Hill employees. Pictured Tim Shoveller , Managering Director of East Midlands Trains, speaking to guest and staff during the service.
Date:3rd February 2011.'Special naming ceremony at Neville Hill Traincare Depot, Osmonthorpe Road, Leeds, which four of the depot's shunt locomotives will be named after former Neville Hill employees. Pictured Tim Shoveller , Managering Director of East Midlands Trains, speaking to guest and staff during the service.

HOME players dominated proceedings at the English Schools Table Tennis Association district qualifier at Graham School.

In the eight categories, five Scarborough-based players won top spot and one Ryedale ace, James Rule, scooped the under-13s boys title.

Bradley Hodgson (East Ayton) and Aimee Swift (Gladstone Road) won the boys and girls under-11s titles respectively, with Graham School duo Macauley Youngson and Jenny Wood winning the under-16s crowns.

Scarborough Sixth Form College student Alex Lee’s under-18s girls triumph completed the home winners list, and all the champions will now go on to compete in the regional finals.

Roll of honour

U-11 Boys – Bradley Hodgson (East Ayton)

U-11 Girls – Aimee Swift (Gladstone Road)

U-13 Boys – James Rule (Ryedale)

U-13 Girls – Sarah Huggins (Selby)

U-16 Boys – Macauley Youngson (Graham)

U-16 Girls – Jenny Wood (Graham)

U-19 Boys – Nathan Taylor (Selby)

U-19 Girls – Alex Lee (Sixth Form College)