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Pocklington School, having also beaten St Anselm’s 17-14, lost 14-5 to RGS Newcastle in the Plate final.
The Bowl competition was won by Birkdale School after their 24-0 win over Red House, while Merchiston Castle carried off the Shield having beaten Terra Nova 43-5.
The Cup competition featured Barnard Castle, Cundall Manor, Merchiston Castle, Durham School, St Anselm’s, St Olave’s, Sedbergh and Terrington Hall.
Sedbergh went through to the final having beaten a slick St Olave’s side 24-12 and Cundall Manor 19-0, while Terrington saw off Durham School 24-19 and Barnard Castle 45-5.
IN a thrilling final contest, host school Terrington Hall this year narrowly missed out on victory in the Cup competition of its 17th annual U13 rugby sevens tournament.
Reaching the final for the first time in 12 years, the hosts fell at the final hurdle where they were toppled 35-10 by Sedbergh, whose sheer size and physical strength of individual players proved too much for Terrington Hall.
Samson Fox died in 1903, while campaigning as a prospective parliamentary candidate for Walsall.
Ships such as the SS Pretoria were able in 1879 to transport British troops to the Anglo-Zulu War in an unprecedented 24 and a half days.
Terrington Hall headmaster Stephen Mulryne said: ‘I should like to commend the schools and players for a magnificent afternoon of rugby fiercely played out in high competitive spirit.
“My congratulations to the winners and my thanks to the boys for a superb display of sevens skills.” Competing schools: Aysgarth, Barnard Castle, Birkdale, Cundall Manor, Durham, Giggleswick, Malton, Merchiston Castle, Mount St Mary’s, Mowden Hall, RGS Newcastle, Newcastle School for Boys, Pocklington, Ranby House, Read, Red House, Ryedale School, St Anselm’s, St Martin’s Ampleforth, St Mary’s Stonyhurst, St Olave’s, Scarborough College, Sedbergh, Terra Nova, Terrington Hall ‘A’, Terrington Hall ‘B’ and Yarm.
The Prince of Wales laid the foundation stone of the college in 1890 with a ceremonial trowel made from the metal of the corrugated boiler flues of the troopship Pretoria.
Fox himself served as Mayor of Harrogate for three successive years (1890 - 1892).
In 1853 his first work, "History of the towns of Aldborough and Boroughbridge", was published.