Sedbergh had earlier beaten Keswick to claim the right to represent Cumbria. The boys then went on to claim the Northern Schools title beating schools from Lancashire, Cheshire, Durham and Yorkshire.
Last week, Sedbergh celebrated A Level excellence, this week it is the turn of GCSE candidates to enjoy the limelight.
James Griffin (Hart) has just returned from playing in his most prestigious event to date competing on the hallowed lawns of Wimbledon over 3 days in the Road to Wimbledon International U14 Junior tournament.
A year of glittering success has come to an end with outstanding A level results at Sedbergh.
Sedbergh’s 1st VIII have won the Ashburton Shield, the national Schools’ championship in Target Rifle Shooting, for the first time since 1998 and the fifth time in the history of the competition.