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Sedbergh Prep School collect the cup in Biathlon against Mowden Hall

The sporting life of Sedbergh Prep School got off to a flying start this term with a whole school fixture against Mowden Hall School.

On an unusually warm and sunny day for Sedbergh, over 240 pupils from Year 3 to 8 took part in a great afternoon of sport. Each competitor started their competition in the pool and although there were some excellent swimmers from both schools it was a challenge for everyone. Competitors then had to dig deep for the running section which took place around the school grounds which, thankfully, is fairly flat! This was a great opportunity for Sedbergh Prep runners to show their strength and this is where they truly came to the fore; they ran well and there were many individual medal winners.  Sedbergh won the overall team trophy and there was much to celebrate both in terms of excellence in performance from some, but also the demonstration throughout the entire team of the Sedbergh pride and determination that we value so highly.

Julia Rollings, Head of Girls Sport at Sedbergh Prep, said; ‘The amazing support from our parents undoubtedly helped our young athletes on their way. Thank you to all staff and parents who made this event such a success and to all our enthusiastic competitors. Special congratulations should go to the pupils who were individual medallists’.

U9 Boys:          1st Charlie Hodgson, 2nd Leo Kelsall and 3rd Toby Follett
U9 Girls:          1st Daniela Brighetti and 2nd Daisy Fielding
U10 Boys:        1st Dawson Spence and 2nd Jamie Parry
U10 Girls:        2nd Elsie Barker and 3rd Harriette Smith
U11 Boys:        1st Jack Barker and 3rd George Dodgson
U11 Girls:        2nd Scarlett Harrison
U12 Boys:        1st Tom Newman and 2nd Seb Smith
U12 Girls:        1st Hannah Follett, 2nd Millie Gunning and 3rd Polina Whitehead
U13 Boys:        1st Ben Redshaw, 2nd Sam Gunning and 3rd Luke Atkinson
U13 Girls:        1st Pippa Darlington and 3rd Freya Cope
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