Sixth Form Sport

Cross country

Molly Webster finished fourth in the Senior Girls´ race at the Area Cross Country Championships held at Giggleswick School in November. She will now go on to represent Harrogate and Craven at the County Cross Country Championships in January.

Girls´ Football

The Under 19s girls´ team reached the semi-finals of the County Cup this year, but were knocked out by St. John Fisher´s in a closely contested match.


The senior team has had to change drastically from last year as so many players have moved on. The girls are a committed bunch and many of them are helping out and training the Year 7 team, which is much appreciated.


The Year 11s and seniors have played in a number of matches and will have their tournament at Easter. We were victorious as seniors last year, in a superb undefeated season, so no pressure girls! But use Lydia Clissitt as your inspiration.

Athletics, Summer 2013

Josie Parry (hurdles) and Molly Webster (800m) were crowned Area Champions and will go through to the County Championships. Both girls went on to achieve the qualifying standard and were selected to represent North Yorkshire at the English Schools Track and Field Championships in Birmingham in July.

Individual achievements: Jonny Tattersall and Lydia Clissitt

Jonny Tattersall and Lydia Clissitt, both of whom left the Sixth Form last year, have continued to achieve successes at national level in cricket and hockey.

Jonathan represented the England U19s last year and captained the team on a tour of South Africa. Since then he has been selected to go on the England U19s tour of Dubai. He has signed a contract for this season with Yorkshire County Cricket Club and will be playing for Harrogate at weekends.

Lydia trained all last year with the England U18 squad and was selected to represent the country in the European U18 Championships, where she played in all the games and the team finished with a bronze medal. Since then, Lydia was one of two U18s selected to attend some of the senior England assessment and training sessions, which went really well. Lydia has been tole her progress over the next couple of years will be closely monitored. She has recently had trials for the England U21 squad.

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