Pupils play their part at the Primary Cup North

Pupils from across the David Ross Education Trust ‘s northern primaries took part in a sports competition at Havelock Academy.

Six of the Trust’s primary academies from Scarborough to Grimsby all competed in football and netball matches for a chance to bring home the Primary Cup North.

During the opening ceremony pupils were entertained by the record-breaking skills of football freestyler, Dan Magness, who even balanced a bike on his head during his performance.

Shane Ward, Sports Enrichment Manager, said: “Events like this help children feel a sense of pride for their academy. Whilst allowing them to get involved in competitive sport, and experience the fantastic facilities here at Havelock”

Endike Academy claimed the winning trophy and were named victorious. In close second place were Wold Academy whose football team scored 25 goals without conceding a single one.

Shane Ward added: “Each pupil went home with a medal for taking part and were given a new sports kit so everyone went home very happy. Congratulations to Endike but all the academies who were involved should feel very proud of their achievements.”